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    Brown Bag Presentation on March 27th

    Arthur G. Erdman, Ph.D., will be presenting a "UMN Medical Device Center Tour and Presentation.  Everyone will start in the Surgery Conference Room at noon.

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  • MEDSURG2 - Image 690x350 - 2015 Leonard lecture Chung Future of Surgeon-Scientist

    5th Annual Arnold S. Leonard, M.D., Ph.D., Endowed Lecture in Pediatric Surgery

    Join us on April 14th in 11-157 PWB at 7:45a.m. as Dai H. Chung, M.D. presents "The Future of Surgeon-Scientists".

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  • MEDSURG2 - Image 690x350 - Iaizzo Hibernation image

    From the lab to the north woods

    Professor Paul Iaizzo makes annual treks to northern Minnesota to visit black bears in their dens to assess their appearances, heart physiology, and take blood samples to understand hibernation and how that could help humans.

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Upcoming Events 

March 27th:

Brown Bag Event - UMN Medical Device Center Tour and Presentation

Tour and Presentation by Arthur G. Erdman, Ph.D.
Director of the Medical Device Center
Richard C. Jordan Professor and a Morse Alumni Distinguished Teaching Professor of Mechanical Engineering
 

March 31st:

Appropriate Placement of Patients

Presentation by Judith Eckerle, M.D.


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Watch recorded or check out upcoming Grand Rounds Presentations

Get the latest Weekly Conference Schedule for events of the week.

Latest News for the Department of Surgery

March 23rd:

600th surgery a milestone for Total Pancreatectomy and Islet Auto-Transplant Program

In late February, Surgeon Greg Beilman, M.D., scrubbed in for a surgery that in many ways was both routine and remarkable.

The surgery was routine because it was the 600th such operation University of Minnesota Health doctors and care teams have performed since we pioneered the procedure in 1977. Remarkable because it offers patients with chronic pancreatitis a new chance at a pain-free life.

Read the full article - M Health Blog


March 14th:

University of Minnesota Medical Center's aorta hot line saves lives -  Star Tribune

Hot lines have emerged for heart attacks and strokes — partly because they help hospitals vie to be the first choice for treatment — but this is a Twin Cities first for aortic conditions. “Within 5 to 10 minutes, we have all the ducks in a row,” said Dr. Gabriel Loor, a U cardiothoracic surgeon.

Other metro hospitals treat aortic conditions, but the U is considered a top center because of its specialists and inventory of grafts to patch up most any size of aortic injury.

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Surgery Patients

To schedule an initial appointment with any of our surgeons, please dial
612-624-5915 and ask for the surgeon by name. For more information on selecting a surgeon, visit the University of Minnesota Physicians website.

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