26th Annual Innovations in Urologic Practice

September 16-18, 2022
La Posada de Santa Fe, Santa Fe, New Mexico

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The 26th Annual Innovations in Urologic Practice conference will provide a detailed review and commentary on multiple genitourinary and urologic diseases. Among the featured oncological topics are a description of bladder cancer and immunotherapies, as well as upper tract cancer and prostate cancer management, including state-of-the-art imaging, focal therapy, and MRI. Experts will also discuss new tools and techniques for nephrectomy and treating advanced renal cell carcinoma. In terms of general urological approaches, conference sessions will educate attendees on pelvic reconstruction and trauma, men’s health topics like male infertility and sexual dysfunction, and ways to diagnose and treat infections in the urology patient.

Co-Chair

Mohit Khera, MD, MBA, MPH

Mohit Khera, MD, MBA, MPH

Professor and F. Brantley Scott Chair Scott Department of Urology
Baylor College of Medicine
Houston, Texas

Co-Chair

Michael Coburn, MD, FACS

Michael Coburn, MD, FACS

Professor and Russell and Mary Hugh Scott Chair in Urology
Baylor College of Medicine
Houston, Texas

Agenda

TimeCourse TitleSpeaker(s)
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 2022 (ALL TIMES MDT)
12:30pm–12:40pmOpening RemarksMohit Khera, MD, MBA, MPH
12:40pm–2:40pmSession 1: Bladder CancerModerator: Jennifer M. Taylor, MD, MPH
12:40pm–1:00pmBladder Sparing Tri-Modal Therapy UpdatesDaniel A. Hamstra, MD, PhD
1:00pm–1:15pmBetter Prediction and Monitoring with New MarkersA. Edward Yen, MD
1:15pm–1:35pmRisk-Adapted TURBTSeth P. Lerner, MD
1:35pm–1:50pmPanel Discussion / Q&ADaniel A. Hamstra, MD, PhDSeth P. Lerner, MDA. Edward Yen, MD
1:50pm–2:05pmNew Imaging Applications for Bladder Cancer StagingGary L. Horn, Jr., MD
2:05pm–2:30pmChallenging Cases: Tumor Board FormatLed by Jennifer M. Taylor, MD, MPH, and Guilherme Godoy, MD, MSDaniel A. Hamstra, MD, PhDGary L. Horn, Jr., MDSeth P. Lerner, MDA. Edward Yen, MD
2:30pm–2:40pmPanel Discussion / Q&AJennifer M. Taylor, MD, MPHGuilherme Godoy, MD, MSDaniel A. Hamstra, MD, PhDGary L. Horn, Jr., MDSeth P. Lerner, MDA. Edward Yen, MD
2:40pm–3:00pmBreak & Visit Exhibits
3:00pm–5:00pmSession 2: Reconstruction and TraumaModerator: Shyam S. Sukumar, MD
3:00pm–3:20pmEvidence-Based Management of Balanitis Xerotica Obliterans (BXO or Lichen Sclerosus) and Anterior Urethral StricturesShyam S. Sukumar, MD
3:20pm–3:40pmContemporary Management of Bladder Neck Contractures and Posterior Urethral StenosisShyam S. Sukumar, MD
3:40pm–3:50pmQ&AShyam S. Sukumar, MD
3:50pm–4:10pmCan Fournier's Be Your Friend? Advanced Repair Techniques for Soft Tissue DestructionMaxx A. Gallegos, MD
4:10pm–4:30pmBigger Is Not Always Better: Surgical Management of Genital/Perineal LymphedemaMaxx A. Gallegos, MD
4:30pm–4:50pmNew Innovations in Urologic Renal Transplant SurgeryMichael S. Davis, MD
4:50pm–5:00pmPanel Discussion / Q&AShyam S. Sukumar, MDMichael Coburn, MD, FACSMichael S. Davis, MDMaxx A. Gallegos, MD
5:00pm–6:00pmWelcome Reception – Exhibit Hall
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 2022 (ALL TIMES MDT)
7:00am–8:00amIndustry-supported Product Theater Breakfast“Exploring Clinical Evidence of a Treatment Option for Metastatic Castration-Sensitive Prostate Cancer”Edward M. Uchio, MD
