Kenneth Jeffery Carney, MD, PHARM, FACS

Top Georgia Urologist, Surgeon, and Innovator

best urologist doctor AtlantaKenneth J. “Jeff” Carney, MD, PHARM, FACS, had an extraordinary journey to become one of the nation’s preeminent reconstructive urologic plastic surgeons.

Unlike most future doctors, Dr. Carney began his career serving his country as an aviation artillery systems specialist in the Air Force and taking college night classes. Following an honorable discharge from the Air Force and graduation from Oklaloosa-Walton College in 1984, Dr. Carney earned a PhD in pharmacy from Mercer University in Atlanta in 1988, summa cum laude.

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Plastic and General Surgery Education

Dr. Carney attended Eastern Virginia Medical School after receiving his medical degree from the Medical College of Georgia in 1993, first as a resident in plastic and general surgery, and then in urology, where he became chief resident during his final two years. Just after he became a board-certified urologist, Dr. Carney spent his next two years as a fellow at the Roswell Park Cancer Institute.

Subsequently, Dr. Carney completed a two-year fellowship in Traumatic and Reconstructive Urology at the University of California, San Francisco in 2001 after concluding that oncology was not his greatest urologic passion.

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Chief Urologist Grady Memorial Hospital and Emory Professor

Dr. Carney joined the staff at Grady Memorial Hospital in Atlanta, one of the nation’s most revered Level I trauma centers, in 2001 and also began a 25-year vista as an Assistant Professor of Urology at Emory University.

Following two decades as Grady’s chief of urology, he honed his interest in reconstructive and trauma surgery.

In 2012, Dr. Carney founded a GURS[1]-certified fellowship in reconstructive and plastic urology and remains the program’s director to this day.

Since joining Rejuvall after leaving Emory, he pioneered a trio of significant discoveries within penis enlargement, including breakthroughs in penile lengthening, penis enhancement for obese and heavier patients, and an important “cannula-free” technology for non-surgical penis augmentation.

America's Leading Penile Augmentation Surgeon

Dr. Carney’s recent impact upon penile enhancements has been staggering, having created, or improved many of the enlargement techniques now offered by Rejuvall. He also helped make two important improvements at the same time to ExoSurge®, Rejuvall’s breakthrough therapy for treating Peyronie’s disease without surgery.

Simply put, Dr. Carney is changing the rules for cosmetic penile enhancement and rewriting what a good outcome looks like.

KENNETH JEFFERY CARNEY, MD, PHARM, FACS CURRICULUM VITAE

Name:

Kenneth Jeff Carney, M.D., Pharm.D., FACS

Office Address:

3193 Howell Mill Road
Suite 323
Atlanta, Georgia, 30327

Telephone:

Fax:

404-351-8420

E-mail Address:

Citizenship:

United  States Citizen

Current Titles and Affiliations:

Academic Appointments:

Clinical Appointments:

Other Administrative Appointments:

Previous Academic and Professional Appointments:

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Licensures/Boards:

Specialty Boards:

Education:

Postgraduate Training:

Military or Government Service:

  • Veteran, United States Air Force, Aircraft Artillery Systems Specialist, March 18, 1980 – March 18, 1984, Honorable Discharge

Committee Memberships:

National and International:

Consensus Committee on Genitourinary Trauma, External Genital Trauma Sub-committee, The 26th Congress Societe Internationale d’Urologie (SIU) Stockholm, Sweden, 2002, ICUD Consultation on Urethral Strictures Committee, Internal Urethrotomy, Dilations, and Stents, Sub Committee, The 30th Congress Societe Internationale d’Urologie (SIU), Marrakech, Morocco, 2010

Institutional and Local:

Consultantships/Advisory Boards:

Honors and Awards:

  • Honors Graduate, United States Air Force Technical institute Denver Colorado, 1980
  • USAF, Airman of the Quarter, 3207 MMS, 1983
  • UpJohn Award for Excellence in Research, 1988
  • The Sir William Osler Award for Excellence in Teaching, Presented by Graduating Class of 1995 Eastern Virginia Medical School
  • Tidewater Urological Society, First Prize for Clinical Research, 1997
  • Tidewater Urological Society, First Prize for Clinical Research, 1998
  • Multiple Letters of Commendation for “Excellence in Teaching” from General Surgery Program Directors (2001-present)
  • Emory School of Medicine Department of Surgery, Resident Rotation Evaluations, Residency Program, August 21, 2002
  • Emory University Hospital, Featured Surgeon of the Month, August 2006
  • Best Poster Presentation, Trauma and Reconstruction, AUA Annual Meeting 2008
  • Emory University Urology News, Featured Urologist Spring Quarter 2010
  • Emory University School of Medicine Department of Family and Preventive Medicine; Physician Assistant Program; Certificate of Appreciation and Recognition, 2017
  • Society of Genitourinary Reconstructive Surgeons (GURS): New Fellowship Match Program; Approved candidate for GURS Fellowship Director Emory University Dept., of Urology; November 12, 2017

