American Board of Urology
B.S. Biology, Boston College 1996 M.D. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill 2006 Internship General Surgery, Vanderbilt University 2006-2007 Residency, Urology, Vanderbilt Univeristy 2007-2011
Dr. Thomasch was raised on Long Island where he met his wife, Joanna. They spent 10 years in North Carolina where James worked in a biomedical research laboratory as a research analyst at Duke University for 5 years prior to attending medical school at UNC-Chapel Hill. They acquired a love for the outdoors while living in NC and spent alot of time alternating between visits to the mountains and Atlantic ocean. During his residency at Vanderbilt, Dr. Thomasch has trained with leaders in the fields of urologic oncology, pediatric urology, and endourology with a particular emphasis on the use of minimally invasive techniques such as utilizing the Da Vinci surgical robot to treat complex urologic disorders. He enjoys spending time outdoors with his wife and three boys.
Urologic oncology, stone disease, Da Vinci robotic surgery, and other minimally invasive and reconstructive urologic procedures.