Department of Health Sciences
University of Leicester
I graduated in medicine from the University of Edinburgh in 1990. My early training was completed in Edinburgh, including two years working at the Medical Research Council Centre for Reproductive Biology. I completed my training in Merseyside where I developed an interest in urogynaecology. I took up a position of Senior Lecturer in Urogynaecology at the University of Leicester in April 2002 (Professor of Urogynaecology from 2012) and have now established a portfolio of clinical and laboratory based research in urogynaecology
The Prolapse and Incontinence Research Group has established a strong international reputation for clinical and laboratory research.
Taylor AH, Lambert DG, Willets JM, Tincello DG, Bakali E, et al., (2014). Human urothelial cell lines as potential models for studying cannabinoid and excitatory receptor interactions in the urinary bladder. 387:581-9.