Rob Pollock is a consultant orthopaedic surgeon at The Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital, Stanmore (RNOH) specialising in complex hip and knee arthroplasty and orthopaedic oncology. He is Clinical Director of the joint reconstruction and sarcoma units and a core member of the London Sarcoma Service MDT. He was secretary of the British Orthopaedic Oncology Society 2013–17.
After graduating from University College London he trained in various London teaching hospitals including UCLH, St Mary’s and the RNOH. He then did fellowships in Sydney, Australia (Paul Stalley) and Denver, USA (Wade Smith). In 2008 he undertook the ABC travelling fellowship to North America. Mr Pollock has published over eighty papers on joint reconstruction and limb salvage surgery and regularly presents research at national and international meetings. He has a particular interest in joint sparing limb reconstruction techniques.
In his spare time he is mostly found outdoors with his young family enjoying cycling and running. He regularly competes in triathlons and in 2016 completed a full Ironman.