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Pediatric Faculty

The pediatric urologists at Indiana University are all fellowship trained in this specialty. The Riley Hospital for Children is where their practice is located, but they are also quite busy making regular clinical visits to specific urology clinics around the state of Indiana, where they also see patients. Our pediatric urologists offer care for the entire spectrum of pediatric urologic conditions. They are most widely recognized for their contributions to the surgical management of children with congenital bladder diseases, myelomeningocele, and sexual ambiguity. Individual expertise, interests, and experience include the following:

Mark Cain, M.D. Mark Cain, M.D.
Chief of Pediatric Urology
Professor, Indiana University School of Medicine
congenital fetal urinary tract obstruction, reconstruction of genital abnormalities, and the surgical management of urinary incontinence.
Richard Rink, M.D. Richard Rink, M.D.
Robert A. Garrett Professor of Pediatric Urologic Research
Professor, Indiana University School of Medicine
reconstruction of congenital anomalies of the genitalia and the lower urinary tract, genitourinary reconstruction, and reconstruction of ambiguous genitalia and cloacal anomalies.
Martin Kaefer, M.D. Martin Kaefer, M.D.
Professor, Indiana University School of Medicine
pediatric urology research program at the Wells Pediatric Research Center.
Rosalia Misseri, M.D. Rosalia Misseri, M.D.
Associate Professor, Indiana University School of Medicine
actively involved in all phases of pediatric urology with special interests in the management of adolescent patients and adult patients with congenital urogenital abnormalities.
Konrad Szymanski, M.D. Konrad Szymanski, M.D., M.P.H.
Assistant Professor, Indiana University School of Medicine
hypospadias, undescended testicles, congenital upper tract anomalies, ureteral reimplantation and complex genitourinary reconstruction
Benjamin Whittam, M.D. Benjamin Whittam, M.D., M.S.
Assistant Professor, Indiana University School of Medicine
minimally invasive and robotic surgery, sacral neuromodulation for refractory voiding dysfunction. Research interests: clinical pathways, long-term reconstructive surgical outcomes, diagnostic testing efficacy, and cost-effectiveness of robotic assisted surgery
Katherine Hubert Chan, M.D. Katherine Hubert Chan, M.D., M.P.H.
Assistant Professor, Indiana University School of Medicine
pediatric stone disease, hypospadias, undescended testicles, ureteral reimplantation and congenital upper tract anomalies.
Shelly King, C.P.N.P. Shelly King, C.P.N.P.
Nurse Practitioner
Melissa Young, C.P.N.P.
Nurse Practitioner