Mr Daniel Good
Consultant Urological Surgeon
MA, MB, BCh, BAO, MSc, PhD, FRCSEd (Urol)
I am a Consultant Urological Surgeon working with a specialist interest in Prostate Cancer diagnostics, Robotic prostate cancer surgery and also General Urology. I am employed by NHS Lothian and work in Edinburgh at the Western General Hospital, St Johns Hospital and East Lothian Community Hospital.
I completed Medical School in Trinity College in Dublin. I then moved to Edinburgh following my Basic Surgical Training and completed my PhD on the use of elasticity as a biomarker for prostate cancer. I completed my higher surgical training in Urology on the East of Scotland training scheme. I did a TUF/PS fellowship in prostate cancer with a focus on Robotic prostate cancer surgery. After completion of surgical training, I carried out a preceptorship in the USA at the Cleveland Clinic and spent time visiting high volume robotic surgeons in the US. In 2020 I led the introduction of local anaesthetic transperineal prostate (LATP) biopsy into NHS Lothian using Precision Point.
A keen educator, I am involved postgraduate teaching and research supervision within the University of Edinburgh, Royal College of Surgeons in Edinburgh and Heriot Watt University. I also am heavily involved in research, with 2 large NIHR UK wide trials (TRANSLATE & PART) where I am the Edinburgh PI, and am also a co-investigator on a prostate cancer imaging trial (PRISTINE) and EPSRC MIRAS (Robotic surgical trial). I also hold my own research grant.
Some of the principal treatments carried out by Mr Daniel Good at Spire include: