It is our philosophy that resident education must include some participation in urologic research. In regard to this philosophy, although not protected time, all residents are required to participate in research and produce at least one abstract and/or publication prior to graduation.
Bladder and Bowel Function in Patients with Anorectal Malformations, $20,000, 2009-present.
Effect of Novel Paxillin Modulators for the Treatment of Prostate Cancer. February, 2015. $100,000/1 year. iRISE
Effect of Novel Paxillin Modulators for the Treatment of Prostate Cancer. February, 2015. $1,250,000/5 years. NCI. R01
Clinical Predictors of Benign Histology in Small Renal Tumors
Avoiding Foley Catheter Trauma
Muscle Invasive Bladder Cancer Database
Follow-up Study of Inpatient PSA Testing After New Guidelines
Factors Affecting Ureteral Stent Symptoms Questionnaire
Comparison of Upper Tract PCC
Factors Contributing to Decisional Regret and Quality of Life in Men Undergoing Treatment for Localized Prostate Cancer
Pediatric Urolithiasis: Risk Factors and Treatment
Self-Esteem and Feelings of Loss and Shame in Adolescents with Testicular Loss due to Testicular Torsion
Retrospective Review of Pathologic and Radiographic Sequelae of Deflux Sequelae
The Socio-Economics of Circumcision in Neonates. Does Insurance Status Affect the Occurrence of Circumcision in Neonates?
Risk Factors for Hypospadias: A Single-Institution Assessment
Evaluation and Management of Blunt Renal Trauma
Survey of Parent Perceptions and Primary Care Referral Patterns for Voiding Dysfunction
Health Disparities in Pediatric Surgical Outcomes: A Local and National Evaluation
Long Term Urological Complications from the Development of Hemorrhagic Cystitis in Pediatric Patients with Catastrophic Diseases
Risk Factors for No-Shows in the Pediatric Urology Clinic
Parental Perceptions of Urological Imaging
Assessment of Stretched Penile Length Before and After Hypospadias Repair
Hospital Transfer for Testicular Torsion
Longitudinal Pediatric Urologic Patient Outcome Database
Department of Urology
910 Madison Avenue
Memphis, TN 38163
Robert W. Wake, M.D.
A division of the College of Medicine