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Abstract Prizes - 2019

Basic Science

Optimization of Sonic Hedgehog Delivery to the Penis from Self-assembling Nanofiber Hydrogels to Preserve Penile Morphology after Cavernous Nerve Injury
Choe, S1; Kalmanek, E1; Harrington, D2; Stupp, S3; McVary, K4; Podlasek, C1
1: University of Illinois at Chicago; 2: UT Houston; 3: Northwestern University; 4: Loyola University

Towards MRI-based Mapping and 3D Visualization of Erectile Nerves
Kharlamov, E1; Mitrokhin, V2; Pyatnitskiy, I3; Vorontsov, O4; Aleksandrov, B5; Droupy, S6
1: University of Oslo; 2: Pirogov Russian National Research Medical University, Fundamental and Applied Physiology; 3: Research and Practical Centre of Medical Radiology, Department of Radiology Quality Improvement; 4: Siemens Healthineers Russia (freelance specialist); 5: Rostagroeport ltd, Research; 6: 1-CHU de Nîmes, Urology Andrology

Increased Level of Tumor Necrosis Factor-alpha (TNFA) Leads to Downregulation of Nitrergic Neurons Following Bilateral Cavernous Nerve Injury and TNFA Inhibition Can Enhance Penile Smooth Muscle Relaxation by Upregulating Expression of Nitrergic Neurons
Matsui, H1; Sopko, NA2; Campbell, JD2; Liu, X2; Weyne, E3; Albersen, M3; Hannan, JL4; Bivalacqua, TJ2
1: University of Tokyo; 2: James Buchanan Brady Urological Institute, The Johns Hopkins School of Medicine; 3: Department of Urology, KU Leuven; 4: Department of Physiology, The Brody School of Medicine, East Carolina University

COMP-4 Reduces Oxidative Stress Markers in the Rat Corpora Cavernosa and Media of the Penile Dorsal Artery
Nguyen, S1; Arriaga Castellanos, K1; Abraham, A1; Rajfer, J2; Ferrini, M3
1: Charles Drew University; 2: University of California, Los Angeles; 3: Charles Drew University

Clinical

Two-Arm, Prospective, Open-Label, Pilot Study of Flibanserin versus Flibanserin and Sex Therapy in Pre- and Postmenopausal Women with HSDD
Goldstein, S1; Hartzell-Cushanick, R1; Riley, C1; Kim, N2; Goldstein, I3
1: San Diego Sexual Medicine; 2: Institute for Sexual Medicine; 3: Alvarado Hospital

Microbiome of the Primary Penile Implant: A Comparison Pilot Study with Worrisome Results at the Pump Space
Henry, G1; Jani, K2; Kramer, A3
1: Ark La Tex Urology; 2: Ark La Tex Urology; 3: Chesapeake Urology

Taking Matters Into Their Own Hands: Men Seeking Pornography Addiction Advice From a Nontraditional Online Therapy Source
Vanmali, B1; Osadchiy, V2; Shahinyan, R2; Mills, J2; Eleswarapu, S2
1: George Washington University; 2: David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA

Evaluation of Bothersome/Distressing Penile Numbness with Orgasmic Dysfunction: Role of Neuro-Genital Testing to Localize the Site of Neurologic Pathology
Goldstein, I1; Goldstein, S2; Kim, C3; Blevins, J3; Komisaruk, B4
1: Alvarado Hospital; 2: San Diego Sexual Medicine; 3: Spine Institute of San Diego; 4: Rutgers University

Penile Prosthesis Insertion in the Era of Antibiotic Stewardship: Are Postoperative Antibiotics Necessary?
Dropkin, B1; Chisholm, L2; Dallmer, J2; Johnsen, N1; Milam, D1; Kaufman, M1
1: Vanderbilt University Medical Center; 2: Vanderbilt University School of Medicine

Residents Arena

Validation of a Full-Immersion Simulation Penile Prosthesis Model Using Three-dimensional Printing and Hydrogel Molding Technology
Witthaus, M1; Saba, P1; D'Amico, M2; Campbell, T1; Melnyk, R1; Ghazi, A1; Munarriz, R2
1: University of Rochester; 2: Boston University

What is the Venous Drainage of the Penis After Radical Prostatectomy? An Observational Study Using CT Cavernosography
Trussler, J1; McCullough, A1; Flacke, S1; Alnammi, M1
1: Lahey Hospital and Medical Center

Short-acting Exogenous Testosterone Appears to have a Lesser Effect on Gonadotropins Compared to Long-acting Testosterone: A Pilot Study Using Mouse Models
Chu, K1; Kulandavelu, S1; Masterson, T1; Ibrahim, E1; Arora, H1; Ramasamy, R1
1: University of Miami

Mental Health (Sexual Tipping Point/Mapedfund Award)

Head and Neck Cancer Survivors' Perceptions of Self-report Measures Used to Assess Sexuality
Rhoten, B1; Davis, A1
1: Vanderbilt University

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