The Department of Urology offers multiple fellowship programs which provide vigorous training, challenging clinical experiences, as well as numerous opportunities that helps the Fellow to become adept in clinical practice and research.
Andrology Fellowship Program
The Division of Andrology at the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC) provides a state-of-the-art experience in male reproductive medicine. The andrology fellowship is designed to provide a foundation in male reproductive microsurgery and medicine for future faculty in academic programs.
Applications for the 2025-2026 fellowship are currently being accepted and formal interviews will begin January 1. Please click below for more information.
Genital Reconstructive Fellowship Program
The Genital Reconstructive Fellowship Program is designed to ensure that upon completion, trainees achieve a targeted knowledge of uro-genital dysfunction including transgender health. The program is also designed to ensure that on completion, trainees have the requisite surgical skills to perform reconstructive procedures such as phalloplasty, vaginectomies, neouretra reconstruction, harvesting of different flap sites.
Applications for the 2025-2026 fellowship are being accepted and interviews are being held now.
Minimally Invasive Urology Fellowship Program
The Division of Minimally Invasive Surgery sponsors a special fellowship in robotic-focused minimally invasive urological surgery. The Fellow is trained and participates in a range of clinical and research activities, including surgical procedures and a host of regular meetings and conferences.
We are currently accepting applications for the 2025-2026 fellowship are being accepted and interviews are being held now.