Southeastern Surgery Center

Jonathan J Melquist, M.D.

Jonathan J Melquist

Education:
Fellowship Training: Urologic Oncology, University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center
Residency Training: Stony Brook University (SUNY)
Medical School: University of Minnesota
Undergraduate: Purdue University

Languages:
English: Native speaker
Spanish: Working proficiency

Treatment Areas:
• General Urology
• Urologic Oncology
• Laparoscopic and Robotic Surgery
• Urinary Stone Disease
• Female Urology and Voiding Dysfunction
• General Pediatric Urology

Jonathan J. Melquist, MD is a native Midwesterner.  He attended Purdue University where he received a Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry.  He later obtained his medical degree from the University of Minnesota during which time he had the unique opportunity to expand his experience by training in Córdoba, Argentina.  He spent approximately six months at the Hospital Privado de Córdoba enhancing his medical and language skills.

Dr. Melquist later attended Stony Brook University (SUNY) where he completed an ACGME-accredited residency in Urology.  He learned the most up-to-date techniques for managing all urologic issues from fellowship-trained faculty in Oncology, Endourology, Laparoscopy, Robotics, Fertility, Pediatrics and Transplantation.

Dr. Melquist continued his education at MD Anderson Cancer Center with a Urologic Oncology fellowship.  He trained to manage the most complex oncology cases at this renowned institution (US News & World Report).  Surgically, these cases were often managed with use of the Da Vinci® robotic system.

At MD Anderson Cancer Center Dr. Melquist also participated in cutting-edge translational and clinical research under the direction of Dr. Colin Dinney and Dr. David McConkey.  Dr. Melquist’s specific focus of interest was creating better modalities to classify bladder cancer in order to enhance treatment options.  He is published in several peer reviewed journals and has authored topics in various text books.  For a complete listing of his research, please refer to Google Scholar or PubMed.