Bradley Potts, MD
Clinical and Research Interests
Clinically, I am interested in medical and surgical management of stone disease, BPH, and endoscopic management of upper tract and bladder malignancy. From a research perspective, I enjoy neurourology and I am working on a device with Dr. Matthew Fraser to treat underactive bladder.
What were you looking for in a residency program?
Excellent training, diverse research opportunities, collegial atmosphere.
What are the strengths of the Duke program?
I believe Duke offers unparalleled training for my urological interests. As a major academic center, we are very fortunate to have great research mentors and resources. My favorite part about working here is that the residency really does feel like a family.
What do you like best about living in Durham and the Triangle?
I live near downtown Durham and love the casual atmosphere, international cuisine, and the pastel sunsets. I think we are so lucky to have the mountains 2 hours west and ocean 2 hours east.
What do you like to do outside of Duke?
Outside of work, I enjoy fishing, occasional spurts of exercise and healthy eating, and writing angsty poems.
Honors and Awards
- SGSU Kimbrough Meeting: Best Basic Science Podium 2019, Best Basic Science Poster 2019, Best Basic Science Podium 2020
- SUFU Annual Meeting: Winner of Best Basic Science Essay 2020*
- SESAUA Montague Boyd Essay Competiton Finalist: Third Place 2020*
*BARRINGTON’S REFLEXES REVISITED: PROXIMAL URETHRAL ELECTRICAL STIMULATION AS A TREATMENT FOR UNDERACTIVE BLADDER IN RATS