Giulia Lane, MD, MS, is a Urologist with fellowship training Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery (FPMRS) and a Health Services Researcher at the University of Michigan. She completed her undergraduate degree at the University of Texas at Dallas (B.S, 2009) and Medical School at Texas A&M University (M.D., 2013). She completed General Surgery internship (2014) and Urology residency training at the University of Minnesota (2018), and subsequent fellowship in Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery (FPMRS) at the University of Michigan (2021). She also completed a master’s degree in Health and Healthcare Research at the University of Michigan in 2020.
Dr. Lane joined the University of Michigan, Department of Urology, Division of Neurourology, and Pelvic Reconstruction in July 2021. Her clinical practice is at University Hospital, West Ann Arbor Clinic, St. Joseph Mercy Chelsea Hospital, and Lieutenant Colonel Charles S. Kettles VA Medical Center in Ann Arbor. Dr. Lane’s clinical focus and practice includes evaluating and treating urinary incontinence, neurogenic bladder, female pelvic floor dysfunction (pelvic organ prolapse, urethral diverticuli, fistula), and reconstruction of the lower urinary tract including ureteral obstruction. She performs transvaginal and transabdominal repair of pelvic organ prolapse, female incontinence surgery such as urethral bulking, synthetic and autologous urethral slings, complex reconstruction including urinary diversions, augmentation, and ureteral reconstruction using open and robotic approaches.
Dr. Lane is a NIDDK Funded K-12 Scholar, and her research is focused on understanding and improving decision-making between patients and clinicians, especially in the care of overactive bladder. She is a member of several research collaboratives with the University of Michigan (Dow Division of Health Services Research, the Institute for Healthcare Policy and Innovation) and across the nation (Society of Urodynamics, Female Pelvic Medicine & Urogenital Reconstruction Research Network; Symptoms of Lower Urinary Tract Dysfunction Research Network).
She is excited to be a member of the University of Michigan and the Department of Urology. The clinical and research collaboration is unparalleled and serving the community and veteran population is fulfilling. She especially cherishes the teaching environment, where she can interact with students, residents, fellows, junior researchers, senior researchers, and clinicians to advance the delivery of Urologic care.
When she is not at work, she enjoys exploring the Ann Arbor community & traveling with her husband and children.
Areas of Interest
Clinical Interests: Urology, Neurourology
Research Interests: Neurourology and urodynamics, female urology, health services research and shared decision making and decision aid use
Fellowship trained in female pelvic medicine and reconstructive surgery and neurourology and abdominal reconstruction.
- Texas A&M Health Sciences Center, Bryan-College Station, TX
- The University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN
- The University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI
- American Urological Association
- Society of Urodynamics, Female Pelvic Medicine & Urogenital Reconstruction
- Society of Women in Urology
- Michigan Urologic Society
- University of Michigan Reed M. Nesbit Urologic Society