Daniel M. Stein, MD, MHS is an Assistant Professor of Reconstructive Urology, and specializes in many areas of Reconstructive Urology including the treatment of urethral stricture disease, urethral injury, hypospadias, fistula, as well as ureteral, bladder, and genital/groin scarring from traumatic injury, hidradenitis, radiation and other causes. He additionally specializes in neurogenic bladder secondary to neurologic disorders such as spinal cord injuries, myelomeningocele, and multiple sclerosis as well as male urinary incontinence.
Dr. Stein earned his bachelor’s degree in Anthropology from UCLA and a master’s degree from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health focusing in international disease control. In addition to his academic training, he completed research on access to medical therapy in South Africa and a research fellowship at the National Institutes of Health. Dr. Stein attended the UCLA David Geffen School of Medicine and graduated with Alpha Omega Alpha honors. He completed his residency in Urology at Northwestern School of Medicine. Subsequently, Dr. Stein completed a fellowship in Genitourinary Reconstruction and Trauma at the Detroit Medical Center during which time he gained experience in traumatic urologic injury, as well as reconstructive treatment of the urethra, ureter, bladder, genitalia and groin due to a wide variety of causes. He is interested in international medicine and has travelled for research and surgical treatment to South Africa and Haiti.
Dr. Stein has published widely in the areas of urologic reconstruction, epidemiology and health-related quality of life. His research interests include quality of life assessment, questionnaire design and implementation within reconstructive urology and urinary incontinence. He is a member of the American Urologic Association and the Society of Genitourinary Reconstructive Surgeons (GURS).