Dr Paul Crowe is a leading interventional radiologist based in both London and Birmingham. After graduating from Trinity College Medical School, Dublin in 1988 Dr Crowe went on to complete five years of specialist radiology and interventional radiology training. Following this Dr Crowe joined Birmingham Heartlands Hospital, part of University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Trust, where he has been a Consultant Interventional Radiologist since 1998.
With an extensive experience, both in the NHS and privately, Dr Crowe has influenced interventional radiology practices and set up new services. This includes being one of the first to offer uterine fibroid embolisation in the UK, a treatment he has now performed over 6000 times. In addition to carrying out interventional radiology treatment procedures, Dr Crowe undertakes diagnostic radiology scans, such as ultrasounds, MRI scans and CT scans. Dr Crowe's areas of expertise include embolisation of uterine fibroids, adenomyosis, pelvic congestion syndrome, varioceles, treating benign prostate enlargement and supporting cancer treatment services by providing venous access (portacath, Hickman line, PICC line).
Further to Dr Crowe's clinical achievements, he is also involved in research and speaks frequently at medical conferences. He has spoken on numerous occasions about uterine fibroid embolisation and has been the leading individual contributor to the UK Fibroid Embolisation Registry. He is co-founder of the Birmingham Fibroid Clinic and is also kept busy with various chairmanship positions for hospitals and his advisory capacity to the National Institute of Health and Care Excellence.