The CAIRIBU K12 Scholar Seminar Series, sponsored by the UW-Madison U54 George M. O’Brien Urology Center, features presentations by K12 Scholars affiliated with the CAIRIBU K12 Multidisciplinary Urologic Research (KURe) Career Development Programs and the K12 Urological Epidemiology (KUroEpi) Institutional Research Career Development Programs.
Zoom link to seminar HERE (passcode: cairibu)
2023 K12 Scholar Presentation Schedule
- View the January-June 2023 schedule
- View the January-May 2022 schedule
- View the June-December 2021 schedule
- Recordings of ALL prior K12 Scholar presentations are available on the CAIRIBU YouTube channel
Recorded Presentations linked to CAIRIBU YouTube Channel:
FEBRUARY 2023 – Oluwaferanmi Okanlami, MD, MS, Neurogenic Bladder and “Boosting”
JANUARY 2023 – Teresa Liu, PhD, Aging and BPH
MAY 2022 – David Bayne, MD, MPH, Big Stones, Bad Access: Insight Into the Kidney Stone Treatment Cascade
APRIL 2022 – Byron Hayes, PhD, Mast Cell – Nerve Axis Induction in the Bladder Following Recurrent Urinary Tract Infections. A recording will be available once final study is published.
MARCH 2022 – Michael Odom, PhD, NLRP3-Dependent Mechanisms Contributing to Diabetic Bladder Dysfunction
FEBRUARY 2022 – Jim Hokanson, PhD, The Urethra and Urinary Urgency. A recording will be available once final study is published.
JANUARY 2022 – LaTasha Crawford, VMD, PhD, DACVP, Exploring Peripheral Mechanisms of Somatovisceral Crosstalk in Bladder Disease
DECEMBER 2021 – Scott Bauer, MD, ScM, Geroscience, Epidemiology, and Benign Urology
NOVEMBER 2021 – Matthew Grimes, MD, Mechanisms of Urethral Fibrosis in Lichen Sclerosus
OCTOBER 2021 – Maryellen Kelly, DNP, CPNP, MHSc, Pediatric Lower Urinary Tract Symptoms: Current management and where we will go
SEPTEMBER 2021 – Giulia Lane, MD, Patient Decision Making in Urology
AUGUST 2021 – Eva Raphael, MD, MPH, Prevalence, Risk Factors, and Spatial Distribution of Bacteriuria Caused by Antimicrobial-resistant E. coli (Power Point slides)
JULY 2021 – Casey Steadman, PhD, Kilohertz Frequency Spinal Cord Stimulation for the Restoration of Bladder Function after Spinal Cord Injury. A recording will be available once final study is published.
JUNE 2021 – Alejandro Roldán-Alzate, PhD, Non-Invasive Assessment of Lower Urinary Tract Biomechanics