Mark Ho-Asjoe is a Consultant Plastic Surgeon at St Thomas’ Hospital, London since 2003. He graduated in 1989 from the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland and began his surgical training in the U.K. After obtaining the gold medal in primary FRCS and completed the basic surgical training, he started his Plastic Surgery specialist surgical training after spending time in research concerning wound healing and burns.
Whilst in training Mark Ho-Asjoe worked in other plastic surgery centres outside the United Kingdom including Chang Gung Memorial Hospital in Taiwan-one of the leading microsurgical reconstructive centres in the world, as well as a period working as an Honorary Lecturer in Plastic Surgery at The Queen Mary University Hospital in Hong Kong. In addition, he completed an aesthetic fellowship at Wellington Hospital, London.
In private practice Mark Ho-Asjoe undertakes all aspects of Cosmetic and Aesthetic surgery, as well as Reconstructive surgery. His special interests include microsurgical breast reconstruction, aesthetic surgery, and limb trauma. Mark has been an examiner for the Diploma of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery for many years and regularly lecturing UK and Europe in the use of Porcine Dermal Matrix in aesthetic and reconstructive breast surgery. Over the years he has contributed to a number of press articles on the subject of plastic and reconstructive surgery and in peer reviewed journals.