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Prostate Cancer Risk Clinic

The Prostate Cancer Risk Clinic at the University of Michigan is intended for men with genetic mutations known or suspected to increase the risk of prostate cancer. Contact us: 734-647-8902

Cancer genetics is something we hear a lot about as celebrities such as Angelina Jolie have made medical decisions due to genetic predisposition for cancer. But how do you know if you might have a cancer causing gene? Oncologist and Director of the University of Michigan Cancer Genetics Clinic, Elena Stoffel, M.D., shares the ins and outs of when, who and if you should have genetic testing.

For more information about genetic screening:
Please visit the UroToday website and watch a video with Dr. Todd Morgan discussing the topic.

While the increased risk of breast cancer in women with BRCA mutations is more widely known, men with BRCA mutations or other cancer-related mutations are at greater risk of developing prostate cancer. The PCRC is intended for men with these mutations in order to initiate an individualized prostate cancer screening plan and follow-up care.

Men who have undergone genetic testing revealing any of the following cancer-related mutations or syndromes should schedule an appointment:

  • BRCA1 or BRCA2
  • Lynch Syndrome
  • Li-Fraumeni syndrome (p53 gene)

This clinic is primarily for men age 35-70 without a prior diagnosis of prostate cancer.

The clinic session(s) will involve:

  • Consent to participate in Prostate Cancer Risk Clinic and complete a questionnaire
  • Patient history and physical exam
  • Review of family history, genetic risk, and other lifestyle factors that may contribute to prostate cancer risk
  • Blood and urine testing for individualized assessment of prostate cancer risk
  • Presentation of individualized plan of follow-up care based on test results and discussion of prostate biopsy if indicated
  • Referral to University of Michigan Urologic Oncology clinic for prostate cancer management, if necessary.

Prostate Cancer Risk Clinic has two locations:

Urology Clinic at Taubman Center
1500 E. Medical Center Drive
Floor 2, Reception C
Ann Arbor, MI, 48109
Patients call: 734-647-8902
Healthcare professionals call M-LINE: 800-962-3555

Taubman Health Center driving directions
Floor Map, Level 2 Taubman Health Center

Parking instructions: Plan to park in structure P2 for easiest access to reception area C.
For more information about parking (including information on valet services) please visit the Parking at the Ann Arbor Main Medical Campus web page.

Our Team:

Todd Morgan, M.D.
Bumsoo Park, M.D., Ph.D.
Simpa Salami, MBBS
Elena Stoffel, M.D.
LaShon Day, P.A.-C.
Michelle Jacobs , M.S.,C.G.C.

University of Michigan Health Family Medicine Urology Clinic at Domino's Farms
24 Frank Lloyd Wright Dr.
Ste 2300; Lobby H
Ann Arbor MI 48105-9484
Patients call: 734-647-8902
Healthcare professionals call M-LINE: 800-962-3555
Department Fax: 734-482-7292

Driving directions: To better locate our office when using a GPS, please use 2951 Earhart Rd Ann Arbor, MI 48105
Parking Instructions: Lobby H is located on Earhart Rd, please follow the signs for parking and entering into Lobby H.

Scheduling Appointments Online

If you have signed up for an account on the MyUofMHealth patient portal, you can manage and request appointments with your U-M physician online. Under the “Appointments” tab on, you can view upcoming or past appointments, cancel appointments up to 24 hours before your scheduled time, and request a new appointment.

Visit MyUofMHealth to register for or log into the patient portal.


Meet Dr. Bumsoo Park. He sees patients at the Domino Farms' location.

Bumsoo Park, M.D.

I graduated from Kyung Hee University College of Medicine in Seoul, South Korea, and have over 10-year career as a full-time urologist in Korea. I came to US in 2015 to learn primary care and finished Family Medicine residency at Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit. I started my career as a Family Medicine and Urology faculty at University of Michigan in 2018.

While I was practicing in Korea, I was fellowship-trained for Uro-Oncology which has been one of my main clinical and research interests. I am experienced in performing urological cancer surgeries such as prostatectomy, nephrectomy, and cystectomy. As a US board-certified family physician with significant Uro-Oncology background, my credentials have become a good fit to lead this unique and specialized clinic called Prostate Cancer Risk Clinic (PCRC).

I see patients who have high-risk for prostate cancer such as genetic mutations and/or significant cancer family history on a yearly basis. I enjoy having good conversations with those patients in terms of discussing and counseling for prostate cancer screening and early detection. I offer a variety of screening tests such as PSA (prostate-specific antigen) test, digital rectal examination, urine SelectMDx test, and occasionally, prostate MRI. I offer prostate biopsy when there is a significant concern for prostate cancer. I am always excited to meet with my patients, sit down and carefully listen to them, and provide medical service and counseling!