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MS. ACKERMAN (a) is State Affairs
Associate, American College of
Surgeons (ACS) Division of Advocacy
and Health Policy, Washington, DC.
MS. BINDER (b) is a freelance
journalist based in Carbondale, IL.
DR. BOUGHEY (c) is professor of surgery
and vice-chair of research, department
of surgery, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN.
She is Chair, ACS Clinical Research
Program Education Committee.
MR. CAREY (d) is the ACS Archivist,
Division of Member Services, Chicago, IL.
DR. FALLAT (e) is professor of surgery and
chief, division of pediatric surgery, University
of Louisville School of Medicine, K Y; and
pediatric surgeon, department of surgery,
Kosair Children’s Hospital, Louisville.
DR. FANTUS (f) 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.
MS. KLEIN (g) is Director, Donor
Relations and Communications,
ACS Foundation, Chicago, IL.
DR. McGINNIS (h) 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. MICHELASSI (i) is the Lewis Atterbury
Stimson Professor and chairman, department
of surgery, Weill Cornell Medical College;
and surgeon-in-chief, New York-Presbyterian/
Weill Cornell Medical Center, N Y. He
is Chair, ACS Board of Governors.
MS. MUSOLF (j) is Communications
Assistant, ACS Division of Integrated
Communications, Chicago, IL.
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