John Radcliffe Hospital, Level 5, Headley Way, Headington, Oxford, OX3 9DU
Diseases of Modern Life podcast
Professor Ashok Handa was part of a recording on history and consent called 'Diseases in Dialogue: Surgical Consent'. Listen to the podcast.
MBBS FRCS MA
Professor of Vascular Surgery and Director of Teaching in Surgery
- Consultant Vascular Surgeon
- Training Programme Director (Vascular Surgery)
- Tutor for Graduates (St. Catherine's College)
As the Clinical Tutor in Surgery I am responsible for the strategic planning and delivery of the surgical courses for the University of Oxford.
As part of this role I chair the Surgical Teaching Committee and organise the 4th year assessments for the University as well as the Final BM assessments. I contribute to the teaching strategy of the Division of Medicine as member and past Chair of the General Tutors Group and as a member of the Clinical Education Committee and was appointed as Associate Director of Clinical Studies due to my contribution to the Oxford course development over the last 12 years.
I was instrumental in the successful introduction of OSCE’s as part of the 4th year assessments for the Medical school and the introduction of multi-professional training in the surgical curriculum. I have undertaken two reviews of the surgical curriculum and completed the Diploma Course in Learning and Teaching in Higher Education in the University of Oxford. I have put in place a formal system of faculty development for teachers, undertaken a review of our assessment strategy and been instrumental in the development of the 2nd BM examinations. I helped set up the Hugh Cairns Surgical careers society for medical students eleven years ago.
- Association of Surgeons of Great Britain and Ireland
- Vascular Society of Great Britain and Ireland
- British Transplantation Society
- Fellow of the Royal Society of Medicine
- Association for the Study of Medical Education
A Hand-Held Magnetic Acoustic Device With Integrated Real-Time Monitoring for Targeted Drug Delivery.
Shieh B. et al, (2022), IEEE Trans Ultrason Ferroelectr Freq Control, 69, 2462 - 2473
Thymosin β4 protects against aortic aneurysm via endocytic regulation of growth factor signaling.
Munshaw S. et al, (2021), J Clin Invest, 131
Development of a novel index to characterise arterial dynamics using ultrasound imaging.
Ward J. et al, (2021), PLoS One, 16
Development of a Novel Index to Characterise Arterial Dynamics Using Ultrasound Imaging
Ward J. et al, (2020)
Integrated Plasma and Tissue Proteomics Reveals Attractin Release by Intraluminal Thrombus of Abdominal Aortic Aneurysms and Improves Aneurysm Growth Prediction in Humans
LEE R. et al, (2020), Annals of Surgery