My area of research interest and activity is in lower urinary tract function. This involves the evaluation of urinary incontinence using laboratory techniques which encompass pressure flow studies, simultaneous radiographic visualization and neurophysiologic testing of muscle activity. This is a technology driven subspecialty utilizing digitalized evaluation techniques and lends itself to the assessment of pharmacologic activity on the urinary tract. My second area of clinical activity is in reconstruction of the lower urinary tract using autologous and prosthetic devices.
Education and Training
- M.B.B.Ch., University of Birmingham (United Kingdom), 1968