Log In

Ian Edward Willetts Edit Profile

Surgeon

Ian Edward Willetts, British surgeon. Achievements include research in novel immunosuppression in experimental intestinal transplantation. Named junior fellow, Lincoln College, Oxford University, since 1997. Fellow: Royal College Surgeons Edinburgh, Royal College Surgeons England (Osman Hill research fellow 1997, Hunterian professor 1997-1998); member: British Association Pediatric Surgeons (associate).

Background

Willetts, Ian Edward was born on August 26, 1964 in Sedgley, W. Midlands, England. Son of Alan Edward Willetts and Pearl Charles.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Anatomy with honors, Manchester University, England, 1985. Bachelor of Medicine ChB, Manchester University, England, 1988. Doctor of Medicine, Manchester University, England, 1999.

Career

House surgeon Manchester Royal Infirmary, 1988—1989. Lecturer anatomy University Manchester, 1989—1990. Senior house officer surgery Queens Medical Center, Nottingham, England, 1990—1993.

Senior house officer neonatology University Hospitals, Newcastle, England, 1993. Research fellow Nuffield Department Surgery Oxford (England) University, 1994—1997. Specialist registrar pediatric surgery Sheffield (England) Children's Hospital, 1997, Leeds (England) General Infirmary, since 1997.

Achievements

  • Achievements include research in novel immunosuppression in experimental intestinal transplantation.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor articles to professional journals.

Membership

Fellow: Royal College Surgeons Edinburgh, Royal College Surgeons England (Osman Hill research fellow 1997, Hunterian professor 1997-1998). Member: British Association Pediatric Surgeons (associate).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Medical history, music, ancient history, sailing, walking.

Connections

father:
Alan Edward Willetts

mother:
Pearl Charles