Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine

Department of Urology


The Department of Urology at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine aims to educate the complete urologist. Supervised clinical experience in adult and pediatric urology combined with laboratory research offers students, residents and fellows a foundation that is essential to the diagnosis and treatment of patients and to developing their areas of interest and focus. Learn more about our educational programs via the links below:

For more information about our educational programs, contact Kelly Ross at 312-503-3238 or submit your information via the form at the bottom of the page to receive updates. You can also follow us on Twitter. Visit the McGaw website to learn more about trainee life in Chicago.

Commitment to Diversity

The Department of Urology strongly encourages applications from minority candidates who are under-represented in our specialty, including women, racial and ethnic minorities, and LGBTQ students.

Northwestern University does not discriminate or permit discrimination by any member of its community against any individual on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, parental status, marital status, age, disability, citizenship, or veteran status in matters of admissions, employment, housing, or services or in the educational programs or activities it operates.

Get information about resident experiences via the McGaw Diversity and Inclusion page.

Housestaff Research Portal

With outstanding, nationally recognized research programs, the tools for developing diverse and extensive urologic skills are immediately available to our trainees. Visit our Housestaff Research Portal to learn more.

Career Development

Visit our MD Education section to see the answers to medical students' frequently asked questions about purusing a career in urology. You can also visit our Area of Scholarly Concentration page to learn about how we introduce our medical students to scientific endeavors early on in their training.