Gallie-Bateman & McMurrich Research Day 2011

Benjamin Alman with William Gallie in the background

The Department of Surgery staff, residents, postdoctoral fellows and students highlighted their extraordinary level of research productivity in all of our surgical specialties at Gallie Day.

The overarching goal of IME is to provide new professional standards for accreditation, education, and clinical care in urban, suburban and community settings.
Should surgical journals publish papers extensively linked to commercial companies?
Patients with massive bleeding are evaluated with immediate thromboelastometry in the Sunnybrook Trauma Program led by Homer Tien.
Driving cells away from the stem cell phenotype to make them sensitive to chemotherapy at the time of surgery.
Lee Swanstrom describes a new approach to residency training based on perspectives gained from the Minimally Invasive Surgery Revolution.
The new chair of Surgery answers questions about his ideas for the department.
On behalf of the Division of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, we would like to once again thank all of our guests for attending the Graduation Gala dinner.
Subodh Verma (CardSurg) was a co-recipient of the Dean A.L. Chute Award (The Silver Shovel) award, honoring his demonstrated excellence in overall teaching in the second, third and fourth years of the undergraduate medical program.

Mitesh Badiwala (CardSurg) received the Shafie S. Fazel Outstanding Resident Award.
Barry Rubin (VascSurg) was appointed Medical Director, Peter Munk Cardiac Centre

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