Mr Neil Haldar is a leading consultant urological surgeon based in Buckinghamshire. After graduating from King's College Medical School in 1992 Mr Haldar went on to join the Oxford Junior Surgical training program. From there Mr Haldar was awarded by the Royal College of Surgeons the Allinson Foundation Research Fellowship in which he was able to undertake his Master's degree at the Nuffield Department of Surgery in Oxford. Once he completed his specialty urological training, Mr Haldar became the Clinical Lead in laparoscopic urology at the Buckinghamshire NHS Trust.
Mr Haldar is well published in most aspects of urology, with a current focus on researching Enhanced Recovery Surgery. Mr Haldar's main clinical specialties include bladder, prostate and kidney cancer. He is also an expert in minimal access surgery and in 2008 was one of the first UK surgeons to perform a single incision transperitoneal and extraperitoneal laproscopic nephrectomy.