Consultant urological surgeon
Christian Brown works as part of the robotic and laparoscopic team at King’s and Guy's Hospital; renowned international centres of excellence in minimally invasive surgery (also known as key hole surgery).
As well as elective and emergency core urological care, he provides a tertiary referral service for elective robotic and laparoscopic surgery including radical prostatectomy (RARP).
Christian has performed over 900 minimally invasive laparoscopic / robotic procedures in the last five years and had trained other consultants both locally and nationally.
He was a lecturer in urology courses at University College London and has taught practical surgical skills to UK trainees and consultants on a monthly laparoscopic nephrectomy wet lab course in Denmark. Previously he worked in the Clinical Effectiveness Unit at the Royal College of Surgeons and has had original work published in the British Medical Journal.
Education and training
Christian trained at King’s College Hospital, University College Hospital, The Royal Marsden and The Royal College of Surgeons, in addition to other hospitals across the south east of England.
Christian has over 45 peer reviewed publications and remains an active clinical researcher in both benign and malignant prostate disease.
- Advanced diagnostic techniques for localised prostate cancer with multiparametric MRI
- MRI and transperineal sector biopsies with fusion
- Laser treatments (XPS GreenLight) for prostate symptoms and urinary retention
- Robotic Assisted radical prostatectomy (RARP)
Last updated: September 2022