We are currently offering a 12-month postgraduate Physician Assistant and Advanced Registered Nurse Practitioner Fellowship Program that is linked to the only Urology Residency Program in the state of Iowa.
Lower urinary tract dysfunction (LUTD) is common in both men and women, and the incidence and prevalence increases as people age. The effects of LUTD on individuals and the nation are enormous.
Bradley Erickson, MD, assistant professor of urology at the University of Iowa, was recently awarded a 2014 Data Grant from the American Urological Association (AUA). The one-year grant provides up to $50,000 for population-based, data-driven projects that fill knowledge gaps in urology.
Lower-urinary tract dysfunction is a pretty common condition, affecting millions of men and women in the United States. Yet despite its prevalence, specialists have struggled with prescribing treatment that fully satisfies their patients.