LCSR Seminar: Ahmed Ghazi “Enhancing Surgical Robotic Innovations through the integration of Novel Simulation Technologies”
Dr. Ghazi MD, FEBU, MHPE, received his medical education from Cairo University, Egypt in 2000, where he also completed his Urology residency 2001-2005. He completed a series of fellowships in minimal invasive Urological surgery, in Paris and Austria (2009-2011), where he received accreditation from the European Board of Urology. He completed an Endourology and robotic surgery fellowship at the University of Rochester Medical Center, New York (2011-2013), after which was appointed Assistant professor of Urology at the University of Rochester (2013).
Dr. Ghazi specializes in the diagnosis and minimal invasive treatment of urological cancers as well as complex stone disease. In addition he perused research grants in education, simulation research and surgical training. To enhance his educational background, he was awarded the George Corner Deans Teaching fellowship (2014-2016), completed the Harvard Macy Institute program for Educators in Health Professions in 2016 and a Masters in Health Professions Education program at the Warner School of Education, University of Rochester (2016-2020). He is currently enrolled in a 2-year Senior Leadership Education and Development Program at the University of Rochester.