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- Lower GI surgery
Following my pre-clinical training, I was awarded a National Scholar and graduated from Cairo University in 1995. My early surgical Training followed by a 5 years Specialist-Registrar Training in Surgical-Oncology (Cancer-surgery) at the National Cancer Institute “UICC”, The international Directory of Cancer Institutes & Organizations. My higher surgical training included a two-year in clinical research evaluating surgical outcome following treating Colorectal Cancer completed in 1999. I was awarded my Master’s Degree. I then spent three years researching Neuroblastoma, an abdominal malignancy and was awarded my PhD. in Surgical-oncology.
Added to completion of a second Higher surgical training programme gaining further experience in Addenbrooke’s and Norfolk & Norwich University Hospitals, I enhanced my experience in the sub-special science of treating incontinence in Bristol Royal Infirmary and Middlesex University Hospital, London.
I was awarded the National traveling Fellowship of GBI spending my international fellowship in The Schubert-Martin Inflammatory Bowel Disease Centre, Cincinnati Medical Hospital, Ohio, USA exploring the art of treating IBD and Pouch surgery in adolescence and young-adults.
I have also joined the Colorectal Team at Christchurch Hospital, New Zealand as the prestigious International Fellow in recurrent rectal and advanced pelvic cancer working with internationally recognized Pioneers in this field.
The European Institute of Tele-Surgery, University of Louis Pasteur, Strasburg, France and Hamburg, Germany were other international centers where I completed my advanced Laparoscopic (Key Hole) Training
I have also completed my Royal College of Physician of GBI accreditation for independent diagnostic and therapeutic colonoscopy and was awarded the JAG Qualification.
Areas of interest
Rectal bleeding, haemorrhoids, anal pain, anal fissures, anal fistula, incontinence, rectal prolapse.
Diverticular disease, colon cancer, rectal cancer, diagnostic and therapeutic colonoscopy, inflammatory bowel disease, pouch surgery
Hernias, cholecystectomy, pilonidal sinus.
- Heather Russell
- Nuffield Health Ipswich Hospital Foxhall Road IPSWICH IP4 5SW
- 01473 279170
Anaesthetists worked with (Bupa members, please ask your consultant whether your anaesthetist is fee-assured)
Current NHS consultant posts held
Consultant Laparoscopic Colorectal & General surgeon
The Ipswich Hospital
My Doctoral thesis examined treatment techniques and possible contributing factors in treatment failure of intra-abdominal cancers. I provided a cornerstone protocol of treatment as an outcome of my research
I published on impact of Diabetes on Cancer's response to treatment following conducting a laboratory based research in Bristol University
My second Thesis on Colorectal Cancer treatment outcome was a pioneer research work delivering attention to quality of life after receiving treatment
I am interested in developing the care of Inflammatory Bowel Disease to the level I experiences in Cincinnati, Ohio, USA.
I am also interested in Gynecological Malignancy and work in close proximity with our Gynecology team treating advanced pelvic malignancies
I am very interested in developing the surgical teaching and have taken the role of modernizing the surgical teaching in Ipswich hospital.
International Fellowship, Pelvic Exenteration, Christchurch, New Zealand
National ACPGBI/Dukes' traveling fellowship 2014;Cincinnati Children's, Ohio, USA
Ethicon Funded Advanced Laparoscopic ,Germany, Hamburg
Pelican Cancer Bursaries Winner to Attend TME Master-class
SARS Prize for one of best Presentations: ASiT Oral Presentation
Editor and reviewer for 3 International Journals: BMJ, IJS, JCCR
Affiliated Medal prize; European Society of Surgical Oncology
Colo-Renal Fistula Complicating Percutaneous Cryoablation of Renal Tumours: Successful treatment with complete conservative management, A literature review. Morgan et al, JM 2012 6:365.
