Mr Marc Bullock
Consultant Colorectal and General Surgeon
BM BCh, MA (oxon), PhD, FRCS
Practices at: BMI Bath Clinic
Mr Bullock gained his medical degree from the University of Oxford where he was awarded a Domus Scholarship, and numerous undergraduate prizes.
At University Hospital Southampton, he combined training in colorectal and general surgery with research in molecular oncology and is widely published on the clinical applications in colorectal cancer of novel molecules called microRNAs. For his work he was awarded an NIHR Academic Clinical Fellowship and Clinical Lectureship, an MRC Clinical Research Fellowship, a CRUK post-doctoral research bursary and numerous conference prizes.
Following the award of his PhD, Mr Bullock pursued post-doctoral research in at the world’s premiere cancer institute (the MD Anderson Cancer Centre in Houston) as the Fulbright/Royal College of Surgeons Fellow. On his return to the UK, he completed a Clinical Fellowship in Robotic and Exenteration Surgery at the Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust where he achieved accreditation in robotic surgery and trained alongside world renowned gynae-oncologists, urologists and colorectal surgeons.
Mr Bullock’s combined passions are in medical education and humanitarian surgery, having worked for MSF in DR-Congo as well as establishing an essential surgical skills course in collaboration with the charity Mercy Ships and the Association of Surgeons of Great Britain and Ireland. More recently, Mr Bullock has developed technical skills courses for surgeons who wish to introduce Robotic surgery into their clinical practice.
- Open, laparoscopic and robotic surgery
- Colorectal Cancer including diagnostics, staging, treatment, and surveillance
- 'Beyond TME’ surgery for locally advanced colon and rectal cancer
- Inflammatory bowel disease including Crohn’s and Ulcerative Colitis
- Elective and Emergency General Surgery including abdominal wall and groin hernias
- General Proctology including haemorrhoid treatment (banding, haemorrhoidal artery ligation and haemorrhoidectomy), and treatment of anal fissures, anal tags, fistulas and pilonidal sinus disease.
- Colonoscopy and flexible sigmoidoscopy for diagnostic purposes and for the treatment of colorectal polyps.
- Skin lesions and lumps and bumps including lipoma and sebaceous cysts
- General Medical Council
- British Medical Association
- Association of Coloproctology of Great Britain and Ireland (ACPGBI)
- Joint Advisory Group on GI endoscopy (JAG)
- The Medical Defence Union
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