Dr. Pat Fulgham, a urologist and prostate cancer survivor, will discuss different tests for identifying men at increased risk for prostate cancer, address the disparities in outcomes for men of Black ethnicity and provide updates on new technology and treatments for prostate cancer.
2:00-2:45 Reception and exhibits
2:45-2:55 Welcome, Chris Arnold
2:55-3:00 Senior Pastor S. Michael Greene
3:05-3:45 "Prostate Cancer Perspectives and Recommendations
from a Survivor and Surgeon" Pat Fulgham, MD
3:45-4:00 Closing remarks, Chris Arnold
Dr. Pat Fulgham is a Board-Certified Urologist who practiced for 35 years at Texas Health Presbyterian Dallas treating thousands of prostate cancer patients and ultimately becoming a prostate cancer survivor himself. Dr. Fulgham graduated from Texas A & M and received his medical and urology training at UT Southwestern. Dr. Fulgham is Director of Clinical Trials for a partnership between Mary Crowley Cancer Research Center and Urology Clinics of North Texas. His focus is on cancers of the urinary tract including prostate, bladder, and kidney. He is an editor and reviewer for the World Journal of Urology. Dr. Fulgham established a non-profit foundation in 2001 with a focus on educating the community about prostate cancer serves as president.
Since 1996, Chris has been an integral part of the NBA’s 2011 World Champion Dallas Mavericks broadcast team. First serving for eight years as their courtside analyst for Fox Sports Southwest and currently since 2005, serving as the Mavs game night Emcee. In addition to his Mavericks correspondence, his television experience included five years working as a sports reporter at ABC affiliate WFAA TV in Dallas. Chris’ work garnered an Emmy. In 2019 Chris became the only journalist inducted into the Texas Black Sports Hall of Fame. In 2020 He was inducted to the Texas Radio Hall of Fame.
In May of 2023, Pastor Greene embarked on a new chapter as the 15th pastor of 159-year old Mount Pisgah Missionary Baptist Church, affectionately known as “The Rock” in Richardson, TX. He humbly wears the title of being “the newest pastor of the oldest African American church in Dallas County.” His genuine love for people of all ages and appreciation for the church’s rich history have connected him deeply with the congregation of Mount Pisgah. Education has played a significant role in Pastor Greene’s growth and development. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in English from the University of Texas at Arlington and a Master of Arts in Theological Studies from Dallas Baptist University. Currently, he is pursuing a Ph.D. in Leadership Studies with a concentration in ministry from Dallas Baptist University.