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Diabetes and Diabetic Uropathy Symposium
The Diabetes and Diabetic Uropathy Symposium, hosted by the AUA, Duke Division of Urology, the American Diabetes Association, the Society of Urodynamic, Female Pelvic Medicine & Urogenital Reconstruction (SUFU), and the Society for Pelvic Research (SPR) will be held on October 8-9, 2017. Held at AUA Headquarters in Linthicum, MD, this two-day meeting will bring together multidisciplinary diabetes researchers with the goal of advancing research in diabetes and diabetic uropathy. Basic science, translational and clinical researchers interested in diabetes in general are encouraged to attend, as well as those with an emphasis on diabetes-associated lower urinary tract dysfunction. 11.75 CME Credits will be available for this meeting. Early bird registration rates end August 25, 2017. More information and the symposium agenda can be found online at:

Travel Awards for Early-Career Investigators
Thanks to an NIH R13 grant, we are able to offer TRAVEL AWARDS to Early-Career Investigators.

The AUA and Duke Urology are offering travel funds to subsidize a portion of meeting registration, travel and lodging costs associated with attendance to the 2017 Diabetes and Diabetic Uropathy Conference on October 8-9, 2017 at AUA Headquarters in Linthicum, MD. Applications are now being accepted. The applicant must be a student, trainee or early-career investigator within ten (10) years of completing training.

Travel award recipients will receive travel support up to $1,000 per person, to cover the costs to attend the meeting, including economy airfare, parking, ground transportation, meeting registration, and lodging. Duke Urology will manage the travel booking for all awardees, and awardees must follow Duke's official travel guidelines.

All travel awardees will be expected to present a poster of their work during a poster session during the meeting.  The application deadline is Wednesday, September 13, 2017.

The application form is available online:

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