The Scott Department of Urology at Baylor College of Medicine has designed a five-year residency program specifically tailored for urologic training. The program includes general surgery, surgical subspecialties, general urology and urological subspecialties. This program offers residents extensive clinical exposure, combined with a scholarly experience, which will prepare them for lifelong careers as leaders in academic or clinical urology.
In addition, the Scott Department of Urology at Baylor College of Medicine provides fellowship training in both clinical and the basic sciences. Clinical fellows interact with the residents to enhance the overall teaching and research activities of the Scott Department of Urology. Fellows are encouraged to participate in rounds, conferences, clinics, and in regional and national meetings.
- Medical Student Electives
- Urology Residency
- Pediatric Urology Fellowship
- Male Reproductive Medicine and Surgery Fellowship
- Urologic Oncology Fellowship
- Minimally Invasive Surgery/Endourology Fellowship
- NIH Training Grant - Ph.D. Research Fellowship
- NIH Training Grant - M.D. & M.D./Ph.D. Research Fellowship
- NIDDK Multidisciplinary K12 Urologic Career Development Program
Continuing Medical Education
Urologists continue their medical education in the department by attending the Scott Department of Urology's "Innovations in Urologic Practice" program as well as attending Continuing Medical Education-sponsored meetings throughout the year, including programs sponsored by the American Urological Association Office of Education.