Dr. Chai, What it Means to Discover: A Researcher's Perspective
Toby Chai, MD is a urologist who has been recognized by the American Urological Association for his outstanding work on bladder research. He conducts clinical trials testing new treatment options for incontinence and bladder function. He has published landmark studies related to the evaluation and management of stress urinary incontinence and how bladder cell pathophysiology affects bladder function.
Dr. Hittelman, What it Means to Discover: A Researcher's Perspective
Adam Hittelman, MD is a pediatric urologist who offers traditional and minimally invasive approaches to pediatric urologic surgery. His research is focused on the molecular mechanisms of urologic malignancies and genitourinary development and congenital abnormalities.
Dr. Singh, What it Means to Discover: A Researcher's Perspective
Dinesh Singh, MD is a urologist whose research interests include minimally invasive surgery, urologic oncology, kidney cancer, and kidney stone disease, including the reduction of radiation exposure for patients with kidney stones, and finding the predictors for patients who have kidney stones versus another diagnosis.