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8th Annual
Academic Surgical Congress
MEE TIN G PRO G RA M
February 5 - 7, 2013
Roosevelt New Orleans Hotel
New Orleans, Louisiana
Association for Academic Surgery (AAS)
Society of University Surgeons (SUS)
11300 W. Olympic Blvd., Suite 600
Los Angeles, CA 90064
Phone: (310) 437-1606
Fax: (310) 437-0585
www.aasurg.org
341 N. Maitland Ave., Suite 130
Maitland, FL 32751
Phone: (407) 647-7714
Fax: (407) 629-2502
www.susweb.org
www.academicsurgicalcongress.org
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February 5 - 7, 2013
TABLE OF CONTENTS
3 General Information
ASC 2013 Institutional Members
4 Message from the Presidents
Gold Members
5 Presidents’ Biographies
• Stanford University School of Medicine
6 SUS Joel J. Roslyn Lecturer
• University of California Los Angeles David Geffen
School of Medicine
6 Joel J. Roslyn Biography
7 AAS Founders Lecturer
• University of Michigan Medical School
7 British Journal of Surgery Lecturer
• University of Wisconsin School of Medicine
and Public Health
8 SUS Lifetime Achievement Award
9 Program Chairs’ Biographies
Silver Members
10 Highlights for Attendees
• Medical College of Wisconsin
11 Schedule-at-a-Glance
• Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine
13 Scientific Program
• University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine
70 Faculty Listing
Bronze Members
73 Faculty & Presenter Disclosures
74SUS Mid-Career Academic Surgery Professional
Development Course
• Baylor College of Medicine
75 AAS/SUS Surgical Investigators’ Course
• Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
76 Association for Academic Surgery (AAS)
• Massachusetts General Hospital
76 About the AAS
77Leadership
• University of Alabama at Birmingham School of
Medicine
81 AAS Foundation
• University of Minnesota Department of Surgery
83 Society of University Surgeons (SUS)
• Wright State University Boonshoft School of Medicine
• Howard University Department of Surgery
84 About the SUS
85Leadership
ASC 2013 CORPORATE SUPPORTERS
87 SUS Foundation
On behalf of the Academic Surgical Congress,
we would like to thank the following corporate
sponsors for providing support through an
unrestricted educational grant.
Connect with the ASC online!
“Like” Us on Facebook
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Baxter Healthcare Corporation
Us on Twitter
St. Jude Medical
EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES
After participating in this educational activity, attendees will be
able to:
ASC 2013 EXHIBITORS
1. Identify important research and clinical advancements
relating to topics within academic surgery, including oncology, trauma, critical care, pediatrics, vascular, cardiothoracic, gastroenterology, transplant, education, emerging
technologies, global surgery, clinical trials, outcomes, and
health services research;
ACell, Inc.
2. Develop an understanding of current issues in the advancement of the art and science of surgery;
Integra
ArborMetrix
BK Medical
Ethicon Surgical Care
Hitachi Aloka Medical
Medline Industries, Inc.
3. Improve treatment strategies for surgical patients;
Medtronic Advanced Energy
4. Discuss the latest basic science, translational, and health
services research and the expected impact of these breakthroughs in future patient care;
Rose Micro Solutions LLC
Sanofi Biosurgery
Surgical Science, Inc.
5. Review the newest technologies that facilitate improved
outcomes in surgical patients.
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GENERAL INFORMATION
EVENT NAME
SPEAKER READY ROOM HOURS
8 Annual Academic Surgical Congress
Location: Outside of Salon/Roosevelt Area
All presentations must be loaded onto the show computer. All
presenters should arrive to the Speaker Ready Room at least
TWO HOURS PRIOR to the start of their session. A technician
will be available onsite at the Encore Hotel to assist you with
your presentation to load it onto the show computer.
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DATE
February 5 - 7, 2013
LOCATION
Roosevelt New Orleans Hotel
123 Baronne S., New Orleans, LA 70112
PHONE: 504.648.1200
Monday, February 4, 2013
Tuesday, February 5, 2013
Wednesday, February 6, 2013
Thursday, February 7, 2013
Reservations:
1.800.WALDORF (1.800.925.3673)
2:00 PM - 6:00 PM
6:30 AM - 6:00 PM
6:30 AM - 6:00 PM
6:30 AM - 4:00 PM
CME ACCREDITATION
CONTACT
This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the Essential Areas and policies of the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education through the
joint sponsorship of CMI Education Institute, Inc. and Society
of University Surgeons (SUS). CMI Education Institute is accredited by the ACCME to provide continuing medical education for physicians.
Association for Academic Surgery (AAS)
11300 West Olympic Blvd, Suite 600
Los Angeles, CA 90064
Phone: (310) 437-1606
Fax: (310) 437-0585
www.aasurg.org
Society of University Surgeons (SUS)
341 N. Maitland Ave., Suite 130
Maitland, FL 32751
Phone: (407) 647-7714
Fax: (407) 629-2502
www.susweb.org
Part of the CME credits will be applicable towards fulfilling
Part 2 of the ABS Maintenance of Certification (MOC) Program. This applies to the following sessions:
ON-SITE REGISTRATION HOURS
• Outcomes Panel Discussion
Location: Outside of Salon/Roosevelt
Monday, February 4, 2013
Tuesday, February 5, 2013
Wednesday, February 6, 2013 Thursday, February 7, 2013 • SUS Presidential Plenary
• AAS Presidential Plenary
AMA PRA Designation Statement
Area
2:00 PM - 6:00 PM
6:30 AM - 6:30 PM
6:30 AM - 6:30 PM
7:00 AM - 6:00 PM
The CMI Education Institute, Inc. designates this live educational activity for a maximum of 24 AMA PRA Category
1Credit(s)™. Physicians should only claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
EXHIBIT HOURS
DISCLOSURE PROCEDURE
Location: Crescent City Ballroom
Visit the ASC Exhibit Area for your opportunity to update yourself in the latest surgical services and products. The Exhibits
offer you the very best in equipment and services, plus the innovative tools for boosting your surgical knowledge.
It is the policy of The Society of University Surgeons (SUS)
and CMI Education Institute, in accordance with the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME), to
ensure balance, independence, objectivity, and scientific rigor
in all CME activities. Anyone engaged in content development,
planning or presentation must disclose all relevant financial
relationships with a commercial interest producing health
care goods or services; and who also has the opportunity to
affect the content of CME about the products or services of
that commercial interest. All presenters are also required to
disclose any usage of investigational use or off-label products.
Disclosure information will be provided to participants prior to
the meeting in the final program.
Tuesday, February 5, 2013
9:30 am - 4:00 pm and 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm Exhibit Area Open
9:30 am - 10:00 am Morning Break in Exhibit Area
11:30 am - 1:00 pm Lunch in Exhibit Area
3:30 pm - 4:00 pm Afternoon Break in Exhibit Area
4:00 pm - 6:30 pm Exhibits Closed – Break for Exhibitors
6:30 pm - 7:30 pm ASC Entertainment Extravaganza & Dinner
(Cocktails in the Exhibit Area at 6:30 pm, followed by dinner at
7:30 pm in the Waldorf Astoria Ballroom.)
ADA STATEMENT
Wednesday, February 6, 2013
9:30 am - 4:30 pm Exhibits Open
9:30 am - 10:00 am Morning Break in Exhibit Area
11:30 am - 1:00 pm Lunch in Exhibit Area
4:00 pm - 4:30 pm Afternoon Break in Exhibit Area
In accordance with the ADA, the Academic Surgical Congress
will accommodate requests for specials needs made in advance of the meeting.
The programs and talks presented at the
8th Annual Academic Surgical Congress are
copyrighted products of the Academic Surgical Congress. Any reproduction or rebroadcasting without the
express written consent of ASC is strictly prohibited.
Thursday, February 7, 2013
9:30 am - 3:30 pm Exhibits Open
9:30 am - 10:00 am Morning Break in Exhibit Area
12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
Lunch in Exhibit Area
3:00 pm - 3:30 pm Afternoon Break in Exhibit Area
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MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENTS
On behalf of the AAS and SUS Executive Committees, we are pleased to welcome you to our 8th Annual Academic Surgical Congress held February 5-7, 2013 at the Roosevelt New Orleans in historic New
Orleans, Louisiana.
2013 marks the eighth year that our societies have collaborated to bring the best educational, basic science, translational, global health, clinical, outcomes, and health services research conducted by faculty,
residents and medical students to the academic arena. 2013 also marks the 75th anniversary of the
founding of the SUS and the 40th anniversary year for the AAS annual meetings. Under the leadership of
AAS Recorder, Dr. Julie Ann Sosa, and SUS Publications Chair, Dr. Joseph Woo, the AAS and SUS Program Committees are offering up another innovative scientific program to our attendees.
We are honored that Dr. Thomas Fogarty will be delivering the AAS Founders Lecture and that Dr. Peter
Angelos will be presenting the SUS Joel J. Roslyn Lecture. We are also excited to award Dr. Alden Harken the SUS Lifetime Achievement Award for 2013. New this year is a lectureship sponsored by the British Journal of Surgery to be given by Dr. Eefje de Vries on the development, implementation and effects
of a comprehensive surgical safety system. There will also be a new format for the SUS and AAS Plenary Sessions. Each session has been developed by the respective President, and is devoted to a single
topic. They are entitled, “Generating Evidence for Evidence-based Practice” and “Publish or Perish: An
Editor’s Point of View” for the SUS and AAS, respectively. New this year will be a medical student mentoring program. We will also have breakout sessions based on research interest geared to help trainees
asking practical questions as they look for their first academic position. And, for the first time, the ASC
will be offering maintenance of certification (MOC) to attendees.
The Education Committees will hold a session on integrated training programs and the Issues Committees will hold a panel on how to develop, sustain and reward mentors in surgery. There will be a special
Outcomes Panel Discussion on setting the agenda for surgical outcomes research over the next ten
years. The AWS lunch session will highlight achieving goals through strategic partnerships and will give
examples of real life success stories.
For the fourth year in a row, the Hot Topic Symposia will be another highlight of the meeting. Spread
over two days, the Hot Topic Symposia will feature two sessions over each lunch hour. On Tuesday, we
will focus on acute care surgery and surgical outcomes data as it relates to surgical education, and on
Thursday, we will discuss bleeding in the operating room and global health and academic surgery.
Of course, our meeting would not be complete without the inclusion of our colleagues from all over the
world and we are pleased to welcome representatives from the European Society for Surgical Research,
the Society of Academic and Research Surgery, the Surgical Research Society of Southern Africa, the
Japan Surgical Society, the Surgical Research Society of Australasia, the Taiwan Surgical Association,
the West African College of Surgeons, the Colombian Surgical Association, and the Royal Australasian
College of Surgeons and Younger Fellows.
The combination of the amazing sessions, the special programs designed specifically for medical students and trainees, and a week full of opportunities to connect with colleagues in an exciting city will
make this an extraordinary meeting!
Welcome to New Orleans!
Melina R. Kibbe, MD, RVT
AAS President
Associate Professor of Surgery, Edward G. Elcock
Professor of Surgical Research, Vice Chair of
Research, Department of Surgery, Deputy Director, Institute for BioNanotechnology in Medicine,
Northwestern University; Co-Chief, Peripheral Vascular Service, Director, Vascular Laboratory, Jesse
Brown VA Medical Center
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George P. Yang, MD, PhD
SUS President
Associate Professor of Surgery, Hagey Family
Faculty Scholar, Stanford University School of
Medicine, Staff Physician, Palo Alto VA Health
Care System
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PresidentS’ BIOGRAPHIES
AAS PRESIDENT
SUS PRESIDENT
Melina R. Kibbe, MD, RVT
George P. Yang, MD, PhD
Melina R. Kibbe, MD, is an Associate Professor of Surgery, the
Edward G. Elcock Professor of Surgical Research, and Vice
Chair of Research in the Department of Surgery at Northwestern University; co-Chief of the Vascular Surgery service at the
Jesse Brown VA Medical Center, and Director of the Vascular
Laboratory at JBVAMC. Dr. Kibbe also serves as Deputy Director for the Institute for BioNanotechnology in Medicine at
Northwestern University. She has significant experience with
both open and endovascular surgery, including the treatment
of carotid stenosis, peripheral vascular disease, and abdominal aortic aneurysms. She is board certified in general and
vascular surgery and is RVT and RPVI certified by ARDMS.
Dr. Kibbe graduated from the University of Chicago Pritzker
School of Medicine in 1994. She completed her internship,
residency, and research fellowship at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center in 2002, and her vascular surgery fellowship at Northwestern’s McGaw Medical Center/Feinberg
School of Medicine in 2003.
George Yang, MD, PhD is an Associate Professor of Surgery
at Stanford University. He earned a BA in biological sciences
at Northwestern University in 1985 followed by an MD from
Northwestern University Medical School in 1994. During medical school, he completed a PhD in the Department of Molecular Genetics at the University of Illinois, Chicago under Dr.
Lester F. Lau in 1993. He completed his general surgery training in 2001 at Stanford University Medical Center during which
he worked as a post-doctoral fellow with Dr. Ronald J. Weigel
in tumor biology. After his clinical training, he remained at
Stanford University where he became a member of the Hagey
Laboratory for Pediatric Regenerative Medicine directed by Dr.
Michael T. Longaker. He is a staff physician at the Stanford
University Medical Center and the Palo Alto VA Health Care
System. His research work looks at the cellular responses to
stress and how these impact the response to injury. Specifically, he focuses on cellular stress responses in wound healing
and keloid biology, the role of matricellular proteins in fracture
healing and the transcriptional response to bone fracture. His
work has been funded by the NIH, the American Heart Association, the Oak Foundation, the Coulter Foundation, and
the VA Merit System. He was a recipient of the ACS Faculty
Research Fellowship, the ACS Wound Care Management
Award and a Robert L and Mary Ellenburg Endowed Faculty
Scholarship, and is currently a Hagey Family Faculty Scholar.
He also serves on the Editorial Board of the Journal of Surgical Research.
Dr. Kibbe’s research interests focus on nitric oxide vascular biology and developing nitric oxide-based therapies for patients
with vascular disease. For her research, she has received
funds from the National Institutes of Health, American Heart
Association, Department of Veterans Affairs, American Medical Association, and various intramural sources. She holds six
patents or provisional patents. Her research was recognized
by President Obama with the Presidential Early Career Award
for Scientists and Engineers in 2009.
She currently serves as President for the Association for Academic Surgery. She is also an Associate Editor of the Journal
of Surgical Research. She has received more than 10 awards
for teaching excellence from Northwestern University. Her
bibliography includes over 140 peer-reviewed manuscripts,
review articles, and book chapters, with an emphasis on nitric
oxide vascular biology and nitric oxide-based therapies. She
has authored or co-authored over 160 nationally and internationally presented abstracts. She has received numerous
awards, including the Society of Vascular Surgery Lifeline Research Award, 2010 Women’s Leadership Award, the Society
of Gene Therapy Young Investigator Award, and the Association of Women Surgeons Outstanding Woman Surgeon 2002
Resident Award. She was also inducted into Alpha Omega
Alpha Medical Honor Society, in 1994. Dr. Kibbe completed a
fellowship in The Hedwig van Ameringen Executive Leadership
in Academic Medicine (ELAM) Program for Women at Drexel
University College of Medicine in 2012.
2013 CME CERTIFICATES AND CONFERENCE EVALUATIONS
This year, all attendees will receive their CME and
Attendance Certificates by completing the evaluations online. You will receive an email (using the
email that you registered with for the conference)
explaining how to complete your evaluation. If you
have not received this email by the second day of
the meeting, please let someone at the ASC Registration Desk know. You will not need to contact
anyone to send you your certificate as you will be
able to print your own as soon as you complete your
online evaluation. However, should you experience
any problems with the evaluation either during or
after the Congress, please contact Phil Pyster, CAE
– [email protected] or 407-647-8839 and he’ll be
glad to assist you.
She co-founded and is the Chief Medical Officer for VesselTek
BioMedical, LLC, a company that specializes in the development of medical devices to treat vascular disease.
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JOEL J. ROSLYN LECTURE
SUS JOEL J. ROSLYN LECTURER
JOEL J. ROSLYN BIOGRAPHY
Peter Angelos, MD, PhD
Joel J. Roslyn, 48, Chairman of the Department of Surgery at the Allegheny College of Medicine in Philadelphia, died on
July 4, 1999. Joel was born in Flushing,
New York. He received his undergraduate
degree from Union College, and received
his M.D. from Albany Medical College. He
completed his Surgical Internship, Residency, and a Research
Fellowship at the University of California/Los Angeles. He then
joined the faculty at UCLA where he received national recognition for his research, teaching and clinical expertise. Joel was
an established researcher in the field of gallstone pathogenesis, and a nationally and internationally respected expert in
pancreatic and biliary disease. He had been funded continuously for his research by the Veterans Administration and the
National Institutes of Health.
