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Department of Urology Research

Our faculty conduct research to better understand urologic disease.

The Department of Urology at NYU Langone is committed to conducting research that makes a difference in patients’ lives. Our faculty conduct basic and translational as well as clinical research in areas that span the range of conditions that affect the genitourinary tract.

As part of the Genitourinary Cancer Disease Management Group at Perlmutter Cancer Center, our faculty investigate new immunotherapies, targeted therapies, and treatment combinations for genitourinary cancers.

Our faculty are conducting research in the following areas.

Benign Urothelium and Kidney Stone Disease Research Faculty

James Borin, MD
Xue-Ru Wu, MD
Philip T. Zhao, MD

Bladder Cancer Research Faculty

LaMont J. Barlow, MD
Mohit Gupta, MD
William C. Huang, MD
Gary D. Steinberg, MD
Xue-Ru Wu, MD

Genitourinary Development Research Faculty

Ellen Shapiro, MD
Susan K. Logan, PhD

Kidney Cancer Research Faculty

William C. Huang, MD

Pelvic Organ Prolapse, Urinary Incontinence, and Voiding Dysfunction Research Faculty

Benjamin M. Brucker, MD

Population Health Research Faculty

The following members of our faculty study bladder cancer, infertility, and prostate cancer through the lens of population health.

Bladder Cancer

Danil V. Makarov, MD
Richard S. Matulewicz, MD

Infertility

Bobby B. Najari, MD

Prostate Cancer

Stacy Loeb, MD, MSc
Danil V. Makarov, MD

Prostate Cancer Research Faculty

William C. Huang, MD
Herbert Lepor, MD
Stacy Loeb, MD, MSc
Susan K. Logan, PhD
Michael J. Garabedian, PhD
Samir Taneja, MD
Elaine L. Wilson, PhD
James S. Wysock, MD

Urologic Reconstruction Research Faculty

Lee C. Zhao, MD
Nnenaya Agochukwu, MD

Urothelial Biology Research Faculty

Xue-Ru Wu, MD
Tung-Tien Sun, PhD

Transgender Health Research Faculty

Bobby B. Najari, MD
Nnenaya Agochukwu, MD
Lee C. Zhao, MD

Urology Clinical Trials

We conduct clinical trials that lead to improved treatments and outcomes for patients.