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Urology Residents

The Department of Urology at NYU Long Island School of Medicine trains the next generation of leaders in the field. Meet our current class of residents.

Third-Year Resident

Phillip Westbrook, MD
Hometown: Lexington, SC
Undergraduate school: Clemson University
Medical school: Medical University of South Carolina
Clinical interests: new technologies, surgical technique, oncology, reconstruction, endourology
Personal interests: Clemson football, Atlanta Braves, golf, lake activities, cooking
Why I chose NYU Long Island School of Medicine: “This is an awesome place to train, and our program prides itself on its engaging, collegial, and enthusiastic culture. Because of our high surgical volume, residents receive outstanding cutting-edge training from a multitude of fellowship-trained attendings. We are given early autonomy, in both the inpatient and outpatient settings, to strengthen our clinical decision-making skills. Each resident receives individualized attention and a tailored training experience that allows them to focus on their clinical and research interests. The camaraderie between residents and faculty makes for an enjoyable working environment, and I am excited to watch our program grow.”

Second-Year Resident

Joo Lee, MD
Hometown: St. Paul, MN
Undergraduate school: Washington University in St. Louis
Medical school: New York Medical College
Clinical interests: endourology, female pelvic medicine and reconstructive surgery (FPMRS)
Personal interests: baking, tennis, trying new restaurants
Why I chose NYU Long Island School of Medicine: “Because it is a smaller residency, you get a lot of one-on-one time with attendings and high case volume. Everyone is approachable, and I know that I will graduate from this program with the skills to be a great urologist. I am excited to see the program grow in the future. It has been a wonderful experience so far.”

First-Year Resident

Parth Joshi, MD
Hometown: Levittown, NY
Undergraduate school: Farmingdale State College
Medical school: Saint Louis University School of Medicine
Clinical interests: urologic oncology, pediatric urology
Personal interests: New York Knicks, Call of Duty, board games, spending quality time with friends and family
Why I chose NYU Long Island School of Medicine: “The program offers a great mix of supportive faculty and many exciting research experiences.”