Congratulations to Dr. W. James Melvin on being awarded the 2020-2021 Resident Research Scholar Award! W. James Melvin, MD University of Michigan Project: Macrophage-specific Transforming Growth Factor Beta Receptor Stimulation Regulates Prostaglandin-mediated Inflammation and Improves Healing in Diabetic Wounds Dr. W. James Melvin, M.D. is a 4th year general surgery resident at the University […]
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Dear SUS Members, So much has happened since the 2020 Academic Surgical Congress in Orlando. As you know, the AAS and SUS leadership carefully examined the impact that the COVID-19 pandemic has had, and continues to have, on individuals and our institutions. We ultimately decided that the 2021 Academic Surgical Congress will take place on […]
Congratulations to Dr. Philip Spanheimer on being awarded the 2020-2021 Junior Faculty Award! Philip Spanheimer, MD Assistant Professor of Surgery UNC School of Medicine Division of Surgical Oncology SUS Member Sponsor: Ronald Weigel, MD Research Mentor: Charles Perou, MD Project: TFAP2C Regulates Estrogen Responsive Transcriptomic States in Luminal Breast Cancer Dr. Spanheimer graduated from […]
The SUS Leadership Agility Program, designed in collaboration with Kellogg School of Management, equips leaders to advance their careers in academic medicine amidst an ever-changing landscape. The program leverages Kellogg’s strength in meeting the unique design requirements of the healthcare sector … Read More about Leadership Agility Program
The SUS Mid-Career Academic Surgery Professional Development Course will provide personal guidance to develop your leadership skills and a road map for progression for aspiring leaders in academic surgery. The course is: Ideal for mid-career surgeons (5-12 years in practice) Limited to 50 … Read More about Mid-Career Course
We hope you will be able to join the AAS and SUS for an intensive course designed to support your successful attainment of extramural grant funding. The course is ideal for: Learning the essential elements of a successful research proposal and how funding agencies work. Obtaining an … Read More about Surgical Investigators’ Course
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