Faculty and trainees in the Department of Surgery at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis utilize novel perfusion technology to advance surgical care.
Leading efforts to elevate surgical education at Washington University School of Medicine.
Will Gerull, MD, selected for competitive grant to pursue research on surgical simulation and education as incoming WISE fellow.
Renowned surgical educator to lead national organization.
General surgery residents refine minimally invasive surgical skills and compete at WISE and SAGES.
Washington University surgical skills lab accredited and commended once again by the American College of Surgeons for top-tier education and programming.
ACS-AEI fellow Tiffany Brocke, MD, seeks to advance surgical education for the next generation of trainees.
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.
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.
General surgery residents at the Washington University Institute for Surgical Education get hands-on experience with the latest innovations in surgical technology during an introduction to robotic surgery training course.
Washington University surgery faculty and trainees are evaluating a new virtual reality laparoscopic skills simulator at the WISE Center.
Surgery residents come to the WISE Center for laparoscopic and suturing skills lab training this summer.
General Surgery residents gave a tour of the WISE Center and explained various elements of surgery during the BJC School Outreach and Youth Development’s 2021 Adventures in Healthcare Camp.
Britta Han, MD, MSEd, brings her passion for education to the WISE Center as an ACS-AEI Education Fellow.
Inaugural Simulation and Education Fellow Eileen Smith, MD, presents research at Surgical Simulation Summit.
The use of a compact, convenient real-tissue simulator allows residents at all levels to practice inguinal hernia repair skills at the WISE Center.
Awad recounts the growth of his career as a surgical educator, from beginning as a teaching assistant in college to becoming Director of the Washington University Institute for Surgical Education.
Remote and in-person training opportunities at the WISE Center create innovations in the world of surgical education.
Training with an Intuitive Single Port Surgical System at the WISE Center allows practicing physicians to hone their skills on one of the newest innovations in robotic surgery.
The WISE Center reopens for surgical skills labs July 27. Learn more about WISE’s offerings and the measures being taken to provide trainees the best in robotic, laparoscopic and open surgery skills training.
The WISE Center now offers residents virtual training opportunities for laparoscopic and open surgery skills.
Operating room nursing staff recently attended a WISE Robotic Skills Lab to work with brand-new robots and simulators.
The WISE Center offers a variety of surgical skills training through simulators, labs and courses.