Peter Angelos, MD, PhD, FACS is the
Linda Kohler Anderson Professor of Surgery and Surgical Ethics, Chief of Endocrine Surgery, and Associate Director of
the MacLean Center for Clinical Medical
Ethics at the University of Chicago. He
obtained his BA, MD, and PhD in Philosophy from Boston University. He completed his Surgery residency at Northwestern
University and fellowships in Clinical Ethics at the University of
Chicago and Endocrine Surgery at the University of Michigan.
In 1992, Joel and his family moved to Philadelphia where he
became Chairman of the Department of Surgery at the Medical College of Philadelphia, and after the merger with Hahnemann School of Medicine, he became the surgical leader of
the new Allegheny University of the Health Sciences. During
this short period in Philadelphia, Joel had built an outstanding
faculty, attracting a number of excellent senior staff, and most
importantly in his eyes, recruiting and nurturing the careers of
several outstanding young surgeons.
Joel was a valued active member of the Society of University
Surgeons. He and his research fellows had a long track record
of presentations before the Society. He served as a Councillor-At-Large for three years and President of the Society for
the year 1995. Joel was a friend to all of us in the Society and
left us with his great faith in humanity.
For those who knew Joel, his memory will live on forever.
However, in recognition of his leadership, his contribution and
his friendship, the SUS has chosen to provide a lasting memory of Joel. Joel will be recognized at each SUS Meeting by
the provision of an annual Invited Commentary, reserved for a
superannuating member, named in honor of Joel.
Keith D. Lillemoe, MD
Massachusetts General Hospital
SUS Past President 1997-98
Joel J. Roslyn Commemorative Lecturers
2000Heidi Nelson
2001Jonathan S. Bromberg
2002Frank W. Sellke
2003Kevin J. Tracey
2004Michael T. Longaker
2005Monica M. Bertagnolli
2006K. Craig Kent
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2007Stuart J. Knechtle
2008Jeffrey A. Drebin
2009Colleen M. Brophy
2010David H. Berger
2011Selwyn M. Vickers
2012 Karyn L. Butler, MD
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British Journal of Surgery
Lecturer
AAS FOUNDERS LECTURER
Thomas J. Fogarty, MD
Eefje N. de Vries, MD, PhD
Dr. Thomas J. Fogarty is an internationally
recognized cardiovascular surgeon, inventor, entrepreneur, and vintner. He has
been involved with a wide spectrum of innovations in business and technology. Dr.
Fogarty has served as founder/co-founder,
and Chairman/Board Member of over 33 various business
and research companies, based on medical devices designed
and developed by Fogarty Engineering, Inc. During the past
40 years, he has acquired 135 surgical patents, including the
“industry standard” Fogarty balloon catheter and the widely
used Aneurx Stent Graft that replaces open surgery aortic aneurysm. Dr. Fogarty is the recipient of countless awards and
honors; most significantly, he is the recipient of the Jacobson
Innovation Award of the American College of Surgeons, the
2000 Lemelson-MIT prize for Invention and Innovation and
was inducted into the Inventors Hall of Fame and the National
Academy of Engineering.
Eefje de Vries is the author of several publications on surgical safety checklists. She
studied medicine at the University of Amsterdam. She then earned a PhD degree
from the University of Amsterdam in 2010
by developing a surgical safety checklist
designed to cover the entire surgical pathway and researching the effects on morbidity and mortality of implementing this
checklist in a multicentre trial.
Her research interests are in surgical safety and quality of care
and in complication registration and analysis. Her clinical interests are in traumatology and thoracic surgery. Eefje de Vries is
currently in her third year of surgical residency at the Spaarne
Hospital in Hoofddorp.
Recently, Dr. Fogarty and his colleagues founded the Fogarty
Institute for Innovation at El Camino Hospital. The purpose of
the Institute is to create an environment where innovation in
medicine is encouraged, supported, and nurtured.
Dr. Fogarty was born in Cincinnati, Ohio and received his
undergraduate education at Xavier University and his medical degree from the University of Cincinnati. He completed
his residency at the University of Oregon and later served as
Medical Staff President at Stanford Medical Center from 19731975. After thirteen years directing the Cardiovascular Surgery
Program at Sequoia Hospital, Redwood City, California, he returned to academic life at Stanford University School of Medicine in July 1993, as Professor of Surgery. Dr. Fogarty now
spends his time creating new medical devices with Fogarty
Engineering and the Institute for Innovation.
Past AAS Founders Lecturers
1991 Paul Vanhoutte, MD, PhD
1992 Isaiah J. Fidler, DVM, PhD
1993 Dani Bolognesi, PhD
1994 Howard Rasmussen, MD
1995 Francis Collins, MD
1996 M. Judah Folkman, MD
1997 James C. Thompson, MD
1998 Mary Claire King, MD
1999 Ferid Murad, MD, PhD
2000 Michael S. Brown, MD
2001 Thomas E. Starzl, MD, PhD
2002 John A. Mannick, MD
2003 W. James Nelson, PhD
2004 Michael E. DeBakey, MD
2006 Louis J. Ignarro, MD
2007 John Cameron, MD
2008 Richard Gibbs, PhD
2009 John E. Niederhuber, MD
2010 Lucian L. Leape, MD
2011 David H. Berger, MD
2012 Norman M. Rich, MD
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SUS LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD
Alden Harken, MD
became one of the foremost experts in the surgical treatment
of supraventricular tachyarrhythmias.
Alden H. Harken, MD graduated from
Case Western Reserve Medical School in
1967 and completed surgical and pediatric cardiovascular surgical residencies
at the Peter Bent Brigham Hospital and
Boston Children’s Medical Center. After
three years as an investigator at the Walter Reed Army Institute of Research, he joined the faculty of the University of
Pennsylvania. During his eight years there he published more
than 100 scientific papers, was awarded two NIH grants and
was quickly advanced to the rank of Professor of Surgery. In
1983, he accepted the position of Chair of the Department
of Surgery at the University of Colorado’s Health Sciences
Center. After two enormously successful decades in Denver,
he accepted his current position as Professor and Chair of the
University of California San Francisco-East Bay Department of
Surgery.
Alden Harken has authored over 500 scientific publications,
been awarded 10 NIH grants and has served as the Director
of the American Board of Surgery and the American Board of
Thoracic Surgery, a Regent of the American College of Surgeons and President of the Society of University Surgeons
and the Association of Academic Surgery.
In addition to his clinical and research accomplishments, Dr.
Harken is the consummate teacher, educating generations of
students, surgical residents and electrophysiology fellows in
the pathophysiology and treatment of cardiac arrhythmias. He
has been the recipient of teaching awards in every institution
he has attended, including the distinguished Lindback Award
at the University of Pennsylvania in 1983 and the Julia Burke
Outstanding Teacher of the Year in 2005, 2006 and 2012. In
2000, he was awarded one of the University of Colorado’s
highest honors, the Thomas Jefferson Award, for his excellence and commitment to academic ideals and for his participation in humanitarian activities.
Dr. Harken’s interest in and contributions to the field of cardiac
electrophysiology began early in his illustrious career when
as an Assistant Professor of Surgery he, along with Drs. Mark
Josephson and Leonard Horowitz, performed the seminal
work in mapping and surgical ablation for ventricular tachyarrhythmias. The fruits of this ground-breaking labor formed
the cornerstone of our current understanding of the pathophysiology of ventricular tachycardia and have provided the
basis for today’s methods of ablative treatment of ischemic
ventricular tachycardia. He was one of the early investigators
in the implantation of implantable tachyarrhythmia devices and
Dr. Harken’s energy, insight, enthusiasm and innovative work
have created a legacy that will influence the treatment of cardiac arrhythmias for many years to come. He has clearly been
a pioneer in the field, and richly deserves his award as the Pioneer In Cardiac Pacing And Electrophysiology 2009 from the
Heart Rhythm Society.
Starting in 2005, the Society of University Surgeons initiated a Lifetime Achievement Award
(LTAA). This award was designed to recognize individuals who have had a sustained career in
academic surgery with contributions to the surgical sciences. In addition, these individuals have
demonstrated a commitment to the Society of University Surgeons whereby they have participated in the Society even after superannuating to Senior Membership status. Their participation
in the Society is evidenced by their attendance at the meetings yearly and active participation in
discussion of papers, attendance at banquets and society functions.
The Society of University Surgeons seeks to honor and recognize these individuals because of
their embodiment of the principles of the Society. We seek to recognize these individuals to establish role models for younger generations of surgeons to honor and emulate their contributions
to the science of surgery, and moreover to the Society of University Surgeons.
SUS LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD WINNERS
2007 Frank G. Moody, MD
2006 Basil A. Pruitt, Jr., MD
2005 James C. Thompson, MD
2004 John A. Mannick, MD
2011 Patricia K. Donahoe, MD
2010 Benjamin Eiseman, MD
2009 Richard L. Simmons, MD
2008 Clyde F. Barker, MD
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PROGRAM CHAIRS
AAS RECORDER
SUS PUBLICATIONS CHAIR
Julie Ann Sosa, MD
Y. Joseph Woo, MD
Julie Ann Sosa, MD MA FACS is the Recorder of the Association for Academic Surgery. She serves as the Chief of
Endocrine Surgery and Director of Health Services Research
in the Department of Surgery at Duke University, as well as
the Leader of the Endocrine Neoplasia Diseases Group at the
Duke Cancer Institute. Her clinical interest is in endocrine surgery, with a focus in thyroid cancer. Her research interests are
in health services and clinical trials. She is widely published
in outcomes analysis, as well as cost-effectiveness analysis,
meta-analysis, and survey-based research. She is on the
editorial boards of the Journal of Thyroid Research and the
Journal of Surgical Research and is an editor of Current Opinion in Oncology. Dr. Sosa is the recipient of grants from the
Paget Foundation, the Association for Academic Surgery, the
Donaghue Foundation, the American Geriatrics Association/
Hartford Foundation, and the Connecticut Stem Cell Research
Fund. Dr. Sosa received her AB at Princeton, her MA at
Oxford, and her MD at Johns Hopkins, where she also
completed the Halsted residency program and served as
assistant chief of service.
Joseph Woo received his undergraduate degree from the
Massachusetts Institute of Technology and his M.D. from the
University of Pennsylvania. Dr. Woo conducted his general
surgery and cardiothoracic residencies at Penn, as well as
a two year post-doctoral basic science research fellowship
studying cardiac gene transfer and novel strategies of attenuating myocardial ischemia. Dr. Woo is currently Associate
Professor of Surgery with Tenure at Penn. He serves as the
Director of Minimally Invasive and Robotic Cardiac Surgery
and Director of Cardiac Transplantation and Mechanical Circulatory Support Surgery. Dr. Woo currently heads a NIH R01funded basic science research laboratory studying angiogenic,
myocardial regeneration, and tissue engineering strategies for
the treatment of heart failure. Dr. Woo also serves as P.I. on
several clinical trials of valvular and ventricular assist devices
and translational therapy with intramyocardial implantation of
autologous bone-marrow isolated CD133+ stem cells during
CABG.
FUTURE MEETING – SAVE THE DATE!
9th Annual Academic Surgical Congress
February 4 - 6, 2014
Manchester Grand Hyatt
San Diego, California
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Highlights for attendees interested in
Basic Science, Outcomes, and Education
The 2013 Academic Surgical Congress has something for everyone! In addition to numerous sessions that will appeal to all academic surgeons, there has been an effort in recent years to diversify the program to create forums for scientific exchange and
networking specific to basic science, outcomes research, and education, including plenary sessions for each of these research
areas (See table below). There is also an extensive and diverse program of original scientific research with numerous sessions
dedicated to basic science, outcomes, and education research (See full ASC program).
Basic/Translational Science
Outcomes Research
Education
Tuesday, February 5th
Tuesday, February 5th
Tuesday, February 5th
10:15 am - 11:00 am:
SUS Presidential Address,
George P. Yang, MD, PhD
10:15 am - 11:00 am: SUS Presidential
Address, George P. Yang, MD, PhD
10:15 am - 11:00 am:
SUS Presidential Address, George P.
Yang, MD, PhD
11:00 am - 11:30 am:
SUS Lifetime Achievement Award
Presented to Alden Harken, MD
11:30 am - 1:00 pm:
Issues Committee Session: AAS/SUS
Mentorship Program, Overview of
Mentoring in Academic Surgery
4:00 pm - 5:30 pm:
Basic Science Plenary Session
Wednesday, February 6th
10:00 am - 10:30 am:
AAS Founders Lecture,
“Fogarty Institute for Innovation,
Thomas Fogarty, MD
10:30 am - 11:30 am:
AAS Presidential Address,
Melina R. Kibbe, MD, RVT
11:30 am - 1:00 pm:
Association of Women Surgeons
Luncheon, “Achieving Goals Through
Strategic Partnerships”
1:00 pm - 2:30 pm:
AAS Presidential Plenary,
“Publish or Perish –
An Editors Point of View”
2:30 pm - 4:00 pm:
Break Out Session For Trainees
interested Basic Science/
Translational Research
8th Annual Academic Surgical Congress
1:00 pm - 2:30 pm: SUS Presidential
Plenary “Generating evidence for
evidence-based practice”
11:30 am - 1:00 pm: Issues Committee
Session: AAS/SUS Mentorship Program,
Overview of Mentoring in Academic
Surgery
3:00 pm - 3:30 pm: British Journal of
Surgery Lecture – “Development,
Implementation and Effects of a
Comprehensive Surgical Safety System”
4:00 pm - 5:30 pm:
Outcomes Plenary Session
Wednesday, February 6th
10:30 am - 11:30 am:
AAS Presidential Address,
Melina R. Kibbe, MD, RVT
11:30 am - 1:00 pm:
Association of Women Surgeons
Luncheon, “Achieving Goals Through
Strategic Partnerships”
1:00 pm - 2:30 pm:
AAS Presidential Plenary,
“Publish or Perish –
An Editors Point of View”
2:30 pm - 4:00 pm:
Break Out Session For Trainees
Interested in Outcomes Research
Thursday, February 7th
1:30 pm - 3:00 pm:
Outcomes Panel Discussion: “Surgical
Outcomes Research: Setting the Agenda
for the Next 10 Years”
11:30 am - 1:00pm:
Hot Topics Session:
“Surgical outcomes data:
the next frontier in surgical education”
11:30 am - 1:00 pm:
Issues Committee Session:
AAS/SUS Mentorship Program, Overview
of Mentoring in Academic Surgery
Wednesday, February 6th
10:30 am - 11:30 am:
AAS Presidential Address,
Melina R. Kibbe, MD, RVT
11:30 am - 1:00 pm: Association of
Women Surgeons Luncheon, “Achieving
Goals Through Strategic Partnerships”
1:00 pm - 2:30 pm:
AAS Presidential Plenary,
“Publish or Perish – An Editor’s
Point of View”
2:30 pm - 4:00 pm:
Break Out Session For Trainees
interested in Surgical Education
Thursday, February 7th
11:00 am - 12:00 pm:
Education Plenary Session
12:00 pm - 1:30 pm:
Education Committee Session:
“Integrated Subspecialty Programs:
Way of the Future or Recipe for Disaster?
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SCHEDULE-AT-A-GLANCE
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 2013
Time
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
2:30 PM - 6:30 PM
3:00 PM - 6:00 PM
6:00 PM - 6:30 PM
6:30 PM - 7:00 PM
7:00 PM - 9:30 PM
Event
AAS Executive Committee Lunch
AAS Executive Council Meeting
SUS Executive Council Meeting
SUS Foundation Meeting
AAS Nominating Committee
Joint Council Dinner
Location
Beinville
Chamber 1
Chamber 4
Chamber 4
Beinville
Antoine’s (off-site)
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 2013
6:30 AM - 7:00 AM
6:30 AM - 7:30 AM
AAS New Members Breakfast
Breakfast in the Exhibit Area
7:00 AM - 10:00 AM
AAS Grant Interviews
7:30 AM - 9:30 AM
Integrated Quick Shot Session I:
Cardiothoracic 1: What Beats And Breathes
Clinical Trials & Outcomes 1: Administrative Databases
Clinical Trials & Outcomes 2: Risk Assessment
Education 1: Surgical Education Targeting The Resident Learner
Emerging Technology 1: Emerging Technologies
Gastrointestinal Nutrition 1: Bariatrics/Basic Science/Inflammation
Gastrointestinal Nutrition 2: Foregut/Hepatobiliary
Oncology 1: Hepatobiliary/Colorectal
Oncology 2: Pancreas
Oncology 3: Breast
Pediatrics/Developmental Biology 1: Pulmonary, Gastrointestinal, And Oncology
Transplant/Immunology 1: Transplant/Immunology
Trauma/Critical Care 1: Hemorrhagic Shock, Resuscitation, Damage Control
Trauma/Critical Care 2: Inflammation/Cell Signaling
Vascular 1: Vascular Surgery
Morning Break With Exhibits
Opening Comments
SUS Presidential Address
SUS Lifetime Achievement Award
Lunch In The Exhibit Area
Hot Topic Symposium: “Acute Care Surgery –
Now That We’ve Built It, Will They Come, And Why Should They?”
