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    DSI 2.0 Selects Dr. Alobuia

    Dr. Wilson Alobuia has been selected to participate in the Diverse Surgeons Initiative (DSI) 2.0.

  • – Surgery

    Dr. Foster Wins AWS Outstanding Resident Award

    Dr. Deshka Foster has been selected as the recipient of the 2022 Dr. Hilary Sanfey Outstanding Resident Award by the Association of Women Surgeons (AWS).

  • – Surgery

    Dr. Foster Awarded 2nd SPARK Grant

    Dr. Deshka Foster, a Chief Resident in the General Surgery Residency program, has been awarded her second grant from the SPARK Translational Research Program.

  • – Surgery

    Dr. Delitto Receives Damon Runyon Clinical Investigator Award

    Dr. Dan Delitto has received the Damon Runyon Clinical Investigator Award. Dr. Delitto will receive $600,000 over the course of three years to pursue novel immunotherapeutic approaches to fibrotic tumors, particularly pancreatic cancer.

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    Dr. Eisenberg Receives ASMBS Award

    Dr. Dan Eisenberg received the Distinguished Service Award from the American Society for Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery.

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    Dr. Taylor Wins 2022 ACS Excellence in Research Award

    Resident Dr. Kathryn Taylor won Excellence in Research Award from the American College of Surgeons.

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    Dr. Poultsides Joins Annals of Surgery Editorial Board

    Dr. George Poultisdes has been asked to join the Annals of Surgery Editorial Board. Dr. Poultsides was added to the board both due to his expertise in specific content areas as well as his track record of service to the journal wrote Editor-in-Chief Dr. Keith D. Lillemoe.

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    Dr. Lee Receives CIF grant

    Dr. Byrne Lee has received a $50,000 intramural grant from Stanford's Cancer Center Clinical Innovation Fund.

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    Scrubcast Features Dr. Wren on Inaugural Episode

    In the first episode of Scrubcast, Dr. Sherry Wren guest stars and discusses her original investigation published in JAMA Network Open titled "Trends in US Surgical Procedures and Health Care System Response to Policies Curtailing Elective Surgical Operations During the COVID-19 Pandemic.”

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    Dr. Dawes Receives KL-2 Award

    Dr. Aaron Dawes has received a KL-2 Mentored Career Development Award from NIH. The award supports faculty for activities related to the development of a successful clinical and translational research career.