About the Department of Urology
The Scott Department of Urology is a premier clinical and academic department that provides a five-year residency program specifically tailored for urologic training. The program includes general surgery, surgical subspecialties, general urology and urological subspecialties. Fellowship training programs in both clinical and the basic sciences are offered by the department. Clinical fellows interact with the residents to enhance the overall teaching and research activities. Department faculty, staff and students are involved in clinical, translational (laboratory to bedside) and basic research. Members of the department play an active role in the community, conducting screenings and providing patient education.
We offer various programs for medical students, residents, fellows as well as continuing education.
We offer a clinically robust five-year training program designed to immerse trainees into all specialty areas within Urology.
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We aim to cultivate diversity, promote culturally responsive medicine, establish inclusion efforts and increase equity-mindedness within our community.
The Scott Department of Urology is a leader among Baylor College of Medicine’s clinical departments in its commitment to research activities.