Make sure to attend the following lectures led by SAGES members next week October 16th through October 20th at the ACS Clinical Congress! PS001: Maintenance of Competency for the Military Surgeon SSC03: Surgical Endoscopy: Essential Skills for the Gastrointestinal Surgeon PS106: Surgical Management of Upper Gastrointestinal Bleeding SSC05: Endoscopic Bariatric Techniques: Skills and Strategies for Mastering […]
SAGES is sad to report that past-president Ted Schrock has passed away at the age of 76 following a year-long battle with esophageal cancer. SAGES will post a full obituary in the coming days. If you wish to leave a message for Ted’s family please visit the Caring Bridge page set up in his honor.
SAGES President Talks Quality Benchmarks and Technology Dr. Rick Greene sits down with Brian Dunkin, MD, the immediate past president of SAGES to discuss new initiatives, contributions to the quality landscape nationwide and whether technology will get in the way of the human touch. Minimal Access Surgery in the Acute Surgical Patient Dr. Jonathan Pearl […]
SAGES 2017 MEETING Houston, TX March 22-25, 2017 Program Chair: Horacio Asbun, MD Program Co-Chair: Melina Vassiliou, MD Help Promote the SAGES 2017 Meeting! Download Promotional Slide SAGES 2017 from Society of American Gastrointestinal and Endoscopic Surgeons Visit sages2017.org
SAGES Congratulates Eric Etchill, Hasina Maredia, and Kristin Partain! To read the winning essays and to learn more about the award, visit http://www.sages.org/essay-series-sages-2016-medical-student-scholarship-award-program/. Here’s what our winners had to say on receiving a free registration to SAGES 2016: Eric Etchill University of Pittsburgh This award allowed me to attend the SAGES conference, where I was […]