Angelo E. Gousse, MD

About Angelo E. Gousse, MD

Angelo E. Gousse, MD


One of the very few fellowship trained reconstructive and neuro-urologists in Florida, Dr. Gousse is also a former tenured Professor of Urology at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine, Department of Urology, Vice-Chairman of the University of Miami Hospital and Clinics Urology service, where he was also the Urology Residency Program Director and Fellowship Director for Female Urology, Urodynamics, and Reconstructive Surgery. He has was the Director of the Urodynamics and Laboratory at the VA Medical Center for the past ten years, as well as attending physician at several medical centers in Miami and Broward. He treated the spinal cord injured patients at the Miami VA for 10 years. After graduating as the valedictorian of the City University of New York (York College) with a perfect GPA in his major, Dr. Gousse received his medical degree with highest honors from the Yale University School of Medicine. He completed his residency at the Baylor College of Medicine in Houston and a postdoctoral fellowship in urodynamics, female urology, and pelvic floor reconstruction at the University of California Los Angeles. He is certified by the American Board of Urology. He has performed more than one thousand complex reconstructive procedures and is one of the handful of urologists performing urethroplasty in the entire state of Florida. He was the first to perform Sacral Nerve Modulation (Interstim) for urinary problems in South Florida. Listed in Best Doctors in America for 5 consecutive years ( 2005-20011), Dr. Gousse’s research interests have focused on overactive bladder neuropharmacology, reconstruction, neurogenic urinary incontinence, as well as functional recovery from spinal cord injury. An international leader in voiding dysfunction, he has pioneered the optimal dosage of neurotoxins ( Botox ) to manage bladder dysfunction. Over the past seven years, he has collaborated on extramural NIH grants with basic scientists to investigate urinary markers for interstitial cystitis. He has authored or co-authored more than 60 peer-reviewed scientific publications and numerous textbook chapters, journal articles, and abstracts, and has participated as a guest professor in the United States and abroad on various aspects of reconstructive urology. For many years, he has been the Section Editor of the Female Urology section in the journal Current Urology Reports. Recently appointed as a Board Member of the Urodynamics Society (SUFU) and Genito-Urinary Reconstructive Surgeons (GURS), he also serves on the AUA Female Urology Core Curriculum Committee. His professional awards and honors include a listing in Best Doctors in America 2005 to 2010, America’s Top Urologists by the prestigious Consumer’s Research Council of America 2008, Strathmore’s Who’s Who since 2001, the Miller University of Miami Medical School’s Urology Teacher of the Year Award on numerous occasions, the Pfizer Scholars in Urology Award, and the Cullen Research Award from the Scott Department of Urology, Baylor College of Medicine, and the Dr. Jonas Salk Scholar Award for his work on E.coli microbial genetics. A dedicated teacher, mentor, and researcher, Dr Gousse enjoys community work in underserved areas to benefit the less fortunate. A radio and TV personality in the Haitian Community, Dr. Gousse is the co-founder and president of the charitable organization Haitian American Leadership Organization (HALO).

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