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  • – Surgery

    Spotlight: Kathryn Taylor

    General Surgery Resident Dr. Kathryn Taylor was the first Stanford Surgery resident to participate in a formal international clinical rotation since the COVID-19 pandemic. We spoke with her about her experience and the motivations for participating in such an experience.

  • – Division of General Surgery

    Forrester Joins Editorial Board of Surgical Infections

    Dr. Joseph Forrester, an assistant professor in the Division of General Surgery's Acute Care Section, has been invited to join the editorial board of journal Surgical Infections.

  • – Surgery

    INSIDE: BIL Fellows Retreat 2023

    Stanford Surgery fellows were invited to a day-long retreat as part of the Balance in Life Program. This year the fellows spent the day in Redwood City along the shore.

  • – STAT

    What do new weight loss drugs mean for the future of bariatric surgery?

    Bariatric surgery's long-term outlook is murky, caught between competing visions of harmonious medical-surgical integration and potential obsolescence under the relentless pace of innovation. Dr. Dan Azagury is quoted.

  • – Surgery

    Dr. Staudenmayer Appointed Chair of ACS COT Systems Pillar

    Dr. Kristan Staudenmayer has been appointed Chair of the Systems Pillar for American College of Surgeons (ACS) Committee on Trauma (COT). Staudenmayer will also receive a seat on the Executive Committee as part of the role.