He was in Surgery and Urology at various hospitals in England and Ireland; additionally receiving training in laparoscopic (keyhole) surgery at the Erasme University Hospital, Brussels and the Oscar Lambret Cancer Centre at Lille, France. He is still actively involved in undergraduate and postgraduate teaching. In the past he has been undergraduate and postgraduate examiner for the University of London and served as member of court of examiners at the Royal College of Surgeons of England. He takes part regularly in training the general practitioners in the specialty of urology for the City and Hackney GPs and the East London Integrated Care (ELIC). He has published extensively on urological cancers and presented scientific papers in national and international meetings.
In general urology, he has a special interest in urinary tract infections in women, voiding problems, catheter management and prostatitis. His expertise includes management of urological cancers (prostate, urinary bladder, kidney, testis and penis) and male health problems. His other special interests are in the fields of diseases of the kidneys and testes, in particular their cancers mainly diagnostics.
Vinod, along with Professor Tim Oliver, pioneered the technique of testis conservation surgery for selected cases of testicular cancer (testis saving surgery or partial orchidectomy). In addition he also deals with other testicular problems such as male infertility, recanalization of vas and surgical sperm aspiration procedures (percutaneous epididymal sperm aspiration-PESA, testicular sperm aspiration-TESA, testicular sperm extraction- TESE and micro-TESE) and testicular biopsy. He is the principal editor of Urological Oncology (ISBN: 978-1-84628-387-1) published in 2007-8 and 2015. He regularly contributes the booklets for cancer sufferers published by Macmillan Cancer Support.
Vinod attends the Christian Medical College and Hospital, Ludhiana, India as a visiting Professor of Urology to teach undergraduates and postgraduates. He also teaches techniques of surgery to the younger generation of surgeons.