Kathryn R. Trandem, MD

Children’s Wisconsin since 2020
  • Pediatric Urologist, Children's Wisconsin

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Taking care of your child is my top priority, and I consider it a privilege to participate in his/her care. Urologic issues can be sensitive subjects, that is why I always spend the time necessary to develop an individualized care plan for your child that you can understand and will be comfortable with. My goal is to help make sure your child is able to enjoy their life to the fullest.

Areas of Interest

  • Urology
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Education and Awards

Education

  • 2012, University of Iowa Carver College of Medicine, MD

Residencies

  • 2018, Baylor College of Medicine (Texas) - Urology

Fellowships

  • 2020, University of California - San Francisco - Pediatric Urology (Urology)

Awards

2017-2018 IVUmed Traveling Resident Scholar
A scholarship awarded to urology trainees to provide them the opportunity to travel and volunteer their time and talents in developing-world hospitals

2016 South Central Section of AUA Abstract Award
Travel award to attend and present my research at the SCS of AUA

2016 Society of Women in Urology Travel Award
Travel award to attend their annual meeting

2009 American Association of Immunologists Abstract Award
My presentation and abstract was awarded a monetary prize 

2008-2010 NIH Training Grant on Mechanisms of Parasitism
This is a NIH training grant that I was awarded to support my PhD research

2007 Immunology Training Grant
Institutional NIH training award

2005, 2006 Medical Scientist Training Award
Institutional NIH training award 

2003-2005 Postbaccalaureate Intramural Research Training Award (IRTA)
NIH training grant awarded to recent college graduate students applying to professional fields an opportunity to perform biomedical research at the NIH with leading scientists.

2003 Honors in Chemistry Research, Wesleyan University
Awarded to graduating seniors who wrote “exceptional” thesis at the conclusion of their research in undergraduate

2003 Goldman Most Valuable Female Athlete Award, Wesleyan University
This award was given in recognition of being the most valuable female athlete at Wesleyan

2000, 2001 US Presidential Award for Outstanding Volunteerism 
Awarded by President Bill Clinton in recognition for my time and efforts spent volunteering.


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