Mr Tet Yap is a consultant andrological surgeon and a Reader in Urology. He qualified from Cambridge in 2000 and trained in Surgery & Urology in the North Thames region including at University College London (where he completed his research MD), Charing Cross Hospital, Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children and St Bartholomews Hospital, winning numerous awards and prizes for his research and surgical work.
He has been involved in the setting up of the complex benign andrological service at St George’s Hospital and led the development of a South West London regional male fertility unit as well as the andrological services at the Royal Marsden. He is now based at Guys and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust where he continues spearheading regional andrological and male infertility services and research, including leading the world’s first multidisciplinary clinic specifically dedicated to Klinefelter syndrome.
He is part of a world-leading male infertility service based at 18 Devonshire Street, the Princess Grace Hospital and the Lister Hospital in Chelsea, where he is the joint fertility MDT chair. He is also a respected male infertility commentator, appearing in the national and international press, as is the chair of the European Reference Network section on Male Fertility.
Male infertility (including oncofertility) / andrology
Complex erectile dysfunction
Reconstructive genital surgery
The semen microbiome and its impact on sperm function and male fertility: A systematic review and meta-analysis
Gender Identity and Questioning in Klinefelter’s Syndrome
Detailing Sexual Outcomes After Focal Therapy for Localised Prostate Cancer
Identifying the differential effects of sperm DNA fragmentation on the reproductive cycle in couples undergoing IVF and ICSI