Professor Suks Minhas
Professor Suks Minhas is a consultant Urologist and lead Andrologist at Imperial College, London. He qualified from the University of Sheffield. He did his post-fellowship training in andrology at University College London. He obtained a research degree from the University of Leeds which was awarded a commendation.
His expertise is Andrology, male infertility, testicular cancer, Peyronie's disease, microdissection TESE, penile reconstruction, penile implants, erectile dysfunction, testis pain, sexual dysfunction in men, penile problems, treatments for male fertility
He is an expert in male fertility and men's health including disorders of the male genital system and testis cancer. A recipient of the prestigious Karl Storz Telescope, an award given to specialists who have made a significant and lasting contribution to British urology, he is recognized as a key international opinion leader in his field. Professor Minhas specialises in treating problems affecting the male genitals and is one of the UK’s only dedicated andrological surgeons. In addition, he has published extensively on the subject, with 195 peer-reviewed papers, including a recent textbook on male sexual dysfunction.
He has chaired over 80 scientific sessions at meetings both nationally and internationally and has given almost 300 invited lectures internationally. Professor Suks is also a referee to a number of scientific journals and a member of international guideline committees including the EAU guidelines on male sexual and reproductive health (2020). He is actively involved in the teaching and training of surgeons in the UK and co-ordinates fellowship training programmes.
He is a board member of the European Society of Andrological Urology (ESAU). He is a firm believer in evidence-based practise and is co-chair of the European Association of Urology guidelines on male sexual and reproductive health. He was chairman of the British Association of Urological Surgeons Section of Andrology and is a faculty member of the European School of Urology.