The Brady Urological Institute, given through the generosity of James Buchanan Brady, opened January 21, 1915 and was the only one of its kind in the country.
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The Brady Urological Institute, which opened in 1915, was the first urology residency in the United States. From its inception, this Institute has been dedicated to the training of academic urologists. We have well-developed programs in all aspects of adult and pediatric urology including robotics, reconstructive surgery, urological oncology, male infertility and sexual dysfunction, urodynamics, female urology, endourology, laparoscopy, and stone disease.
The Mission of Johns Hopkins School of Medicine is tripartite:
Teaching; Research & Patient Care.
As an academic teaching hospital, educating generations of medical professionals is essential to our institution.Read more
An opportunity to work directly with research faculty and clinicians using the most up-to-date clinical and research skillsRead more
Our residents primarily take academic positions and have had admirable success in achieving leadership positions.Read more
The Brady has been a leader in the study of Urologic diseases for over 100 years. Emphasis is placed on finding the causes of
diseases as well as developing new treatments to relieve the burden of illness on patients and their families.
The AUA Gold Cystoscope Award
Dr. Trinity Bivalacqua received the AUA Gold Cystoscope Award, one of the highest honors awarded by the AUA. It recognizes the young urologist who has made the most contributions during the first 10 years following completion of his residency. Recipients of this Award have a distinguished history of going on to become leaders in the field. Examples of this include the following Brady faculty and former residents: Patrick Walsh, William Catalona, Mani Menon, Herbert Lepor, Louis Kavoussi, Alan Partin, Jeffrey Cadeddu, and William Roberts.
How your gift helps the Brady Urological Institute
Philanthropic support is critical to our continued success in the diagnosis and care of patients and the research that drives new treatments, new therapies and new surgical techniques.