Khaled S. Hafez, MD Associate Professor of Urology Khaled S. Hafez, MD is a native of Egypt who received his Doctoral Degree (Board Certification) in Urology, his Masters of Science in Urology and his Bachelors Degree in Medicine and Surgery from the Cairo University School of Medicine. After his residency, he accepted a position as an Assistant Professor of Urology at the Cairo University School of Medicine. In 1994, Dr. Hafez joined the staff of the Cleveland Clinic Foundation in Ohio where he completed a 3 year fellowship in renal cancer surgery and kidney transplantation with the late, legendary, Andrew Novick. He trained in general surgery at the Cleveland Clinic and completed his third year of residency in urology at the University of Nebraska Medical Center prior to joining the urology residency program at the University of Michigan Medical School. Dr. Hafez joined the faculty of the University of Michigan Urology Center in July 2004 – initially splitting his time between the Medical School and the VA Ann Arbor Healthcare System. His clinical research focuses on renal cancer and the role of nephron sparing surgery as well as bladder and testicular malignancies.
He has multiple basic science projects investigating renal physiology, oncology and immunology as well as multiple clinical trials for adjuvant therapy in high risk localized renal cancer patients.