A. SCHULSINGER, M.D.
Dr. David Schulsinger received his Bachelor of Science at Cornell University in 1985. He graduated from Downstate Medical School in 1989. He finished 2 years of general surgical residency in 1991 and completed his chief residency in Urology at Brookdale Hospital, New York in 1995.
He was granted a research scholarship from the American Foundation for Urological Disease/American Urological Association and completed his scholarship under the guidance of Dr. E. Darracott Vaughan at The New York Hospital-Cornell Medical Center in 1996. He then attended the Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minnesota, where he did a Pediatric Fellowship in Urology. He returned to New York Hospital-Cornell Medical Center to complete a fellowship in endourology and laparoscopy with Dr. Ernest Sosa in 1998.
Dr. Schulsinger has authored and co-authored numerous publications, book chapters, abstracts and videos. He has presented many scientific papers at regional and national meetings. He has lectured at several invited presentations and grand rounds. He is currently Assistant Professor of Urology at SUNY-Stony Brook Medical Center as Director of Endourology and Laparoscopy and Adjunct Clinical Assistant Professor of Urology at The New York Presbyterian Hospital.
Dr. Schulsinger has developed an Endourologic and minimally invasive laboratory at Stony Brook University Hospital. His research interests include exploring minimally invasive surgical approaches for the treatment of urologic disease. In addition, he is investigating various controllable energy forms, including lasers, freezing and high intensity focused ultrasound, as a means for tissue destruction for treating urologic tumors.
Dr. Schulsinger is a long distance runner who races regularly and on November 5, 2000 finished his fifth New York City Marathon.
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