Mr Greg Shaw is a London based Urological Surgeon consultant. He graduated from St Bartholomew’s Medical College in 1999 in Medicine. He went on to study further at St Bartholemew’s Hospital completing a MD research degree in which he discovered his interest in prostate cancer. This interest was developed over a 4 year period in with he held a Lectureship at The University of Cambridge, working within a world-class facility alongside a world-renowned research team. During this period he produced important findings from his research, further enhancing his keen interest and contribution to the prostate cancer field.
Afterwards, he began his specialist training in urology in North Thames where he was awarded a Fellowship by the Royal College of Surgeons of England. His fellowship allowed him to further develop his interests including an interest in Robotic surgery.
Mr Shaw continues to use the scientific skills learnt in his research degree, delivering up-to-date evidence-based diagnosis and treatment of prostate cancer to ensure the best treatment of his patients. The services he provided encompass the urology field including: investigation of common problems (blood in the urine, etc), difficulty in urination, Raised PSA levels and urinary tract infections. Additionally, he also diagnoses and treats prostate and bladder cancer, using a wide range of biopsies (trans-perineal and MRI guided) to diagnose prostate cancers. Moreover, he also is able to perform benign prostate surgery and inguino-scrotal surgery.