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  • "In a time of national redefinition and debate of healthcare policies, quality initiatives, and research funding, the Department of Surgery at Emory is adapting rather than reacting to change. We are accomplishing diverse goals in limited time frames, often splitting single objectives into clinical, research, educational, and quality branches." MORE»»

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Raymond Lynch presented a study at the American Transplant Congress which concluded that UNOS proposals to more evenly share livers on the basis of apparent need may instead increase waitlist mortality among already underserved populations. FULL STORY.

Barbara Pettitt has received two new awards that highlight her singular talents as an educator: the esteemed Evangeline T. Papageorge Distinguished Teaching Award and the Best Clerkship Director Award. FULL STORY.

The NIAID has awarded Emory transplant researchers $12.6M over five years to investigate improved post-transplant drug regimens for organ transplant recipients. FULL STORY.

Anatomy of the Male Pelvis, the newest app produced by CSAT, translates the depiction of the complex organization of the male pelvis into a concise, visually engaging, easy-to-use format for teaching, training, and consulting. FULL STORY.