About BJUI Charity

BJU International is an independent charity for the advancement and improvement of education in urology and men's health and related areas. The charity is managed by the BJUI Executive made up of the Trustees and Executive Members, a group of urologists from around the world who give their time on a voluntary basis. They are supported by an executive team based in our office in London, where the editorial office team for the journal BJU International and the editorial office team for BJUI Knowledge are also based.

 

Trustees

Prof Krishna Sethia, United Kingdom (Chairman)

Prof Alan McNeill, United Kingdom (Treasurer)

Mr Simon Brewster, United Kingdom

Miss Jo Cresswell, United Kingdom

Prof Freddie Hamdy, United Kingdom

Mr Anthony Koupparis, United Kingdom

Mr Ruaraidh MacDonagh, United Kingdom

Dr David Malouf, Australia

Dr David Winkle, Australia

Dr Patricia Zondervan, The Netherlands

 

Executive Members

Dr Peggy Chu, Hong Kong

Dr Rajeeve Kumar, India - representing the Urological Society of India

Mr Ken Anson, United Kingdom - representing the British Association of Urological Surgeons

Dr Peter Heathcote, Australia - representing the Urological Society of Australia and New Zealand

 

Executive staff

Dr Nicola Quinnen, Chief Executive    E  nicola.quinnen@bjui.info  T +44(0) 207 706 0177

Ms Claire Young, Office Manager   E claire.young@bjui.info  T +44 (0) 207 706 0178

 

BJU International is a company limited by guarantee, incorporated in England, and is a charity. Registered office: 3 Junction Mews, London W2 1PN.  Company no. 1793312. Charity no. 289273