Dr Paul Rogers


Special clinical interests in urological oncology, prostate cancer, testicular cancer, renal cancer, bladder and urothelial tract cancer. Metastatic castrate resistant prostate cancer. Oligometastic disease.



Professional profile

Year qualified

Research interests
Principle Investigator for national trials in prostate cancer, testicular cancer, renal cancer and genetics.

Current NHS post
Consultant Clinical Oncologist, Royal Berkshire Hospital, Reading, Berkshire.

Professional memberships
American Society of Clinical Oncologists
American Brachytherapy Society
European Society for Therapeutic Radiology and Oncology
European Association of Urology
Royal College of Radiologists
Royal College of Physicians
British Photodermatology Group
Royal Pharmaceutical Society
British Medical Association

Dr Rogers has been a Consultant Clinical Oncologist at the Royal Berkshire NHS Foundation Trust since 1999, and a previous Training Program Director for Clinical Oncology with the Oxford Deanery and is a regional advisor in Clinical Oncology for the Royal College of Radiologists.

Dr Rogers graduated from St Mary’s Hospital Medical School, London and went on to complete his general medical training in London followed by seven years oncology training at St Bartholomew’s, Mount Vernon, The Middlesex, and The Royal Free Hospitals in London.

ASCO merit award for research in radiosensitivity 1999

Dr Rogers work in Prostate Brachytherapy work has won prizes at the British Uro-Oncology Group 2010 and the UK and Ireland Prostate Brachytherapy Meeting 2017.



  • Oncology