Chak-Lam Cho, FRCS(Urology)(Edin), FHKAM(Surgery), FCSHK(Urology)

Division of Urology, Department of Surgery, Kwong Wah Hospital, Hong Kong, China

Dr. Cho holds the position of associate consultant at the Department of Surgery of Kwong Wah Hospital in Hong Kong since 2013.

He obtained his medical degree in 2004 from the Chinese University of Hong Kong. He completed his residency training in Urology at Hong Kong and obtained the Fellowship from the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh in 2012. Dr. Cho was awarded the corporate scholarship from the Hong Kong Hospital Authority and completed his training in male reproductive medicine at the American Center for Reproductive Medicine, Cleveland Clinic, Cleveland and the Center for Male Reproductive Medicine and Microsurgery, Weill-Cornell University, New York in 2015. His interest also includes reconstructive urology and he received training at various centres in USA, Italy and Germany.

Dr. Cho is currently the honorary clinical assistant professor at both the Chinese University of Hong Kong and the University of Hong Kong. He is appointed the trainer for higher surgical training in urology by the College of Surgeons of Hong Kong since 2015. He is a faculty member of the Asian Urological Surgery and Training Education Group and participate in the lower tract surgery training. He has been invited as guest speaker and trainer in various regional meeting and courses.

In addition to benign prostatic hyperplasia-realted surgery and urinary stone surgery, his clinical interest includes varicocelectomy, sperm retrieval techniques and genitourethral reconstructive surgery. He has also published several reviews on oxidative stress and sperm DNA fragmentation in the pathophysiology of male infertility. He is one of the pioneer in the procedure of bipolar transurethral enucleation of the prostate in Hong Kong and has publication on his series.

Chak-Lam can be reached via email and telephone +852-93713734. To learn more about Chak-Lam Cho, visit the website of ResearchGate