Associate Professor Paul Sved is a consultant Urological Surgeon with appointments at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, Bankstown / Lidcombe Hospital and Strathfield Private Hospital. He is also a clinical Associate Professor at the University of Sydney and is involved in undergraduate and postgraduate surgical teaching and cancer research.
After graduating from the University of Sydney with honours degrees in Science and Medicine, A/Prof Sved undertook Residency and General Surgical training at Royal North Shore Hospital. He was then awarded the prestigious Gordon Craig Fellowship in Urology at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital and the University of Sydney. After achieving his Royal Australasian College of Surgeons Fellowship in Urology he completed a Master of Medicine degree in prostate cancer at the University of Sydney. He was awarded best graduating NSW Urology Registrar in 2002.
A/Prof Sved was the Fellow in Urological Oncology at the University of Miami, USA in 2003 – 2004. He received advanced training in the surgical management of patients with prostate cancer, bladder cancer and kidney cancer under the world-renowned Urological cancer surgeon Professor Mark Soloway and was involved in extensive clinical research. During this time he was also involved in formulating internationally relevant clinical guidelines for the management of patients with bladder cancer, published by the Societe Internationale D’Urologie. In 2011 he has once again been involved in the formulation of clinical guidelines for the management of bladder cancer to be published internationally by the ICUD.
A/Prof Sved is actively involved in laboratory-based cancer research. He i
s the recipient of numerous research awards and grants and supervises Honours and Doctor of Philosophy students undertaking prostate cancer research at the University of Sydney. More detailed information about his scholarships, grants and publications are available on this website.