Kunal Jana joined Saskatoon Urology Associates in 2006. He graduated from the College of Medicine at the University of Saskatchewan and completed his urological fellowship training at the University of Ottawa. Kunal is a Clinical Assistant Professor of Surgery at the University of Saskatchewan. His clinical areas of expertise are minimally invasive surgery and surgical oncology.
In addition to his clinical work, Kunal has an interest in quality improvement in health care. He has been involved with various provincial and regional quality improvement initiatives such as the Prostate Assessment Pathway. His research interests are around continuous quality improvement and is a Research Associate in the Regina Qu'Appelle Health Region.
- Liu, B., Jana, K., Groot, G. Can a supervised algorithmic assessment of men for prostate cancer improve the quality of care? A retrospective evaluation of a prostate assessment pathway in Saskatchewan, Journal of the Canadian Urological Association  11(9): E338-E343
- Ambati, D., Jana, K., Domes, T. Largest pheochromocytoma reported in Canada: A case study and literature review. Journal of the Canadian Urological Association  8(5-6): e374-e377
- Watterson, J. D., Soon S., Jana K. Access Related Complications During Percutaneous Nephrolithotomy: Urology Versus Radiology at a Single Academic Institution. The Journal of Neurology.  176: 142-145.