Mr Oliver Kayes is currently appointed as a consultant urologist and honorary senior lecturer at Leeds Teaching Hospitals. Additionally he works alongside infertility colleagues at the Leeds Centre for Reproductive Medicine (LCRM). His special interests include: benign prostate conditions, male sexual dysfunction, male infertility, urological cancers and genital reconstructive surgery. He completed his specialist surgical training in Cambridge and London; including a two year fellowship working with international experts at University College London Hospital.
He has completed a higher degree in the molecular biology of penile cancer and awarded the prestigious Hunterian Professorship in 2010 by the Royal College of Surgeons of England. He currently acts as reviewer for several international urology journals and is a faculty member of the F1000 research portfolio. Mr Kayes is regularly invited to teach and present at national and international scientific meetings
Mr Kayes believe that it is important that patients receive optimal care alongside the continual development of high quality clinical and scientific research. This fascinating interface allows him to promote clinical excellence in urology whilst nurturing innovation and improving surgical outcomes.