Dr. Poch's research interests include health-related quality of life outcomes after oncologic surgery. He current research projects including assessment of patient centered treatment preferences for urinary diversion after bladder removal surgery. In addition is involved in active enrollment of patients onto Moffitt Sponsored clinical trials.
His clinical interests include bladder, kidney, testis and prostate cancer with an emphasis on surgical robotics and minimally invasive surgery. He is a reviewer for numerous professional journals, and is published in many peer-reviewed journals and has authored many book chapters on urologic oncology and robotics. He is speaker at national and international urology conferences.
A native of Connecticut, Dr. Poch entered Brown University as an undergraduate in the Program of Liberal Medical Education. He graduated with a BA in Biology from Brown University and went on to complete medical school there at the Brown Medical School. He stayed in Providence at Rhode Island Hospital/Brown University for his Urology residency before traveling to Buffalo to complete a Society for Urologic Oncology fellowship at Roswell Park Cancer Institute. He has been an Assistant Member at Moffitt Cancer Center since 2012.
Dr. Poch is an Assistant Professor at the University of South Florida, Morsani College of Medicine and is involved in medical student education where he provides mentorship and clinical education for first and second year medical students.
His hobbies include cycling, snowboarding, international travel and cooking.