Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota, offers one position in a one-year Minimally Invasive Urologic Surgery Fellowship with a focus on endourology and stone disease, and includes robotic and laparoscopic surgical procedures.
This fellowship provides clinical experience with advanced endoscopic surgery for benign prostatic hyperplasia and stone disease, principles of mineral metabolism, and metabolic stone evaluation. You will have exposure to laparoscopic robotic and image-guided surgery.
In addition to a high-volume quaternary health care facility, you will have direct access to multiple research resources, including National Institutes of Health-funded stone research, the Rochester Epidemiology Project, and multiple oncologic databases.
The Minimally Invasive Urologic Surgery Fellowship is accredited through the Endourological Society for an advanced clinical training certificate in endourology and stone disease.
A one-year Advanced Clinical Training Certificate is awarded by the Endourological Society at completion of the program.
This fellowship began at Mayo Clinic in 2013. One fellow will complete this program annually.