Mr. Jallali is a Consultant Plastic, Reconstructive and Cosmetic Surgeon and is on the GMC specialist register. He became the Head of the department of Plastic Surgery at Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust in 2013.
Mr. Jallali is one of UK’s leading Plastic surgeons specialising in head and neck, skin and breast reconstruction. He has super-specialised in the field of microsurgery which enables him to carry out the most complex forms of reconstruction. He has one of the best free tissue transfer success rates in the United Kingdom (audited data) and is recognised nationally and internationally for his work at Charing Cross Hospital. Mr. Jallali also offers a contemporary Cosmetic Surgery practice in London, with expertise in breast augmentation, breast reduction, gynaecomastia, abdominoplasty, face lift and rhinoplasty. He has special expertise in dual plane breast augmentation, lipoabdominoplasty and fat grafting.
Mr. Jallali studied Medicine at Bristol University, qualifying with honours as a result of his outstanding academic achievements. He was awarded the University of Bristol Silver medal. He was also awarded the highly prestigious Suple prize in Surgery and the Suple prize in Medicine as the best student. He also won the coveted Mary Edith Evans Medal in Anatomy as an undergraduate.
Mr. Jallai is a leading surgical tutor in charge of the highly respected microsurgical training post at Charing Cross Hospital. He has trained a number of distinguished Surgeons who have become Consultants in the UK as well as Sweden, Greece and Holland. Mr. Jallali is a very keen and productive academic and has over 30 peer-reviewed publications including the prestigious British Medical Journal. He was awarded a Doctor of Medicine (MD) in 2008 for his pioneering research in tissue-engineering which was carried out in collaboration with the Massachusetts’s institute of technology, Harvard, USA.
Mr. Jallali’s expertise is called upon regularly. He has appeared on Channel 5’s Botched up bodies and was an advisor to the BBC’s Holby City programme. He has also served as an expert witness in GMC hearings and is a council member of the Royal Society of medicine.