Greg Wynn is a consultant surgeon with a specialist interest in colorectal surgery, based at East Suffolk and North Essex Foundation Trust. He is heavily involved in all aspects of minimal access surgery as well as natural orifice surgery. He is clinical director of the ICENI Centre for training, innovation and research and chairs the East of England cancer alliance for colorectal cancer. He has worked as a national trainer for the LapCo training programme and more recently for the TaTME national training initiative. He also has an interest in augmented and virtual reality technical skills training.
He graduated from the University College London Medical School in 1996. He is a Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons of England and has a Doctorate of Medicine from UCL after research into mechanisms of gastrointestinal pain transmission, work that has increased our understanding of irritable bowel syndrome. He has undertaken fellowships in rectal cancer in Sao Paulo, advanced minimal access surgery in Hong Kong and in natural orifice surgery in Rio de Janeiro and has worked as a consultant in Colchester since 2009.