We are very honoured to have Professor Paul Losty MD FRCSI FRCS(Eng) FRCS(Ed) FRCS(Paed) as a Medical Patron and member of our Medical Advisory Panel for our charity.
Paul Losty is a Professor of Paediatric Surgery at Alder Hey Children’s NHS Foundation Trust and the University of Liverpool. Professor Losty trained in General Surgery and Paediatric Surgery in Dublin – Ireland, Boston – USA and Liverpool – England. Over the last 20 years Professor Losty has successfully cared for many babies born with CDH. Working with a team of academic surgeons and scientists at the University of Liverpool, he has devoted a considerable part of his professional life to research new ways to better understand and treat the condition. Professor Losty established the 1st UK multidisciplinary follow up clinic for CDH and every month at the Liverpool Womens Hospital with NHS partners / fetal medicine specialists counsels and advises many families affected by CDH. Professor Losty is a frequent keynote speaker at many national and international meetings. He has authored over 100 peer review publications including original articles and textbook chapters relating to CDH. Professor Losty with a working party group of surgeons , obstetricians , fetal medicine specialists, nursing staff, CDH UK and parents co-led the development of the NHS FASP care pathway for CDH.