Please join us in welcoming our new faculty members to the UT Southwestern Department of Surgery.
The general surgery residents recently took the ABSITE (American Board of Surgery In-Training Exam), which is designed to assess their progress as residents. In preparation for the exam, residency Associate Program Director Deborah Farr, M.D., put the residents through rounds of “Jeopardy.”
PGY 3 Freda Ready, M.D., shares a story about an experience she had with the academic global surgery fellowship. Dr. Ready gave a grand rounds presentation about her experiences in September of last year.
We are pleased to announce that Herbert J. Zeh, III, M.D., has been appointed as the next chair of the Department of Surgery.
Find out more about Michael Dellinger, M.D., and the Dellinger lab including current research and goals for 2018.
At UT Southwestern, third-year medical students develop their research skills by devoting 12 weeks to a scholarly activity rotation. This rotation is a valuable part of the curriculum and helps students engage with faculty.
A focus on education improves patient satisfaction and reduces readmission. Joselin Anandam, M.D. created two clinics to address the needs of ostomy and IBD patients.
U.S. News & World Report recently named William P. Clements Jr. University Hospital and Zale Lipshy University Hospital as the top medical facilities in the Dallas / Fort Worth area, beating out a number of other major hospital systems in the Metroplex.
Research resident Audra Clark is serious about burnout. In fact, Dr. Clark’s concern for the well-being of her fellow residents prompted her to form the General Surgery Resident Wellness Committee, a resident-run group that advocates for health initiatives that prevent burnout.
Benjamin Schneider, M.D., FACS, has joined UT Southwestern Medical Center as the section head of bariatric surgery.