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Adult Faculty

The adult physicians at the Indiana University School of Medicine's Department of Urology have specialized training, expertise and experience that cover the gamut of urologic disease. Individual expertise, interests, and experience include the following:

Michael Koch, M.D. Michael Koch, M.D.
John P. Donohue Professor of Urology
Chairman, Department of Urology
Prostate and Bladder Cancer as well as New Modalities in Prostate Cancer.
Clint Bahler, M.D., M.S. Clint Bahler, M.D., M.S.
Assistant Professor, Indiana University School of Medicine
Minimally invasive surgery including robotic surgery for the treatment of prostate cancer, kidney cancer, and kidney stones.
Richard Bihrle, M.D. Richard Bihrle, M.D.
Dr. Norbert M. Welch, Sr. and Louise A. Welch Professor of Urology
Genitourinary Cancer and Adult Urinary Tract Reconstruction (including urethral and stricture disease).
Ronald Boris, M.D. Ronald Boris, M.D.
Assistant Professor, Indiana University School of Medicine
kidney cancer and other urologic malignancies and robotic surgery
Clint Cary, M.D.,M.P.H. Clint Cary, M.D., M.P.H.
Assistant Professor, Indiana University School of Medicine
Clinical interest in urologic oncology, research focus on health services and outcomes research in testis, bladder, and prostate cancer
Richard Foster, M.D. Richard Foster, M.D.
Professor, Indiana University School of Medicine
Testicular Cancer and other Genitourinary Cancers as well as Adult Reconstructive Urology.
Thomas Gardner, M.D. Thomas Gardner, M.D.
Professor, Indiana University School of Medicine
Gene Therapy for Urologic Cancers, Evaluation and Treatment of Localized and Metastatic Prostate Cancer, and Experimental Therapeutics. Surgery for Metastatic Kidney Cancer.
Hristos Kaimakliotis, M.D. Hristos Kaimakliotis, M.D.
Assistant Professor, Indiana University School of Medicine
Genitourinary/Urologic Oncology (Bladder, Kidney, Adrenal, Prostate, Testes, Penile), Cancer Surgery, Laparoscopic/Minimally Invasive & Open Surgery, Endoscopic/Transurethral Procedures
Amy Krambeck, M.D. Amy E. Krambeck, M.D.
Michael O. Koch Professor of Urology, Indiana University School of Medicine
clinical expertise and research in kidney stone disease and holmium laser treatment of prostatic hypertrophy, ureteroscopy and percutaneous surgery
James Lingeman, M.D. James E. Lingeman, M.D.
Professor, Indiana University School of Medicine
clinical expertise and research in kidney stone disease and holmium laser treatment of prostatic hypertrophy, lithotripsy and percutaneous surgery
Timothy Masterson, M.D. Timothy Masterson, M.D.
Assistant Professor, Indiana University School of Medicine
Adult genitourinary cancers and reconstruction, offering both open and minimally invasive surgical approaches.
Sandra A. McCabe, M.D. Sandra A. McCabe, M.D.
Erectile dysfunction, incontinence, stones, voiding dysfunction/neurogenic bladder
Matthew J. Mellon, M.D. Matthew J. Mellon, M.D.
Assistant Professor, Indiana University School of Medicine
Adult male genitourinary reconstructive surgery, complex renal stone disease, and medical/surgical urinary trauma management
Charles R. Powell, M.D. Charles R. Powell, M.D.
Assistant Professor, Indiana University School of Medicine
Female Urology - including pelvic prolapse, interstitial cystitis, and urinary incontinence. Urethral strictures and Interstim are also areas of interest.
James Sloan, M.D. James C. Sloan, M.D.
General Urology, Vasectomy, Stone Disease, Voiding Difficulties, Elevated PSA, Blood in the Urine, BPH, Low Testosterone, Erectile Dysfunction
Chandru Sundaram, M.D. Chandru Sundaram, M.D.
Professor, Indiana University School of Medicine
Director of the Residency Program and Minimally Invasive Surgery
Minimally Invasive Urologic Surgery: Laparoscopic and Robotic Surgery of the Kidney, Prostate and Adrenal gland. His clinical and research interests include the following conditions: renal tumors, prostate cancer, renal obstruction, polycystic kidneys, renal donor surgery, adrenal tumors, and kidney stones.
Christy Krieg, N.P. Christy Krieg, N.P.
Family Nurse Practitioner
Kidney stones, Prostate issues & screenings, Incontinence & voiding difficulties, Neurogenic bladder, urinary infections, & Hematuria.

Major contributions have also been made to the treatment of patients with bladder and prostate cancer and reconstructive surgery. We have an active research program in prostate cancer studying new treatment modalities for early and late stages of this disease, including a gene therapy program.

Department of Urology
Cancer Pavilion
Administration, 4th Floor
535 N Barnhill Dr, Suite 150
Indianapolis, IN 46202
Phone: (877) 717-0754