The Division of Urology at the University of Missouri offers a fully accredited ACGME postgraduate residency training program focused on preparing physicians for their chosen career in either academic or community urology. A well-balanced training in both the techniques of genitourinary surgery and art of clinical practice is the foundation of this program.
We provide quality patient care in all aspects of urology, including oncology, pediatrics, laparoscopy, endourology and stone disease, female urology, reconstruction, renal transplant, infertility and general urology. In addition, the Urology Division strives to create an environment of scientific curiosity, development and discussion.
Our residency program is five years in duration. We are approved for 10 residents, filled through the American Urologic Association Office of Education match.
Our resident training program is structured through three hospitals, the University Hospital and Clinics, Women's Hospital and the Harry S. Truman Memorial Veterans' Hospital (VA). Residents will alternate through the University service and the VA service depending on their year of training. Outlying clinics are also covered in Macon, Missouri, and Hermann, Missouri.
How to apply
Applications for the Urologic Surgery Residency program are only accepted through the American Urological Association Residency Match Program. Applicants must upload their application materials to the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS).
For details on this year's match, see sauweb.org.
- Wednesday, Nov. 18
- Wednesday, Dec. 2
- Saturday, Dec. 5
- Wednesday, Dec. 9
- Wednesday, Dec. 16
- Saturday, Dec. 19
- Wednesday, Dec. 23
Typical interview schedule
9 a.m. to 12 p.m. (Zoom as meeting platform)
- Overview/introduction of program
- Personal Interview with faculty
- Get to know you time with residents