The UCLA Department of Urology has at the core of its mission to educate and train the next generation of leading physicians and scientists.We are committed to providing excellent training through a mixture of clinical experience, didactic material, research and investigative pursuits. We seek to create world leaders in urological health and science by providing the highest quality education for our trainees through our renowned medical student, residency and fellowship programs. Residency > | Fellowships > Medical Students >
The UCLA Urology Residency Program is a fully accredited 6 year program. Our Residents spend one year in General Surgery, four years in General Urology and one year dedicated to basic or clinical research. Residents obtain comprehensive training in urodynamics, renal transplantation, female urology, oncology, endoscopic and laparoscopic surgery, pediatric urology, extracorporeal shockwave lithotripsy, adrenal surgery and renovascular surgery.
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UCLA Urology has fellowship programs in: andrology, endourology, health services, urologic oncology, female pelvic medicine & reconstructive surgery, and renal transplantation. UCLA is a top tier research institution with dedicated and experienced faculty, a superb hospital system, and an incredibly diverse multicultural environment. Couple that with UCLA Urology’s commitment to maintaining high standards for its educational programs and these are the key ingredients for extraordinary learning. Fellowships >
UCLA Urology considers its mission of teaching and training medical students as an integral part of its overall academic mission. We welcome medical student participation in the operating room, in the ambulatory clinics, and in our many research endeavors. UCLA medical students can participate in rotations at our five hospitals that have active and busy urology programs: Ronald Regan Medical Center, Santa Monica Hospital, the Wadsworth Veterans Affairs Hospital, the Harbor-UCLA Medical Center, and the Olive View Medical Center. Medical Student Program >
As part of its commitment to high-impact education, UCLA Urology convened an important Grand Rounds session for faculty, residents, students and staff to examine the issue of racism and its destructive impact on medical professionals, patients and society in general. As a result of these presentations, the Department created a committee to direct meaningful change within the Department that will forward its commitment to equality.
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Peter Starrett Chair in Medical Education: providing vital resources to support UCLA Urology’s educational programs. Dr. Jennifer Singer, clinical professor of urology, is the inaugural chair holder.