BSc(Hons), BM, BCh(Oxon), MSc, FRCS(Tr&Orth)
Matt Moran qualified from the University of Oxford in 1996 having spent 7 years at medical school, including a year of research. He completed his Orthopaedic
training in South East Scotland where he developed a particular interest in lower limb surgery. He has always had an interest in engineering in
Orthopaedics and gained an MSc in Orthopaedic Engineering in 2006.
In 2005 he was awarded a European Travelling Fellowship by the British Hip Society, which he spent visiting the ENDO-Klinik in Hamburg. In 2007 he was
fortunate enough to be chosen to be the Edinburgh North American Travelling Fellow. He is a faculty member on national and international Orthopaedic
courses, a course director for Advanced Trauma Life Support and acts as a reviewer for a number of Orthopaedic Journals. At the Royal Infirmary he is
involved in the Scottish Patient Safety Programme and sits on the SE Scotland Orthopaedic training committee as well as running the teaching programme
for trainee Orthopaedic surgeons.
He started work as a Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon at the Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh in 2009. He has a busy NHS practice. His elective practice includes
orthopaedic cancer management, joint replacement and he forms part of the internationally renowned Orthopaedic Trauma Unit at the Royal Infirmary, caring
for many patients with upper limb, spinal and lower limb fractures and soft tissue injuries. He has many active research interests, focused on his areas
of surgical expertise.