Dr. Nadine Haram
A surgeon, professor, and clinical entrepreneur, Dr. Nadine Hachach-Haram, FRCS(Plast), was awarded the British Empire Medal in the 2018 Queen’s Birthday Honours. At Guy’s & St. Thomas’ Hospital in London, she is a consultant plastic surgeon and the clinical lead for innovation.
With fellowships in microsurgery and aesthetics, she finished her plastic surgery training during the London Rotation. Her research interests include non-surgical rejuvenation, liposuction, skin cancer surgery, and body contouring (including patients who have lost a lot of weight). Nadine is also actively involved in the training of plastic surgeons. She is a founding member of the MI-4 Microsurgery Simulation Program, the BAPRAS Innovation Committee, and the RSM Plastic Surgery Council. Additionally, Nadine is acknowledged worldwide as a thought leader in innovation and Her work, branded by CNN as “the future of surgery,” will be recognized in 2021 as one of the “50 Women Changing the World.” She has been invited to talk at TED and WEF, and her story was chosen as the Science Story of the Year by the Foreign Press Association.