JUNE 2017: New Associate Chair for Clinical & Translational Research at VCU Department of Surgery
Join us in congratulating Adam Klausner, MD, Associate Professor, VCU School of Medicine, to the leadership position of Associate Chair for Clinical & Translational Research at the Department of Surgery.
Dr. Klausner is also the Director of Neurourology, Female Urology and Voiding Dysfunction at VCU Health, and holds additional appointments with VCU Obstetrics & Gynecology at McGuire VA Medical Center and UVA Medical Center.
Dr. Edmondson joined the Division on October 10, 2016 as a pediatric urologist. A Richmond native, Dr. Edmondson attended James Madison University and Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine. He trained in Urology at MCV Hospitals before completing his post-graduate training at Monash University in Australia and a Pediatric Urology Fellowship at Northwestern University in Chicago.
Dr. Edmondson’s clinical interests are reconstruction of genitourinary anomalies, hypospadias and ambiguous genitalia, spina bifida, undescended testes and vesicoureteral reflux. Among his research interests are hypospadias and ambiguous genitalia.
NEW FACULTY ANNOUNCMENT: June, 2016
Please join us in welcoming C.D. Anthony Herndon, MD, Pediatric Urologist at Children's Hospital of Richmond at VCU. Dr. Herndon comes to us from UVA School of Medicine and is board certified in Urology and Pediatric Urology.
His specialities include: continent urinary reconstruction, hypospadias/ambiguous genitalia, prenatal hydronephrosis, robotic surgery, undescended testes, vesicoureteral reflux, and spina bifada.
VCU Urology & IVUmed: “Teach One, Reach Many in Vietnam”
For the past several years, Dr. Lance Hampton and a urology resident has traveled to Hue, Vietnam to volunteer their time and training as part of IVUmed's “Teach One, Reach Many” campaign. This year, Dr. Tyler Roseman will be traveling to Vietnam along with chief resident, Dr. MaryEllen Pace. We encourage you support this year's surgical team by visiting IVUmed's website.
Our volunteers donate their time and travel costs to provide life-changing surgical training. We are asking you to join our campaign to fund surgeries, purchase supplies, increase scholarships and provide the support necessary to realize the vision of a world where everyone has access to the urological surgical care they need.
Researchers receive $1.7 million grant to improve diagnosis, treatment of overactive bladder
“This will hopefully lead to more targeted therapies and improved outcomes for new medications that are used in the treatment of overactive bladder,” said Adam Klausner, M.D., an associate professor and the Warren Koontz Professor of Urologic Research in the Division of Urology, Department of Surgery, VCU School of Medicine.