The Greenberg Bladder Cancer Institute granted three awards in 2017.
Sexual Function Outcomes and Sexual Dysfunction in Women with Bladder Cancer: a Mixed-Methods Analysis of Patient-Reported Outcomes after Radical Cystectomy for Urothelial Bladder Cancer
|Sima Porten, MD|
Department of Urology
University of California, San Francisco
Sumeet Bhanvadia, MD
Institute of Urology
USC Keck School of Medicine
Dr. Bhandavia (USC) and Dr. Porten (UCSF) will investigate the extent of sexual dysfunction experienced by women after radical cystectomy, and its impact on them and their partners. This will be a multi-site, mixed methods study, that seeks to understand this important domain of quality of life in an in-depth way, with the goal of improving survivorship for women with bladder cancer.
Nuclear receptor-activated transcriptomic signatures in human urothelium for the deconvolution of tumour transcriptomes.
Simon Baker, PhD, & Jenny Southgate, PhD
Department of Biology
University of York, UK
Understanding Sexual Dysfunction in Women with Bladder Cancer Undergoing Radical Cystectomy
|Natasha Gupta, MD|
Brady Urological Institute
Johns Hopkins School of Medicine
The chromatin landscape of male and female urothelial cells
|Professor Margaret Knowles|
Leeds Institute of Cancer and Pathology
St. James University Hospital, Leeds, UK