Develop your knowledge, experience, and technical skills in endourologic, laparoscopic, and robotic assisted surgery through a fellowship.

 

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GENERAL INFO ABOUT FELLOWSHIPS

The Endourological Society facilitates one and two year clinical fellowships around the world.  The training is focused on developing advanced knowledge, experience, and technical skills in endourologic and laparoscopic and/or robotic assisted surgery. 

Fellows also receive training in translational research, as an underlying goal is the training of future academicians and potential national and international leaders in their specialty.

FELLOWSHIP REQUIREMENTS

To apply, you must have completed a nationally approved and accredited residency program in urology.  Additional requirements can be reviewed on the fellowship application form (managed in partnership with the AUA): 

2020 Fellowship Match is now closed and will re-open at the end of December 2019

FOR MORE INFO ABOUT FELLOWSHIPS, CONTACT:

Debra Caridi, Executive Assistant
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Endourological Society
4100 Duff Place, Lower Level
Seaford, NY 11783

Phone (516) 520-1226
Fax (516) 520-1225