Dr. Olufemi Oshin obtained his medical degree from the University of Liverpool in 2004 and completed his basic surgical training in Liverpool before commencing two years of research that led to his Doctorate degree.
In his early years as a vascular registrar he took a keen interest in medical training and education which lead to the privilege of representing his peers in various organisations such as the Vascular Society of Great Britain and Ireland, the British Society of Endovascular Therapy council and the Executive Committee of the European Society for Vascular Surgeons in Training.
After completing his higher surgical training in Vascular surgery, he was appointed as a Consultant Vascular Surgeon at the Royal Liverpool Hospital in the UK before commencing his fellowship at the Royal Perth Hospital in 2017. Since arriving in Australia, he has built upon his strong interest in lower limb Peripheral Arterial Disease and diabetic foot care. He has recently pioneered a telehealth multidisciplinary foot clinic, plays an active role in the National Association of Diabetes Centres, is a key member of the WA Foot Forum and has recently been awarded a Medical Research Foundation Grant for diabetic foot research.