Vincent Tse

Vincent Tse

Dr. Vincent Tse MB MS FRACS (Urol) is currently Clinical Associate Professor at the University of Sydney, Australia, and Consultant Urologist at Concord Hospital and Macquarie University Hospital, Sydney. His special interest is in the investigation and management of all types of urinary incontinence, bladder functional disorders, urethral strictures and pelvic organ prolapse surgery. He is a member of the Standardisation and Terminology Committee of the International Continence Society (ICS), and the current Chair of the Female and Functional Urology Section of the Urological Society of Australia and New Zealand (USANZ), and the NSW state Chair of Continence Foundation of Australia.

Dr Tse has been an invited speaker and surgeon, both locally and internationally, including the USA, Europe and Asia. He and his team recently published the first bi-national guideline on management on the adult overactive bladder in Australia and New Zealand. He has co-edited two books on urinary incontinence and the pelvic floor and authored over 50 papers and abstracts in this area. He is an advocate of multidisciplinary care in the management of incontinence and pelvic floor disorders. His hobbies include swimming, tennis, hiking and jazz.