Welcome to the Department of Urology
The Department of Urology is committed to excellence and improving everything we do. From our innovative patient care, to our highest caliber education program, and cutting-edge research, we work together to turn discoveries into reality and improve the lives of our patients.
Departmental News & Highlights
Clinical Effectiveness Leadership Training (CELT) Program at Stanford Healthcare Graduation - April 2018
Urological Association of Asia meeting resident review course in Kyoto Japan - April 16, 2018
Joseph Liao visiting professor visit at Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST) - April 20, 2018
Urologic Association of Asia/Japanese Urological Association joint meeting in Kyoto, Japan - April 17-21, 2018
OPEN FACULTY POSITIONS
This Department of Urology is seeking qualified faculty for several open positions to join its distinguished group of medical professionals.
News & Events
2018 Young Andrologist Award
Can laptops affect our fertility? The answer is mostly no. Dr. Michael Eisenberg, director of Male Reproductive Medicine and Surgery at Stanford Healthcare, is quoted in this article and says, the external heat a laptop produces poses a minor risk to men.
Not included in the transplant? Testicles –because the testicles would continue to make the donor's sperm in the transplant recipient's body. Dr. Michael Eisenberg, director of Male Reproductive Medicine and Surgery at Stanford Healthcare, is quoted in this article.
Recent publication "Minimizing the Cost of Treating Asymptomatic Ureterolithiasis" featured on this month's cover of Urology Practice Journal.
Saturday, April 21, 2018 - Emeryville, CA
Special congratulations to the prize winners:
Nancy Wang - First prize Clinical Research: "Achieving prficiency in prostate multi-parametric MRI evaluation in urologists: effects of a case-based education module"
William Brubaker - Fourth prize Clinical research: "Black, hispanic and underinsured patients experience longer wait times in definitive surgical management for urinary stone disease"
Tim Chang - Third prize Basic Science Research: Bladder cancer classification in real-time using artificial intelligence"
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