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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, and director,
Pancreas Disease Center, University
of Cincinnati, OH. He is a member of
the Gastrointestinal Committee of the
Southwest Oncology Group and is surgical
chair of the hepatobiliary subcommittee.
DR. ARMSTRONG (c) is Surgeon General
and Secretary, Florida Department of
Health, Tallahassee. He serves on the
ACS Board of Governors and the ACS
Health Policy and Advocacy Group.
DR. BOUGHEY (d) is professor of surgery
and vice-chair of research, department
of surgery, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN.
She is Chair of the ACS Clinical Research
Program Education Committee.
DR. BROWN (e) is surgical education
coordinator, department of surgery,
Washington University School
of Medicine, St. Louis, MO.
MR. CARMODY (f) is Government
Affairs Coordinator, ACS Division
of Advocacy and Health Policy.
MR. CHAPLEAU (g) is Director,
Performance Improvement, ACS Executive
Services, Chicago, IL, and former Manager
of the ACS Advanced Trauma Life Support®
program. He is chairman, Prehospital Trauma
Life Support Committee, National Association
of Emergency Medical Technicians.
MS. EARLY (h) is International Liaison
and Scholarships Administrator, ACS
Division of Member Services, Chicago, IL.
DR. FANTUS (i) 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 (COT).
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