Welcome to the Department of Urology

Celebrating 60 Years of Excellence!

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OPEN FACULTY POSITIONS

This Department of Urology is seeking qualified faculty for several open positions to join its distinguished group of medical professionals. 


Faculty Activities

UW Virtual Visting Professorship

Dr. Eila Skinner joined UW Urology on June 12th for their annual Research Day to teach about bladder cancer and hear UW Urology share their research.

Robotic Kidney Surgery Webinar

Dr. Ben Chung joined several experts last week to do a robotic kindey surgery webinar, hosted by Intuitive Surgical.

Drs. Harchi Gill, Jay Shah, Ben Chung, and Sandy Srinivas traveled to India for the International Update on Uro-Oncology meeting held February 22-23, in Chennai, India.

Dr. Ben Chung along with his Brigham and Women's Hospital colleagues (Matt Mossanen, Mark Preston, and Steve Chang) filmed videos for Elsevier Practice Updates at the 2020 GU ASCO Meeting held February 13-15, 2020 in San Francisco.

In the Spotlight

Meet Our New Fellows!

Tony Chen, MD

Fellow in Male Reproductive Medicine & Surgery

 

Tony Chen grew up in Rowland Heights in Southern California and received his undergraduate degree in Molecular and Cellular Biology from UC Berkeley. He went on to attend the University of California, San Diego School of Medicine where his exposure to the diverse technologies in Urology helped solidify his interest in the field.  He completed his Urology residency at the University of Washington in Seattle where he continued to grow his passion for innovation. During his research year, he led a team of engineers to invent a device to automate continuous bladder irrigation to increase patient safety and comfort. This effort was the first healthcare-related project to be awarded an Amazon Catalyst grant. He combined his love of technology and education as well by completing an American Colleges of Surgeons simulation fellowship where he helped create a novel high-fidelity Foley catheter insertion simulator and an emergent robot undocking curriculum. When it came time to decide what to subspecialize in, he quickly chose Andrology and Male Infertility because he enjoyed being able to assist men with their most vulnerable and personal needs. While completing his fellowship at Stanford, he hopes to continue applying innovative research and design methods to advance the field of Men’s Health. Outside of work he is a big international traveler, foodie, and serious boba fanatic.

 

Urology News & Events

Michael Scott

Welcome to new Urology Intern Michael Scott, who joins us from the Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University. When asked why he chose Stanford, Michael shared, 'I picked Stanford because of the culture of teamwork and support among the residents and the opportunity to learn from expert physicians and surgeons across all disciplines of urology.'

Anas Tresh

Welcome to new Urology Intern Anas Tresh, who joins us from UCSF. When asked why he chose Stanford, Anas shared, 'When looking at residency programs, what was most important to me was first and foremost finding a program that was going to train me to be the most competent surgeon, clinician and researcher.'

Steve Zhou

Welcome to new Urology Intern Steve Zhou, who joins us from UCLA. Steve is a second-generation Chinese American from Palo Alto who picked Stanford Urology to serve his diverse childhood community and be around creative people who get excited about medical innovation.


Congratulations to Our Graduating Residents and Fellows!


Black Medical Workers Reflect on the Front Lines of Covid and Racism

Listen to Dr. Iris Gibbs, along with several other Black Stanford-trained physicians/medical student who did a radio segment yesterday on KQED Forum with Michael Krasny. Click the link below to listen.


More than 800 members of Stanford Medicine community rally against racism and violence against African Americans

Stanford Urology faculty, staff, nurses and residents joined other health care workers and students to rally against police brutality and anti-Black racism on Thursday afternoon, joining the many protests taking place locally and nationwide after the death of George Floyd on May 25. The rally was held next to the Li Ka Shing Center for Learning and Knowledge.

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About Us

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. 


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