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*Titles and locations current at the time articles were submitted for publication.
DR. BOUGHEY (a) is professor of surgery
and vice-chair of research, department
of surgery, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN.
She is Chair of the American College
of Surgeons (ACS) Clinical Research
Program Education Committee.
DR. BROWN (b) is surgical education
coordinator, department of surgery,
Washington University School
of Medicine, St. Louis, MO.
DR. CLARK (c) is assistant professor
of surgery, department of surgery,
Wake Forest Baptist School of
Medicine, Winston-Salem, NC.
DR. FANTUS (d) 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.
MR. FOX (e) is Editorial & Production
Assistant, Bulletin of the American College
of Surgeons, ACS Division of Integrated
Communications, Chicago, IL.
DR. GOLDFARB (f) is a general
surgeon in private practice in Long
Branch, NJ, and Chair, ACS Governors
Surgical Care Delivery Workgroup
Surgeon Workforce Subcommittee.
DR. HUGHES (g) is a general surgeon in
private practice in McPherson, KS, and
clinical assistant professor of surgery, Kansas
University School of Medicine, Kansas City.
He is Chair, ACS Advisory Council for Rural
Surgery, and Editor, ACS Communities.
DR. KERNAHAN (h) is a medical historian
and adjunct associate professor of surgery,
University of Minnesota, Minneapolis.
DR. KODNER (i) is emeritus professor of
surgery, department of surgery, division
of colon and rectal surgery, Washington
University School of Medicine.