BSc (Med) (UNSW)
MBBS (1st Class Honours, UNSW)
IMGSS (RCS Ed)
Dr James Thompson is a robotic, laparoscopic, endoscopic and open urological surgeon with sub-speciality expertise in the diagnosis and treatment of prostate and bladder cancer using the latest techniques in robotic surgery, focal therapy, MRI and PSMA-PET, precision image-guided biopsy, discovery of genomic biomarkers in urine/ blood and tissue and novel drugs that may improve cure rates.
Dr Thompson completed a 6-year Royal Australasian College of Surgeons accredited training program in all aspects of general urology. He then completed a post-graduate fellowship in robotic and open uro-oncology at University College London Hospital, then was appointed at UCLH as a consultant robotic and open uro- oncologic surgeon.
In 2018, he accepted an offer to return to Sydney as a staff specialist Uro-Oncologist at St George Hospital, a HMO at St Vincents Hospital and a VMO St Vincents Clinic in order to provide state of the art cancer care to the Australian community, and to continue cutting edge cancer research in partnership with the Garvan Institute/ Kinghorn Cancer Centre, APCRC, ANZUP, St George Exosome Research Unit and UNSW.