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We are delighted to announce that Tom Cosker has been awarded the title of Associate Professor in the Nuffield Department of Surgical Sciences (NDS).

Thomas Cosker

Associate Professor Tom Cosker is Director of Surgical Anatomy at NDS where he has responsibility for delivering anatomy training to clinical medical students and post-graduate junior surgeons preparing for the Membership of the Royal College of Surgeons (MRCS).

He is currently establishing a new international centre of excellence in surgical teaching, simulation, and training. The new Oxford Surgical Training Centre will provide “cradle-to-grave” learning at various levels for more experienced surgeons across the range of surgical specialties.

He has an active research programme with grant funding raised from the Nuffield Oxford Hospital Fund and the Bone Cancer Research Trust. He opened the first dedicated 3D printing lab in a new facility at the Nuffield Orthopaedic Centre and is creating the Oxford Library of Anatomy.

Read more about Associate Professor Cosker's work on his staff profile

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