Medical Director, Flare-Health, Amstelveen and senior lecturer of Clinical Sexology at the RINO-Amsterdam, Netherlands. Co-director of ESSM School of Sexual Medicine, honorary and visiting Professor for urology of the Russian Federal Institute of Urology, Moscow and the Shanghai Institute of Andrology of the Medical School of Shanghai Jiao Tong University. Past-President of the ESSM, Past-President of the Multidisciplinary Joint Committee on Sexual Medicine (MJCSM), for which he receives Silver Decoration of Honour from the UEMS.
Ege Can Serefoglu has a Medical Doctor degree from Turkey and has completed a residency in urology. After practicing as a urologist for 2 years, he has worked as a post-doctorate research fellow at Tulane University Department of Urology, Division of Andrology, USA. He has received “Amsterdam Young Scientist Award” in 2012 and “European Society for Sexual Medicine – Award of Excellence” in 2018. He is actively working in professional organizations such as Turkish Association of Urology, European Association of Urology (EAU), European Society for Sexual Medicine (ESSM) and International Society of Sexual Medicine (ISSM). Currently, he is serving as the Editor-in-Chief of International Journal of Impotence Research journal and working as a private urologist in Turkey.
Mr. Daniar Osmonov PhD, MD is associate professor and head of the division of andrology at University Medical Center Schleswig-Holstein, Campus Kiel, Germany. Dr. Osmonov is recognized European high-volume implanter. He is an expert in the field of penile reconstructive surgery, penile prosthesis, robotic assisted surgery and laparoscopy. Over the years, Dr Osmonov has been responsible for prostate cancer clinical research with a major focus on the surgical treatment of recurrent prostate cancer. He is an author and co-author of over 100 scientific publications. He is a chair of the ESSM scientific committee section: female and male reconstructive surgery.
His clinical training has been centred in Manchester, Leeds and Oxford. He has also undertaken an MD based at University College London which has led to a change in international practice for the management of refractory ischaemic priapism. He passed the FRCS (Urol) examination in 2006 and was awarded the Keith Yeates Gold Medal for the most outstanding performance. He has also received national recognition and was awarded the Harold Hopkins Golden Telescope at the BAUS annual meeting 2018 which is awarded to surgeons who have made a significant and lasting contribution to urology within the first 10 years of their appointment.
At a national level he has held positions as chair of the BAUS section of andrology, president of the British Society for Sexual Medicine (BSSM) and executive member for the British Andrology Society simultaneously. He is the current honorary BAUS secretary and BAUS trustee. He is an executive board member of the European Society for Sexual Medicine.
Locally he is the Penile Cancer Lead for the UCLH supra network and has led one of the largest research groups in penile cancer as well as a member of the NCRI Penile Cancer subgroup. He has published over 200 peer reviewed papers in journals which include Lancet Oncology and BMJ and edited six urology textbooks including the textbook of penile cancer which was nominated for the prestigious BMA medical book award in 2012.
Teaching and training the next generation of urologists and consultants has been a key focus since becoming a consultant and he has supervised four MSc (urology) students, two MD students and a PhD student. He launched a vision course for the FRCS (Urol) exam which is based on the successful ‘Viva Practice for the FRCS (Urol)’ book that he has co-edited. He has been involved in a number of urology courses for medical students, trainee urologists and consultants which includes teaching courses at BAUS (as course director), core surgical skills at the RCS (Eng) (course director), and international andrology masterclasses at UCLH as well as the European Society for Sexual Medicine and SIU. In 2014 he organised the inaugural Urology Finishing School course for senior trainees and newly appointed consultants and in 2015 he organised a National Surgical Andrology course for consultants.
Currently, he is the PI and Clinical lead for the hybrid MRI-PET study based at UCLH which has now recruited the largest number of patients for a prospective study on penile cancer internationally. He is a member of the EAU guidelines panel for male sexual dysfunction and has also developed national guidelines for testosterone, erectile dysfunction, and mucosal melanoma. Over the last two years he has led the groups to develop NHS England specialised commissioning policies for penile prosthesis and surgical sperm retrieval which have both been successful and has ensured men’s health conditions are treated uniformly regardless of geographical location in England. He has overseen the development and launch of the National Penile Prosthesis Audit which will be integral to future commissioning.
Nuno Tomada specialized in infertility and Genito-urinary reconstructive surgery. He is also dedicated to teach post graduate students and to train younger urologists in this special field.