Trauma Urologic Reconstructive Network Surgeons (TURNS)

The Trauma and Urologic Reconstructive Network of Surgeons (TURNS) is a multi-institutional group of specialty-trained urologists that is focused on urologic trauma and reconstructive patient care. The goal of TURNS is to advance current practices, standards of care, and patient outcomes within the field of reconstructive urology. We aim to accomplish these goals through state of the art medicine and multi-institutional research.

Areas of clinical interest for TURNS include the management of the following disorders: urethral strictures, ureteral strictures, male urinary incontinence, erectile dysfunction, genital reconstruction, Peyronie’s disease, urologic trauma (kidney, ureter, bladder, genital), urologic cancer complications including radiation injuries, and neurogenic bladder.


Nejd F. Alsikafi, MD, FACS,

Loyola University

Benjamin Breyer, MD, MAS

University of California San Francisco

William O. Brant, MD, FACS, FECSM

University of Utah


Joshua Broghammer, MD, FACS

University of Kansas

Jill C. Buckley, MD, FACS

University of California San Diego

Sean P. Elliott, MD, MS, FACS

University of Minnesota


Bradley A. Erickson, MD, MS, FACS

University of Iowa

Christopher D. McClung, MD, MS

The Ohio State University Wexner Med Center

Jeremy B. Myers, MD, FACS

University of Utah


Thomas G. Smith III, MD, FACS

Baylor College of Medicine

Alex J. Vanni, MD, FACS

Lahey Hospital and Medical Center

Bryan B. Voelzke, MD, MS, FACS

University of Washington


Lee C. Zhao, MD, MS

New York University Langone Medical Center