Hot Topic Symposium: “Surgical Outcomes Data: The Next Frontier In Surgical Education”
Issues Committee Session: AAS/SUS Mentorship Program
SUS Presidential Plenary Session: Generating Evidence for Evidence-based Practice
SUS Joel J. Roslyn Lecture
British Journal Of Surgery Lecture
Afternoon Break With Exhibits
Basic Science Plenary
Outcomes Plenary
SUS Business Meeting
AAS Medical Student Quick Shots Competition
Opening Exhibit Reception
ASC Extravaganza
9:30 AM - 10:00 AM
10:00 AM - 10:15 AM
10:15 AM - 11:00 AM
11:00 AM - 11:30 AM
11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
1:00 PM - 2:30 PM
2:30 PM - 3:00 PM
3:00 PM - 3:30 PM
3:30 PM - 4:00 PM
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM
5:30 PM - 6:30 PM
5:30 PM - 6:30 PM
6:30 PM - 7:30 PM
7:30 PM - MIDNIGHT
Blue Room
Crescent City Ballroom
Prytania Room and
Renaissance Hotel: Jelly
Roll Morton
Lafitte
Salon III
Salon IV
Salon V
Directors
Beinville
Napoleon
Chamber 1
Chamber 2
Chamber 3
Salon II
Producers
Conti
Pontalba
Chamber IV
Crescent City Ballroom
Roosevelt
Roosevelt
Roosevelt
Crescent City Ballroom
Orpheum
Roosevelt
Waldorf Astoria Ballroom
Roosevelt
Roosevelt
Roosevelt
Crescent City Ballroom
Roosevelt Salon IV & V
Roosevelt Salon II & III
Roosevelt Salon II & III
Orpheum
Crescent City Ballroom
Waldorf Astoria Ballroom
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 2013
6:30 AM - 7:30 AM
7:30 AM - 9:30 AM
Breakfast in the Exhibit Area
Integrated Oral Session I:
Cardiothoracic 1: Transplantation And Cardiac
Clinical Trials/Outcomes 1: Resource Utilization
Clinical Trials/Outcomes 2: Quality Measures
Education 1: Advances In Surgical Education
Gastrointestinal Nutrition 1: Gastrointestinal-Hepatopancreaticobiliary Physiology
Global Health 1: Global Health
Oncology 1: Pancreas
Oncology 2: Endocrine Tumors
Oncology 3: Colorectal GI
Oncology 4: Breast
Pediatrics/Developmental Biology 1: Inflammation, Wound Healing, And Development
Transplant/Immunology 1: Transplant/Immunology
Trauma/Critical Care 1: Signaling And Growth Factors
Trauma/Critical Care 2: Translational Research Focused On First Few Moments After Injury
Trauma/Critical Care 3: Clinical Challenges At The Urban Trauma Center
Vascular 1: Aneurysm, Atherosclerosis, Inflammation
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Crescent City Ballroom
Lafitte
Salon III
Salon IV
Salon V
Beinville
Directors
Chamber 1
Chamber 2
Chamber 3
Chamber 4
Salon II
Producers
Conti
Pontalba
Napoleon
Orpheum
February 5 - 7, 2013
SCHEDULE-AT-A-GLANCE (continued)
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 2013 (continued)
9:30 AM - 10:00 AM
10:00 AM - 10:30 AM
10:30 AM - 11:30 AM
11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
1:00 PM - 2:30 PM
Morning Break With Exhibits
AAS Founders Lecture
AAS Presidential Address
AWS Luncheon: “Achieving Goals Through Strategic Partnerships”
Lunch in the Exhibit Area
AAS Presidential Plenary: “Publish or Perish - An Editor’s Point of View”
2:30 PM - 4:00 PM
Breakout Sessions for Trainees interested in Basic Science/Translational,
Clinical/Outcomes, and Education Research
4:00 PM - 4:30 PM
4:00 PM - 4:30 PM
Afternoon Break With Exhibits
AAS Student/Mentor Reception
4:30 PM - 5:30 PM
SUS New Member Poster Session
4:30 PM - 5:30 PM
5:30 PM - 7:00 PM
10:00 PM - LATE
Resident/Student Meet The AAS Leadership Reception
AAS Business Meeting
AAS/SUS Presidential Reception
Crescent City Ballroom
Roosevelt
Roosevelt
Waldorf Astoria Ballroom
Crescent City Ballroom
Roosevelt
Basic Science/
Translational – Orpheum
Clinical/Outcomes –
Roosevelt
Education Research –
Waldorf Astoria Ballroom
Crescent City Ballroom
Chambers 1 - 3
Crescent City Ballroomright hand side
Chambers 1 - 3
Roosevelt
Blue Room
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 2013
Time
6:30 AM - 7:30 AM
7:30 AM - 9:30 AM
9:30 AM - 10:00 AM
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
1:30 PM - 3:00 PM
3:00 PM - 3:30 PM
3:30 PM - 5:30 PM
Event
Breakfast in the Exhibit Area
Integrated Oral Session II:
Cardiothoracic 2: General Thoracic And Aortic
Clinical Trials/Outcomes 3: Perioperative Quality Measures
Clinical Tials/Outcomes 4: Global Measures Of Quality
Emerging Technology 1: Emerging Technologies
Gastrointestinal/Nutrition 2: Colorectal/Small Bowel
Oncology 5: Melanoma/Soft Tissue Sarcoma
Oncology 6: Hepatopancreaticobiliary
Oncology 7: Basic Science/Immunology
Pediatrics/Developmental Biolgy 2: Gastrointestinal And Oncology
Trauma/Critical Care 4: Basic Science Of Hemorrhage, Resuscitation And Healing
Trauma/Critical Care 5: Basic Science Inflammation And Sepsis
Vascular 2: Endothelial Cell Intimal Hyperplasia
Morning Break With Exhibits
AAS Research Awards
SUS Research Awards
Education Plenary Session
Lunch In The Exhibit Area
Education Committee Session: “Integrated Subspecialty Programs:
Way Of The Future Or Recipe For Disaster”
Hot Topic Session: “Bleeding In The Operating Room – Why It’s Bad & How To Stop It!”
Hot Topic Session: “Global Health And Academic Surgery: Practical Perspectives”
Outcomes Panel Discussion: “Surgical Outcomes Research: Setting The Agenda For The
Next 10 Years”
Afternoon Break With Exhibits
Integrated Quick Shot Session II:
Clinical Trials/Outcomes 3: Safety And Prevention
Clinical Trials/Outcomes 4: Perioperative Outcomes
Clinical Trials/Outcomes 5: Diagnostic Measures And Quality
Education 2: Surgical Education Potpourri
Gastrointestinal/Nutrition 3: Hindgut/Pediatrics
Global Health 1: Global Health
Oncology 4: Basic Science
Oncology 5: Endocrine
Oncology 6: General Oncology
Pediatrics/Developmental Biology 2: Wound Healing Potpourri
Trauma/Critical Care 3: Outcomes/Education/Quality And Cost
Trauma/Critical Care 4: Critical Care And Burns
8th Annual Academic Surgical Congress
Location
Crescent City Ballroom
Lafitte
Salon III
Salon IV
Directors
Beinville
Chamber 1
Chamber 2
Chamber 3
Salon II
Conti
Pontalba
Chamber 4
Crescent City Ballroom
Roosevelt
Waldorf Astoria Ballroom
Roosevelt
Crescent City Ballroom
Roosevelt
Orpheum
Waldorf Astoria Ballroom
Waldorf Astoria Ballroom
Crescent City Ballroom
Salon III
Salon IV
Salon V
Lafitte
Beinville
Napoleon
Chamber 1
Chamber 2
Chamber 3
Salon II
Conti
Pontalba
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SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM
6:30AM - 7:00AM
Tuesday, February 5, 2013
AAS New Member Breakfast
Quick Shot Session I
Cardiothoracic 1: What Beats And Breathes
Lafitte
Moderators: Danny Chu, MD & Shu S. Lin, MD
1.1.Biochemically Engineered Stromal Cell-Derived Factor-1alpha
Analog Increases Perfusion In The Ischemic Hindlimb A. S. Fairman1, J. W. Macarthur1, J. E. Cohen1, W. Hiesinger1, M. Ku1, Y.
Shudo1, P. Atluri1, Y. Woo1 ; 1University Of Pennsylvania - Department Of Surgery, Philadelphia, PA
1.3.ABO Blood Group And Heart Transplantation Outcomes: Go
The Distance! M. W. Bradner1, B. A. Whitson2, R. John1 ; 1University Of Minnesota Division Of Cardiothoracic Surgery, Minneapolis,
MA; 2Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center Division Of Cardiac Surgery, Columbus, OH
1.5.Resveratrol Mitigates The Insulin Signaling Pathway In Ischemic Myocardium A. A. Sabe1, N. Y. Elmadhun1, M. P. Robich1,
F. W. Sellke1 ; 1Division Of Cardiothoracic Surgery, Cardiovascular
Research Center, Warren Alpert School Of Medicine, Brown University, Providence, RI
1.6.Surgical Technique Influences Heartmate-2 Left Ventricular
Assist Device Thrombosis C. Ward1, L. M. Wilson1, D. L. Dries1, A.
A. Mangi1 ; 1Yale University School Of Medicine, New Haven, CT
1.7.Safety And Efficacy Of Selected Preoperative Intra-Aortic
Balloon Pump Use In Continuous Flow Left Ventricular Assist
Device (LVAD) Recipients: An Analysis Of 200 Recipients B. A.
Whitson1,2, M. Bradner2, P. Eckman2, S. J. Shumway2, K. K. Liao2, R.
John2 ; 1The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center, Columbus, OH; 2The University Of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN
1.8.Feasibility Of Implementing A Multidisciplinary Heart Team:
A Pilot Study D. Chu1, S. Mulukutla1, C. Smith1, M. Schmidhofer1,
O. Marroquin1, J. S. Lee1, F. G. Bakaeen2, D. Anaya2, V. O. Morell1,
L. Wei1, V. Badhwar1 ; 1University Of Pittsburg Medical Center,
Pittsburgh, PA; 2Baylor College Of Medicine And The Michael E.
DeBakey VA Medical Center, Houston, TX
1.13.Surgical Resection Of Large (>/= 7 Cm) Non-Small Cell Lung
Cancers D. D. Odell1, R. J. Landreneau1, K. N. McCormick1, J. P.
Landreneau1, A. Pitanga 1, J. Gomes1, F. Franca1, B. Weksler1, A.
Pennathur1, J. D. Luketich1, M. J. Schuchert1 ; 1Department Of Cardiothoracic Surgery, Pittsburgh, PA
1.14.The Prognostic Utility Of Log Odds Ratios In Non-Small Cell
Lung Cancer (NSCLC) D. M. Thesier1, A. Groman2, P. Prasanna1,
M. Hennon2, E. Dexter1,2, A. Picone2, T. Demmy1,2, C. E. Nwogu1,2,
S. Yendamuri1,2 ; 1State University Of New York At Buffalo, Buffalo ,
NY; 2Roswell Park Cancer Institute, Buffalo , NY
1.15.Inhibition of Ctgf Decreases Matrigel Invasion in Esophageal
Adenocarcinoma J. Lin1, Z. Wang1, D. G. Thomas2, M. B. Orringer1,
A. C. Chang1, D. G. Beer1 ; 1University Of Michigan Department Of
Surgery, Ann Arbor, MI; 2University Of Michigan Department Of Pathology, Ann Arbor, MI
1.16.The Aryl Hydrocarbon Receptor Is Central To The Immune
Response To Toxic Exposures In The Lung A. Mueller1, J. Fechner1, X. Zhang1, J. D. Mezrich1 ; 1University Of Wisconsin School Of
Medicine And Public Health - Department Of Surgery, Madison, WI
1.17.Developing An Academic Robotic Thoracic Surgery Program: How To Minimize The Learning Curve P. H. Dedhia2, E. J.
Bergeron1, J. Lin1, A. C. Chang1, R. M. Reddy1 ; 1Section Of Thoracic Surgery, University Of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI; 2Department
Of General Surgery, Ann Arbor, MI
1.9.Mutlidiscisplinary Approach To Compliance With National
Guidlelines Leads To Significant Improvement In Clinical
Outcomes In An Academic Cardiac Surgery Intensive Care
Unit E. Kelly1, P. S. Shekar1, K. Kadera1, R. M. Bolman1, J. D.
Rawn1; 1Brigham & Women’s Hospital, Boston , MA
1.18.Aryl Hydrocarbon Receptor Mediated Effects of Environmental Toxicants in Inflammatory Airway Disease M. J. Van Voorhis1,
J. H. Fechner1, X. Zhang1, J. D. Mezrich1 ; 1University Of Wisconsin
School Of Medicine And Public Health - Department Of Surgery,
Madison, WI
1.10.Inflammatory Infiltrate In Thoracic Aortic Dissection J. C.
Choi1,2, D. Wu1,2, A. Sameri1,2, P. Albini1,2, M. T. Nguyen1,2, L. C.
Palmero1,2, J. S. Coselli1,2, Y. H. Shen1,2, S. A. LeMaire1,2 ; 1Division
Of Cardiothoracic Surgery, Michael E. DeBakey Department Of Surgery, Baylor College Of Medicine, Houston, TX; 2The Texas Heart
Institute At St. Luke’s Episcopal Hospital, Houston, TX
1.19.Perioperative Outcomes After On-pump Versus Off-pump
Coronary Artery Bypass Grafting: A Propensity-Matching Analysis F. G. Bakaeen1, D. Chu2, R. Kelly3, W. L. Holman4, M. Jessen5,
H. B. Ward3 ; 1The Michael E. DeBakey VA Medical Center, Baylor
College Of Medicine, And The Texas Heart Institute, Houston,
Texas; 2University Of Pittsburg Medical Center, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; 3The University Of Minnesota , Minneapolis, MN; 4University Of Alabama, Birmingham, Alabama; 5University Of Texas
Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas, Texas
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1.4.Regeneration Of Fetal Sheep Myocardial Infarction Following
MI Requires Recruitment Of Cardiac Progenitor Cells Via Stromal-Derived Factor-1a M. Allukian1, M. Morris3, J. Xu2, R. Caskey1,
W. Dorsett-Martin3, J. Gorman1, R. C. Gorman1, K. W. Liechty2
; 1Hospital Of The University Of Pennsylvania , Philadelpha,
PA; 2Nemours Children’s Hospital, Orlando, Florida; 3University Of
Mississippi Medical Center, Jackson, MS
1.12.Calcineurin Inhibitors and Clostridium Difficile Infection in
Adult Lung Transplant Recipients: the Effect of Cyclosporine
Versus Tacrolimus J. T. Lee1, B. A. Whitson2,4, R. F. Kelly2, J.
D’Cunha2, J. M. Dunitz3, M. I. Hertz3, S. J. Shumway2 ; 1University
Of Minnesota, Department Of Surgery, Division Of Colon And Rectal Surgery, Minneapolis, MN; 2University Of Minnesota, Department Of Surgery, Division Of Cardiothoracic Surgery, Minneapolis,
MN; 3University Of Minnesota, Department Of Medicine, Division Of
Pulmonary, Allergy, Critical Care, And Sleep Medicine, Minneapolis,
MN; 4The Ohio State University, Department Of Surgery, Division
Of Cardiac Surgery, Columbus, OH
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1.2.Altered Expression and Activation of Mitogen-Activated Protein Kinases in Diabetic Heart During Cardioplegic Arrest and
Cardiopulmonary Bypass J. Feng1, Y. Liu1, N. Dobrilovic1, C. Bianchi1, F. W. Sellke1 ; 1Rhode Island Hospital/Alpert Medical School
Of Brown University, Providence, RI
1.11.AKT2 Deficient Aortas Exhibit Reduced Residual Strain D.
Wu1,2,3, J. C. Choi1,3, J. S. Coselli1,3, Y. H. Shen1,3, S. A. LeMaire1,2,3
; 1Division Of Cardiothoracic Surgery, Michael E. DeBakey Department Of Surgery, Baylor College Of Medicine, Houston, TX; 2Department Of Molecular Physiology And Biophysics, Baylor College
Of Medicine, Houston, TX; 3Texas Heart Institute At St. Lukes Episcopal Hospital, Houston, TX
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7:30AM - 9:30AMIntegrated
Blue Room
SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM
7:30AM - 9:30AMIntegrated
Tuesday, February 5, 2013
Quick Shot Session I
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Clinical Trials/Outcomes 1: Administrative Databases
Salon III
Moderators: Marie L. Crandall, MD & Tracy S. Wang, MD
2.1.How Sick Are Dialysis Patients Undergoing Cholecystectomy?
Analysis Of 93,703 Patients From The American College Of Surgeons National Surgical Quality Improvement Program Database S. Tam1, G. Sugiyama1 ; 1Division Of General Surgery, SUNY
Downstate Medical Center, Brooklyn, NY
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2.2.Open Adrenalectomy In The Era Of Minimally Invasive Surgery:
Selection Patterns And Outcomes J. T. Broome1, T. Yen2, T. S.
