Mr Sam Yasen trained at King's College London, graduating with Triple Distinction in undergraduate medicine and Honours in BSc in physiology in 2006. He had completed his surgical training in the Wessex region and was awarded the Sir Walter Mercer Gold Medal in Trauma & Orthopaedics in 2014, and The McLeod Medal in Sports and Exercise Medicine also in 2014.
He then completed his fellowship in Trauma surgery at John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford, and advanced Knee surgery with Professor Adrian Wilson.
Mr Yasen holds degrees in Engineering (Masters - MSc - with distinction) from Cardiff University, and Teaching (Bristol University- PGCE - again with distinction).
He is an honorary university appointed Teaching Fellow at the University of Southampton, and Research Fellow at the University of Winchester and has broad experience of teaching from undergraduate level to international lecturing and presentations. Mr Yasen was published on ligament surgery and osteotomy around the knee.