Mrs and Dr. Peter Carroll with grandchildren and Sam Hawgood

As Urology Chair, Peter R. Carroll, MD, MPH, prepares for more years to come at UCSF, his 30-year anniversary was celebrated...

Left to right Drs Carroll, McAninch, Stoller and Huang

The AAGUS Barringer Medal, awarded to very few, was presented to Dr. Stoller at the April 2017 annual meeting for his distinguished accomplishments ...

Katherine Jung Wins GME Award

UCSF Urology's Katherine Jung wins the Excellence and Innovation award from GME for exemplary efforts...

Ben Breyer, MD and Greg Murphy, MD with IVUFMed doctors

UCSF Urology doctors travel to Senegal with IVUMed, a non-profit organization that brings US urologists to low-resource areas around the world...

UCSFUrology collage

For the third consecutive year, UCSF Urology is number one in NIH funding for urology programs...

2016-17 Pathways to Commitment Mentor Award was presented to Laurence S. Baskin, MD ...

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Under the co-leadership of Pamela Munster, MD and Alan Ashworth, PhD, UCSF opens the new Center for BRCA Research.  The center builds on UCSF's commitment to personalized care with a mission to provide a central resource for families with inherited gene mutation like BRCA1 or BRCA2.

The UCSF Urology community welcomed David B. Joseph, MD, Chief of Pediatric Urology, University of Alabama at Birmingham, as the 2016 Pediatric Urology Visiting Professor...

The UCSF Department of Urology is pleased to announce the results of this year’s Urology residency match.

Thomas Sanford, MD, along with mentors Sima P. Porten, MD, MPH and Maxwell V. Meng, MD having been working to evaluate the molecular basis of urothelial carcinoma using recent advances in genomics and computational biology...

UCSF urologists Maurice Garcia and Peter Carroll's recently developed app (Kegel Nation), which helps monitor Kegel exercise regimens, is now available in iTunes...

Stacey A. Kenfield, ScD, Assistant Professor, Urology, UCSF published an important article in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute late last year showing how vigorous exercise and other healthy habits may protect men from developing lethal prostate cancer.

Davide Ruggero, PhD, and colleagues recently reported on a mechanism that may help explain how prostate cancers develop resistance to drugs that block tumor growth.

UCSF Urology has begun using a new imaging system that exploits the fluorescent properties of naturally occurring molecules in malignant tissues.

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