Dr. Lohri is a graduate of the West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine. He completed his urologic surgical training at CAMC where he served as chief resident. Dr. Lohri furthered his urologic training as a fellow in reconstructive urology, female urology, and urodynamics at Duke University Medical Center. Dr. Lohri’s clinical interests include female urology with special emphasis in urinary incontinence, vaginal vault prolapse, and voiding dysfunction; reconstruction of the male urethra, male incontinence, and erectile dysfunction, including implantation of penile and urinary sphincter prosthetics; male and female ureteral reconstruction and trauma, urinary diversion, and bladder substitution for cancer and voiding dysfunction. He also specializes in minimally-invasive robotic surgery for the treatment of female pelvic organ prolapse, prosthetic urology (penile implant and artificial sphincter placement), and complex urethral reconstruction.