Mr Simon Marsh is a highly accomplished consultant surgeon at 108 Harley Street Medical, a medical centre of excellence in London, comprised of specialists from various disciplines. He is an expert in breast cancer and benign breast problems, Gilmore's groin, hernias and local anaesthetic procedures.
In addition to his consultant role, Mr Marsh is the surgical director of Gilmore Groin and Hernia Clinic, a centre dedicated to the diagnosis and treatment of groin problems. His pioneering work in this field has been recognised across the industry, with the standard technique for repairing Gilmore's groin now known as the "Marsh Modification". Additionally, he is the chairman of the medical advisory medical advisory committee at 108 Harley Street.
He qualified from the University of Cambridge, where he was one of a small number of students to receive the William Harvey studentship in consecutive years, before achieving fellowship of the Royal College of Surgeons of England. Mr Marsh was later awarded an MD for his studies into the molecular biology of breast cancer.
Mr Marsh is passionate about research and education, he is regularly published in peer-reviewed journals and is an honorary lecturer at the University of Essex. He has also written numerous articles for the BBC.