Matthew P. Rutman, MD
College of Physicians and Surgeons
HIP, 11th Floor, Department of Urology
161 Fort Washington Ave.
New York, NY 10032
Gina Badalato, MD
Doreen Chung, MD
Kimberly L. Cooper, MD
Fellowship in Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Urology
This one-year fellowship at Columbia University is uniquely designed to offer extensive experience in all aspects of voiding dysfunction. The fellow will be exposed to the office and surgical management of pelvic floor disorders (including vaginal surgery, robotic sacrocolpopexy and sacrohysteropexy), BPH (TURP, Green Light Laser, Urolift, HOLEP), incontinence and voiding dysfunction (slings, neurostimulation, Botox, artificial sphincters, male slings and prolapse repair), and video-urodynamics. In addition, there will be ample clinical research opportunities with emphasis on writing and academic presentations.
The faculty consists of four fellowship-trained urologists who specialize in male and female voiding dysfunction and pelvic floor reconstruction, and a fellowship-trained urogynecologist with expertise in pelvic floor reconstruction and minimally invasive urogynecology.
We are now accepting applications for July 2020. Applicants should have completed a formal urology residency in the United States as approved by the ACGME by July 2020 and be eligible for New York state licensure.
Program Length: 1
Number of Fellows: 1 per year
Interview Dates: November through February
Application Process: Submit CV, 3 LOR's and intent letter