Craig Rogers, MD, FACS
Craig Rogers MD, FACS is the Director of Renal Surgery and Urologic Oncology at the Vattikuti Urology Institute, Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit, Michigan. He received his MD degree from Stanford University School of Medicine and did his urology residency at the Johns Hopkins Hospital. He completed a fellowship in Urologic Oncology at the National Cancer Institute before joining the faculty at the Vattikuti Urology Institute. He is a Clinical Professor of Urology at Wayne State School of Medicine. Dr. Rogers has a clinical and research interest in minimally-invasive treatments for kidney, prostate, and adrenal tumors. He helped pioneer the development of the robotic partial nephrectomy procedure and is one of the world’s most experienced robotic kidney surgeons. He was honored to be chosen to perform the first live robotic partial nephrectomy surgeries at the American Urological Association National Meeting and the first live webcast of a robotic partial nephrectomy. Dr. Rogers has authored over 150 publications and numerous book chapters and has been a reviewer and editorial board member for several urologic journals. He has presented nationally and internationally about robotic kidney and prostate surgery and has won multiple national and international awards for those presentations. He is principal or co-investigator on several scientific studies related to prostate cancer and kidney cancer. He was a finalist for the AUA Teaching Award.
There are no financial relationships to disclose.