Homa is Head of Orthopaedic Trauma at the Royal London Hospital. Her practice includes pelvic and acetabular trauma and primary, complex and revision hip and knee arthroplasty. She is an Honorary Senior Lecturer at Queen Mary University and tutor for the international Orthopaedic Trauma Sciences MSc. She is international faculty for AO, a current ATLS instructor and teaches on the Instructors’ course.
Homa graduated from Cambridge University with a distinction in surgery. Nobody knows the date but fortunately, she turns 21 years old every birthday. As an undergraduate, she worked also in New York and California in translational research methods. Elective was spent in Salvador da Bahia in Brazil investigating operative emergencies, beautiful beaches and the fascinating local culture.
She trained on the prestigious Percivall Pott rotation and close to completion was appointed as the senior revision hip fellow, working with John Nolan and Jim Wimhurst in Norwich. Fellowships within fellowship were undertaken in Germany with Professor MIchael Raschke, Head of AO and in Denmark with Professor Kjeld Sobelle who pioneered minimally invasive periacetabular osteotomy. Homa’s happiest year was as the pelvic and acetabular fellow at Barts Health. She went on to take up her first substantive consultant post with amazing colleagues in Newcastle. The siren call of London proved irresistible however and she has been back as consultant since 2017.
Homa lives in Kent with her husband and their two sons. She enjoys swimming, sailing and gallivanting with friends.