Lindsay Hampson, MD
Lindsay Hampson, MD, MAS, received her undergraduate training from Duke University, where she earned a degree in Bioethics. She then completed a 2-year research fellowship at the National Institutes of Health in the Department of Clinical Bioethics, where her research focused on financial conflicts of interest in research and vulnerable populations. She then earned her MD and was inducted into the Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Society at the University of Michigan Medical School on a full academic scholarship as a Dean's Scholar. She completed her urology residency at the University of California, San Francisco in 2015, where she earned the Excellence and Innovation in Graduate Medical Education award. During her residency, she also undertook a research fellowship at the UCSF Philip R. Lee Institute for Health Policy studies and concurrently earned a certificate in Advanced Training in Clinical Research from the UCSF Department of Epidemiology & Biostatistics. After her residency training, she completed a fellowship in Genitourinary Reconstruction & Trauma at the University of Washington and started on faculty at UCSF and the San Francisco Veterans Affairs Medical Center in 2016.
Dr. Hampson has received numerous awards for mentorship and teaching, including being named a Young Urologist of the Year by the AUA. She is the Associate Chair for Education at UCSF, and serves as the Associate Program Director for both the urology residency and GURS fellowship at UCSF.
Dr. Hampson's clinical interests focus on genitourinary reconstruction and transitional urology. She is the Co-Director of the UCSF Lifetime Congenital Urology Program. Dr. Hampson's research interests integrate her background of ethics, health policy, and urologic trauma and reconstruction in order to conduct health services and outcomes research. Her primary research interests include improving quality of care and patient decision-making, management of stress urinary incontinence in older adults, understanding financial incentives in healthcare within urology, improving healthcare value through reducing inefficiencies and costs in urologic care, understanding and clinical and quality of life outcomes of patients with urologic congenitalism, and conducting research on a variety of conditions within trauma and adult reconstruction.