|Title||Brown University Department of Urology|
Brown’s Minimally Invasive Urologic Surgery Fellowship has multiple tracks and has evolved over the years and and has adapted to the everchanging healthcare arena. Brown Urology faculty for the fellowship has grown over the years to include 3 Robotic Oncologists (Yale, MSKCC, Mayo Clinic) and 3 Fellowship trained Endourologists (Wisconsin, Brown, Mt.Sinai). Recent developments have allowed for optimization in research support, including IRB, grant writing and national database access support.
Interested candidates may choose from multiple tracks which include:
Except for the research scholar track, the fellow is responsible for coverage of all minimally invasive urologic surgical procedures (percutaneous renal surgery, endourology, laparoscopy, and robotics) cases on his/her operating room days. The fellow may be asked to interact with our residents during certain cases, but as “teaching faculty.” The fellow will be have an appointment at the Alpert Medical School of Brown University.
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|Contact Name||Gyan Pareek MD, Director|
The Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University
Contact name(s): Gyan Pareek MD, Director