Nadir Osman completed undergraduate medical studies at the University of Liverpool in 2006 graduating with MBChB (Hons) before embarking on basic medical and surgical training in Liverpool and Manchester, UK. He then began specialist training in Urology in 2010 in Liverpool, before taking time out to undertake laboratory and clinical research at the the University of Sheffield and the Royal Hallamashire Hospital with Professor Chris Chapple (Urology) and Professor Sheila MacNeil (Tissue engineering). He is currently a Clinical Research Fellow in Urology at the University of Sheffield and Royal Hallamshire Hospital, UK where he is undertaking a higher degree in tissue engineering of the pelvic floor. In addition he is a co-investigator on several trials in pharmacotherapies for lower urinary tract disorders as well clinical studies investigating the urodynamic assessment of patients. He has a clinical and research interest in functional disorders of the lower urinary tract.
Mr Nadir Osman declared on the Saturday 21st January 2017 that they did not have any existing or known future financial relationships or affiliations to disclose (NONE).