Rizwan Hamid is a Consultant Urological Surgeon at University College London Hospitals and London Spinal Injuries Unit, Stanmore, UK.
He specialises in Neurourology and Female and Reconstructive Urology.
His research involved investigating fertility problems in spinal cord injury men at London Spinal Injuries Unit, Stanmore. He did his fellowship in reconstructive urology at the Institute of Urology, London.
His areas of interest are male and female voiding dysfunction, urinary incontinence, overactive bladder syndrome, bladder dysfunction, management of complex bladder injuries after abdominal surgery, treatment of complicated urinary tract infections and chronic pelvic pain syndrome. He has a keen interest in bladder dysfunction after neurological diseases.
He is heavily involved in teaching undergraduate and postgraduate students both nationally and internationally. He is regularly invited to lecture on courses run by BAUS, EAU and ICS. He is on the teaching faculty of the European School of Urology and has been invited to give lectures in various International Conferences. He is invited to review articles for most of Urology Journals.
He is a Board member of BAUS and EAU sections of Female and Functional Urology. He sits on the Standardisation Committee of the International Continence Society. He is co-chair of steering group of ICS for Terminology in Neuro-Urology and member of guidelines panel in Neuro-Urology for EAU.
He has published around 60 papers and presented more than 100 abstract in international meetings. He has authored more than 10 book chapters.