Pediatric Urology Research

Research in the Division of Pediatric Urology covers a wide range of related topics. Led by Dr. John Park, the Chen-Yang Chang Professor of Pediatric Urology, the Division frequently joins forces to conduct research on everything from urologic disorders, such as crpytorchdism or urinary fistulas; issues with urologic anatomy, such as the kidneys, bladder, or urethra; and pediatric urology procedures.

These research efforts are supported by various grants sponsored by numerous educational institutions, non-profit organizations, and the federal government.

Practical Application

This diverse range of research activities and interests converge to give the team a unique level of understanding of the many factors that cause and affect urologic conditions. This expertise also allows us to create individualized treatment plans including a combination of medications, behavioral therapy, or surgery.

To find out more about how the Division of Pediatric Urology puts research findings to use in treating patients, visit the C.S. Mott Children's Hospital homepage.

Additional Information

For more information on the pediatric urology-related research done by the Department of Urology, click here to view recent publications from faculty members.

To find out more about the faculty members conducting this work, including their research interests, recent publications and any grants with which they may be working, click below:

John M. Park, M.D.

Cheng-Yang Chang Professor of Pediatric Urology
Professor, Urology
Surgeon-in-Chief, C.S. Mott Children's Hospital
Chief, Division of Pediatric Urology
Director, Pediatric Urology Fellowship, Urology