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Congratulations to Marc Bjurlin, DO, MSc, FACOS on his recent selection to lead a sub-team of the American Urological Association’s (AUA) New Technologies & Imaging Committee.

Dr. Bjurlin has been serving on the New Technologies & Imaging Committee and was recently chosen to lead the Imaging Team within the Committee. The New Technologies & Imaging Committee consists of members who have been appointed based upon their expertise and specialization in robotic surgery, laparoscopic surgery, new technologies, or urologic imaging.

As part of leading the Imaging Team on the committee, Dr. Bjurlin with work collaboratively with AUA staff and the other members to evaluate, analyze, and disseminate image-based urologic best-practices and skills to the urological community-at-large.

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“The AUA has been a leader in promoting clinical care through education, research, and the formulation of health care policy, I’m proud to have the opportunity to serve.”

Marc Bjurlin, DO, MSc, FACOS
Associate Professor of Urology

Marc Bjurlin, DO, MSc,


About the AUA’s Committee Structure

The New Technologies & Imaging Committee’s educational mission is to evaluate, analyze and disseminate laparoendoscopic, robotic, new technologies, and image-based urologic practice and skills efficiently to the urological community. Relevant aspects of surgical simulation and skills assessment will be evaluated and utilized in this process whenever possible.

The AUA has over 500 volunteers that serve on various committees and contribute to the work of the association. Committees are grouped by functional areas and the New Technologies & Imaging Committee is a subcommittee of the Education Council.

The Education Council recommends, reviews, evaluates, and critiques the overall scope and curricula of the AUA educational activities and makes recommendations to the AUA Board of Directors regarding those programs deemed worthy of support.

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AUA Committee Reporting Structure
AUA Committee Reporting Structure