Chief Resident’s Debate, NY Academy of Medicine
Resident’s Essay Meeting/Valentine Medalist Dinner
(12:30 pm BOD meeting)
Annual Meeting – Dr. Badillo to become President
Board of Director meeting, 6:30 pm @ The Friar’s Club
Board of Director meeting, 6:30 pm, NY Academy of Medicine
THE NEW YORK SECTION, AUA, INC.
THE RESIDENTS’ DEBATE MEETING
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 4TH , 2015
ELIZABETH KAVALER, M.D.
New York Urology Associates
New York, NY
THOMAS W. JARRETT, M.D.
The George Washington Univ. School of Med.
GEORGE F. OWENS, M.D., President IVAN GRUNBERGER, M.D., Secretary
JEFFREY P. WEISS, M.D., CHAIRMAN SOVRIN M. SHAH, M.D., SECRETARY
Ferdinand C. Valentine Medal & Resident Essay Meeting
Wednesday, April 8th, 2015
9:30 a.m. Registration & Breakfast
10:30 a.m. Presentations Begin
5:30 p.m. Reception
6:15 p.m. Valentine Medal Lecture
Ferdinand C. Valentine Medalists:
Jerry G. Blaivas, M.D.
William C. de Groat, M.D
John Phillips, M.D. – Valentine Essay Chairman
Danil Makarov, M.D. – Valentine Essay Chairman
Jaime Landman, M.D.
Edward Uchio, M.D.
University of California, Irvine – Orange, CA
Jeffrey Cadeddu, M.D.
UT Southwestern Medical Center – Dallas, TX
Reservations must be made prior to March 1st, 2015. The cost is $100.00 per person. No refunds will be made after March 1st. Please make checks payable to NYSAUA, mail checks to The New York Section, AUA, 4100 Duff Place (Lower Level), Seaford, NY 11783. For more information please call 516-520-1226. I strongly encourage registration via e-mail at Michelelij@aol.com .
AUA Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA
(Dr. Weiss to become President)
Dear Friends and Colleagues:
I invite you to join us in the historical city of Lisbon, Portugal for the 113th Annual Meeting of the New York Section of the AUA to be held September 6-12, 2015. Lisbon is a beautiful capital city, situated over seven hills overlooking the Tagus River. Its hilly topography is similar to San Francisco, makes for beautiful vistas of the city and surrounding water. Lisbon has a fascinating history. It was occupied by the Moors for several centuries and much of the architectural style and culture is derived from that time. The Christian Crusaders under the command of Alfonso I captured the city in 1147 and drove the Moors out. In the 15 and 16th century, Portugal was known as the country of explorers. Henry the Navigator and Vasco DaGama developed the spice trade to India. Lisbon was the center of a great empire during this time and many of the monuments and historical sites are dedicated to this period…