Professor Michael Douek is an international expert in oncoplastic breast surgery offering the full range of expertise in breast surgery including second opinions. He is Professor of Surgical Oncology at King's College London and Honorary Consultant Surgeon at Guy's & St Thomas' Hospitals in London. He completed his undergraduate medical training at University of Dundee in Scotland and his doctoral thesis at University College London. He trained in surgery in London, Oxford and Cambridge.
Professor Douek has a specialist interest in the development and evaluation of novel techniques in surgical oncology and is himself a pioneer with regards to magnetic guidance surgery, intra-operative radiotherapy and implant reconstruction for breast cancer surgery. He is currently the Chief Investigator for several international clinical trials and maintains a very active and prominent role for research into breast cancer. He was awarded the prestigious Hunterian Professorship by the Royal College of Surgeons of England.
He is the Meetings Secretary of the British Association of Surgical Oncology (BASO), member of council of the British Breast Group (BBG) and of Breast Surgery International (BSI). He is also a surgical examiner for the European Board of Surgery examinations in breast surgery and in surgical oncology.
MD - University College London - 2000
MBChB - University of Dundee - 1992
EBSQ in Breast Surgery (Hon) – European Board of Surgery examination in Breast Surgery - 2012
FRCS (Gen. Surg.) - Intercollegiate Exam in General Surgery - 2003
FRCS(Eng.) - Royal College of Surgeons of England - 1996