Society Memberships:

Clinical Service Contributions:

Attending Urologist and Chief of the Urology Service at Grady Memorial Hospital, (July 2001-June, 2022)

  • Expanded Staff (Including 3 Advance Practice Practitioner (APPs)
  • Opened new Grady Urology Clinic in 2015
  • Opened New Grady Urology Procedure Suite in 2015
  • First Attending to Establish a private only clinic at Grady Hospital
  • Expanded Urology Clinical Services across all metrics i.e. increased patient clinic visits, surgical volumes, and wRVU’s.
  • First Robotic Prostatectomy at Grady Hospital Performed in 2017
  • Established Prostatic Artery Embolization Program at Grady Hospital
  • Increased Block Time and Faculty Support at Grady

Community Outreach:

General

  • Invited speaker, Delta Airlines/Delta Employees Lunch and learn Lecture on “Men’s issues – Prostate and Testicular Cancer”. Sept 23rd 2014
  • Invited Speaker, Delta Airlines/Delta Employees Lunch and learn Lecture ENCORE PRESENTATION “A More In-depth look into BPH and Prostate Cancer”,  Nov 14 2014
  • Invited Speaker, Georgia Power Employees Health Symposium Lecture on Prostate Health, April 2015

Media Appearances:

  • Minneapolis/St Paul, Minnesota; TOPIC:  The Cancer Men Don’t Speak of: Testicular cancer is the most treatable, yet least known of the diseases, Broadcast on Sep 23, 2006 5:07 pm US/Central, reporter Dennis Douda
  • (CBS 3) Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Health: Testicular Cancer; Broadcast on, Oct 27, 2006 2:15 pm US/Eastern, Stephanie Stahl  Reporting Olympic swimmer, 1 with gupta Seattle, Washington; TOPIC: Testicular Cancer Often Strikes Young Males, Broadcast on Thursday, November 9, 2006 at 06:14 PM PST; Reporter, JEAN ENERSEN / KING News,
  • CNN, August 2008, Olympic Swimmer Wouldn’t let Cancer dash his Dream, http://www.cnn.com/2008/HEALTH/conditions/09/08/shanteau.surgery/index.html?iref=nextin
  • TLC Medical Consultant, The learning Channel, Strange Sex, Season 2 Episode 9, “Losing My Manhood” Dec 2011 https://www.amazon.com/dp/B007O5NWG8/ref=pe_385040_118058080_TE_M1DP
  • CNN HLN, July 30 2012, Doc Excited to Watch his Patient Swim for Gold

Formal Teaching:

Medical Student Teaching:

  • Emory University, second year medical students, Clinical Methods Course, “History and Physical Examination of the Genitourinary System 4 to 6 courses Yearly, 2001-2007
  • Emory Haiti Alliance, (Formerly Emory Medshare), Urology Trip Director, for 4th year Emory Medical Student, Global Surgery Elective, 2012-2017

Graduate Programs:

  • Residency Programs:

General Surgery Junior Resident Core Curriculum Lecture, Genitourinary Trauma, 2002- June 2022
“Dr. Woods Teaching Round” General Surgery Senior Resident Conference, Genitourinary Oncology, 2005

  • Fellowship Programs:

Surgery Counsel on Resident Education (SCORE) Curriculum Module Lecture, Emory Senior Resident Lecture on GU Trauma “Bladder – Injury, Renal Injury, Ureter – Injury; Renal Injury – Repair” April 23, 2015

Other Categories:

  • Emory University School of Medicine, Physician Assistant Programs:

Disorders of the Prostate and Testicles, winter quarter, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 1 contact hour
Genitourinary Oncology, winter quarter, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 1 contact hour
Urinary Calculus Disease, Winter Quarter, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 1 contact hour