8:00am–10:00amSession 3: Prostate CancerModerators: Jeffrey A. Jones, MD & Guilherme Godoy, MD, MS
8:00am–8:05amIntroductionJeffrey A. Jones, MD
8:05am–8:25amProstate Biopsy Considerations – Transrectal vs. PerinealJeffrey A. Jones, MDGuilherme Godoy, MD, MS
8:25am–8:45amImaging Modalities for Prostate CancerGary L. Horn, Jr., MD
8:45am–9:05amUpdate of PCa Staging and Implications for TherapyDov Kadmon, MD
9:05am–9:25amRadiation Therapy Arm Results of STAMPEDE – Implications for Primary and Adjuvant XRT in PCaDaniel A. Hamstra, MD, PhD
9:25am–9:45amOligometastatic PCa Options for Management; Will Clinical Trials Answer the Questions?Arpit Rao, MD
9:45am–10:00amProstate Cancer Challenging Cases: Panel DiscussionJeffrey A. Jones, MDGuilherme Godoy, MD, MSDaniel A. Hamstra, MD, PhDGary L. Horn, Jr., MDDov Kadmon, MDArpit Rao, MD
10:00am–10:20amBreak & Visit Exhibits
10:20am–12:00pmSession 4: Men’s Health, Andrology, and InfertilityModerator: Mohit Khera, MD, MBA, MPH
10:20am–10:40amUpdate on 2021 and 2022 AUA Priapism GuidelinesMohit Khera, MD, MBA, MPH
10:40am–11:00amRestorative Therapies for Erectile Dysfunction and Peyronie’s Disease: What’s the Truth?Brian S. Christine, MD
11:00am–11:10amPanel Discussion / Q&AMohit Khera, MD, MBA, MPHBrian S. Christine, MDNeel Srikishen, MD
11:10am–11:30amEpigenetic Testing for Male Fertility ManagementLarry I. Lipshultz, MD
11:30am–11:50amInnovations in Male Infertility: From Bench to BedsideLarry I. Lipshultz, MD
11:00am–12:00pmQ&ALarry I. Lipshultz, MD
12:00pmAdjournment
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 2022 (ALL TIMES MDT)
8:00am–8:50amSession 5: Voiding DysfunctionModerator: Christopher P. Smith, MD, MBA, MSS
8:00am–8:20amManagement of OAB Patient: Insights from 20 Year Clinical ExperienceChristopher P. Smith, MD, MBA, MSS
8:20am–8:40amNot all Urologic Pelvic Pain is the Same: Distinguishing Between Phenotypes of Perceived Bladder PainRotimi Nettey, MD, MHS
8:40am–8:50amPanel Discussion / Q&AChristopher P. Smith, MD, MBA, MSSRotimi Nettey, MD, MHS
8:50am–9:10amBreak & Visit Exhibits
9:10am–10:50amSession 6: Renal and AdrenalModerator: Richard E. Link, MD, PhD
9:10am–9:40amPanel Discussion: Contemporary Stone Management – Cases and ConundrumsRichard E. Link, MD, PhDJustin Badal, MDWesley A. Mayer, MD
9:40am–10:00amRenal Mass Biopsy: Not Always the Panacea We Wish It WasRichard E. Link, MD, PhD
10:00am–10:20amManagement of Renal Trauma – An Evidence-Based ApproachMichael Coburn, MD, FACS
10:20am–10:40amEmerging Technologies in Stone ManagementJustin Badal, MD
10:40am–10:50amPanel Discussion / Q&AMichael Coburn, MD, FACSRichard E. Link, MD, PhDWesley A. Mayer, MD
10:50am–12:00pmSession 7: Professional Urologic Development / EducationModerator: Jennifer M. Taylor, MD, MPH
10:50am–11:00amResident Training: Can We Be Too Hard?Wesley A. Mayer, MD
11:00am–11:10amResident Training: Can We Be Too Soft?Marisa M. Clifton MD, FACS, FPMRS
11:10am–11:30amIntergenerational Changes in Learning and Teaching StylesJennifer M. Taylor, MD, MPH
11:30am–11:50amGender Bias in the Operating Room EnvironmentFrances Alba, MD
11:50am–12:00pmPanel Discussion / Q&AJennifer M. Taylor, MD, MPHFrances Alba, MDMarisa M. Clifton MD, FACS, FPMRSWesley A. Mayer, MD
12:00pm–12:10pmClosing RemarksMohit Khera, MD, MBA, MPH
12:10pmAdjournment

