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Urology Program Vacancy Listing #1

Comments: This 1 year intensive Fellowship in Endourology, Laparoscopy and Robotic Surgery at the Urology Center of Excellence and the International Robotic Prostatectomy Institute in Miami is designed to train future leaders in the field of Minimally-Invasive Urology. The program admits 2 applicants each year to be Fellows at the Institute with the possibility of being hired at the end of the program as Faculty. This would of course depend on the Fellows performance during the training program. The center is one of the busiest in the world with respect to "Robotic Prostate Surgery" and at the end of his/her training the Fellow should be very comfortable performing advanced Endourological, Laparoscopic and Robotic procedures. We already have one Fellow for July 2011 and are looking for a suitable candidate to fill in the second vacant slot.

Level of Vacancy

Endourology/Robotic Fellowship

Applicants Must Have Completed

Urology Residency

Available When

IMMEDIATELY

Program Name

International Robotic Prostatectomy Institute at Jackson Health System

Program City

Miami

Program State

FL

Contact Name

Sanjay Razdan, M.D.,MCh

Contact Phone

305-251-8650

Contact Email

urodoc96@aol.com

Date Vacancy Submitted

January 5, 2011

Additional Requirements

International applicants if selected will be sponsored by the Institute for a valid visa

Urology Program Vacancy Listing #2

Comments: The one year Fellowship in Endourology, Laparoscopy, and Robotic surgery provides a comprehensive training environment and experience with all phases of endoscopic, laparoscopic and robotic surgery. The fellow will be integrated into the urologic robotic surgery practices. He/she will be involved in the perioperative and postoperative care of these patients. During the course of the fellowship, the candidate will participate in clinical and laboratory research as well as clinical responsibilities in direct patient care, teaching responsibilities within the department, including attending conferences, giving lectures, and the supervision and teaching of the resident staff. This fellowship has a large volume in oncology, and reconstructive surgery, stone disease, donor nephrectomy and will provide extensive opportunity for surgical skills acquisition and publications over the one year training cycle. The fellow will learn and provide clinical care at Yale-New Haven Hospital. There are two full time clinically dedicated da Vinci “S” system robots, one research/training da Vinci robot, and da Vinci simulator. Peter Schulam, M.D., Ph.D. Chairman of the Department of Urology Yale University School of Medicine P.O. Box 208041 New Haven, CT 06520-8041 For further information and to send CV/letter of interest please write to: Dinesh Singh, M.D. Assistant Professor of Urology Yale University School of Medicine P.O. Box 208041 New Haven, CT 06520-8041 dinesh.singh@yale.edu

Level of Vacancy

Fellowship

Applicants Must Have Completed

Completed Accredited Urology Program

Available When

July 2015

Program Name

Yale Endourology Fellowship

Program City

New Haven

Program State

CT

Contact Name

Michelle Lugo or Dinesh Singh, M.D.

Contact Phone

203-785-7671

Contact Email

dinesh.singh@yale.edu

Date Vacancy Submitted

2012-01-24 16:09:48.957

Additional Requirements

Alternative contact email: michelle.lugo@yale.edu

Urology Program Vacancy Listing #3

Comments: This is a one-year fellowship dedicated solely to Robotic Urologic Surgery with one fellow accepted annually. The next opening is in July 2015, which will be the 6th year of the fellowship. For credentialing reasons, graduates of an ACGME-accredited Urology training program are preferred. Robotic surgery training will include the treatment of benign and malignant urologic conditions, including surgery of the kidneys, bladder, prostate, ureters, and adrenal glands with participation in 400-500 procedures during the year of training. Fellows are expected to graduate with the ability to independently perform robotic surgery. Participation in clinical research is expected, but fellows will have no duties regarding data collection. Applications are accepted by email with interviews to be performed at the AUA meeting one year before the fellowship start date.

