Mr Satish Maddineni graduated from the University Of Edinburgh Medical School in 1996. His basic surgical training was at the University Hospital of Wales in Cardiff. After a 2 year period of research in Bladder and Prostate cancer with Cancer Research UK, based at the Christie Hospital in Manchester, Mr Maddineni gained the higher degree of MD in targeted therapies in the treatment of muscle invasive bladder cancer affiliated to the University of Manchester.
His higher specialist Urology training has been undertaken in the North West Deanery with specialist urological oncology surgical training throughout at tertiary cancer centres. Mr Maddineni has also undertaken further training in laparoscopic radical bilateral nerve sparing prostatectomy at the Erasmus University in Brussels, Belgium under the mentorship of one of Europe’s leading minimally invasive laparoscopic prostate cancer surgeons.
Mr Maddineni was appointed as a Consultant Urologist at Mid Cheshire NHS Foundation Trust where he was the Cancer Lead and subsequently the Clinical Lead for the Urology department. He was involved with the successful amalgamation of urological cancer services with Stockport NHS Trust.
Relocating to Manchester, Mr Maddineni is now the lead in minimally invasive urological surgery at Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust, one of the North West’s premier urological units and NHS Trusts. Here he mentors surgical trainees and fellow Consultants in minimally invasive surgical techniques. He has also recently been appointed as the Cancer Lead for Urological Surgery at the Trust.