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Mr Darren F Lui

LRCP & SI, MB, BAO, BCh, MRCS, MCh, FRCS (Tr & Orth)

Fellowship Trained Deformity and Complex Spinal Surgeon

Specialty
  • Spinal surgery
Fixed Price Packages

About

  • Biography icon plus

    Introducing Mr Darren F. Lui
    Darren Lui’s expertise covers a wide range of procedures, from revision, anterior and complex spinal surgery, to failed back syndrome, scoliosis and kyphosis surgery. His specialisms also extend into the field of oncology, where he is involved in the treatment of primary spine tumours, metastases of the spine, and balloon and radiofrequency kyphoplasty.
    Why choose Darren Lui?
    After graduating from the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland in 2001, Darren Lui went on to obtain a Master’s degree in laboratory-based science. His course involved studying the role of insulin as an anti-inflammatory agent, and it’s potential.
    Darren Lui is Fellowship trained in deformity & complex spinal surgery and has worked as a Spinal Fellow in Hospitals in Hong Kong, Ireland and England. He moved into consultancy in 2016, working at the Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital, before leaving to join St George’s University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust in London.
    Darren Lui has over 100 podium presentations and 25 peer-reviewed publications in his repertoire, and has supervised two Master degrees in Science. He has a keen interest in researching the fields of Trauma and Orthopaedics, as well as spinal surgery, and is involved in multicentre research, NIHR grant projects including WHIST, COPET, ApiFix EOS and MELODY.
    Teaching is something that Darren Lui has always enjoyed and feels it is an integral part of medicine. He is always learning new things and believes that he learns most when he is teaching and sharing his knowledge with others.
    When he’s not working, Darren Lui enjoys sailing and skiing.

  • Clinical interests icon plus

    Oncology, involved in the treatment of primary spine tumours, metastases of the spine, balloon and radiofrequency kyphoplasty.
  • Awards and recognitions icon plus

    Presidents Prize for Outstanding Scientific Contribution to Britspine (April 2014)
    Spinal deformities in Muccopolysaccharidosis Type 1 (Hurler’s) patients in the era of Bone Marrow Transplant
    Tan J, Lui DF, Savage T, Burke N, Kennedy J, Kelly PM, Kiely PJ, Noel J
    Sylvester O'Halloran (March 2013)
    Best Poster
    Snapshot: Mixed Urban Rural Cycling Injuries since the Irish 2008 Cycle to Work Scheme
    Yahoudzik, T., Lui DF, Butler, A., O’Farrell, D.
    Best New Comer Podium Presentation – Atlantic Meeting (Nov 2013)
    Hip fractures in the nonagenarian population
    Lyons E, Lui DF, Lynch S, Hsu M, Hidaya Y, Kimura S, Khan F, Shafique S, Butler A, Burke T, O'Farrell D, Masterson E, D'Souza L, Condon F, Lenehan B.
    Irish Orthopaedic Association (IOA) Belfast (June 2008)
    Pre operative Carbohydrate Loading maintains Normogylcaemia
    Lui, DF., Murphy M., McHugh G., Kenny P., Keogh P., O’Flanagan S.
    1st Prize Original Paper
    20
    Irish Orthopaedic Association (IOA) Kilkenny (June 2007)
    Insulin Saves lives in the ICU
    Lui DF, Condron C, Bouchier Hayes D
    St. James Hospital Pathology Department (July 1998)
    Laboratory Research
    Kennedy Orthopaedic Travelling Fellowship Award July 2014

  • Professional bodies icon plus

    1. Society for Back Pain Research (SBPR)
    2. British Association of Spinal Surgeons (BASS)
    3. British Orthopaedic Association (BOA)
    4. Irish Spine Society (ISS)
    5. Irish Orthopaedic Association (IOA)
    6. Irish Orthopaedics & Trauma Association Member (IOTA)
    7. Scoliosis Research Society Candidate Fellow (SRS)
    8. British Scoliosis Society (BSS)
    9. Old Etonian Medial Society (OEMS)
    Executive Committee Member
    Surgical Secretary

Practice locations

NHS base

St George’s University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

Consults at

Friday
ALT 2PM-5PM
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