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DR. ESKANDER (j) is a PGY- 5 and clinical
year- 3 general surgery resident, Beth Israel
Deaconess Medical Center, Boston, MA. She
is Secretary, RAS-ACS Education Committee.
DR. FANTUS (k) is vice-chairman,
department of surgery; medical director,
trauma services; and chief, section of
surgical critical care, Advocate Illinois
Masonic Medical Center. He is clinical
professor of surgery, University of Illinois
College of Medicine, Chicago, and Past-Chair, ad hoc Trauma Registry Advisory
Committee, ACS Committee on Trauma.
DR. GARVEY (l) is a PGY-6 pediatric
surgery fellow at Phoenix Children’s
Hospital, AZ. She is Chair, RAS-ACS
DR. GINWALLA (m) is a trauma and acute
care surgeon, Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical
Center, Lebanon, NH, and a member of the
RAS-ACS Advocacy and Issues Committee.
DR. GRANT (n) is an endocrine surgery
fellow, University of Chicago, IL, and
senior ethics fellow, University of Chicago
MacLean Center for Clinical Medical Ethics.
He is Past-Chair, RAS-ACS Membership
Committee, and RAS-ACS Liaison, Board of
Governors Patient Education Workgroup.
DR. HARDAWAY (o) is a PGY- 5 general
surgery resident, Michigan State
University, Lansing. He is Vice-Chair,
RAS-ACS Communications Committee.
DR. HENEGHAN (p) is Assistant
Director, Surgical Patient Education,
ACS Division of Education, Chicago.
DR. HOFFMAN (q) is a PGY- 7 and
clinical year- 4 general surgery resident,
Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania,
Philadelphia. She is Chair, RAS-ACS
Education Committee, and RAS Liaison to
the ACS Committee on Resident Education.
DR. HON (r) is a PGY- 4 general surgery
resident, St. Luke’s University Health
Network, Bethlehem, PA. She is Vice-Chair,
RAS-ACS Membership Committee.
DR. JADEJA (s) is a breast fellow,
Columbia University Medical Center,
New York, N Y. She is Chair, RAS-
ACS Membership Committee.
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