New Orleans, LA
Dec 4, 2019
The training program is a one - two year duration with an additional month of patient care continuity transitional period. There is an option to stay an additional year. The second year is at the discretion of the program director based on the progression and aptitude of the fellow, which includes advanced Andrology and Sexual Medicine training.
The goals and objectives are for our fellows to have an extensive experience with penile prosthesis surgery, artificial urinary sphincters, sling procedures, and reconstructive surgeries. In addition, the fellows are expected to undertake both basic and clinical research with presentations and publications at the local, regional, national, and international levels. In addition, the fellows are encouraged to become familiar with the clinical and research grant process, develop alliances with the medical industry, and serve on academic committees related to Andrology and Men’s Sexual Health.
As per our record here at the Andrology section of Tulane University Medical Center, we have demonstrated excellent productivity, with the majority of my previous fellows entering academic positions both in the United States and abroad.
Prerequisite Training/Selection Criteria:
a. Successful completion of Medical School
b. Successful completion of a Surgery Internship and Urology Residency
c. Demonstrated proof of United States citizenship or appropriate visa status
d. Ability to obtain a medical licensure from Louisiana State Board of Medical Examiners.
e. Ability to conduct clinical and basic science research which results in a minimum of three major publications within first year of fellowship training.
Interested candidates must apply in Interfolio.
Please submit CV, letter of interest, photo, medical school transcript, (3) professional references and a letter from the residency program director.
To learn more about the Department of Urology at Tulane, please visit: https://medicine.tulane.edu/departments/urology/academic-programs/fellowship/andrology