Chair and Professor of Urology
Imperial College London
Hashim is currently Chair and Professor of Urology at Imperial College London.
Hashim qualified from the University of Oxford where he attended St Peters College and Linacre College. Whilst he was a student he was awarded the William Osler Prize in Medicine. He then held house office posts in Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Birmingham and University Hospitals Manchester before returning to Oxford for an Anatomy Prosector post. Hashim then held senior house jobs in surgery on the Royal Free Hospital, London rotation followed by specialist registrar posts at West Middlesex Hospital, Charing Cross Hospital/Imperial College, University College Hospital and Watford General Hospital as part of the Imperial College Urology Rotation.
He was a Pelican Cancer Foundation Research Fellow followed by a MRC Clinician Research Training fellowship at University College London at which time a number of imaging and focal therapy trials were started. His research interests are in Health Technology Evaluation including multi-parametric MRI, Histoscanning, Tissue Type Imaging, as well as therapeutic interventions such as high intensity focused ultrasound, irreversible electroporation, photodynamic therapy, cryotherapy and radiofrequency ablation. He has completed numerous phase I/II clinical trials evaluating the role of focal therapy in prostate cancer and is lead PI and Co-PI in a number of multicentre trials including the UK NIHR-HTA funded study NCRN PROMIS study evaluating the role of multi-parametric MRI in men with a raised PSA using Template Prostate Mapping as the reference standard as well as NCRN INDEX, a multicentre focal therapy study using HIFU with 3 year follow-up and NCRN FORECAST. He held a £1.2M MRC Clinician Scientist Fellowship for 5 years and has a total grant income of £5M as lead applicant and £8M in total as co-applicant. He was Reader in Urology and Consultant Urological Surgeon at University College London from 2013 to 2016.
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