Andy Thomas is a Consultant Urological Surgeon who has worked for 21 years in South Wales, UK in the NHS and private sector. He is also chairman, trustee and co-founder of the national prostate charity, Prostate Cymru.
He has a special interest in minimal invasive BPH surgery and prostate cancer diagnostics.
He was involved in the development of bipolar TURP (TURiS) and more recently robotic aquablation. He was the joint Principal Investigator of the Goliath Study and is also an investigator in the Water study.
He leads a perineal prostate biopsy service for South Wales that includes MRI fusion of targeted lesions of the prostate.
Over the last 2 years, he has worked at the Rutherford Centre, Newport, the first proton beam centre in the UK to treat prostate cancer.