David Dunaway currently leads the craniofacial unit at Great Ormond Street Hospital London. His principle clinical role is in the management of craniosynostosis with a particular interest in craniofacial distraction. He has been involved in the separation of four sets of craniopagus twins.
He is Professor of Craniofacial surgery in the Great Ormond Street Institute of Child Health at University College London. His research interests are centred around geometric morphometric analysis, machine learning in craniofacial surgery and patient specific distraction devices.
In 2016, David was awarded a CBE in the Queen’s Birthday Honours list for services to facial surgery.