Brian J. Linder, M.D., has a research interest in pelvic organ prolapse, urinary incontinence and hematuria.
- Surgical outcomes. Including procedure comparisons, clinical outcomes and quality improvement.
- Epidemiology. Including longitudinal patient management, clinical outcomes and predictive factors.
- Urinary incontinence. Including the development of novel treatments and techniques for symptom management.
Significance to patient care
Dr. Linder's research contributes to better clinical management and surgical outcomes for women with pelvic floor disorders.
- Grant recipient for research on opioid use following pelvic organ prolapse surgery, Mayo Clinic Values Council Research Committee, 2017
- Grant recipient for research comparing the use of pessaries and surgery for pelvic organ prolapse, American Urogynecologic Society, Pelvic Floor Disorders Research Foundation, 2016
- Recipient, Axel Ingelman-Sundberg Award, International Urogynecologic Association annual meeting, 2016
- Recipient, Traveling Fellowship Award for best manuscript, North Central Section of the American Urological Association, 2015
- Overall Best Abstract, European Association of Urology Annual Meeting, 2013