Holman Lecture & Research Day
The Holman Lecture Series and Research Day commemorates the life and accomplishments of Founding Department Chair Emile Frederic Holman, MD. Each year we showcase the depth and breadth of research by our trainees at poster and abstract presentations. Following the research symposium, all are invited to attend the Annual Holman Lecture.
About the 2018 Event
The 20th Annual Emile F. Holman Lecture in Surgery and 9th Annual Resident Research Day will take place on Friday, June 1, 2018. This year, the Stanford Department of Surgery welcomes Dr. Paul Cederna to the 20th annual Holman Lecture. Dr. Cederna, who is Chief of the Section of Plastic Surgery and Professor in the Department of Biomedical Engineering at the University of Michigan, will discuss engineering and surgical developments to optimize prosthetic rehabilitation for patients sustaining limb loss.
The Poster Session will be held in Blount Hall, while the Scientific Program and Lecture will be held in the Hauck Auditorium. Reception to immediately follow on the Fairweather Courtyard.