Pankaj Joshi, MD
2018 AUA/Indian American Urological Association (IAUA) Chakrobortty Fellowship Program Scholar
Dr. Pankaj Joshi specializes in genitourinary reconstructive urology with focus on management of urethral stricture and pelvic fracture urethral injuries. Dr. Joshi completed his master's degree in General Surgery from University of Mumbai (India) followed by DNB (Urology) from Pune. He achieved the highest honor in the field; The H S Bhat Gold Medal in the final exit examination conducted by the National Board, Urology (DNB) in 2010. For over six years, he has been actively associated with the Center for Reconstructive Urology, Pune, working as a core team member.
Dr. Pankaj has presented posters, videos, and papers on various topics in reconstructive urology in national and International meetings. He has won various prizes and has been nominated as the board of directors of GURS (Society of Genitourinary Reconstructive urologists). He has had the recent opportunity to be on the plenary session of the AUA meeting at Boston (2017). He has been a faculty at national and international meetings at India, Qatar, Dubai, Indonesia, Glasgow, Nepal, Portugal, USA, Kenya, etc. Recently, he was nominated by the Urology Society of India to represent India in the Bangladesh-AUA Annual Review Course where he delivered lectures and performed live urethroplasty at Dhaka (Bangladesh). He has 24 publications to his credit. His recent focus is on the urethral strictures and reconstructive urology.
As part of the AUA/IAUA Chakrobortty Fellowship Program, Dr. Joshi will attend the 2018 AUA Annual Meeting in San Francisco, California. Prior to the conference, Dr. Joshi will visit the Cleveland Clinic, where he will have the opportunity to observe urologic surgeries and procedures, as well as attend staff activities and clinics.