Accommodations

La Posada de Santa Fe, a Tribute Portfolio Resort & Spa
330 East Palace Avenue
Santa Fe, New Mexico 87501

Set on six beautifully landscaped acres just steps from the historic Plaza, La Posada is the only resort in downtown Santa Fe. Authentic adobe-style architecture, unique accommodations, award-winning service, tranquil spa escapes, culinary discoveries, and a subtle sense of Southwestern magic and charm come together to create the ultimate New Mexico getaway. More of a village than a typical hotel, La Posada de Santa Fe is comprised of 157 lovingly restored casita-style rooms and suites, some dating back more than 230 years—Every casita is different, as they reflect the resort’s historic roots.

Known as the Art Hotel of New Mexico, we embrace our rich history as an icon of the American Southwest, displaying works from established artists in a professionally curated gallery and throughout our spacious suites. A full-service spa and salon, modern fitness center, and 4,500 square feet of flexible function space add to the versatility of our award-winning resort.

HOTEL RESERVATIONS:
https://www.marriott.com/event-reservations/reservation-link.mi?id=1646688443368&key=GRP&app=resvlink

ROOM RATES*:
Queen or King – $359.00

Special Room Rates are offered from September 12-September 21. The last day to book at these rates is August 15, 2022.

*Hotel room rates are quoted per room per night and are subject to applicable state and local taxes at the time of check-in. Taxes are currently 15.44% but are subject to change. The resort fee is $20 per day.

DEPOSIT/CANCELLATION POLICY:
Date changes to the reservation are allowed through 11:59 pm local hotel time, 7 days before arrival. Date changes may result in a change to the overall cost of the reservation. A change resulting in a lower cost will result in the guest receiving a refund or credit towards incidentals upon check-in. A change resulting in a higher cost will receive an additional prepayment charge for the difference from the original prepayment amount. Date changes after 7 days before arrival are not allowed. Cancellation will result in forfeiture of the prepayment. The credit card used at the time of making the reservation must be valid for the entire stay.

CONFERENCE ATTIRE:
Attire is business casual. Since meeting room temperatures and personal comfort levels vary, it is recommended that you bring a sweater or jacket to the educational activities.

Transportation

La Posado is located just 20 minutes from the Santa Fe Municipal Airport. American Airlines offers nonstop service to Santa Fe from Dallas/Fort Worth or Los Angeles LAX airports. United Airlines offers nonstop jet service from Denver.

Santa Fe is approximately one hour north of the Albuquerque International Sunport, which offers all major airlines and rental car companies. Shuttle service, one-way, is available at $30 per person, while one-way private transportation averages $165 per vehicle.

For driving directions from either airport visit: https://www.laposadadesantafe.com/location/

Activities

History and Culture

The nation’s oldest capital city experienced waves of migrations along the three trails that led here. Artists, chefs, wellness experts, and other creative dreamers all bring their culture, talents, and experience with them creating a unique blend of Anglo, Spanish and Native Cultures against a backdrop of the Sangre de Cristo mountains. The early Native American inhabitants called it “Dancing Ground of The Sun”; while the founding frontiersman at the turn of the 20th century referred to it as “The City Different.”

