We are delighted to announce that Professor Tom Quick will be joining our 2024 faculty.
Quick is a peripheral nerve surgeon and clinical academic recognised internationally for his expertise. He holds honorary posts in most London NHS hospitals and provides clinical expertise in nerve injury for the whole U.K. as well as Iceland. He has successfully treated and support rehabilitation of a wide range of professional sports men and women, internationals in rugby, cricket, football and horse racing. Professor Quick was educated at Manchester Grammar School.
In 1996 he was accepted at Magdalene College Cambridge where he graduated in Art History before moving on to University College London (UCL) Hospitals to complete his undergraduate medical training. After basic surgical training he completed his orthopaedic training in Bristol. Subsequently he undertook a fellowship at The Westmead Children’s Hospital in Sydney, Australia. Professor Quick then completed eighteen months of fellowship at the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital at Stanmore, where in April 2013, he was appointed as a Consultant peripheral nerve surgeon.
He provided consultancy at Headley Court the Defence Medical Rehab Centre, Surrey in the Nerve Injuries of War clinic for four years. Professor Quick’s Doctoral thesis on the ‘Assessment of re-innervated muscle function‘ was successfully defended in 2018 earning MD(res) at UCL. He is an Honorary Associate Professor in the Institute of Orthopaedics & Musculoskeletal Science and a founding member and clinical lead for peripheral nerve in the Centre for nerve engineering at UCL.
He collaborates scientifically with a wide range of academic teams in London and has published over 50 peer reviewed papers. He has produced national guidelines in nerve injury and is an ABC travelling fellow.