Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School Division of Urology is seeking a urologist with a subspecialty in Andrology/Infertility to join its faculty practice as a CORE faculty member in addition to participating in the Urology Residency Training Program in the area of educating and mentoring uUrology residents.
Graduate of an ACGME approved residency program and approved Andrology fellowship.
Medical license, CDS, DEA
The Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School division of urology currently has an opportunity for a faculty position for a urologist with training and special interest and training in andrology and men’s health. The successful applicant will have completed a fellowship in Male Reproductive Medicine/Male Infertility. The candidate will be expected to develop a clinical practice focusing on male reproductive medicine and infertility along with some general urology. The successful candidate should be proficient in all aspects of men’s health including male factor infertility, erectile dysfunction, microscopic surgery (vasectomy reversal), and hypogonadism. The candidate will also have opportunity to coordinate care for large volume post-prostatectomy (and post-cystectomy and RPLND) patients seen within the division. Further, there is opportunity to develop an onc-fertility program at the Cancer Institute of New Jersey. The candidate will be part of the core faculty involved in training our Urology residents in of Andrology/Infertility/and Men’s Health and is expected to participate in educational activities and division matters.