Mr Patki is a renal cancer surgeon at the Specialist Centre for Kidney Cancer at the Royal Free Hospital and clinical lead for urology at Barts Health NHS Trust. He is also director and lead surgeon of the Robotic Urological Surgery Programme, and lead for the renal cancer surgical pathway, at The Royal London Hospital.
In addition to renal cancer, his interests include a wide spectrum of robotic and laparoscopic renal surgery including robotic pyeloplasty (removing a blockage in one of the ureters) for benign kidney conditions such as pelvi-ureteric junction obstruction and renal cyst treatment, urological conditions such as diagnosis of blood in urine, endourology, urinary stone disease, urological cancer, benign prostate enlargement, bladder outflow symptoms and overactive bladder.
Mr Patki has undertaken research in fertility in spinal cord injury patients at the world-famous London Spinal Cord Injury Centre at Stanmore in collaboration with Imperial College London. He has published many scientific papers and written reviews, letters and book chapters on variety of urological conditions.
He is an honorary lecturer at the division of surgery and interventional science and a faculty member of Chitra Sethia Laparoscopic and Robotic Training Centre, both at UCL
Research interests include renal cancer, robotic surgery and pelvi-ureteric junction obstruction (PUJO)