Registration is now OPEN for our virtual 2020 SBUR Annual Meeting! This year's theme is Cellular Interaction and Identities in Urologic Biology!

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 Attention Trainees!

The SBUR Trainee Symposium will be held on Wednesday, November 11, 2020 from 2:00-4:00 pm EST. To register and to view the speaker line up, please visit our SBUR Trainee Symposium webpage! 




Since its inception in 1986, the Society for Basic Urologic Research (SBUR) is committed to education, innovation, advocacy and excellence in basic urology research. SBUR is focused on promoting collaboration and dialogue between researchers and clinicians and providing a forum for dissemination of ongoing research and expertise in urological diseases.


 SBUR was organized to 

  • Provide a forum through the annual meeting for the presentation and discussion of basic, translational, and clinical scientific topics related to urology

  • Promote advocacy and the interests of urologic disease investigators with national funding agencies, industry representatives and academic institutions with regards to urology related research

  • Promote collaborations among member scientists and exchange of expertise between clinical and basic scientists

  • Develop educational forums concerning scientific advancements related to the field of urology

  • Serve as a resource for research information and expertise to clinical urologists through the American Urological Association and Urological societies worldwide.

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We offer four categories of membership to fit the professional needs of researchers of all levels, as well as a variety of benefits to fit the needs of each of our members.

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Official Journal of SBUR

As of 2017, The American Journal of Clinical and Experimental Urology (AJCEU) is the official journal of the SBUR. AJCEU is an open-access medical journal that publishes papers produced by SBUR members and other researchers.


Concordant miRNA and mRNA expression 
profiles in humans and mice with bladder 
outlet obstruction

Development of a murine intravesical 
orthotropic human bladder cancer (mio-hBC) 

DNA methylation in development and 

disease: an overview for prostate researchers