Success in San Francisco: Over 100 attend USTRS Program at 2018 AUA San Francisco click here for details 2018 Meeting
Urologic Society for Transplantation and Renal Surgery Anil Kapoor, MD, President, Urologic Society for Transplantation and Renal Surgery Professor of Surgery (Urology), McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada The Urologic Society for Transplantation and Renal Surgery will meet on Monday, May 21, 2018 (7:30am-11:45am) at the Moscone Convention & Exhibition Center. Note the new time this…
Call for Papers!! Please forward this to potential residents and fellows! Novick Award: Call for Abstracts – click here for details Resident and Fellow Essay Competition – $1,000 First Prize 2018 USTRS Annual Meeting – Monday May 21, 2018 – 7:30 – 11:30 AM Abstract Submission Deadline March 26, 2018
Effective January 2, 2018, the duties of the administration and management of the Urologic Society for Transplantation & Renal Surgery have been transferred to DeSantis Management Group. The prior management contract at Urology Management Services has expired and is no longer active. Please contact Jeannie or Chris DeSantis at 714-550-9155 with any questions. The new…
Congratulations! Octav Cristea MD, FRCSC Assistant Professor, Division of Transplantation Emory University | Emory Transplant Center Paper Title: Transplanting Kidneys from Donors with Small Renal Masses: A Strategy to Alleviate the Growing Organ Shortage.
Congratulations! Presentation at the USTRS 2016 Program – Award presented by Dr. John Barry 2016 Andrew Novick Award Winner Thomas J. Pshak, MD University of Colorado Paper Title: Fibrinolytic Shutdown In Deceased Donors: A Potential Area To Improve Organ Function And Usability?
Congratulations! Presentation at the USTRS 2015 Program 2015 Andrew Novick Award Winner Avi S. Baskin, MD UCLA David Geffen School of Medicine Paper Title: Polyethylene Glycol Accelerates Return of Bowel Function and Decreases Postoperative Narcotic Use in Renal Transplantation
Congratulations! Presentation at the USTRS 2014 Program 2014 Andrew Novick Award Winner Hannah Kerr, MD Cleveland Clinic Paper Title: Low Testosterone at Time of Transplant is Independently Associated with Poor Patient and Graft Survival in Male Renal Transplant Recipients