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UCL Division of Surgery & Interventional Science
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Mr JOSEPH NORRIS profile picture
  • Student
  • Div of Surgery & Interventional Sci
  • Faculty of Medical Sciences

Joseph is a Specialist Registrar in Urological Surgery in the London Deanery. He holds an MRC PhD Fellowship at University College London. His research interest is mpMRI-inconspicuous prostate cancer, under the supervision of Professor Mark Emberton.

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Research Summary

Joseph has had a broad research experience, encompassing educational, clinical and basic science projects, that started during his early years at medical school. Below are a few selected research projects that Joseph has been involved with:

- MRI Conspicuity in Prostate Cancer Diagnosis (University College London). 2016-19.

- Modelling Prostate Biopsy in the Era of MRI  (University College London). 2018.

- Inter-Observer Agreement for Prostate MRI Reporting (Northwick Park Hospital). 2018.

- Sexual Function post-HIFU for Prostate Cancer (University College London). 2016-18.

- Prolonged Bladder Outflow Surgery Waiting-list Times (Addenbrooke’s Hospital). 2015-17.

- Germinal Centre Humoral Alloimmunity (University of Cambridge). 2014.

- Bladder Dysfunction Post-Renal Transplantation (University of Cambridge). 2014-18.

- DISCOVER Study (Addenbrooke’s Hospital). 2014.

- Optimising Vascular Access Surveillance (King’s College Hospital). 2012-14.

- Laminar Resorption in OOKP (National OOKP Centre). 2011-14.

- Surgical Simulation & Education (Royal Sussex County Hospital). 2011-13.

- Analysis of aPKC in Zebrafish Neurogenesis (MRC Centre for Dev Neurobiology, KCL). 2010-13.

Teaching Summary

Joseph enjoys teaching and supervising medical students and junior doctors, and has held numerous formal and informal university and hospital educational roles, including:

- Anatomy Demonstrator (St George’s University London). 2017.

Anatomy Demonstrator (Imperial College London). 2016.

- OSCE Examiner (University College London). 2016.

- Module Tutor (University College London). 2016.

- Clinical Supervisor (University of Cambridge). 2014-15.

- ‘Surgery for Schools’ Regional Lead (Royal College of Surgeons of England). 2011-12.

- Anatomy Demonstrator (Brighton & Sussex Medical School). 2011-12.

- Peer-Teacher (Brighton & Sussex Medical School). 2011-12.

- Surgical Skills Tutor (Brighton & Sussex Medical School Surgical Society). 2009-12.

- Airway Management Tutor (Brighton & Sussex Medical School Surgical Society). 2009-12.

01-JAN-2019 – 01-JAN-2022 MRC (UK) Clinical Research Training Fellow UCL Division of Surgery & Interventional Science University College London, United Kingdom
01-OCT-2018 – 01-OCT-2019 Royal College of Surgeons of England Research Fellow UCL Division of Surgery & Interventional Science University College London, United Kingdom
01-OCT-2015 – 01-OCT-2018 NIHR Academic Clinical Fellow in Urological Surgery UCL Division of Surgery & Interventional Science University College London, United Kingdom
01-AUG-2013 – 01-AUG-2015 Academic Foundation Doctor in Surgery Department of Surgery University of Cambridge, United Kingdom
Academic Background
2016   Master of Science University College London
2013   Bachelor of Medicine & Bachelor of Surgery University of Sussex
2010   Bachelor of Science (Honours) King's College London
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