The Department of Surgery faculty members strive to share their research with the public. Faculty members speak with news organizations and contribute content to help educate the public about cancer and chronic disease prevention.
Recent news announcements from the Department of Surgery including faculty research and accomplishments, as well as community education information.
13th Annual Anderson-Newton Lectureship in Transplantation
Robert A. Montgomery, MD, PhD, Director of Langone Transplant Institute at New York University, delivers 2022 Anderson-Newton Lecture.
Researchers Seek to Improve How Patients and Care Teams Make Decisions
Center for Collaborative Care Decisions’ inaugural bootcamp attracts international audience to address shared decision making.
Rubin Receives Lifetime Achievement Award
Brian Rubin, MD, honored as recipient of 2022 BJH Medical Staff Association Lifetime Achievement Award.
Hemmer Receives Cholangiocarcinoma Oncology Nurses of Excellence Award
HPB Nurse Coordinator recognized as first recipient of nursing award at 2022 Cholangiocarcinoma Summit.
A Helping Hand: Carmen’s Story
A rare disease nearly cost Carmen her hands, until she met microvascular surgeon Mitchell Pet, MD.
Mackinnon Receives Prestigious Award from American Society of Plastic Surgeons
Pioneer in peripheral nerve surgery recognized at annual meeting.
Fields Honored as First Kim and Tim Eberlein Distinguished Professor
Ryan Fields, MD, recognized alongside Paul and Elke Koch and Kim and Tim Eberlein, MD, at distinguished professorship installation ceremony.
Kaneko Named Chief of Cardiac Surgery
Transcatheter cardiac surgeon leads section with innovation in clinical, research and education programs.
Nicholas T. Kouchoukos Research Day 2022
Cardiothoracic trainees present research and visiting professor delivers lecture at annual Kouchoukos Research Day.
Atrial Fibrillation at a Glance
A healthy heart is essential to overall health and wellbeing, and an irregular heartbeat can be an early warning sign of complications down the line.