The 2023 Visiting Student Sub-I application season has opened. Please visit the AAMC VSLO website for more information and to apply for Urology 401C.
Applications for summer urology rotations are accepted until midnight on Monday, March 27, 2023. Applications for fall rotations are accepted until midnight on Monday, April 17, 2023.
Welcome to Duke Urology. We appreciate your interest in urology and our program. Duke is a top research and training institution, and we’re consistently ranked as one of the best urology programs in the country by U.S.News & World Report. We think you’ll agree that Duke Urology is a great place to develop and learn.
It is our pleasure to welcome visiting fourth-year medical students to spend four weeks rotating with our program as urology subinterns. As a subintern, you will be an integral part of the clinical team and exposed to a range of experiences, including some of the most innovative treatments available.
Subinterns are expect to:
- Participate in the operating room
- Accompany the on-call residents
- Participate in in-patient rounds
- Participate in departmental educational conferences
You will have the opportunity to participate meaningfully in patient care while you showcase and sharpen your clinical and surgical skills and demonstrate and develop your ability to perform the core activities expected of a house officer. During your rotation, you will also work closely with our faculty, fellows, and residents, which will give you a feel for what life is like during urology training and beyond.
We also encourage our sub-Is to spend time appreciating the many activities and experiences the Triangle and North Carolina have to offer. Our goal is for you to return to your home institution with the understanding of the culture of Duke’s Urology Program and with the knowledge of what it takes to be a successfully resident and urologist.
We accept a maximum of four subinterns per rotation block. Students are welcome to submit applications for more than one rotation block. More information about our fourth-year subinternship is available through VSLO and the Urology Subinternship (Urology 401C) page.
Applications are submitted through the AAMC VLSO website. The urology sub-I course is called Urology 401C. More information about rotating as a visiting student at Duke can be found on the Duke University School of Medicine Visiting Students website.
Scott Campbell, Visiting Student Coordinator, will notify visiting students when their rotations has been approved. Students are notified through the VLSO website.
Urology subinterns will receive a welcome letter and other coordinating instructions by email from Dr Karen Baker’s office. This information is sent one to two weeks before the rotation begins.
Questions about the Duke Urology subinternships should be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please put “Urology Subinternship” in the subject line.
Questions about visiting student rotations should be directed to:
Scott Campbell, Office of the Registrar
Room 0386, 3rd Floor Seeley G Mudd Building
8 Searle Center Drive
Box 3878 DUMC
Durham NC 27710
Tel (919) 684-8042
Main Office (919) 684-2304
Fax (919) 684-4322