Ahmed Ghazi, M.D., M.Sc.
I am a believer of new modalities, such as robotic technology and other minimally invasive techniques, that provide the most recent and efficient treatment options for my patients. Rapid recovery is one of my main concerns – and I feel that personalized patient care is fundamental in the management and convalescence of my patients.
Since I have always believed that a well-informed patient is the best patient, I educate my patients on the benefits, risks and potential consequences of their procedure. I also collaborate with a multidisciplinary team of experts to provide the best possible care.
Training under the supervision of various pioneers in the field of minimally invasive urology has widened my scope of practice, especially in dealing with difficult cases. I peruse clinical research and stay up to date with innovative techniques that are proven to improve patient outcomes.
Lead Engineer of Simulation Technologies
Project Manager (All)
Simulation Technologies Researcher
Projects: Coronary Artery Bypass, IPP, Kidney Transplant, Robotic Nerve-sparing Radical Prostatectomy, Hysterectomy, Major Vascular Injury, Mechanical Testing
Simulation Research Coordinator
Projects: PCNL, Partial Nephrectomy, Head-Mounted Eye Tracking: Gaze and Cognitive Load
Lab Manager/Tech Associate II
Phone: (585) 275-1191
Mike Witthaus, PGY6
Projects: Prostate Sparing, IPP
Timothy Campbell, PGY1
Projects: Head-Mounted Eye Tracking: Gaze and Cognitive Load, Cholecystectomy
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