Level of Vacancy

FELLOW in Robotic Urologic Surgery

Applicants Must Have Completed

Urology residency

Available When

July 2015

Program Name

OhioHealth Robotic Urologic Surgeon

Program City

Dublin

Program State

Ohio

Contact Name

Ronney Abaza, MD, FACS

Contact Phone

614-544-8104

Contact Email

rabaza2@ohiohealth.com

Date Vacancy Submitted

2013-07-20 17:28:19.54

Additional Requirements

None

Urology Program Vacancy Listing #4

Comments: This is a one-year Fellowship in Urologic Oncology that will encompass all aspects of clinical and surgical training. The clinical training will be conducted in the newly built state-of-the-art Stephenson Cancer Center at the OU Health Sciences Center. The Fellow will receive individualized instruction in the multidisciplinary approach to the management of urologic cancers. There will be outstanding opportunities for surgical training in robotic laparoscopic-assisted and open surgery with an emphasis on prostate, bladder, kidney and testicular cancers. Participation in clinical research is expected, and opportunities for translational and health services research exists. Fellows will be expected to graduate with the ability to independently manage all aspects of urologic oncology training and be proficient in robotics, minimally invasive and open surgical approaches. Applications including CV, personal statement, USMLE scores, 3 letters of recommendation including one from your Chairman will be accepted by email sent to michael-cookson@ouhsc.edu and beverly-shipman@ouhsc.edu.

Level of Vacancy

Fellowship in Urologic Oncology and Robotic Surgery

Applicants Must Have Completed

ACGME Approved Residency

Available When

July 1, 2015

Program Name

University of Oklahoma Department of Urology and Stephenson Cancer Center

Program City

Oklahoma City

Program State

OK

Contact Name

Michael S. Cookson, MD MMHC

Contact Phone

(405) 271-6900

Contact Email

michael-cookson@ouhsc.edu

Date Vacancy Submitted

2013-08-12 15:22:08.19

Additional Requirements

In addition to graduating from an ACGME accredited Urology Residency Program, the ability to obtain Oklahoma State Medical License and OU Medical Center Hospital Privileges.

Urology Program Vacancy Listing #5

Comments: The Yale Department of Urology will offer a one-year clinical fellowship in urologic oncology starting July 1, 2015. Yale Cancer Center at Smilow Cancer Hospital is a NCI comprehensive cancer center.The fellow will participate in weekly multidisciplinary conferences, participate in evaluation, management and surgery on the full range of GU oncology problems, and be involved with resident education. It is expected that the fellow will become facile with minimally invasive, robotic and open surgical approaches. The fellow is expected to participate in research and academic productivity is expected. Research opportunities are available in MRI-USG Fusion targeted prostate biopsy, focal ablation for prostate cancer,genetic predisposition to renal cancer, translational research in renal cancer, systemic therapy clinical trials, and comparative effectiveness and health outcomes research.The candidate will be a BC/BE urologist who has completed an ACGME accredited urology residency program and be eligible for licensure in the state of Connecticut. Applications to our program will be reviewed on a continuing basis. For further information and to send CV/letter of interest please write to: Preston Sprenkle, M.D. Assistant Professor of Urology Yale University School of Medicine P.O. Box 208041 New Haven, CT 06520-8041 preston.sprenkle@yale.edu

Level of Vacancy

Fellow

Applicants Must Have Completed

ACGME Accredited Urology Residency Program

Available When

July, 2015

Program Name

Yale Urologic Oncology Fellowship

Program City

New Haven

Program State

CT

Contact Name

Michelle Lugo or Preston Sprenkle, M.D.

