Top Gun Competition
The Massachusetts Chapter ACS congratulates the 2022 Top Gun Competition Winners:
UMass Memorial Medical Center
To Gun Team Winners: Coach: John J. Kelly, Participants: Dallas Walter, Sebastian Chung, and Edward Kim – with Top Gun Chair, Dr. Jennifer Davids.
Thank you to our industry partners at Applied Medical, Ethicon, and Intuitive for their in-kind equipment support of the Top Gun Competition.
The Massachusetts Chapter ACS congratulates the 2022 Survivor Team Winners, with dual winners this year: Justin Grecco of Lahey Hospital & Medical Center and Karan Chhabra of Brigham & Women’s Hospital.
2022 Survivor Game Winners –Pictured from left to right: Justin Grecco, Survivor Host Dr. George Velmahos, and Karan Chhabra.
Participating programs will be asked to send 1 senior resident representative to the meeting. Five participants will be randomly selected to participate. Those not selected will sit on an expert panel that can overrule audience votes. Dr. George Velmahos of Massachusetts General Hospital, our host, lead the teams through the various rounds of questions, where then the audience will vote participants off the "Island" with an audience response system through their smart phones.
|Commission on Cancer:|
|Alexander Hu, MD
"Colorectal Cancer-Associated Myofibroblasts Exhibit Enhanced Angiogenin Expression and Signaling via the PLXNB2 Receptor"
|Carly Wareham, MD
"The Adoption of Oncoplastic Surgery: Is There a Learning Curve?"
|Commission on Trauma:|
"Routing Kinetics of Human Immunoglobulin G after Transamniotic Fetal Immunotherapy (TRAFIT) in a Rodent Model"
|Basic Science Poster:|
"Secretory IgA Kinetics in a Healthy Model of Transamniotic Fetal Immunotherapy (TRAFIT)"
"Procedure-level Misutilization of Antimicrobial Prophylaxis in Pediatric Surgery: Implications for Improved Stewardship and More Effective Infection Prevention"
"Feasibility and Acceptance of a Tele-Trauma Surgery Consult Service to Rural and Community Hospitals: A Pilot Study"
|JOSEPH MURRAY RESIDENT RESEARCH BASIC SCIENCE ORAL:
In memory of Dr. Joseph E. Murray who conducted the world's first successful organ transplant and received the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine in 1990.
"Sleeve Gastrectomy Increases Colitis-Associated Colon Tumor Growth Independent of Diet"
|Sponsor A Resident Program MC-ACS Member Contributors|
Peter S. Hopewood
John J. Kelly
Pardon R. Kenney
Kevin P. Moriarty
Emily K. Nes
Marc S. Rubin
Jacqueline J. Wu
The Massachusetts Chapter of the American College of Surgeons wishes to recognize and thank the following companies for their monetary commercial support that contributed to the success of the 69th Annual Meeting!
Karl Storz Endoscopy
Olympus America Inc.
W.L. Gore & Associates