I became a bachelor of medicine and surgery at Imperial College London in 2005. I also completed a BSc in Immunology also from Imperial College London in 2003. I did my higher surgical training in Wessex deanery focusing in general, laparoscopic and open colorectal surgery and became a fellow of the royal college of surgeons in 2016. I was a research fellow in Oxford Hospitals and I was awarded a Doctor of Medicine (MD) from Cardiff University in 2014 for my research in early detection of colorectal cancer.
I have published and presented widely in the field of Peritoneal Malignancy and Colorectal surgery. I was appointment as Consultant Surgeon in Peritoneal Malignancy Institute in Basingstoke Hospital in 2019 and my main interests are peritoneal malignancy and colorectal surgery. I am one of the partners in Basingstoke Colorectal Partners.