Emory Urology eNews - Fall 2018

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Emory Urology eNews - Fall 2018
Retirement of Dr. Peter Nieh

Having dedicated 40 years of service to the field of Urology, 15 of which were dedicated to Emory University, Dr. Peter Nieh retired earlier this year. Dr. Nieh trained at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston, MA. He started his academic career at the University of Connecticut and became the residency program director there.

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Welcoming Abigail Irvine, MA as Department Administrator

Our team is excited to announce that Abby Irvine, MA, has joined our team as the new Department Administrator for the Emory Department of Urology. Abby will be responsible for administrative leadership of Emory Urology academic activities and clinical operations.

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Urology Resident Graduation

Resident graduation was held on June 22, 2018 at Piedmont Park’s Magnolia Hall here in Atlanta, Georgia. View the link below to view the list of awards and recognitions from the ceremony.

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American Urological Association 2018 Meeting

In May, the annual American Urological Association meeting was held in San Francisco, California. Emory Urology had a great showing with a total of 16 poster presentations, nine podium presentations, and 10 faculty courses, moderated sessions, and plenary sessions. One of the highlights of the meeting was resident Dr. Jeffrey Pearl’s participation in the residents’ debate in which he represented Emory Urology extremely well. Emory Urology also held an alumni event, while in San Francisco, that was well attended. Our department generates some of the most highly sought-after urologists in the nation, and it was an honor to fellowship and celebrate the accomplishments of Emory Urology at the event.

2018 Thank You

2018 has been a wonderful year full of notable events and accomplishments. We continue to enjoy a strong affiliation with Emory’s Winship Cancer Institute and see great value in the collaborative research and clinical opportunities this partnership generates. None of the work we have done, and vow to continue to do, would we possible without the generous support of our donors. We are sincerely grateful for your continued confidence in the lifesaving work that we do. 

On behalf of our faculty, staff, students, and patients, we hope you have a happy and healthy new year. Again, thank you for your continued support!

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