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Dr. Rustom Manecksha, MD


"Dr Rustom Manecksha graduated from the School of Medicine, University College Dublin in 2000 and was awarded his MD from Trinity College Dublin in 2007. After higher surgical training in Ireland, he completed a 2-year Endourology Fellowship at the Austin Hospital in Melbourne, Australia.

He was the recipient of the Anthony Walsh/Ipsen/RCSI Travelling Fellowship, the Ethicon Travelling Fellowship and the RCSI Travelling Fellowship. He was then appointed Consultant Urological Surgeon in St. James’s and Tallaght University Hospitals, Dublin in 2014. He is the Clinical Lead in Urology in St. James’s Hospital.

He has subspecialty fellowship training in endourology, kidney stone disease, minimal access renal surgery and BPH. He has an active clinical research profile with national and international collaborations as well as links with the Institute of Molecular Medicine, Trinity Centre for Health Sciences."

Source : Beacon Hospital

Dublin, Ireland

Work Experience

Consultant Urological Surgeon
Since 2018
Beacon Hospital, Dublin, Ireland
Consultant Urological Surgeon
Since 2014
Tallaght University Hospital, Dublin, Ireland
Consultant Urological Surgeon Clinical Lead in Urology
Since 2013
St James Hospital, Dublin,Ireland


FRCS, Urological Surgery
Royal College of Surgeons, Dublin, Ireland
MD, Urological Surgery
Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland
2001 to 2003
Royal College of Surgeons, Dublin, Ireland


MRI for clinically suspected prostate cancer-the disparity between private and public sectors.
Irish journal of medical science Read it here Re: Intravesical Gentamicin Treatment for Recurrent Urinary Tract Infections Caused by Multidrug Resistant Bacteria.
The Journal of urology Read it here Urinary catheters in the emergency department: a prospective audit to improve quality control.
Central European journal of urology Read it here