Dr Adrian Clubb completed a medical science degree prior to completing his medical degree at the University of Sydney, with a clinical attachment to the Royal North Shore Hospital. He completed his general surgical training in New South Wales prior to moving to Queensland to complete his advanced urological training. His interest in urological cancers led him to complete a further year of training at the University of Florida with a sub-interest in minimal invasive techniques including robotic surgery prior to the commencement of practice in Brisbane.
Dr Clubb continues his interest in medical education and is currently a senior lecturer with the University of Queensland. He is currently involved with training of medical students and urology trainees.
Dr Clubb holds registration as a specialist surgeon in urology with the Medical Board of Australia and is a Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons. He is an active member of the Urological Society of Australia and New Zealand.
Dr Clubb has an interest in military medicine and holds a Queen’s Commission as a medical officer in the Australian Army and continues his involvement in this area.
His sub-speciality interest areas include urological malignancies, stone disease and general urology.