Mr Oliver Kayes is a consultant urologist at Leeds Teaching Hospitals. He also works alongside infertility colleagues at the Leeds Centre for Reproductive Medicine (LCRM). His specialist interests include: prostate problems, male sexual dysfunction, male infertility and genital reconstruction. He is expert in micro-surgical infertility treatments, urethroplasty and post-prostatectomy recovery.
He completed his specialist surgical training in Cambridge and London, including a two-year fellowship working with prominent experts at University College London Hospital. He has completed a higher degree in the molecular biology of penile cancer and was awarded the prestigious Hunterian Professorship by the Royal College of Surgeons in 2010.
Mr Kayes believes optimal care of patients and first-class research go hand in hand. His research interests include: male infertility, sexual dysfunction, cancer survivorship and improving surgical outcomes. He is an honorary senior lecturer at Leeds University. He currently is a reviewer for several international medical journals and past member of the BAUS section of academic urology.