Prof Rustom Manecksha
Areas of Specialty
- Kidney Stone Disease
- Irish Medical Council
A graduate from the School of Medicine, University College Dublin in 2000, Rustom Manecksha was awarded his M.D. from Trinity College Dublin for his work on prostate cancer progression to androgen independence. 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.
On completion of his clinical fellowship in 2013, Prof. Manecksha returned to a locum consultant position in St. James’s Hospital running the National Cancer Control Programme’s rapid access prostate clinic. He was subsequently appointed Consultant Urological Surgeon in St. James’s and Tallaght Hospitals, Dublin in 2014. He is currently Clinical Lead in Urology at Tallaght University Hospital and the National Training Programme Director for Urology. Prof. Manecksha was the first urologist to introduce the Urolift® procedure for BPH in the Irish public health system (HSE).