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Vaibhav is a Consultant Urological Surgeon and Andrologist at the Manchester Andrology Centre, Manchester Royal Infirmary, Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust. Having joined the North West of England's regional centre for male sexual and reproductive health (Andrology), he is now one of the highest-volume penile prosthesis and Peyronie's disease surgeons in the UK. He mentors surgeons around Europe in the infra pubic penile implant technique. Vaibhav is also part of the reproductive medicine team at St Mary's Hospital as a male factor infertility surgeon specialising in microscopic techniques.
Vaibhav undertook his undergraduate degree in Southampton, completing his surgical training in Manchester and Birmingham. During training, he gained, with merit, a master's degree in Leadership for Health Service improvement at the University of Birmingham. He went on to undertake an international fellowship in Western Australia (Perth) at one of the largest tertiary teaching hospitals in the country, where he was nominated for trainee of the year. On returning to the UK, he completed a further one-year specialist fellowship in Andrology at the internationally renowned University College London Hospitals, Institute of Andrology. He has also completed specialist training in erectile dysfunction surgery in one of the USA's highest-volume penile surgery centres.
Vaibhav is an active researcher and strong advocate for Men's health issues. His work has, and continues to, result in numerous international research publications. He is the associate surgical speciality lead for Andrological research at the British Association of Urological Surgeons and Royal College of Surgeons, England. He has previously served on the European Association of Urologists (EAU) Male sexual and reproductive health guidelines panel.
He sits on several professional committees, including the International Society of Sexual Medicine (ISSM) young researchers and clinicians committee, the American Urological Association (AUA) international research working group, and the British Association of Urological Surgeons (BAUS) Executive committee for Andrology and Genito-Urethral Surgery.