Dr. Louis Spencer Krane is an assistant professor of urology at Tulane University in the School of Medicine. He graduated from Tulane School of Medicine in 2007 and then pursued a fellowship in minimally invasive and robotic urology at Henry Ford Hospital under the guidance of Dr. Mani Menon, the father of robotic surgery. He proceeded to Wake Forest Baptist Health for training on regenerative medicine techniques and then completed his Urology Residency. Dr. Spencer Krane has additional specialized training at the National Cancer Institute in Bethesda, Maryland, where he was trained in the latest treatments for prostate cancer and in diagnostic techniques, including MRI fusion guided biopsies. He has published extensively and has presented his work internationally and throughout the United States. He has won numerous awards for his research including in 2016 for drug repurposing in bladder cancer based on changes in gene expression from the American Society of Clinical Oncologists (ASCO).