1st Section of Uro-Oncology Forum, Malaysian Urological Association, Kuala Lumpur, June 2014: “Surgery for locally advanced prostate cancer”
1st Section of Uro-Oncology Forum, Malaysian Urological Association, Kuala Lumpur, June 2014: “Optimising the role of GnRH analogues”
American Urological Association Annual Meeting, Section of Urological Robotic Surgeons, Orlando, May 2014: ”Health technology evaluation of robotic prostatectomy: patterns of care and health-economic analysis”.
26th Thai Urological Association Annual Meeting, Pattaya, April 2014: “High-risk prostate cancer - the contemporary role of surgery”
26th Thai Urological Association Annual Meeting, Pattaya, April 2014: “Androgen deprivation therapy for advanced prostate cancer - minimising risks and optimising benefits”
Declan has a strong academic background and has published extensively in the field of minimally-invasive urology for the management of prostate, renal and bladder cancer. He is Associate Editor of the British Journal of Urology International, Consulting Editor of European Urology, on the Expert Advisory Board of Nature Reviews Urology and the editorial board of the Journal of Robotic Surgery, and is a regular reviewer for The Journal of Urology, Journal of Endourology, Journal of Sexual Medicine, Cancer and many others. He has been an investigator on research grants worth millions of dollars and is actively involved in clinical trials in many areas of urological oncology. He has particular research interests in prostate cancer including active surveillance, radical prostatectomy outcomes, and castrate-resistant prostate cancer.
In addition, Declan has a strong commitment to training and education and is involved in surgical education and training from undergraduate levels at the University of Melbourne, through to post-graduate robotic training for advanced trainees and existing specialists. He lectures to medical students and supervises Scholarly Selective students at undergraduate levels, in addition to supervision of post-graduate higher degrees through the Melbourne School of Graduate Research at the University of Melbourne. Together with Professor Tony Costello he Co-Directs the Melbourne Uro-Oncology Training Program for urology trainees developing expertise in urological oncology and robotic-assisted surgery in particular.
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