What We Do

A Commitment to Funding Answers

At the Urology Care Foundation, we support research aimed at helping the millions of men, women and children who struggle with urologic cancer and disease.

Advancing Patient Care

Since 1975, we've funded more than $30 million in research to help the brightest minds conduct the best urology research - research that has led to better care, treatments and an improved quality of life for millions of people around the world. We do this because we understand the cures of tomorrow exist in the lab today .


Our Research Investment since 1975

More than $30 million Global Research Initiatives Nearly 100 Institutions +750 Research Awards

A Commitment to Making a Difference

Where the Funding Goes

We do more than fund the best research from talented scientists-we help foster and develop their careers to support a long-lasting commitment to finding breakthroughs in patient care.

Funding cuts and increased competition for federal grants continue to threaten the future of urologic research. Your donation helps fund necessary research and supports talented young scientists during critical phases of their careers. These targeted investments ensure that they receive the resources and training for a successful career in research.

A Commitment to Research

Where the Funding Goes

The Foundation is a driving force in the discovery of new treatments, because we invest in the next generation of researchers. Our research has grown to include a whole new approach to both women's and men's urologic health. Today, those with prostate cancer, bladder cancer, kidney cancer and other urologic disease have benefited strongly because of this commitment.

IMPACT Magazine

IMPACT is a biennial publication that showcases the importance and impact of developing urologic researcher leaders through the Urology Care Foundation. This publication demonstrates Foundation funded investigators, how research education and funding initiatives have supported their careers, and how these contributions have impacted patients.