The Division of General Surgery encompasses a variety of clinical procedures including gastrointestinal surgery, surgical oncology (covering breast, liver, pancreas, colon and rectal, and other cancers), bariatric surgery, minimally invasive surgery, trauma and surgical critical care, and colon and rectal surgery.
The Division is also actively involved in clinical trials and boasts active labs in cancer biology, breast cancer research, trauma/surgical critical care, nanobiology, and the genomics of hepatocellular carcinoma.
The General Surgery Residency Program offers seven categorical positions with two categorical tracks (5+2 or SASS) and two preliminary tracks (PGY1 & 2). Applicants can apply to one or both tracks. The Division also offers several fellowship opportunities including a breast fellowship, HPB fellowship, MIS fellowship, and surgical critical care fellowship.
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