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The Division of Andrology at the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC) provides a state-of-the-art experience in male reproductive medicine. The Division offers all of the most modern andrological procedures to patients including testicular sperm extraction, male reproductive microsurgery, gamete micromanipulation, genetic evaluation, electroejaculation, the full gamut of erectile dysfunction evaluation and therapy, and many others.

The fellowship is designed to provide a foundation in male reproductive microsurgery and medicine. During the first 9 months, the fellow participates in all male reproductive surgical and microsurgical cases with Dr. Craig Niederberger - Clarence C. Saelhof professor and head of Urology and Dr. Lawrence Ross, with the remaining time spent in Dr. Niederberger's computational modeling laboratory. During the last 3 months, the fellow continues to participate in all male reproductive surgical and microsurgical cases, and participates in Dr. Niederberger and Dr. Ross's outpatient male reproductive clinics.

Educational Requirements: The fellowship is offered to graduates of approved urological residency programs.

Click here to learn how to apply.