Urology resident made champion at  AUA  Resident Bowl - May 8, 2013

Dr. John Li

Congratulations to Dr. John Li, a fourth-year urology resident who won the American Urological Association Resident's Bowl for the Southeastern Section. The event was held during the 2013 AUA meeting in San Diego. Li, graduated from Hunan Medical University, China. He obtained his PhD degree in cancer biology at the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center. He plans to apply for 2015 urologic oncology fellowship.

 View images from the meeting


Green glow helps Augusta University surgeons define kidney cancer - April 2013

Dr. Martha Terris


Dr. Martha Terris highlights tool used in robotic surgery that helps surgeons better identify kidney tumors.

View the article written by the Augusta Chronicle 



Expert in minimally invasive urology joins Augusta University - September 2011

Dr. Bruce ShingletonUrologist Dr. W. Bruce Shingleton, an expert in minimally invasive treatments for prostate and kidney cancers, has been named Director of Endourology at Augusta University Medical Center. In addition, he joins the faculty of the Medical College of Georgia's Urology Residency Program at Augusta University as a Professor of Urology in the Department of Surgery.

Shingleton specializes in cryotherapy (killing tumor cells by freezing them) and GreenLight Photo-Selective Vaporization, or "green light laser," a new, minimally invasive surgical technique for treating enlargement of the prostate. These treatment options target patients with recurrent cancer and those whose medical condition precludes traditional surgery.

Shingleton also treats kidney stones using advanced endoscopic management. His research interests include minimally invasive cryoablation of renal tumors and the molecular genetics of renal cell carcinoma arising from end-stage renal kidney disease.

Shingleton received his medical degree from the East Carolina University and a master's degree in public health from the University of South Carolina. He completed postgraduate training at Emory University School of Medicine, Duke University Medical Center, University of Minnesota and Case Western Reserve University. He comes to GHSU from Ochsner Health System in Baton Rouge, La.

Shingleton is a reviewer for the Journal of Urology, the British Journal of Urology and the Journal of Endourology.

He is a member of the American Urological Association and its Southeastern Section; the Society of University Urologists; American College of Surgeons; Endourological Society; and the Georgia Urological Association.