Dr. Kam Kaler is a UC Irvine Health urologist with clinical interests in robotic surgery, minimally invasive surgical techniques from endoscopy to laparoscopy. His patients benefit from his clinical expertise in prostate cancer and kidney cancer.
Kaler earned his medical degree at The University of Alberta Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry in Alberta, Canada followed by a residency in urology at The University of Manitoba, College of Medicine in Winnipeg, Manitoba.
Kaler is active in research pertaining to prostate cancer and kidney cancer, in addition to other diseases of the kidney. He has received numerous first place awards towards his research of prostate cancer and radical prostatectomy patient outcomes and was also fortunate to receive the Dr. Dennis Hosking award for resident of the year in 2014.
Kaler joined the UC Irvine Health Department of Urology in 2015 as faculty and fellow in endourology and robotic surgery under the mentorship of Dr. Ralph Clayman, Dr. Jaime Landman, and Dr. Thomas Ahlering. His current research focuses on surgical planning related to kidney stone surgery and robotic prostatectomy outcomes.