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Hamlin High School, Hamlin, Texas
Diploma received 1983
Valedictorian, class of 1983.
North Texas State University (now UNT), Denton, Texas
Bachelor of Science, Biology 1987
Honors Program member 1983.
Graduated Magna Cum Laude 1987.
Member Alpha Epsilon Delta pre-professional society 1986-1987. Worked as research assistant with Dr. R. Schafer, Professor of Biology 1986-1987. Nature of research: Calcium channels and cyclic-AMP in olfactory neurotransmission.
Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, Texas Doctor of Medicine, 1991
Urologic research with Scott Department of Urology and Dr. W. G. Guerriero 1990-1991.
Nature of research: Urologic complications of vascular disease.
University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center Department
of General Surgery
Resident in General Surgery 1991-1993
Completed prescribed two year pre-urologic general surgical training.
University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center Division of Urology
Residency in Urology July 1993-July 1997
Urodynamic research conducted with Dr. Claus G. Roehrborn.
Nature of research: Statistical validity of pressure-flow studies in men with BPH.
Submitted Abstracts and Papers
Short Term Test-Retest Variability of Various Parameters Measured During Invasive Urodynamics in Men with Lower Urinary Tract Symptoms.
Jeffrey S. Sanders, David L. Casey, Kenneth Monroe, James Downing, and Claus G. Roehrborn.
Presented at the 1996 Annual AUA meeting in Orlando, Florida.
Correlation Between Invasive Urodynamic Parameters and Non-invasive Assessment Instruments in Men with Lower Urinary Tract Symptoms.
David L. Casey, Jeffrey S. Sanders, Kenneth Monroe, James Downing, and Claus G. Roehrborn.
Submitted for the 1996 Annual AUA meeting in Orlando, Florida.
Pressure Flow Studies in Men with Lower Urinary Tract Symptoms: Critical Assessment of Short-Term Variability and Correlation with Non-invasive Measures.
David L. Casey, Jeffrey S. Sanders, and Claus G. Roehrborn.
Presented at the 75th Annual Meeting of the South Central Section of the AUA in Vail, Colorado September 8, 1996.
The abstract for the third paper listed above was awarded 2nd place in the Clinical category for the 75th Annual Meeting of the South Central Section of the AUA September 7-11, 1996.
Texas Health - Presbyterian Hospital - Denton, Denton, Texas
Denton Regional Medical Center, Denton, Texas
Denton Surgery Center at Presbyterian (Ambulatory Surgery Center)
Baylor Surgicare of Denton (Ambulatory Surgery Center)
North Texas Hospital [NTH]
(on Mayhill Road in Denton)
**Atrium Medical Center - Corinth, Texas
(Long-term acute care hospital)
**This is NOT a primary care facility - one must be referred here after first being admitted to a "regular" hospital
Member of Texas Medical Association
Member of Denton County Medical Society
Diplomate, American Board of Urology ( since 1999)
Committee Member of Operative Review Committee, Denton Community Hospital (1999-2005)
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