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Invited talk on ERAS at The First Affiliated Hospital of Wannan Medical College

Wuhu City, Anhui Province, China

Jessica Kee, PA, was invited to speak at The First Affiliated Hospital of Wannan Medical College in Wuhu City, Anhui Province, China on January 12, 2019 on Enhanced Recovery After Surgery (ERAS) and her and her colleagues' experiences using ERAS to care for cystectomy patients at Stanford. Her presentation was attended by Urologists, trainees, as well as community Urologists. 

Dr. David Ginsberg, Professor of Urology at University of Southern California Keck School of Medicine, was invited to Stanford as the 22nd Dorothy Fenmore Visiting Professor in Urology. This visiting professorship has a long history at Stanford, and has included in recent years Harry Herr, Pat Walsh, Craig Peters and many more. This year, Dr. Ginsberg received the top votes among our faculty and residents for this honor!


Urology Residency Match Results

Congratulations to our incoming class of Urology Residents!
Nikola Teslovich from Stanford, Nicolas Seranio from University of Pennsylvania, and Zachary Kornberg from UCSF.

BBC World News Interview with Michael Eisenberg

Dr. Michael Eisenberg discusses new research suggesting that delaying becoming a father could also affect the health of kids. Babies with older dads were found to have a greater chance of being born premature or with a low birth weight.


Dr. James Brooks:  Prostate cancer screening awaits optimization to reduce inappropriate treatment

Translational Andrology and Urology interviewed Dr. James Brooks, who shared his current research in the molecular and cellular characterization of screen-detected prostate cancer, the latest advances and challenges in prostate cancer detection and prognostication, the reason why AS is not widely accepted among patients, and many interesting findings and stories in his research.


A new study finds babies born to older dads may have a higher risk of health problems

Dr. Michael Eisenberg and his colleagues examined data from more than 40 million U.S. births and found links between older fathers and increased health risks for their infants. A paper describing the study was published online Nov. 1 in the British Medical Journal. Michael Eisenberg, MD is the senior author. Urology resident Yash Khandwala, MD, is the lead author. The research is highlighted here, in articles from Time Magazine, Huffington Post, and in a Stanford Medicine press release.


Jay B. Shah, MD, on Reducing Opioid Use After Urologic Oncology Surgery

Dr. Jay B. Shah discusses the role that surgeons can play as gatekeepers to the opioid epidemic, including the view that complex cancer operations can be performed with little to no opioid use.


When It Matters Most: Focal Therapy For Prostate Cancer Gives Patient Full Recovery

Dr. Geoff Sonn is interviewed in this patient story  on MRI-guided high intensity focused ultrasound (HIFU) for the treatment of prostate cancer. 


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Faculty Activities

2018 Annual Meeting of the Korean Urological Association (KUA) - Seoul, Korea

November 28-30, 2018

Dr. Michael Eisenberg speaking at KUA 2018 at The-K Hotel in Seoul, South Korea.

Dr. Benjamin Chung speaking at KUA 2018 at The-K Hotel in Seoul, South Korea.

Weekly Urologic Oncology Tumor Board Conference - Stanford Cancer Center

Dr. Eila Skinner teaching the finer points of surgery for metastatic testicular cancer at the weekly Urologic Oncology Tumor Board Conference at Stanford Cancer Center.

OPEN FACULTY POSITIONS

This Department of Urology is seeking qualified faculty for several open positions to join its distinguished group of medical professionals. 

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