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Surgery News


View the September 2020 accomplishments, discoveries, and recent presentations from the Department of Surgery at UT Southwestern.

Announcing New Vice Chair of Quality and New Chief of Surgical Oncology


The Department of Surgery is pleased to announce that John Mansour, M.D., has been appointed to the position of vice chair of quality in our department and that his role as chief of the Division of Surgical Oncology will be assumed by Adam Yopp, M.D.

Surgery News


View the accomplishments, discoveries, and research from August 2020 for the Department of Surgery.

New Fellows for 2020


Please join us in welcoming the incoming 2020 fellows to the Department of Surgery.

Department of Surgery Research Forum and Winners


Every year, the Department of Surgery hosts the Surgery Research Forum and Dr. Robert S. Sparkman Lectureship in Surgery as a platform to highlight the recent research accomplishments and ongoing work of department residents and medical students.

Chief Resident Graduation and Intern Onboarding: A Virtual Season


The Department of Surgery wishes the 2020 chief residents well during a virtual graduation and welcomes the incoming class.

New Division Chief Joins the Department of Surgery


Dr. Levi comes to UT Southwestern from the University of Michigan, where he was the director of the Burn/Wound and Regenerative Medicine Laboratory and associate director of the burn surgery service.

New President of ASE


Professor Daniel Scott, M.D., has been appointed as the 2020-2021 president of the Association for Surgical Education (ASE).

Dr. Hennessy Launches Nutrition Service Line


The nutrition support team brings together experts from surgery, medicine, nursing, dietetics, and pharmacy to coordinate care and nutritional support.

Dr. MacConmara Develops Organ Lab at UT Southwestern


Dr. Malcolm MacConmara, assistant professor in the Division of Surgical Transplantation, is leading the development of an organ research lab at UT Southwestern to address the shortage by increasing the number of viable livers suitable for transplant.