  • Emory Department of Family and Preventive Medicine Physician Assistant Program Lecture Pediatric Urological Concerns, September 8, 2015, Dental School Bldg., PA Classroom (Rm 298), 1 contact hour
  • Emory Department of Family and Preventive Medicine, Physician Assistant Program Lecture, Pharmacology of Urologic Diseases. Sept 17, 2015, PA Classroom (Rm 298), 1 contact hour
  • Vassar Brothers Medical Center: Premier Medical Group – 2016 Urology Teaching Day; Challenges of Urological Trauma; April 14, 2016; Wappingers Falls, NY, 1 contact hour
  • Emory Department of Family and Preventive Medicine, Physician Assistant Program Lecture Urinary Tract Tumors JUNE 7, 2016, 1 contact hour

Supervisory Teaching:

a) Postdoctoral Fellows Directly Supervised:

  • Hadley Wyre, MD – 2006-2011, Attending, University of Kansas Cancer Center
  • Gladys Ng, MD, MPH, 2014-2015, Assistant Clinical Professor of Urology, UCLA Medical Center
  • Paul Espy, MD, 2015-2016, Urologist, Wellstar Urology
  • Lindsey Hartsell, MD, 2016-2017, Senior Associate, Emory Urology

b) Other:

  • Robert Northway – Attending, Urology Austin, Austin, TX, 2000-2002
  • Casey O’Keefe – Attending Pacific Northwest Urology Specialist, Bellingham, WA, 2000-2002
  • Macros Perez-Brayfield – Associate Professor, Program Director, Urology Residency, University of Puerto Rico, 2000-2002
  • Thomas Chun – Attending, Wellstar Health System, Marietta, GA, 2000-2003
  • Charles Seabury – Attending, Virginia Urology, Richmond, VA, 2000-2003
  • David Scott – Attending, Scott and White Rock Prairie Clinic, College Station, TX, 2000-2003
  • Kenneth Hsiao – Attending, Intuitive Surgical, Walnut Creek, CA, 2000-2004
  • Anand Krishnan – Attending, Pediatric Urology, Kaiser Permanente, Oakland, CA, 2000-2004
  • Thomas Lendvay – Associate Professor, Director, Pediatric Urology Fellowship Program, University of Washington; Co-Director, Robotic Surgery Program, Seattle Children’s Hospital, Seattle, WA, 2000-2004
  • Brent Sharpe – Attending, North Georgia Urology Associates, Gainesville, GA, 2000-2005
  • Thomas Slabaugh, Jr. – Attending, Lexington Clinic, Lexington, KY, 2000-2005
  • Zachary Voeltz – Deceased, 2000-2005
  • John House – Attending, Plaza Urology Group, Chattanooga, TN, 2001-2006
  • Harry Rutland –  Attending, Georgia Urology, PC, Cumming, GA, 2001-2006
  • Chester Wilmot – Attending, Diagnostic Clinic Medical Group, Largo, FL, 2001-2006
  • Yaser Bassel – Attending, Urology Specialist of West Florida, Palm Harbor, FL, 2002-2007
  • Andrew Bullock – Attending, Palmetto Greenville Urology, Greenville, SC, 2002-2007
  • Nedra Hood – Private Practice, Atlanta, GA, 2002-2007
  • John Abbot – Attending, Georgia Urology, PC, Fayetteville, GA, 2003-2008
  • Ben Jessie – Attending, Harbin Clinic, Rome, GA, 2003-2008
  • John Tillet – Attending, The Urology Center of Colorado, Denver 2003-2008
  • Wayland Hsiao – Attending, Oakland Medical Center/Kaiser Permanente Oakland, CA; 2004-2009
  • Kate H. Kraft – Assistant Professor, Director, Pediatric Urology Residency Program, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor; 2004-2009
  • B. Scott McCowan – Attending, WellStar Medical Group, Atlanta, GA; 2004-2009
  • Kelly Healy – Assistant Professor, Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia, PA 2005-2010
  • John Lee – Attending, Covina Valley Urologic Medical Group, West Covina, CA 2005-2010
  • Kelvin Moses – Assistant Professor, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN; 2005-2010
  • Yasmin Bootwala – Attending, Arizona Urology Specialist, Scottsdale, AZ; 2006-2011
  • Bradley Figler – Attending, UNC, Chapel Hill; 2006-2011
  • Justin M. Watson – Attending, WellStar Medical Group, Atlanta, GA; 2007-2012
  • Jordan E. Angell – Attending, Chesapeake Urology, Westminster, MD; 2007-2012
  • Mohammad A. Jafri – Attending, Beaumont Hospital-Royal Oak, Beaumont Hospital-Troy, Crittenton Hospital Medical Center, Detroit, MI; 2007-2012
  • Brian W. Cross – Assistant Professor, Urologic Oncology, University of Oklahoma College of Medicine, Oklahoma City, OK; 2008-2013
  • John J. DeCaro – Attending, Kaiser-Permanente, Atlanta, GA; 2008-2013
  • Austin B. DeRosa – Attending, Blessing Physician Services, Quincy, IL; 2008-2013
  • Lindsey A. Herrel – Senior Associate/Clinical Lecturer in Urologic Oncology, University of Michigan; 2009-2014
  • Adam Shrewsberry – Attending, Tennessee Urology Associates, Oak Ridge, TN; 2009-2014
  • Michael D. Bryant – Attending, WellStar Medical Group, Marietta, GA; 2010-2015
  • Courtney A. Plattner – Attending, St. Luke’s Episcopal Hospital, Houston, TX; 2010-2015
  • Andrew Michigan – Attending, Urologic Associates, Savannah, GA; 2011-2016
  • Paymon Nourparvar – Attending, WellStar Medical Group, Marietta, GA; 2011-2016
  • Aaron Weiss – Assistant Professor, Dept. of Urology, Emory University School of Medicine, Atlanta, GA, 2016

