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A native of Connecticut, Dr. Poch entered Brown University as an undergraduate in the Program of Liberal Medical Education. He graduated with a BA in Biology from Brown University and went on to complete medical school at Brown Medical School. He stayed in Providence, Rhode Island at Brown University to complete his urology residency training. After residency he moved to Buffalo, New York to complete a Society for Urologic Oncology accredited urologic oncology fellowship at Roswell Park Cancer Institute. His clinical interests include bladder, kidney and prostate cancer with an emphasis on minimally invasive surgery and robotics. He is a reviewer for numerous professional journals, and is published in many peer-reviewed journals and has authored multiple book chapters on urologic oncology and robotics. He has lectured at national and international meetings. In addition, he currently sits on the National Comprehensive Cancer Network panel for prostate cancer early detection. Dr. Poch's research interests include health-related quality of life outcomes after oncologic surgery with a focus on post-operative body image and mental health assessments. Additional research interests include immunotherapy for bladder cancer, specifically evaluating the potential growth and expansion of tumor infiltrating lymphocytes. Dr. Poch is significantly involved in medical education at the University of South Florida and Moffitt Cancer Center. He is director of the Advanced Genitourinary Oncology elective for the medical school and is an integral part of the training for both the residents and Society for Urologic Oncology fellows.
Education & Training
Title: Development of Adoptive T-Cell Therapy in Bladder Cancer Incorporating Patient-Specific Tumor Microenvironment
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