Daniel Leff

Reader in Breast Surgery and Consultant Oncoplastic Breast Surgeon, Imperial College London

Daniel is currently a Reader in Breast Surgery working in the Departments of BioSurgery and Surgical Technology, the Hamlyn Centre for Robotic Surgery and the Cancer Research UK Centre at Imperial College London. He is also a Consultant in Oncoplastic Breast Surgery working within the Breast Unit at Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust. Daniel trained at several centres of excellence in breast cancer and reconstructive breast surgery including the Imperial Breast Unit, and the Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust. He holds a Master of Surgery Degree in Oncoplastic Breast Surgery, graduated with highest aggregate score of his peer group and won the “Issac Gukas Medal” for outstanding achievement. He was competitively selected for a National Training Fellowship (one of only nine such posts in the UK) and completed Advanced Oncoplastic Breast Surgery training at the St Andrews Centre for Plastic Surgery and Breast Unit in Chelmsford. He won the Ronald Raven Prize Travelling Fellowship to learn from International experts in Breast Cancer and Reconstructive Surgery at the MD Anderson Cancer Center, the forefront of cancer care in the USA, and more recently the Price Thomas Fellowship and highly prestigious James IV Travelling Association of Surgeons.