Interested in the Society of Urologic Oncology Fellowship at Washington University in St. Louis? Join the Division of Urology for a virtual open house on January 14 at 6:00 p.m. CST to meet faculty and learn more about the training applicants can expect at Washington University School of Medicine.
Attending surgeons from the Division of Urology, including Zachary Smith, MD, Jason Frankel, MD, Arjun Sivaraman, MD, MBBS, MS, MCH, Eric Kim, MD, Lewis Thomas, MD, and Division Chief Gerald Andriole, MD, will share information about the program and discuss the fellowship. Participants are encouraged to bring questions for the attendings.
The Division of Urology and Barnes-Jewish Hospital recently started offering the Society of Urologic Oncology (SUO) Fellowship. The program is designed to train fellows to be successful urologic oncologists by providing a broad clinical and research experience at a top tertiary care facility with a high performing ranking from U.S. News & World Report.
SUO fellowships “specifically provide a multidisciplinary exposure to Urologic Oncology and provide an opportunity to spend an extended period of time devoted to the care of patients with GU malignancies and urologic oncology research in order to prepare the fellow for a productive career in Urologic Oncology.”
The Society of Urologic Oncology Fellowship is a two-year program comprising 12 months of clinical time and 12 months of research time. The fellow will learn a variety of medical and surgical approaches to all urologic malignancies through assisting urologic oncology faculty in the operating room and outpatient clinic setting. In addition, Washington University School of Medicine provides ample opportunities for the fellow to participate in continuing medical education (CME) activities.
Applicants apply through the SUO match program. The application deadline is February 28, 2021. Interviews will be on April 15, 2021, and April 16, 2021.