Martin Steggall

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19992021

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Before being appointed Pro Vice-Chancellor (Research) at USW, Professor Martin Steggall was Dean of the Faculty of Life Sciences and Education at USW between December 2014 and May 2019. Prior to that, he was Associate Dean, Director of Undergraduate Studies at City University London (2011-2014). He was appointed to the academic staff at City University in 2002 and has held various positions (Head of Applied Biological Sciences; Associate Dean, Nursing and Midwifery), during that time. 

Martin trained as an Adult Nurse at St. Bartholomew’s Hospital, London between 1993 and 1996, and combined academic work and clinical practice at what is now Barts Health NHS Trust, as a specialist in Men’s Health (Erectile Dysfunction and Premature Ejaculation). On moving to Wales, he transferred his clinical work to Cwm Taf University Health Board, where he works in the Urology Department. He completed a Masters degree in Physiology in 2001 and a PhD in the clinical management of premature ejaculation in 2009. He has published widely in academic journals on the subject of Urology and Men’s Health, and edited four textbooks in anatomy, physiology and pathophysiology. He was the grant administrator for the Research Capacity Building Collaborative (RCBC) for Wales (2015 – 2021) and is the non-medical representative for Wales at the UK Health Education Advisory Committee (UKHEAC). 

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BSc (Hons)

MSc

PhD

External positions

Clinical Nurse Specialist (Urology) , Cwm Taf University Health Board

2015 → …

Keywords

  • RT Nursing
  • Urology
  • Sexual dysfunction
  • Men’s health

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