Dr. Nadine Hachach-Haram, FRCS(Plast), BEM, the recipient of the British Empire Medal in the Queen’s Birthday Honours for 2018, is a surgeon, lecturer, clinical entrepreneur. She is a Consultant Plastic Surgeon and the Clinical Lead for Innovation at Guy’s & St Thomas’ Hospital, London. She completed her Plastic Surgery Training on the London Rotation with fellowships in Microsurgery and Aesthetics. Her areas of interest include breast surgery, body contouring surgery (including patients who have lost significant weight), liposuction, Skin cancer surgery, and non-surgical rejuvenation.
Nadine is also actively involved in Plastic Surgery training and sits on the RSM Plastic Surgery Council, BAPRAS Innovation Committee is a Founding Member of the MI-4 Microsurgery Simulation Programme. Nadine is also globally recognised as a thought leader in innovation and surgery, recognised in 2021 as one of the ‘50 Women Changing the World’ and her work, dubbed by CNN as ‘the future of surgery’, has received international acclaim with invitations to speak at TED, WEF and was selected by the Foreign Press Association as the Science Story of the Year.