Wang2, K. Fan1, X. Chen1, R. Nookala1, W. Mendez3, C. C. Solorzano1 ; 1Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Nashville, TN; 2Medical College Of Wisconsin , Milwaukee, WI; 3University Of Puerto
Rico, San Juan, Puerto Rico
2.3.Outpatient General Surgery Is Safe In The United States: Analysis Of 362,479 Cases Z. G. Schwam1, S. A. Roman1, J. A. Sosa1
; 1Yale University School Of Medicine, New Haven, CT
2.4.A 12-Year Trend In Radical Mastectomies In The United
States: An Inpatient Database Review. I. D. Ehanire1, O. Yerokun1,
T. A. Oyetunji1, W. I. Frederick1, S. Horton1, L. D. Leffall1, L. Wilson1
; 1Howard University College Of Medicine, Washington, DC
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2.5.Morbidity And Mortality In Geriatric Patients Undergoing Ventral Hernia Repair: Outcomes Of 27,990 Cases S. Qiu1, C. M.
Divino1 ; 1Mount Sinai School Of Medicine, New York, 10029
2.6.Obesity And Trends In Malpractice Claims For Physicians And
Surgeons L. J. Talbot2, C. E. Weber1, M. C. Kuo1, N. Y. Li1, P. C.
Kuo1,2 ; 1Loyola University Medical Center, Maywood, IL; 2Duke
University Medical Center, Durham, NC
2.7.Surgical Management Of Esophageal Diverticulum: A Review
From The Nationwide Inpatient Sample M. T. Onwugbufor1, D.
Allen1, A. Obirieze1, T. Fullum1 ; 1Howard University College Of
Medicine, Department Of Surgery, Washington, DC
2.8.Does A “Holiday Effect” Impact Surgical Treatment Of Acute
Cholecystitis? Answers From A Statewide Patient Database
J. F. Bradley1, K. B. Williams1, A. L. Walters1, B. A. Wormer1, K.
T. Dacey1, V. A. Augenstein1, B. T. Heniford1 ; 1Carolinas Medical
Center, Charlotte, NC
2.9.Early Versus Interval Appendectomy For Children With Perforated Appendicitis: An Invidual Patient Data Meta-Analysis Of
Randomized Trials A. P. Marshall1, S. D. St. Peter2, E. Y. Huang3,
C. Yu4, J. Tice1, L. Wang4, S. W. Sharp2, M. L. Blakely1,5 ; 1Department Of Pediatric Surgery, Nashville, TN; 2Department Of Pediatric
Surgery, Kansas City, MO; 3Division Of Pediatric Surgery, Memphis, TN; 4Department Of Biostatistics, Vanderbilt, TN; 5Department Of Pediatrics, Nasvhille, TN
2.10.Safety of Outpatient Thyroidectomy and Parathyroidectomy in the United States: An Analysis of 55,887 Patients Z. G.
Schwam1, S. A. Roman1, J. A. Sosa1 ; 1Yale University School Of
Medicine, New Haven, CT
2.12.Comprehensive Geriatric Assessment In Cancer Patients
Undergoing Abdominal Surgery J. Stanley1, B. Badgwell1 ; 1The
University Of Arkansas For Medical Sciences, Little Rock, AR
2.13.Variations And Ethnic Trends In Disease Severity, Presentation And Clinical Outcomes In Adolescents With Breast Cancer:
A 20-year Population-based Outcomes Study From The SEER
Database (1973-2009) V. Murthy1, S. Pawar1, R. S. Chamberlain1,2,3
; 1Department Of Surgery, Saint Barnabas Medical Center, Livingston, NJ; 2Department Of Surgery, University Of Medicine And Dentistry Of New Jersey, Newark, NJ; 3Department Of Surgery, Saint
George’s University School Of Medicine, ., West Indies
2.14.Accuracy of American College of Surgeons National Surgical Quality Improvement Program Pediatric for Laparoscopic
Appendectomy at A Single Institution E. M. Knott1, N. Sharp1, P.
Thomas1, S. D. St. Peter1 ; 1Children’s Mercy Hospital- University
Of Missouri Kansas City, Kansas, MO
2.15.Readmission After Delayed Diagnosis Of SSI; A Focus On
Prevention Using ACS NSQIP A. Gibson1, V. Rajamanickam1, G.
Kennedy1 ; 1University Of Wisconsin - Madison Department Of Surgery , Madison, WI
2.16.Differentiation Of Ileostomy From Colostomy Procedures:
Assessing The Accuracy Of CPT Codes And The Utility Of
Natural Language Processing E. T. Vo1, J. A. Davila2, J. K. Hou1,
K. Hodge1, R. L. Berger1, D. H. Berger1,2, M. K. Liang1 ; 1Baylor College Of Medicine And The Michael E. DeBakey VA Medical Center,
Houston, Texas; 2Houston VA Health Services Research & Development Center Of Excellence, Houston, Texas
2.17.Utilization Of Robotic Surgery In United States Hospitalizations: A Cross-Sectional Analysis Of HCUP-NIS Data From 2008
And 2009 M. Salman1, R. Grim1, T. Bell1, V. Ahuja1,2 ; 1York Hospital, York, PA; 2Penn State Hershey Medical Center, Hershey, PA
2.18.Comparison Of Hospital Surgical Quality Rankings For Elderly Vs. Non-Elderly Patients W. B. Chow1, C. Y. Ko1,4, R. P.
Merkow3,4, K. Y. Bilimoria2,4 ; 1David Geffen School Of Medicine At
UCLA, Los Angeles, CA; 2Northwestern University Feinberg School
Of Medicine, Chicago, IL; 3University of Colorado School of Medicine, Aurora, CO; 4American College Of Surgeons, Chicago, IL
2.19.Effect Of Surgical Fellow Involvement On Outcomes In
Hepatic Resection – An ACS NSQIP Analysis N. H. Bhayani1,
O. Hamed1, G. Ortenzi1, J. T. Kaifi1, E. T. Kimchi1, K. F. StaveleyO’Carroll1, N. J. Gusani1 ; 1Penn State MS Hershey Medical Center,
Department Of Surgery , Hershey, PA
2.20.Outcomes Following Colon Trauma In The 21st Century: An
Analysis Of The U.S. National Trauma Data Bank (NTDB) Q.
Hatch1, M. W. Causey1, M. J. Martin1, D. Stoddard1, E. K. Johnson1,
J. Maykel2, S. R. Steele1 ; 1Madigan Army Medical Center, Fort
Lewis, WA; 22- UMass Memorial Medical Center, Worcester, MA
2.11.Management of Advanced Gastric Cancer in the United
States: Analysis of 21,039 Patients K. L. Sherman1, A. M. Shah1,
R. P. Merkow1,2, C. E. Wang1, K. Y. Bilimoria1, D. J. Bentrem1,3
; 1Department Of Surgery And Surgical Outcomes And Quality
Improvement Center, Northwestern University, Chicago, IL; 2Department Of Surgery, University Of Colorado School Of Medicine,
Aurora , CO; 3Department Of Surgery, Jesse Brown VA Medical
Center, Chicago, IL
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SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM
7:30AM - 9:30AMIntegrated
Tuesday, February 5, 2013
Quick Shot Session I
Salon IV
Moderators: Timothy C. Lee, MD & Carl Schulman, MD
3.1.Management Of Maxillofacial Fractures: A 6-Year Institutional
Review To Identify Clinical Predictors Of Complication And
Revision J. Hill2, K. W. Sexton1, J. L. Best1, M. A. Mueller1, W. P.
Thayer1, O. D. Guillamondegui1, K. J. Kelly1, R. Shack1 ; 1Vanderbilt
University Medical Center, Nashville, TN; 2New York University
School Of Medicine , New York, NY
3.3.Geriatric Small Bowel Obstruction: An Analysis Of Treatment
And Outcomes Compared To A Younger Cohort W. R. Krause1,
T. Webb1 ; 1Medical College Of Wisconsin , Milwaukee, WI
3.4.Hernia Complexity Predicts Operative Time And Length Of
Stay In Laparoscopic Ventral Hernia Repairs A. R. Butler1, M. J.
Frelich1, J. C. Gould1, M. I. Goldblatt1 ; 1Medical College Of Wisconsin , Milwaukee, WI
3.6.Predictive Factors of Splenic Injury in Antireflux Surgery. A.
Shaligram1, L. Smith2, P. Pallati1, A. Simorov1, A. Meyer1, J. Meza2,
D. Oleynikov1 ; 1University Of Nebraska Medical Center, Omaha,
NE; 2College Of Public Health, Omaha , NE
3.7.The Incidence And The Factors Related To The Early Discontinuation Of Postoperative Hormone Therapy K. Taketani1, E.
Tokunaga1, N. Yamashita1, H. Saeki1, E. Oki1, M. Morita1, Y. Maehara1 ; 1Department Of Surgery And Science, Graduate School Of
Medical Sciences, Kyushu University, Fukuoka, Fukuoka
3.8.Identification Of Common Risk Factors For Wound Healing
Complications And Recurrence After 163 Ventral Incisional
Hernia Repairs M. Vigiola Cruz1, A. H. Boyarsky1, H. C. Hsia1
; 1UMDNJ - Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, Piscataway, NJ
3.9.Risk Factors And Outcomes Of Emergency Primary Ventral
Hernia Repair L. T. Li1, N. S. Becker1, R. L. Berger2, M. L. Clapp2,
C. K. Chu1, J. A. Davis1, S. C. Hicks3, D. H. Berger1,2, S. S. Awad1,2,
M. K. Liang1,2 ; 1Michael E. DeBakey Department Of Surgery, Baylor
College Of Medicine, Houston , TX; 2Operative Care Line, Michael
E. DeBakey Veterans Affairs Medical Center, Houston, TX; 3Department Of Statistics, Rice Univerisity, Houston, TX
3.10.Perceived Quality Improvements Using Daily Allocation Of
Surgical Residents To The Operating Room And Outpatient
Clinics P. Leung1, P. Patcha1, A. Sanni1 ; 1Kings County Hospital
Center, Brooklyn, NY
3.14.Metabolic Syndrome Is Associated With Type 2 Endoleak
After Endovascular Aneurysm Repair M. R. Hall1,2, C. D. Protack1,2, R. Assi1,2, W. T. Williams1,2, P. Vasilas2, B. E. Muhs1,2, A.
Dardik1,2 ; 1Department Of Surgery, Yale University School Of Medicine, New Haven, CT; 2VA Connecticut Healthcare System, Department Of Surgery, West Haven, CT
3.15.Disparities In Trauma: The Impact Of Socioeconomic
Factors On Outcomes Following Traumatic Hollow Viscus
Injury M. R. Hazlitt2, J. B. Hill1, O. L. Gunter1, O. D. Guillamondegui1
; 1Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Nashville, TN; 2Meharry
Medical College, Nashville, TN
3.16.Nobody Flies For Free: An Evaluation Of Trauma Outcomes
Related To Insurance Status In Patients Requiring Pre-hospital
Helicopter Transport L. A. Gurien1, D. J. Chesire1, S. L. Koonce2, J.
B. Burns1 ; 1University Of Florida College Of Medicine Jacksonville,
Jacksonville, FL; 2Mayo Clinic - Florida, Jacksonville, FL
3.17.Does Money Matter? The Relationship Between Household
Income And Outcomes After Trauma B. C. Branco1, M. Mobily1,
P. Rhee1, J. Wynne1, F. S. Randall1, N. Kulvatunyou1, B. Joseph1, A.
L. Tang1, T. O’Keeffe1 ; 1University Of Arizona: College Of Medicine
, Tucson, AZ
3.18.Should The Criteria For Parathyroidectomy In Women Of
Childbearing Age Be More Liberal? A 35-year Experience With
Primary Hyperparathyroidism During Pregnancy R. H. Grogan1,
I. Mamhoud2, P. Angelos1, E. L. Kaplan1 ; 1University Of Chicago,
Department Of Surgery, Endocrine Surgery Research Program,
Chicago, IL; 2University Of Chicago Department Of Obstetrics And
Gynecology, Chicago, IL
3.19.Prevalence And Determinants Of Depression And Anxiety
Disorders In Surgical Patients Z. Khorgami1, M. Aghajani1, E.
Sahimi-Izadian1, N. Hosseini Araghi1, M. Sianpanah1, S. Shoar1
; 1Tehran University Of Medical Sciences, Tehran, Tehran
3.20.Prognostic Impact Of Sentinel Lymph Node Biopsy In
Patients With Thick (?4 Mm) Melanoma D. M. Irizarry1, M. J.
Mastrangelo2, K. Feeney2, J. C. Kairys1, A. C. Berger1 ; 1Thomas
Jefferson University Medical College, Philadelpha, PA; 2Thomas
Jefferson University Medical College, Philadelpha, PA
3.11.Metabolic Syndrome Is Associated With Restenosis After Carotid Endarterectomy W. T. Williams1,2, C. D. Protack1,2, R. Assi1,2,
M. R. Hall1,2, P. Vasilas2, A. Dardik1,2 ; 1Yale University Department
Of Surgery, New Haven, CT; 2VA Connecticut Healthcare System,
West Haven, CT
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3.5.Impact of Patient Characteristics and Perioperative Factors
On Readmission After General Surgery. B. M. Kohlnhofer1,2, S.
E. Tevis2, L. E. Glen1,2, G. D. Kennedy1,2 ; 1University Of Wisconsin
School Of Medicine And Public Health, Madison, WI; 2University Of
Wisconsin Department Of Surgery, Madison, WI
3.13.Chronic Kidney Disease Predicts Long Term Mortality After
Major Lower Extremity Amputation R. Assi1,2, C. D. Protack1,2, W.
T. Williams1,2, M. R. Hall1,2, P. Vasilas2, A. Dardik1,2 ; 1Department Of
Surgery, Yale University, New Haven, CT; 2Department Of Surgery,
VA Connecticut Healthcare System, West Haven, CT
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3.2.Development Of A Risk Assessment Model For Post-operative Abscess Development After Pediatric Appendectomy D.
LaKam1, P. Homel1, S. C. Burjonrappa1 ; 1Maimonides Medical
Center, Brooklyn, NY
3.12.Conservative Selection Criteria Generates Favorable
Outcome In EVAR: A Mid-Term Analysis M. R. Maness1, B. A.
Ehlert1, M. B. Burruss1, T. W. Capps1, C. S. Powell1, W. M. Bogey1,
F. M. Parker1, M. C. Stoner1 ; 1East Carolina University Brody
School Of Medicine, Greenville, NC
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Education 1: Surgical Education: Targeting The Resident Learner
Salon V
Moderators: Juan David Hernandez Restrepo, MD, Rishindra M. Reddy, MD & Ranjan Sudan, MD
4.1.Extending The Principles Of Procedural Certification To
Patient Safety: A Satisfying Surgical Handoff Curriculum M.
Gupta1, C. Reinke1, J. Myers2, R. Kelz1, J. Pascual1 ; 1University Of
Pennsylvania - Department Of Surgery, Philadelphia, PA; 2Department Of Medicine And Clinical Effectiveness And Quality Improvement, University Of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA
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4.2.Assessment Of Current Handoff Practices And Development
Of A Standardized Resident Handoff: PACT Project N. M. Tapia1,
S. C. Fallon1, M. L. Brandt1, J. Suliburk1 ; 1Baylor College Of Medicine, Houston, TX
4.3.Educating Surgical Residents In Palliative Care
Communication Through Family Meetings And Use Of
Structured Debriefings L. S. Tyrie1, D. H. Livingston1, S. Lamba2,
A. C. Mosenthal1 ; 1UMDNJ-New Jersey Medical School, Newark,
NJ; 2UMDNJ-New Jersey Medical School, Newark, NJ
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4.4.Comparative Effectiveness Of Virtual Reality Versus Box
Trainer Simulators For Laparoscopic Surgery Training: A
Systematic Review & Meta-Analysis B. Zendejas1, D. A. Cook1, R.
Brydges2, S. J. Hamstra3, J. Bingener1 ; 1Mayo Clinic, Rochester,
MN; 2University Of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario; 3University Of Ottawa, Ottawa, Ontario
4.5.Epic Wars: Simulation Laboratory Based Electronic Medical
Record Training Leverages Resident Peer Cross Training
To Define Knowledge Deficiencies For Focused Preemptive
Training E. L. Lambert1, P. Pieper1, M. S. Nussbaum1, J. J. Tepas 1
; 1University Of Florida College Of Medicine Jacksonville, Jacksonville, Florida
4.6.8-Minute Suture Skills Test Predicts Clinical Technical
Performance In Advanced Trainees T. A. Aloia1, M. H. Katz1, N. D.
Perrier1, J. E. Lee1, J. B. Fleming1 ; 1MD Anderson Cancer Center,
Houston, Texas
4.7.»Resident Bedside-Procedure Competency And Efficiency
Identification By Intensive Care Nursing Staff» V. K. Bhalla1, A.
