Mr. Mark Quinlan
Mr. Quinlan graduated from University College Dublin with an MB, BCh, BAO (Hons.) degree in 2003. Following an internship in St. Vincent’s University Hospital, Dublin, he was appointed to the Dublin Regional Basic Surgical Training Scheme which he completed in Tallaght Hospital between 2004-2006.
To date, Mr. Quinlan has 38 national/international research publications and has been involved in 70 national/international presentations.
As well as urolithiasis and BPH, his other clinical areas of interest include oncology, inguino-scrotal pathology, UTIs, female urology and neuro-urology.
Mr. Quinlan returned to clinical practice in 2008 having been appointed to the Irish Surgical Residency Programme. In 2011 he was appointed to the Urology Higher Surgical Training Programme which he completed in July 2016. I was conferred FRCS Urol in 2015 and was awarded the MacGowan medal by RCSI for the best Intercollegiate Fellowship exam result achieved by an Irish trainee across all specialties in that calendar year.
He was awarded his CCST in 2016 and is currently registered on the Irish Medical Council’s Specialist Register. From 2016-2018, he completed a Fellowship programme in The Austin Hospital, Melbourne, with a special interest in Endourology, particularly in the areas of urolithiasis and BPH. Mr. Quinlan is also an honorary clinical lecturer with RCSI and won the Beaumont Hospital RCSI excellence in clinical teaching award in 2021, voted for by final year medical students.