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Vivian Sung

Posted By Amy Cassini, Monday, September 15, 2014

First Name: Vivian

Last Name: Sung

Title: Attending / Consultant

Number of years in current role: 8

Affiliated Institution: Brown Medical School

City: Providence

State / Province: RI

Country: USA

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? Brown Medical School students, residents, fellows, and SGS Fellow's Pelvic Research Network previous Chair and current Senior Advisory Board Member

How many studies have you served as the primary investigator on? 20-30

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

·         career development advice

·         research advice

·         coordinating research collaborations

·         grant writing

·         manuscript writing

·         presenting research


What qualifies you to be a mentor in the areas you checked? I have experience in both career development and research mentorship at a local and national level. I have provided mentorship at all levels including to numerous students, residents and fellows. I formerly chaired and helped to develop infrastructure for the Fellow's Pelvic Research Network under the Society of Gynecologic Surgeons and currently serve as the co-Chair for the SGS-AUGS Fellow's Network. I serve as the thesis mentor for all fellows at the Brown fellowship program, which includes 8 graduated fellows and 4 current fellows.

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

·         Prolapse

·         Stress urinary incontinence

·         Urge urinary incontinence

·         Fecal incontinence

·         Vaginal surgery

·         Laparoscopic surgery

·         Epidemiology

·         Clinical research

Tags:  advice  career advice  epidemiology  fecal incontinence  grant writing  laparoscopic  manuscript writing  pop  prolapse  research  research collaborations  SUI  surgery  UUI 

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