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Surgery Simulation Program takes first in Falling Walls Competition

Ahmed Ghazi, an assistant professor of urology, has been awarded first place at the Falling Walls Lab Finale in Berlin, Germany. His presentation described the work of the urology department’s Simulation Innovation Lab and its innovative approach to building patient-specific replicas of anatomy that allow surgeons to practice complex case prior to the actual surgery.

Congratulations to the Teaching Award Recipients

Congratulations to the faculty and graduate student recipients of the Curtis, Riker, and Lifetime Achievement Awards in honor of their excellence in teaching.

Congratulations to University Research Award Recipients

Originally called Provost’s Multidisciplinary Awards, the University Research Awards (URA) provide "seed" grants for promising, high-risk projects. Effective this upcoming academic year, the fund has been increased from $500,000 annually to $1 million. Congratulations to the 2018-2019 recipients.