Mathew Sorensen, MD,MS,FACS
Dr. Sorensen is an Associate Professor in the Department of Urology at University of Washington. In 2012 he was named the Director of the Comprehensive Metabolic Stone Clinic at the Puget Sound VA Hospital. He is a surgeon, educator, and researcher with a specialty interest in advanced laparoscopic surgery, endourology, and the medical and surgical management of kidney stones. As a dedicated educator, Dr. Sorensen has served as the Urology Residency Program Director since 2014. He is primarily responsible for the oversight and management of the residency training program that is focused on training the next generation of leaders in urology. His research interests have focused on epidemiology, outcomes, and health services-related projects, as well as basic science and translational ultrasound research. He helped to develop and nurture a strong collaborative research effort with the UW Applied Physics Lab and the Center for Industrial and Medical Ultrasound group and has been a part of the effort to detect, size, reposition and break stones since inception.