Individualized Care and Outstanding Research Celebrated at Gallie Day

Building on the background of personalized medicine, this year’s Gallie Day theme was "Making It Personal: Individualized Care in Surgery".

The National Steering Committee on Resident Duty Hours of the Royal College produced their first report.
Russell Gruen, our Peter Crossgrove lecturer, prompted me to look back at my formulation of the normal process of linear thinking that leads from observation to decision-making.
Ben Alman, Vice-Chair of the Department of Surgery for Research and a distinguished paediatric orthopaedic surgeon and researcher, will leave the University of Toronto after 16 years of an exemplary career in academic surgery to join the faculty at Duke University as Chairman of the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery.
The Department of Surgery has received an unprecedented $2 million gift to establish a Brain Tumour Bank!
The new Director of the University Hand Program, Steven McCabe, plans to develop a coordinated system of hand and upper extremity surgery with the many excellent surgeons in the city.
Recognized for his contributions as a surgeon - educator at Gallie Day and at St. Michael’s Hospital, Bob Mustard will continue to study particle physics and operate part of the time with friends at North York General.
In Memoriam: Dr. Robert Elgie and Dr. Walter Waddell

Donation Helps Create the Louise Temerty Breast Cancer Centre

Successful Accreditation of All UofT Surgical Programs
Ian Taylor (Anatomy) received the Dr. Mary Hollington Teaching Award - Excellence in Pre-clinical Teaching

Robert Cusimano (CardSurg) received the Bruce Tovee Undergraduate Teaching Award

Hugh Scully (CardSurg) was awarded the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Commemorative Medal for outstanding contributions to health and health care

Subodh Verma (CardSurg) has been awarded two 3-year operating grants from the Heart & Stroke Foundation

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