Contact Phone

203-785-7671

Contact Email

preston.sprenkle@yale.edu

Date Vacancy Submitted

2013-09-10 14:20:19.283

Additional Requirements

Alternative contact email: michelle.lugo@yale.edu

Urology Program Vacancy Listing #6

Level of Vacancy

Urologic Oncology - Post-Residency

Applicants Must Have Completed

Urology Residency Program

Available When

07/01/2015

Program Name

Maimonides Medical Center

Program City

Brooklyn

Program State

NY

Contact Name

Luciana Di Lemme

Contact Phone

718-283-7634

Contact Email

ldilemme@maimonidesmed.org

Date Vacancy Submitted

2013-11-12 14:05:13.243

Additional Requirements

The Division of Urology / Department of Surgery at Maimonides Medical Center, Brooklyn NY, is offering a 1 year fully-supported, post-residency experience in Urologic Oncology commencing in July 2015, including a strong clinical experience in all urologic tumors in addition to involvement in clinical research. There is no requirement for laboratory oncology research. Institutional resources include the Maimonides Cancer Center, the only free-standing dedicated cancer center in Brooklyn, with a draw area of 2.7 million. Other important resources include a new daVinci SI robot with HD vision system, and collaboration with strong departments of interventional radiology, medical oncology, radiation oncology and pathology. The position includes clinical appointment as a junior attending with independent operating privileges, under the mentorship of Dr David Silver. This post-residency experience is suitable for a board eligible or board certified graduate of an ACGME-accredited urology program who desires to sub-specialize in urologic oncology, emphasizing clinical experience and clinical research, and without a commitment to laboratory research. Interested candidates may email CV to the manager of the Division of Urology Luciana DiLemme ldilemme@maimonidesmed.org , phone: 718-283-7634.

Urology Program Vacancy Listing #7

Comments: This is a highly competitive 2- year fellowship program that runs in conjunction with our fellowship program that is filled formally through the match. A period of observership or an actual formal rotation is highly recommended.

Level of Vacancy

International Fellow in Pediatric Urology

Applicants Must Have Completed

Urology or Paediatric Surgery Residency

Available When

Annually (next opening June, 2015)

Program Name

Hospital for Sick Children (SickKids)

Program City

Toronto

Program State

Ontario, Canada

Contact Name

Martin Koyle, M.D.

Contact Phone

1-416-813-6460

Contact Email

martin.koyle@sickkids.ca

Date Vacancy Submitted

2013-12-10 19:25:10.607

Urology Program Vacancy Listing #8

Comments: 1 year fellowship in urologic oncology. Fellowship includes exposure to all aspects of uro-oncologic surgery including robotics, laparoscopy and open surgery. The fellowship will emphasize a multi-disciplinary approach to cancer treatment, clinical research and management of the urologic cancer patient. Applicants can contact program director Dr. Nic Muruve at muruven@ccf.org.

