Paul D. Maroni, MD

Assistant Professor, Surgery 
University of Colorado Denver School of Medicine

Dr. Paul Maroni is  fellowship-trained in Urologic Oncology. He has developed a busy practice in Urology and Urologic Oncology.  Dr. Maroni is extremely qualified in a broad scope of urologic surgery and in the areas of prostate, bladder, and kidney cancer and performs laparoscopic (“minimally invasive”) as well as open procedures. He trained at the University of Illinois at Chicago College of Medicine, completed his residency at the University of Colorado Denver School of Medicine and completed his fellowship at Indiana University.  He is a member/investigator of the Southwest Oncology Group.

Special areas of interest are minimally-invasive procedures for low-risk prostate cancer and surgery for advanced (high-risk) prostate cancer.  He is an investigator in national trials for high-intensity focused ultrasound (HIFU) treatments for prostate cancer and injection medications for the management of urinary symptoms related to benign prostate enlargement.  He crafts treatment alternatives for patients based on individual values.  In order to advance medical knowledge and improve patient outcomes, he will be actively recruiting patients to clinical trials for prostate cancer including active surveillance/watchful waiting (START trial), targeted therapies, and surgery for high-risk patients (PUNCH trial).  He regularly participates in the genitourinary multidisciplinary second opinion conference.

Additionally, he has experience in specialized surgeries for the removal of metastatic masses in patients with advanced testicular cancer.  He is happy to discuss complicated aspects of the management of testicular cancer and works closely with genitourinary medical oncologists to help treat this disease.

Dr. Maroni

Medical School

University of Illinois at Chicago

Internship & Residency

University of Colorado Denver


Urologic Oncology, Indiana University

Board Certification


Special Procedures & Techniques

Minimally-invasive Surgery

Prostate Cancer Research

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