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Accredited Fellowships

Wake Forest University School of Medicine

Program Director

Catherine A. Matthews, MD
camatthe@wakehealth.edu

Contact

Mary C. Locke
Wake Forest Baptist Health
Department of Urology
140 Charlois Blvd.
Winston-Salem, NC 27103
(336) 716-4310
(336) 716-9042
mlocke@wakehealth.edu
Website

Faculty

Urogynecology
Catherine Matthews, MD
Samuel Lentz, MD
Candace Parker-Autry, MD

Gastroenterology
Nyree Thorne, MD
Gregory Waters, MD

Urology
Gopal Badlani, MD
Robert Evans, MD
Ryan Terlecki, MD
Majid Mirzazadeh, MD

Gerontology
Kathryn Callahan, MD
Holly Jean Coward, MD
Candace Parker-Autry, MD
Majid Mirzazadeh, MD

Research
Steve Walker, PhD
Koudy Williams, PhD

Program Offers

3-Year Gynecology Fellowship
2-Year Urology Fellowship

The Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Pelvic Surgery Fellowship at Wake Forest is ACGME compliant and accredited. The program is truly one of the few training programs in the USA where reconstructive urology and gynecology is completely integrated into one division that spans two departments. Fellows in our program become proficient in all modes of surgery including open, robotic, and transvaginal approaches. There are clinical rotations in FPHRS, Urology, Colorectal/Gastroenterology, and Geriatrics which all serve a large and diverse patient population.

In addition to our unique and robust clinical training program, Wake Forest offers a once-in-a-lifetime research opportunity through our world renowned Regenerative Medicine Institute. Led by the Chair of Urology, Dr. Anthony Atala, the institute provides an exceptional opportunity for fellows to participate in cutting edge translational research, including the development of an autologous neovagina, novel treatments for interstitial cystitis, and stem cell therapies for stress incontinence.

Requirements: Completion of ACGME accredited Resident Program; applicants must be U.S. citizens or permanent residents; must maintain full NC Medical License.

Program Length: Gynecologist – 3 years; Urologist – 2 years

Number of Fellows: one per year

Application Process: ERAS. For more information on the ERAS application process, please visit the AAMC website and follow the ERAS prompt.

Interviews: We will be conducting interviews in February during the 2020 SUFU Winter Meeting and at Wake Forest on April 24, 2020.

Note: We are involved in the National Resident Match Program (NRMP). To register for the fellowship matching process, please go to the NRMP web site.