Dr. Ahmad Uraiqat MD, JBS, JBCRS, FRCS(Eng), FRCS(I), FACS, MASCRS PgCert (MedEd), Chief of Colorectal Unit, Royal Medical Services Colorectal Surgery
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Ahmed Ghazi is an associate professor of urology at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. He is the Director of Surgical Simulation Training and the Division of Minimally Invasive and Robotic Surgery within the Johns Hopkins Brady Urological Institute.

Dr. Ghazi specializes in urologic surgical oncology using the latest techniques of minimally invasive surgery for prostate, kidney, bladder, ureteral and other genitourinary organ cancers. He also as specializes in minimal invasive treatment of complex stones of the urinary tract.

Dr. Ghazi is a pioneer in the field of patient-specific surgical simulation, which has applications for training future surgeons as well as improving outcomes for patients through individualized modeling. When planning for a complex surgery, Dr. Ghazi constructs 3D models of the patient’s anatomy in order to plan and rehearse surgery prior to the actual surgery. These models span from digital renderings to tangible models used to practice the critical components of your surgery.