Alok TiwariMBBS, FRCSed, MD
Mr. Alok Tiwari qualified from Charing Cross and Westminster Medical School, London in 1996. He then undertook basic surgical training at Princess Alexandra Hospital in Essex. He undertook a Master of Surgery degree at the Royal Free Hospital in London. His thesis was the ‘Development of a hybrid cardiovascular graft using a tissue engineering approach’. He presented and published extensively from this.
Mr. Tiwari received specialist registrar training in London and Essex in both general and vascular surgery. During this time he undertook a one-year Vascular fellowship at the prestigious Westmead Vascular Unit in Sydney, Australia where he learned endovascular techniques to allow the treatment of patients using minimally invasive methods including angioplasty and Endovascular Aneurysm Repair (EVAR).
He worked as a locum consultant in the vascular unit at Norfolk and Norwich Hospital. Mr. Tiwari was appointed to University Hospital Birmingham (formerly Queen Elizabeth Hospital and Selly Oak Hospital) in Jan 2011. He was instrumental in the development of the fenestrated endovascular program and the diabetic foot service. He currently supervises a research fellow looking at the diabetic foot. He is also an Honorary Senior Clinical Lecturer at the University of Birmingham and the University of Aston involved in teaching and training medical students.