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Continuing to push boundaries and maintain microsurgical excellence  

12th and 13th November 
Norwich Microsurgery Conference 2020

After an extremely successful conference we would like to wholeheartedly  thank all our delegates and faculty members for spending time with us and sharing their invaluable knowledge. We hope repeat the conference in the coming years and would appreciate your continued support.

The conference talks will be available to registered members when they have requested to be a member of this website. The talks will be available in the coming days. 



It is with great pleasure that we welcome you to the virtual Norwich Microsurgery Conference (NMC). The Norfolk and Norwich University Foundation Trust has a great history of producing excellent quality international conferences which included the Advances and Controversies in Reconstructive Microsurgery Conferences in 2014 and 2016. We have brought together a prestigious international faculty to discuss advances in this field. The challenges that the COVID-19 pandemic has created for our sub-specialty will be explored and discussion around how we ensure our specialty continues to advance will be presented. We will also hear the latest research in microsurgery from around the globe. We are extremely grateful to the faculty for taking the time to share their wealth of knowledge and experiences with us. We hope you enjoy the conference. 


The Norwich Microsurgery Committee


Consultant Plastic and Reconstruction Surgeon Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital 

Anais Rosich-Medina completed her early plastic surgical training in the East of England and East Grinstead. She then continued her training in the North West rotating through a number of hospital in and around Manchester. Anais secured a highly sought-after reconstructive microsurgical fellowship in Winnipeg, North America, before taking a consultant post and returning to Norwich. Anais sub-specialises in breast and pelvic reconstruction as well as having a general plastic surgical interest.

Ms Dhalia Masud 

Consultant Plastic and Reconstruction Surgeon Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital 

As a plastic and reconstructive surgeon and the  breast reconstruction Lead,  Ms Masud has always ensured a high quality, forward service at Norwich using evidence. After training in Imperial College London and completing the  London Plastic surgery rotation, followed by a number of fellowships Ms Masud has set up Microsurgical training programmes and looking to continue maintaining Microsurgical excellence using the conference as a tool  

Mr Sam Norton 

Consultant Plastic and Reconstruction Surgeon Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital 

Sam Norton is a Consultant Plastic Surgeon based at the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital and is currently the Service Director for the Plastic Surgery Department there. He commenced his Plastic Surgery training in London before moving to the East of England and has also spent time on Fellowships in Australia and India before taking on a consultant post in 2013. He has a broad Plastic Surgery practice but sub-specialises in Hand Surgery, both adult and paediatric, and trauma.

Ms Leila Touil

Training Interface Group (TIG) fellow for head and neck reconstruction Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital 

Leila undertook her higher specialty training in the North West Deanery Mersey sector. She is also a surgical tutor and is on the Advisory Board for Doctors Academy. Leila is keen to continue her career involving microsurgery and head and neck reconstruction as a specialty 

Mr Weiguang Ho

ST4 Plastic Surgery Trainee East of England Deanery, UK

Weiguang is a specialty trainee in Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital with an interest in reconstructive microsurgery. He is the current local teaching lead and has a keen interest in medical education and surgical innovation.

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Gemma Adlington

Head of Operations



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