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Curriculum Vitae

EDUCATION

 

08/92 – 05/96           Baylor University

Waco, Texas

B.A., Biology, 1996, summa cum laude

 

08/96 – 05/00           University of Texas Health Science Center – San Antonio

San Antonio, Texas

M.D., 2000

 

8/10 – 6/13               University of Washington

Seattle, Washington

MS, Public Health – Epidemiology, 2013

 

POSTGRADUATE TRAINING

 

07/00 – 06-01           Internship, Department of Surgery

Loyola University Medical Center

Maywood, Illinois

 

07/01 – 06/05           Resident, Department of Urology

Loyola University Medical Center

Maywood, Illinois

 

07/05 – 06/06           Chief Resident, Department of Urology

Loyola University Medical Center

Maywood, Illinois

 

08/06 – 07/07           Fellowship, Clinical Urology

Department of Urology

The Royal Melbourne Hospital

Melbourne, Australia

 

07/07 – 07/08           Fellowship, Reconstructive Urology and Genitourinary Trauma

Department of Urology

University of California – San Francisco Medical Center

San Francisco, California

 

HONORS

 

Baylor University

08/94                         Mortar Board Honor Society

08/94                         P.S. Darwin Pre-Medical Scholarship (Merit Based)

08/95                         Chester A. Arthur Pre-Medical Scholarship (Merit Based)

05/96                         Phi Beta Kappa Collegiate Honor Society

05/96                         Outstanding Senior in Biology

 

University of Texas Health Science Center – San Antonio Medical School

08/99                         Alpha Omega Alpha Medical Honor Society

 

Loyola University Medical Center

01/04                         Charles B. Huggins Resident Essay Contest, Chicago Urologic Society, Second Place – Clinical Division

01/06                         International Volunteers in Urology Traveling Resident Scholarship, Sadbhavna Charitable Hospital, Mahuva, India

 

University of Washington

10/09                         Poster of Exceptional Merit – Evaluation of sources of renal injury in motor vehicle collisions from the National Accident Sampling System Database, Annual meeting, American College of Surgeons

04/09                         Harborview Surgical Specialty Clinics Clinical Spotlight Award – Recognition from patients for excellent clinical care/compassion

05/10                         Harborview Surgical Specialty Clinics Clinical Spotlight Award – Recognition from patients for excellent clinical care/compassion

11/10                         2nd Place Poster, Kidney and Laparoscopy Session, Delayed Complication Rate for Conservative Management of Grade 3 Renal Lacerations, Western Section AUA Meeting

05/11                         Best Poster, Trauma and Reconstruction Session – Annual Meeting American Urological Association, Outcomes of endoscopic realignment of posterior urethral injuries at a level one trauma center. Annual Meeting AUA, May 14, 2011, moderated poster presentation (Washington DC).

02/12                         Surgical Specialty Clinics Clinical Spotlight Award – Recognition from patients for excellent clinical care/compassion

01/14                         Patient Reported Assessment In Satisfaction and Excellence (PRAISE) Award (July – December 2013) – Biannual assessment of UWMC physicians ranking above 80th percentile in excellent communication as assessed by patients. 19 physicians at Harborview met this benchmark.

05/15                         Best Poster, Trauma/Reconstruction: Ureter, Bladder, External Genitalia and Urotrauma I – Readmission after treatment of grade 3 and 4 renal injuries at a level 1 trauma center: statewide assessment of the comprehensive hospital abstract reporting system. Annual Meeting AUA, May 15, 2015, moderated poster presentation (New Orleans, LA).

07/15                         Patient Reported Assessment In Satisfaction and Excellence (PRAISE) Award (January – June 2015) – Biannual assessment of UWMC physicians ranking above 80th percentile in excellent communication as assessed by patients. 14 physicians at Harborview met this benchmark

12/15                         Patient Reported Assessment In Satisfaction and Excellence (PRAISE) Award (July – December 2015) – Biannual assessment of UWMC physicians ranking above 80th percentile in excellent communication as assessed by patients.

6/16                           Patient Reported Assessment In Satisfaction and Excellence (PRAISE) Award (January – June 2016) – Biannual assessment of UWMC physicians ranking above 80th percentile in excellent communication as assessed by patients.

5/17                           Best Video, Reconstruction: Lower Tract (I) – Radial forearm free flap substitution urethroplasty for the treatment of a long urethral defect. Annual AUA Meeting, May 12, 2017, video session (Boston, MA).

5/17                           Best Poster, Moderated Poster Session, Urodynamics/Lower Urinary Tract Dysfunction Pelvic Medicine: Male Incontinence Therapy – Multicenter analysis of artificial urinary sphincter outcomes in patients after both radical prostatectomy and anastomotic urethroplasty. Annual AUA Meeting, May 12, 2017, video session (Boston, MA).

2016-17                     Colonel N. Wettlaufer Resident Educator of the Year (Madigan Army Medical Center Urology Department)

2018                           Nomination, University of Washington Distinguished Teaching

Award, School of Medicine (one of sixteen nominees in UW School of Medicine)

 

PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS

 

American Urological Association, 2001 – present

American College of Surgeons, 2006 – present

American Urological Association – Western Section, 2008 – present

Society of Genitourinary Reconstructive Surgeons, 2009 – present

Northwest Urologic Society, 2009 – present

Trauma and Urologic Reconstruction Network of Surgeons, 2010 – present

Fellow, American College of Surgeons, 2013 – present