Bolduc1, F. Lewis1, C. Hogan1, M. Park1, C. Laserna1, J. Edmunds1,
T. Hentges1, S. B. Holsten1 ; 1Georgia Health Sciences University,
Augusta, GA
4.8.Comprehensive Assessment Of Resident Performance In The
Operating Room C. E. Glarner1, R. J. McDonald1, S. E. Peyre2,
A. B. Smith1, J. A. Greenberg1, G. E. Leverson1, C. M. Pugh1, C.
C. Greenberg1, E. F. Foley1 ; 1University Of Wisconsin - Madison,
Madison, WI; 2University Of Rochester Medical Center , Rochester,
NY
4.9.Surgery Residents Predicting Their ABSITE Score: How
Accurate Are They? L. Simpson-Camp1,2, E. A. Meister3, S. M.
Kavic2 ; 1Hendrick Medical Center, Abilene, TX; 2University Of
Maryland School Of Medicine, Baltimore, MD; 3University Of Arizona: College Of Medicine , Tucson, AZ
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4.10.Residents As Teachers: Can We Make A Lesson Plan? K.
Barrera1,2, M. Klein1,2, V. Lau1,2, E. Miao1, C. Turner1,2, A. Sanni1,2
; 1SUNY - Downstate Medical Center, Brooklyn, NY; 2Kings County
Hospital Center, Brooklyn, NY
4.11.Surgical Resident Learning Styles: Faculty And Resident
Accuracy At Identification Of Preferences And Impact On
ABSITE Scores R. H. Kim1, T. Gilbert1, K. Ristig2, B. D. Li1, Q. D.
Chu1 ; 1Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center-Shreveport And Feist-Weiller Cancer Center, Shreveport, LA; 2Centenary
College Of Louisana, Shreveport, LA
4.12.Introducing Deliberate Perioperative Teaching Behaviors
Motivated By Surgeon-Blinded Baseline Observations
Dramatically Improved Both Surgeons? Teaching Skills And
Resident Perceptions Of Faculty Instruction C. I. Anderson1,
R. N. Gupta1, J. R. Larson1, O. I. Abubars1, A. E. Hozain1, A. J.
Kwiecien1, A. D. Lake1, A. Tanious1, A. M. Brown1, C. Henderson1,
M. D. Basson1 ; 1Michigan State University Department Of Surgery,
Lansing, MI
4.13.Surgeon Versus Non-Surgeon Perspectives Of Quality And
Patient Safety In GME: A National Cross-Sectional Survey Of
Program Directors And Trainees H. M. Early1, R. K. McAllister1,2,
R. L. Bush1, H. Wehbe-Janek1,2 ; 1Texas A & M Health Science
Center College Of Medicine, Bryan, Texas; 2Scott & White Healthcare, Temple, Texas
4.14.Laparoscopic Simulation Training: Resident Survey S.
Shetty1, B. Zevin3, T. P. Grantcharov3, R. L. Bell2, K. E. Roberts2, A.
J. Duffy2 ; 1Saint Mary’s Hospital, Waterbury, CT; 2Yale University
School Of Medicine, New Haven, CT; 3University Of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario
4.15.Needs Assessment Of General Surgery Residents On How
To Best Prepare Them For Complex Lung Resections With
Minimal Prior Exposure E. L. Hayden1, R. M. Reddy2, F. J. Seagull3
; 1University Of Michigan Medical School, Ann Arbor, MI; 2University Of Michigan Department Of Surgery, Section Of Thoracic
Surgery, Ann Arbor, MI; 3University Of Michigan Medical School
Department Of Medical Education, Ann Arbor, MI
4.16.An Improved Hemicorporectomy Technique M. B. Janjua1, D.
C. Crafts1,2, F. E. Johnson1,2 ; 1Saint Louis University Medical Center, St Louis, MO; 2Veterans Affairs Medical Center, St. Louis, MO
4.17.Demographic Predictors Of Residency Program
Performance On The American Osteopathic Board Of Surgery
In-Training Examination J. L. Falcone1, M. E. Rosen2 ; 1University
Of Pittsburgh Medical Center, Pittsburgh, PA; 2American College
Of Osteopathic Surgeons, Alexandria, VA
4.18.A Report Card: Performance On The American Osteopathic
Board Of Surgery In-Training Examination For Established
General Surgery Residency Programs J. L. Falcone1, M. E.
Rosen2 ; 1University Of Pittsburgh Medical Center, Pittsburgh,
PA; 2American College Of Osteopathic Surgeons, Alexandria, VA
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Moderators: E. Ramsay Camp, MD & Nipun Merchant, MD
5.1.Identifying Important Risk Factors For Surgical Site Infection
In Patients Undergoing Component Separation Ventral Hernia
Repair Through Innovative Analytic Morphometric Assessment
And Body Composition B. Levi1, J. Lisiecki1, P. Zhang1, J. Rinkinen1, J. H. Kozlow1, W. M. Kuzon1, S. C. Wang1 ; 1University Of
Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan
5.7.Evaluation Of Partial Face Transplant Perfusion Using NearInfrared Fluorescence Imaging: Are Both Vascular Pedicles
Necessary? J. T. Nguyen1, Y. Ashitate1, A. Stockdale1, S. Gioux1, J.
V. Frangioni1, B. T. Lee1 ; 1Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center Harvard Medical School , Boston , MA
5.3.Is Robotic Hemithyroidectomy Superior To Its Conventional
Counterpart? R. A. Abdelghani1, S. I. Noureldine1, J. Buell1, A.
Abbas2, E. Kandil1 ; 1Tulane University School Of Medicine, Department Of Surgery, New Orleans, LA; 2Tulane University School Of
Public Health And Tropical Medicine, New Orleans, LA
5.9.Characterization Of Inflammatory And Stem Cell Recruitment
Into A Novel Fetal Acellular Collagen Matrix To Facilitate Tissue
Regeneration R. C. Rennert1, M. Sorkin 1, R. K. Garg1, M. Januszyk1, G. C. Gurtner1 ; 1Stanford University Department Of Surgerym Division Of Plastic Surgery, Stanford, CA
5.4.Combined Endoscopic And Laparoscopic Surgery (CELS) May
Be An Alternative To Bowel Resection For The Management Of
Colon Polyps Not Removable By Standard Colonoscopy M. K.
Lee1, F. Chen1, E. Esrailian2, M. Russell1, J. Sack1, A. Y. Lin1, J. Yoo1
; 1UCLA Department Of Surgery, Los Angeles, CA; 2UCLA Department Of Medicine, Los Angeles, CA
5.10.Amniotic Fluid Derived Mesenchymal Stromal Cells:
Characterization And Logistics Of Clinical Grade Cell
Production R. A. Hetz1,2,4, F. Triolo1, S. D. Olson1, P. Smith1, M.
Day1, A. Johnson3, K. J. Moise3, C. S. Cox1,2,4,5 ; 1Ut Health Department Of Pediatric Surgery, Houston, TX; 2Ut Health Department Of
Surgery, Houston, TX; 3Ut Health Department Of Obstetrics And
Gynocology, Houston, TX; 4The Senator Lloyd And B.A. Bentsen
Center For Stroke Research At The Brown Foundation Institute Of
Molecular Medicine, Houston, TX; 5The Michael E DeBakey Institute For Comparative Cardiovascular Science And Biomedical Devices3, College Station, TX
5.5.Practitioners? Perceptions Of The Decision Support For Safer
Surgery Tool (DS3): Implications For Integration Into Surgical
Care Settings W. E. Norton1, P. W. Hosokawa3, W. G. Henderson3,
E. T. Volckmann2, J. Pell2, M. G. Tomeh4, R. E. Glasgow2, S. Min3,
L. A. Neumayer2, M. T. Hawn1 ; 1University Of Alabama At Birmingham, Birmingham , Alabama; 2University Of Utah , Salt Lake City,
Utah; 3University Of Colorado Denver, Aurora, Colorado; 4QCMetrix, Inc. , Waltham, MA
5.6.Creating A Biologist-Oriented Interface And Code Generation
System For A Computational Modeling Assistant J. M. Matthews1, S. Christley2, J. C. Alverdy2, G. An2 ; 1Massachusetts
Institute Of Technology, Cambridge, MA; 2University Of Chicago
Pritzker School Of Medicine, Chicago, IL
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5.11.Irreversible Electroporation Facilitates Gene Transfer Of
A GM-CSF Plasmid With A Local And Systemic Response J.
T. Au1, A. Mittra1, T. Song1, M. Cavnar1, K. Jun1, J. Carson1, S.
Monette1, P. Ezell1, J. Wolchok1, Y. Fong1 ; 1Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, New York, NY
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5.8.Intraoperative Near-infrared Fluorescence Imaging Systems
For Evaluation Of Thrombosis In Microsurgery J. T. Nguyen1,
Y. Ashitate1, A. Stockdale1, S. Gioux1, J. V. Frangioni1, B. T. Lee1
; 1Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center - Harvard Medical School
, Boston , MA
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5.2.Automatic Nerve Stimulation Monitor Application During
Thyroid Surgery M. A. Trahan1, S. I. Noureldine1, R. A. Abbelghani1,
E. Kandil1 ; 1Tulane University Department Of Surgery, New Orleans, LA
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Tuesday, February 5, 2013
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Gastrointestinal/Nutrition 1: Bariatrics/Basic Science/Inflammation
Beinville
Moderators: Mike K. Liang, MD & Melinda A. Maggard-Gibbons, MD
6.1.Pathologic Effects Of Hepatocyte Growth Factor, Hepatocyte
Growth Factor Activator, And Arginine In A Pilot Rodent Model
Of Inflammatory Bowel Disease N. P. Zwintscher1, S. K. Salgar1,
C. R. Newton1,2, S. R. Steele1 ; 1Madigan Army Medical Center,
Tacoma, WA; 2Children’s Hospital And Research Center Oakland,
Oakland, CA
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6.2.Stimulation Of Intestinal Function Using A DPP-IV Inhibitor In
Short Bowel Syndrome Mouse Model R. Sueyoshi1, K. Ignatosky1,
M. Okawada1, D. H. Teitelbaum1 ; 1University Of Michigan, Ann
Arbor, MI
6.3.Zinc Deficiency In Pre-Operative Complex Hernia Patients
Reflects Inflammatory State And Renal Dysfunction A. K.
Geletzke1, B. E. Phillips1, M. Kaag1, J. Miller1, S. Mobley1, S. Kelleher2, D. I. Soybel1 ; 1Departments Of Surgery And Cellular And
Molecular Physiology, Penn State Hershey College Of Medicine,
Hershey, PA; 2Penn State University College Of Health And Human
Development, University Park, PA
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6.4.Glucagon-Like Peptide 2 Increases Efficacy Of Distraction
Enterogenesis S. Ryo1, M. W. Ralls1, Y. Feng1, D. H. Teitelbaum1
; 1University Of Michigan Department Of Surgery, Ann Arbor, Michigan
6.5.A Histone Deacetylase Inhibitor That Reduces Intraabdominal
Adhesions Modulates Hypoxia Inducible Factor (HIF)
Effects On Vascular Endothelial Growth Factor (VEGF) And
Thrombomodulin In Cultured Human Mesothelial Cells C. Gruver1, S. J. Heydrick1, M. Cassidy2, A. Stucchi1 ; 1Boston University
School Of Medicine, Boston , MA; 2Boston University Medical Center, Boston , MA
6.6.Investigation Of The Dynamics Of Extracelluar Matrix
Deposition And Remodeling In Intestinal Anastomotic Wound
Healing Using Agent-based Modeling I. Nora1, J. C. Alverdy2,
G. An2 ; 1Rollins College, Winter Park, FL; 2University Of Chicago
Pritzker School Of Medicine, Chicago, IL
6.7.The Interaction Of Hypoxic Signaling And Proinflammatory
Cytokines Regulate Genes Associated With Intraabdominal
Adhesion Formation In Human Mesothelial Cells B. M. Currie1,
S. J. Heydrick1, B. J. Keenan1, A. F. Stucchi1 ; 1Boston University
School Of Medicine, Boston , MA
6.8.The Combined Intraoperative Administration of A Histone
Deacetylase Inhibitor and A Neurokinin-1 Receptor Antagonist
That Dramatically Reduces Postoperative Adhesions
Downregulates Fibrin Pathways and Vascular Permeability M.
R. Cassidy1, A. C. Sherburne1, A. F. Stucchi1 ; 1Boston University
Medical Center, Boston, MA
6.9.Alteration In The Intestinal Microbiome Of TPN Mice Drives A
Pro-inflammatory State M. W. Ralls1, Y. Feng1, P. J. Browner1, D.
H. Teitelbaum1 ; 1University Of Michigan Department Of Surgery,
Ann Arbor, Michigan
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6.10.Attenuating The Inflammatory Changes Of Type 2 Diabetes
With Whole Body Vibration In A Murine Model M. Masoumy1,
J. C. Yu2, K. H. Wenger2,4, J. Y. Liu3, S. T. Hsieh2, B. Baban3, M.
S. Mozaffari3 ; 1Georgia Health Sciences University, Augusta,
GA; 2Georgia Health Sciences University, Augusta, GA; 3Georgia
Health Sciences University, Augusta, GA; 4Independent PhD Consultant, Martinez, GA
6.11.Actin Cytoskeleton And Tight Junctions Are In Control Of
Gut Epithelial Cell Response To Human Breast Milk V. A. Poroyko1, T. Mirzapoiazova2, D. Liu1, P. A. Singleton2 ; 1University
Of Chicago Medical Center, Department Of Surgery, Chicago,,
IL; 2University Of Chicago, Department Of Medicine, Chicago, IL
6.12.Roux-Limb Length Does Not Correlate With The Degree Of
Improvement In Dyslipidemia After Gastric Bypass D. Y. Lee1,
H. Guend1, K. Park1, S. Alcantara1, M. Reid1, J. Fisch1, J. Teixeira1
; 1St. Luke’s Roosevelt Hospital Center, New York, NY
6.13.The Incidence Of Cholecystectomy After Sleeve
Gastrectomy Versus Gastric Bypass. V. B. Tsirline1, R. C. Phillips2, Z. M. Keilani2, T. S. Kuwada2, K. Gersin2, D. Stefanidis2
; 1Northwestern University Feinberg School Of Medicine, Lake Forest, IL; 2Carolinas Medical Center, Charlotte, NC
6.14.Alvimopan (Entereg) Use In Laparoscopic Roux-en-Y Gastric
Bypass Does Not Improve Clinical Outcomes S. Qureshi1, A. A.
Taitano1, T. P. Singh1, B. B. Binetti1, P. Eichhorn1, A. Baghai-Kermani1 ; 1Albany Medical Center, Albany, NY
6.15.Are Patients Able To Meet Their Short-Term Weight Loss
Expectations Following Laparoscopic Adjustable Gastric
Banding? E. Changchien1, S. S. Kukreja1 ; 1Mount Sinai Hospital,
Chicago, IL
6.17.The Effects Of Weight Reduction Surgery On The Abdominal
Wall Wound Healing Process. C. N. Criss1, D. M. Krpata1, Y. Gao1,
E. Sadava1, Y. W. Novitsky1, M. J. Rosen1 ; 1University Hospitals
Case Medical Center, Cleveland, Ohio
6.18.Predicting The Need For Cholecystectomy After Roux-en-Y
Gastric Bypass: A Case-Control Study A. A. Taitano1, P. Y.
Parikh1, T. P. Singh1 ; 1Albany Medical Center, Albany , NY
6.19.Volumetric Fat Ratio And Not Body Mass Index Is Predictive
Of Ileocolectomy Outcomes In Crohn’s Disease Patients T. M.
Connelly1, R. Sehgal1, R. F. Tappouni2, F. E. Luke2, S. Deiling1, W.
A. Koltun1, E. Messaris1 ; 1Division Of Colon & Rectal Surgery, Hershey, PA; 2Division Of Radiology, Hershey, PA
6.20.Selective Vagal Deafferentation Leads To Improvement In
Insulin Response And GLP-1 Secretion T. E. Deelman1,2, H. Y.
Bhutta1,2, A. Tavakkoli1,2 ; 1Brigham & Women’s Hospital, Boston ,
MA; 2Harvard Medical School, Boston , MA
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Tuesday, February 5, 2013
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Napoleon
Moderators: Hiromichi Ito, MD & Giorgos C. Karakousis, MD
7.1.Resurrection Or Death Following Percutaneous Cholecystostomy – A Single Institution’s Experience B. D. Carr1, S. D.
Kachare1,2, D. J. Suttle1, E. E. Zervos1,2 ; 1East Carolina University
Brody School Of Medicine, Greenville, NC; 2Vidant Medical Center,
Greenville, NC
7.3.Surgeon-Performed Intraoperative Upper Endoscopy: A
Useful Adjunct During Laparoscopic Foregut Surgery J. P.
Pearl1 ; 1University Of Maryland School Of Medicine, Baltimore, MD
7.5.Laparoscopic Heller Myotomy For Achalasia In The Elderly:
Shifting The Treatment Paradigm? M. J. Pucci1, A. M. Wolf2, A.
Brown1, M. Hearn1, K. A. Chojnacki1, E. L. Rosato1, F. Palazzo1
; 1Thomas Jefferson University Hospital, Philadelpha, PA; 2Spectrum Health Medical Group, Grand Rapids, Michigan
7.6.Does Hypertriglyceridemia Cause More Virulent Acute
Pancreatitis? R. A. Fillenwarth1, B. J. Rejowski1, H. A. Pitt2, G. A.