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River Rafting

The rivers in the region are famous, appealing to serious river rats seeking whitewater thrills as well as those who prefer to leisurely float along calm waters. Ride the legendary Rio Grande and the Rio Chama and you’ll experience unsurpassed beauty and a remarkable adventure. Local outfitters can accommodate all skill levels, from novice to expert.

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Mountain Biking

Santa Fe is rated One of America’s Top Mountain Bike Towns by USA Today and a Top Ten Mountain Biking Destination in North America by Singletracks.com. And with good reason. The surrounding mountains and public lands hold an endless variety of trail options with terrain for every skill level making Santa Fe a perfect stepping-off point for a cycling adventure. In addition, bicycle paths and trails for all types of riders are located in and around the city.

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Family Activities

Discover some of the best family-friendly experiences, classes, museums and recreation centers around Santa Feǃ Looking for an outdoor adventure? Santa Fe has skiing, hiking, biking trails, and plenty of outdoor parks for your little nature enthusiast. Enter a fantastic realm of stories and exploration at Meow Wolf, House of Eternal ReturnYour riders, rippers, and racers will have loads of fun at the Santa Fe Skate School. Cultivate your child’s sense of joy and discovery at the Santa Fe Children’s Museum

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Hiking

Santa Fe is a hiker’s paradise. And you don’t have to travel far to find it. Just a few minutes away from bustling downtown lie acres of pristine wilderness in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains. Here you’ll find miles of excellent trails to explore that range from easy to challenging. Trails for all types of hikers are located in and around the city.

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Shopping

Shopping in Santa Fe takes you on an odyssey, into charming historic buildings filled with treasures handmade and hard to find anywhere else. Whether you’re looking for fashion or furniture, cowboy boots or concho belts, salsa or silver and turquoise jewelry, you’ll find that and so much more. Uncover Santa Fe’s hidden treasures while shopping independent boutiques, flea markets, and the largest art markets in the country.

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Galleries and Visual Arts

Wander the halls of the New Mexico Museum of Art, Georgia O’Keeffe Museum and Museum of contemporary Native Arts, or check out the more than 250 galleries concentrated on Canyon Road, downtown Lincoln Avenue, and Railyard District. For those unable to make decisions on vacation, make sure to do both!
Mill around the colorful galleries on the world-famous Canyon road where the art spills out into the yards and front porches with bronze sculptures of man and beast as well as moving sculptures fueled by the wind.

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Restaurants

Santa Fe is a food lover’s paradise. Innovative Southwestern fare created by award-winning chefs and hearty New Mexico dishes such as breakfast burritos and green chile stew is reason enough for Santa Fe to have earned a prominent place on the world’s culinary map. If you’re hungry for creative contemporary cuisine or Asian, French, Italian, Indian, or Middle Eastern cuisine, you’ll find them all here as well. Discover the legendary and innovative flavors of Santa Fe, including the local chile which isn’t an ingredient, but a way of life.

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Spa and Wellness

Santa Fe’s restorative powers are legendary. People have been traveling here for centuries to renew body, mind and spirit in the area’s high, dry climate, natural hot springs, sun-filled days, and endlessly starry nights. There’s no better place to find sanctuary for the soul. A virtual oasis in the high desert, Santa Fe offers a variety of spas staffed by master healers and bodyworkers. Choose from treatments utilizing ancient remedies of the Southwest or timeless traditions from Thailand, Indonesia, and other far-flung places.