Lectureships, Seminar Invitations, and Visiting Professorships:

a) National and International

  • Mekelle University, College of Health Sciences, Mekelle Ethiopia, 4th Mekelle Medical Education Collaboration, (MMEC) CME on Urogynecology-II, Sponsored by The World Wide Fistula Fund, June 2016
  • Mekelle University, College of Health Sciences, Mekelle Ethiopia, 4th Mekelle Medical Education Collaboration, Immediate and Delayed Management of Bladder Injuries, June 2016
  • Mekelle University, College of Health Sciences, Mekelle Ethiopia, 4th Mekelle Medical Education Collaboration, Management of Ureteral Injuries, June 2016
  • Mekelle University, College of Health Sciences, Mekelle Ethiopia, 4th Mekelle Medical Education Collaboration, Complex Reconstructive Urology, June 2016
  • Lecture to Emory 4th year Medical Students on Global Surgery Elective, “Management of BPH in 3rd World Countries” June 5th 2017, Hospital Bienfaisance de Pignon, Haiti
  • Lecture to Emory Medical 4th year Medical Students on Global Surgery Elective, “Traumatic Posterior Urethral Distraction Injuries in the Pediatric Patient: Management in 3rd World Countries. June 6th 2017, Hospital Bienfaisance de Pignon, Haiti
  • Visiting Professor and Grands Rounds Lecturer, “Pearls and Perils of Urinary Diversion Procedures in Children of Third World Countries: Social, Nutritional, and Stomal Issues” June 8th 2017, Hospital Bienfaisance de Pignon, Haiti

