Mr Paras Singh
MBBS MRCS MD FRCS (UROLOGY)
Mr Paras Singh qualified from Institute of Medical Sciences, Varanasi, India and moved to the United Kingdom to undergo his higher surgical training in Urology. He was awarded an MD at Lancaster University for his work on racial differences in the metabolising enzymes in the human prostate.
Mr Singh underwent his urology training in London at the University College Hospital, Royal Free Hospital and Whipps Cross Hospital and was appointed as a consultant urological surgeon in 2014.
Mr Singh has a broad general urology practice with special interests in benign prostatic disease (medical management and minimally invasive therapy – TURP / TURiS), stone disease, prostate cancer diagnostics and urothelial cancers (endoscopic management of bladder cancer and upper tract cancer).
Mr Singh was responsible for introducing MRI fusion prostate biopsies at the Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust. He is also a core member of the bladder cancer and prostate cancer multi-disciplinary teams at the Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust and is the principal investigator in several prostate and bladder cancer trials.
Originally from Nepal, Mr Singh is married with two children. His daughter was the youngest Olympian at the Rio Olympics in 2016 at the age of 13. He is actively involved with several Nepalese organisations in the UK and with charity work in Nepal.
Royal Free Hospital
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- Benign prostatic disease
- Prostate cancer
- Urothelial cancers
- Stone diseases