Mr Oliver Kayes is currently appointed as a Consultant Urologist and Honorary Senior Lecturer at Leeds Teaching Hospitals. He is one of the UK’s leading surgeons specialising in male factor infertility, benign prostate conditions, male sexual dysfunction and reconstructive surgery.
He completed his surgical training in Cambridge and London.
He published his research degree exploring novel diagnostic and therapeutic targets in penile cancer and was awarded the prestigious Hunterian Professorship in 2010 by the Royal College of Surgeons of England. He currently acts as reviewer for several international urology journals and is a faculty member of the F1000 research portfolio.
He is a Fellow of the European Committee of Sexual Medicine.
Mr Kayes delivers care for men with low or absent sperm counts seeking to father children both naturally and through assisted conception (IVF). He remains deeply involved in male health projects and in his spare time is an avid cricket and rugby fan.