Dr. Wilson is an Associate Professor at the University of Colorado Denver. Dr. Wilson was the first woman to join the Urologic faculty at the University. She is subspecialty trained in Oncology and is further subspecialty trained in robotic surgery. Dr. Wilson's interests include bladder, kidney, prostate, testicular, and penile cancer. Dr. Wilson is on the faculty and is involved in teaching the family practice community, medical students, residents, and is the director of the Urologic Oncology fellowship. She is also actively involved in clinical and basic science research to improve outcomes in patients diagnosed with genitourinary malignancy.
Dr. Curtis Pettaway is an urologist in Houston, Texas and is affiliated with University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center. He received his medical degree from Temple University School of Medicine and has been in practice for more than 20 years. Dr. Pettaway accepts several types of health insurance, listed below. He is one of 18 doctors at University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center who specialize in Urology.
Dr. Master is a Professor of Urology at the Emory University School of Medicine, Associate Chair for Clinical Affairs and Quality, and Director of Clinical Research Unit.
Following his undergraduate education at Northwestern University, Dr. Master attended medical school at the University of Chicago where he received both MD and PhD degrees. He completed his urology residency and two fellowships training at the University of California in San Francisco (UCSF) before joining the Department of Urology at Emory University in 2005. Dr. Master is a diplomate of the American Board of Urology (2006) a Fellow of the American College of Surgery (FACS).
Dr. Master’s primary clinical interest is urologic oncology, in particular kidney cancer, adrenal tumors, testicular cancer, high-risk prostate cancer and penile cancers. Dr. Master is a renowned national expert in the surgical treatment of kidney cancer particularly a complex variety that extends into the main blood vessels and the heart. He also has a special interest in minimally invasive laparoscopic technique that removes of cancerous lymph nodes with minimal interference with the patients’ quality of life.
Hadley Wyre, MD, is an Assistant Professor of Urology, who joined our faculty in July 2014, after completing a two year Society of Urologic Oncology fellowship with our Department under the direction of Dr. Jeff Holzbeierlein and the remaining oncology faculty. Dr. Wyre earned his medical degree from Emory University in Atlanta, GA. He completed both a urology residency and fellowship in Trauma / Reconstructive Urology from Emery University as well.
Dr. Wyre sees patients at The University of Kansas Cancer Center - South, located in Kansas City, MO and in our clinic located in the Medical Office Building at The University of Kansas Hospital, in Kansas City, KS. His clinical practice focuses on urologic oncology, trauma and reconstruction. He specializes in bladder, kidney, testis, and penile cancers. He also has interests in urinary diversion, urinary fistulas and radiation complications from oncologic treatments requiring surgical intervention, such as the revision of urinary diversions and the repair of urinary fistulas.