The goal of this fellowship is to produce leaders in robotic surgery and minimally invasive urologic oncology.

Duke's very high-volume surgical practice offers exposure to and proficiency in the treatment of basic to very complex ureteral reconstruction, and kidney, bladder and prostate cancers and conditions using multiple robotic platforms (multiport, SP…) and approaches (intraperitoneal, retroperitoneal, etc.). Fellows will have exposure to focal therapy techniques for image-targeted cancer treatment of prostate and kidney cancer. 

Our goal is to provide trainees with opportunities to develop the clinical, surgical, and research skills needed to be leaders in their fields. 

Program Director

Assistant Professor of Urology

Fellowship Duration

The fellowship is offered as a one-year experience; however, we will consider applicants who desire a two-year experience with one year dedicated to robotics and the other to stone disease.