Ralph and Berryl Goldman
Fellowship in Neuro urology, Bladder dysfunction, Pelvic reconstruction and female urology
at the Jewish General Hospital
Montreal Canada

Fellowship Director : Dr Jacques Corcos
Co-directors : Dr Marie Claude Lemieux; Dr Jens Erik Walker

This fellowship has been designed for Urology or Gynecology residents who have completed their training and wish to acquire an expertise in this field. The fellowship can last from 1 to 2 years. This fellowship will include mandatory lab research for at least 20% of the fellowship.

Application for fellowship

Applications must be sent to Dr Jacques Corcos at a minimum of 18 months before the starting date of the fellowship. After review of the applications, successful candidates will be invited to register at McGill (registration deadline is September 15 of the year preceding the fellowship).

Registration for the fellowship at McGill

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Objectives of the fellowship

Please refer to the JGH Urology department web site (

Fellows’ responsibilities

Fellows will be in charge of all clinical activities related to the specific field their fellowship covers. This includes, but is not be limited to, responsibility for pre-op and post-op care, teaching patients and their families etc. Fellows may have to be on call during nights and weekends. They will be also in charge of teaching students and residents.


English is the main working and teaching language, however a good knowledge of French is necessary to fully participate in the clinical work. Priority will be given to bilingual applicants.


A salary is available for this fellowship. The amount conforms to the scale proposed by the Quebec government for the Residents 6 category. Salary details must be discussed with the program director. It is important that non-Canadian fellows realize that McGill University registration fees of approximately $21,000 (2008) will be assumed by the program.


For fellowships of 1 and 2 years, the fellow will be authorized to take 4 weeks of vacation per year. Dates will have to be coordinated with the fellowship directors.

Fellows will be encouraged to participate in one national professional conference as well the American Urological Association (AUA) Annual Meeting. The department will underwrite the participant’s expenses, provided he (she) is an active participant in the meeting (speaking to a non-industry-sponsored forum).

Healthcare coverage for non-Canadian fellows

Fellows must obtain private healthcare insurance through the hospital. The Hospital’s Department of Human Resources must be informed four weeks in advance of the fellow’s scheduled arrival and provided with the completed insurance application forms and associated paperwork at that time. The necessary forms will be sent to the fellow as soon as his (her) acceptance is final.

Arrangements for the insurance must be finalized and coverage initiated in time for the fellow’s first day of work. The fellow’s immediate family members will also be covered.

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