Two commemorative parachute drops for the 75th anniversary of D-Day (6th June 1944) are set to raise essential funds for the National Facial Oral and Oculoplastic Research Centre (NFORC), funded by Saving Faces and its partner the British Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons (BAOMS), and Special Forces veterans charity Pilgrim Bandits.
We extend our warmest congratulations to Mr Martin Griffiths (Lead Consultant for Trauma Surgery) and the rest of the Violence Reduction Trauma Care team at The Royal London Hospital for taking home the award for Prevention and Lifestyle Team of the Year at The BMJ Awards on Wednesday 24th April 2019.
Surgeons, nurses, trainees and researchers from around the country gathered on the 9th May 2019 at the Richard Desmond Paediatric Ophthalmology Hospital, for the head & neck and oculoplastic collaborative research summit.
We are delighted to announce that Professor Iain Hutchison is available for lectures to young individuals who are exploring their career paths.
Unbeknown to our supporters, Mary was kind and generous who had been a friend of Professor Iain Hutchison and a long-term supporter of Saving Faces even from afar in Massachusetts and then Florida. Continue reading
We were delighted to catch up with long-term supporter and an ex-patient of Professor Iain Hutchison, Mary Elizabeth Maloney, who shared with us her success in finishing The Camino with her husband Anthony Maloney.
Nick has recently fulfilled a lifelong ambition by publishing his first novel, The Stone of Madness, an urban fantasy/historical thriller. A second book in the series, The Quantum Engine, will be published in 2019. Nick has pledged to donate to Saving Faces for each copy of the book sold. The book is available for purchase on Amazon as an eBook or paperback https://www.amazon.co.uk/-/e/B07K45PSVG
Saving Faces are delighted to welcome and introduce our newest member to the team, Dr Zbys Fedorowicz. Zbys joined us at the end of October as a Research Consultant.
Huge congratulations and well done to our runner Jennifer Logan who took part in the 38th annual London Marathon for Saving Faces.