Physician-scientists from DCI Center for Prostate & Urologic Cancers recently presented data at the 2019 European Association of Urology (EAU) Congress held in Barcelona, Spain, from March 15 -19.
Held annually, over 10,000 colleagues throughout the world gather for the scientific retreat to share groundbreaking research in genitourinary malignancies. Over the course of the five-day conference, attendees engaged in educational sessions, keynote lectures, oral abstract presentations and courses highlighting the latest, breakthrough science in prostate and urologic diseases.
Join us in congratulating Gregory Barton, MD, urology resident at Duke University Hospital, for winning best poster in his session. Barton presented on SYMPHONY, a gold nanoparticle-based photothermal immunotherapy for bladder cancer study.
1. Andrew Armstrong, MD: Presented on the PREVAIL Study and ARCHES Study.
2. Brant Inman, MD: Led a case-based debate on systemic treatment for a21-cm PET avid lung nodule, one year after cystectomy. Click here for a review from UroToday.