Georgette Oni

Consultant Oncoplastic Surgeon and Trustee
Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust and Breast Cancer Now

Georgette Oni is one of a handful of Plastic and Reconstructive surgeons in the UK who are dual qualified also in breast surgical oncology.  Her plastic surgery training was in the East of England (Cambridge, Norwich, Chelmsford, London) where she became highly skilled in all types of breast reconstruction.  She was a prestigious TIG national Oncoplastic Breast Fellow and is now a Consultant at Nottingham Breast Institute, which is one of the leading units for Oncoplastic Breast surgery in the country.  She offers the full range of breast procedures from oncoplastic breast conservation through to microvascular free flap breast reconstruction.  She is the 2021/2022 International Fellow for the American Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons.

Her PhD research was conducted in the world renowned plastic surgery unit at UT Southwestern in Dallas.  She has authored over 50 publications, has numerous international presentations and has co-authored a book chapter on breast reconstruction.  She is a steering committee member of the Nottingham Breast Cancer Research Center and is involved with national and international research collaborations in conjunction with University of Nottingham.  She was one of the 2020 Lady Estelle Wolfson emerging leader fellows of the Royal college of Surgeons of England (RCS Eng).   She is the specialist advisor on oncoplastic breast surgery and assistant editor (Annals, plastic surgery section) for RCS Eng.  She is a member of BAPRAS, ABS, and BAAPS. 

She is a mentor to aspiring female surgeons particularly from a BAME background.  She is a keen teacher/lecturer/health advocate particularly overseas where she has been involved in health outreach programs and breast health education.  She has recently been appointed as a trustee for Breast Cancer Now (a major breast cancer charity) and the founder of the ‘Let’s talk about…Black Women and Breast cancer’ annual conference.