Cote3, N. J. Zyromski2 ; 1Indiana University School Of Medicine, Indianapolis, IN; 2Indiana University School Of Medicine-Department
Of Surgery, Indianapolis, IN; 3Indiana University School Of Medicine-Department Of Medicine, Indianapolis, IN
7.7.Very Low Reoperation Rate For Laparoscopic Nissen
Fundoplication : A University HealthSystem Consortium
Analysis. A. Simorov1, E. C. Boilesen1, V. K. Shostrom1, D.
Oleynikov1 ; 1University Of Nebraska Medical Center, Omaha , NE
7.8.The Influence Of Age And Other Clinical Factors On Disease
Severity, Treatment And Outcomes Of Acute Appendicitis: A
United States Population Based Outcomes Study Involving
485,203 Patients S. Patil1, R. S. Chamberlain1,2,3 ; 1Department Of
Surgery, Saint Barnabas Medical Center, Livingston, NJ; 2Department Of Surgery, University Of Medicine And Dentistry Of New Jersey, Newark, NJ; 3Saint George’s University School Of Medicine,
University Centre, West Indies
7.9.The Impact Of Age And Comorbidity On Outcomes Following
Elective Laparoscopic Antireflux Surgery: An Analysis Of
National Trends From 2005-2010 L. M. Funk1, W. Melvin1, K. A.
Perry1 ; 1The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center, Columbus, OH
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7.12.Fgf Signaling Promotes The Expansion Of An A6/Hnf4alpha
Co-Expressing Progenitor Cell Population During DDC-Induced
Liver Injury Via Downstream Akt-Dependent Beta-Catenin
Activation. S. Utley1,2, C. Vendryes1, D. James1, N. Mavila1, M.
Salisbury1, J. C. Phan1, K. Wang1,2 ; 1Childrens Hospital Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA; 2University Of Southern California Keck
School Of Medicine, Los Angeles, CA
7.13.Value Of Abdominal Computed Tomography In Gallstone
Pancreatitis E. W. Shi1, C. M. Divino1 ; 1The Mount Sinai School Of
Medicine, New York, NY
7.14.Effect Of Perioperative Statin Use In Pancreatic Surgery A.
M. Wolf2, M. J. Pucci1, J. M. Winter1, S. D. Gabale1, E. P. Kennedy1,
E. L. Rosato1, H. Lavu1, C. J. Yeo1 ; 1Thomas Jefferson University
Hospital, Philadelphia, PA; 2Spectrum Health Medical Group,
Grand Rapids, MI
7.15.Outcomes And Complications Associated With Hernia
Repair In Patients With Inflammatory Bowel Disease J. E.
Hrabe1, H. S. Chong1, J. J. Mezhir1, M. R. Kapadia1 ; 1University Of
Iowa Carver College Of Medicine, Iowa City, IA
7.16.Intentional Foreign Object Ingestions: Determining Factors
Associated With Hospital Admission, Therapeutic Endoscopy,
And Surgery. P. P. Dalal2, A. J. Otey2, E. A. McGonagle2, M. L.
Whitmill1, A. C. Thomas1, C. H. Cook1, T. J. Papadimos2, T. E. Reilley2, S. D. Bergese2, S. M. Steinberg1, S. P. Stawicki1, D. C. Evans1
; 1Department Of Surgery, The Ohio State University, Columbus,
OH; 2Department Of Anesthesiology, The Ohio State University,
Columbus, OH
7.17.A Five Year Follow-up Of Ventral Hernia Repair: Suture
Versus Tack Fixation. M. Garg1, A. Stey1, M. Danzig1, S. Qiu1, S.
Yin1, C. M. Divino1 ; 1The Mount Sinai School Of Medicine, New
York, NY
7.18.Development Of An Animal Model To Investigate Optimal
Laparoscopic Trocar Site Fascial Closure H. Nanda Kumar1, K.
R. Van Sickle1, A. Parikh1, C. Louden1, J. Michalek1, A. A. Ayon2,
S. M. Cohn1 ; 1University Of Texas Health Science Center At San
Antonio, San Antonio, Texas; 2University Of Texas At San Antonio,
San Antonio, Texas
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7.4.Adjunctive Ketamine Hydrochloride Use In Patients With
Chronic Pain Undergoing Foregut Surgery May Reduce The
Length Of Stay S. Yousuf1, Y. Nikitina1, I. Eriator2, K. Oswalt2, T.
Beacham2, A. Prem2, W. Keahey2, A. Kedar1, M. Isani1, A. F. Williams3, C. J. Lahr3, T. L. Abell1 ; 1University Of Mississippi Medical
Center-Dept. Of Medicine, Digestive Diseases, Jackson, MS; 2University Of Mississippi Medical Center-Dept. Of Anesthesiology,
Jackson, MS; 3University Of Mississippi Medical Center-Dept. Of
Surgery, Jackson, MS
7.11.Intraoperative Pancreatoscopy: A Valuable Tool For
Pancreatic Surgeons M. J. Pucci1, C. Johnson1, K. Lopez1, J. M.
Winer1, H. Lavu1, C. J. Yeo1 ; 1Thomas Jefferson University Hospital, Philadelpha, PA
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7.2.Survival Analysis Of Cytoreductive Surgery And Hyperthermic
Intraperitoneal Chemotherapy In Advanced Gastric Cancer C.
Ambe1, Y. Zhu1, C. Boutros1, N. Hanna1 ; 1University Of Maryland
School Of Medicine, Baltimore, MD
7.10.Sensitivity Of ERCP Standard Cytology: 10 Year Review Of
The Literature A. Burnett1, R. J. Chokshi1 ; 1New Jersey Medical
School, Newark, NJ
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7:30AM - 9:30AMIntegrated
Tuesday, February 5, 2013
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Chamber 1
Moderators: Muneera R. Kapadia, MD & Hong J. Kim, MD
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8.1.Mitochondria-Tarted Antioxidant and Glycolysis Inhibition/
Snyergistic Therapy in Hepatocellular Carinoma A. Dilip1, G.
Cheng1, J. Joseph1, B. Kalyanaraman1, T. C. Gamblin1 ; 1Medical
College Of Wisconsin , Milwaukee, WI
8.11.Predictors Of Surgical Resection And Survival In
Hepatoblastoma: A Population-Based Examination H. F.
Schoellhammer1, J. Kim1, R. Nelson1, G. Singh1, S. L. Chen1 ; 1City
Of Hope National Medical Center, Duartre, CA
8.2.The Sphingosine-1-phosphate Receptor Modulator, FTY720,
Synergizes With 5-FU To Inhibit Growth Of Human Colon
Cancer Cells T. Aoyagi1,2, A. Yamada1,2, M. Nagahashi1,2, B. J.
Adams1,2, S. Milstien2, S. Spiegel2, K. Takabe1,2 ; 1Department Of
Surgery, Division Of Surgical Oncology, Virginia Commonwealth
University School Of Medicine, Richmond, VA; 2Department Of Biochemistry & Molecular Biology, Virginia Commonwealth University
School Of Medicine, Richmond, Virginia
8.12.Resection For Hepatocellular Carcinoma In Centrally
Located Tumors A. Li1 ; 1Eastern Hepatobiliary Surgery Hospital,
The Second Military Medical University, Shanghai, Shanghai
8.3.Aggressive Surgical Management Of Gallbladder Cancer: At
What Cost? L. X. Jin1, S. C. Pitt1, B. L. Hall1, H. A. Pitt2 ; 1Washington University In St Louis - Dept. Of Surgery, St Louis, MO; 2Indiana University School Of Medicine-Department Of Surgery,
Indianapolis, IN
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8.4.Role Of P53, Bax, P21, And DNA PKcs In Radiation Sensitivity
Of HCT-116 Cells S. Huerta1,2, X. Gao1, S. P. Dineen1,2, P. Kapur1,
D. Saha1, J. Meyer1 ; 1University Of Texas Southwestern Medical
Center, Dallas, TX; 2VA North Texas Health Care System, Dallas, TX
8.5.Post-Treatment Surveillance Of Patients With Colorectal
Liver Metastases: Does Intensity Of Follow-up Imaging Impact
Outcomes O. Hyder1, M. Weiss1, C. Wolfgang1, K. Hirose1, M.
Choti1, T. M. Pawlik1 ; 1Johns Hopkins University School Of Medicine, Baltimore, 21287
8.6.Examining Rural-Urban Disparities In The Use Of Neoadjuvant
Therapy For Rectal Cancer A. W. Chae1, S. R. Martinez2 ; 1University Of California Davis Medical Center, Sacramento, CA; 2University Of California At Davis Comprehensive Cancer Center,
Sacramento, CA
8.7.An Evaluation Of Patients With Inflammatory Bowel Disease
Who Develop Colorectal Cancer J. E. Hrabe1, M. R. Kapadia1, G.
K. Zamba1, J. C. Byrn1, J. J. Mezhir1 ; 1University Of Iowa Carver
College Of Medicine, Iowa City, IA
8.8.Liver And Pancreatic Major Resections Do Not Require
Routine Post-operative Intensive Care Unit Stay I. Koleilat1, N.
Zeinomar2, A. Nigam1 ; 1Albany Medical Center, Albany , NY; 2University At Albany, SUNY, Rensselaer, NY
8.9.Surgical Treatment Of Abdominal Hemorrhage After
Hepatectomy In 77 Patients With Primary Liver Cancer A. Li1
; 1Eastern Hepatobiliary Surgery Hospital, Shanghai, Shanghai
8.10.The Need For Transitional Care Following Colorectal Cancer
Surgery Is Driven By Increasing Age G. M. Barden1, L. T. Li1, S. T.
Orcutt1, C. J. Balentine1, A. D. Naik2, A. Artinyan4, N. J. Petersen3, S.
Sansgiry3, D. Albo1, S. S. Awad4, D. H. Berger4, D. A. Anaya4 ; 1Michael E. DeBakey Department Of Surgery, Baylor College Of Medicine, Houston, TX, Houston, TX; 2Margaret M. And Albert B. Alkek
Department Of Medicine, Baylor College Of Medicine, Houston, TX
, Houston, TX; 3Houston Veterans Affairs Health Services Research
And Development Center Of Excellence, Houston, TX, Houston,
TX; 4Operative Care Line, Michael E. DeBakey VA Medical Center,
Houston, TX, Houston, TX
8th Annual Academic Surgical Congress
8.13.Resection Versus Laparoscopic Radiofrequency Thermal
Ablation Of Small Solitary Colorectal Liver Metastasis S. Aliyev1,
O. Agcaoglu1, H. E. Taskin1, E. Aksoy1, D. Vogt1, J. Fung1, A. Siperstein1, E. Berber1 ; 1Department Of General Surgery, Cleveland
Clinic, Cleveland, Ohio
8.14.Colorectal Cancer Liver Metastases Form Tumors And
Spheres With Markers Of Cancer Stemness D. E. Sanford1, B.
D. Goetz1, A. Giorgi1, P. Goedegebuure1, S. M. Strasberg1, W. G.
Hawkins1, D. C. Linehan1, R. C. Fields1 ; 1Washington University In
St Louis - Dept. Of Surgery, St. Louis, Missouri
8.15.Incorporation Of Randomized Surgical Clinical Trial Results
Into Clinical Practice Guidelines R. W. Krell1, S. L. Wong1 ; 1University Of Michigan Department Of Surgery, Ann Arbor, MI
8.16.A Comparison Of Laparoscopic Versus Open Techniques
For Major And Minor Liver Resections S. Aliyev1, K. Karabulut1, F.
Aucejo1, H. E. Taskin1, E. Aksoy1, D. Vogt1, C. Quintini1, C. Miller1, J.
Fung1, E. Berber1 ; 1Cleveland Clinic, Cleveland, OH
8.17.THE IMPACT OF PATIENT-PHYSICIAN RELATIONSHIPS ON
THE QUALITY OF COLORECTAL CANCER CARE A. M. Morris1,
C. Gamble1, S. T. Hawley1, J. J. Griggs1, P. Abrahamse1, K. Ward2, I.
Kato3 ; 1University Of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI; 2Emory Universtiy ,
Atlanta, GA; 3Wayne State University , Detroit, MI
8.18.Proximal Or Distal Resection Margin Of Less That 2.0 Cm In
Patients With Colon Or Rectal Cancer Is Strongly Associated
With Early Local Recurrence B. S. Zangeneh1, V. N. Nfonsam1
; 1University Of Arizona: College Of Medicine Department Of Surgery, Tucson, AZ
8.19.Outcomes After Endoscopic Or Surgical Resection Of NonAppendiceal Colonic Carcinoids S. E. Murray1, R. S. Sippel1, R.
Lloyd2, H. Chen1 ; 1University Of Wisconsin - Madison Department
Of Surgery , Madison, WI; 2University Of Wisconsin - Madison,
Madison, WI
8.20.Sphincter Preserving Surgery For Rectal Cancer In Urban
And Rural Areas: A Population-Based Comparison A. W. Chae1,
S. R. Martinez2 ; 1University Of California Davis Medical Center,
Sacramento, CA; 2University Of California At Davis Comprehensive
Cancer Center, Sacramento, CA
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7:30AM - 9:30AMIntegrated
Tuesday, February 5, 2013
Quick Shot Session I
Chamber 2
Moderators: Robert J. Canter, MD & John C. Mansour, MD
9.2.Autophagy Activity And SMAD4 Status In Patients With
Primary Resectable Pancreatic Adenocarcinoma. A. Li1, M. S.
Zenati2, A. M. Krasinskas3, J. Steve2, M. T. Lotze2, H. J. Zeh2 ; 1University Of Pittsburgh School Of Medicine, Pittsburgh, PA; 2University Of Pittsburgh Medical Center - Department Of Surgery,
Pittsburgh, PA; 3University Of Pittsburgh Medical Center - Department Of Pathology, Pittsburgh, PA
9.4.Management Of Primary Hepatopancreaticobiliary Small Cell
Carcinoma R. T. Groeschl1, K. K. Christians1, K. K. Turaga1, T.
Gamblin1 ; 1Medical College Of Wisconsin , Milwaukee, WI
9.5.Intraductal Papillary Mucinous Neoplasia: Should The Duct
Of Origin Alter Management? J. K. Plichta1, Z. Fridirici2, A. S.
Godambe3, S. Yong3, M. Shoup1, G. Abood1, G. V. Aranha1 ; 1Department of Surgery, Maywood, IL; 2Stritch School Of Medicine,
Maywood, IL; 3Department Of Pathology, Maywood, IL
9.6.Does Postoperative Drain Amylase Predict Pancreatic Fistula
Following Pancreatectomy? J. S. Israel1, L. R. Hanks1, R. J. Rettammel1, C. S. Cho1, E. R. Winslow1, S. M. Weber1 ; 1University Of
Wisconsin School Of Medicine And Public Health - Department Of
Surgery, Madison, WI
9.7.Gene And MicroRNA Profiling Of Radioresistant Pancreatic
Cancer Cell Lines N. O. Lawal1, K. D. Viles1, A. Barbas1, R. R.
White1 ; 1Duke University Medical Center, Durham, NC
9.8.A Novel PDX-1-Specific, Synthetic Promoter Driving Systemic
Suicide Gene Therapy Suppresses Pancreas Cancer (PC)
Tumor Volume In Mice S. Liu1,3, G. Zhou3, K. M. Shahi1, J. Nemunaitis 2, W. E. Fisher1, F. C. Brunicardi3 ; 1Baylor College Of Medicine, Houston, TX; 2Mary Crowley Cancer Research Center, Dallas,
TX; 3David Geffen School Of Medicine At UCLA, Los Angeles, CA
9.9.The Impact Of Inappropriate Blood Transfusion During
Pancreaticoduodenectomy S. Mohammed1,2, A. Ross1,2, G. VanBuren1,2, E. J. Silberfein1,2, A. Artinyan1,2, S. E. Hodges1,2, W. E.
Fisher1,2 ; 1Baylor College Of Medicine, Houston, TX; 2Elkins Pancreas Center, Houston, TX
9.12.Local Drug Delivery for Pancreatic Cancer Using An Electric
Field Assisted Device M. Jajja1, A. O’Neill1, J. Byrne5,6, R. E. Little5,
M. E. Napier8, J. DeSimone1,3,4,7, J. Yeh2,3 ; 1University Of North
Carolina Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center, Chapel Hill,
NC; 2University Of North Carolina Department Of Surgery, Chapel
Hill, NC; 3University Of North Carolina Department Of Pharmacology, Chapel Hill, NC; 4University Of North Carolina Department Of
Chemistry, Chapel Hill, NC; 5University Of North Carolina School Of
Medicine, Chapel Hill, NC; 6University Of North Carolina Eshelman
School Of Pharmacy, Chapel Hill, NC; 7North Carolina State University Department Of Chemical Engineering, Raleigh, NC; 8University Of North Carolina Department Of Biochemistry And Biophysics,
Chapel Hill, NC
9.13.FAK Expression In Pancreatic Neuroendocrine Tumors K. C.
