Indian urologists to hold first educational session concurrent with AUA meeting

April 8, 2005

The Indian American Urological Association (IAUA) said it will hold its educational program under the auspices of AUA for the first time next month. The program is scheduled for May 21 at the Marriott Riverwalk, San Antonio, TX.

The Indian American Urological Association (IAUA) said it will hold its educational program under the auspices of AUA for the first time next month. The program is scheduled for May 21 at the Marriott Riverwalk, San Antonio, TX.

The IAUA, which has held informal gatherings during the AUA annual meeting over the course of its 29-year existence, has more than 500 members and is now one of the largest subgroups of AUA.

Organized by Ajay Nehra, MD, of the Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN, the program will feature nationally recognized speakers who will cover a wide range of topics, including robotic and laparoscopic techniques, minimally invasive approaches to pelvic organ prolapse, and pharmaceutical advances in the treatment of overactive bladder and erectile dysfunction.

The meeting is open to all urologists attending the AUA annual meeting.