Our urology program provides expert care to our patients.
Investigating Underlying Mechanisms in Bladder Cancer
A Columbia surgeon-scientist/urologic oncologist pursues translational research via patient-derived organoid lines to study the molecular profiles of non-muscle invasive and muscle invasive bladder tumors.
Bladder Preservation or Radical Cystectomy: Understanding the Options
Columbia urologists investigate if bladder preservation may be appropriate for well-selected patents with high-risk recurrent non-muscle invasive cancer who have previously been treated with intravesical Bacillus Calmette-Guerin.
Focal Therapy: A Novel Approach for Prostate Cancer Management
A Weill Cornell Medicine specialist in both urology and interventional radiology discusses the potential benefits of MRI-guided focused ultrasound, the latest ablative treatment for patients with intermediate risk prostate cancer.
Acute Care Urology Service Expedites Treatment, Improves Outcomes
Columbia urologists implement an acute care urology service in the Emergency Department and evaluate its growth and effectiveness over a six-year period in managing patients presenting with nephrolithiasis.
Chronic Psychological Stress and Lower Urinary Tract Function: Exploring the Link
A Weill Cornell Medicine physician-scientist and renowned urologic surgeon examines how animal models aid in investigating the role of environmental stress in the development of urinary symptoms, voiding dysfunction, and bladder pain.
Surgical Management for Localized Renal Cancer: A Look at Disparities in Care
Columbia urologic oncology study explores the effect of socioeconomic status on the use of partial or radical nephrectomy for localized renal masses.
Is it Sepsis? Evaluating Patients with Ureteral Stones in the ED
To improve clinical decision-making, Columbia urologists create a new protocol to identify high risk patients.
Comprehensive Programs Focus on Male Reproductive Health
Physicians in the Departments of Urology at NewYork-Presbyterian offer the most advanced diagnostic technologies and treatment strategies to address male infertility, sexual dysfunction, and low testosterone.
Prostate Cancer: Perspectives on Therapeutic Advances
With the advent of robotically assisted and minimally invasive surgical practices, along with newer imaging approaches, clinicians at NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell are providing care with dramatically transformed treatment options.
Reconstructive Urology: Helping to Restore Quality of Life
The Division of Reconstructive Urologic Surgery in the Department of Urology at NewYork-Presbyterian/Columbia, in collaboration with Gynecologic Oncology, Colorectal Surgery, and Plastic Surgery, addresses the myriad issues related to surgically restoring lower urinary tract and genital form and function.
A Dedicated Team Focuses on Urinary Disorders
The specialists in the Department of Urology at NewYork-Presbyterian/Columbia bring their combined skills and experience in a range of treatment options for urinary disorders, including voiding dysfunction and urinary tract infection, whilst pursuing clinical research in a number of areas critical to improving treatment outcomes.
Newsletters for Medical Professionals
2022 Issue 1
2021 Issue 1
- Bladder Cancer: Therapeutic Trio Offers Potential Alternative to Radical Cystectomy
- The Upward Trajectory of Robotic-Assisted Radical Cystectomy
2020 Issue 1
- Advancing the Prostate Cancer Care Paradigm
- Shared Decision-Making: A Critical Adjunct to Prostate Cancer Care
2019 Issue 1
- Laparoscopic Donor Nephrectomy: Continuing Refinements in the Standard of Care
- Current Perspectives in the Treatment of Bladder Cancer
2018 Issue 1
- Comprehensive Programs Focus on Male Reproductive Health
2017 Issue 2
- A Dedicated Team Focuses on Urinary Disorders
- Prostate Cancer: Perspectives on Therapeutic Advances
- A Focus on Faculty: Highlighting a Range of Expertise
- Weill Cornell Medicine Awarded SPORE Grant in Prostate Cancer