Abstracts publications are a compilation of investigations for medical professionals made by the Cleveland Clinic's Glickman Urological and Kidney Institute physicians, research scientists and other distinguished colleagues.
Clinical and basic urology research at the Cleveland Clinic Glickman Urological and Kidney Institute is carried out by our professional staff of 63 physicians and scientists, who offer expertise in every urologic subspecialty area. They contributed 206 scientific publications to peer-reviewed medical journals in 2007, and they are currently conducting 106 prospective clinical research studies and 29 laboratory research projects.
2010 Urology Research Abstracts
This compilation features abstracts within these subjects:
- Prostate Cancer
- Prostate Benign Disease
- Kidney Cancer
- Kidney & Pancreas Transplant
- Female Urology/Voiding Dysfunction
- Male Voiding Dysfunction
- Bladder Cancer
- Reconstructive Surgery
- Basic Science
- History of Urology
Glickman Urological & Kidney Institute’s publication Research Notes is intended to provide an overview of important efforts in our institute that leverage our clinical, translational, health services and basic science research toward the improvement of patients’ lives.
In part because of the groundbreaking research initiatives currently being conducted at Cleveland Clinic, both urology and nephrology specialties were recognized by U.S. News & World Report as 2nd in the country.
We look forward to bringing you more reports in the near future about our exciting work.
Previous Issues of Research Notes
The Novick Center for Clinical and Translational Research supports the research efforts of all members of the Glickman Urological & Kidney Institute. Headed by Daniel Shoskes, MD, and Sankar Navaneethan, MD, the center has 30 full-time employees, including a research manager, research nurses, study coordinators, database managers and IT support personnel.
The center manages a number of clinical trials and 15 disease-specific databases that serve as a source for clinical projects and outcomes reporting. Biostatistical support is provided through the Department of Quantitative Health Sciences, led by Michael Kattan, PhD, and center personnel frequently collaborate with scientists in Cleveland Clinic’s Lerner Research Institute.
Glickman Urological & Kidney Institute works in close collaboration with Cleveland Clinic Lerner Research Institute to offer clinical trials and the latest research outcomes. Learn more about our recent research and outcomes: