Caroline Hing is a trauma and specialist knee surgeon with an interest in patellar instability. She graduated from medical school at University College London having also completed a BSc(Hons) in Anatomy and Developmental Biology. She continued her training on the Percival Pott Rotation at the Royal London Hospital, the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital and the Norfolk and Norwich Hospital.
She currently works at St George’s Hospital and is an Honorary Reader at St George’s University. She holds grants enabling her to continue her research into trauma of the lower limb and patellar instability. She is a reviewer for orthopaedic journals and grant applications, editor in chief of The Knee and teaches on courses in basic science for FRCS(Orth) in London and Norwich.
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