Mr Tim Dudderidge is a highly trained consultant urologist based in Southampton, who specialises in robotic prostate surgery, High Intensity focused ultrasound (HIFU), cryoablation of the prostate, and urological cancer diagnostics, among other things. He is an expert at treating benign prostate disease and is regarded as one of the UK's leaders in managing prostate cancer.
Mr Dudderidge qualified from the University of Bristol and trained in London at King's College Hospital, University College Hospital, Imperial Healthcare and the Royal Marsden Hospital. He embarked on a Royal College of Surgeons Uro-Oncology Fellowship at Imperial in 2009 and subsequently was the UK’s First Robotic Surgery Fellow at the Royal Marsden. His training has also included a two-year research period as Lecturer in Molecular Uro-Pathology, for which he was awarded two masters degrees. He also holds an MD (Doctor of Medicine) from the University of Bristol for his work on "Minichromosome Maintenance Proteins (MCMs) in Urological cancer Management".
Mr Dudderidge has been one of the key specialists at University Hospital Southampton who, in the past few years, has helped transform the prostate service with innovative developments in both diagnosis and treatment of prostate conditions, including high-intensity focused ultrasound, focal cryotherapy, and the introduction of a robotic surgery service.
Mr Dudderidge is also the President of Doctors of the World UK, a charity which is part of the Medcins du Monde network of International Humanitarian Non-Governmental Organisations that seek to ensure access to healthcare for all.