Moderator

Michael Borofsky, MD
University of Minnesota, Department of Urology

Dr. Michael Borofsky is an assistant professor of urology at the University of Minnesota medical school. His clinical and research interests include minimally invasive kidney stone surgery with a focus on ureteroscopic and percutaneous techniques as well as metabolic management for stone prevention.

He completed his general surgical and urologic training at New York University Medical Center and later a fellowship in endourology and stone surgery at Indiana University Health Methodist Hospital.

Disclaimer: Comments and views expressed by Dr. Borofsky are not intended to serve as endorsement for any products.

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