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MR. MOREAU (u) is Manager,
Domestic Chapter Services, ACS
Division of Member Services.
MS. NAGLE (v) is an independent consultant
in Chicago who assists the ACS with
American Medical Association (AMA)
Current Procedural Technology (CPT)
coding education and health data analyses.
MS. OLLAPALLY (w) is Regulatory
Affairs Manager, ACS Division of
Advocacy and Health Policy.
DR. ORDONEZ (x) is associate professor
of general surgery, trauma and intensive
care, and chief director, trauma and acute
care surgery, Universidad del Valle and
Fundacion Valle del Lili, Cali, Colombia; and
president, Panamerican Trauma Society.
DR. PARAMO (y) is a surgical oncologist,
Mount Sinai Medical Center Comprehensive
Cancer Center, Miami Beach; associate
clinical professor of surgery, Florida
International University, Miami; and
associate clinical professor of surgery, Nova
Southeastern University, Ft. Lauderdale, FL.
He is Chair, ACS B/G Survey Workgroup.
DR. PECK (z) is assistant professor of
surgery, associate director of performance
improvement, trauma, and acute care
surgery fellowship, Rutgers University,
Robert Wood Johnson Medical School.
DR. PELLEGRINI (aa) is chief medical
officer, U W Medicine, and vice-president for
medical affairs, University of Washington,
Seattle. He is a Past-President of the ACS.
DR. PULS (bb) is a general surgeon in
Alpena, MI; Immediate Past-Chair of the ACS
B/G Survey Workgroup; and Vice-Chair,
ACS Advisory Council for Rural Surgery.
DR. PUYANA (cc) is a member of the
Committee on Global Health and the
Future of the United States, National
Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and
Medicine, Washington, DC; and professor of
surgery, critical care medicine and clinical
translational science and a trauma/acute
care surgeon, University of Pittsburgh, PA.
DR. RODAS (dd) is associate professor
of surgery, division of acute care surgery,
Virginia Commonwealth University
School of Medicine, Richmond.
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