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WEDNESDAY, JULY 28, 2021 AT 3 PM EDT Know Your Risks for Kidney Cancer Padraic O’Malley, MSc, MD, FRCSC
Core Lecture: Early State Testicular Cancer | Tuesday, 6/22/21 | 7:00 am | Urology Conference Room, M2-203C | Email Stephanie Stenner for Zoom information
Bladder cancer is the second most common urologic cancer in adults. There are 67,000 new cases of bladder cancer each year in the United States.
Southeastern Section of the AUA Virtual 85th Annual Meeting April 23 - 24, 2021 #SESAUA2021
From left to right, Dr. Li-Ming Su, Dr. Brian Ramnaraign, Dr. Paul Crispen & Dr. Padraic O’Malley The fountains of Hotel Eleo at the University of Florida were lit orange to honor all who have been touched by Kidney Cancer. Representing the Multidisciplinary Urologic Oncology Clinic team are: Dr. Li-Ming…
"Multidisciplinary Approach to Advanced Kidney Cancer" with Padriac O'Malley, MD | Wednesday, March 24, 2021
"I am especially proud of Dr. O'Malley's and Dr. Bayne's contributions towards the University of Florida College of Medicine's educational mission within our department. As two of our junior faculty members, both have demonstrated a keen interest in nurturing and cultivating our residents urologic knowledge and skills in the operating room. Resident feedback regarding their dedication to and investment in teaching has been outstanding and extremely appreciated. Congratulations to you both! "
Learn more | Journal Club with Dr. Padraic O’Malley | Friday, 10/30/20 | 7:00 am
As prostate cancer is the most common genitourinary cancer treated by a urologist and by far the most visible cancer from the standpoint of public awareness, our UF Health Urology team members are doing their part to increase awareness of this challenging disease by wearing a light blue ribbon lapel pin throughout the duration of the month of September.