Brant Inman, MD, MS, FRCSC
Brant A. Inman, MD, MS is Cary N. Robertson Associate Professor and Vice Chief of Urology at the Duke Cancer Institute of Duke University. Dr. Inman received his medical degree from the University of Alberta (Canada), completed his urology residency at Université Laval (Canada), and his urologic oncology fellowship at the Mayo Clinic (Rochester). His area of clinical expertise is the surgical treatment of genitourinary cancers, with a particular emphasis on bladder cancer. From a research standpoint, Dr. Inman’s laboratory is focused on novel therapies and diagnostic tests for genitourinary cancer, with a special interest in immunotherapy and heat targeted therapies.