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We are pleased to announce the 2018 IUGA Observership Grant Recipients. One $4,000 USD grant is awarded to a trainee, fellow, or physician-in-training, and one to a consultant from a least developed country, as defined by the World Bank. A third grant in the amount of $2,000 USD is awarded to an IUGA member who does not meet the criteria for either of the other grant categories. This year’s recipients are: Fatimat Motunrayo Akinlusi (Nigeria) hosted by Ranee Thakar and Abdul Sultan at Croydon University Hospital (United Kingdom) Merry Gong...
Now available: the newest IUGA Podcast by Albert De Decker Season 2 Episode 1 - How to read and write an article 'Why is scientific reading and writing still necessary, where lie the pitfalls and where lies the beauty?' Interviews with the panel of experts; Professor...
No Vice President candidate received over 50% of the vote in the recently completed IUGA elections. A run-off election is therefore required between the top two candidates. All members are asked to log onto the IUGA website and vote for one Vice President candidate before...
Our organization is dependent on the expertise and time our members voluntarily contribute. We need the best skills, passion, and varied perspectives to continue building on our success. If you are looking to enrich your IUGA experience and contribute to the field of Urogynecology in...
The International Urogynecology Journal is the official journal of the International Urogynecological Association (IUGA) and is currently accepting applications for two Editor positions, plus a Social Media Coordinator. Editors The two new Editors will join a current team of two Editors-in-Chief and seven Editors and...