Miss Chloe Constantinou is a Consultant Oncoplastic Breast Surgeon with extensive experience in breast cancer screening and oncoplastic breast conservation surgery and breast reconstruction.
Miss Chloe Constantinou graduated from University of Ioannina, School of Medicine, Ioannina, Greece in 2003. She has won several undergraduate awards including the Award for the best scientific performance from the Histopathological department, Ioannina Medical University, for the year 2002.
She obtained higher general surgical training in Red Cross Hospital in one of the busiest and largest hospitals in Athens. She received further training in breast surgery and advanced oncoplastic breast surgery techniques at some of London's world’s famous Breast Units including Imperial College London and Royal Free Hospital. Prior to taking up a Consultant Oncoplastic Breast Surgeon post at Kingston NHS Foundation Hospital she undertook a prestigious Oncoplastic Fellowship in Breast Surgery at Royal Marsden Hospital, London.
Academically in 2018, she was awarded a PhD thesis for her research on Triple Negative Breast Cancer, at University of Ioannina, School of Medicine, Greece; a retroprospective project that investigated the correlation of immnunohistochemical markers with the prognosis of triple negative breast cancer. The results were published in peer review journals. She has an active interest in surgical research and has published widely in peer reviewed journals.
Her NHS practice is based at Kingston Hospital, where she is Audit Lead in the Breast Unit. She plays an active role in developing strategies to improve standards in Cancer Services through her work.
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Kingston Hospital NHS Foundation Trust