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Guy Bogaert, MD, PHD

Editor

Guy Bogaert is University Professor - Urology and Chief of Paediatric Urology, University Leuven (KUL), Leuven, Belgium; he is Medical Manager- Medical Director, Ambulatory Surgery Center, University Hospitals Gasthuisberg Leuven, Belgium.

PLACE OF BIRTH: 
Hamme, Belgium

PRESENT TITLE:
Associate Professor - Pediatric Urology
Department of Urology, University Hospitals Gasthuisberg, Leuven, Belgium
Chairman: Professor Dr Hendrik Van Poppel

Medical Manager- Medical Director
Ambulatory Surgery Center, University Hospitals Gasthuisberg Leuven, Belgium

University Professor -  Urology
University Leuven (KUL), Leuven, Belgium

PREVIOUS TITLE AND TRAINING:
Residency and Junior Faculty - Department of Urology,  1985-1991
Klinikum Barmen, Wuppertal, Germany. Professor Dr. J.W. Thüroff

Clinical Instructor - Department of Urology, 1991-1994
University of California, San Francisco, USA. Professor Dr. Barry A. Kogan

Scientific Instructor - Department of Urology 1994-1997
Albert-Ludwigs University Freiburg, Germany. Professor Dr. H. Sommerkamp

EDITORIAL CONSULTANT :
European Journal of Urology
Journal of Urology
Turkish Journal of Urology
Brazilian Journal of Urology
Urologia Internationalis
Archivos Espaňoles de Urologia


 

The Role of the Editor
Professor Guy Bogaert was appointed as Editor of the Bedwetting Resource Centre on the recommendation of the EAU Executive Committee. He selects journal articles that have been previously peer-reviewed and accepted for publication in European Urology and other urology journals on Bedwetting and related topics, building a comprehensive collection of peer-reviewed content in this area.

The editorial independence of the resource centre is mandatory and recognized by the EAU and Elsevier.
The journal articles and other material published on the resource centre have been selected independently and without influence from Elsevier, European Urology Editors or the sponsor.

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The editorial independence of the resource centre is mandatory and recognized by the EAU and Elsevier.
The journal articles, videos and statements published on the resource centre have been selected independently and without influence from Elsevier, European Urology Editors or the sponsor and do not necessarily reflect their opinions or views.

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