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Suvit Bunyavejchevin, Thailand

Posted By Amy Cassini, Thursday, April 24, 2014

First Name: Suvit 


Last Name: Bunyavejchevin 


Title: Attending / Consultant 


Number of years in current role: 20 


Affiliated Institution: Chulalongkorn University 


City: Bangkok 


State / Province: Bangkok 


Country: Thailand 


Email Address: 


Have you ever served in a teaching/management role before? yes 


Have you ever served as a mentor before? yes 


If so, where? dept of ob gyn , faculty of medicine, chulalongkorn university 


How many studies have you served as the primary investigator on? around 30 


I can provide mentorship in the following categories (please check all that apply):

·        research advice

·        coordinating research collaborations

·        coordinating clinical training clerkships for physicians-in-training

·        setting up international and national volunteering programs

·        setting up international research sabbaticals

·        presenting research 


What qualifies you to be a mentor in the areas you checked?

I am now working as the medical instructor in a university hospital. I also have the fellowship and resident training and regular research activity at my hospital and university. I have many publication and research is a part of my daily work. I have experience in dealing with resident and fellow and have project collaboration internationally. I hope that my experience can help IUGA member develop more research to improve the knowledge in Urogyne in the future. 


Which of the following are areas of interest to you? (please check all that apply):

·        Prolapse

·        Stress urinary incontinence

·        Urge urinary incontinence

·        Vaginal surgery

·        Vaginal mesh

·        Epidemiology

·        Clinical research 

Tags:  clinical training  international research sabbaticals  POP  presentations  presenting research  prolapse  research  research advice  research collaborations  stress urinary incontinence  SUI  surgery  vaginal surgery 

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