George S Ganesan MD, FAAP, FACS
Dr Ganesan graduated medical school with Honors in Sri Lanka. He moved to the US in 1980 and completed his Urology residency in New York City. He completed a fellowship in adult and pediatric reconstructive surgery in Virginia, with specialization in Microsurgery. He also completed a Pediatric Urology Fellowship at Seattle Children's Hospital. Dr Ganesan opened the first pediatric urology practice in Nevada in 1991. Dr Ganesan was named Physician of the Year by the National Kidney Foundation of Las Vegas in 2000 and was named one of the Top Doctors in Las Vegas in 2011.


Chadwick Plaire, MD FAAP, FACS
Dr Plaire hails from Georgia and completed medical school at Emory University. After his residency at Indiana University, Dr Plaire went on to a fellowship in Pediatric Urology at Seattle Children's Hospital. Dr Plaire has surgical expertise in repair of complex genital anomalies including hypospadias, exstrophy and ambiguous genitalia. He performed the first laparoscopic orchiopexy to repair an undescended testis in the State of Nevada. He is active in clinical research studies and is the principal investigator of two FDA sponsored trials on the use of antibiotics in children with urinary tract infections.
 

Waldo Feng, MD, PhD
Dr Feng is originally from New York and attended college at Brown University. He went to medical school at Mt Sinai School of Medicine earning a combined MD and PhD in the NIH sponsored Medical Scientist Training Program. He completed a Urology residency at UCLA and an accredited Pediatric Urology fellowship. Dr Feng's clinical interests include reconstructive surgery, dysfunctional voiding, minimally invasive laparoscopic and robotic surgery. He has published numerous papers in peer reviewed journals and textbook chapters on these topics. He remains actively involved in basic science research of the urinary tract as well as developing novel methods for treating urologic conditions in children.


Ranjiv Mathews, MD, FAAP
Dr Mathews completed his Urology residency at SUNY Health Science Center in Syracuse NY and his Fellowship in Pediatric Urology at the Brady Urological Institute of the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine. He has been on the faculty of the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine as an Associate Professor for the past 11 years. He continues to be on the Adjunct Clinical Faculty of the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine. He is Board Certified in Urology and Pediatric Urology. Dr Mathews specializes in management of congenital and acquired urological conditions in children. His research interests include, urinary tract infections, vesicoureteral reflux and bladder exstrophy. He has published widely on these topics and is one of the primary investigators of the RIVUR study for the evluation of antibiotic use in children with vesicoureteral reflux.