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Rozina Ali is a highly trained and experienced microvascular reconstructive surgeon with a specialist interest in Breast Reconstruction.

Rozina graduated from St Thomas’ Hospital Medical School, (University of London) in 1992 with first class BSc honours – her thesis included studies on osteoarcheology and she worked in the Natural History Museum for a year.

This experience led to further work on bones and unusually on leprosy which she found fascinating. This work inspired her to spend 4 months in a leper colony in South America contributing to a World Health Organisation study on the ocular effects of leprosy.

Her Postgraduate surgical training was undertaken in specialist units such as Great Ormond Street Hospital for Sick Children and St Andrews Centre for Plastic Surgery and Burns.

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Rozina has conducted research into innate skin defence mechanisms at the Centre for Cutaneous Research (St Barts & Royal London Hospitals) and was awarded her doctorate in 2007.

She has presented her data in the U.K. and the U.S. and was a scientific advisor to the BBC ‘QED’ documentary on antimicrobial peptides and in the BBC Open University ‘Blue Sky’ series.

In 2004 and 2006, Rozina won the prestigious ‘Stephen...

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