Professor Geoffrey Hackett has been a consultant in Urology and Sexual Medicine at University Hospitals Birmingham Foundation Trust since 1994, Professor of Sexual Medicine at Aston University Birmingham since 2017, and in private practice at Spire Hospital, Little Aston, Sutton Coldfield and Newson Health, Stratford upon Avon.
Professor Hackett was Chairman of the British Society for Sexual Medicine from 2005–2007 and has been on the Scientific Committee of the European Society for Sexual Medicine from 2003–2009, Executive Committee of ESSM from 2015-2017 and the International Society for Sexual Medicine Educational Committee 2009-2012.
The author of 140 original papers, 3 books, and 12 book chapters on sexual medicine, including lead author of:
- The 2017 BSSM Guidelines on Testosterone Deficiency
- The 2018 BSSM Guidelines on Erectile Dysfunction
- 2018 European Textbook of Cardiology chapters on Erectile Dysfunction and Testosterone Deficiency
- 2018 Oxford Textbook of Urology chapter on Testosterone Deficiency
Professor Hackett received the Zorgniotti-Newman Prize in 2012, awarded by the International Society for Sexual Medicine, for his work on testosterone deficiency in Type 2 diabetes.
He is a past winner of the Duke of Edinburgh Prize for Sports Medicine in 1992 and the Charles Oliver Hawthorne Clinical Prize from the British Medical Association for original research in 1986.
His major areas of interest are the links between erectile dysfunction, testosterone deficiency, metabolic syndrome, and cardiovascular and diabetic risk.