Level of Vacancy

Fellow

Applicants Must Have Completed

ACGME accredited urology residency

Available When

July 2015

Program Name

Cleveland Clinic Florida Urologic Oncology

Program City

Fort Lauderdale

Program State

Florida

Contact Name

Nic Muruve

Contact Phone

954-659-5188

Contact Email

muruven@ccf.org

Date Vacancy Submitted

2013-12-17 07:47:06.927

Additional Requirements

Must be able to hold a full Florida license

Urology Program Vacancy Listing #9

Level of Vacancy

Endourology/Robotic Fellowship

Applicants Must Have Completed

Urology Residency

Available When

IMMEDIATELY

Program Name

International Robotic Prostatectomy Institute at Jackson Health System

Program City

Miami

Program State

FL

Contact Name

Mohammad Alhamad M.D , McH

Contact Phone

+971555338787

Contact Email

drmh81@gmail.com

Date Vacancy Submitted

2014-05-31 10:11:03.827

Urology Program Vacancy Listing #10

Comments: The one year Fellowship in Endourology, Laparoscopy, and Robotic surgery provides a comprehensive training environment and experience with all phases of endoscopic, laparoscopic and robotic surgery. The fellow will be integrated into the urologic robotic surgery practices. He/she will be involved in the perioperative and postoperative care of these patients. During the course of the fellowship, the candidate will participate in clinical and laboratory research as well as clinical responsibilities in direct patient care, teaching responsibilities within the department, including attending conferences, giving lectures, and the supervision and teaching of the resident staff. This fellowship has a large volume in oncology, and reconstructive surgery, stone disease, donor nephrectomy and will provide extensive opportunity for surgical skills acquisition and publications over the one year training cycle. The fellow will learn and provide clinical care at Yale-New Haven Hospital. There are two full time clinically dedicated da Vinci “S” system robots, one research/training da Vinci robot, and da Vinci simulator. Peter Schulam, M.D., Ph.D. Chairman of the Department of Urology Yale University School of Medicine P.O. Box 208041 New Haven, CT 06520-8041 For further information and to send CV/letter of interest please write to: Dinesh Singh, M.D. Assistant Professor of Urology Yale University School of Medicine P.O. Box 208041 New Haven, CT 06520-8041 dinesh.singh@yale.edu

Level of Vacancy

Endourology Fellow

Applicants Must Have Completed

Accredited Urology Program

Available When

July 2014

Program Name

Yale Endourology Fellowship

Program City

New Haven

Program State

CT

Contact Name

Michelle Lugo or Dinesh Singh, M.D.

Contact Phone

203-785-7671

Contact Email

michelle.lugo@yale.edu

Date Vacancy Submitted

2014-06-17 09:59:15.623

Urology Program Vacancy Listing #11

Level of Vacancy

Peditric Urology Fellowship

Applicants Must Have Completed

urology residency

Available When

July 2015

Program Name

UCSF

Program City

San Francisco

Program State

CA

Contact Name

Laurence Baskin

Contact Phone

415-476-1611

Contact Email

lbaskin@urology.ucsf.edu

Date Vacancy Submitted

2014-06-23 11:18:22.68

Urology Program Vacancy Listing #12

Comments: July 2015 One-year clinical fellowship with Levine Cancer Institute and the Dept of Urology at Carolinas HealthCare System. Fellowship details include: • Focus on advancing training in the management of complex Urologic Oncology Patients • Provide unique interaction and exposure to physicians and resources provided to a comprehensive cancer center • Exposure to a large volume of laparoscopy, robotics, endoscopy and complex open surgical procedures • Participation in our GU Tumor board • Opportunities for clinical research and clinical trial experience, mentorship and development • Participation in resident teaching. Levine Cancer Institute (LCI) sees over 11,000 new cancer cases each year. LCI is part of an innovative vision developed to deliver world class cancer care across the system and beyond.

Level of Vacancy

GU Oncolocy Fellowship

Applicants Must Have Completed

Urology Residency Training

Available When

July 2015

Program Name

Carolinas HealthCare System

Program City

Charlotte

Program State

NC

Contact Name

Rebekah Law/Steve Riggs

Contact Phone

704-355-1995

Contact Email

Rebekah.law@carolinashealthcare.org

Date Vacancy Submitted

2014-06-24 10:04:33.807

Additional Requirements

Qualified applicants must have completed urology residency training in an ACGME-accredited program.

