Continuing Medical Education

The department hosts two activities annually which give medical professionals the opportunity to further their knowledge in the field of urology. Both activities award American Medical Association Physician Recognition Award (PRA) Category 1 credits through the UI Carver College of Medicine. The Flocks Visiting Professorship is held each spring.  A distinguished urologist presents several lectures focusing on a specialty area of urology. Urology residents are also selected to present their current research studies. The Department also hosts the Iowa Urological Society conference each fall in Iowa City. Distinguished lecturers, faculty and residents present various topics of interest to urologists and allied health care professionals. 

Mark your calendars and plan to join us for our 2017 CME conferences! Details will be available in the coming months. Questions? Contact Ava Rutter: or phone 319-467-5074. We look forward to seeing you!

2017 Flocks Visiting Professor
June 23-24

Roger R. Dmochowski, MD, MMHC, FACS, will serve as the 2017 Flocks Visiting Professor. Dr. Dmochowski is a Professor at the Department of Urology at Vanderbilt University in Nashville. He is Director of the Section of Female Pelvic Medicine and supervisor of the Fellowship in Pelvic Medicine. He has published more than 285 articles, 100 book chapters and 400 abstracts. He is the Editor-in-Chief of Neurourology and Urodynamics. His current research interests include outcomes of incontinence therapies with a particular emphasis on quality of life issues.


2017 Iowa Urological Society
August 25-26

Mohit Khera, MD, MBA, MPH, will serve as the David A. Culp Speaker at the Iowa Urological Society annual meeting. Dr. Khera, Associate Professor, is the Director of the Laboratory for Andrology Research at McNair Medical Institute, Baylor College of Medicine. Dr. Khera specializes in male infertility, male and female sexual dysfunction, and declining testosterone levels in aging men. Dr. Khera’s research focuses on the efficacy of botulinum toxin type A in treating Peyronie’s disease as well as genetic and epigenetic studies on post-finasteride syndrome patients and testosterone replacement therapy.


We also welcome Kathleen Hwang, MD, as Special Guest Speaker. Dr. Hwang is Assistant Professor of Surgery (Urology) and Pathology & Laboratory Medicine, and Director of the Male Reproductive Medicine and Surgery Fellowship at Brown University. She is a member of the urology staff at Rhode Island Hospital, The Miriam Hospital and the Providence VA Medical Center. Dr. Hwang’s clinical and research interests focus on male infertility and sexual function. She is currently pursuing a particular investigation of ghrelin to minimize postoperative adhesions and aid wound healing, which could ultimately lead to higher fertility rates after vasectomy reversal.


If you would like to become a member of the Iowa Urological Society, please download the membership application and instructions: PDF iconIUS_membership_application.pdf.

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