Dr Jonny COXON trained at Oxford University Medical School. Before switching to general practice, he pursued a Urology career path, including a spell as a Research Fellow at St George’s Hospital. His prostate cancer research was published in the British Journal of Urology amongst other publications, and led to an MD thesis. He also worked in a team carrying out several trials on medications for erectile dysfunction.
His main role now is as a GP Partner at the Beaconsfield Medical Practice in Brighton. He works one day a week as a Clinical Assistant (Endocrinology) in the Gender Identity Clinic. He also works one day as a Clinical Assistant in Urology, for Brighton and Sussex Universities NHS Trust. In addition, he runs a Sexual Medicine clinic at the Nuffield Hospital in Brighton.
He sits on the committees of the Primary Care Testosterone Advisory Group and the British Society of Sexual Medicine and on the Editorial Board of Trends in Urology and Men’s Health. He is a Trustee for the Sexual Advice Association, and Secretary for the Primary Care Urology Society. He is a Fellow of the European Committee of Sexual Medicine.