Urology Program Vacancy Listing #13

Comments: The Men’s Health/Andrology fellowship is an opportunity for the urologist to gain expertise in Male Reproductive and Sexual Medicine as well as an appreciation for the collaborative nature of providing optimum Health Care to Men. The one year Fellowship will be based at The Smith Institute for Urology of the North Shore-­-LIJ Health System and will use many resources of the Health System to provide a comprehensive educational experience. The Fellow’s time will be divided as follows: 60% Clinical, 20% Clinical laboratory and 20% Research. The Clinical work will be centered at the Smith Institute for Urology out patient office and both the LIJ and North Shore Hospitals. The Clinical Andrology lab work will be centered at NY Cryo, a New York State Licensed Andrology Laboratory and Reproductive Tissue Bank. Our Fellowship is unique in several regards: 1. Our Fellowship is accredited through the Hofstra North Shore LIJ School of Medicine. Accreditation, we feel, provides validation of your training through recognition and oversight by the Graduate Medical Education Council of the Hofstra North Shore LIJ School of Medicine. 2. Advanced training in microsurgery with both laboratory and operating room components. Our state-of-the-art operating microscope provides HD video monitoring and recording allowing for rapid feedback and review of technique as well as video production for teaching and publication. 3. A complete male prosthetics training program for both sexual dysfunction and urinary incontinence. The Fellow can elect to spend time in learning advanced urinary incontinence evaluation by spending time in both clinic and the urodynamic’s lab. 4. Hands-­-On training in Urologic Ultrasound including penile, scrotal, prostate and renal essential for evaluation and intraoperative guidance. 5. Hands-On training in Andrology Laboratory techniques including semen analysis and cryopreservation. Our Fellowship program provides an opportunity for the Fellow to concentrate in areas that he or she is most interested in yet structured to assure that the Fellow obtains comprehensive training in male reproductive and sexual medicine. In addition, the Fellow will obtain advanced training in ultrasound evaluation and andrology laboratory techniques. The fellow will also be involved in clinical and/or basic science research activities during the training period. He or she will work closely with the Program Director and Faculty to design and implement research projects, with the expectation those projects will culminate in presentations at national meetings and publication in peer-­-reviewed journals. Applicants are encouraged to contact the Program Director Bruce R. Gilbert, MD, PhD directly (bgilber@nshs.edu) prior to submitting their curriculum vitae, a personal statement and three letters of reference.

Level of Vacancy

Fellowship

Applicants Must Have Completed

ACGME Accredited Urology Residency

Available When

Immediately

Program Name

Smith Institute for Urology

Program City

New Hyde Park

Program State

New York

Contact Name

Bruce R Gilbert MD PhD

Contact Phone

516-487-2700

Contact Email

bgilber@nshs.edu

Date Vacancy Submitted

2014-06-27 11:29:15.117

Additional Requirements

Applicants must have completed, or anticipate completing, a urology residency in an ACGME-accredited program and also must qualify for New York State medical licensure.

Urology Program Vacancy Listing #14

Comments: This is a 1 or 2-year endourology, laparoscopic and robotics fellowship program in a high volume center.

Level of Vacancy

Endourology/Lap/Robotics Fellowship

Applicants Must Have Completed

Urology Residency

Available When

July 2015

Program Name

University of Kentucky

Program City

Lexington

Program State

Kentucky

Contact Name

Ramakrishna Venkatesh

Contact Phone

859 519 0708

Contact Email

rve222@uky.edu

Date Vacancy Submitted

2014-07-11 11:16:38.46

Urology Program Vacancy Listing #15

Level of Vacancy

Fellow

Applicants Must Have Completed

2 years general surgery, 4 years urology

Available When

July 2015

Program Name

Thomas Jefferson University

Program City

Philadelphia

Program State

PA

Contact Name

Barbara Devine

Contact Phone

215-955-2662

Contact Email

barbara.devine@jefferson.edu

Date Vacancy Submitted

2014-07-16 14:41:05.0

Urology Program Vacancy Listing #16

Comments: Fellowship Overview The Robotic Prostatectomy Fellowship at The Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai is a one-year clinical fellowship with the option of a second, research, year contingent on the availability of funding. Fellows will development surgical and scientific skills geared toward a career in academic urology. The fellowship is an immersive experience where individuals will become integral members of both clinical and research teams. Clinical Objectives (Year 1): Patient Care: 1. Fellows will assist in and perform under supervision several robotic oncology procedures. The fellowship will focus primarily on prostatectomy. Fellows will have opportunities to regularly assist in and perform other robotic urology procedures including: cystectomy, and nephrectomy. 2. The fellow will direct patient care pre-operatively and post-operatively in the clinic and the wards to understand the management of urologic oncology patients. Research Objectives (Year 2): 1. The fellow will be expected to participate in research related to urologic oncology. They will have exposure to a wide array of relevant research topics from basic science, translational research, and clinical research. 2. The fellow will have access to an extensive research database focused on clinical robotic outcomes and health disparities. 3. The fellow will learn lab skills and participate in a well-established genomics lab. 4. The fellow will prepare manuscripts for publication and present data at national / international meetings. Clinical Volume: Mount Sinai Hospital has three da Vinci surgical systems installed with a clinical urology volume of over 600 robotic procedures annually. Approximately 15 robotic cases are performed weekly.

