Dr. Su completed his urology residency at the New York Presbyterian Hospital-Cornell and his fellowship in robotics and laparoscopic surgery at Johns Hopkins Hospital. He served eight years on faculty at the Brady Urological Institute of Hopkins before coming to the University of Florida as Chief of the Division of Robotic and Minimally Invasive Urologic Surgery where he now leads a team of five minimally invasive surgeons. His clinical interests are in minimally invasive surgical therapies for kidney cancer and robotic prostatectomy for prostate cancer. Dr. Su’s research focuses on exploring image-guided surgery for prostate and kidney cancer, robotic simulation and virtual reality, renal ischemia biomarkers and trialing new minimally invasive biomedical technology and optical imaging. He has authored over 75 peer reviewed manuscripts and multiple book chapters and has received audio-visual awards for topics of laparoscopic prostate and kidney surgery.