b) Institutional

  • Emory University Department of Urology, Grand Rounds, “Urethral Stricture Disease”, Dec. 2001
  • Emory University Hospital GU Nursing Staff, “Post-Operative Care of the Urethroplasty Patient”, Nov 2002
  • Emory University Department of Urology, Advances in Urology, “Urethral Stricture Surgery”, Dec.2002
  • Emory University Department of Anesthesiology, Grand Rounds, “Genitourinary Trauma”, Oct. 2003
  • Emory University/Grady Memorial Hospital, Trauma/Critical Care Conference: “Genitourinary Trauma”, Oct. 2003
  • Emory University Department of Urology, Advances in Urology, “External Genital Trauma”, Dec 2003
  • Department of Family Medicine Faculty and Residents, The Medical Center, Columbus GA, “Bladder Outlet Obstruction”, March 2004
  • Emory University Hospital OR Nursing Staff, Grand Rounds, “Foley Catheters and External Genital Trauma”, April 2004
  • Visiting Professor, Eastern Virginia Medical School, Fall 2004
  • Lecture to Emory University Medical Students, “Back to School Urology Practicum”, Urethral Strictures: Recognizing a Common Disease, Emory Conference Center Hotel, April 17th 2004
  • Emory University Department of Urology, Advances in Urology, “Balanitis Xerotica Obliterans: Reconstruction with Staged Buccal Mucosa Grafting”, December 2004
  • Emory University Hospital, Surgical Master Class in Pelvic Floor Reconstruction, “What’s new in Pharmacotherapy for Overactive Bladder”, April 2005
  • Emory University Hospital, Surgical Master Class in Pelvic Floor Reconstruction, “What’s new in Pharmacotherapy for Overactive Bladder”, April 2005
  • Emory University School of Medicine, Physician Assistant Program, Certification/Recertification Board Review Course, “Genitourinary Review”, September 2005
  • Emory University/Grady Memorial Hospital, Trauma/Critical Care Conference: “Genitourinary Trauma”, October 2005
  • Emory University Department of Urology, Advances in Urology, “Traumatic Posterior Urethral Distraction Injuries: Delayed vs. Acute Management”, December 2005
  • Emory University Department of Radiology, Grand Rounds, “VCUG’s, RUG’s and Cystograms”, December 2005
  • Emory University Hospital, Surgical Master Class in Pelvic Floor Reconstruction “Medications: What’s New and What Works”, April 2006
  • Guest Lecturer, DeKalb Medical Center, Grand Rounds for Departments of Medicine and Surgery, Update on Testicular Carcinoma, July 2006
  • Emory University Department of Urology, Grand Rounds, Principles of Fasciocutaneous Flap Reconstruction for Anterior Urethral Strictures, August 2006
  • Emory Northlake, Physicians Meet and Greet Seminar, August 2006
  • Emory University Department of Urology, Advances in Urology, Open Surgical Options for Managing Ureteral injuries/Trauma, December 2006
  • Emory University Department of Urology, Ureteral Injuries and Testicular Cancer Lecture, Emory University Residents, November 10, 2010
  • Emory University Department of Urology, Ureteral Injuries and Testicular Cancer Lecture, Emory University Residents, November 18, 2010
  • Emory University, AUA Urotrauma Guidelines, Emory Urology Advances in Urology CME course 2014
  • Grady Memorial Hospital, Lecture to Grady Memorial Hospital Neuro. ICU Staff, Grady Neuro ICU, Grady Memorial Hospital Catheter Associated Urinary Tract Infection Prevention and Management, April 2014
  • Grady Cancer Center of Excellence, Presentation on Prostate Cancer in 2014, Sept 12, 2014, Grady Trauma Auditorium
  • Visiting Professor, Rinker-Witherington Urologic Symposium, Medical College of Georgia Regents University, “Management of Ureteral  Trauma” Medical College of Georgia Regents University “When in is Fasciocutaneous Flap Reconstruction Indicated for Urethral Strictures” Medical College of Georgia Regents University “Intraperitoneal and Extraperitoneal Bladder Trauma: A Review” Medical College of Georgia Regents University “Saturday Night at Grady” Medical College of Georgia Regents University, September 19-21, 2014
  • Emory Department of Urology, Advances in Urology CME Course, AUA Urotrauma Guidelines, December 2014
  • Lecture to Haiti Surgical Society, Hinche, Haiti—-“Management of Complex Lower Urinary Tract Pathology”, L’Hopital Sainte-Thérèse, June 2014
  • Surgery Counsel on Resident Education SCORE Curriculum Module Lecture, Emory Senior Resident Lecture on GU Trauma, Bladder – Injury, Renal Injury, Ureter – Injury; Renal Injury – Repair, April 2015
  • Visiting Professor, Eastern Virginia Medical School, Department of Urology, Residency Graduation Ceremony, Norfolk, VA“AUA Guideline on Urotrauma”, and “Saturday Night at Grady, Urotrauma in the setting of Pelvic, Orthopedic, and Abdominal Viscera Injuries, June 7-9, 2015
  • Emory Department of Family and Preventive Medicine, Physician Assistant Program Lecture, Pharmacology of Urologic Diseases, September 2015
  • Emory Department of Family and Preventive Medicine, Physician Assistant Program Lecture, Pediatric Urological Concerns, September 2015
  • Trauma/Surgical Critical Care Fellowship Program Lecture, Guest moderator for Trauma/Surgical Critical Care fellowship program’s small group session, Genitourinary; Grady Campus Trauma and Foley catheters, January 2016
  • Visiting Professor, Vassar Brothers Medical Center, Urology Teaching Day, Pougkeepsie, NY, “Challenges in Urological Trauma” April 14th, 2016
  • Emory Department of Family and Preventive Medicine, Physician Assistant Program Lecture, Urinary Tract Tumors, June 2016
  • Lecture to Emory University Trauma Fellows at Grady Hospital; Lecture Grady Campus; Title: “Topic of the Week, GU TRAUMA”
  • Lecture to first year Medical students; Emory Campus; The Title of the Lecture was–“Dissection 14 –GI Organs, Kidney, Posterior Abdominal Wall, Diaphragm”

