Anobel Odisho, MD, MPH, 6th year UCSF Urology resident, won first place, Clinical Research, for his presentation, “From Bench to Browser: Using Natural Language Processing and Active Learning to Bring Structure and Meaning to ClinicalTrials.Gov” at the 41st Annual Northern California Urological Resident Seminar held this weekend. The event encourages urology residents from UCSF, Stanford and UC Davis to share research.
Lindsay Hampson, MD, also 6th year UCSF resident, won a shared second place, Clinical Research, for her presentation, “Patient-Centered Treatment Decisions: Using Conjoint Analysis as an Aid for Shared Decision-Making for Urethral Stricture Treatment.”
Peter R. Carroll, MD, MPH, Professor and Chair, Department of Urology, UCSF, who calls the event—“An excellent way to receive recognition and accolades from outside the resident’s own departments,”—was pleased.
“Both residents have shown an impressive track record,” says Carroll. “It’s a testament to their talents and dedication to advancing clinical and translational work in the field of urology.”