Mr Sojitra graduated from Edinburgh University in 1994 with a Bachelor's Degree in anatomy and completed his medical degree in 1997. He is a fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh and has obtained rigorous training in Plastic, Reconstructive and Cosmetic surgery both in the United Kingdom and internationally.
In 2003 he was awarded a Master’s degree in surgical science by University College London for his scientific research into nerve regeneration. He has extensive training in Plastic surgery both in London and internationally and He is actively involved in training young surgeons. He has also been involved with the media through ITV and Channel 4 documentaries.
Mr Sojitra has undertaken a specialist fellowship in Breast Reconstruction and Microsurgery in world-renowned units in Belgium. His cosmetic surgery interest was further developed by undertaking a specialist Cosmetic Surgery Fellowship in London. Mr Sojitra has attended numerous courses given by international leading surgeons in areas including cosmetic breast surgery, Rhinoplasty, body contouring and face lifting.
At Highgate Hospital he undertakes all aspects of Cosmetic Surgery of the Breast, Male Chest Reduction, Nose and Labia.
At present, he is a Consultant Plastic Surgeon and Honorary Senior Lecturer at The Royal Free Hospital Hampstead NHS Trust and University College London Hospitals Trust where he actively trains future surgeons. His particular interests in his NHS practice are reconstructive surgery of the breast after cancer, correction of breast defects and breast asymmetry, and skin cancer.
Mr Sojitra has made numerous contributions to the plastic surgery literature and regularly presents his work at both national and international conferences over 11 years of experience as a plastic surgeon.
Cosmetic Surgery, Breast, Nose and Facial Surgery, Male Chest Reduction, Labia, Body Contouring after Weight Loss and Pregnancy, Breast Reconstruction after Cancer.
Other posts held
- Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust (Royal Free Hospital)