Hewitt1, J. E. Shea1, W. C. Johnston2, C. L. Scaife1 ; 1University Of
Utah-Department Of Surgery, Salt Lake City, UT; 2Providence Portland Cancer Center, Portland, Oregon
9.14.Resection of Pancreatic Cystic Lesions – Indications and
Outcomes N. H. Bhayani1, S. Patel1, J. T. Kaifi1, E. T. Kimchi1, K.
F. Staveley-O’Carroll1, N. Gusani1 ; 1Program For Liver, Pancreas,
& Foregut Tumors, Section Of Surgical Oncology, Department Of
Surgery, Hershey, PA
9.15.The Prognostic Implications Of Histologic Subtype Of Ductal
Carcinoma In Situ G. R. Sue1, D. Lannin1, B. Killelea1, N. Horowitz1,
T. Tsangaris1, A. B. Chagpar1 ; 1Yale University School Of Medicine,
New Haven, CT
9.16.Lymph Node Ratio And Survival After Resection Of
Pancreatic Adenocarcinoma M. Melis1, A. Pinna1, F. Marcon1, G.
Miller1, S. M. Cohen1, H. Pachter1, E. Newman1 ; 1New York University School Of Medicine , New York, NY
9.17.Pancreaticoduodenectomy With Portal Vein Resection For
Pancreatic Adenocarcinoma: A 10-Year Experience M. Melis1, A.
Pinna1, F. Marcon1, G. Miller1, S. M. Cohen1, H. Pachter1, E. Newman1 ; 1New York University School Of Medicine , New York, NY
9.18.Pancreaticoduodenectomy With Multivisceral Organ
Resection Increases Morbidity And Mortality Compared To
Pancreaticoduodenectomy Alone – Outcomes From The
American College Of Surgeons National Surgical Quality
Improvement Program (ACS NSQIP) O. Hamed1, N. Bhayani1,
G. Ortenzi1, E. T. Kimchi1, J. T. Kaifi1, K. F. Staveley-O’Carroll1, N.
J. Gusani1 ; 1Section Of Surgical Oncology, Penn State University
College Of Medicine, Hershey, PA
9.19.Acinar Cell Carcinoma Of Pancreas: A Population Based
Study Of 253 Patients Using SEER Database (1973 - 2008) S.
Patil1, R. S. Chamberlain1,2,3 ; 1Saint Barnabas Medical Center, Livingston, NJ; 2Saint George’s University School Of Medicine, Grenada, Grenada; 3University Of Medicine And Dentistry Of NJ - NJ
Medical School. Department Of Surgery, Newark, NJ
9.10.Underlying Variation In Length Of Stay Following
Pancreaticoduodenectomy: Surgeon, Hospital Or Patient? E.
Schneider1, M. Weiss1, J. M. Herman1, A. Haider1, K. Hirose1, M.
Makary1, M. A. Choti1, C. L. Wolfgang1, T. M. Pawlik1 ; 1Johns Hopkins University School Of Medicine, Baltimore, 21877
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9.3.Minority Report: Use Of The Da Vinci Robot To Remove
Pancreatic Pre-Cancers M. E. Hogg1, M. Daouadi1, B. A. Boone1,
M. S. Zenati1, H. A. Choudry1, K. K. Lee1, A. Tsung1, A. J. Moser2,
D. L. Bartlett1, H. J. Zeh1, A. H. Zureikat1 ; 1University Of Pittsburgh
Medical Center, Pittsburgh, PA; 2Beth Israel Deaconess Medical
Center - Harvard Medical School , Boston, MA
9.11.Current Trends In Preoperative Biliary Stenting In Patients
With Resected Pancreatic Head Cancer L. J. Jinkins1, C. B. Duncan1, Y. Han1, K. M. Sheffield1, K. M. Brown1, T. S. Riall1 ; 1University Of Texas Medical Branch, Galveston, TX
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9.1.Characterization Of The Pancreatic Adenocarcinoma
Transcriptome By RNA Sequencing I. H. Wei1, S. KalyanaSundaram2,3,4, C. Grasso2, D. Robinson2,3, D. M. Simeone1,5,6, A.
M. Chinnaiyan2,3,5,7,8, C. Kumar-Sinha2,3 ; 1University Of Michigan
Department Of Surgery, Ann Arbor, MI; 2Michigan Center For
Translational Pathology, Ann Arbor, MI; 3University Of Michigan Department Of Pathology, Ann Arbor, MI; 4Bharathidasan University
Department Of Environmental Biotechnology, Tiruchirappalli, Tamil
Nadu; 5University Of Michigan Comprehensive Cancer Center,
Ann Arbor, MI; 6University Of Michigan Molecular And Integrative
Physiology, Ann Arbor, MI; 7University Of Michigan Department Of
Urology, Ann Arbor, MI; 8Howard Hughes Medical Institute, Ann
Arbor, MI
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Tuesday, February 5, 2013
Quick Shot Session I
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Oncology 3: Breast
Chamber 3
Moderators: Lee G. Wilke, MD & Tina Wei-Fang Yen, MD
10.1.Predicting The Safety Of Outpatient Mastectomy: A Validated
Prediction Model Using The ACS-NSQIP Database R. L. Yang1,
C. E. Reinke1, C. Meise1, J. Datta1, H. L. Graves1, G. C. Karakousis1,
M. B. Kelz1, B. J. Czerniecki1, R. R. Kelz1 ; 1University Of Pennsylvania - Department Of Surgery, Philadelpha, PA
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10.2.Investigating Breast Cancer Oncogenesis With An Agentbased Model Of Mammary Ductal Epithelium Dynamics J.
A. Chapa1, S. Kulkarni1, G. An1 ; 1University Of Chicago Pritzker
School Of Medicine, Chicago, IL
10.3.Factors Affecting Disease Recurrence In Patients With EarlyStage Breast Cancer A. E. Poor1, A. D. Brooks1 ; 1Drexel University College Of Medicine, Philadelphia, PA
10.4.Impact Of Adjuvant Radiation Therapy On Breast CancerSpecific Survival In Patients With Triple Negative Breast Cancer
L. Steward1, F. Gao1, M. Taylor2, J. A. Margenthaler1 ; 1Washington
University In St Louis - Dept. Of Surgery, Saint Louis, MO; 2Washington University In St Louis - Dept. Of Radiation Oncology, Saint
Louis, MO
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10.5.Does Obesity Have An Impact On Outcomes In TripleNegative Breast Cancer? R. Mowad1, B. D. Li1, Q. D. Chu1, R. H.
Kim1 ; 1Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center-Shreveport And Feist-Weiller Cancer Center, Shreveport, LA
10.6.Surveillance After Curative-Intent Treatment for Breast
Carcinoma: the Effect of Initial Stage T. Mishra1, J. A. Margenthaler2, E. S. Allam1, L. Chen2, K. S. Virgo3, F. E. Johnson1,4 ; 1Saint
Louis University School Of Medicine, Saint Louis, MO; 2Washington
University School Of Medicine, Saint Louis, MO; 3American Cancer
Society, Atlanta , GA; 4Saint Louis Veterans Affairs Medical Center,
Saint Louis, MO
10.7.Primary Tumor Luminal Subtype Predicts Axillary
Lymph Node Response In Patients Receiving Neoadjuvant
Chemotherapy. L. S. Sparber1, V. Murthy1, S. Schaefer1, E. J.
Santoro1, J. H. McDermott1, R. S. Chamberlain1,2,3, M. Blackwood1,4
; 1Deparment Of Surgery, Livingston, NJ; 2Department of Surgery,
Newark, NJ; 3Saint George’s University School Of Medicine, St.
George’s, St. George’s; 4Department of Surgery, New York, New
York
10.8.Lymph Node Involvement In Immunohistochemistry-Based
Molecular Classifications Of Breast Cancer N. K. Howland1, T. D.
Driver1, X. Wen1, M. A. Eltorky1, M. P. Sedrak1, C. Chao1 ; 1University Of Texas Medical Branch, Galveston, TX
10.9.The Impact Of Ductal Carcinoma In Situ On Positive Margin
Rates In Patients Undergoing Breast Conservation For Invasive
Breast Cancer T. M. Martin-Dunlap1, F. Al-Mushawah1, F. Gao1,
J. A. Margenthaler1 ; 1Washington University In St Louis - Dept. Of
Surgery, Saint Louis, MO
10.10.Axillary Ultrasound In Patients With Clinically NodeNegative Breast Cancer: Which Features Are Predictive Of
Disease? L. Elmore1, C. M. Appleton2, J. A. Margenthaler1 ; 1Washington University In St Louis - Dept. Of Surgery, Saint Louis,
MO; 2Washington University In St Louis - Dept. Of Radiology, Saint
Louis, MO
8th Annual Academic Surgical Congress
10.11.Breast Cancer In Patients With Schizophrenia L. C. Yeh1, M.
Farasatpour1, R. Janardhan1, C. D. Williams1, J. A. Margenthaler2, K.
S. Virgo3, F. E. Johnson1,4 ; 1Saint Louis University Medical Center,
St. Louis, MO; 2Washington University Medical Center, St. Louis,
MO; 3American Cancer Society, Atlanta, GA; 4John Cochran Veterans Affairs Medical Center, St. Louis, MO
10.12.Changes in Patient Weight After the Diagnosis and
Treatment of Breast Cancer J. J. Lopez1, C. Laronga3, E. L.
Doren2, W. Sun3, J. Lee1,4, W. J. Fulp4, P. D. Smith2 ; 1USF Morsani
College Of Medicine, Tampa, FL; 2Department Of Surgery, University Of South Florida, Tampa, Fds; 3Comprehensive Breast Program H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center And Research Institute, Tampa,
FL; 4Department Of Biostatistics, H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center,
Tampa, FL
10.13.Is Chronic Kidney Disease An Independent Risk Factor For
Mortality In Breast Cancer? A. C. Dubose1, Q. D. Chu1, B. D. Li1,
R. H. Kim1 ; 1Louisiana State University Health Sciences CenterShreveport And Feist-Weiller Cancer Center, Shreveport, LA
10.14.Breast Cancer In Patients With Schizophrenia: The Role
Of Adjuvant Radiation Therapy L. M. Davies1, K. Abdullah1, R.
Janardhan1, M. Hwang1, M. Farasatpour1, J. A. Margenthaler2, K.
S. Virgo3, F. E. Johnson1,4 ; 1Saint Louis University Medical Center,
Saint Louis, MO; 2Washington University Medical Center, Saint
Louis, MO; 3American Cancer Society, Atlanta, GA; 4Veterans Affairs Medical Center, Saint Louis, MO
10.15.Granulomatous Mastitis: A 10 Year Experience From A
Large Inner City County Hospital S. Mohammed1, A. Statz1, J. A.
Salmans Lacross1, B. K. Lassinger1, A. Contreras1, C. Gutierrez1, E.
Bonefas1, K. R. Liscum1, E. J. Silberfein1 ; 1Baylor College Of Medicine, Houston, TX
10.16.Declines In Breast Cancer Incidence Rates, When Present,
Began Before The 2003 Women’s Health Initiative Paper. M.
S. Wachtel1, J. A. Margenthaler2 ; 1Texas Tech University Health
Sciences Center, Lubbock, TX; 2Washington University School Of
Medicine, St. Louis, MO
10.17.Racial Disparities In Utilization Of Outpatient Mastectomy:
Findings From The ACS-NSQIP Database R. L. Yang1, J. Datta1,
H. L. Graves1, J. A. Cintolo1, C. Meise1, G. C. Karakousis1, B. J. Czerniecki1, R. R. Kelz1 ; 1University Of Pennsylvania - Department Of
Surgery, Philadelpha, PA
10.18.Interrelationship Of Mammographic Density And Body
Mass Index In Women Undergoing Weight Loss Surgery K. A.
Boyle2, Y. Wu3, L. Loera1, E. Burnside3, H. Neuman1, J. A. Greenberg1, A. Trentham-Dietz4, L. G. Wilke1 ; 1University Of Wisconsin - Madison Department Of Surgery , Madison, WI; 2University
Of Wisconsin School Of Medicine And Public Health, Madison,
WI; 3University Of Wisconsin - Department Of Radiology, Madison,
WI; 4University Of Wisconsin - Population Health Sciences, Madison, WI
10.19.Characterizing Lobular Carcinoma of the Male Breast A.
Moten 1, A. Obirieze1, L. Wilson2 ; 1Howard University College Of
Medicine, Washington, DC; 2Howard University Hospital, Washington, DC
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7:30AM - 9:30AMIntegrated
Tuesday, February 5, 2013
Quick Shot Session I
Salon II
Moderators: Darrel L. Cass, MD & Kasper S. Wang, MD
11.12.The Role of Myeloid Differentiation Factor 88 in Rhesus
Rotavirus Induced Biliary Atresia A. E. Walther1, S. K. Mohanty1,
B. Donnelly1, A. Coots1, M. M. McNeal1, G. M. Tiao1 ; 1Cincinnati
Children’s Hospital Medical Center, Cincinnati, OH
11.2.A Novel Approach To Study Alveolar Development A. C. Pieretti1, A. M. Ahmed1, C. Kelleher1 ; 1Massachusetts General Hospital,
Boston , MA
11.13.The Incidence Of Hirschsprung’s Disease In Premature Infants And The Role Of Suction Rectal Biopsy J. P. Pettiford1, S.
R. Shah1, P. Thomas1, N. Sharp1, D. Juang1, S. D. St. Peter1, D. J.
Ostlie2 ; 1Children’s Mercy Hospital- University Of Missouri Kansas
City, Kansas City, MO; 2University Of Wisconsin School Of Medicine And Public Health - Department Of Surgery, Madison, WI
11.3.The Changing Population Of The United States And Use
Of Extra Corporeal Membrane Oxygenation T. A. Oyetunji1, M.
Petrosyan2, P. T. Rycus3, E. P. Nadler2, F. G. Qureshi2 ; 1Howard
University College Of Medicine, Washington, DC; 2Children’s National Medical Center, Washington, DC; 3University Of Michigan,
Ann Arbor, Michigan
11.5.EP1 Receptor Deficiency Protects Mice From Gut Barrier
Breakdown During LPS-Induced Peritonitis S. S. Short1, H. A.
Ford1, M. Zobel1, J. Wang1, S. Papillon1, E. M. Pontarelli1, B. Bell1, A.
Grishin1, H. R. Ford1 ; 1Children’s Hospital Los Angeles, Los Angeles, California
11.6.Gastroschisis-Related Intestinal Dysfunction (GRID): Evaluating Inflammatory Remodeling In Human Intestinal Smooth
Muscle Cell Migration A. B. Olsen1, D. Ke1, J. Zhao1, C. S. Cox1, S.
D. Moore-Olufemi1 ; 1University Of Texas Health Science Center At
Houston, Houston, TX
11.7.Patterns Of Intestinal Microbiota Associated With Necrotizing
Enterocolitis S. C. Papillon1, J. Wang1, A. V. Grishin1, H. R. Ford1
; 1Childrens Hospital Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA
11.8.A Mixed Methodology Analysis Of Caregiver Satisfaction Towards The Multidisciplinary Care Of Children With Esophageal
Atresia – The Importance Of Caregiver Interactions. R. Baird1,
D. Levesque2, R. Baird1 ; 1Division Of Pediatric Surgery, Montreal,
Quebec; 2Division Of Pediatric Gastroenterology, , Montreal, Quebec
11.9.Outcomes Of Peritoneal Dialysis Catheter Placement In Neonates And Children L. F. Gentile1, S. Islam1 ; 1University Of Florida
College Of Medicine Department Of Surgery, Gainesville, FL
11.10.A 10 Year Review Of Ovarian Torsion Management And
Perioperative Outcomes In Oophorectomy And Oopexy. V.
E. Mortellaro2, C. Aprahamian2, S. W. Sharp1, L. Gillory2, G. R.
Yannam2, M. Chen2, E. A. Beierle2, S. D. St. Peter1 ; 1Children’s
Mercy Hospital- University Of Missouri Kansas City, Kansas City,
MO; 2The Children’s Hospital Of Alabama, Birmingham, Alabama
11.11.The Use Of A Prospective Database With Interdisciplinary
Review To Improve Care Of Gastroschisis Patients Over A 10Year Period R. K. Lemke1,2, S. F. Abdessalam1,2, K. S. Azarow1,2,
S. C. Raynor1,2, R. A. Cusick1,2 ; 1Children’s Hospital And Medical
Center , Omaha , NE; 2University Of Nebraska College Of Medicine,
Omaha , NE
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11.15.MiRNA-363 Downregulates Metastatic Potential In Neuroblastoma Cells L. M. Theiss1, A. P. Kong1, S. Lee1, P. Paul1, J.
