Keck School Faculty

Edward B Forsyth

Edward B Forsyth

Clinical Assistant Professor of Urology (Practitioner)
Urology
38660 Medical Ctr Dr A200 Off Campus Palmdale
To make an appointment or refer a patient, please contact:
Phone: (661) 839-1800 option #3
Keck Medicine of USC
USC Urology – Santa Clarita
25751 McBean Pkwy, Suite 200
Santa Clarita, CA 91355

Edward Forsyth, MD, is a staff urologist at Keck Medicine of USC
specializing in urologic oncology and robotic surgery. He earned his MD
at the Renaissance School of Medicine at Stony Brook University in Stony
Brook, New York. Dr. Forsyth then moved on to a urology residency at
Stony Brook Medicine, where his training included female pelvic medicine,
surgical reconstruction, kidney transplantation and the management of
complex kidney stone disease.
He then completed a fellowship in minimally invasive surgery and urologic
oncology at USC Urology.
Dr. Forsyth is well-versed in robotic approaches to treating benign and malignant
urologic disease. He has experience with a broad range of urologic treatments,
both traditional and novel. Dr. Forsyth believes that the doctor-patient
relationship is at the core of excellent care and strives to bring empathy and
compassion to his practice.
Background:
• Staff urologic surgeon, USC Urology
• Fellowship, minimally invasive surgery and urologic oncology, USC Urology
• Resident, Urology, Stony Brook Medicine, Stony Brook, New York
• Doctor of Medicine, Stony Brook School of Medicine, Stony Brook, New York
Areas of Clinical Expertise:
• Urologic oncology
• Minimally invasive urologic surgery
• Robotic surgery

Selected Peer-Reviewed Articles:
• Superior Mesenteric Artery Injury During Robotic Left Radical Nephrectomy:
Prevention and Management, The Journal of Urology, 2022 May 1.
• Simultaneous Repair of Rectovesical Fistula with Bladder Neck Contracture after
Radical Prostatectomy – A Novel Robotic Technique, The Journal of Urology,
2022 May 1.
Abstracts:
• Imaging characteristics of cystic masses in polycystic kidney disease and
end-stage renal disease, Urologic Society for Transplantation at the American
Urological Association Annual Meeting, 2020
• What role for metastasis-directed therapy in an oligometastatic prostate cancer,
Dr. John Mordente Memorial Lecture and Resident Abstract Competition, 2019
Memberships:
• American Urological Association
Awards:
• Best Video, American Urological Association, 2022
• Michael J. Droller Chief Resident Virtual Debate, New York Section of the
American Urologic Association, 2021
• 8th Annual Dr. John Mordente Memorial Lecture and Resident Abstract
Competition, NYU Langone Health, 2019
• Resident Teacher Award, NYU Langone Health, 2016
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