Imperial College London

Mr Martin J. Connor

Faculty of MedicineDepartment of Surgery & Cancer

Clinical Research Fellow







5L01East WingCharing Cross Campus





Mr Martin J. Connor is a senior clinical research fellow in Urological Surgery to Professor Hashim U. Ahmed and Mr Mathias Winkler at Imperial Prostate, Department of Surgery and Cancer, Charing Cross Hospital.

Martin's primary research interest is exploring the role of multi-modal local cytoreductive and metastasis-directed therapy in men with newly diagnosed metastatic prostate cancer. He is the national clinical research fellow for the multicentre randomised controlled trial IP2-ATLANTA -  on which his doctoral thesis is based.

Martin has received grant funding from the Wellcome Trust and University College London Hospital Charity. He is also the co-PI for the multicentre study IP5-MATTER with Professor Hashim U. Ahmed. 

Twitter: @Connor_Urol




Research Awards: 

  • American Urological Association (AUA) 2020 Meeting Best Moderated Poster - Prostate Cancer Screening 
  • Malcolm Coptcoat Prize BAUS / RSM Urology 2019 - Virtual Urology Clinic



Eldred-Evans D, Burak P, Connor M, et al., 2020, Population-based prostate cancer screening with Magnetic Resonance or Ultrasound Imaging: The IP1-PROSTAGRAM study, Jama Oncology

Connor M, Smith A, Saiful M, et al., 2020, Targeting oligometastasis with stereotactic ablative radiation therapy or surgery in metastatic hormone-sensitive prostate cancer: a systematic review of prospective clinical trials, European Urology Oncology, Vol:3, ISSN:2588-9311, Pages:582-593

Connor MJ, Dasgupta P, Ahmed HU, et al., 2020, Autonomous surgery in the era of robotic urology: friend or foe of the future surgeon?, Nature Reviews Urology, ISSN:1759-4812

McManus A, Connor MJ, Desai A, et al., 2020, The hard truth regarding cycling and erectile dysfunction?, Sexual Medicine Reviews, ISSN:2050-0521

McLean KA, 2020, Perioperative intravenous contrast administration and the incidence of acute kidney injury after major gastrointestinal surgery: prospective, multicentre cohort study, British Journal of Surgery, Vol:107, ISSN:0007-1323, Pages:1023-1032

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