Duke University Medical Center has two endourology fellowships which begin on August 15 each year: Endourology & Metabolic Stone Disease and Robotic & Minimally Invasive Surgery/Urologic Oncology.

Tara Morgan, MD, heads the robotic and MIS surgery/oncology program, while Jodi Antonelli, MD, oversees the endourology and stone disease program.

Currently, the fellowship program is designed to explore both the medical and surgical aspects of nephrolithiasis and to investigate techniques that will facilitate minimally invasive surgery and robotics. Our goal is to provide trainees with opportunities to develop the clinical, surgical, and research skills needed to be leaders in their fields. 

Program Directors

Associate Professor of Urology
Assistant Professor of Urology

Fellowship Duration

These fellowships are offered separately as one- year experiences; however, we will consider applicants who desire a two-year experience with one year dedicated to robotics and the other to stone disease.