Through the generosity of James Buchanan Brady, the Brady Urological Institute at Johns Hopkins opened in 1915 and was the first urologic hospital in the United States. Since its inception, the Brady Institute’s clinicians and researchers have sought new challenges and pioneered techniques that have changed the face of urologic medicine.
The Brady Institute continues to be a leader in the field, perfecting minimally invasive surgical techniques, transforming the field of kidney transplantation and training future leaders.
Awards and Honors
Our urologists are frequently recognized for their contributions to patient care, education and research.
Ways to Give
Your support helps us perform critical research and provide exceptional care. Review giving options and donate.
Meet previous department and research directors — titans in the field of urology.
Timeline of Achievements
Track the evolution of urology at Johns Hopkins, from the early 1900s to today.
In 2015, the Brady Urological Institute celebrated its 100th anniversary. Explore our Centennial celebration.