Chris trained at University College, London and qualified in 1986 having taken an intercalated BSc in Immunology. Following his FRCS examination in 1990 he undertook a surgical registrar rotation in Portsmouth before leaving to start his MS thesis at St Bartholomew's Hospital in London working for Mr HN Whitfield. On completion of his thesis Chris began his higher training in Urology at the Battle Hospital, Reading, moving on to the Institute of Urology in London and then to Peterborough. During his time as a Senior Registrar Chris co-authored the ABC of Urology which appeared as a series of articles in the British Medical Journal.
Chris's main Urological interests include Prostate Cancer and Urological Oncology. Chris introduced Radical Prostatectomy to the Edith Cavell Hospital but this service has now moved to Addenbrookes Hospital as a result of the IOG configuration.
Chris edited an evidence based text book on Urology which was published by TfM publishing in January 2006. - The Evidence for Urology The second edition of the ABC of Urology, co-edited with Hugh Whitfield, was published in 2006 and the third edition (co-edited with colleague Janine Nethercliffe) is due for publication in 2011. Chris has an interest in medicolegal work and graduated with a Diploma in Law from the College of Law in 2008
Chris was Urology Lead Clinician from 2003 to 2016 and is also Cancer Lead Clinician.
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Sunil joined the Urology department in March 1997. Having completed his undergraduate studies and an MS in India he completed general training in posts in and around Manchester. His Urology training was in units around East Anglia and Sunil was appointed as Senior Registrar at Addenbrooke's Hospital in Cambridge in October 1995. He was accredited a year later and obtained his FRCS(Urol) in November 1996.
Sunil's special interests include the management of Urinary stones.
Sunil is Audit lead for the department of Urology
Janine trained at Kings College London, qualifying in 1990; she qualified as a surgeon in 1996. Early in her urological training Janine became interested in female urological problems, especially female incontinence. She has spent much of her training within the Professorial Unit at The Institute of Urology, London. She has also trained under Professor Stephen Langley in Guildford. She has been trained in a variety of incontinence procedures including all types of pubovaginal sling, bladder neck bulking, Botox bladder therapy, colposuspension and benign reconstruction.
Janine has been Lead Clinician for the Urology Department since April 2016
Michal graduated from Medical University in Gdansk, Poland in 2005. He started his postgraduate training in Northern Ireland where he gained experience rotating around most of the hospitals in the province, completing foundation programme, and subsequently basic surgical training. Michal started his higher surgical training in Urology initially in Northern Ireland and subsequently in South West of England before moving on to take a training number rotation in the East of England in 2011. He spent the first half of his training time between Bedford and Luton gaining experience in general urology and the last 2 and a half years in Addenbrookes Hospital in Cambridge where he trained in pelvic oncology, reconstruction, prostate diagnostics (cancer and benign) and most importantly he developed interest and skills in nephrectomies (removal of kidney) and laser prostatectomies (HoLEPs). Michal was appointed to Peterborough Hospital in April 2016 to re-establish the laparoscopic nephrectomy (keyhole kidney removal) service and is working on introducing HoLEP (holmium laser enucleation of prostate) procedures to the Department. Michal is married with one son. In his free time he likes to cook and watch a good movie.
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