Making the Transition from Fellowship to Practice

The PedSpace

Feb 9 2022 • 18 mins

In this episode, Dr. Bradley Morganstern discusses some of the surprises and lessons he has learned in transitioning from fellowship to practice.

Dr. Bradley A. Morganstern is the new Chief of Pediatric Urology at Augusta University. He brings a patient centered approach to the management of pediatric urologic conditions with an emphasis on providing compassionate care focused on his patients and their families. He is skilled at both open and minimally invasive surgery for all pediatric urologic conditions. He looks forward to using his training to extend the use of the robot at our institution for major reconstructive surgeries as well as for minimally invasive procedures including pyeloplasties, ureteral re-implantations, urachal repair and others. His research interests include Health Related Quality of Life issues and novel investigations in obtaining functional data from sonographic images in pediatric urology conditions. He is available for consultations and treatment of all general and complex pediatric urologic disorders.


Dr. Morganstern completed his training in general urology and a fellowship in pediatric urology at the Smith Institute for Urology in Long Island, NY, a division of Hofstra University School of Medicine under the direction of Drs. Louis R. Kavoussi and Lane S. Palmer. He attended Albert Einstein School of Medicine in New York and did an additional year of research at Sloan Kettering Cancer Center and Montefiore Hospital as well as earned a certificate in Public Health. He received an undergraduate Summa Cum Laude degree in communications from Boston University and completed premedical courses at Harvard University.