Throughout five years, residents are given ample time to investigate and become involved in all aspects of clinical research, including:

  • Basic science and translational labs (Immunology and Microbiology).
  • Quality improvement initiatives.
  • Health services and patient-centered outcomes.
  • Public health.
  • Educational
  • Clinical trials — medical and surgical.

These projects lead to many publications, abstracts, podium and poster presentations at local, regional, national and even international meetings. Faculty mentors and research advisors are available to help residents design, implement and complete research initiatives. Nurse research clinicians are available to help with projects from initiation to completion, as well as departmental statisticians to assist in project completion.

More than 90% of all publications from the Division of Urology have a resident as author and more than 75% as the first author.

The Division of Urology is very proud to have had residents present at the following meetings over the past five years:

  • World Congress of Endourology.
  • American College of Surgeons.
  • American Transplant Congress.
  • American Urological Association.
  • European Urology Association.
  • South Central Section of the American Urological Association.
  • Genitourinary Symposium of American Society of Clinical Oncology.
  • Minimally Invasive Surgery Week.
  • Society for Pediatric Urology.