Each year IUGA awards two 10,000 USD research grants – one for a laboratory-based/basic science project, and one for a clinical/patient-centered project. We are pleased to announce this year’s recipients:
May Alarab (Canada) is receiving the research award in the basic science category for her project titled: The Effect of Local Estrogen Therapy on the Microbiome Composition and Relative Abundance in the Urine of Postmenopausal Women with/without Urinary Tract Infections.
Rachel High (USA) is receiving the research award in the clinical research category for her project titled: Higher Neural and Cognitive Changes Following Anticholinergic versus Beta 3 Agonist versus Placebo Treatments in Patients with Overactive Bladder: A Multicenter Randomized Control Pilot Trial.
IUGA Research Grant recipients are required to submit an abstract of their completed research study for presentation at the IUGA Annual Meeting and to submit a completed manuscript for publication to the International Urogynecology Journal. We look forward to seeing the outcomes from these two studies and congratulate Drs. Alarab and High.
For more information about IUGA Research Grants, click here.