Prof. Anthony R. Mundy is a urologist from London, U.K. He is currently professor of urology at the University of London at Royal Free and University College London School of Medicine. He serves as the medical director of the University College London Hospital National Health Service Trust.
Professor Mundy graduated in 1971 from St. Mary’s Hospital Medical School and completed his urological training at Guy’s Hospital. He became a Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons of England in 1975 and currently is consultant surgeon at St. Peter’s Hospital, London.
He has established himself as a leader in numerous societies, including the Royal College of Surgeons, where he has served as chairman of their research board, Hunterian Orator, Moynihan lecturer, and Vicary lecturer, as well as other important positions. He is past-president of the British Association of Urological Surgeons and recipient of the St. Peter’s Medal.
His hundreds of scientific publications and numerous book publications in the field of urological reconstruction have helped to set standards of surgical practice worldwide. As an outstanding surgeon, he is asked to speak and demonstrate his surgical skills worldwide. He has traveled the world contributing to many developing nations by training and teaching local surgeons methods of reconstructing complex urological conditions. His international contribution has resulted in his selection of honorary fellowship and membership in numerous prominent organizations.
He is highly respected for his research and contributions to the literature. Professor Mundy’s discoveries have advanced the field of urological surgery in major ways, particularly in reconstructive surgery. He is considered one of the world’s most talented and creative reconstructive urological surgeons.
I am privileged to present Professor Mundy for Honorary Fellowship in the American College of Surgeons.