Urology Overview

A urologist, also known as a genitourinary surgeon, manages congenital and acquired conditions of the genitourinary system and contiguous structures including the adrenal gland. These conditions extend from the fetus to the elderly, and may be benign or malignant. A urologist has comprehensive knowledge of these disorders and the patients in whom they occur. This specialist is skilled in medical and open surgical therapy of these conditions as well as endoscopic, percutaneous, and other minimally invasive methods.1

1 The American Board of Medical Specialties. Guide to Physician Specialties. Evanston, IL: American Board of Medical Specialties; February 2008.

Urology Faculty Advisors

Duane Baldwin DBaldwin@llu.edu
Gary Barker GRBarker@llu.edu
Ed Ko EYKo@llu.edu

Urology Interest Group

President: Shannice Baker

Vice President: Jeffrey Lee

Secretary: Ana Jacinto


Event Coordinator: 

Research Liaison: 

3rd Year Rep: 

2nd Year Rep: Jonathan Ewald

1st  Year Rep: 

Faculty Advisors: Dr. Herbert Ruckle and Dr. Ed Ko

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