Ben Ollivere is Clinical Associate Professor of Trauma Surgery at the University of Nottingham and Honorary Consultant Orthopaedic Trauma Surgeon and Major Trauma Surgeon at the Queens Medical Centre, Nottingham.
He has a keen interest in training and education and is currently the Training Programme Director for Health Education East Midlands in Trauma and Orthopaedic Surgery. His clinical expertise lies in complex trauma and reconstruction, particularly in non-union, infection and limb reconstruction. His academic interests compliment his clinical interests.
He trained in Oxford as a medical student, and Cambridge for his higher surgical training and moved to Nottingham for fellowship then spending four years as a consultant prior to being appointed Clinical Associate Professor.
He has active grants and research interests in clinical and basic science studies. Ongoing randomised controlled trials funded by Innovate UK, the NiHR HTA and EME programmes as either PI or co-applicant. He takes an active part in the ARUK Sports Centre hosted at University of Nottingham.
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