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Dan Wood is a Consultant Urologist in Adolescent and Reconstructive Surgery at the University College Hospitals, London. After gaining a sound background in general urological practice, he developed an interest in reconstructive urology. He has worked in the fields of female and pelvic reconstruction, urethroplasty and artificial urinary sphincters, paediatric urology and surgery for congenital malformations, as well as adolescent urology. He currently performs a wide range of procedures in urological reconstruction and adolescent urology.
Dan was awarded a PhD thesis for his work on ‘The Characterisation of Human Detrusor Smooth Muscle Cell Cultures’. He continues to research detrusor physiology. In 2001 he was awarded a travel fellowship allowing him to visit Harvard University and gain an insight into tissue culture for tissue engineering. He holds a grant with the St. Peter’s Trust looking at long term outcomes of paediatric surgery. He has developed an interest in patients who have suffered urinary tract damage as result of ketamine misuse and is a co-investigator on a collaborative research grant with University of Surrey relating to anticholinergic medication.
He has recently chaired the International Consultantion on Urological Disease looking at Congenital Anomalies in Adolescence.
Areas of interest
General and Functional Urology;
Current NHS consultant posts held
University College London Hospital
Bladder Dysfunction and physiology
Long-term outcomes of congenital urological conditions
Guitarist - music
Sport - including rugby, football and keen follower of motor racing
Has run 6 marathons and multiple half marathons
Co-Investigator MRC grant - bladder tissue engineering with Institute of Child Health
St Peter’s Trust Research Scholarship 2008 (as supervisor)
Royal College of Surgeons Research Fellowship (as supervisor)
RSM Urology Section Travel Fellowship November 2000
St Peter's Trust Research Fellowship 2000
BUF/Blackwell Science Ltd Scholarship 1999
BMA Bronze Award for Film 1995
St Bartholomews Hospital Student Union Colours 1994
WOOD DN, WOODHOUSE CRJ. Penile anomalies in adolescence. Scientific World Journal. 2011 Mar 7;11:614-23.
ROOSEN A, WOODHOUSE CR, WOOD DN, STIEF CG, MCDOUGAL WS, GERHARZ EW. Animal Models in Urinary Diversion. BJU Int. 2012: 109 (1) 6-23.
NAKHAL RS, WOOD D, CREIGHTON SM. The role of examination under anesthesia (EUA) and vaginoscopy in pediatric and adolescent gynecology: a retrospective review. J Pediatr Adolesc Gynecol 2012: 25 (1) 64-66.
NAKHAL RS, DEANS R, CREIGHTON SM, WOOD D, WOODHOUSE CR. Genital prolapse in adult women with classical bladder exstrophy. Int Urogynecol J 2012. 23(9): 1201-5.
DEANS R, BANKS F, LIAO LM, WOOD D, WOODHOUSE C, CREIGHTON SM. Reproductive outcomes in women with classic bladder exstrophy: an observational cross-section study. Am J Obstet Gynecol 2012. 206(6) 496
NAKHAL RS, WOOD D, WOODHOUSE CR CREIGHTON SM. False-positive pregnancy tests following enterocystoplasty. BJOG 2012; 119 (3) 366-368.
DROP SL, MURE PY, WOOD D, EL-GHONEIMI, FAISAL AHMED S. E-consultation for DSD: A global platform for access to expert advice. J Pediatr Urol. 2012 8(6): 629-32.
DE WIN G, CUCKOW P, HOEBEKE P, WOOD D Long-term outcomes of pediatric hypospadias and surgical intervention. Pediatric Health, Medicine and Therapeutics October 2012 Volume 2012:3 Pages 69 – 77
WOOD D. Adolescent Urology – a specialty in development. BJU Int 2012. 110(11): 1575-6.
CREIGHTON SM, WOOD D. Complex gynaecological and urological problems in adolescents: challenges and transition. Postgrad Med J. 2013. 89(1047) 34-8.
- PhD University College London 2003
Details of entry to specialist register
- Urology, 2007
Affiliations / memberships
British Association of Urological Surgeons
European Association of Urology
British Association of Paediatric Urology
European Association of Paediatric Urology
Post treatment communication
Following treatment of a Bupa member, I will communicate with GPs in line with Department of Health, GMC and appropriate professional bodies guidelines.
In the event of an urgent query following treatment, Bupa members should use the following contact details
020 7224 5089 (24 hour 7 day per week consultant on call)