Male Pelvic Health and Genitourinary Reconstruction Fellowship

Male Pelvic Health and Genitourinary Reconstruction Fellowship

The Division of Male Pelvic Health and Genitourinary Reconstruction sponsors a one-year fellowship in voiding dysfunction, genitourinary reconstruction, and sexual health. The fellowship is a one-year clinical and research fellowship that intends to provide training modern management of male voiding dysfunction, urethral reconstruction and sexual health. Training will include medical and surgical management of bladder outlet obstruction, urethral stricture disease, artificial urinary sphincters, and penile prostheses. Research has recently focused on sexual health, genitourinary reconstruction, prosthetics, and urinary microbiome.

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How To Apply:

All interested urology residents are encouraged to apply.

To do so, please send a letter of interest and forward three letters of recommendation, CV and a copy of Men's Pelvic Health application to Dr. Ahmer Farooq at:

Urology Department
Loyola University Medical Center
2160 S. First Ave.
Maywood, IL 60153
Phone: (708) 216-3155
Fax: (708) 216-6585
Email: [email protected]

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    Jan 18, 2021

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    Chicago, Illinois

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