Congratulations Katelyn Carty (MS4) and Michael Bacchus (MS3)!


Katelyn Carty (MS4) and Michael Bacchus (MS3) at the Florida Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics (FCAAP) The Future of Pediatric Care 2021. they are standing in front of a greenery wall with the words women in pediatrics written in a hot pink color on the greenery.
From Left to Right: Katelyn Carty (MS4) and Michael Bacchus (MS3)

On Saturday, September 4, University of Florida medical students Katelyn Carty (MS4) and Michael Bacchus (MS3) presented academic posters at the Florida Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics (FCAAP) The Future of Pediatric Care 2021 at Disney’s Yacht & Beach Club Resorts in Orlando, Florida. Both students did an outstanding job, and their posters were well received.

Katelyn Carty (MS4) at the Florida Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics (FCAAP) The Future of Pediatric Care 2021 meeting. she is standing in front of her research poster.
Future Dr. Carty recently completed her sub-internship with our department and is
entering the urology resident match this year.
Michael Bacchus (MS3) at the Florida Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics (FCAAP) The Future of Pediatric Care 2021 meeting. she is standing in front of his research poster.
Future Dr. Bacchus is planning to apply to urology residency programs next year.

The Department of Urology is proud of their work and excited about their future contributions in our field!


Citations

Carty K, Hwang A, Gordon A, Locke R, DeMarco R, Bayne C. Indocyanine Green (ICG) assessment of ureteral perfusion during pediatric robotic surgery. FCAAP The Future of Pediatric Practice, Orlando, Fla., September 2021.

Bacchus M, Carty K, Wiseman B, DeMarco R, Drawdy M, Miller J, Bayne C. Development of a mixed epithelial and stromal tumor of the kidney following contralateral radical nephrectomy and chemotherapy for Wilms’ tumor. FCAAP The Future of Pediatric Practice, Orlando, Fla., September 2021.

Carty KS, Shoemaker L, Stern A, Bayne C. Secondary pseudo hypoaldosteronism in a 4-month-old boy following UPJ pyeloplasty. FCAAP The Future of Pediatric Practice, Orlando, Fla., September 2021.


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