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Invited Faculty

Mohit Khera, MD, MBA, MPH

Mohit Khera, MD, MBA, MPH

Program Co-Director

Professor of Urology
Baylor College of Medicine
Houston, Texas

Michael Coburn, MD, FACS

Michael Coburn, MD, FACS

Program Co-Director

Professor and Russell and Mary Hugh Scott Chair in Urology
Baylor College of Medicine
Houston, Texas

Frances Alba, MD

Frances Alba, MD

Associate Professor, Department of Surgery, Division of Urology
University of New Mexico
Albuquerque, New Mexico

Justin Badal, MD

Justin Badal, MD

Urologic Oncology and Robotic Surgery Fellow
City of Hope
Pasadena, California

Brian S. Christine, MD

Brian S. Christine, MD

Director of Prosthetic Urology and Men’s Sexual Health
Urology Centers of Alabama
Birmingham, Alabama

Marisa M. Clifton MD, FACS, FPMRS

Marisa M. Clifton MD, FACS, FPMRS

Director, Women’s Health, Brady Urological Institute
Associate Professor (PAR) of Urology
Johns Hopkins University
Baltimore, Maryland

Michael S. Davis, MD, MBA, MHA, FACS

Michael S. Davis, MD, MBA, MHA, FACS

Chief, Division of Urology, Department of Surgery
University of New Mexico
Albuquerque, New Mexico

Maxx A. Gallegos, MD

Maxx A. Gallegos, MD

Assistant Professor of Urology in the Department of Surgery
University of New Mexico Health Sciences Center
Albuquerque, New Mexico

Guilherme Godoy, MD, MS

Guilherme Godoy, MD, MS

Assistant Professor of Urology and Urology Oncology
Baylor College of Medicine
Houston, Texas

Daniel Allan Hamstra, MD, PhD

Daniel Allan Hamstra, MD, PhD

Chairmain/Professor – Radiation Oncology
Baylor College of Medicine
Houston, Texas

Gary L. Horn, Jr., MD

Gary L. Horn, Jr., MD

Assistant Professor of Radiology
Baylor College of Medicine
Hourston, Texas

Jeffrey A. Jones, MD

Jeffrey A. Jones, MD

Professor of Urology
Baylor College of Medicine
Houston, Texas

Dov Kadmon, MD

Dov Kadmon, MD

Professor of Urology
Baylor College of Medicine
Houston, Texas

Seth P. Lerner, MD

Seth P. Lerner, MD

Professor of Urology
Baylor College of Medicine
Houston, Texas

Richard E. Link, MD, PhD

Richard E. Link, MD, PhD

Professor of Urology
Baylor College of Medicine
Houston, Texas

Larry I. Lipshultz, MD

Larry I. Lipshultz, MD

Professor of Urology
Baylor College of Medicine
Houston, Texas

Wesley A. Mayer, MD

Wesley A. Mayer, MD

Associate Professor of Urology
Baylor College of Medicine
Houston, Texas

Oluwarotimi S. Nettey, MD, MHS

Oluwarotimi S. Nettey, MD, MHS

Assistant Professor of Urology
Baylor College of Medicine
Houston, Texas

Arpit Rao, MD

Arpit Rao, MD

Associate Professor, Hematology and Oncology
Baylor College of Medicine
Houston, Texas

Christopher P. Smith, MD, MBA, MSS

Christopher P. Smith, MD, MBA, MSS

Associate Professor of Urology
Baylor College of Medicine
Houston, Texas

Neel Srikishen, MD

Neel Srikishen, MD

Michael E. DeBakey VA Medical Center
Baylor College of Medicine
Houston, Texas

Shyam S. Sukumar, MD

Shyam S. Sukumar, MD

Assistant Professor of Urology
Baylor College of Medicine
Houston, Texas

Jennifer M. Taylor, MD, MPH

Jennifer M. Taylor, MD, MPH

Assistant Professor of Urology
Baylor College of Medicine
Houston, Texas

A. Edward Yen, MD

A. Edward Yen, MD

Assistant Professor of Medicine
Baylor College of Medicine
Houston, Texas

CME Information

This conference will be accredited for 11.5 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM

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