The Endourology/Minimally-Invasive Surgery Fellowship Program is supported by the Endourological Society and prepares graduates to be leaders in endourology, minimally invasive urologic surgery, primary and secondary research methods, and education in community and academic urology programs.
Urologic Oncology Fellowship
The Urologic Oncology Fellowship trains individuals who have completed urology residency for specialized careers in academic Urologic Oncology. This opportunity will offer a multidisciplinary exposure to the management of genitourinary (GU) malignancies at the NCI-designated University of North Carolina Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center, integrated with exceptional opportunities for mentored career development in health services, clinical outcomes, and translational research, providing a foundation for a successful career in academic Urologic Oncology.
Genitourinary Reconstructive Surgery
The Genitourinary Reconstructive Surgery fellowship provides a comprehensive and unique training experience in reconstructive urology, with a focus on open and robotic repair of ureteral, bladder neck, and urethral stenoses/fistulas; genital skin deficiency due to trauma, infection, and cancer. Fellows benefit from a diverse faculty, whose backgrounds include reconstructive urology, uro-oncology, and plastic surgery.