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April 4, 2014

Going Global: India

Collaboration with Apex Trauma institute AIIMS New Delhi, India

December 6, 2013

Coller Surgical Society’s 59th Annual Meeting

In October, the Frederick A. Coller Surgical Society gathered in Ann Arbor to celebrate its 59th annual meeting – and commemorated the event with a group portrait. The photograph was taken after a day of scientific lectures from physicians and researchers.

June 25, 2013

Blood Work

The Department of Surgery at the University of Michigan Health System has a long tradition of supporting surgeon-scientists in shaping the future of medicine through discovery — and nowhere is that more evident than at U-M’s Conrad Jobst Vascular Surgery Research Laboratories.

June 25, 2013

Buying Time

The U-M’s new chief of general surgery seeks to extend the window of opportunity for treatment of traumatic injuries

June 25, 2013

Remembering Herbert Sloan, M.D.

The University of Michigan Health System community is mourning the loss of Herbert E. Sloan, M.D., who passed away May 17 in Chelsea, Michigan, at the age of 98

June 25, 2013

Turning Loss Into Life

Paula Wiggins, of Cincinnati, lost her husband to esophageal cancer in 2008. Since then, not only has the family raised money for research into the early detection and treatment of the largely unknown disease, but their fundraising events may be helping to save lives more directly.

Dr. Michael W. Mulholland
March 26, 2013

A Letter from the Chair

For your reading pleasure, please also enjoy the spring issue of In The Loupes , the Department of Surgery’s regular newsletter.

March 25, 2013

Department of Surgery helps to inspire the doctors of tomorrow

Detroit’s Cass Technical High School has developed a partnership with the University of Michigan Medical School as part of a larger effort to connect the U-M with high schools in under-served areas and to stimulate minority students’ interest in careers in the medical field — and the Department of Surgery is playing a key role in the initiative

March 25, 2013

Inside Out

CT scans’ wealth of patient information leads to a new way of measuring physiological health — and age