For over a century, the Brady Urological Institute has been at the forefront of medical and scientific discovery in Urology and Oncology, answering some of the most complex questions, solving critical challenges, and setting the standards for clinical and surgical care worldwide.
Thursday, June 22, 2023 · 4–5 p.m., ETHereditary Prostate Cancer: Knowledge for the Next Generation
Does prostate cancer run in your family? This June, celebrate Father's Day by inviting the men in your family and those who love them to join world-renowned urologic surgeons, Drs. Patrick Walsh and Mohamad Allaf, for an in-depth discussion on hereditary prostate cancer. Learn more about inherited risk factors, when to start PSA and genetic testing, the latest treatment options, and how philanthropy is advancing how we care for patients. Every generation can benefit from increased awareness and education!
Living with Genitourinary Cancer and Navigating Recovery
Presented on March 30, 2023, our experts explained the latest therapies, surgical options, and advances in care that can help address issues during and after cancer treatment.
A New Era of the Brady
Presented on November 3, 2022, Dr. Mohamad Allaf, newly appointed Director of the Brady Urological Institute, shares his vision for the Brady and how our department will continue to lead the field.
Minimally Invasive and Robotic Surgery: Innovative Advances for the Surgical Treatment of Urologic Disease
Urologists Dr. Mohamad Allaf, Dr. Misop Han and Dr. Charlotte Wu discuss innovations in surgical treatment for urologic disease on May 19, 2022.
A New Era in Stone Disease Research and Care: The Gerald D. and Helen M. Stephens Center for Stone Disease
On Thursday, March 3, 2022, Dr. Brian Matlaga presented on stone disease research and care taking place at the Gerald D. and Helen M. Stephens Center for Stone Disease.
Shadow a Mock Tumor Board: Learn how multidisciplinary teams work together to make complex, patient-centered care decisions
Recorded on December 2, 2021 this webinar offers a look into how faculty work together to review complex cases and develop personalized care plans with our patients.
Is Prostate Cancer Hereditary? Lessons learned from the bench to the bedside, and back again.
Patrick Walsh, M.D. and Christian Pavlovich, M.D. discuss hereditary prostate cancer on September 23, 2021 as part of Urology Speaks.
"Don't Laugh Too Hard": Updates in Women’s Urology
On Thursday, June 10, 2021, Dr. Clifton discussed the incidence, natural history, evaluation, and contemporary treatments of stress urinary incontinence. She explored innovations within the field of urinary incontinence and answer some commonly asked questions.
Cancer Survivorship: Opportunities of Reconstructive Urology
On Thursday, March 18, 2021, Dr. Andrew Cohen discussed opportunities of reconstructive urology such as novel prosthetic devices, tissue engineering techniques and robotic platforms designed to accelerate complete recovery, as well as scientific discovery for cancer survivorship.
1,000 Exstrophies: Lessons Learned for Families and Physicians
In his presentation on Thursday, January 21, 2021, Dr. John Gearhart described the clinical and surgical advances he has learned along the way from his patients, their families and colleagues, and discussed the future of the field.
Prostate Cancer in the Black Community
On Thursday, November 19, 2020, Drs. Faisal and Fletcher summarized what we know about tumor biology and socioeconomic factors that likely contribute to this major health disparity. They also presented research to further understand the reasons for this disparity.
Ecology Meets Cancer Biology
On Thursday, September 24, 2020, Dr. Amend presented background information on the Keystone Cancer Cell, and reviewed our current efforts to design treatment strategies that target the unique vulnerabilities of these cells, a theory called evolutionary double bind.