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SMSNA 2021 Residents Arena
November 3, 2021

Join us on Wednesday, November 3 at 7:00 pm CT / 8:00 pm ET for the SMSNA 2021 Residents Arena! We will hear from the top 10 Resident Abstracts presented at the SMSNA Annual Meeting and 3 prizes of $1,000 each will be awarded to the best presentations of the evening. The audience (that's you) will help us score and judge the night's best abstract presentations!


Johanna Hannan

Johanna L. Hannan, PhD

Lawrence Jenkins

Lawrence C. Jenkins, MD, MBA

Rachel Rubin

Rachel S. Rubin, MD, IF


10 Best Abstracts submitted by Residents:

Innovative Findings Characterizing the Location and Severity of Postoperative Pain Following Inflatable Penile Prosthesis Surgery Managed With Multimodal Analgesia
Avery Braun, DO
Einstein Healthcare Network

When to Suspect Artificial Urinary Sphincter Cuff Erosion: An Analysis of Presenting Signs and Symptoms
Linley Diao, MD
UT Southwestern Medical Center

Cocultured Schwann cells rescue irradiated pelvic neuron outgrowth and increase survival
Joshua Randolph, MD
Mayo Clinic School of GME Jacksonville

Artificial Urinary Sphincter Reverses Weight Gain Associated with Post-Prostatectomy Incontinence
Raj Bhanvadia, MD
UT Southwestern Medical Center

Drain volume output following IPP implantation: an analysis by surgical approach
Michael Tonzi, MD
University of Tennessee College of Medicine at Chattanooga

Cost analysis of online telehealth platforms offering testosterone therapy
Erin Jesse, MD
University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center

Impact of Health Literacy on Satisfaction Following Inflatable Penile Prosthesis Surgery
Rohan G. Bhalla, MD
Vanderbilt University Medical Center

The Urethral Microbiome During Inflatable Penile Prosthesis Placement
John M. Williams, MD, MS
Ochsner Clinic Foundation

Decreasing Intraoperative Narcotic Use: Pudendal Nerve Block Prior to Inflatable Penile Prosthesis Implantation
Jeunice Owens-Walton, MD
Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University

Does revision without replacement increase infection risk in urologic prosthetics?
Scott P. Campbell, MD
Duke University Medical Center 

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