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Author bios continued
DR. KODADEK (j) is a senior general
surgery resident, Johns Hopkins University
School of Medicine, Baltimore, MD.
MS. KURUSZ (k) is Practice
Affairs Associate, ACS Division of
Advocacy and Health Policy.
DR. LEITCH (l) is professor of surgery,
University of Texas Southwestern
Medical Center, Dallas, and medical
director, University of Texas
Southwestern Center for Breast Care.
DR. LEICHTLE (m) is clinical instructor,
trauma and acute care surgery, University
of Southern California (USC) and Los
Angeles County + USC Medical Center. He
is Immediate Past-Chair, ACS Advocacy
and Issues Committee of the Resident and
Associate Society (RAS), and a member of the
American College of Surgeons Professional
Association (ACSPA) Surgeons Political Action
Committeee RAS Leadership Council.
DR. McGINNIS (n) is senior medical
consultant and advisor, American Cancer
Society, and adjunct clinical professor
of surgery, Emory University, Atlanta,
GA. He is Past-President of both the ACS
and the American Cancer Society.
DR. PELLEGRINI (o) is The Henry N.
Harkins Professor and Chair, department
of surgery, University of Washington,
Seattle, and Past-President of the ACS.
DR. PREMINGER (p) is James F. Glenn
Professor of Urology and chief, division
of urologic surgery, Duke University
Medical Center, Durham, NC.
DR. RAYKAR (q) is a senior general surgery
resident, department of general surgery, Beth
Israel Deaconess Medical Center, and a Paul
Farmer Global Surgery Fellow, Program
in Global Surgery and Social Change,
Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA.
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