NSAUA 2021 AUA Award Winners
posted: December 7, 2020
The Northeastern Section of the AUA is delighted to announce the winners of 2021 AUA Awards and extend our heartiest congratulations to the following members:
Hugh Hampton Young Award
The Hugh Hampton Young Award is presented annually to an individual for their outstanding contributions to the study of genitourinary tract disease. Yves Fradet, MD will receive this award for outstanding mentorship, research, leadership and exemplary surgical care of patients with urologic cancers.
Lifetime Achievement Award
The Lifetime Achievement Award is presented annually to an individual for outstanding contributions to advance the mission and goals of the AUA. Ronald Rabinowitz, MD will receive this award for advancing the mission of the AUA by promoting education, research, and advocacy.
Distinguished Contribution Awards
The Distinguished Contribution Awards are presented annually to individuals who have made outstanding contributions to the science and practice of urology, including, but not limited to, contributions made in a sub-specialty area, for military career service or for humanitarian efforts. Fred Saad, MD will receive this award for numerous significant contributions to the study and understanding of advanced prostate cancer.
Distinguished Service Awards
The Distinguished Service Awards are presented annually to individuals for outstanding service in advancing the goals of the AUA. Kevin Pranikoff, MD will receive this award for dedicated service on AUA committees for three decades, and contributions to the Board as the Northeastern Section Representative.
Such a strong performance by NSAUA members in the 2021 AUA Awards is a testament to the depth of talent present within our ranks. We wish to thank this year's winners for their ongoing dedication and commitment to the Section and greater urologic community on both sides of the border!