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Teaching Urogynecology in Ghana | 2013

From February 17 to March 1st, 2013, Dr. Badalian visited Ghana to teach the faculty, residents and urogynecology fellows at the Korle Bu Teaching Hospital in Accra and School of Medical Sciences at Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology in Kumasi. His visit was coordinated by International Urogynecological Association in order to establish the Center of Excellence for Urogynecology in sub-Saharan Africa.

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6th Annual Osteoporosis Symposium | 2012

Dr. Badalian was in Yerevan, Armenia from 10/27/2012-11/3/2012 to participate on 6th Annual Osteoporosis Symposium and operate at St. Grigor Lusavorich Hospital. He performed multiple pelvic reconstructive surgeries with anti-incontinence procedures.

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Invited to Kazakhstan for Medical Congress | 2012

On April 30, 2012, Dr. Badalian was invited to Astana, Kazakhstan to International Medical Congress as an expert in vaginal reconstructive surgeries to operate and give lectures. He was there with International team of expert surgeons from France, Germany, Israel, Russia and Ukraine. This was his second visit to Republic of Kazakhstan.

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Invited to the 5th International Scientific Congress | 2011

Dr. Badalian was Invited to the 5th International Scientific Congress as an expert in Urogynecology to perform and teach new surgeries in vaginal vault prolapse and urinary incontinence. He was there with Internationally known experts in gynecologic surgery: Dr. Mario Malzoni (Italy), Dr. Gerard Mage (France), Dr. Revaz Botchhorishvili (France), Dr. Michael Friedman (Israel), Dr. Peter von Theobald (France), Dr. Stefano Angioni (Italy), Dr. Vito Cela (Italy) .

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Invited to Armenia as Pelvic Surgery Expert | 2011

Dr.Samuel Badalian was invited as an expert of pelvic surgery to perform and teach the newest technologies in pelvic reconstruction and the treatment of urinary incontinence. He performed surgeries in two different Hospitals: St. Nerses Metc Hospital and Center for Mother and Child Health Protection (Margaryan Hospital).

Dr. Badalian participated on The 5th Annual Osteoporosis Conference in Armenia organized by Dr. John Bilazekian (Columbia University) and Dr. John Kanis (President of IOF, U.K.)

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Presentation at AUGS 32nd Meeting | 2011

Presentation at AUGS 32nd Annual Meeting in Providence, on the Efficacy and Safety of Single Incision Sling (MiniArc) after Failed Retropubic and Transobutaroe Mid-urethral Sling Procedures. Experience after 12 cases.

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Invited to Kazakhstan | 2011

Dr. Badalian was invited to perform vaginal surgeries and present series of lectures in urogynecology in Astana, Republic of Kazakhstan. He was there with Dr. Michael Friedman (Haifa, Israel)

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Recipient of the Golden Medal Award | 2010

In October 2010, Dr. Badalian organized the 1st Urogynecology and Female Urology Symposium dedicated to the 90th Anniversary Yerevan State Medical University. This worldwide symposium included faculty from the United States (Dr. Garo Tertzakian, Dr. Vatche Minassian), France (Dr. Revaz Botchorishvili), Israel (Dr. Michael Friedman)and Russia (Dr. Gevorg Kasyan, Dr. Vitaly Bezenar).

Due to the overwhelming success of this seminar, Dr. Badalian was awarded the jubilee Golden Medal of the University in recognition of his inestimable contributions and irreproachable work in the field of education, science, and medicine.

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Groundbreaking Vitamin D Study | 2009

Vitamin D and Pelvic Floor Disorders in Women: Results From NHNES data

In April 2010,  “Obstetrics and Gynecology” published Drs. Badalian and Rosenbaum study on the relationship between vitamin D deficiency and pelvic floor disorders.

The study revealed a clinical correlation between patients with a vitamin D efficiency and urinary incontinence.

The study found that higher vitamin D levels are indeed associated with fewer pelvic floor disorders. The authors concluded that the treatment of vitamin D deficiency in all women could improve overall pelvic muscle strength, decreasing the likelihood of problems like urinary incontinence.

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