|Title||Endourology Research Fellow, Division of Urology|
|Location||Ichan School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, Mount Sinai West|
The Endourology Research Fellowship of the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai is a one-year fellowship designed to prepare future leaders in the field of Endourology and Stone Disease. Fellows will acquire clinical and research expertise that will provide scientific skills geared toward a career in academic urology. The fellowship is an immersive experience where individuals will become integral members of both clinical and research teams.
The Endourology program boasts a robust clinical volume in terms of both outpatient visits as well as urological surgical procedures, with well over 2000 outpatient clinic visits and 800 surgical procedures a year.
Successful candidates should have a interest in pursuing an academic career in Urology and have an interest in Endourology and Stone Disease. Completion of medical school is a minimum requirement.
At the end of each quarter, the program director and other clinical and laboratory faculty will evaluate the performance of the fellow on the basis of expectations outlined in the fellowship overview. Satisfactory performance is required in order for the fellow to advance through the program. The award of a formal certificate acknowledges successful completion of the one-year fellowship.
|Contact Name||Mantu Gupta, M.D.|
Mount Sinai West, Department of Urology
425 W. 59th Street, Suite 4F
New York, N.Y. 10019
Contact name(s): Mantu Gupta, M.D.