University of Florida Chief Resident Diana Kang Matches at Female Urology Fellowship at the University of California in Los Angeles

Dr. Diana Kang, one of two current chief residents in the University of Florida UF) Urology Residency Program, has recently matched in the Fellowship in Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery at the University of California in Los Angeles. This two year female urology fellowship led by Drs. Shlomo Raz and Larissa Rodriguez is one of the most distinguished in the country. It provides an extensive clinical and operative experience in pelvic floor dysfunction, incontinence, voiding dysfunction, urodynamics and reconstructive surgery. Dr. Kang is already the second UF resident to match at this prestigious program, following in the footsteps of Dr. Nikki Le, who completed her fellowship from 2010 – 12 and has recently taken a faculty position at Duke University.
By the time Dr. Kang starts her fellowship in July 2013, she will be well prepared for this advanced training, having worked extensively with Dr. Louis Moy who leads the UF Multidisciplinary Female Urology and Reconstructive Surgery Program that cares for a large volume of complex female urology patients. She will also bring an excellent research track record to her new fellowship having first-authored several peer-reviewed manuscripts including a Cochrane Systematic Review on the role of transurethral collagen denaturation for female stress urinary incontinence. UF takes great pride in Dr. Kang’s successful match and wishes her luck as she embarks on a most promising career in female urology.


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