top of page

Hooman Djaladat, MD, MS

Hooman Djaladat, MD, MS
USC Institute of Urology
Keck Hospital

Hooman Djaladat, MD, MS, is an associate professor of clinical urology, at the USC Institute of Urology. Dr. Djaladat went to medical school at Tehran University of Medical Sciences in Tehran, Iran. He was among the top in his class and did urology residency in Sina Hospital, one of the well-known urology centers in Tehran University of Medical Sciences. Before finishing his residency, Dr. Djaladat did a training in endo-uro-oncology in Medway Hospital, affiliated with the University College of London in United Kingdom. In 2004, Dr. Djaladat started his academic career in urology as assistant professor of Urology. From 2007 to 2009, he did his endourology and urolaparoscopy clinical fellowship in Labbafinejad Medical Center, which is one of the most prestigious centers pioneering modern urology in Middle East. Subsequently, he moved to the United States and completed his SUO-accredited urologic oncology fellowship at the Keck School of Medicine of USC in 2012 and immediately joined the USC Institute of Urology. Dr. Djaladat has published more than 45 peer-reviewed articles and book chapters; some of them are the results of impressive surgical clinical trials. He has also been selected as a reviewer to many urology journals. Dr. Djaladat also invented a new Foley catheter for prostatectomy patients, which has been filed with the US Patent and Trade Organization.

Office Locations
(323) 865-3700
1441 Eastlake Ave., Suite #7416, Los Angeles, CA 90089
bottom of page