The Endourology Fellowship Program at Stony Brook Medicine offers trainees a one-year training experience in endourology and nephrolithiasis. The focus of the Fellowship is to provide applicants with the opportunity to develop the clinical, surgical, metabolic, and research skills required to be an expert in treating patients with stone disease.
The Fellowship is structured to include a combination of clinical/surgical (80%) and research (20%) training over the 1-year training period under the guidance of the faculty and with the resources of Stony Brook Medicine. With a large volume of endourologic procedures at Stony Brook, fellows will receive a comprehensive experience in all aspects of Endourology. The goal for the Fellow will be to master all aspects of the management of stone disease. This will include clinical and surgical management of stone patients with complex metabolic disturbances and anatomical anomalies. The fellow will also perform endoscopic procedures for urologic tumors.
The fellowship faculty consists of three board-certified urologists who specialize in endourology and stone disease. Fellows will also work alongside Dr. Ferretti, who specializes in interventional and diagnostic radiology.
David Schulsinger, MD
|John Fitzgerald, MD||Gauthami Churukanti, MD|
How to Apply
All fellowship applicants must have successfully completed a 5 or 6-year accredited Urology Residency in North America. Applicants must be eligible for permanent physician licensure in the State of New York.
To apply, please email the application material listed below to Lora Dempsey at Lora.Dempsey@Stonybrookmedicine.edu
- Endourology Society Application
- Personal Statement
- USMLE transcripts reflecting scores for Step 1, Steps 2 CK and/or 2 CS, and Step 3.
If you have any questions, please contact:
|David Schulsinger, MD
Lora Dempsey, C-TAGME