|Title||University of Wisconsin-Madison Medical School -Department of Urology|
Overview: The Endourology Program at the University of Wisconsin-Madison is an Endourology Society accredited fellowship, and has been since inception. The fellowship program was started by Dr. Nakada in 2002. In 2018 the University of Wisconsin Program in Endourology will go from a 2-year fellowship to a one-year certificate program in Endourology and Stone disease.
The fellowship is based in Madison, WI at the UW Hospital and Clinics. Fellows are hired as clinical instructors, and participate surgically at all levels, including PCNL (access, stone removal and drainage), URS, endoscopic incision, percutaneous endoscopic biliary lithotripsy, renal ablation and robotics (if the fellow is so inclined).
Important research opportunities exist, specifically in quality of life work, database analysis, RCTs, and basic research. There is a dedicated PhD and laboratory space available to the fellow.
The fellow also participates in the Metabolic Stone Clinic and develops the fundamental skills and knowledge required to become an expert in the medical management of all stone patients. This experience emphasizes the benefits of multidisciplinary clinical care and features exposure to shared medical appointments. The fellow will function as part of the team that includes a nephrologist (Dr. Allen Jhagroo) and a registered dietitian nutritionist (RDN).
The fellow will also learn the rationale for medical nutrition therapy and how it is practiced and applied. Specifically, the fellow will:
-understand dietary risk factors and how they contribute to stones
-how to identify dietary risk factors and to screen
-make appropriate dietary recommendations to patients based on their individual dietary and stone risk factors.
Fellows participate in the weekly stone clinic conference, including delivering presentations as assigned (average of about 12 per year). We send the fellow to the WCE each year they are in the program.
The Wisconsin Program is part of the Endourological Society match. We accept applications from North America and the world.
Our fellows are involved in clinical and teaching exercises associated with our residency program as the fellowship regulations allow. Any inquiries should be addressed to Dr. Stephen Nakada or Dr. Sara Best.
Stephen Y. Nakada, M.D., F.A.C.S.
The David T. Uehling Chair in Urology
Sara L. Best, MD
Endourology Case Log
|Contact Name||Stephen Y. Nakada, M.D.; Sara Best, M.D.|
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University of Wisconsin-Madison Medical School
Contact name(s): Stephen Y. Nakada, M.D.; Sara Best, M.D.
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