About A/Professor Nick Brook
Associate Professor Nick Brook is a consultant urological surgeon with private practice based at Calvary North Adelaide Hospital. He also holds appointments at the Royal Adelaide Hospital (senior staff specialist) and at the University of Adelaide (Associate Professor in Surgery).
Nick completed surgical urology training in the UK, before undertaking a urological cancer fellowship at the Princess Alexandra Hospital in Brisbane from 2008-2009, and was appointed as a consultant in Adelaide in 2009. He holds Fellowships of both the UK (FRCS Urol) and Australasian (FRACS Urol) Colleges of Surgeons, a Doctor of Medicine higher degree by research (MD), a Bachelor of Medicine, and has extensive basic science training (Bachelor of Science and Master of Science degrees).
He is trained in all aspects of adult urology and has a special interest in urological cancers. He has wide experience in the management of prostate, kidney, bladder and testicular cancer, including minimally invasive robotic surgery for prostate and kidney cancer. Nick recently spent a six-month full time fellowship in Europe in studying advanced robotic prostate and kidney surgery.
Nick is a also high volume open cancer surgeon, as well as undertaking high and low dose rate brachytherapy for prostate cancer.
His research interests encompass novel treatments for prostate and kidney cancer, and he is the lead urologist on a number of clinical trials based at the Royal Adelaide Hospital. He has published extensively in peer-reviewed journals. He is the Director of Urological Cancer at the RAH urology department, and is Chair of the urological cancer multidisciplinary team there.
Further clinical information is available by following this link www.nickbrookurology.com