Invitations to National/International, Regional, and Institutional Conferences:

a) National and International:

  • American Urological Association Annual Meeting, Retained Penile Constriction Devices: Management and Complications, June 2001, Anaheim, CA
  • American Urological Association Annual Meeting, Penetrating Trauma Involving the External Genitalia, Presentation, Management, and Outcomes, June 2001, Anaheim, CA
  • Consensus conference convened by the World Health Organization and the Societé Internationale d’Urologie, Sweeden, 2003.
  • Faculty, American Urological Association, Course 77PG, Surgery for Urethral Stricture May 2003 American Urological Association Annual Meeting April 26 -May 01, 2003; Chicago, Illinois
  • Faculty, American Urological Association, Course 77PG, Surgery for Urethral Stricture May 2004, Annual Meeting of the American Urological Association, May 8 – 13, 2004, San Francisco, CA
  • Faculty, American Urological Association, Course 77PG, Surgery for Urethral Stricture May 2005, Annual Meeting of the American Urological Association, 
  • Faculty, American Urological Association, Course 77PG, Dr. Gerald Jordan Course director, Surgery for Urethral Stricture, May 2005, Annual Meeting of the American Urological Association, San Antonio, Texas
  • American Urological Association, Southeastern Sectional, Neoadjuvant and Adjuvant Colchicine Improves Internal Urethrotomy Outcomes in the Treatment of Recurrent Anterior Urethral stricture Disease, March 2006, Atlanta, GA
  • Faculty, American Urological Association, Course 77PG, Dr. Gerald Jordan Course director, Surgery for Urethral Stricture, May 2006, Atlanta, GA
  • Faculty, American Urological Association, Course 77PG, Surgery for Urethral Stricture May 2006 May 20 – 25, 2006; Atlanta, Georgia
  • Faculty American Urologic Association, 2007 Annual Meeting, May 19 – 24, 2007; Anaheim, California, AUA Post Graduate Course 090PG: Urethral Reconstruction (090PG)
  • Faculty American Urologic Association, 2007 Annual Meeting, May 19 – 24, 2007; Anaheim, California, AUA Post Graduate Course 090PG: Urethral Reconstruction (090PG)
  • Consensus Statement on External Genitalia  Trauma Subcommittee Faculty, American Urological Association, Post Graduate Course 77PG, Dr. Kenneth Anger Meier Course director, Surgery for Urethral Stricture, May 2007, Anaheim, CA
  • Faculty American Urologic Association, 2008 Annual Meeting, May 17 – 22, 2008; Orlando, Florida, AUA Post Graduate Course 090PG: Urethral Reconstruction (090PG)
  • Faculty American Urologic Association, 2009 Annual Meeting, April 25–30, 2009, Chicago, IL, AUA Post Graduate Course 090PG: Urethral Reconstruction (090PG)
  • Faculty American Urologic Association, 2010 Annual Meeting, May 29 -June 03, 2010; San Francisco, California, AUA Post Graduate Course 090PG: Urethral Reconstruction (090PG)
  • Faculty American Urologic Association, 2011 Annual Meeting, May 14 – 19, 2011; Washington, DC, AUA Post Graduate Course 090PG: Urethral Reconstruction (090PG)
  • American Urologic Association, 2012 Annual Meeting, Atlanta, GA, May 19-23, 2012 Faculty AUA Post Graduate Course 090PG: Urethral Reconstruction (090PG)
  • American Urologic Association, 2013 Annual Meeting, San Diego CA, May 4-8, 2013, Faculty AUA Post Graduate Course 090PG: Urethral Reconstruction (090PG)
  • Lecture to El Salvador Pediatric Surgical Society—“Staged Reconstruction for Complex Hypospadias”. Hotel Intercant San Salvador, Feb 2014
  • American Urologic Association, 2014 Annual Meeting, Orlando, FL May 16-21, 2014, Faculty AUA Post Graduate Course 090PG: Urethral Reconstruction (090PG)
  • American Urologic Association, 2015 Annual Meeting, New Orleans, Louisiana May 2016, Faculty AUA Post Graduate Course 090PG: Urethral Reconstruction (090PG)
  • American Urologic Association, 2016 Annual Meeting, San Diego, California, May 2016, Faculty AUA Post Graduate Course 090PG: Urethral Reconstruction (090PG)
  • Faculty, American Urological Association, Plenary Session, “Controversies in Urology: Grade 4 Renal Trauma Should be Managed Conservatively”,  American Urological Association Annual Meeting, May 12-16, 2017, Boston MA

b) Regional:

