Greg Fulton is a native of Belfast, Co Antrim. He graduated in medicine from Trinity College Dublin in 1990 with an Honours in Surgery. He did his early postgraduate training in Ireland, gaining his Fellowship of The Royal College of Surgeons of Ireland in 1994.
After a 2-Year Research Fellowship at Duke University, Durham, North Carolina, USA, he was awarded an MD thesis by Trinity College Dublin.
in 1997, Greg went on to the Irish Higher Surgical Training Program, and was awarded an Intercollegiate Fellowship in 2000. He completed an International Fellowship in Endovascular Surgery at the Cleveland Clinic Foundation, Cleveland, Ohio, USA in 2002.
Greg began his current post as Consultant Vascular Surgeon at Cork University Hospital, Cork, Ireland in 2003, and was also appointed to the Staff of the Bon Secours Hospital Cork in 2010.
He has authored/co-authored over 30 peer reviewed publications and book chapters. He is currently Vice-Chairman of the Department of Surgery at Cork University Hospital.