Allan Goldstein, MD Lessons from the Neural Crest: How to Succeed in Academic Surgery The 2023 SUS Joel J. Roslyn Lecture featured a fascinating talk by Dr. Allan Goldstein, a Professor of Surgery at Harvard Medical School, Chief of Pediatric Surgery, and Surgeon-in-Chief at MassGeneral Hospital for Children. The lecture, titled “Lessons from the Neural […]
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Evidence-Based Life Hacks for Surgeons The SUS Presidential Session of 2023 was titled “Evidence-Based Life Hacks for Surgeons,” and it featured a panel of renowned experts from diverse backgrounds who are thought leaders in sleep deprivation, nutrition, and academic surgery. The session aimed to share their research and personal experiences on how to best integrate […]
Robert S. D. Higgins, MD, MSHA The Society of University Surgeons (SUS) created the prestigious Trailblazer Award (TA) in 2020 to recognize trailblazing individuals who have broken new ground in surgical research and innovative surgical thought processes. The inaugural TA winner was Dr. George P. Yang, a former SUS President who received the award for […]
Registration is now closed! 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 … 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) Designed to … Read More about Mid-Career Course
2024 AAS/SUS Surgical Investigators’ Course Sunday, February 4-Monday, February 5, 2024 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 … Read More about Surgical Investigators’ Course
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