My current position is as one of the designated robotic pelvic cancer surgeon at UCLH. My principle interests lie in the diagnosis and management of men with suspected prostate cancer. Prior to taking up my current position I completed a robotic and uro-oncology fellowship in Melbourne Australia under the tutorage of Professor Tony Costello. Before leaving for Australia, I was an NIHR Academic Clinical Lecturer at University College Hospital London. I combine a high volume robotic clinical practice with an active research programme, where my research interests lie in evaluating outcomes after cancer treatment together with studying prostate cancer epidemiology. My research is carried out at the centre for experimental cancer medicine within the Barts Cancer Institute and at the Clinical Effectiveness Unit of the Royal College of Surgeons of England.