SURS Program

Debate: Upper Pole 4cm Tumor for Partial Nephrectomy - What is the Best Approach?

Thursday, September 20
4:21 PM - 4:40 PM
Location: Room 242A

Craig Rogers

Director of Renal Surgery
Henry Ford Hospital

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Arieh Shalhav

Chief, Section of Urologic Surgery Professor of Surgery and the Comprehensive Cancer Research Center Director of Robotic Surgery
The University of Chicago

Arieh L. Shalhav, M.D. received his M.D. degree from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. He completed an internship and urology residency at the Sheba Medical Center, Sackler School of Medicine Tel Aviv University. During his residency he received a one year scholarship and trained at Mount Sinai Medical Center in New York. After completing his residency, he began a fellowship in laparoscopy/endourology at Washington University in St. Louis and remained for one year as Assistant Professor of Urology. In July 1999 he accepted a position as Director of Laparoscopic Urologic Surgery and Assistant Professor of Urology at Indiana University School of Medicine, Indianapolis, where he developed one of the most active laparoscopic urology programs in the country. In 2002, Dr. Shalhav joined the faculty at the University of Chicago Medical Center as the Director of Laparoscopic and Robotic Urologic Surgery, where he established an Endourologic Society fellowship that in 2011 became a Society of Urologic Oncology fellowship training 3 fellows a year. Dr. Shalhav is a pioneer in the field and has built a prominent clinical and research robotic surgery program in the country. He authored multiple manuscripts, has been faculty on multiple conferences and ran 5 major CME courses. In 2005 he became director of the University of Chicago multi specialty robotic program, today one of the largest in the country. In 2007 Dr. Shalhav was named The Fritz and Mary Lee Duda Family Professor and Chief of Urology at The University of Chicago. In 2010, Dr. Shalhav was the President of the 28th WCE Meeting in Chicago. He has received awards for his teaching, research, and clinical work from multiple societies. He is an active member in these societies and has vast experience in robotic and laparoscopic management of urologic disease.

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