Memorial Award Programs
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In 1957, Mrs. Pauline Kimbrough established the Kimbrough Memorial Award for the best presentation by a military resident. Starting in 1972, first place awards began to be presented to the two armed forces urology residents making the best presentations in clinical urology and basic science research. A plaque is given to each award winner.
Established in 1992 for the best paper presented by a Society Member Staff Physician, as judged by Chief Residents attending the Seminar.
In 1992 the Society established this award, which is presented annually for outstanding support and dedicated service to the Society. The recipient of this award can be a Corporate Member, physician, or other individual as determined by the Board of Directors.
In 2006 the Society established this award, to be presented annually for outstanding administrative support and service to the Society, specifically in regards to the annual Kimbrough Seminar, as determined by the Course Director.
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