Professor Drew qualified at St Mary’s Hospital, part of Imperial College, London, in 1990. In addition to the basic MBBS degrees he holds two higher medical degrees with both a Master of Surgery and Doctor of Medicine with Honours. He has published several books and over 100 scientific articles with his main interests being in the molecular biology of breast cancer, reconstructive breast surgery, aesthetic breast surgery, transgender breast surgery and gynaecomastia. He is regularly invited to lecture on breast issues both nationally and internationally.
He is an examiner for the Royal College of Surgeons of England, Imperial College and several other Universities at home and abroad.
He is a Senior Course Director for the Royal College of Surgeons of England, co-director of the Advanced Management of Breast Disease Course of the RCS England and a member of council of both the Association of Breast Surgery and the Society of Academic and Research Surgeons.
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