Nesbit Visiting Professor

The annual Nesbit Urological Society meeting is conducted over the course of a Thursday afternoon and Friday each fall, preceding a U-M home football game. Created in honor of Dr. Reed M. Nesbit, who was one of the foremost figures in the burgeoning speciality of genitourinary surgery during his years of practice from 1928-1968, the Society is open to all current and former faculty members, residents, and fellows, as well as others who are interested in supporting the mission of the U-M Department of Urology; and exists to promote urological teaching; the art of urological surgery and urological research; and the dissemination of information concerning urology to the membership and the general public, for the benefit of society as a whole. 

The 2024 Nesbit Meeting will be held September 26-28.