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About Mr Hamady


I qualified in Medicine with an MBChB in 1996. Following that I finished my basic and higher surgical training in Yorkshire. I started my clinical research training in Leeds University where I was awarded a Royal College of Surgeons Research Fellowship in 2005 and a Medical Research Council Training Fellowship in 2006 to carry out a research in genetic engineering of a human gut bacterium to produce a functional human protein for the treatment of gut disorders. The research period was productive and having published and presented widely. My research project was the runner up for the Times Higher Education (THE) award in 2007. I was awarded a PhD in 2009 and Hunterian Professorship from the RCS (Eng.) in 2011. My current research interest is to identify prognostic factors associated with major liver resection and find intervention to improve outcome after such a major surgery. ​

I have established a laparoscopic liver and pancreatic surgery practice, as well as laparoscopic hernia and gall bladder surgery. I routinely deal with complex major liver and pancreatic resections to treat cancers. I have particular interest in treating liver metastases from colon cancer and breast cancer. 

My current practice is based at Southampton University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, Southampton Spire and Wessex Nuffield Hospitals.

Areas of Expertise

Bicuspid aortic valve disease

Family history

of pancreatic cancer

Pancreatic cancer surgery

Liver Cancer surgery

Hernia repair

Gall bladder disease


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