Dr. Snow has practiced as a pediatric urologist at the University of Utah and Primary Children’s Medical Center. He has written over 66 original articles and 37 book chapters. He received his bachelor’s degree from Brigham Young University, his medical degree from the University of Utah, residency training from Indiana University, and fellowship training in pediatric urology from University of Pennsylvania at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia.
He has earned an Executive MBA degree from Pepperdine University (2003). He serves as the chairman of pediatric urology at Primary Children’s Medical Center where he has held that position and practiced pediatric urology for the last 32 years. At Primary Children’s Medical Center he was medical staff president in 1992 and was chairman of the department of surgery at Primary Children’s Medical Center in 1999. At the University of Utah in the School of Medicine Dr. Snow is a professor in the departments of surgery and pediatrics. He served as chairman of the University of utah Medical Group Finance Committee for many years.
The Western Section AUA is pleased to invite all members to join us in honoring Dr. Snow during the Member’s Business Meeting on Thursday, Oct. 27, 2016 in Kauai, Hawaii.
Dr. Snow is a past president of the American Academy of Pediatrics Section on Urology. He has served on national executive committees of the Society of Pediatric Urology and the section on urology of the American Academy of Pediatrics. He has been a invited speaker at many meetings and seminars including most recently at the national convention of the American Urological Association. He has been a visiting professor on several occasions including twice in Tokyo, Japan.
For the Western Section of the AUA he served on the Mile B. Wesson Essay Committee for years, as the Western Section’s Representative on the Journal of Urology Editorial Board for 6 years and currently as the Western Section Representative on the AUA Nominating Committee.
Dr. Snow’s clinical interests are in the fields of hypospadias, urinary reconstruction, ureteorpelvic junction obstruction, ureterovesical junction obstruction, vesicoureteral reflux, undescended testicle, hydrocele and outpatient urologic surgery. He is actively performing research to develop a non-invasive comfortable device to detect vesicoureteral reflux. The University of Utah has received a patent regarding this invention. Another research interest is in developing a device to measure core body temperature non-invasively.