Niall T.M. Galloway, MD, came to Emory in 1988 and initially served as chief of urology at Grady Memorial Hospital. In 1995, he established the Emory Continence Center, which has progressed to become a nationally renowned Center of Excellence under his leadership. The center provides comprehensive evaluation and management for pelvic floor dysfunction, including urinary incontinence, organ prolapse, bowel problems, and pelvic pain.
Dr. Galloway's clinical and research interests include voiding dysfunction, neurogenic bladder dysfunction, neuromodulation, urodynamics, and pelvic support anatomy.
Top Urology News
Milestone for Emory Urology Robotic Cystectomy Program
Emory urologic oncologist Mehrdad Alemozaffar, MD, and his team performed their 100th robotic cystectomy and intracorporeal urinary diversion this year. "We have learned and improved our technique to the degree that the procedure typically takes about four hours," he says.
Welcome from the Chair
Dr. Martin Sanda
Welcome to the Department of Urology of the Emory University School of Medicine, which is among the foremost programs for delivering sophisticated, patient-centered care across the entire spectrum of adult and adolescent urological conditions.
Our faculty physicians treat more than 15,000 patients per year, and have been consistently recognized with national and regional awards and commendations. Our specialties span routine urological procedures up to extremely complex cases, and our clinical services receive referrals from across the region and throughout the country.