Jowan Penn-Barwell has a pure trauma practice in the John Radcliffe Hospital in Oxford with an interest in Pelvic fractures and limb reconstruction.
He has a PhD and has published extensively in trauma system performance, amputation and open fracture infection. His current research focus is looking at the response of bone tissue to ballistic fractures, work he is doing at Porton Down.
He is a serving officer in the Royal Navy, and is currently appointed to the Commando Forward Surgical Group.
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