Duke University’s Multidisciplinary Benign Urology Research Symposium

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The CAIRIBU-affiliated Multidisciplinary Urologic Research (KURe) Career Development Program (K12) at Duke University is hosting its 9th Annual Benign Urology Symposium on April 19, 2024, at Duke University (Trent Semans Great Hall).

This year the symposium will explore the Urologic Effects of Aging and will include panel discussions, trainee platform presentations, poster sessions, Lunch with Experts, trainee abstract awards, and trainee travel awards.

Speakers to include CAIRIBU-affiliated investigators Scott Bauer, MD, MS (University of California San Francisco), Nicole De Nisco, PhD (University of Texas at Dallas), Ekene Enemchukwu, MD, MPH (Stanford University), Alison Huang, MD (University of California San Francisco), Teresa Liu, PhD (University of Wisconsin – Madison), and Anne-Catrin Uhlemann, MD (Columbia University).

Contact bircwh.kure@duke.edu with any questions.

Register HERE.

CAIRIBU Centers and Programs are united around the overall objectives of improving our understanding of the mechanisms of urogenital diseases and developing clinical therapies for treating them by building collaborative and interactive research platforms that span the gamut from basic to translational to population research. For a list of K12 Scholars at Duke University and other CAIRIBU-affiliated programs go HERE. 

From the 2022 Duke KURe Symposium – Kristina Penniston, PhD (PI, U24 CAIRIBU Interactions Core), Cindy Amundsen, MD (PI, Duke University KURe), and recipients of CAIRIBU Conference and Data Dissemination Awards.
From the 2022 Duke KURe Symposium – Maryellen Kelly, DNP, CPNP, MHSc (CAIRIBU Collaboration Award Recipient) presenting “Kid’s, Don’t Drink the Pee!”.
From the 2022 Duke KURe Symposium – Junqin Chen (Graduate Student, CAIRIBU P20 FORWARD Center at Duke University) presenting her poster “Cavitation Contributes to Energy Delivery and Stone Damage During In Vitro Thulium Fiber Laser Lithotripsy”.