Anthony Herndon, MD
Anthony Herndon, MD
Hovey Dabney Associate Professor of Urology
Director, Division of Pediatric Urology
"After Medical School at University of North Carolina, I completed a 6 year urology residency at the University of Connecticut. After my 2 year pediatric urology fellowship at Indiana University, I worked in Birmingham Alabama at The University of Alabama for 8 years prior to starting at the University of Virginia.
My main interest outside of the hospital involves coaching my kids in either basketball, or lacrosse. I was a competitive swimmer in high school and eventually swam at University of North Carolina. I have maintained my competitive drive through distance running and competing in the Iron Man Triathlons."
Clinical Research Prize, Finalist. Alpha blocker therapy for children with dysfunctional voiding-a replacement for biofeedback. Fourth author. Cain MP et al. American Academy of Pediatrics, Section on Urology, Boston, MA, Oct 2002
Clinical Research Prize, Finalist. Changing concepts concerning vesicoureteral reflux and dysfunctional voiding. American Academy of Pediatrics, Section on Urology, Chicago, IL, Oct 2000.
Clinical Research Prize, 3rd Place. Pelvic floor muscle retraining for pediatric voiding dysfunction using interactive computer games. American Academy of Pediatrics, Section on Urology San Francisco, CA, Oct 1998.
Clinical Research Prize, 2nd Place. Pelvic floor muscle retraining for pediatric voiding dysfunction using interactive computer games. New England Section, AUA Waterville, NH, Sept 1998.
1991 - Atlantic Coast Conference Scholar Athlete, Varsity Swim Team UNC-CH.
1991 - Varsity letterman, Swim team UNC-CH. 1991 - Atlantic Coast Conference Varsity Swim Team Champions.
July 2001- June 2003, Pediatric Urology Fellowship, Indiana University, Riley Hospital for Children, Indianapolis, Indiana
July 1997- July 2001, Urology Resident, University of Connecticut School of Medicine Farmington, Connecticut
July 1995- June 1997, Surgery Resident, University of Connecticut School of Medicine Farmington, Connecticut
August 1991-May 1995. Doctor of Medicine, University of North Carolina School of Medicine, Chapel Hill, North Carolina
August 1987-May 1991, Bachelor of Science, Business Administration University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, North Carolina
University of Connecticut School of Medicine
Board Certification 2005
The development of a national prenatal hydronephrosis registry which will serve as a resource to promote a better appreciation of outcomes for specific prenatal diagnoses. The ultimate goal would be to develop outcome pathways that may be used for prenatal counseling and postnatal management. This registry is promoted by the Society for Fetal Urology which will be managed through combined efforts of UVA and other participating medical centers throughout the country.