Arizona Urological Society
Connecting Arizona Urologists to their Community, Colleagues and Institutions

2021 Resident Research Presentation Award Winners

University of Arizona Resident Winners
Grant Pollack, MD / Jay Zeng, MD / Jonathan Seaman, MD

Mayo Clinic Resident Winners
Kaseem Faraj, MD / Gopal Narang, MD / Kathleen Olson, MD

 

AZUS Officers from left to right: Anthony Woodruff, MD - Immediate past-pres; Christian O. Twiss, MD - Pres-elect; Mitzi Barmatz, MD - President; John G. Hansen, Jr., MD - Sec/Treasurer; Aqsa Khan, MD - Program Chair.

 

 

Education:

AZUS Mission Statement:
To provide educational activities which serve to maintain, develop or increase the knowledge and skills that a physician uses to improve upon patient care.

Target Audience:
The activities shall apply to primary care physicians as well as specialty and sub-specialty, allied health personnel, resident physicians, medical students and when appropriate office staff personnel.

Scope:
The activities shall extend to the members of the Arizona Urological Society and to urology physicians in Arizona.

Activities:
The activity will consist of one or two speakers for one or two hours of lecture, panel discussions, audience participation and PowerPoint demonstrations which take place at an evening dinner meeting.

The AZUS is a non-profit organization (501 (c) 6) composed of Urologists and Urology professionals in the state of Arizona joining together to further our mission.  Our TIN is 27-0846916

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What We Do

The Arizona Urological Society is a professional association of urologic physicians for the purpose of continuing medical education for the advancement of patient care and representation of Arizona urologist and their patients at the state and national level.

  • The AZUS provides a forum for interaction between educational speakers, physician members, and industry representatives.
  • The AZUS holds a three-day annual meeting in order for Arizona Urologists to connect with one another and share ideas.
  • The annual meeting will highlight one urological expert in the field and allow presentations from Residents and Society members. Usual format is Friday: check-in with casual evening reception. Saturday: Morning breakfast (open to industry symposia), scientific sessions and luncheon (open to industry symposia), free afternoon and evening dinner. Sunday: Morning breakfast (open to industry symposia), half-day of scientific sessions and luncheon (open to industry symposia).

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