SURS Program

Debate: Is 3D Printing A Useful Tool for Surgical Preoperative Planning?

Thursday, September 20
1:01 PM - 3:16 PM
Location: Room 242A

Ahmed Ghazi

University of Rochester

Ahmed Ghazi MD, MSc, FEBU
Associate Professor of Urology
George W Conner Deans Teaching Fellow
Director of Simulation Training and Research
Endourology Fellowship Associate Program Director
Director of Simulation Innovation laboratory
Department of Urology, University of Rochester
Rochester, New York

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Clinton D. Bahler

Assistant Professor
Indiana University

Dr. Bahler completed medical school at Indiana University after finishing a degree in biomedical engineering at Purdue University. He completed his urologic surgery residency at Indiana University and chose to undergo additional specialty fellowship training in laparoscopic and robotic surgery with Dr. Chandru Sundaram at Indiana University. His clinical and research interests include PSMA-PET imaging and HIFU for prostate cancer as well as robotic surgery for small renal masses.

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