Terry Axelrod on Lifelong Learning

The AO Foundation started Orthopaedic surgeon Terry Axelrod on his current path of continuing surgical education.

The cuts the Ontario government is proposing for the funding and delivery of medical services may jeopardize important gains we have realized in surgical wait-times and care.
Lifelong education can include coaching and a transition plan for retirement.
At the 38th Gallie Day faculty members reported on advances in diverse areas in regenerative medicine.
Marcelo Cypel and Shaf Keshavjee’s are trying to increase the lung supply for transplantation and to keep the waiting patients alive with new technology.
This year’s Palmer lecturer Michael A.Choti looked at hepatic surgery’s evolution.
The course co-directed by Darlene Fenech for 2nd year medical students has evolved as a highly evaluated bridge between basic science and clinical practice.
In Memoriam: Mrs. Peggy Lindsay, Tait McPhedran, Tom Morley and Sydney Katz

New Appointments: Dimitri Anastakis, Thomas Lindsay, Michael Tymianski, Andrew Dueck, Carmine Simone, Ian Witterick

It's official! The Princess Margaret Cancer Centre
Paulo Koeberle (Anatomy) and Katalin Szaszi (Keenan Research Centre) are recipients of NSERC 2012 Discovery Grant Awards

Keith L. Moore (Professor Emeritus of Surgery and former Chair of Anatomy) was awarded an Honorary Doctor of Science from Ohio State University in recognition of his lifetime of achievements in the field of anatomy and on the advancement of medicine. Celebrated for his over 60 years of teaching, Dr. Moore has lectured across the world to faculties and students on topics including anatomy, embryology and genetics.

Cindi Morshead (Anatomy) received a grant from the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada for her study “Promoting self repair by endogenous stimulation and rehabilitation following stroke”.

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