Michael D. Kawaja

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Queen's University at Kingston, Kingston, Ontario, Canada 
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MacKenzie JJ, Stockley D, Hastings-Truelove A, et al. (2019) Student Reflections on the Queen's Accelerated Route to Medical School Programme. Journal of Medical Education and Curricular Development. 6: 2382120519836789
Gaudet D, Clohosey D, Hannan J, et al. (2018) PD54-06 CADAVERIC EVIDENCE THAT MIDURETHRAL SLING PLACEMENT INTERRUPTS PERIURETHRAL NEUROVASCULAR AND GLANDULAR STRUCTURES: POTENTIAL ROLE IN FEMALE SEXUAL DYSFUNCTION Journal of Urology. 199
Gaudet D, Clohosey D, Hannan J, et al. (2018) 249 Midurethral sling placement disrupts periurethral neurovascular and glandular structures near anterior vaginal wall: Potential role in female sexual dysfunction The Journal of Sexual Medicine. 15: S221-S222
Gaudet D, Clohosey D, Goldstein I, et al. (2018) 029 Characterizing Periurethral-Perivaginal Tissue in Cadavers: Potential Negative Impact of Mid-Urethral Incontinence Sling Surgery The Journal of Sexual Medicine. 15: S109
Gaudet D, Clohosey D, Goldstein S, et al. (2018) 010 Simulation of Mid-Urethral Incontinence Sling Surgery Using Cadavers: Impact on Innervation and Glandular Tissue The Journal of Sexual Medicine. 15: S5-S6
Clohosey D, Gaudet D, Goldstein S, et al. (2018) 009 Histological Characterization of Periurethral Tissue: Potential Role in Sexual Function The Journal of Sexual Medicine. 15: S5
Boyd JG, Smithson LJ, Howes D, et al. (2016) Serum proteomics as a strategy to identify novel biomarkers of neurologic recovery after cardiac arrest: a feasibility study. Intensive Care Medicine Experimental. 4: 9
Petrie CN, Armitage MN, Kawaja MD. (2015) Myenteric expression of nerve growth factor and the p75 neurotrophin receptor regulate axonal remodeling as a consequence of colonic inflammation in mice. Experimental Neurology. 271: 228-40
Petrie CN, Armitage MN, Kawaja MD. (2015) Myenteric expression of nerve growth factor and the p75 neurotrophin receptor regulate axonal remodeling as a consequence of colonic inflammation in mice Experimental Neurology. 271: 228-240
Smithson LJ, Krol KM, Kawaja MD. (2014) Neuronal degeneration associated with sympathosensory plexuses in the trigeminal ganglia of aged mice that overexpress nerve growth factor. Neurobiology of Aging. 35: 2812-21
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