Justin is a consultant robotic surgeon at UCLH and associate medical director at Cambridge Medical Robotics. 2014-2019 he worked as a Urologist and research coordinator at the Karolinska Institutet in Stockholm, Sweden and in the last year of this he was also the medical director at ORSI academy. The largest robotic training centre in Europe.
He graduated from Bristol University England and has completed surgical fellowships at Clinique St Augustine, Bordeaux; Karolinska, Stockholm; USC Keck Medical Los Angeles and Mansoura University Hospital, Egypt. His research interests include training, telemedicine, efficiency studies, ERAS protocols and health informatics for patients and surgeons. Justin is currently coordinating research work to standardize robotic training curriculums. This work includes integration of novel technologies to help develop international robotic networks with the future potential to enable collaborative telementorship, educational webinars and MDT’s to guide and improve decision making whilst promoting international relationships.
He has published over 170 articles, including several book chapters on robotic surgery technique. His MD thesis findings were highlighted in ‘Best of BAUS’ in 2005 and won 1st prize in ‘Best International Research Paper’ at the World Congress of Endourology in 2004.
Justin is a reviewer for several high impact journals including, European Urology, the BJUI, Journal of Endourology and the Journal of Urology. He was also section editor for Current opinions in Urology from 2014-2016.