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Duke Urology Visiting Professor Lectureships

 
"The presence of Visiting Professors permits point-counterpoint discussions beyond the standard provided by our current faculty thereby facilitating growth and knowledge for both our present faculty and residents."   

 

In support of improving patient care, Duke’s Division of Urology offers opportunities for education and professional development to the entire health care team through a variety of conferences and symposiums at Duke and the southeast.  Visiting Professorships offer to Duke Faculty, Fellows, Residents, and staff opportunities to address current therapies, treatments, and technologies in the subspecialties of urology and urologic oncology.  Intended to stimulate scientific discussions across a variety of basic science and clinical disciplines and to enhance trainee education, past meetings have attracted over 100 faculty, trainees, and staff from Duke.

 

2020 JOHN E. DEES, MD LECTURESHIP "Neurobiology of Pelvic Pain: Implications for Treatment" presented virtually by 

 

J. Christian Winters, MD, FACS
H. Eustis Reily Professor of Urology and  Gynecology
Chairman Department of Urology, Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center
Vice-Chancellor of Clinical Affairs at LSU Health New Orleans
CEO of the LSU Healthcare Network
New Orleans, Louisiana

 

February 3, 2021  Joint Surgery and Urology Virtual Grand Round Visiting Professor presents "The American Urological Association Urotrauma Guidelines – In Theory and Practice"

Michael Coburn, MD, FACS
Professor and Chairman
Scott Department of Urology
Baylor College of Medicine
Vice President of Education/Baylor St. Luke’s Medical Center
Houston, Texas

 

July 20, 2021  The Inaugural David F. Paulson, MD Lectureship: "Artificial Intelligence, Robotics, and Augmented Reality" 

Executive Director
American Board of Urology 

 

Postponed to 2022     (SUO) Society of Urologic Oncology Visiting Professorship: "Surgery For High Risk Prostate Cancer in 2021: Pre-, Intra-, and Postoperative Considerations"

Carl Rosen Professor in Urology
Vice-Chair of Research, Dept of Urology
Director, Urologic Oncology Fellowship
Mayo Clinic, Rochester

 

Postponed to 2022    JOHN E. DEES, MD LECTURESHIP presented by 

Professor
Vice Chief, Pediatric Urology
Department of Urology
University of Washington School of Medicine

 

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UROLOGY ENDOWED LECTURESHIP information

  • John E. Dees, MD, Lectureship
  • Morris Center for Urologic Research
  • Victor A. Politano, MD Lectureship
  • David F. Paulson, MD Lectureship