SAGES Surgical Wiki Re-launch
SAGES launched a member-generated Wiki in 2010 and it quickly grew into a resource accessed by more than 2,500 people/month seeking advanced and accurate defintions of all types of minimally invasive surgery and diseases treated by minimally invasive surgery.
As part of the recent overhaul to SAGES web properties, the SAGES Wiki has been moved to a new home:
Message from the SAGES President
It is now about half-way through my year as President. It has been a busy time, reflecting the energy of SAGES and the commitment of its members to work on behalf of our favourite specialty society. We held a retreat and the mid-year Board meeting in Montreal on October 25-26. The retreat addressed several issues of critical importance to the future of SAGES. Let me use this forum to communicate a summary of our discussions. Read more...
George Berci Documentary Video
More than a year ago the Society of American Gastrointestinal and Endoscopic Surgeons (SAGES) and the SAGES Foundation commissioned a documentary film to be made about the life and medical innovations of Dr. George Berci.
“George Berci -Trials, Triumphs, Innovations” covers Dr. Berci’s life journey, from his time as a forced laborer during the holocaust, to his indelible impact on the face of surgery, through his unmatched contributions to the field. The film was written and produced by SAGES President-Elect, Dr. L. Michael Brunt. Read More...