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Surgery Update - Leading the Way - Spring 2013 (full edition)


2013-2014 PGY 1 General Surgery Residents

Department of Surgery 2013-2014 PGY 1 General Surgery Residents

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Advances in Minimally Invasive Surgery in Pediatric Patients

The character of pediatric surgical diagnosis has not changed substantially, yet the number of operations performed in a minimally invasive fashion has increased.

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Congratulations to Chief Residents

Congratulations and Best Wishes to the Department of Surgery Chief Residents and Fellows.

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Department of Surgery Welcomes New Faculty

A brief bio of new faculty will be included in this issue and the September issue of "Leading the Way". Please welcome our new faculty.

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Dr. Yen Receives Society of Surgical Oncology Award

Tina Yen, MD, MS, Associate Professor, Division of Surgical Oncology, is one of two recipients of the Society of Surgical Oncology's James Ewing Foundation 2013-2015 Clinical Investigator Award for her proposal.

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Global Surgery and Children's Hospital of Wisconsin

In the United States, a society that spends nearly 10 billion dollars per year on cosmetic plastic surgery, it is difficult to imagine a place with no surgical infrastructure. However, this is the reality of life, and often death, in many parts of the world.

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Mark Your Calendars

Mark your calendars for upcoming events in 2013 and 2014.

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MCW-UWM Faculty Leadership Development Program

Earlier this year, the Office of Faculty Affairs, under the direction of Dr. Al Walker, initiated a redesign of the Faculty Leadership Development Program to focus on the challenges and skillsets needed to lead effectively in academic medicine.

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Patient Derived Pancreatic Cell Lines

Pancreatic cancer is one of the most lethal neoplasms, with an overall five-year survival rate of less than 5%. Despite progress in many other solid organ tumors, few therapeutic improvements have been developed for the treatment of pancreatic cancer.

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Surgery Class of 1982 Reunion

The Medical College of Wisconsin General Surgery Affiliated Residency class of 1982 had a 30-year reunion recently.

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Surgical Microbiology Research Lab

Translating Laboratory and Clinical Studies to Improve Patient Outcomes - 30-Year Mission of the Surgical Microbiology Research Laboratory in the Department of Surgery.

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The Oxford Experience

The "England Rotation" for MCW General Surgery Residents began in 1975. The genesis of this rotation is described by Dr. Lyle Henry, who was the first resident selected. During the next 23 years, 74 general surgery residents did six-month rotations at Oxford (Nuffield Department of Surgery), Warwick, and Exeter.

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We Care Fund Grant Recipients Announced

The Department of Surgery is pleased to announce its inaugural We Care Fund for Medical Innovation and Research faculty seed grant recipients.

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Who is the Quarterback?

Navigating the Complex Healthcare Environment

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