Dr. Nadine H Haram is a Surgeon, Lecturer, and Clinical Entrepreneur. She gained a BSc with distinction from University College London, receiving the Jack Drummond and Jackson Lewis prizes and subsequently enrolled in the accelerated graduate entry program at Barts and London, where she graduated in 2009, with distinction and earned the Harvey Minasian Prize for academic excellence. Since then, she has been appointed as an NHS Clinical Entrepreneur Fellow, Council member of BAPRAS Innovation UK, a UCL Honorary Clinical Lecturer, SAC Plastic Surgery Simulation task force, President of BFIRST trainee members, and council member of the Royal Society of Medicine, plastic surgery section.
Dr. Haram drew on her passion for innovation, education and global surgery and co-founded Proximie in 2014, an augmented reality platform that allows doctors to virtually transport themselves in to any operating room to guide, teach, train and support other surgeons and medical experts independent of any specific hardware. Proximie has enjoyed significant success with early adoption by major medical institutions and NGOs and has been covered by news agencies around the world. When she isn’t working, Nadine spends her time with her husband and 3 children in London or supports medical charity missions with Facing the World and Global Smile Foundation, MENA.