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DR. GIGANTELLI (i) is director, Truhlsen
Eye Institute; interim chairman and professor,
department of ophthalmology and visual
sciences; and assistant dean of governmental
affairs, College of Medicine, University of
Nebraska Medical Center, Omaha. He is a
member of the ACS Board of Regents (B/R).
MS. GLICKSON (j) is Communications
Associate, ACS Division of Integrated
Communications, Chicago, IL.
DR. HERNANDEZ (k) is The Abraham Roth
Professor and Chair, department of obstetrics,
gynecology, and reproductive science; and
professor of pathology, Temple University,
Philadelphia, PA. He is a member of the ACS
B/R and the ACS Committee on Ethics.
DR. JENKINS (l) is professor of surgery
and vice-chair for quality, department of
surgery, University of Texas Health Sciences
Center at San Antonio (UTHSCSA); he is
Chair, ACS COT Performance Improvement
and Patient Safety Committee.
DR. KLARISTENFELD (m) is a
colorectal surgeon, Southern California
Permanente Medical Group, San Diego,
CA, and member, YFA ACS GC.
MS. McALLISTER (n) is Administrative
Coordinator, ACS Division of
Member Services, Chicago, IL.
DR. MOALEM (o) is an endocrine
surgeon and associate professor of
surgery, University of Rochester Medical
Center, N Y, and Chair, YFA ACS.
DR. MOLT (p) is a general surgeon,
Fairfield Memorial Hospital, IL.
MS. OEHMEN (q) is ACS Professional
Association-SurgeonsPAC Associate, ACS
Division of Advocacy and Health Policy.
DR. PELLEGRINI (r) is chief medical
officer, U W Medicine, and vice-president for
medical affairs, University of Washington,
Seattle. He is a Past-President of the ACS.
DR. ROTONDO (s) is chief executive officer,
University of Rochester Medical Faculty
Group and Vice-Dean for Clinical Affairs,
and a professor of surgery, University of
Rochester. He is Medical Director, ACS
Trauma Programs, and Past-Chair, ACS COT.
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