Join us Thursday, July 28th at 5PM Pacific to learn about the Department of Surgery at Stanford University and our Residency Programs. This 1.5-hour program will offer attendees the opportunity to hear from current residents and Department leadership.
- Learn about our Department’s values, the facilities where our residents train, how leaders of surgical societies train our residents to become leaders themselves, and the innovative spirit flowing in our groundwater.
- Mini presentations on clinical /operative experience, research opportunities, our differentiated educational curriculum, and wellness program.
- Breakout session with Program Directors from each of our programs.
FRIDAY, AUGUST, 19, 2022 @ 11:59 PM ET
PLEASE NOTE THAT CASE REPORTS MAY NOT BE SUBMITTED FOR CONSIDERATION AT THE 18TH ANNUAL ACADEMIC SURGICAL CONGRESS MEETING
NOTE: ALL content authors are required to disclose any financial relationship(s) with an ACCME-defined ineligible company (‘industry’). Also, no content author may be an owner or employee of an ineligible company.
Important Notice: Given our record-breaking abstract submission numbers over the past few years-and in order to maximize the number of participants in the ASC – we will continue to limit the number of abstracts that an individual may present to TWO. There is no limit to the number of abstracts that may be submitted, and if more than two abstracts are accepted the highest scoring abstract will be selected for presentation. Please note that there is no limit on the number of abstracts an individual may be listed as an author on.
If you have any questions, please contact the ASC office:
For all TECHNICAL questions regarding submitting an abstract, please open a support ticket here
For questions regarding abstract submission policies, please contact:
✉ ASC Abstract Management Team
☎ 310.986.6444 x 118
The residents are taking over the department’s social media accounts!
February 23-26, 2023
The Fairmont Chateau Whistler
Whistler, BC, Canada
Presented by: Cintia Kimura, Postdoctoral Scholar, General Surgery, Stanford University.
Talk Title: ” Introducing Plant-Based Diets for Patients Recovering From Colorectal Surgery.”
Bio: Dr. Kimura completed her training in colorectal surgery in Sao Paulo, Brazil. She is a postdoc in the Department of Surgery and her research focuses on the effect of different diets on the gut microbiome of patients undergoing colorectal surgery. She studies coaching interventions to help patients prepare and recover from colorectal surgery.