Mr Zaed Hamady qualified from Baghdad University Medical School
in 1996. After completing his general surgical training, including
obtaining a higher degree in the Yorkshire, he went on to gain
extensive experience in Liver, Pancreatic and transplantation
surgery at internationally recognised centres.
Zaed was Medical Research Council Fellow and awarded the
Hunterian Professorship from the Royal College of Surgeons of
England in 2011. He was appointed as a Consultant Hepatobiliary and
Pancreatic Surgeon at University Hospital Coventry and Warwick NHS
Trust in 2013 and moved to University Hospital Southampton NHS
Foundation Trust from Nov 2014 till present.
With particular interest in laparoscopic liver and pancreatic
surgery, Mr Hamady teaches on international laparoscopic courses.
He is pioneering multidisciplinary approach modality treatment for
Breast liver metastases.
Zaed has interest in teaching, he is a faculty member of the
CCrISP course for the RCS England, and teaches at the Southampton
Medical School. He has an active interest in research particularly
in Liver metastases from colorectal cancer and Breast cancer. He is
Principle investigators for national studies, and Chief
investigator for local studies.
Zaed holds membership of ASGBI; AUGIS; and GBIHPBA.