The Urologic Oncology Fellowship at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center is the largest and oldest of its kind in the world. Established by Willet Whitmore, Jr., in 1951, the program continues a tradition of rigorous clinical and research training in urologic oncology.
Graduates of our Urologic Oncology Fellowship Program have become leaders in urologic oncology and chairs of departments at major medical centers in the United States and around the world.
Accredited by the Society of Urologic Oncology, the fellowship is structured to provide a two-year experience consisting of at least one year of clinical training and one year of research, with an option for a third year dedicated to research.
The clinical experience provides fellows with comprehensive, multidisciplinary, hands-on training in all aspects of the surgical management of genitourinary cancers as well as interaction with medical and radiation oncologists.
Qualified urologists can participate in one to two years of research training. Learn more about the research experience.
Gregory Auffenberg, Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine
Arjun Sivaraman, Washington University School of Medicine
Karim Marzouk, University of Western Ontario
Mazyar Ghannaat, Program Director Urologic Oncology
Sumit Isharwal, University of Virginia Health System
Shawn Dason, The Ohio State University
Lucas Dean, University of Alberta
Samuel C. Haywood, Cleveland Clinic Glickman Urological and Kidney Institute
Roy Mano, Tel-Aviv Sourasky Medical Center, Sackler School of Medicine, Tel-Aviv University
Victor McPherson, McGill University
Alejando Sanchez, Huntsman Cancer Institute and University of Utah
Nirmal T. John, Christian Medical College
Nima Almassi, Cleveland Clinic
Ricardo Alvim, University of Pittsburgh Medical Center
Gregory Thomas Chesnut, Walter Reed National Military Medical Center
Chun Huang, Dr. F. H. Wigmore Regional Hospital
Taehyoung Lee, Grand River Hospital
Nirmish Singla, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
Nathan Wong, New York Medical College
Kyrollis Attalla (Residency, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai)
Timothy Clinton (Residency, University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center)
Ghalib Jibara (Residency, Duke University Medical Center)
Andrew Tracey (Residency, Virginia Commonwealth University)
Andrew Lenis (Residency, UCLA)
Trey Durdin (Residency, Baylor Scott & White)
Brittney Cotta (Residency, UC San Diego)
Matthew Clements (Residency, University of Virginia Medical School)
Phillip Rappold (Residency, University of Rochester Medical Center)
Peter Reisz (Residency, Vanderbilt University Medical Center)
Hong Truong (Residency, Thomas Jefferson University Hospital)
Benefits and Environment
Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center is located on the Upper East Side of Manhattan — a vibrant, safe community with many nearby activities for adults and children. Salary and benefits are provided to all fellows according to level of training (number of postgraduate years). In addition, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center provides housing accommodations at a subsidized rate to all fellows in the form of unfurnished apartments within a short walking distance of the hospital. There are many schools and affordable childcare options nearby.
See Society of Urologic Oncology for application deadline
Length of Program
All fellowship candidates must have completed residency training in urology and be board-eligible urologists. The candidate must have passed the USMLE examinations or any equivalent predecessor or successor examination and hold a valid ECFMG certificate. Selected candidates must qualify for and obtain a limited permit to practice medicine from the New York State Education Department, in accordance with its requirements and be visa-eligible.
How to Apply
Please refer to the Society of Urologic Oncology website to complete the Fellowship Match Application and view the timeline.