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    Dr. Sox-Harris Selected for TIDIRH

    Dr. Alex Sox-Harris, an associate professor in the S-SPIRE Center, was selected as a faculty/mentor for the 2019 Training Institute for Dissemination and Implementation Research in Health (TIDIRH).

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    Dr. Bruckman Joins PRS

    Dr. Karl Bruckman will join the Division of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery (PRS) as a clinical assistant professor effective September 1.

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    Dr. Sox-Harris Appointed to NQF Panel

    Dr. Alex Sox-Harris, an associate professor in the S-SPIRE Center, was appointed to the National Quality Forum (NQF) Scientific Methods Panel.

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    Committee Shines the Spotlight on Staff Wellness

    New Stanford Surgery Staff Wellness Committee focuses on physical, mental, and social wellbeing year round.

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    Khosla et al Win Plastic Surgery Best Paper

    A paper by the Division of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery's Dr. Rohit Khosla et al received a Best Paper Award from the Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Journal.

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    Ears, noses and throats: New Biodesign fellows to innovate in otolaryngology - Scope

    The new Stanford Biodesign fellows — a group of physicians, business specialists and engineers, will address medical challenges in otolaryngology.

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    Q & A with Lieutenant Commander Jesse Bandle, MD

    Dr. Bandle joins Stanford Surgery for a one-year fellowship in Minimally Invasive Surgery (MIS) and Bariatrics at the Palo Alto VA.

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    New Surgery Student Club Puts the Focus on Writing

    “SWAT is a formal group of students, who discuss ideas and work together on various projects,” said Dr. Charlotte Rajasingh, a General Surgery Resident and one of the club’s co-founders. “We’re also able to formally bring in faculty to guide us as we are building our academic careers.”

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    Dr. Ross Awarded K01

    Dr. Elsie Ross, an assistant professor in the Division of Vascular Surgery, has been awarded a K01. The NIH grant will fund her proposal titled: Using artificial intelligence to enable early identification and treatment of peripheral artery disease (PAD).

  • – Stanford News

    Dr. Hawn reminisces about "A summer break to remember"

    Stanford faculty members look back at the memorable experiences from their college summers that helped shape who they are today.