Accomplished transplant surgeon and surgical educator to lead training program in 2024.
Leading efforts to elevate surgical education at Washington University School of Medicine.
Research Administrator Appreciation Day recognizes specialists who manage research.
Washington University welcomes Drs. Niziolek, Panni, Martin, Datta, Brandt and Cullinan to the Department of Surgery.
General surgery resident recognized by American Association for Thoracic Surgery lung transplant research.
Patient Services Supervisor Deb Osborne reflects on her 30 years with the Department of Surgery and looks forward to what comes next.
Shaina Eckhouse received the award for her leadership in patient-oriented minimally invasive surgery.
Accomplished surgeon and educator to oversee training programs.
Two general surgery residents recently received international research fellowships. These highly competitive fellowships will support the residents during their lab time.
Renowned surgical educator to lead national organization.
Washington University breast cancer specialist honored in memory of renowned surgical oncologist.
Minimally invasive bariatric surgeon reaches personal milestone and continues life-changing surgical work at Washington University.
Washington University Lung Transplant Program reaches an impressive milestone at the start of 2023.
Many faculty and staff enjoy long, rewarding careers at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis. This year, three Department of Surgery staff reach a significant milestone in their length of service at the School of Medicine. Nancy Myers, Liz Nordike and Mary Quasebarth all celebrate 40 years at Washington University. Though their paths […]
Leading transplant surgeon Maria B. Majella Doyle, MD, MBA, receives international recognition as an RCSI Honorary Fellow.
Taras Lysyy, MD, MCh, is the recipient of the inaugural Matthew Gerdisch Arrhythmia Fellowship. Lysyy will be studying heart arrythmia and cardiac disease at Washington University.
General surgery residents refine minimally invasive surgical skills and compete at WISE and SAGES.
The Department of Surgery recognizes five- to forty-year milestones for over 100 staff members.
Tsuyoshi Kaneko, MD, recognized at Shoenberg Chair Installation ceremony.
Congratulations to the 41 Department of Surgery faculty recognized on the 2023 Castle Connolly Top Doctors® list.
The Surgical Prehabilitation and Readiness program is awarded the QUEST Award for its improvement of patient recovery by preparing them before surgery occurs.
Brian Rubin, MD, honored as recipient of 2022 BJH Medical Staff Association Lifetime Achievement Award.
HPB Nurse Coordinator recognized as first recipient of nursing award at 2022 Cholangiocarcinoma Summit.
Pioneer in peripheral nerve surgery recognized at annual meeting.
Ryan Fields, MD, recognized alongside Paul and Elke Koch and Kim and Tim Eberlein, MD, at distinguished professorship installation ceremony.
Transcatheter cardiac surgeon leads section with innovation in clinical, research and education programs.
General Surgery Residency Program Director Paul Wise selected to APDS executive committee.
Washington University welcomes Drs. Ebersole, Leigh, Spruce and Yeh to the Department of Surgery.
AAES Foundation award recognizes Brown’s investigations in new therapies for aggressive thyroid cancer.
Distinguished endowed chair recognizes Doyle’s vital role in transplant surgery.
Congratulations to the Department of Surgery faculty recognized on the 2022 Castle Connolly Top Doctors® list.
Washington University welcomes Drs. Al-Aref, Craft, Gul, Hayek, Holzem and Yu to the Department of Surgery.
Historic Division of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery to host 70th Annual Meeting.
John R. Caulk Visiting Professor Gerald Andriole, MD, and Justin J. Cordonnier Visiting Professor Mohammad Allaf, MD, visit the Division of Urology.
The Department of Surgery welcomes new Chair, John Olson, MD, and the Divisions of Cardiothoracic Surgery, Public Health Sciences and Urologic Surgery welcome new faculty.
Congratulations to our 2022 graduates, who will go on to become leaders in surgery.
This distinction recognizes the Weight Loss Surgery Program as expert providers in delivering specialty care.
Visiting professor and research presentations honor legacy of plastic surgery chair.
Eberlein delivers a reflection on the future of surgery and residents present annual awards.
Kimberly Berni, MD, and Jeffrey Glaser, MD, join Washington University Urology at Progress West Hospital and Barnes-Jewish St. Peters Hospital.
Graduating medical students recognize Michael Awad, MD, PhD, for his commitment to education.
General surgery residents volunteered with Surgical Outreach for the Americas to help patients in El Salvador.
The Department of Surgery at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis welcomes Neil Ermitano, DPM, as an assistant professor of surgery in the Section of Acute and Critical Care Surgery.
Barnes-Jewish Hospital is once again recognized nationally for excellence in mitral valve repair by the Mitral Foundation and the American Heart Association.
Timothy Eberlein, MD, shares how the Department of Surgery has led in reducing health care disparities and improving health equity.
Vicky Peck, RN, Patient Safety and Quality Coordinator, and Erica Traxel, MD, Associate Professor of Surgery, helped create a culture of safety in the Division of Urologic Surgery by developing a program to track ureteral stents.
Dr. Isaiah Turnbull, a researcher and surgeon at Washington University School of Medicine St. Louis, has received a four-year $1.5 million grant for his research on immunosuppression induced by burn injuries. This work is in partnership with the Military Burn Research Program.
General surgery resident Corbin Frye, MD, won the SAGES Top Gun competition for the second year in a row. Frye and his fellow residents hone laparoscopic skills at the Washington University Institute for Surgical Education.
The Department of Surgery’s Kristin Geile, RN, MSN, CCRC, was recently named a finalist for St. Louis Magazine’s 2022 Excellence in Nursing Awards.
Puja Kachroo, MD, has been named surgical director of the Center for Diseases of the Thoracic Aorta at Washington University School of Medicine and Barnes-Jewish Hospital. Kachroo is a leading expert in aortic disease and cardiac surgery.