Kamran Ahmed is a Consultant Urological Surgeon at King’s College Hospital, King’s Health Partners and a Senior Lecturer (Associate Professor) at King’s College London (KCL). He completed his specialist urology training in London, and undertook clinical fellowship training at University College London Hospital in andrology, men’s reconstructive surgery, and infertility management. He holds a PhD degree from Imperial College London, and he is also a NHS Clinical Entrepreneur.
Kamran is a specialist in andrology (men’s health, male sexual / erectile dysfunction, Peyronie’s disease, low testosterone management), male fertility management, vasectomy reversal, and urethral stricture surgery (endoscopic and reconstructive i.e. urethroplasty).
He also has expertise in managing lower urinary tract disorders (caused by enlarged prostate or bladder dysfunction, or incontinence), recurrent urinary tract infections (cystitis, kidney infections), pelvic pain and chronic prostatitis, and other general benign and malignant urology conditions.
He has received a number of awards, and clinical and educational grants, from various organisations, including the European Association of Urology, the British Association of Urological Surgeons, the Royal College of Surgeons, the National Institute for Health Research, Coptcoat Charity, and Pelican Group.
Kamran has published widely, with more than 210 peer-reviewed publications and around 300 national and international conference presentations. He is editor and author of three urological textbooks, and has written a number of book chapters. He is also on the Editorial Board of British Journal of Urology International (BJUI). Kamran has a major interest in education, and is the lead for Surgical Sciences iBSc modules at KCL, the education lead for EULIS section of European Association of Urology (EAU), board member of Junior ERUS-EAU and tutor on the European Urology Resident Education Programme (EUREP). He has been invited as visiting professor or lecturer to institutions in the USA, Europe, and Middle East.