Qualifications: MBBS (AIIMS, New Delhi), MS General Surgery (AIIMS, New Delhi), MCh Urology (AIIMS, New Delhi), FRCS (Urol) (Royal College of Surgeons of Glasgow)
Rohit completed his undergraduate degree and initial surgical and urological training at the prestigious All India Institute of Medical Science (AIIMS). He then moved to Yorkshire for further training. He became a consultant in uro-oncology at the Mid Yorkshire Trust in 2006, before moving to Bradford Teaching Hospitals in 2013, where he has carried out robotic pelvic surgery for urological cancers.
He has performed more than 500 radical pelvic cancer surgeries for both prostate and bladder cancers, and contributes to national audits of his practice through the British Association of Urological Surgeons.
Rohit has been on British Urology Foundation and Urology Foundation fellowships to centres of excellence in uro-oncology, including the Cleveland Clinic and Vanderbilt in the USA; Lueven in Belgium and Guys Hospital and UCLH in London.
He has had 30 articles published in peer reviewed journals and has made 40 presentations in international meetings. He is currently the lead clinician for urological cancers at Bradford Teaching Hospitals, and the regional lead for urological audits in Yorkshire.
He organises an annual robotic masterclass (NERUS) at BTHFT. In recognition of his clinical research over the years, he has been awarded nine clinical excellence awards.
Clinical interests: General urology – diagnostic and therapeutic management (medical and surgical) of prostate and bladder conditions, specialist treatment for prostate and bladder cancer, robotic surgery
Professional memberships: Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons, Member of the European Association of Urology, Member of the British Association of Urological Surgeons, Member of the Urological Society of India, Member of the Societe Internationale d’Urologie.