Awards

Awards Program
Awards Program (10)
The Ramon Guiteras Award is presented for outstanding contributions to the art and science of urology.
The Hugh Hampton Young Award is presented for outstanding contributions to the study of genitourinary tract disease.
The Gold Cystoscope Award may be presented annually to a urologist distinguished by outstanding contributions to the profession. Individual must be within ten (10) years of completing residency training calculated from Awards presentation date.
The Lifetime Achievement Award is presented for outstanding contributions in advancing the mission and goals of the American Urological Association. AUA’s mission is to promote the highest standards of urological clinical care through education, research and the formulation of health care policy.
The Robert C. Flanigan Education Award is presented every three years for exemplary contributions to the educational goals of the American Urological Association.
The Victor A. Politano Award is presented to an individual (e.g. urologist, basic scientist, researcher, biomedical engineer, etc.) for outstanding achievements in the field of urinary incontinence and for enhancing the treatment of incontinent patients.
The William P. Didusch Art and History Award may be presented annually to recognize contributions to urological art (e.g. illustrations, sculpture, still photography, motion pictures) or lifetime contributions to the history of urology.
The Distinguished Contribution Awards are presented for outstanding contributions to the science and practice of urology, including, but not limited to, a sub-specialty area, military service, or humanitarian efforts.
The Distinguished Service Awards are presented for outstanding service in advancing the goals of the American Urological Association.
The inspiration for the AUA Gold-Headed Cane dates back to a highly respected tradition that began in the 17th century. The gold headed cane was first carried by Dr. Radcliffe from 1689 to 1714 and it accompanied him on many consultations in London, England. He was known by royalty for his medical skills and was considered an outstanding practitioner. Dr. Radcliffe was the first to pass the cane along to a successor whom he considered to be the greatest English physician of his time. AUA continues this tradition by presenting a Gold-Headed Cane Award to a senior urologist distinguished by outstanding contributions to the profession and to the AUA.

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