During this time he developed broad skills in laparoscopic surgery, general urology and renal stone surgery. His PhD thesis was carried out in the field of molecular biology of prostate cancer, focusing on Y-box binding protein 1.
From 2011 Morgan began working with Dr Les Thompson at the Wesley Hospital and this collaboration led to the first Australian trial, comparing 3T prostate MRI diagnostics and image-guided prostate biopsy to tradition TRUS biopsy.
In 2014 Morgan travelled to Belgium to spend a year in a sought-after Robotic Urological Fellowship programme under Prof Alex Morrie, chair of the European Robotic Urology Section. This busy high volume unit allowed Morgan to gain accredited training and expertise in robotic prostatectomy and robotic renal surgery, including partial nephrectomy, pyeloplasty and other pelvic urologic procedures.
Morgan has returned to Auckland and is pleased to offer his services to patients in the greater Auckland region and surrounds.