Hyperglycemia Confers Resistance to Chemotherapy on Cancer Cells: The role of Fatty Acid Synthase"; Journal: Endocrine Related Cancer IF: 5.827 /2009 ; Endocrine-Related Cancer 2010; 17 (2) 539 -551. 2010 May 18;17(2):539-51. doi:
Histological Examination of Circular Stapled ‘DOUGHNUTS’: Questionable Routine Practice? The Surgeon; 2008 April, Vol 04, No.2, 75 – 78
BJS, British Journal of Surgery 2008; 93(S1):35
Annals of Royal College of Surgeons; 2008, March, Vol 88, No2, 233-236
Does LAR and TME with ANP For Carcinoma of The Lower Rectum Guarantee Satisfactory Sexual Functions? EJSO, 2005, November, Vol 31. N.9, 1056-59
Sexual Life After LAR and ANP for Carcinoma of the Lower Rectum. A Middle East Single Institution Experience; The Surgeon, ; 2005, June, Vol 3.No.3, P16.18, S104-105.
IBS or Small Bowel Tumour, A Mysterious Diagnosis; EJSO; 2006; Nov. 32 (S1); N.417; S123 -124
Anastomotic Leakage in Patients Underwent LAR,TME & ANP; EJSO; 2007, Nov. 32 (9); P96; 1056
Diagnosing Irritable Bowel Syndrome Above Age of 45, Beware!! A Case Report; The Surgeon; 2005, June, Vol 3.No.3, CR2.9, S126-127.
131I-MIBG, A Novel Approach in Neuroblastoma Treatment; International Journal of Surgery IJS & ASiT Conference Book, Mar 2010, P14, A 4; EJSO; 2006; Nov.32 (S1); N.111; S34
Patients' Education Reduces Risks of Thromboprophylaxis Application Failure, International Journal of Surgery & ASiT Conference Book, Mar.2010, P44, A 113
Two Weeks referral System for Suspected Cancer Cases. A Quality Control Is Required ! ASiT Conference Book, Mar.2010, P.96, A.324
Patients Selection & Outcome of the DPU Unit; The way to improve surgical outcome
Surgical Treatment of Colorectal Cancer in the Elderly, Analysis of the impact on Survival in the various age groups; European Society of Coloproctology Meeting; Barcelona 24-26th Sep., 2014
Do Current JAG Colonoscopy Training Certification Criteria reflect reality? A Surgical Trainee's Experience"; presentation at the European Society of Coloproctology Meeting; Barcelona 24-26th Sep., 2014
Rigid Sigmoidoscopy in Colorectal outpatient clinics, A fruitless time-consuming diagnostic procedure"; presentation at the ESCP Meeting; Barcelona 24-26th Sep., 2014
- MBBCh. Cairo University 1995
- MSc. National Cancer Institute, International Directory of Cancer Institutes & Organizations 1999
- Ph.D. National Cancer Institute, International Directory of Cancer Institutes & Organizations 2009
- FRCS (General & Coloretal) Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh; UK 2013
- FRCS (UK) Intercollegiate Specialty Board & RCS Edinburgh 2013
- JAG Endoscopy Accreditation Royal College of Physicians 2013
- Inflammatory Bowel Disease International Fellowship Cincinnati Children's Medical Centre Colorectal & IBD Unit; OHIO, USA 2014
- Pelvic Exenteration, Advanced & Recurrent Pelvic Cancer International Fellowship Christchurch Hospital, Christchurch, New zealand 2014
Reference number 6027312
Professional bodies (positions held - last 3 yrs)
- Fellow Royal College of Surgeon of Edinburgh 2013
- Member Association of Coloproctology of GBI 2013
- Member European Society of Coloproctology 2013
- Member Joint Advisory Group on GI Endoscopy 2013
- Member Association of Surgeons of GBI 2014
Details of entry to specialist register
- Amir Iskander Sadek Morgan, 2013
Affiliations / memberships
Medical Protection Society "MPS"
British Medical Assossiation "BMA"
Joint Advisory Group on GI Endoscopy "JAG"
Fellow of Royal College of Surgeon of Edinburgh "FRCS Ed."
European Society of Coloproctology "ESCP"
Association of Coloproctology of GBI "ACPGBI"
Association of Surgeons of GBI "ASGBI"
General Medical Council "GMC"
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- 01473 279170
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- 01473 279170
Post treatment communication
Following treatment of a Bupa member, I will communicate with GPs in line with Department of Health, GMC and appropriate professional bodies guidelines.
In the event of an urgent query following treatment, Bupa members should use the following contact details
Tel: 01473 851322