Dr. Ethan Grober is a native of Toronto, Canada.
He is an Assistant Professor within the Division of Urology at the University of Toronto and full time staff urologist at the Mount Sinai Hospital and the New Women’s College Hospital.
Dr. Grober is a fellowship-trained specialist in Male Reproductive Medicine and Surgery. He completed his medical school training at McMaster University in Ontario. Following medical school, Dr. Grober entered residency training in Urologic Surgery at the University of Toronto. During his residency, Dr. Grober participated in the Surgeon Scientist Program and obtained a Master’s Degree in Surgical Education. Dr. Grober completed his fellowship training in Male Reproductive Medicine and Surgery at the Baylor College of Medicine.
Dr. Grober’s clinical activities focus on vasectomy reversal, microsurgery, male reproductive and sexual medicine, and testosterone deficiency.
Dr. Grober’s research activities are directed towards the achievement of excellence in surgical education. His specific research interests include:
the objective assessment of technical competence and operative judgment
the integration and evaluation of new technologies in surgery
the validation of surgical simulation and laboratory-based surgical skills training