Jon Ghosh has been a Consultant Surgeon since 2011 and is an Honorary Senior Lecturer at the Universities of Manchester and Salford. Mr Ghosh provides a consultant led, team-based comprehensive service for the medical, endovascular and surgical management of all vascular diseases. He has active roles in medical education and research. Mr Ghosh acts as Undergraduate lead for Surgery at University Hospital of South Manchester.
He is lead for the North West Core Surgical Trainee Education Programme and an enthusiastic educator of open surgery, endovenous thermoablation, endovascular surgery and workstation skills. He is a tutor to 3rd and 5th year undergraduates, teaches professional development modules, and acts as clinical and acts as an educational supervisor for postgraduate trainees at all levels. He is course director for the regional RCS Basic Surgical Skills course and Emergency Surgery module lead for the Salford University MSc Surgical Science programme and lectures for Manchester University MSc programmes.
Mr Ghosh’s doctorate research thesis focused on novel strategies to prevent vascular graft failure and his MA in Healthcare Law and Ethics dissertation was entitled ‘A Comparison of Two Competing Paradigms of Autonomy’. He has produced over 40 journal publications, and has also authored book chapters, a book for junior doctors, and has presented research nationally and internationally. Mr Ghosh is a reviewer for several journals, has collaborated with the biotechnology industry and been the recipient of a number of education and research grants.
Away from work, Jon enjoys spending time with his family, travel and music. He enjoys sports and undertakes full- and half-marathon events and multi-terrain runs.