Opinder Sahota

Opinder Sahota is Professor of Ortho-Geriatric Medicine, and the clinical lead of the Nottingham Ortho-Geriatric Unit, providing specialist care to older people presenting to the regional trauma and spine centre and the Nottingham Trauma and Orthopaedic Unit.

Nationally, he has served as a committee member on a number of NICE guidelines and is currently a member of the Fracture Liaison Services RCP Database Advisory and the RCP Academic and Research Committee. Internationally he is the Chair of the Vertebral Fragility Fracture Specialist Interest Group of the Global Fracture Fracture Network (FFN) and sits on both the board and scientific committee of the FFN.

Opinder has a specialist interest in musculoskeletal injuries in older people, medical and metabolic management and innovative services (and service redesign) in fragility fracture prevention.

Read Opinder’s Top Tips for Research on the Royal College of Physicians site

Opinder Sahota discusses how he got started in medical research, and shares his 'top tips' for those interested in getting involved. Top Tips