Richard Kronhaus, MD, received a bachelor's of arts degree with honors in chemistry from the University of Vermont in 1971. During this time he was awarded the American Chemical Society Scholarship and Honors Research in Biochemistry. In 1977, he obtained his Doctor of Medicine from Universita degli Studi in Bologna, Italy. Following this, he completed his general surgery residency and urology residency at Upstate Medical University.
Dr. Kronhaus is a board-certified urologist. He is also a member of the American Medical Association; American Urological Association; New York State Medical Society; New York State Society of Surgeons; New York State Urological Society; and the American Association of Clinical Urologists.
In addition, Dr. Kronhaus has published, “Cimetidine, Post Transplants Peptic Ulcer Complications and Renal Allograft Survival,” Archives of Surgery, volume 117, page 933-935.