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Dr. Suzanne Biers, MD

Overview

Dr Suzanne Biers Graduated with a distinction in Surgery from St. George’s Medical School, University of London and completed a postgraduate research degree in bladder dysfunction at Oxford University. She is now a Consultant uUologist in Cambridge sub-specialising in male and female voiding dysfunction, incontinence and urinary tract reconstruction.

She is Clinical Lead and Honorary Lecturer for the postgraduate 2-year Urology Masters Degree Course at Anglia Ruskin University. She is active in postgraduate research and teaching courses, including course director for the RCSE Reconstructive Techniques in Urology and The Cambridge Emergency Urology Course. Other teaching courses include the Office of BAUS Education FRCS Urology Revision Course, urological component for the Cambridge Anastomosis Course and BAUS courses on the management of Female Stress Urinary Incontinence and Anatomy for Urologists.

As well as teaching, Suzanne is involved in local audit projects, a member of the Data and Ethics Monitoring Group for NIHR trial, and sub-investigator on national trials.

Cambridge, United Kingdom
Urology
English
1 Course available

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What to do with the moderately wet man, a round table discussion
Urology
Online
Webinar
May 20, 2021
07:00 PM

Work Experience

Consultant Urologist Addenbrooke's Hospital Department of Urology
NHS Foundation Trust, Cambridge University Hospital, UK
Clinical Lead & Honorary Lecturer Postgraduate 2-year Urology Masters Degree Course
ARU, Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge, UK
Course Director
Royal College of Surgeons, UK

Education

MD with Distinction
St. George’s Medical School, University of London, UK
Postgraduate Research Degree, Bladder Dysfunction
University of Oxford, UK

Pubmed

A national UK audit of suprapubic catheter insertion practice and rate of bowel injury with comparison to a systematic review and meta-analysis of available research.
2019
Neurourology and urodynamics Read it here The impact of pelvic floor multidisciplinary team on patient management: the experience of a tertiary unit.
2019
Journal of multidisciplinary healthcare Read it here Results of the British Association of Urological Surgeons female stress urinary incontinence procedures outcomes audit 2014-2017.
2019
BJU international Read it here

Professional Associations

British Association of Urological Surgeons, (BAUS) Executive Committee Member for the Female Section (FNUU)