MBBS (Hons), FRACS (Urol)
Tony de Sousa is a consultant Urological surgeon with a specialist interest in minimally invasive treatments for prostate and kidney cancer, kidney stones and benign prostate enlargement.
He completed his medical training at Monash University; he graduated in 2004 with Honours and received the Queen Victoria Prize.
In 2010 Tony spent a year as Research Fellow with the Prostate and Breast Cancer Research Program at Monash University and was awarded the Marshall Prize in surgical training (Monash University and Southern Health) for his research into prostate cancer. In 2013 he was awarded the prize for best paper at the Urological Society of Australia and New Zealand’s Victorian State Meeting.
Tony has gained extensive experience in all areas of general urology, as well as acquiring advanced laparoscopic skills and training in robotic surgery. He completed a fellowship year at Monash Health with a focus on major oncologic surgery and complex stone disease, prior to taking a position as consultant Urologist in 2016. Tony runs a direct-access haematuria clinic at Casey Hospital streamlining the investigation of urgent haematuria referrals.
Tony maintains a strong commitment to teaching medical students and junior doctors having worked as an anatomy demonstrator and tutor at Monash University and is regularly involved in registrar training and education.
Tony is a passionate sports follower and has combined this with his medical practice, previously working as a Medical Officer at the Australian MotoGP, the Commonwealth Games in Melbourne and in 2006 he worked as Club Doctor at VFL team Sandringham, and their affiliate Melbourne Football Club in the AFL.