The Indiana University School of Medicine Department of Urology offers four fellowship programs for subspecialty training: urologic oncology, pediatric urology, minimally invasive urology surgery (laproscopic/robotic) and endourology. In all urology fellowship programs, fellows train with high-volume, world-renowned surgeons and get dedicated time for academic pursuits.
At IU School of Medicine, many urology fellows pursue a master’s degree in clinical or translational research during their fellowship training.
Residents and practicing physicians who are considering a urology residency in Indianapolis can find out more about IU School of Medicine’s Graduate Medical Education program, including details on stipends, benefits, policies and more. All applications must be submitted through ERAS.
Led by Timothy Masterson, MD, the Urologic Oncology Fellowship Program at Indiana University School of Medicine is a two-year program comprised of one research year followed by one year of clinical fellowship. The program provides comprehensive training in clinical genitourinary oncology through advanced surgical training, multidisciplinary didactics and clinical/translational research work.
Pediatric Urology Fellowship
Led by Benjamin Whittam, MD, MS, the Pediatric Urology Fellowship at IU School of Medicine is a two-year, ACGME-accredited fellowship that provides subspecialty training in the clinical care of children with urologic disease at IU Health Riley Children’s Hospital.
Minimally Invasive Urology Surgery Fellowship
Led by Chandru Sundaram, MD, the Minimally Invasive Surgery Fellowship offered by Department of Urology is a one or two-year program that focuses on laproscopic and robotic surgical techniques and provides comprehensive training in minimally invasive urology surgery. Fellows in this program have an opportunity to earn a master’s degree in clinical research from Indiana University School of Medicine as part of the program.
Led by Marcelino Rivera, MD, the Endourology Fellowship is a one or two-year program that focuses on complex surgical and metabolic management of stone disease with a focus on percutaneous nephrolithotomy. The fellowship also provides a unique opportunity to learn holmium laser enucleation of the prostate (HoLEP) for benign prostatic hyperplasia.