Lisa Smyth is a Consultant Urological Surgeon, who has a special interest in urinary incontinence (male & female), overactive bladder and reconstructive surgery.
Lisa graduated with honours from University College Dublin in 2005. She undertook her basic and higher surgical training through the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland.
In 2017, she was awarded the BAUS Subspecialty Fellowship in Female Urology in Leicester, United Kingdom, where she developed a special interest in the management of urinary incontinence and urological reconstruction.Following this, Lisa worked as a Consultant Urologist in the Female, Functional and Reconstructive Urology department of University College London Hospital (UCLH). Lisa was appointed as a Consultant Urologist in Tallaght and St James’s university Hospitals in 2019.
Female & Male Urinary Incontinence, Reconstructive Urology, Urinary tract infections, General, Emergency, Diagnostic and Acute Urology.
Education and Experience:
MB BCh BAO, University College Dublin, 2005 (Hons).
IMRCS, Royal College of Surgeons, 2007.
Graduate Diploma in Healthcare Management (HSM), Institute of Commercial Management, Dublin 2009.
Doctor of Medicine Degree (MD), University College Dublin, 2010.
Higher Surgical Training in Urology, Royal College of Surgeons, Ireland.
Fellowship in Urology (FRCS Urol), Royal College of Surgeons Ireland, 2014.
Fellowship in Female & Reconstructive Urology, University hospitals Leicester 2017.
Consultant Urologist, University College London Hospital, 2017-2018.
British Urological Foundation research grant.
Gussie Mehigan scholarship, Royal College of Surgeons Ireland & University College Dublin.
Irish Society of Urology, Best Clinical Research Paper.
Medical Trainee Scholarship, University College Dublin.
Sean Malone Gold medal, University College Dublin.
Dr HH Stewart Medical scholarship, silver medal, National College of Ireland.
Tallaght University & St. James’s University Hospitals