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To follow are some helpful resources with available Minimally Invasive Surgery (MIS) Fellowships in Robotic-Assisted Surgery.

Florida Hospital Global Robotics Institute in Celebration
Website: http://www.endourology.org/positions/florida-hospital-global-robotics-institute/
Contact Name: Vipul R. Patel, MD
Phone Number: (407) 303-4926
Email Address: Ashley.Fialkowski@flhosp.org


Hackensack University Medical Center Department of Urology
Website: http://www.endourology.org/positions/hackensack-university-medical-center-department-of-urology/
Contact Name: Ravi Munver, M.D.,
Phone Number: (551) 996-8090
Email Address: RMunver@HackensackUMC.org


John Wayne Cancer Institute
The fellowship will provide an important training mechanism for urologists interested in learning state-of-the-art minimally invasive robotic-assisted surgical techniques and multi-modality care of patients with urologic cancers.
Website: http://california.providence.org/john-wayne/fellowship-training/urologic-oncology-fellowship/
Contact Name: Valerie Zapanta, Dept of Urology Program Coordinator
Email Address: Valerie.Zapanta@providence.org


Temple University Hospital
This is a one year unaccredited clinical fellowship open to US graduates who have completed a urology residency program. The fellowship is based on an apprenticeship model that highly focuses on a robotic console operative experience. Operative experience is roughly 40% prostate/bladder oncology, 35% renal oncology, 25% advanced upper and lower tract reconstructive procedures. Fellows are expected to take attending call (1/6-7), teach residents and students, be actively involved in writing and manage clinical research projects, video edit, and participate in educational meetings. Funding is available for the fellow to attend the AUA and an international meeting.  The ideal candidate will be a motivated, team-oriented and amicable individual that is interested in writing, teaching and becoming a very competent robotic surgeon. This fellowship focuses on robotic-assisted urologic oncology and reconstructive surgery. Applicants interested in furthering laparoscopic and endoscopic training need not apply.
Website: http://tuh.templehealth.org/content/residency.htm
Contact Name: Daniel Eun, MD
Phone Number: 1-215-470-2530
Email Address: Daniel.Eun@tuhs.temple.edu


Texas Children's Hospital | Baylor College of Medicine
Website: http://www.texaschildrens.org/health-professionals/fellowships-and-residencies/pediatric-urology-fellowship
Contact Name:Chester Koh, MD, FACS, FAAP
Phone: Carolyn Galvan - 832-822-3168
Email: cxkoh@texaschildrens.org | ckohMD1@gmail.com


University of Rochester Medical Center
Website: https://www.urmc.rochester.edu/urology/education/fellowship.aspx
Contact Name: Jean Joseph, M.D.
Email Address: stephany_greenough@urmc.rochester.edu


Weill Cornell Medical College, Dept. of Urology
The goal of the fellowship is to thoughtfully apply robotic-assisted and minimally invasive surgery with the da Vinci Xi® System for the spectrum of urologic disease from oncology to reconstruction. The goal of the fellowship is to train artisans and leaders inadvanced urology techniques.
Website: https://www.cornellurology.com/education/fellowship-program/fellowship-in-urologic-oncology/
Contact Name: James Hu, MD
Phone Number: 1-212-746-4600
Email Address: jch9011@med.cornell.edu

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