Under the direction of Rana Pullatt, M.D., students learn the latest techniques using the da Vinci robot.
Residents become familiar with the full sprectrum of surgical disease in developing countries and grasp the special considerations for care in the OR during an international rotation in Cameroon.
Residents discuss their cases as part of the annual lectureship series.
The Department of Surgery Simulation Lab cultivates the technical and cognitive skills development of surgical trainees in an environment optimally focused on their education
The Horace G. Smithy Lectureship honors Dr. Smithy, a pioneer in the early days of cardiac surgery. On January 30, 1948, Dr. Smithy was a young Assistant Professor of Surgery at MUSC who made medical history by successfully removing scar tissue from a heart valve of a young, incapacitated girl who had been given but a brief time to live.
|W. Randolph Chitwood, Jr. M.D., D.Sc., FACS||Innovators and Innovation in Cardiac Surgery: |
Past, Present, and Future
|David R. Jones, M.D.||Current Management of Stage III(N2) NSCLC - canceled due to weather||2017|
|Vaughn A. Starnes, M.D.|
Opening Doors: A Surgeon’s Journey Over Thresholds
|Martin Elliott, M.D.|
10 Commandments for Safety in the Operating Room"
|Shafique Keshavjee, MD, MSc, FRCSC, FACS||"The Future of Transplantation: Personalized Medicine for the Organ"||2013|
|Lawrence H. Cohn, MD||"How to be a Safe and Effective Surgeon"||2012|
|Leonard Lee Bailey, MD||"Evolution of Infant Heart Transplantation"||2011|
|G. Alexander Patterson, MD||"Tribal Leadership in Surgery"||2010|