About the MUS

The object of the Michigan Urological Society is to encourage the study and maintenance of the highest possible standards for urological education, research and practice. To encourage preparation and promote publication of contributions to medical and scientific literature pertaining to Urology.

To meet this mission, the Michigan Urological Society has three meetings each year, a Scientific Meeting, Board Review, and Resident Research Day. These meetings offer CME credits to MUS members and opportunity for vendors to exhibit. Each year the meetings are on a pre-determined rotation determining which Medical Institution will host each meeting and create the agenda. The following institutions participate in this rotation: Henry Ford Hospital, Michigan State University, University of Michigan Hospital, Wayne State University, and William Beaumont Hospital.


2020 Remaining MUS Event Dates

MUS Updates in Urology
Unfortunately, this event has been CANCELLED


 MUS Resident Research Day
This event has been rescheduled as a Virtual Conference:
Saturday, October 3, 2020  9:00 a.m. - Noon
Watch your e-mail for updates and registration information!




2020 Sponsors


GOLD Sponsor

Boston Scientific Advancing Science for Life



SILVER Sponsor

 Caldera Logo 350



BRONZE Sponsors


  Cook Logo Adobe Illustrator 


Endo Pharmaceuticals 250




Latest News

MUS is a proud supporter of IVUmed, a group committed to making quality urological care available to people worldwide.

 If you would like to help IVUmed in their mission, go to their website IVUmed.org or contact Vera Moore at the MUS office:

734-677-2270 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Upcoming Events

MUS Updates in Urology
This event has been cancelled
MUS Resident Research Day
Rescheduled as a Virtual Event
Saturday, October 3rd
9:00 a.m. - Noon

Membership Renewal

2020 Membership Renewal   2020 membership dues notices have been mailed. Active member dues are $100 and gives you access to all three educational meetings.  You must be a current MUS member to earn CME credits at the meetings.