The goal of Duke’s urologic surgery residency program is to provide a balance between patient care, teaching, and research in the areas of oncology, male infertility and sexual dysfunction, urolithiasis, reconstructive urology, female urology and urodynamics, pediatric urology, and minimally invasive surgery.
Hear from Dr. Allan D. Kirk about the department's educational mission.
Hear from our faculty and residents about their experiences in the Duke Urology Residency Program.
Meet Our People
Get to know our faculty and residents in several video interviews. Learn more about why residents chose Duke Urology for their residency training, how the program prepares residents for successful careers, and what life is like living in Durham, North Carolina.
Over nine decades of experience in caring for patients with urologic diseases has established Duke’s Division of Urology as a world leader in urologic care, research, and education. Learn more about clinical urologic training and research at Duke.
Hear from current Urology residents about their clinical and research interests, the strengths of the Urology Residency program, and their hobbies and activities outside the hospital in Durham, North Carolina.
The Division of Urology offers a Urology Surgeon–Scientist Research Year during PGY3 that is dedicated both to research experiences and learning under the guidance of experienced primary and secondary mentors. Learn more about resident research in Urology.
Duke Urology residents are a close-knit group who enjoy their time together. Learn more about resident activities as part of the program, including Movember, Journal Club, faculty dinners, and, of course, March Madness.
Through excellence in education, research, and patient care, the Duke Urology Residency will be the premier residency program in the United States.
The mission of the Duke Urology Residency is to prepare residents to be complete urologists with the skills to excel in practice or in the pursuit of further training as a subspecialist or surgeon-scientist, and to become leaders in their community and the profession.
Thorough training in these urologic sub-specialties is made possible by the tremendous volume and variety of cases that are presented at this nationally acclaimed university medical center and its affiliated institutions. Training consists of teaching, independent responsibility, and learning through observation, direct supervision, and hands-on experience.
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