Mr. Nduka completed his clinical studies for the Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery at Oxford University and St. Mary’s Hospital where he graduated in 1994 with a Distinction in Surgery.
After completing his doctoral thesis, Charles undertook a distinguished period of surgical training in London teaching at hospitals including The Royal London & St. Bartholomew’s Hospital, Charing Cross and Hammersmith Hospitals.
On top of this, Mr. Nduka was awarded the Gold Medal for his performance in the plastic surgery FRCS examination. Charles has developed an international reputation in the fields of cosmetic surgery and surgical research. His private practice works to part-fund his research projects in which he investigates the best techniques to improve outcomes in plastic surgery of the face and breast. As Director of the Aesthetic Research Group LLP (based at The McIndoe Centre and Queen Victoria Hospital) he works to develop clinical and laboratory trials that progress and evaluate surgical technologies.
As well as being highly experienced, Charles has an impressive portfolio. He has published over 100 surgical research articles, book chapters and monographs. Mr. Nduka’s eye for precision is matched by his artistic flair; he has a keen interest in photography, architecture, sculpture and his vintage Citroën DS. When time allows (and when his sons are not being too noisy on the drums) he also plays his tenor saxophone.
He is a member of the British Association of Plastic, Reconstructive Aesthetic Surgeons and Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons England.