Nicholas Thomas qualified from The London Hospital in 1988 and completed his general surgical training to obtain his Fellowship of the Royal College of Surgeons of England and also Glasgow.
Mr Thomas completed a spinal Fellowship at Ohio State University in the USA in 1994-1995. He has pursued his interest in this field vigorously since taking up his appointment as Consultant Neurosurgeon at King's College Hospital in 1998. He gained FRCS Neurosurgery in 1998.
He has also developed interests in pituitary surgery having spent time in Germany with Professor Fahlbusch and Professor Laws in the United States. His interests in skull base surgery and surgery of acoustic neuromas have led him to forge very close links with Professor Michael Gleeson at Guy's Hospital. Mr Thomas is now a Member of the Advisory Board of Neurofibromatosis in the UK.
He has recently retired as Lead Clinician of Neurosurgery at King's College Hospital. He also performs general spinecare services.
When time permits for leisure, he enjoys windsurfing.