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I was awarded the Peter Walker Prize for a place to read Medicine at the University of Cambridge in 1986. I obtained my BA (Hons) degree in Medical Sciences (2:1) in 1989, MB BChir (Cantab) degree in 1991 and the following qualifications: MA (Cantab) 1991, FRCS (Eng) 1994. I underwent specialist training in Urology and Urological Surgery in London. I also undertook research on the role of urinary sodium in the sensation of urgency in patients with an Overactive Bladder. I won a British Urological Foundation Scholarship and the Short Paper Prize from the Urology Section of the Royal Society of Medicine. I obtained my specialist qualification, FRCS (Urol) in 2003. Following this, I undertook sub-specialty training in Female and Reconstructive Urology at the Institute of Urology, London. In 2004, I was appointed as a Consultant Urological Surgeon and Honorary Senior Lecturer to St. George’s Hospital and Medical School at the University of London.
I have been invited to speak in regional, national and international (International Urogynecological Association) meetings. A list of my invited lectures can be viewed at www.frank-lee.co.uk
Areas of interest
Female Urology including urinary incontinence;
Neuro-Urology; Adolescent Urology; Reconstructive Urology and Iatrogenic injury; Lower urinary tract dysfunction; General Urology.