As an academic urologist, I can use my clinical experiences to track patient outcomes and critically analyze them. From this data, I can change my methodology and then share these observations in the hope that it may better care given by other surgeons. In addition, with my basic science background, I’m eager to find other translational research opportunities to bring great ideas from the lab to the bedside. These research opportunities would use all my inherent interests, skills, curiosity, and passion for large scale, more meaningful ways to make lasting impacts while hopefully accomplishing my overall life goal of making the world be a better place because my existence.
Paul Gellhaus, MD
Training and Education
MD, University of Iowa, Roy J. and Lucille A. Carver College of Medicine, Iowa City, Iowa
BS, Biochemistry, Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa
General Surgery Internship, Indiana University, Indianapolis
Urology, Indiana University, Indianapolis
Robotic and Oncology Fellowship, City of Hope, Duarte, Calif.
Cancer Research Program
Program 4: Cancer Epidemiology and Population Science (CEPS)
Cancer Member College
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