Professor Karen Redmond is a thoracic surgeon specialized in lung cancer as well as diseases related to airways and chest deformities.
She graduated from Dublin College in 1997 with honors, receiving the gold medal in surgery. Then she developed her skills in "minimally invasive" surgical techniques for lung cancer as well as in thoracic surgery at Toronto General Hospital (Canada).
She is one of the first surgeons to be trained in robotic surgical techniques and has published comparative meta-analyzes on robotic lobectomy and thymectomy.
Very focused on medical innovation, she does not hesitate to discover and experiment with new surgical techniques to provide the best response to the pathologies of her patients and does not hesitate to treat complex cases of Poland Syndrome and Pectus Excavatum.