Collaborating for the Advancement of Interdisciplinary Research in Benign Urology

Annual CAIRIBU Meeting

Contact the CAIRIBU Concierge at for real time technical support during the 2021 meeting


Links related to concurrent CAIRIBU Interactions Sessions (Fri., Dec. 3, 4-6:00 PM Eastern):

  1. Building Psychologically Safe Teams (Betsy Rolland, PhD, MLIS, University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health). For additional information, see IDEAs in Action website HERE.
  2. Translational Teams (Allan Brasier, MD, Executive Director, University of Wisconsin Institute for Clinical and Translational Research). A link to PubMed page with Dr. Brasier’s publications on this topic is HERE.


  • Meeting Zoom link (both days) HERE
  • Day 2 Concurrent Session 2: Building psychologically safe teams with Betsy Rolland, PhD, Zoom link HERE
  • Day 2 Concurrent Session 3: Translational teams with Allan Brasier, MD, Zoom link HERE
  • Link to CAIRIBU meeting survey HERE


  • Detailed meeting program HERE
  • CAIRIBU meeting “welcome” slides (Day 1) HERE
  • Abstracts booklet HERE
  • CAIRIBU P20 Exploratory Centers – Summaries HERE
  • CAIRIBU U54 George M. O’Brien Centers – Summaries HERE
  • CAIRIBU KUroEpi K12 Programs – Summaries HERE
  • CAIRIBU KURe K12 Programs – Summaries HERE
  • “Meet the Pets” in the CAIRIBU meeting pet tournament HERE
  • CAIRIBU meeting scavenger hunt HERE
  • Download speaker slides HERE


  1. Katherine Amato, PhD (12/02/2021, 4:30 PM Eastern). The human gut microbiome and health inequities. PNAS 2021;118(25): e2017947118.
  2. Carl Kesselman, PhD (12/03/2021, 1:45 PM Eastern). Translating the grid: how a translational approach shaped the development of grid computing. J Comput Sci 2021;52: 101214.