CAMC urology residents win first and second place at state meeting - Archived
CAMC Urology Residents Kellen Choi (PGY2) and Nathan Hale (PGY3) won top honors at the West Virginia MSOPTI Annual Meeting. Choi won first place for her research entitled "Positive surgcal margin after radical prostatectomy: Effect on oncologic outcomes.” Hale was awarded second place for his poster: "Effect of pre-operative nutritional status on mortality after radical cystectomy for bladder cancer." Both projects represent research currently being coordinated by CAMC urology cancer surgeon Sam Deem, DO
The poster competition included entries from residents in a variety of medical specialties throughout the state of West Virginia.