Each Fellowship will typically contain a clinical, research and education component, allowing Fellows to gain a well-rounded understanding of urologic specialty care. In some instances, the clinical training may be performed at a different institution if a Fellow is participating in a research-focused Fellowship.The Department of Urology is strongly invested in training tomorrow's thought leaders in the field of Urology. As such, the Department offers a wide range of Fellowships for residents to continue their education. These more focused segments of urologic education typically last two to three years and can touch on a wide range of urologic specialties, including endourology, urologic oncology, pediatric urology, and more.
Fellowships with the Department of Urology are part of the larger UMHS Residency and Fellowship offerings, ranked as one of the best places for young doctors to train in their chosen field.
For more information on Urology’s Fellowship offerings, follow the links below.
- Endourology Fellowship
- Female Pelvic Medicine & Reconstructive Surgery (Urology FPMRS) Fellowship
- Health Services Research Fellowship (NIDDK T32)
- Society of Urologic Oncology Fellowship (NCI T32)
- UroEPI Career Development Program (NIDDK K12)
The University of Michigan is a non-discriminatory Affirmative Action Employer and strongly encourages underrepresented minorities and women to apply. Moreover, we have a significant interest in research devoted to health disparities and health inequities. Candidates with a research focus in these areas will be eligible for a travel stipend if they are selected for interview.
The University of Michigan offers highly competitive salaries and tremendous benefits to our residents/fellows. An overview of salary, benefits and employment eligibility is available on the GME Office website, under “Prospective Residents/Fellows”.