WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. -- The Ferdinand C. Valentine Award Lecture and Resident Essay Meeting will be spearheaded this year by Dr. George F. Owens of Advanced Urology Centers of New York, White Plains North Division, and president of the New York Section of the American Urological Association. The event will be held Wednesday, April 9, at the New York Academy of Medicine in New York City.
Drs. Stephen Nakada, Daniel Williams and Sara Best from the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health are the invited judges for this event.
The Ferdinand C. Valentine Essay contest invites urology interns participating in hospital residency programs throughout New York to submit recent research projects vying for an opportunity to be awarded a research grant. The Valentine Medal and Lectureship was created by the Valentine family to celebrate Dr. Ferdinand C. Valentine’s many contributions to medicine.
Owens noted, “As a recipient of the Ferdinand C. Valentine fellowship through the New York Academy of Medicine during my residency, it is an honor to participate in this event for others.”
Owens, a resident of Rye, has continued his affiliation with the New York Medical College, and is currently a clinical associate professor of urology in the department of urology. He is certified by the American Board of Urology, a member of the American Association of Clinical Urologists, and also a fellow of the American College of Surgeons. Owens was again chosen one of Castle Connolly’s 2014 Top Doctors and has received this designation over the past 15 years.
Advanced Urology Centers of New York, a division of Integrated Medical Professionals, a clinical affiliate of Mount Sinai Hospital, is composed of community physicians committed to providing the highest level of medical service and patient care available.
To learn more about Advanced Urology Centers of New York, call 516-931-0041 or visit http://www.aucofny.com.
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