Professor James Malone-Lee MD FRCP
Emeritus Professor of Medicine UCL
Services at 10 Harley Street
Professor Malone-Lee provides an outpatient service that offers assessment, diagnosis and treatment supported by fresh urine micrsocopy. The managment programme is based on the research findings coming out of his academic programme at UCL.
James Malone-Lee qualified from St. Thomas' Hospital, London in 1975. He served with the Royal Army Medical Corps until 1981 when he moved to University College London as a lecturer in geriatric medicine. He was appointed senior lecturer in 1984 and promoted to a personal chair during 1994. In 1996 he was appointed to the Barlow Chair of Geriatric Medicine. In 1999 he was posted to the Whittington Campus of UCL Medical School as Professor of Medicine for that site. He was appointed Emeritus Professor of Medicine UCL in 2016. During thirty-eight years he has worked as a clinical scientist focusing on common lower urinary tract symptoms, their pathophysiology, diagnosis and treatment. His particular interest has been on the diagnosis and treatment of chronic urinary tract infection, chronic bladder pain and so called "Interstitial cystitis" a diagnosis about which he is witheringly sceptical. He continues to participate in the research programme at UCL and patients of the Harley Street practice do help with that.
Private practice telephone: 07568 403211
Monday 09:00 to 13:00 Telephone reviews
Tuesday 13:30 to 20:30 Clinic at 10 Harley Street
Wednesday 09:00 to 17:30 Clinic at 10 Harley Street
Wednesday 13:30 to 18:00 Urinalysis service at 10 Harley Street
Friday 09:00 to 13:00 Telephone reviews
Saturday 09:00 to 13:00 Urinalysis service at 10 Harley Street