Oliver James Wiseman is a Consultant Urologist based at Addenbrookes Hospital, Cambridge where he is specialises in the treatment urinary stone disease.
Oliver qualified from The University of Cambridge, and following basic surgical training, he undertook a period of research in London. His main research interests are in the development of PROMs for stone disease, and he has published widely on stone disease. He is currently the PI on a large randomised study looking at the management of lower pole stones, PURE, due to publish its results in 2023/24.
He has been the Training Programme Director for urology registrars in the East of England and is actively involved in training medical students in Cambridge. He also runs national training courses teaching other urologists how to perform surgery for patients with renal stones. He has been invited to national and international meetings over the last few years to lecture and perform live surgery for stone patients.
He regularly welcomes other surgeons from the UK and overseas to observe surgery and is at the forefront of introducing new techniques for his patients, with the introduction of supine PCNL and UMP (ultra-mini PCNL). He was one of the first surgeons in the UK to have introduced these new techniques.
He is an ex-treasurer and trustee of BAUS, was on the committee of the BAUS Section of Endourology, and was on the organising committee for the World Congress of Endourology, which was held in London in 2015.
He works at the following hospitals:
•Addenbrooke's Hospital, Cambridge
•Spire Cambridge Lea, Cambridge
•Nuffield Health Cambridge Hospital
Cambridge University Hospitals, NHS Foundation Trust, Hills Road
CB2 0QQ Cambridge, United Kingdom