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    Urology Times names three to Editorial Council

    Jeffrey Kaufman, MDJeffrey E. Kaufman, MD Arthur L. Burnett, II, MD, MBAArthur L. Burnett, II, MD, MBA Barry A. Kogan, MDBarry A. Kogan, MD

    Urology Times has appointed three expert urologists to its Editorial Council: Jeffrey E. Kaufman, MD, Arthur L. Burnett, II, MD, MBA, and Barry A. Kogan, MD.

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    Dr. Kaufman, a private practitioner in Santa Ana, CA, will represent the area of health policy/socioeconomics. Dr. Burnett, professor of urology at Johns Hopkins Medicine, Baltimore, will oversee our coverage of sexual dysfunction. Dr. Kogan, chief of urology at Albany Medical Center, Albany, NY, will serve as our expert in pediatric urology.

    “I expect the knowledge base and leadership that Drs. Kaufman, Burnett, and Kogan bring to the field will help Urology Times maintain its position as the top-read urology publication in the United States,” said Richard R. Kerr, Urology Times’ content channel director. “We are honored to have them in our fold.”

    Urology Times also extends its gratitude and appreciation to William F. Gee, MD, John J. Mulcahy, MD, PhD, Howard M. Snyder, III, MD, and Anthony J. Schaeffer, MD, who recently stepped down from the Editorial Council after many years of dedicated, loyal service.

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    Benjamin P. Saylor
    Saylor is content managing editor for Urology Times.

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