Learn more about the recent first annual Fibrodysplasia Ossificans Progressiva (FOP) and Traumatic Heterotopic Ossification (HO) Symposium at the University of Michigan, which brought together scientists, clinicians, and families.
"Under Dr. Mulholland’s leadership, the Department of Surgery offered several 'mini-sabbaticals' to select faculty to further develop their academic pursuits in a given area. I was granted an 8 week block free from clinical activity to work on writing a book on The Foundations of Surgical Ethics ."
The Faculty and Resident Launch Program within the Department of Surgery at the University of Michigan is a longitudinal program that implements a team-based approach to the mentorship of residents and faculty members.
Achieving and maintaining a diverse surgical workforce is essential to eliminate healthcare disparities in patient care, improve patient outcomes, increase innovation in health research, and cultivate future generations of surgeons.
In the first installment from an upcoming series of blog posts focusing on the Leadership Development Program, we will begin to tell the story of how this program was developed and how it has evolved over time.