Mr Senthil Nathan is a Consultant Urological Surgeon and Honorary Senior Clinical Lecturer working at three NHS sites including University College Hospital London, Whittington and the Royal Free Hospital. He graduated with honours from The Madras Medical College, completing his Masters in Surgery from Bangalore Medical College where he won The Association of Surgeons of India Gold Medal. He was later selected by the Royal College of Surgeons of England to continue specialist training in an Overseas Training Scheme while working as an Assistant Surgeon in The Church of South India Hospital in Bangalore. After working in general surgery and obtaining FRCS in Yorkshire, Mr Nathan chose to be a Urologist and obtained Diploma in Urology while working at Royal Free Hospital. He secured an Honorary Lecturer position at Guys Hospital to develop robotic techniques in urology and continued to later aid in the development of The Probot and carry out the first true robotic surgery in the world with colleagues from Imperial College.
Mr Nathan is a member of the British Association of Urological Surgeons, The Royal Society of Medicine, the British Medical Association, the European Association of Urologists and the Society of Minimally Invasive Therapy. He is also a Trustee of the SNJ Educational & Charitable Trust, India Honorary Advisor to the N Sethia Foundation and Trustee of the Prostate Cancer Research Foundation (Former).