Dr. Curran grew up in Indianapolis, Indiana. He is a 1990 graduate of the University of Notre Dame where he was a member of Alpha Epsilon Delta Premedical Honor Society. He attended medical school at Indiana University where he was voted the top student in Urology by the residents and faculty. At I.U., Dr. Curran served as Vice-President for the Class of 1994 and as the Treasurer of Student Council. Upon graduating from Indiana University, Dr. Curran completed a clerkship in Oncology at St. Vincent’s Hospital in Dublin, Ireland. Dr. Curran served as an intern and resident in General Surgery at the Massachusetts General Hospital, and completed a one year research fellowship at Children’s Hospital in Boston, Massachusetts. Dr. Curran was awarded a First Prize in Clinical Research by the American Academy of Pediatrics, Section of Urology for his investigation of the genetic transmission of vesicoureteral reflux disease. The last three years of his training were completed at the Lahey Clinic as a Urology resident, where he served as Chief Resident in Urology. During his tenure as a resident, Dr. Curran received special recognition for his research on three separate occasions, and he was named a Scholar in Urology by Pfizer Pharmaceutical Corporation. Dr. Curran has been in private practice since July 2000 and served as Urologist in Chief at Norwood Hospital until 2012. He and his wife have two children.