Matthew Bultitude graduated from the United Medical and Dental Schools of Guy’s and St. Thomas’ Hospitals (UMDS) in London in 1997.
After basic surgical training he undertook a dedicated period of research and published several articles about urolithiasis. He wrote an MSc thesis on “The effect of flexible ureteroscopy on renal function”. He undertook higher surgical training at various hospitals in London and won several prizes in his training for clinical research in stone disease including the “Best of BAUS” in 2010. He then undertook a fellowship at the Alfred Hospital in Melbourne at The Alfred Hospital before taking up his appointment as Consultant Urological Surgeon at Guy’s and St. Thomas’ in London where he has been head of the stone unit and is now the clinical lead for the urology department. He has a special interest in cystinuria and the Guy’s cystinuria clinic now has had over 200 patients referred to it.
He has published widely and is the editor for the textbook ‘Symptoms and Signs of Surgical Disease’. He has been an invited speaker at BAUS, EAU, AUA, WCE and SIU. He has taught on courses at BAUS and the EAU on ureteroscopy and social media. He is the Senior Secretary of the Urology Section of The Royal Society of Medicine and is an Associate Editor for the BJUI. @mattbultitude