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Our department is committed to ensuring that urologists achieve the highest standards of professional training. We do this through our nationally recognized residency program, fellowship training opportunities, and a rich program of continuing medical education. Our goal is to develop compassionate physicians expert in the latest urologic evaluation, intervention, and research.

Our vision:

  • to provide compassionate, cost-effective, skillful and innovative care to all patients
  • to ask relevant questions and answer them with scientific knowledge obtained through laboratory and clinical research
  • to educate students, residents and fellows in the art and science of urology and thereby to train the future leaders in our field
  • to recognize that the Department of Urology is a group of individuals working together, responsibly and ethically, to achieve its goals

Click here to see UCSF Urology's committment to "Advancing Healthcare Worldwide".

Education News & Highlights

Physicians, nurses, medical assistants and administrators make up Team Glycosuria Fourteen enthusiastic Urology team members have agreed to UCSF’s Living Well Step it Up: The No Sugar Challenge.To...
  Matthew Truesdale, MD PGY5 recently won the 2015 "Teaching to Choose Wisely" campaign, for his project "Teaching Resident Surgeons the Costs Associated with Surgical Supplies.”  The award,...
  The first Peter R. Carroll Resident Mentorship Award went to Maxwell V. Meng, MD.  The plaque, which carries a Robert Frost quote, “I am not a teacher, but an awakener” will hang in the Department'...
UCSF Urology associate professor, Tom Chi, MD and fourth year medical student Pauline Filippou received special coverage for their presentation during a podium session at the American Urologic...
  Rachel Selekman, MD, 5th year resident with UCSF Urology and colleagues won Best Poster at the American Urologic Association 2015 annual meeting (AUA15) for the Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia:...
Sixth-year residents, Lindsay A. Hampson, MD and Anobel Y Odisho, MD MPH have accumulated impressive list of myriad honors and awards during their time with UCSF Urology. Their most recent award was...
Maxwell V. Meng, MD, Professor and Chief of Urologic Oncology, UCSF was recently named Assistant Editor of The Journal of Urology, the official journal of the American Urological Association.  In his...