Urology Residency Program Resident Research
The resident begins his/her research project during the PGY-3 (Uro-1) year while on the three-month research rotation. The faculty involved with the project will work with the resident to set a timetable for the research projects. Each resident will be mandated to complete a case study, a retrospective clinical study and prospective project which will be submitted for presentation and publication in a peer review journal. Ample guidance for completion of the research project will be provided through the Director of Urology, the Research Committee, your Faculty Advisors and the Director of Research & Education.
The completed Research project will enable the resident to gain funding for the presentation of their work at a local or national level. The publication of the residents’ research project is an expected part of their research project and will be supported by the Director of Urology, the Research Committee, your Faculty Advisors and the Director of Research & Education.