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Cary N. Robertson, MD, Associate Professor

Clinical research interests:
Clinical trials of novel diagnostic tests and therapies for genitourinary malignancies, with a strong focus on bladder cancer.

Basic science research interests:
Immune therapies for cancer, hyperthermia and heat-based treatment of cancer, molecular biology of genitourinary cancers, novel diagnostics and therapies for genitourinary cancers

Appointments and Affiliations

  • Cary N. Robertson, MD, Associate Professor
  • Associate Professor of Surgery
  • Member of the Duke Cancer Institute

Contact Information:

  • Office Phone: (919) 681-1322

Education:

  • Mayo Clinic, 2008
  • Universite Laval (Canada), 2005
  • M.S. Mayo Medical School, 2011
  • M.D. University of Alberta (Canada), 2000
  • B.S. University of Alberta (Canada), 1999

Awards, Honors, and Distinctions:

  • Reviewer of the month. European Urology. 2016
  • Leadership program. American Urological Association. 2016
  • Platinum Scalpel Award for Excellence in Teaching. Division of Urology, Duke University. 2015
  • International exchange scholar. European Association of Urology and American Urological Association. 2014
  • Best Clinical Paper of 2014. International Journal of Hyperthermia. 2014
  • Honorary Judge, Ferdinand C. Valentine Contest . New York Academy of Medicine. 2013
  • Best reviewer, prostate cancer. Journal of Urology. 2008
  • Best of posters, bladder cancer, basic science. American Urological Association. 2007
  • Merit award. ASCO Foundation. 2007
  • Merit award. ASCO Prostate Cancer Symposium . 2007
  • Merit award. ASCO Prostate Cancer Symposium . 2006
  • Clinical prize essay. Canadian Urologic Association . 2005
  • Gerald P. Murphy Scholar . American Urological Association. 2004
  • Clinical prize essay. Quebec Urologic Association . 2003
  • Basic science prize essay. Quebec Urologic Association . 2002
  • Clinical prize essay. Quebec Urologic Association . 2001
  • Letter of exceptional proficiency, general surgery. University of Calgary. 2001
  • Letter of exceptional proficiency, internal medicine. University of Calgary. 2001
  • Dr. Morris Weinlos Prize in Pathology & Surgery . University of Alberta. 2000
  • MRC Burroughs Wellcome Research Studentship . University of Alberta. 1996
  • Student Bursary. College of Physicians and Surgeons of Alberta . 1996
  • Research Studentship. Alberta Heritage Foundation for Medical Research . 1995
  • Louise McKinney Post-Secondary Scholarship . Government of Alberta (Canada). 1994
  • Alexander Rutherford Post-Secondary Scholarship . Government of Alberta (Canada). 1993
  • Bronze medal for academic achievement. Governor General of Canada. 1993

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