Tyler Overholt, WVU second-year medical student, recently presented a poster at the American Urological Association annual meeting in Boston, Mass. Overholt participated in the Initiation to Research Opportunities (INTRO) Summer Research in 2016, and this presentation was the outcome of her work in the program.
The presentation entitled “FEMALE SEXUAL DYSFUNCTION: A WEST VIRGINIA UNIVERSITY CLINICAL EXPERIENCE” was also authored by Dale Riggs; Barbara Jackson; Alex Battin; Henry Fooks, MD; Mohammad Salkini, MD; Adam Luchey, MD; Stanley Kandzari, MD; and, Stanley Zaslau, MD.
Funding and support for the INTRO program was provided by the Office of Research and Graduation Education and the Vice President for Health Science’s office. The AUA is the largest international urological conference worldwide with more than 12,000 urologists and over 16,000 attendees total attending this year from all over the world.