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In the Loupes: Surgery in Africa

In the Loupes: Surgery in Africa

Published: May 15th, 2013

        By Tomas Martin, M.D. Professor of surgery When you think of Africa, you probably think of jungles, lions, monkeys, gazelles, elephants and wide-open savannahs. What you […]

In the Loupes: A ride into a new adventure

Published: Aug 27th, 2012

A ride into a new adventure           By Georgios Rossidis, M.D. Assistant professor of surgery “Time out. This is patient …” It is early July 2012. […]

In the Loupes: Veteran Benefits

Published: Jul 9th, 2012

Veteran Benefits         By Anthony McDonald, M.D. Assistant professor of surgery Five years have gone by in a heartbeat. Perhaps appropriately, I joined the general surgery staff […]

In the Loupes: Women in surgery

Published: Apr 20th, 2012

By Emina Huang, M.D. Associate professor of colorectal surgery With increased choices regarding health-care providers, there continues to be a paucity of women surgeons in academic health centers. Though women […]

In the Loupes: ‘This is what I am meant to do’

In the Loupes: ‘This is what I am meant to do’

Published: Mar 28th, 2012

By Alex Cuenca, M.D. Though I’m not sure how I exactly got where I am today, I could probably trace it back to my father. In 1980, we lived in […]