Level of Vacancy

PGY6

Applicants Must Have Completed

4 to 5 years of post-medical school urologic training

Available When

1/21/2015

Program Name

Mount Sinai Robotic Prostatectomy Fellowship

Program City

New York

Program State

New York

Contact Name

Bonnie Fultz

Contact Phone

212 241-3071

Contact Email

bonnie.fultz@mountsinai.org

Date Vacancy Submitted

2014-08-08 11:21:00.14

Additional Requirements

Must have superior skills in laparoscopic and open surgical techniques. Must be eligible for licensure in the State of New York. International graduates will be considered.

Urology Program Vacancy Listing #17

Comments: Pls send CV, USMLE scores, and three letter of recommendations to Lorelei Walker via email listed above.

Level of Vacancy

PGY 2 ( URO1)

Applicants Must Have Completed

One year of ACGME accredited General Surgery Residency

Available When

July 2015

Program Name

University of Tenn College of Medicine Chattanooga

Program City

Chattanooga

Program State

TN

Contact Name

Lorelei Walker

Contact Phone

423-778-4691

Contact Email

lorelei.walker@erlanger.org

Date Vacancy Submitted

2014-08-27 11:07:46.1

Urology Program Vacancy Listing #18

Level of Vacancy

Robotic/Laparoscopic Fellowship

Applicants Must Have Completed

Valid Residency

Available When

7/1/2015

Program Name

St. Elizabeth Medical Center

Program City

Boston

Program State

MA

Contact Name

Katherine Rich

Contact Phone

617-787-8181

Contact Email

Katherine.Rich@steward.org

Date Vacancy Submitted

2014-09-29 11:19:42.62

Additional Requirements

We cannot sponser visa. Appilcants have to be eligible for a Massachusetts limilted lisence.

Urology Program Vacancy Listing #19

Comments: The Department of Urology at the McGaw Medical Center of Northwestern University is seeking a PGY2 resident to join our program on July 1, 2015 due to an approved increase in our resident complement from 3 to 4 residents per year. Residents interested in this position must have completed at least twelve months in an accredited general surgery or urology residency program. The residency in urology at Northwestern University’s Feinberg School of Medicine is a six-year program. Starting July 2006, the entire six years of the program are directed by the urology department. The curriculum includes a full year of research. Northwestern Memorial Hospital, the Ann & Robert Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago, John H Stroger, Jr. Hospital of Cook County, and Jesse Brown VA Medical Center are participating sites in the residency program. Clinical Experience: Residents begin full-time urology rotations in the first two years, while also completing focused, intensive rotations in general surgery, transplant surgery and surgical intensive care. These rotations are designed to provide early urology residents with the necessary skills needed for the more advanced urology rotations. Throughout the five years of clinical urology, residents learn enhanced clinical skills in inpatient, outpatient and office settings with adult and pediatric urology patients. The curriculum includes electives in which residents may choose specific clinical rotations in urology or other fields. During the final two clinical years, the resident is the most senior member of the housestaff on all rotations, allowing for significant patient care and operative experience. Residents obtain sub-specialty experience in endo-, neuro-, female, and laparoscopic/minimally invasive urology, as well as in urological oncology, infections, erectile dysfunction, and male infertility. At a major pediatric tertiary referral center, they see complex hypospadias cases, ureteral reimplantations, pyeloplasties and other more routine pediatric urologic problems. Mentoring in clinics during each rotation at each hospital is an established and important aspect of the residency program. Research: During the research year, residents are encouraged to design and implement a basic science or clinical research project. They are permitted to work with scientists within or outside the department. During this year, residents have minimal clinical duties. The experience enables residents to immerse themselves in research and learn more about their potential career interests. Clinical Training Program: The clinical training program takes advantage of approximately 492 beds at Northwestern Memorial Hospital; 232 beds at the Veteran's Administration Hospital; 248 beds at Children's Memorial Hospital; and 450 beds at John H. Stroger, Jr. Hospital of Cook County.

