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Shree Agrawal, MD, Urology, Cleveland, OH, Cleveland Clinic

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Urology Cleveland, OH

Physician

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Summary

  • I am urology resident at Cleveland Clinic. I completed my medical training at Case Western Reserve University, where I also earned my bachelors of science degree in biology. Prior to residency, I performed a clinical research fellowship in genitourinary reconstruction at the Glickman Urological and Kidney Institute at Cleveland Clinic.

Education & Training

  • Cleveland Clinic Foundation
    Cleveland Clinic FoundationResidency, Urology, 2019 - 2025
  • Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine
    Case Western Reserve University School of MedicineClass of 2019
  • Case Western Reserve University
    Case Western Reserve University BS, Biology , 2010 - 2013

Certifications & Licensure

  • OH State Medical License
    OH State Medical License 2019 - 2022

Publications & Presentations

PubMed

Journal Articles

  • Comparison Between Adjuvant and Early-Salvage Postprostatectomy Radiotherapy for Prostate Cancer with Adverse Pathological Features  
    Rahul D. Tendulkar, Kevin L. Stephans, Stanley L. Liauw, Robert B. Den, Shre Agrawal, Mitchel S. Anscher, Jason A. Efstathiou, Thomas M. Pisansky, Jason W. Hearn, Jef ..., JAMA

Authored Content

  • How You're Taught Impacts Your Physician RoleJuly 2019
  • How You're Taught Impacts Your Physician RoleJuly 2019
  • How You're Taught Impacts Your Physician RoleJuly 2019
  • Institutionally Driven Initiatives May Help Prevent Burnout More SuccessfullyJuly 2019
  • Institutionally Driven Initiatives May Help Prevent Burnout More SuccessfullyJuly 2019
  • Am I Allowed to Feel Burnt Out as a Fourth Year Medical Student?July 2019
  • Am I Allowed to Feel Burnt Out as a Fourth Year Medical Student?July 2019
  • How Do We Create a Healthier Patient-Provider EcosystemJuly 2019
  • How Do We Create a Healthier Patient-Provider EcosystemJuly 2019
  • The Interview Trail: Bias Has a New FaceJune 2019
  • The Interview Trail: Bias Has a New FaceJune 2019
  • My Empathy Tank Is on EmptyJune 2019
  • My Empathy Tank Is on EmptyJune 2019
  • A Fourth Year's Ultimate Guide to Packing and Prepping for Residency InterviewsJune 2019
  • A Fourth Year's Ultimate Guide to Packing and Prepping for Residency InterviewsJune 2019
  • Prepped for My Interview: Suit, Application, ...Cellphone?December 2018
  • Prepped for My Interview: Suit, Application, ...Cellphone?December 2018
  • Medical Education for MillennialsOctober 2018
  • Medical Education for MillennialsOctober 2018
  • What Interviewers Don't Say9/9/2018
  • The Logistics of CaringAugust 2018
  • The Logistics of Caring8/27/2018
  • The Logistics of CaringAugust 2018
  • Clinical Education: Is Coaching the New Way?11/27/2017
  • Clinical Education: Is Coaching the New Way?November 2017
  • Perception of Personal Success in Burnout7/27/2017
  • Maximizing A Research Year: 6 Things You Should Know as a Medical Student12/14/2016
  • Be Kind: A Self-Discovery to Self-Care11/18/2016
  • Navigating Your Surgical Career-Recap!9/30/2016
  • Have You Thought About Your Ovaries Lately?9/9/2016
  • Looking Beyond 2016 for Women in Surgery8/12/2016
  • When Breath Becomes Air: Understanding Mortality2/28/2016
  • Inhale, Exhale, Say Yes12/23/2015
  • Inhale, Exhale, Say Yes12/23/2015
  • Mentor Spotlight: Dr. Hadley Wood12/19/2015
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