Ian Stockley graduated MB ChB from Sheffield University in 1979, undertook orthopaedic training in Sheffield, Manchester and Toronto Canada before being appointed as Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon with special responsibility for hip surgery at the Northern General Hospital in 1991.
Prof Stockley graduated from University of Sheffield in 1979 and following his basic medical training, he undertook specialist training in orthopaedics in Sheffield, Manchester and Toronto. He also undertook a research fellowship the Sir Harry Platt Research Fellow at the University of Manchester, for which he was awarded his doctorate thesis. Following that, he completed a one-year fellowship in adult reconstructive surgery at the Mount Sinai Hospital Toronto under Professor Allan Gross. Further fellowships have been undertaken in Holland, Austria and Germany.
Prof Stockley is particularly interested in hip surgery and in the management of bone loss and infection associated with failed hip and knee replacements. He has published extensively in the research field, with over 80 publications and he is a Trustee of the Cavendish Hip Foundation, Examiner for the Intercollegiate Speciality Board in Trauma and Orthopaedic Surgery, Regional Speciality Advisor for the Royal College of Surgeons, Regional Clinical Coordinator for the National Joint Register, Immediate Past President of the British Hip Society and Honorary Professor at Sheffield Hallam University.