Mr Peng Tan is a Consultant Oncoplastic Breast Surgeon at Whittington Hospital and The Breast Unit at The Wellington Hospital.
Mr Tan graduated in Medicine (MBBS/MSc) from Imperial College in 1995. He went on to complete his Basic Surgical Training Programmes in Cambridge and London, which lead to a MRCS Diploma. He then undertook a MRC (UK) Fellowship where he undertook research into genetic manipulation of immune and vascular cells. For this work he was awarded PhD and MD degrees by the University of London.
Following this, he became a Lecturer in Surgery at Oxford University and completed his Higher Surgical Training Programmes with the Oxford School of Surgery. Here he established his research programme on the development of a vaccine for breast cancer. He went on to complete further sub-speciality training in Oncoplastic Surgery at the Royal Marsden Foundation Trust and the Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust. He then undertook further General Surgery and Oncoplastic Breast Training, leading to his fellowship with the Royal College of Surgeons.
His work has been recognised by British Transplantation Society and the International Transplantation Society, receiving the Roy Calne Young Investigator’s Award and the New Key Opinion Leader of Tomorrow Award. He was also given the Syme Medal from The Royal of Surgeons and multiple travelling awards with the British Immunology Society and Pfizer’s Academy.
MBBS Imperial College London 1995
MSc Immunology Imperial College London 1998
PhD Pathology Imperial College London 2004
MD Medicine University of London 2006
Fellow (2012)/Member (1999) Royal College of Surgeons Edinburgh
Fellow Royal College of Surgeons 1998