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Abstract Awards

Best Basic Science Abstract Awards - 2018

Rapamycin Surpresses NADPH Oxidase-Medicated Reactive Oxygen Species Production and Reverses Erectile Dysfunction in Western Diet-Fed Mice
La Favor, J1; Bivalacqua, T1; Burnett, A1
1: Johns Hopkins University

Depletion of the Microtubule Severing Enzyme Fidgetin-Like 2 Promotes Nerve Regeneration and Improves Erectile Function in a Rodent Model of Radical Prostatectomy
Baker, L1; Tar, M1; Nacharaju, P1; Friedman, J1; Davies, K1; Sharp, D1
1: Albert Einstein College of Medicine

Sonic Hedgehog Regulation of Neurite Formation in Aged Pelvic Plexus
Dobbs, R1; Kalmanek, E1; Harrington, D2; Stupp, S3; McVary, K4; Podlasek, C1
1: University of Illinois at Chicago, 2: UT Houston; 3: Northwestern University; 4: Southern Illinois University

MicroRNAs as Biomarkers of Stem Cell Damage Affecting Autologous Stem Cell Therapy for Erectile Dysfunction and Other Conditions
Gonzalez-Cavidad, NF1; Gelfand, RG2; Kovanecz, I1
1: UCLA School of Medicine, Urology and LABioMed at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center; 2: LABioMed at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center

Rapamycin Suppresses NADPH Oxidase-Medicated Reactive Oxygen Species Production and Reverses Erectile Erectile Dysfunction in Western Diet-Fed Mice
La Favor, J1; Bivalacqua, T1; Burnett, A1
1: Johns Hopkins University

Best Clinical Abstract Awards - 2018

Total Testosterone Level and Infiltrating Lymphocyte Density within the Prostate: Is There an Optimal Window?
Gabrielson, A1; Reddy, A1; Sholl, A1; Alzeri, L2; Abdel-Mageed, A1; Silberstein, J1
1: Tulane University School of Medicine; 2: Tulane

Preliminary 3-Month Outcomes of a Novel Penile Traction Device (RestoreX) in Men with Peyronie's Disease: A Randomized, Controlled Trial
Ziegelmann, M1; Savage, J1; Avant, R1; Yang, D1; Kohler, T1; Trost, L1
1: Mayo Clinic

Next-Generation Sequencing of DNA Appears to Identify Biofilm and Antimicrobial Sensitivities/Resistances on Penile Prostheses Better than Traditional Culture Methods In-Vivo: The New Gold Standard?
Henry, G1
1: Ark-La-Tex Urology

12 Month Sexual Function Results of the Prostatic Urethral Lift for Obstructive Middle Lobe
Kaminetsky, J1; Eure, G2; Grier, D3; Freedman, S4; Rukstals, D5
1: Manhattan Medical Research; 2: Urology of Virginia; 3: Sound Urological; 4: Sheldon J. Freedman, M.D. LTD.; 5: Wake Forest School of Medicine

Staying Above Water: The Impact of Testosterone and Growth Hormone Secretagogues on Fluid Retention Parameters
Tatem, AJ1; Thirumavalavan, N1; Beilan, JA1; McBride, JA1; Mazur, DJ1; Buck, Q1; Pastuszak, AW1; Lipshultz, LI1
1: Baylor College of Medicine

Sexual Tipping Point/Mapedfund Award for the Best Mental Health Abstract

Characterization of Patient Attitudes Towards Testicular Prosthesis Placement After Orchiectomy
Balasubramanian, A1; Thirumavalavan, N1; McBride, JA1; Gondokusumo, J1; Tatem, AJ1; Beilan, JA1; Pastuszak, AW1; Lipshultz, LI1
1: Baylor College of Medicine

Best Residents Arena Awards

Patient Decision-Making and Predictors of Genital Satisfaction Associated with Testicular Protheses After Radical Orchiectomy: A Questionnaire-Based Study of Men with Germ Cell Tumors of the Testicle
Nichols, P1; Manka, M1; Haney, N2; Harris, K2; Brant, A3; Pierorazio, P2
1: Department of Urology, Mayo Clinic; 2: James Buchanan Brady Urological Institute, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine; 3: The James Buchanan Brady Foundation Department of Urology at Weill Cornell

Rural Medicare Patients Less Likely to Undergo Penile Prosthesis Implantation after Radical Cystectomy
Sadowski, D1; Scaife, S1; Tadros, N1; Blackwell, R1
1: Southern Illinois University School of Medicine

Demarcation and Analysis of Aversively-Perceived Ergenous Areas of the Body
Isaacson, D1; Durlade, E2; Escobar, D3; Gaither, T4; Topp, K5; Garcia, M6
1: Department of Urology, Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine; 2: Department of Medicine, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center; 3: Department of Urology, University of California, San Francisco; 4: Department of Urology, University of California, Los Angeles; 5: Department of Anatomy, University of California, San Francisco; 6: Division of Urology, Cedars-Sinai

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