Secretary: Glenise De Oliveira
Tel: 020 7188 1543
Area of expertise: transplantation
Mr Jonathon Olsburgh was appointed to Guy's and St Thomas' in 2006. He performs laparoscopic "keyhole" assisted surgery so that a relative or friend can donate a kidney for transplantation.
Mr Olsburgh also treats general urology patients, with a particular interest in day case surgery, benign prostate disease including laser prostate surgery and urinary tract infections (UTI).
His academic interests include urological aspects of transplant surgery, UTI and basic science research of the urothelium - the specialised lining cells of the urinary tract. This has potential applications in treating urinary tract cancer, infection and diseases that require surgical reconstruction of the urinary tract.
Education and training
- University of Leeds 1993
- Awarded PhD from University of Leeds 2005
- Postgraduate training was in Leeds and London.
- Kidney transplant surgery
- Laparoscopic donor nephrectomy
- General urology
- Urinary tract infections
- Urology in kidney failure patients.
- Leads research on urinary tract infection in kidney transplantation.