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    Dr. Arash Momeni Appointed to WSRM Nominating Committee

    Associate Professor Dr. Arash Momeni has been appointed to the nominating committee of the World Society for Reconstructive Microsurgery (WSRM).

  • – Surgery

    2023 Staff Retreat

    On Thursday, July 25th all Stanford Surgery staff were invited to participate in the first department retreat. The retreat was held at California’s Great America Amusement Park in Santa Clara and planned by a group of volunteers.

  • – Stanford Medicine Magazine

    Initiatives aim to make the operating room sustainable

    Surgeons and anesthesiologists don’t want their jobs to harm the environment. They’re learning how to reduce, reuse and recycle in the OR. Plastic's Dr. Paige Fox and General Surgery Residency's Dr. Jaclyn Wu are both featured.

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    Drs. Gordon Lee and Ashley Titan Honored with Prestigious Teaching Awards

    Dr. Gordon Lee receives Arthur L. Bloomfield Award for Excellence in the Teaching of Clinical Medicine. Dr. Ashley Titan received the Arnold P. Gold Foundation Award for Humanism and Excellence in Teaching.

  • – Surgery

    Inside CSPS 2023: Stanford Surgery Recap

    The California Society of Plastic Surgery (CSPS) held its 73rd Annual meeting this past weekend in San Francisco. In addition to trainees presenting their research and faculty moderating panels, there were several extraordinary moments for Stanford Surgery.

  • – ACPA

    2023 Junior Investigators Award Winners - ACPA

    Congratulations to PGY6 Dr. Ruth Tevlin on winning the 2023 Junior Investigators Award in Basic Science from American Cleft Palate Craniofacial Association.

  • – Surgery

    Lorenz Will Serve as Next Vice Chair for Professional Development

    Dr. Peter Lorenz will serve as the Department of Surgery's next Vice Chair for Professional Development. Lorenz will take over from Dr. Sherry Wren who has served in the role for the past seven years.

  • – News Center

    Stanford Medicine surgeons perform rare abdominal wall transplant, first on the West Coast

    The 22-year-old patient had waited years for an intestinal transplant. At Stanford Medicine, a combined intestinal and abdominal wall transplant gave him an even better option.



    Stanford Plastics Chief Dr. Jim Chang joins University of Zimbabwe Professor Godfrey Muguti and Resurg International's Natalie Meyers on this episode of "A Shot in the Arm."

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