Andrew J. Hung

Assistant Professor of Clinical Urology Associate Residency Program Director Director, Surgical Simulation & Education
Andrew J. Hung, MD

Areas of treatment:

Kidney Surgery:
Robotic and laparoscopic radical and partial nephrectomy for kidney cancer
"Belly-button" kidney surgery
Virtually scarless kidney surgery
Robotic pyeloplasty for UPJ obstruction
Ureteroscopy and laser lithotripsy for kidney stones
Prostate Surgery:
Robotic nerve-sparing radical prostatectomy for cancer
Robotic simple prostatectomy for enlarged prostate and BPH
Bladder Surgery:
Robotic radical cystectomy
Completely intracorporeal neobladder and ileal conduit bladder surgery


  • Urology


  • Department of Urology


  • English
  • Mandarin Chinese
  • Spanish
  • Taiwanese

Andrew J. Hung, MD

Assistant Professor of Clinical Urology
Associate Residency Program Director
Director, Surgical Simulation & Education

Practicing locations:

  • Keck Hospital of USC
  • Keck Medicine of USC - New Downtown Los Angeles
  • Keck Medicine of USC - Pasadena
  • USC Norris Comprehensive Cancer Center and Hospital

About this doctor:

Dr. Hung is an expert in robotic, laparoscopic and traditional open surgery for diseases of the adrenal, kidney, ureter, bladder and prostate.

Dr. Hung received his Bachelor of Science degree with honors from Yale University, and completed his medical education at the Weill Medical College of Cornell University with honors in research. He completed his urology residency at the University of Southern California, and stayed at USC for a fellowship in advanced laparoscopy and robotics under Inderbir Gill, a world-leader in minimally invasive urological surgery.

Dr. Hung is a recognized leader in the validation and development of innovative surgical simulation technologies. To train the next generation of urologic surgeons, he developed the first-ever procedure-specific simulation for robotic surgery. Dr. Hung has produced several first-author and senior-author papers in leading urologic journals on surgical simulation and image-guided therapies for urologic diseases. He is a regular peer-reviewer for leading urologic journals, including European Urology, Journal of Urology and the British Journal of Urology International. He has presented at several international and national meetings, and has received distinct honors, including speaking at the American Urological Association Annual Meeting Plenary Session and Town Hall meetings to present his work on robotic surgical simulation and mentoring.


Weill Medical College of Cornell University, Doctor of Medicine, 2007


LAC+USC Medical Center, General Surgery, 2007-2008


LAC+USC Medical Center, Urology, 2008-2013


University of Southern California, Robotics & Advanced Laparoscopy, 2013-2014

Professional society memberships:

American Urological Association


Fellow for Outstanding Contribution to Resident Teaching Award, 2014
AUA 2014 “Best Abstract” - “ConnectTM – A Pilot Study for the Remote Proctoring of Robotic Surgery.”, 2014
Society of Laparoendoscopic Surgeons Award- Outstanding Laparoendoscopic Resident Surgeon, 2013
Department Top Score (96% percentile) on annual urology resident in-service exam, 2012
Western Section AUA Resident Award, 2011