Professor Marek Miller has been a Consultant Urological Surgeon at Northampton General Hospital since 1998. After studying Psychology he trained in Medicine at University College, London. He completed his basic surgical training at Northwick Park Hospital, London and was then a research fellow in urology at the Royal Free Hospital. He was awarded an MD for his research into male erectile dysfunction and diabetes.
Specialty training was completed on the South West Thames Training Scheme, including St George’s Hospital and the Institute of Urology. He passed the FRCS Urology in 1997 and was admitted to the Specialist Register in 1997.
Professor Miller consults at BMI Three Shires Hospital. He provides a general urology service with special interests in urinary stone disease, prostate diseases, bladder conditions, urological cancers, vasectomy, vasectomy reversal, and sexual dysfunction.
Professor Miller has extensive experience in teaching both undergraduate and postgraduate medicine being a clinical and educational supervisor and examiner. He was Training Programme Director for the Oxford Urology Training Scheme and more recently for the East Midlands. His research interests at Cranfield University have been in the field of non-invasive diagnostics in prostate and bladder cancer. He has run a large number of clinical trials in Northampton and has been a member of the Section of Urology Council at the Royal Society of Medicine since 2003 and is currently the Secretary Elect.