Mr Paul John Cathcart is a Consultant Urological Surgeon initially appointed at University College Hospital London, moving to Guys and St Thomas NHS Foundation Trust in 2015. He is regarded as an expert in prostate cancer diagnosis, nerve-sparing robotic radical prostatectomy, robotic radical prostatectomy for high-risk prostate cancer and salvage robotic radical prostatectomy. He is Clinical Co-ordinator for the National Prostate Cancer Audit and Chief Investigator for a number of clinical trials including the RAFT study which assesses the effectiveness and safety of salvage robotic prostate cancer surgery after focal therapy.
Mr Cathcart qualified from St George’s Hospital Medical School in 2000 before completing fellowships in uro-oncology and robotic surgery at The Royal Melbourne Hospital and the Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre in Melbourne, Australia.
Mr Cathcart is well-published in the field of prostate cancer and lectures both nationally and internationally on this subject, while also dedicating time to teaching and training junior urologists. He is the London training programme director for specialist urology registrar training and is a national selector for the national training programme for urology.
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MBBS St. Georges Hospital Medical School London 2000
MD University of London 2008
Fellowship in Uro-oncology and Robotic surgery – Royal Melbourne Hospital and Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre, Melbourne Australia – 2010
National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) Academic Clinical Lecturer – University College London – 2009
Specialist Registrar Training – 2006-2009