Mr Oddy has been a full time consultant in trauma and orthopaedic surgery at UCLH since 2009 and at the ISEH since it opened in 2013.
He read medicine at Christ’s College, University of Cambridge qualifying in 1996.
Following basic surgical training in London, Mr Oddy read for an MSc at UCL and was awarded a distinction in 2002 with basic science research into tendons and gait. His orthopaedic training on the St Bartholomew’s hospital Percivall Pott rotation included specialist foot and ankle posts in Norwich and the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital in Stanmore before completing a foot and ankle fellowship in Sheffield and a paediatric fellowship at the RNOH, Stanmore.
Mr Oddy’s practice includes all aspects of elective and trauma foot and ankle surgery including fractures, tendon and ligament injuries, arthritis and deformity including bunion and toe problems. He has an interest in neurological foot problems and is the orthopaedic lead for the diabetic foot service at UCLH.
He was one of the specialist foot and ankle surgeons for the London 2012 Olympics.
Mr Oddy is an honorary associate professor, UCL and is actively involved in research.
He is the UCL medical school Bloomsbury campus undergraduate module lead for orthopaedics and is actively involved with direct teaching of UCL medical students as well as lecturing on other UCL courses.
Publications can be viewed on www.pubmed.com (search oddy mj).