Level of Vacancy

PGY2

Applicants Must Have Completed

One year of accredited general surgery or urology residency.

Available When

July 2015

Program Name

Urology Residency - McGaw Medical Center of Northwestern University

Program City

Chicago

Program State

Illinois

Contact Name

Kelly Ross

Contact Phone

(312) 503-3238

Contact Email

k-ross@northwestern.edu

Date Vacancy Submitted

2014-10-01 16:22:38.197

Additional Requirements

Applications will be accepted through November 15, 2014. All applications must be submitted through ERAS. Complete applications for this position include: your ERAS application; a current CV and personal statement; medical school transcripts; USMLE transcripts; and a minimum of three letters of recommendation. Qualified applicants must have passed USMLE Step 1 and USMLE Step 2, both CS and CK. As mentioned above, applicants must have completed at least one year of accredited general surgery or urology residency training. All graduates of medical schools outside of the U.S. must be ECFMG certified in addition to the above requirements. If you have any questions regarding the application process, please contact: Kelly Ross Department of Urology Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine Tarry 16-703 303 E. Chicago Ave. Chicago, IL 60611 k-ross@northwestern.edu (312) 503-3238

Urology Program Vacancy Listing #20

Comments: The Division of Urology and Urologic Oncology at City of Hope will offer one-and two-year Fellowships in Urologic Oncology/Robotic Surgery with special emphasis on minimally invasive and robotic techniques starting on July 1, 2016. The one-year program includes one year of clinical work, while the two-year program includes one year of research and one year of clinical work. Clinical Fellows will have the opportunity to rotate at Huntington Memorial Hospital in Pasadena, in addition to their rotation at City of Hope. During the clinical year the Fellows participate in over 1,000 laparoscopic/robotic procedures, provide care for in-patients including ICU care, and offer continuity of care in the outpatient clinics. Completion of this program also mandates that our Fellows present at national meetings, write research papers, be involved with clinical trials, participate in journal clubs, and present lectures to the oncologic community. While minimally invasive techniques are an important part of this program, our Fellows are also trained in complex open surgical techniques, such as post-chemotherapy RPLND’s, cytoreductive nephrectomies, open cystectomies and urinary tract reconstructions. Because our Fellows train in a nationally recognized NCI designated cancer center, they also have opportunities to participate in many multi-teamed procedures for abdominal and pelvic malignancies. The Fellows are also exposed to a multidisciplinary treatment approach to urologic cancers by developing close relationships with radiation oncology, medical oncology, and uropathology.

Level of Vacancy

Fellowship

Applicants Must Have Completed

ACGME Accredited Urology Residency

Available When

July 1, 2016

Program Name

City of Hope Urologic Oncology Fellowship

Program City

Duarte

Program State

California

Contact Name

Christina Perez

Contact Phone

(626) 256-4673, x60521

Contact Email

christinaperez@coh.org

Date Vacancy Submitted

2014-11-07 18:11:34.047

Additional Requirements

Interviews for these positions will be held January 26 and 30, 2015. If you are interested in this opportunity, please fax your curriculum vitae and two letters of reference to Clayton Lau, M.D., Director, Urologic Oncology Fellowship Program to the department fax number (626) 301-8285, or send via email to christinaperez@coh.org. For questions or other assistance, please call (626) 256-HOPE (4673), x60521.

Urology Program Vacancy Listing #21

Level of Vacancy

Fellowship in robotic Surgery

Applicants Must Have Completed

Urology Residency

Available When

July 2015

Program Name

Montefiore/ Albert Einstein

Program City

Bronx

Program State

New York

Contact Name

Maureen Duffy

Contact Phone

718 9203042

Contact Email

mduffy@montefiore.org

Date Vacancy Submitted

2014-11-14 10:14:28.457




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