Surgical Clinical Trials Office is in the Spotlight. Read more on the team whose approach to the management side of clinical research ensures that researchers themselves do not have to handle administrative, compliance and financial tasks but can instead concentrate on research.
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The Department of Surgery welcomes seven new general surgery categorical residents. Congratulations to this highly accomplished group of future surgeons and leaders in academic surgery. We look forward to their arrival as the intern class in June.
PGY-1 General Surgery Categorical and Rural Residents 2019-2020 Academic Year
Jessica Diaz - University of Minnesota Medical School
Sayeed Ikramuddin, MD, MHA, Chair of the Department of Surgery, has created a new research infrastructure to provide increased resources and a single source for research related support with the creation of a new office named - Surgery Research Support Services. This new research entity is tasked with providing researchers with a one-stop resource, supporting them throughout the research life cycle - from concept - to post award reporting requirements. Surgery Research Support Services will now provide a singular point of contact for those DOS faculty, post-docs, fell
Todd Tuttle, MD has been appointed Vice Chair of Global Surgery and Disparities. In this role he will seek to develop an academic global surgery program that will promote clinical service, research, and education in resource-limited communities globally and in the United States (especially within the Indian Health Service). He will continue his previous clinical practice and research activities, but will step down as Chief of the Division of Surgical Oncology.
Donovan Hess, MD awarded the Masonic Mission Award. Dr. Hess was nominated for this award by the parents of two of his patients. Read more from the nomination letter: