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Overview

The two-year Endourology Fellowship at Mayo Clinic's campus in Phoenix, Arizona, is a comprehensive program which develops skills in endourology and minimally invasive surgery. The two-year program structure is designed to allow the fellow to become proficient in clinical practice, education, basic and clinical research, and learn advanced surgical techniques. 

Areas that will be mastered include:

  • Metabolic stone disease,
  • Advanced laparoscopy and robotics
  • Holmium laser enucleation of the prostate
  • Close working relationships with focus on one-on-one surgical mentoring
  • Strong didactic curriculum that includes a variety of conferences, lectures, and courses

The fellowship will encompass a combination of clinical and research training, including basic sciences, clinical and outcomes based projects. The fellow will be afforded the opportunity to investigate and pursue their own research initiatives and in most cases the fellowship may be structured to allow the fellow to emphasize their individual interests.

Accreditation

The program is sponsored by the Endourology Society.

Certification

After successfully completing the program, you are eligible to for a two-year certificate issued by the Endourological Society and a Certificate of Completion from Mayo Clinic School of Graduate Medical Education.

Program history

The Endourology Fellowship at Mayo Clinic's campus in Arizona began in 2013. The fellowship recruits one fellow per year and has a complement of two fellows.

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