Hassan Razvi graduated from the University of Saskatchewan College of Medicine, SK, Canada, in 1988. After a one-year rotating internship in Akron, Ohio, he then went on to complete urology residency training at The University of Western Ontario (UWO). Fellowship training then followed in endourology at UWO and in prostate disorders at the New York Hospital-Cornell Medical Centre in New York City. He joined the faculty at UWO in 1995. During his career, Dr. Razvi has held a number of leadership positions locally and nationally, including the Urology Residency Program Director, the President of the Medical Staff Organization, and the Chairman of the Canadian Urological Association Research Scholarship Foundation. Dr. Razvi is currently a Professor and the Chair of the Division of Urology at The University of Western Ontario and the Chief of Urology at St. Joseph's Health Care London and the London Health Sciences Centre. He is also a Treasurer and the President Elect of the Northeastern Section of the American Urological Association and the Chairman of the Guidelines Committee of the Canadian Urological Association. He is the author of over 90 scientific papers and 9 book chapters. He has been a guest professor at over 100 universities, national meetings, or instructional courses throughout the world and is a member of many national and international associations. His clinical and research interests include medical and surgical treatments for benign prostatic hyperplasia and metabolic and surgical aspects of urinary stone disease.
Biography Updated on 8 February 2011