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*Titles and locations current at the time articles were submitted for publication.
MS. AGRAWAL (a) is Regulatory
Associate, American College of
Surgeons (ACS) Division of Advocacy
and Health Policy, Washington, DC.
DR. AHMAD (b) is professor of surgery
and associate director, University of
Cincinnati Cancer Institute, University of
Cincinnati Medical Center, OH. He is a
member of the Gastrointestinal Committee
of the Southwest Oncology Group.
DR. BABU (c) is a postgraduate year
(PGY)- 7 resident in neurosurgery, Mayo
Clinic, Rochester, MN. She is Chair, ACS
Resident and Associate Society (RAS-ACS).
DR. BAILEY (d) is a PGY-5 general
surgery resident, Hospital of the University
of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia.
DR. BOUGHEY (e) is professor of surgery
and vice-chair of research, department
of surgery, Mayo Clinic, Rochester.
She is Chair, ACS Clinical Research
Program Education Committee.
DR. BURGESS (f) is assistant
professor of surgery, Eastern Virginia
Medical School, Norfolk.
DR. BUSCH (g) is a colon and rectal
surgery resident, St. Mark’s Hospital, Salt
Lake City, Utah. She is RAS-ACS liaison
representative to the ACS Video-Based
Education Committee and a member of
the RAS-ACS Education Committee.
MS. CONNELLY (h) is Manager,
Domestic Chapter Services, ACS Division
of Member Services, Chicago, IL.
DR. EHLERS (i) is a PGY- 6 general surgery
resident, University of Washington, Seattle.
She is a member of the RAS-ACS Advocacy
and Issues Committee, Resident Liaison
to the Board of Governor’s Best Practices
Workgroup, and RAS Representative to the
Washington State Chapter of the ACS.