James graduated from the University of Wales Medical School in Cardiff and then underwent basic surgical training on the St Bartholomew’s circuit in London including an 18-month post with the urology team at Great Ormond Street Hospital. James then won a prestigious Royal College of Surgeons Fellowship and joined Professor Alison Brading’s world renowned Continence Group at the University of Oxford. James did important scientific research into the basic mechanisms of bladder sensation both in health and in diseases such as overactive bladder and interstitial cystitis, the results being presented and published internationally. His interest in clinical research continues.
James has been comprehensively trained in the most advanced techniques in benign urological surgery; both in the Oxford Urology Program and during the time he spent working in New Zealand. James undertook a yearlong urology fellowship at the Christchurch Urology and Burwood Spinal Injuries Centre, treating patients with complex problems from all over NZ. He is one of the few UK urologists that have had formal training in female pelvic floor reconstruction.
James Moore is a fully accredited specialist in urology, and is on the specialist register in Urological Surgery with the General Medical Council. He is a full member of both the British Association of Urological Surgeons and the International Continence Society.