Mathew C. Raynor received his medical degree with distinction from The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Medicine and completed his residency training in Urology at Tulane University Medical Center in New Orleans, LA. Following residency, Dr. Raynor returned to The University of North Carolina and completed fellowship training in robotic and laparoscopic surgery. He remained at UNC following the completion of his fellowship, joining the faculty as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Urology in 2010.
Dr. Raynor’s clinical interests include minimally-invasive surgery of the urinary tract, including robotic and laparoscopic management of kidney cancer, upper urinary tract obstruction and reconstruction, as well as general urology. Dr. Raynor helped establish the Small Renal Mass clinic at UNC, a clinic focused solely on the evaluation and management of patients with kidney cancer.
Dr. Raynor’s research interests include outcomes of management of urologic cancers and evaluation of new technologies. He currently serves as chair of the Clinical Competency Committee for the Department of Urology and as the North Carolina representative to the Executive Board of the Southeastern Section of the American Urological Association.
Urology – Board Certified
Fellowship: University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC, 2009 – 2010
Residency: Tulane University, New Orleans, LA, 2004 – 2009
MD: University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC, 2000 – 2004
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12 months ago
UNC-led Study Comparing Tradeoffs Between Benefit, Harm, and Cost In Hematuria Evaluation Published in JAMA Internal Medicine
Hematuria, or blood in the urine, is commonly encountered in clinical practice, with over 2 million American patients referred to urologists annually. The association of this finding with occult urinary tract cancer led to the development of several guidelines, with differing recommendations for evaluation. A study led by investigators at UNC published in this week’s print edition of JAMA Internal Medicine explores the tradeoffs of these different approaches. Matthew Nielsen, Associate Professor of Urology and Adjunct Associate Professor of Epidemiology and Health Policy & Management, was the corresponding author for the study. Other UNC-affiliated investigators include Mihaela Georgieva, Stephanie Wheeler, and Daniel Erim, from the Department of Health Policy and Management, and Mathew Raynor from the Department of Urology.
12 months ago
Mathew Raynor, MD, FACS Elected to the UNC Faculty Physicians Board
About UNC Faculty Physicians UNC Faculty Physicians is the clinical service component of the UNC School of Medicine. Previously known as UNC Physicians and Associates, the name was changed at the beginning of 2013 to UNC Faculty Physicians to better reflect the academic focus of the School of Medicine clinical faculty. With more than 1,700 …