Mark sits on several committees involved in national regulation, planning and healthcare protocols. More recently, his work has involved the response to the Coronavirus pandemic, working on national projects, such as Process C19 as a one of the expert clinical team. He represents BAPRAS and plastic surgery on the Intensive Care Society expert group for “Responding to Covid-19 and beyond”. Mark is the current secretary of the Cosmetic Practice Standards Authority and has acted as an advisor to the CQC on their inspection methodology for cosmetic practice.
With a keen interest in innovation; he is a fellow of the NHS Clinical Entrepreneur Programme and member of the British Association of Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgeons (BAPRAS) Innovation Specialist Interest Group. He has developed a medical education app which has been trialled at Oxford University.
As a keen clinical researcher he is co-lead on two national Plastic Surgery clinical trials. He has presented at several international conferences and has written multiple articles for international readership, including a book chapter and e-learning module for Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons (eLPRAS); more recently this has involved articles on Covid-19 preparedness in world leading journals
Mark attended Medical School at Imperial College London followed by early clinical years in the Oxford University ‘Deanery’ and is now completing his Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery specialist training in London. He was a clinical Surgical tutor for Queen’s College during his time in Oxford.