Meet The Faculty
Mayo Clinic's Department of Urology is committed to excellence in patient care, education, and research. The department coordinates more than 100,000 patient care visits each year and annually performs:
- 150 male incontinence procedures
- 150 men’s sexual health procedures
- 100+ urethroplasties
- 70 urinary diversion and ureteral reconstruction procedures
You participate in clinical care through a preceptorship model incorporating several advanced practice providers, nurses, and numerous others on the team. To facilitate research endeavors, you're granted access to any pre-existing databases, and in addition, faculty members have several active databases and studies.
The program is unique in that you get dedicated time from faculty members who have diverse backgrounds and clinical focuses, such as:
- Acquired neurogenic bladder from spinal cord injury, surgery, and malignancies
- Adults with congenital urologic conditions
- Adult-acquired buried penis
- Database development and surgical education research
- Gender-affirming surgical procedures
- Genitourinary fistula
- Open and Advanced Robotic Reconstruction of male urethral stricture disease
- Ureteral stricture
- Ureteropelvic junction obstruction
- Urinary complications secondary to pelvic radiation
Katherine Anderson, M.D.
J. Nicholas Warner, M.D.
Advisors and mentors
During the fellowship, mentoring is available from all faculty members. You are assigned a specific staff mentor to assist with career goals and assess progress through the fellowship. The mentor meets with you quarterly to ensure your needs are being met.
The Urology Department hosts three to five guest lecturers each year. These lectureships are arranged educational events frequently scheduled over the course of two days. Fellows may present clinical cases to visiting professors for additional networking and educational opportunities.