Mr Sam Yasen is a Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon, specialising in Knee, Hip and Sports surgery in Hampshire. He trained at King's College London, graduating with Triple Distinction in undergraduate medicine and a First-Class Honours for a BSc in physiology.
His surgical training was undertaken in the Wessex region, where he was awarded the Sir Walter Mercer Gold Medal in Trauma & Orthopaedics in 2014 and subsequently appointed as the BOA Young Ambassador. He was also awarded the McLeod Medal in Sports and Exercise Medicine in 2014 and is a current Member of the Faculty of Sports & Exercise Medicine.
He is fellowship trained in Trauma surgery and advanced Knee surgery. He holds degrees in Engineering (Masters - MSc - with distinction) from Cardiff University, and Teaching (Bristol University- PGCE - again with distinction).
Mr Yasen is a university appointed Teaching Fellow, and has a national appointment as a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy. He has a broad experience of teaching from undergraduate level to international lecturing and presentations.
He is also the Research lead for the Department of Trauma & Orthopaedics, Hampshire Hospitals NHS Trust; and Research Fellow at the University of Winchester. He is widely published on ligament surgery, minimally invasive surgery and osteotomy around the knee. Mr Yasen co-convenes courses in osteotomy and ligament surgery and co-hosts a surgical visitation program at his trust, which is an internationally recognised visitation centre.