Daniel is a Urology Registrar in North London and an Honorary Research Fellow in the Division of Surgery at Imperial College.
His PhD focused on the development of innovative simulations to develop and understand health policy, together with novel techniques to aid training and preparation for trauma and major incidents both in the UK and abroad.
Daniel also holds a position as a Guidelines Associate for the European Association of Urology
et al., 2017, EAU Guidelines on Non-Muscle-invasive Urothelial Carcinoma of the Bladder: Update 2016, European Urology, Vol:71, ISSN:0302-2838, Pages:447-461
et al., 2015, Is Prebiopsy MRI Good Enough to Avoid Prostate Biopsy? A Cohort Study Over a 1-Year Period, Clinical Genitourinary Cancer, Vol:13, ISSN:1938-0682, Pages:512-517
et al., 2014, Virtual-world hospital simulation for real-world disaster response: design and validation of a virtual reality simulator for mass casualty incident management, Journal of Trauma and Acute Care Surgery, Vol:77, ISSN:2163-0763, Pages:315-321
et al., 2013, Implementation of an Interactive Virtual-World Simulation for Structured Surgeon Assessment of Clinical Scenarios, Journal of the American College of Surgeons, Vol:217, ISSN:1072-7515, Pages:270-279