The 2019 Emile F. Holman Lecture in Surgery and Resident Research Day commemorates the life and accomplishments of Founding Department Chair Emile Frederic Holman, MD.
From 11AM – 5PM, we will showcase the depth and breadth of research by our trainees at poster and abstract presentations.
Following the research symposium, all are invited to attend the 21st Annual Holman Lecture. This year, the Stanford Department of Surgery welcomes Dr. Melina Kibbe, chair of the Department of Surgery at the University of North Carolina. Dr. Kibbe will present: “Translational research: one surgeon’s journey.”
The Poster Session will be held in the Huang Engineering Building’s outdoor amphitheater, while the Scientific Program and Lecture will be held in the Mackenzie Room. Reception to immediately follow on the Huang Building’s 2nd-floor terrace.
Schedule of Events:
12PM Luncheon, Outdoor Amphitheatre
1PM Oral Abstract Presentations, Mackenzie Room
5PM Holman Lecture, Mackenzie Room
6PM Reception, 2nd-floor Terrace
David Chang, MD presents “Lymphedema: Surgery and Management”
Speaker: Laura Jones is the Director of Heritage Services and Special Projects. She is also the University Archaeologist and an Amy J. Blue award winner.