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Mr Senthil Nathan is a consultant urological surgeon who specialises in robotics and minimally invasive surgery.

Specialties and sub-specialties

Urology
Uro-oncology
Minimally invasive therapy
Prostate

Professional profile

Senthil Nathan is a Consultant Urological Surgeon and Honorary Clinical Senior Lecturer, working at UCLH and is Director of Robotic Education in Chitra Sethia Centre for Robotics and Minimally Invasive Surgery.

After graduating MBBS with honours from The Madras Medical College, Senthil completed his Masters in Surgery from Bangalore Medical College where he won The Association of Surgeons of India Gold Medal for securing the highest mark in the surgical exit exam. While working as an Assistant Surgeon in The Church of South India Hospital in Bangalore he was one among the first candidates to be selected by the Royal College of Surgeons of England to continue specialist training in the Overseas Training Scheme.

After working in general surgery and obtaining FRCS in Yorkshire he obtained a Diploma in Urology while working at Royal Free Hospital. He secured an Honorary Lecturer position at Guys Hospital to develop robotic techniques in urology. Along with Mr John Wickham and colleagues from The Imperial College he developed The Probot, and carried out the first true robotic surgery in the world.

Clinical interests

  • Prostate cancer
  • Urological cancers
  • Minimally invasive therapeutic treatments, including Laparoscopic and Robotic Surgery
  • Kidney cancer

Robotics expertise

Mr Nathan has been using robots in his practice for ten years using the da Vinci®. He developed the Probot, and carried out the first true robotic surgery in the world. 

Current posts

  • Whittington Hospital NHS Trust
  • UCLH NHS Foundation Trust

Articles

Q&A: Mr Senthil Nathan
Consultant urologist and robotic surgery pioneer on ClinicSafe, a major development in the treatment of prostate cancer.

Personal interests

Mr Senthil Nathan enjoys tennis as a hobby.