Professor Sukhbinder (Suks) Minhas is an internationally-respected and award-winning consultant urologist and andrologist based in London. He specialises in treating male fertility, Peyronie's disease and penile surgery alongside penile cancer. Professor Minhas privately practises at London Andrology, The Evewell Clinic and the Lister Hospital. He also practises for the NHS at Imperial College London.
Professor Minhas, who is one of the few dedicated andrology surgeons in the UK, was the recipient of the prestigious Karl Storz Telescope, an award given to specialists who have made a significant and lasting contribution to British urology. He is widely regarded as a expert in the field and draws on his wealth of clinical experience in fertility to improve the lives of those under his care.
Professor Mihas' educational achievements complement his impressive career credentials. He qualified from the University of Sheffield with an MB ChB and has a commended research degree from the University of Leeds. He also completed post fellowship training in andrology at University College London.
Professor Mihas is recognised as a key international opinion leader in his field and his andrology work has been published extensively in over 170 peer-reviewed papers and also in textbooks. He is a referee for a number of scientific journals and a member of international guideline committees including the European Association of Urology (EAU) guidelines on male sexual and reproductive health (2020).
Professor Minhas is also a respected speaker, having chaired over 80 national and international scientific sessions and has given almost 300 lectures as an invited presenter. He also co-ordinated fellowship training programmes and is actively involved in the teaching and training of surgeons in the UK.
Professor Minhas is a board member of European Society of Andrological Urology (ESAU), the EAU and a faculty member of the European School of Urology (ESU). Furthermore, he was the previous chairman of the British Association of Urological Surgeons' (BAUS) section of andrology.