Catherine deVries, MD, MS

Languages

  • English

Academic Information

  • Departments: Family & Preventive Medicine - Adjunct Professor, Surgery - Professor
  • Divisions: Public Health, Urology

Board Certification

  • American Board of Urology
  • American Board of Urology (Sub: Pediatric Urology)

Academic Office Information

  • 801-662-5555
  • School of Medicine
    Surgery
    30 N 1900 E
    Salt Lake City, UT 84132

Academic Bio

As a pediatric urologist, Catherine deVries cares for children with congenital and acquired diseases of the urinary tract and genitalia. As a Professor of Urology, she practices at Primary Children's Medical Center. Her areas of particular interest are neurogenic bladder associated with spina bifida and birth defects of the genitalia. Her work extends overseas to teaching pediatric and reconstructive urology in low resource countries in Africa, Asia and Latin America.

A graduate of Harvard University, she holds a Masters in Pathology from Duke University and an M.D. from Stanford University. She trained in Urology at Stanford University and completed her fellowship in Pediatric Urology at University of California, San Diego. Her awards include the American Red Cross International Hero Award in 2011, the American Urological Association’s 2009 Distinguished Contribution Award, The Southeastern Section AUA Presidential Lectureship 2009, The American Urological Association’s Honorary Member 2007, and the American Medical Association’s 2006 Dr. Nathan Davis International Award in Medicine.

Education History

Type School Degree
Fellowship Hahnemann University
Executive Leadership in Academic Medicine (ELAM)
Fellow
Fellowship University of California - San Diego
Pediatric Urology
Fellow
Post Graduate Training University of Washington
Female Urology
Postgraduate Studies
Post Graduate Training University of California San Francisco
Laparoscopic Urologic Surgery
Postgraduate Studies
Post Graduate Training University of California - Irvine
Lasers in Urology
Postgraduate Studies
Chief Resident Stanford University Medical Center
Urology
Chief Resident
Residency Stanford University Medical Center
Urology
Resident
Residency Stanford University Medical Center
General Surgery
Resident
Internship Stanford University Medical Center
Surgery
Intern
Professional Medical Stanford University
Medicine
M.D.
Graduate Training Duke University
Pathology
M.S.
Harvard University
Natural Sciences
B.A.

Global Impact

Presentations

Description Country
Considering the surgial ecosystem to improve surgial safety. Reporting Workshop on the Assessment of the Surgical Care System in Vietnam: Vietnamese Ministry of Health, HaLong Bay, Vietnam, August 26, 2016 Vietnam
International Educational Opportunities for Residents. Society for Academic Urology, American Urological Association Annual Meeting, Boston Global

Service

Date Role Description Country
11/10/2016 Secretary Permanent Council, The G4 Alliance Global
01/01/2000 Chair Medical Services Committee Cameroon

Selected Publications

Journal Article

  1. Jeffrey D Redshaw, Trung L Tran, M Chad Wallis, Catherine R deVries (4/12/2014). Epididymitis: A 21 year retrospective review of boys presenting to an outpatient urology clinic. J Urol, 192(4), 1203-1207.
  2. Ian S Metzler, Hiep T Nguyen, Lars Hagander, Mohamed Jalloh, Ton Nguyen, Serigne Magueye Gueye, Catherine R deVries, John G Meara (Feb 10, 2014). Surgical outcomes and cultural perceptions in international hypospadias care. J Urol.

Book

  1. Abrams P, deRidder D, deVries C, Elniel Sohier, Esegbona G, Mourad S, and Muleta M (2012). Obstetric Fistula in the Developing World (First). (Vol. 1). Montreal: Societe Internationale d'Urologie.
  2. deVries CR and Price RR (2010). Global Surgery and Public Health: A New Paradigm. Boston: JB Learning.

Book Chapter

  1. Price RR and deVries CR (2014). Global Surgery (Chapter 49). In Andersen D, Billiar T, Dunn D, Hunter J, Matthews J, Pollock R (Eds.), Schwarz's Principles of Surgery (10, pp. 1954-1982). New York: McGraw Hill.

Editorial

  1. deVries, C (Sept, 2013). Debunking Myths about Female Circumcision. African Journal of Urology, 19(3), 143-144.

News

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