  • Society of Urologic Nursing, Annual Meeting, Genitourinary Trauma, Atlanta, GA, March 2005
  • Georgia Urologic Association Annual Convention, “Staged Urethroplasty for Urethral Strictures Secondary to Balanitis Xerotica Obliterans”, September 2005, Sea Island, GA
  • Georgia Urologic Association Annual Convention, “Pharmacotherapy for Overactiv Bladder”, September 2006, Sea Island, GA
  • Invited Speaker, Urology of Virginia, Norfolk, VA, Advances in Urology CME Conference, “Surgery in the Morbidly Obese Patient”, April 2015
  • Georgia Urologic Association, 2016 Annual Fall Meeting, St. Simon Island, GA September 2016, Urethral Stricture Disease: Lessons Learned, September 2016

c) Institutional:

  • Emory University Building C, Urology Grand Round, July 2014, “Other Narcotic Medications — Not Classified As CIIs — Available For Post-Operative Pain Control
  • Guest Faculty, Greater Atlanta Chapter of Professional Coders Regional Summit Friday September 12, 2014, Evergreen Conference Center – Stone Mountain, GA.” Difficult and Unusual Coding Scenarios as they Pertain to Urologic Injury”
  • Grady Cancer Center of Excellence, Grady Memorial Hospital Trauma Auditorium, Presentation on Prostate Cancer in 2014, September 2014
  • Georgia Power Employees Health Symposium, Lecture on Prostate Health, April 2015
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Abstract Presentations at National/International, Regional, and Institutional Conferences:

a) Regional:

  • Genitourinary Prosthetic Use Among Prostate Cancer Survivors Treated with Radical Prostatectomy. Louis A. Aliperti*, MD, Dattatraya Patil MBBS, MS, Christopher P. Filson, MD, MS, Lindsey M. Hartsell, MD1, Kenneth J. Carney, MD, PharmD, Martin G. Sanda MD & Akanksha Mehta, MD Submitted in 2017 for presentation at Montague Boyd Contest (SESAUA 2018), Orlando

Research Focus:

  • My past and current research is primarily focused on genitourinary trauma and urethral reconstructive Surgery. Specifically the use of buccal mucosa grafts and fasciocutaneous flap reconstruction for anterior urethral strictures.

Grant Support:

  • Previous Support:

Ritenour C (PI), Nieh P, Pattaras J, Ogan, K, Carney KJ. A double-blinded, randomized, placebo-controlled, multicenter study to evaluate the effects of rofecoxib in decreasing the risk of prostate cancer (ViP Study). Closed 2005 Grant

Bibliography:

a) Published and Accepted Research Articles:

b) Manuscripts Submitted:

  • K. Jeff Carney, Lorentz CA, Gerhard RS, Hugar L, Broecker J, Master V, Carney KJ, Pattaras JG, Open Prostatectomy for Severe Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia: Five-year Experience from Short-Term Surgical Trips to Rural Haiti, Department of Urology, Emory School of Medicine, July 30, 2017

c) Book Chapters:

d) Published Abstracts:

e) Manuals, Website Videos, Computer Programs

f) Other Publications:

  • Carney, KJ. Jeff Carney and Edwin Smith Make 7th Surgical Trip to El Salvador, Emory University School of Medicine, Emory Urology E-News, Spring 2016
  • Kimber Williams, Surviving the Unsurvivable, Emory Medicine, Interview: Kenneth Jeff Carney, Spring 2016

Contributions Not Otherwise Noted:

  • Carney KJ (PI), Tillett, J., Master, V., IRB ID #0982006, Analysis of Urethral Stricture Disease Management at our Institution
  • Carney KJ (PI), Master V, McCowan S, IRB ID 00002952, Radiographic Imaging Underestimates Upper Tract Urothelial Carcinoma at the Time of Cystectomy
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