Daniel Eun


Dr. Eun completed his urology residency and 18-month minimally invasive urologic robotic oncology fellowship at Henry Ford Hospital’s Vattikuti Urology Institute in Detroit. In 2008, he took his first appointment at the University of Pennsylvania and in 2012, Dr. Eun was recruited to his alma mater, Temple University, in Philadelphia.

Dr. Eun currently runs a regional and national high-volume referral practice for robotic treatment of genitourinary oncology as well as complex reconstructive surgery of the kidney, ureter, prostate and bladder. He currently has one of the busiest complex robotic re-operative and reconstructive practices in the world. He has performed over 4000 robotic procedures and more than 50 different types of robotic procedures. Dr. Eun is regarded as a thought leader in advanced robotic surgery techniques, robotic procedure innovation and advanced level robotic surgical training.

Since 2008, Dr. Eun has offered a fellowship and currently offers a one-year fellowship in robotic urologic oncology and reconstructive surgery at Temple University Hospital. He has published 150 peer-reviewed journal articles, book chapters and presented over 250 meeting abstracts. Dr. Eun has taught numerous robotics masters-level classes, resident/fellow courses in robotics and lectured in over a dozen countries and for numerous international societies and training programs. He has performed over 50 live robotic surgery demonstrations at various international university medical centers and at large conference venues such as the American Urologic Association and North American Robotic Urologic Symposium. In 2015, Dr. Eun was appointed as an honorary Professor of Urology at Nanchang University in the People’s Republic of China for his numerous teaching contributions. He has recently edited the first text book on robotic reconstructive surgery and is considered one of the founders of this newly burgeoning sub-specialty of urology.

As director of Temple’s Advanced Robotic Urologic Surgery Fellowship Training Program and Chief of Robotic Surgical Services, Dr. Eun is an active member of the teaching faculty of Temple University School of Medicine, working closely with medical students, residents and fellows.