Mr Thomas Leslie completed his undergraduate training at the University of Bristol in 2000, and following his graduation undertook his basic surgical training at the Bristol Royal Infirmary. He came to Oxford in 2004 to work in the urology department and completed a DPhil in Surgery at the University of Oxford.
He was then appointed as a Clinical Lecturer in Urology in the Nuffield Department of Surgical Sciences; in this post, he combined research with specialist registrar training in Urology in the Oxford Deanery. In 2013, he was appointed to his current post as a Consultant Urological Surgeon in Oxford and Milton Keynes. His main clinical areas of interest are minimally invasive and robotic surgery, the management of prostate cancer and vasectomy outcomes.
Mr Leslie is an Honorary Senior Clinical Lecturer in the Nuffield Department of Surgical Science, University of Oxford; he delivers undergraduate teaching in surgery and urology to clinical medical students and is the lead tutor for the ‘Surgical Technology and Robotics’ module of the MSc in Surgical Science and Practice. He is a Sub Theme Leader in the Surgical Innovation and Technology Theme of the NIHR Biomedical Research Centre in Oxford.
Mr Leslie is married with two children. Outside work, he describes himself as ‘a mad keen sports fan’ and plays – or watches – cricket and golf when family life allows.
Sub Theme Leader in the Surgical Innovation and Technology Theme of the NIHR Biomedical Research Centre in Oxford.
Current NHS post
Consultant Urological Surgeon, Oxford University Hospitals NHS Trust and Milton Keynes NHS Foundation Trust.
Royal College of Radiologists
Royal College of Physicians
Tel: 01865 307777