Rajwinder Singh Jutley
 


Dr Rajwinder Singh Jutley

Lecturer
Professor, Section of Cardiothoracic Surgery, Department of Surgery
 
Email: raj.jutley@aku.edu
Tel: 254 20 3662 115
Fax: 254 20 3733 935
 Full-Time
 
Qualifications
FRCSGlas, Royal College of Surgeons, Glasgow, 2007
DM, University of Aberdeen, 2004
MRCS , Royal College of Surgeons, Glasgow, 1999
MBChB, University of Aberdeen, 1996
BMedSci, 1st Class, University of Aberdeen, 1995

Research Interests
The role of immune system in the pathogenesis and development of reflux nephropathy, a significant urinary tract pathology in children
Inventing a novel method for closure of the chest following heart surgery
Research focus in clinical cardiac surgery
Actively involved in researching the effects of bespoke electrolyte replacement in elite athletes
designed a motorsport cooling vest (Chill Vest) which I am evaluating alongside a major motorsport race suit manufacturer in France

Academic Specialisation
Cadiothoracic Surgeon

Professional Experience
Consultant Cardiothoracic Surgeon & Director of Research, Cardiac Sciences Program, AKUHNConsultant Cardica Surgeon & Honorary Senior LecturerSpecialist Registrar, Sheffield, Leicencer & Nottingham Cardiac Surgery CentreLAT specialist Registrar, Paediatric Cardiac Surgeon, Yorkhill Children’s Hospital, GlasgowLAS specialist Registrar, Adult Cardiothoracic Surgeon, Aberdeen Royal Infirmary, AberdeenMD Research Fellow, Departments of Cardiothoracic Surgery, Aberdeen Royal Infirmary, Aberdeen & Department of Biomedical Physics and BioEngineering, Aberdeen University, UKSenior House Officer, Adult Cardiothoracic Surgery, Aberdeen Royal Infirmary, AberdeenHouse Surgeon, Adult Cardiothoracic Surgery, Aberdeen Royal Infirmary, Aberdeen
Professional Associations
Fellow, Royal College of Surgeon and Physician of Glasgow
Member, Society of Cardiothoracic Surgeons of Great Britain and Ireland
Member, Medical and Defence Union of Scotland
Member, Kenya Cardiac Society

Awards
Postgraduate Prizes: - 2000 MDDUS Travelling Scholarship
Undergraduate Prizes: - Distinction in Chemistry/Biochemistry, 1991 - Merit in Physiology, 1991 - Distinction in Physiology, 1992 - Merit in Anatomy, 1992 - Distinction in Biochemistry, 1992 - Distinction in Medical
Microbiology, 1993 - Thomas Lauder Carr Prize in Orthopaedics, 1996 - Merit in Child Health, 1996 - Merit in General Practice, 1996 - Merit in Medicine, 1996

 
 
Created on:25/04/2013  Last modified:25/04/2013

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