Mr Hussain Alnajjar
BSc(MedSci), MCh (Urol), FRCS, (Urol), FEBU
Consultant Urological Surgeon
Male factor infertility and testicular sperm extraction
Microsurgical varicocele treatment
Microsurgical reversal of vasectomy
Erectile dysfunction and Penile prosthesis surgery
Peyronie's disease and its surgical correction
Genito-urethral oncology (penile and testicular cancer)
Male Genital reconstruction
All testicular conditions
Mr Hussain Alnajjar completed his pre-clinical Medicine at St Andrews University in Scotland, and clinical Medicine at University College London Medical School (UCL).
He undertook academic training with a Master of Surgery degree at the University of Edinburgh in Urology, passing with Distinction. He received broad training in all disciplines of Urology, and completed his higher surgical training at Addenbrooke’s Hospital in Cambridge and Norfolk & Norwich University Hospitals. He undertook his advanced fellowship in surgical andrology and genito-urethral oncology at the world-renowned specialist Andrology unit at UCLH, further refining his specialist skills and performing cutting-edge surgery.
Hussain has a dual-qualification, being awarded Fellowships with The Royal College of Surgeons of England FRCS (Urol) and the European Board of Urology (FEBU). He has won several awards and prizes for his clinical and academic achievements, including a coveted award from The Royal Society of Medicine.
Hussain has published widely in a number of high impact factor peer-reviewed medical journals and is actively involved in research in his field. He has extensively presented his work at national and international conferences including being an invited speaker at international conferences. He has written numerous book chapters and has co-authored a textbook within the field of Andrology.
Hussain is a keen mentor and trainer. He is a Urology tutor for UCL medical students and the MCh (Urol) Master's degree course for the Andrology module. He is also a faculty member & examiner for the FRCS (Urol) revision course.