Dr Glenn Kunnath Bonney attained his undergraduate medical degree in 2002 from the University of Leeds. Having completed Basic Surgical Training, he was awarded the Membership of the Royal College of Surgeons of England (MRCS) in 2006. He then undertook a postgraduate research degree at the Cancer Research UK, where his proteomic-based research culminated in a Doctorate of Medicine (MD) in 2008. He completed his specialist training at the University Hospitals of Birmingham and became a Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons of England in 2014. His clinical research has resulted in him receiving the Presidential Award of the International Hepatopancreaticobiliary Association in the same year.
Dr Bonney joined the National University Hospital of Singapore in 2016 and is a Consultant Multi-organ and Hepatopancreaticobiliary surgeon. With clinical interests in minimally invasive surgery, ex-vivo machine perfusion technology and precision medicine. To achieve this, he is the Principal Investigator of the SurgiCAL ProtEomics Labortory (SCALPEL) in NUS with a focus on using proteomics technologies and patient derived organoids/xenografts in combination with Artificial Intelligence in the clinical arena. The team has expertise in proteomics, analytical chemistry, organoids, machine learning and molecular biology.