Professor John Kelly MD, FRCS (Urol)

Professor John KellyProfessor John Kelly received his medical degree from The Queen’s University of Belfast and subsequently trained in Urology and later completed a Fellowship at the New York Presbyterian  Hospital – Weill Medical College of Cornell University, New York.  Professor Kelly moved to UCLH in 2009 and is Director of the state of the art Minimal Access Skills (MAS) Centre, providing training for UK and international surgeons. He leads a research group with a focus on clinical trials to improve surgery outcomes for patients and recently introduced robotic assisted prostate surgery to UCLH, deploying the latest 3rd generation da Vinci Robot, the cutting edge of laparoscopic and robot-assisted surgery.

Professor Kelly specialises in the surgical management of bladder, prostate and kidney cancers and aims to integrate high quality surgery with world-class research activity.

 

A selection of recent publications

Buried penis in super obesity: A technique for urethral catheterization under direct vision

Journal article ; 2011 ; Surgery for Obesity and Related Diseases

 Hewes JC,Hashemi M,Kelly J

Diagnosis of prostate cancer by detection of minichromosome maintenance 5 protein in urine sediments.

Journal article ; 2010 ; Br J Cancer ; England Dudderidge TJ,  Kelly J, Wollenschlaeger A,  Okoturo O, Prevost T, Robson W, Leung HY, Williams GH, Stoeber K.

Mitogenic growth signaling, DNA replication licensing, and survival are linked in prostate cancer Journal article ; 2007 ; British Journal of Cancer

Dudderidge TJ,McCracken SR,Loddo M,Fanshawe TR,Kelly JD,Neal DE,Leung HY,Williams GH,Stoeber K

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