Mr Neil Bulstrode has worked as a Consultant Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon at Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) since April 2006. He was made Lead Clinician for the department in January 2007 where his role involves ear reconstruction, craniofacial surgery, the treatment of giant congenital naevii (moles) and vascular anomalies.
Plastic surgery is my passion. It is important to appreciate and use the powerful techniques used in reconstructive surgery to improve the results of cosmetic procedures, and to use my cosmetic surgical skills to enhance the results of plastic and reconstructive surgery.
- Ear reconstruction
- Nasal reconstruction
- Craniofacial reconstruction
- Vascular anomalies
- Congenital melanocytic naevii
- Chest wall reconstruction
- Charing Cross and Westminster Medical School (MB BS)
- BSc Physiology (Charing Cross and Westminster Medical School)
- Trained in Plastic, Reconstructive and Cosmetic Surgery in London and Sydney
- Doctorate of Medicine (MD) Mount Vernon Hospital
- FRCS (Plast)
- GCM Specialist Register for Plastic Surgery
- European Association of Plastic Surgeons EURAPS UK Representative and Council Member
- British Association of Plastic Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgeons BAPRAS Full Member
- British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons BAAPS Full Member
- President Elect and Council Member for the Plastic Surgery Section of the Royal Society of Medicine
- Co-Founder and Secretary General of the International Society for Auricular Reconstruction ISA
- Stem cell research and tissue engineering of cultured cartilage grafts
- Treatment of congenital melanocytic naevii
News & Publications
Muthialu, N., Bulstrode, N,. Martin, J., 2015. Intrathoracic saline-filled prosthesis to treat postpneumonectomy syndrome. Asian Cardiovascular and Thoracic Annals. 23(1) pp. 78-81.
Ghanem, A. M., Mansour, A., Exton, R., Powell, J., Mashhadi, S., Bulstrode, N., Smith, G., 2015. Childhood extravasation injuries: Improved outcome following the introduction of hospital-wide guidelines. Journal of plastic, reconstructive & aesthetic surgery. 68(4).
Quong, W. L., Bulstrode, N, W. Thompson, D.N., 2014. The use of de-epithelialized skin flap in the surgical repair of terminal myelocystoceles. Child’s nervous system : ChNS : official journal of the International Society for Pediatric Neurosurgery. 31(3) pp 473-9.
Guasti, L., Silvennoinen, S., Bulstrode, N, W., Ferretti, P., Sankilampi, U., Dunkel, L., 2014. Elevated FGF21 leads to attenuated postnatal linear growth in preterm infants through gh resistance in chondrocytes. Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism 99(11) pp. 198-206.
Moses, M A., Green, B., Cugno, S., Hayward, R D., Jeelani, N U., Britto, J. A., Bulstrode, N.W., Dunaway, D. J., 2015. The management of midline frontonasal dermoids. A review of 55 cases at a tertiary referral centre and a protocol for treatment. Plastic and reconstructive surgery 135(1) pp. 187-96.
Muthialu, N., Mussa, S., Owens, C. M., Bulstrode, N, E., Martin, J., et., 2014. MuthOne-stage sequential bilateral thoracic expansion for asphyxiating thoracic dystrophy (Jeune syndrome). European journal of cardio-thoracic surgery : official journal of the European Association for Cardio-thoracic Surgery 46(4) pp. 643-7.
El-Muttardi, N., Jabir, S., Bulstrode, N., 2014. Frey’s syndrome following total ear reconstruction in hemifacial microsomia NLM. Journal of plastic, reconstructive & aesthetic surgery. 67(10) pp.256-7.
Cobb, A. R. M., Green, B., Gill, D., Aylifee, P., Lloyd, T. W., Bulstrode, N., Dunaway, D. J., 2014. The surgical management of Treacher Collins syndrome. British Journal of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery 52(7) pp. 581-589.
Lloyd, M.S.; Wallis, C.; Muthialu, N.; Elliott, M.; Bulstrode, N.W.. 2014. Treatment of postpneumonectomy syndrome with tissue expanders: The Great Ormond Street Hospital experience. Journal of Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgery 67(5) pp. 725-728.
Guasti, L., Vagaska, B., Bulstrode, N.W., Sefialian, A. M., Ferretti, P., et al., 2014. Chondrogenic differentiation of adipose tissue-derived stem cells within nanocaged POSS-PCU scaffolds: a new tool for nanomedicine. Nanomedicine : nanotechnology, biology, and medicine 10(2) pp. 279-89.
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