University of Florida, Jacksonville College of Medicine, Department of Urology
Soroush T. Bazargani, MD, is a Urology Resident at University of Florida, Jacksonville. Previuosly, he was a fellow of clinical urology, at the USC Institute of Urology. Dr. Bazargani went to medical school at Tehran University of Medical Sciences in Tehran, Iran. He was among the top in his class and did urology residency between 2005-2009 in Imam-Khomeini hospital of Urmia university, one of the well-known urology centers in Iran, recognized for renal transplantation. Before finishing his residency, Dr. Bazargani attended the 7th European Urology Residential Education Program (EUREP) course as one of the top-five Iranian urology residents. He then got the first score in European Board of Urology in Sep 2009. After certification with Iranian board of urology with a top score in Sep 2009, he started his career in urology as a full certified urologist. From 2009 to 2013, he took part in multiple research and clinical training program while in urology practice. He also did a 6-month fellowship training in pediatric urology in Tehran Children Medical Center of Excellence, one of the most prestigious centers pioneering modern pediatric urology in Middle-East and has been granted for multiple prize-winning research projects and high-impact publications in both clinical, basic science and stem cell research.
Subsequently, Dr. Bazargani moved to the United States in 2013 and spent one year of research at NYU urology, and three years in clinical research in urologic oncology, endourology and minimally invasive surgery at USC Institute of Urology, USC/Norris comprehensive cancer center. He has had more than 60 abstracts and presentations for which, he honored five international prizes, published more than 30 peer-reviewed articles. He later started his endourology/ uro-laparoscopy/ Minimally-invasive fellowship at the Keck School of Medicine of USC.He then decided to complete his urology residency in US, to be an American-borad-certified urologist.