Qiao1, D. H. Chung1 ; 1Vanderbilt University Medical Center Department Of Pediatric Surgery, Nashville, TN
11.16.Cytotoxicity Of Withaferin A In Pediatric Medulloblastomas
Involves Induction Of An Oxidative Stress-Mediated Heat Shock
Response While Altering Akt/mTOR And Wnt/Beta-Catenin
Signaling Pathways P. T. Grogan1, T. A. Fields1, B. N. Timmermann2, M. S. Cohen1 ; 1Unversity Of Kansas Medical Center, Kansas City, Kansas; 2Unversity Of Kansas, Lawrence, Kansas
11.17.GSK-3 Inhibition With AR-A014418 And SB415286 Alters
The Neuroendocrine Phenotype In Neuroblastoma Cells Y. M.
Carter1, H. Chen1, M. Kunnimalaiyaan1 ; 1University Of Wisconsin Madison Department Of Surgery , Madison, WI
11.18.Management Of Benign Liver Tumors In Children: A
10- Year Institutional Experience Y. Rojas1, P. Masand3, M.
Chintagumpala2, C. A. O’Mahony5, D. E. Wesson1, J. A. Goss5,
P. A. Thompson2, E. S. Kim1, J. G. Nuchtern1, S. A. Vasudevan1
; 1Pediatric Surgery Division, Michael E. DeBakey Department Of
Surgery, Texas Children’s Hospital, Baylor College Of Medicine,
Houston, Texas; 2Hemtatology/Oncology Division, Department Of
Pediatrics, Texas Children’s Hospital, Baylor College Of Medicine,
Houston, Texas; 3Department Of Radiology, Texas Children’s Hospital, Baylor College Of Medicine, Houston, Texas; 4Department Of
Pathology, Texas Children’s Hospital, Baylor College Of Medicine,
Houston, Texas; 5Abdominal Transplant Surgery Division, Michael
E. DeBakey Department Of Surgery, Baylor College Of Medicine,
Houston, Texas
11.19.Outcomes of Surgically Treated Malignant Liver Tumors
in Children: Age, Ethnicity, and Extent of Resection Predict
Prognosis Y. Rojas1, M. F. Okcu2, P. Masand3, D. Lopez-Terrada4,
M. Chintagumpala2, C. A. O’Mahony5, D. E. Wesson1, J. A. Goss5,
M. J. Finegold4, P. A. Thompson2, E. S. Kim1, J. G. Nuchtern1, S. A.
Vasudevan1 ; 1Pediatric Surgery Division, Michael E. DeBakey Department Of Surgery, Texas Children’s Hospital, Baylor College Of
Medicine, Houston, Texas; 2Hematology/Oncology, Department Of
Pediatrics, Texas Children’s Hospital, Baylor College Of Medicine,
Houston, Texas; 3Department Of Radiology, Texas Children’s Hospital, Baylor College Of Medicine, Houston, Texas; 4Department Of
Pathology, Texas Children’s Hospital, Baylor College Of Medicine,
Houston, Texas; 5Abdominal Transplant Surgery Division, Michael
E. DeBakey Department Of Surgery, Baylor College Of Medicine,
Houston, Texas
11.20.The Development Of Orthotopic Injection Xenograft Mouse
Model Of Neuroblastoma Provides Evidence For The Presence
Of Tumor Initiating Cells B. Chiu1, M. Pilichowska2, S. Bhadani2, A.
Charest2 ; 1Tufts Medical Center Department Of Surgery, Boston,
MA; 2Tufts Medical Center, Boston , MA
February 5 - 7, 2013
THURsday
11.4.An Analysis Of Outcomes Comparing Dual-Lumen Venovenous ECMO To Multi-Site Venovenous ECMO For Pediatric
Respiratory Failure: The Extracorporeal Life Support Registry
Experience I. J. Zamora1,2, L. Shekerdemian2,3, O. O. Olutoye1,2, D.
L. Cass1,2, P. Rycus5, C. Burgman4, T. C. Lee1,2 ; 1Texas Children’s
Fetal Center And The Michael E. DeBakey Department Of Surgery
, Houston, TX; 2Baylor College Of Medicine, Houston, TX; 3Texas
Children’s Hospital Division Of Critical Care Medicine, Department
Of Pediatrics , Houston, TX; 4Texas Children’s Hospital Division Of
Respiratory Care, Houston, TX; 5Extracorporeal Life Support Organization , Ann Arbor, Michigan
11.14.Pancreatic Duct Glands: Are They The Missing Pancreas
Specific Stem Cells Y. El-Gohary1, X. Xiao1, P. Guo1, J. Wiersch1,
K. Prasadan1, C. Shiota1, G. Gittes1 ; 1Children’s Hospital Of Pittsburgh Of UPMC, Pittsburgh, Pa
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11.1.Teasing Out The Origins Of Lung Macrophages S. Tan1,2, M.
Krasnow1 ; 1Stanford University Department Of Biochemistry, Stanford, CA; 2Stanford Hospital And Clinics Department Of Surgery,
Stanford, CA
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Tuesday, February 5, 2013
Quick Shot Session I
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Transplant/Immunology 1: Transplant/Immunology
Producers
Moderators: Daniela P. Ladner, MD & Matthew H. Levine, MD
12.1.Development Of An Ethical Framework For Consideration
Of Cognitive Disability In Kidney Allocation M. P. Bobel1, M. L.
Schwarze1, N. C. Fost2 ; 1Department Of Surgery, University Of
Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, WI; 2Department Of Pediatrics, University Of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, WI
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12.2.Center Specific Factors And Racial Disparities Related To
Deceased Donor Renal Transplant L. D. Husband1, J. Kaur1, S.
Sebastian3, W. A. Pruett4, F. K. Butt2, A. H. Seawright2, T. M. Earl2,
C. D. Anderson2 ; 1University Of Mississippi Medical Center-School
Of Medicine, Jackson, MS; 2University Of Mississippi Medical
Center-Dept. Of Surgery, Jackson, MS; 3University Of Mississippi
Medical Center-Dept. Of Radiology, Jackson, MS; 4University Of
Mississippi Medical Center-Dept. Of Physiology, Jackson, MS
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12.3.Cost of Hospitalization After Renal Transplantation: Is There
A Racial/Ethnic Difference? A. C. Obirieze1, T. A. Oyetunji1, N.
Enwerem2, E. E. Cornwell1, C. O. Callender1, A. H. Haider2 ; 1Department Of Surgery, Howard University College Of Medicine,
Washington, DC; 2Center For Surgical Trials And Outcomes Research, Department Of Surgery, Johns Hopkins University School
Of Medicine, Baltimore, Maryland
12.4.The ALOHA Program: Achieving A Life Of Health And Activity
Using A Multi-Disciplinary Approach To Weight Loss In Obese
Renal Transplant Candidates N. Siparsky1, S. Indilicato1, J. Colaneri1, A. Kolios1, R. Ryan-Gaule1, L. Alber1, M. Gallichio1, D. Conti1
; 1Albany Medical College, Albany , NY
12.5.Delayed Graft Function In The Era Of Pulsatile Pump Perfusion. S. K. Patel1, O. Pankewycz1, M. Said1, L. Feng1, M. Laftavi1
; 1State University Of New York At Buffalo, Buffalo , New York
12.6.Anti-Thymocyte Antibody Is Associated With Higher Transfusion Rates In Kidney Transplant Recipients R. Klein1, M.
Gallichio1, L. Kushnir2, D. Conti1, N. Siparsky1 ; 1Albany Medical
College, Albany, N/A; 2South Jersey Regional Medical Center,
Vineland, NJ
12.10.Impact Of Sarcopenia, Adiposity, And Malnutrition On Liver
Transplant Outcomes In The Elderly H. J. Underwood2, S. B.
Kinsella2, J. A. Fridell1, R. M. Vianna1, J. A. Tector1, S. Garg2, N.
Stamm2, R. S. Mangus1 ; 1Indiana University School Of MedicineDepartment Of Surgery, Indianapolis, IN ; 2Indiana University
School Of Medicine-Department Of Anesthesia, Indianapolis, IN
12.11.Autophagy Is Involved In Endoplasmic Reticulum Stress-induced Hepatocyte Cell Death J. Zhang1, W. A. Dorsett-Martin1, M.
W. Morris1, L. Drake1, W. B. Vanderlan1, C. D. Anderson1 ; 1University Of Mississippi Medical Center-Dept. Of Surgery, Jackson, MS
12.12.Liver Th17 Cell Mediated Inflammation Is Regulated In A
Programmed Death-1 Dependent Manner In A Model Of Obstructive Jaundice L. A. Licata1, C. T. Nguyen1, R. A. Burga 1, V.
Falanga1,3, A. Ayala3, R. P. Junghans1,3, N. J. Espat 1,3, S. C. Katz
1,3
; 1Roger Williams Medical Center, Providence, RI; 2Brown University School Of Medicine , Providence, RI; 3Boston University
Medical Center/ Boston University School Of Medicine And Public
Health, Boston, MA
12.13.Native Liver Function Prevents Coagulopathy And Bleeding Associated With Pig To Baboon Liver Xenotransplantation
H. Yeh1, Z. Machaidze1, I. Wamala1, N. Elias1, K. Kim1, C. Schuetz1,
J. Fraser1, E. Farkash1, R. Smith1, P. Martins1, P. Vagefi1, A. B. Cosimi1, D. Sachs1, M. Hertl1, M. Varma1, J. F. Markmann1 ; 1Massachusetts General Hospital & Harvard Medical School, Boston , MA
12.14.Paclitaxel Augments Vaccination Induced Cd8+ T Cell Responses K. E. Wooten1,2, J. T. Vazzana1,2, J. F. Gibbs2, P. Shrikant1
; 1Roswell Park Cancer Institute, Buffalo, New York; 2SUNY At Buffalo Department Of Surgery, Buffalo , New York
12.15.The Use Of The Antifungal Itraconazole May Result In The
Development Of Recurrent Bacterial Infections By Decreasing
Phagocytosis D. F. Niup>1,2, D. M. Cauvi1, A. De Maio1,3 ; 1Deparment Of Surgery UCSD, La Jolla, California; 2Biomedical Sciences
Graduate Program, La Jolla, California; 3Center For Investigations
Of Health And Educational Disparities, La Jolla, California
12.7.Incidence, Risk Factors And Associated Clinical Outcomes
Of Surgical Complications Following Pancreas Transplantation
Z. X. Lin1, M. Kee1, D. J. Taber1, J. W. McGillicuddy1, K. D. Chavin1,
P. K. Baliga1, C. F. Bratton1 ; 1Medical University Of South Carolina,
Division Of Transplant Surgery, Charleston, SC
12.16.Influence Of Fibroblast And Mesenchymal Stem Cell Mesh
Coating On Prosthetic’s Biocompatibility And Ingrowth Y. Gao1,
D. M. Krpata1, J. M. Anderson1, M. J. Rosen1, Y. W. Novitsky1
; 1University Hospitals Case Medical Center, Cleveland, OH
12.8.Clinical Liver Transplant Outcomes in Patients With Pulmonary Hypertension G. R. Marshall1,2, S. B. Kinsella2, R. S. Mangus1
; 1Department Of Surgery, Transplantation Section, Indiana University School Of Medicine, Indianapolis, IN ; 2Department Of Anesthesia, Indiana University School Of Medicine, Indianapolis, IN
12.17.Genomewide Transcriptional Analysis Of Hypertrophic And
Keloid Scar Fibroblasts Following Immunosuppressant Therapy
V. W. Wong1,2, F. You1, M. Januszyk2, G. C. Gurtner2, A. A. Kuang1
; 1Oregon Health And Science University, Portland, OR; 2Stanford
University, Stanford, CA
12.9.Tobacco Use In Liver Transplant Recipients Is An Independent Predictor Of Post-transplant Mortality S. Tiwari1, R.
S. Mangus1, A. Tector1 ; 1Indiana University School Of MedicineDepartment Of Surgery, Indianapolis, IN
12.18.Characterization Of The Surface Antigen Profile Of Human
Adipose Derived Stem Cells Using Single Cell Transcriptional
Analysis Reveals Heterogeneous Subpopulations M. Sorkin1,
R. Rennert1, M. Januszyk1, J. P. Glotzbach1, M. T. Chung1, M. T.
Longaker1, G. C. Gurtner1 ; 1Stanford University Department Of
Surgery, Division Of Plastic Surgery, Stanford, CA
12.19.Effect Of Mesenchymal Stem Cells (MSCs) Of Adipose Tissue On The Defect Size Of Infected Wound: Experimental Study
S. A. Haidar1, I. S. Tretiak1, M. O. Welcome1 ; 1Belarusian State
Medical University, Minsk, Minsk
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SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM
7:30AM - 9:30AMIntegrated
Tuesday, February 5, 2013
Quick Shot Session I
Conti
Moderators: Jeremy Cannon, MD & Terrence O’Keefe
13.1.Initial Experience With A Massive Transfusion Protocol In
Obstetrical And Trauma Patients K. T. Ramadan1, R. Martin1,2,
K. Pavenski1,2, T. Zakrison1,2 ; 1University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario; 2St. Micheal’s Hospital, Toronto, Ontario
13.4.Hyperosmolar Resuscitation: 5% Normal Saline Vs. 3% Normal Saline M. E. Snell1, B. Joseph1, M. Sadoun1, H. Aziz1, N. Kulvatunyou1, A. L. Tang1, J. L. Wynne1, T. O’Keeffe1, R. S. Friese1, P.
Rhee1 ; 1The University Of Arizona, Tucson, AZ
13.5.Critical Administration Threshold Classifications In Damage
Control Laparotomy J. J. Sumislawski1, B. L. Zarzaur 1, S. A. Savage1 ; 1University Of Tennessee Health Science Center, Memphis,
TN
13.6.Prothrombin Complex Concentrate Effectively Treats Coagulopathy In Patients With Lethal Brain Injuries And Increases
Organ Donation H. Aziz1, B. Joseph1, D. Hays1, V. Pandit1, N. Kulvatunyou1, A. L. Tang1, J. L. Wynne1, T. O’Keeffe1, R. S. Friese1, P.
Rhee1 ; 1The University Of Arizona, Tucson, AZ
13.7.Thromboembolic Events After The Use Of Factor VIIa In
Major Trauma Patients A. Raines1, T. Garwe1, A. Adeseye1, F.
Wood1, D. Lehenbauer1, J. Lees1 ; 1Oklahoma University Health
Science Center, Oklahoma City, OK
13.8.Emergency Department Blood Transfusion Of Greater Than
Two Units Predicts Increased Mortality D. Liou1, M. B. Singer1, N.
Melo1, R. Chung1, M. Bukur1, D. R. Margulies1, A. Salim1, E. J. Ley1
; 1Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, Los Angeles, California
13.9.Epidemiology And Outcomes Of Non-Compressible Torso
Hemorrhage (NCTH) In Civilian Trauma M. T. Kisat1, J. J. Morrison2, Z. G. Hashmi3, D. T. Efron4, T. Rasmussen2, A. H. Haider4
; 1University Of Arizona: College Of Medicine Department Of Surgery, Tucson, Arizona; 2The United States Institute Of Surgical Research, Fort Sam Houston, Texas; 3Aga Khan University Hospital,
Karachi, Sindh; 4Johns Hopkins University School Of Medicine,
Baltimore, Maryland
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13.12.Blunt Renal Artery Injury In The Era Of Endovascular Interventions C. B. Nawaf1, J. P. Sharpe1, J. J. Sumislawski1, B. L. Zarzaur1 ; 1University Of Tennessee Health Science Center, Memphis,
TN
13.13.Base Deficit Is A Predictor Of Mortality In Pediatric Abusive
Head Trauma C. L. Stewart1,2,3, C. M. Holscher3, E. E. Moore2,3, S.
L. Moulton1,3, D. A. Partrick1,2,3, D. D. Bensard1,2,3 ; 1Children’s Hospital Colorado, Aurora, CO; 2Denver Health Medical Center, Denver, CO ; 3University of Colorado School of Medicine, Aurora, CO
13.14.Physiology and Cardiovascular Impact of Severe Tension
Pneumothorax in A Porcine Model D. W. Nelson1, C. R. Porta1,
S. A. Satterly1, K. S. Blair1, E. K. Johnson1, K. Inaba2, M. J. Martin1
; 1Madigan Army Medical Center, Fort Lewis, WA; 2Keck School Of
Medicine Of USC, Los Angeles, CA
13.15.Abdominal Compartment Syndrome: Predictors Of Adverse
Outcomes In Trauma Patients A. W. Shaheen1, M. Crandall2, G.
J. Merlotti3, Y. Jalundhwala1, N. Issa2 ; 1University Of Illinois At
Chicago, Chicago, IL; 2Northwestern University Feinberg School Of
Medicine, Chicago, IL; 3Mount Sinai Hospital, Chicago, IL
13.16.After The Storm: Early Abdominal Closure Affects Long
Term Outcomes Of Damage Control Survivors N. Fox1, M.
Crutchfield1, M. Lachant1, S. E. Ross1, M. J. Seamon1 ; 1Cooper
University Hospital, Camden, NJ
13.17.Fatal Cardiac Injuries: The Importance Of Thinking Outside
The Box D. Pechman1, P. Parikh1, K. Gutierrez1, M. Duque1, G. Garcia1, C. Schulman1, N. Namias1, A. Livingstone1, F. Habib1 ; 1University Of Miami/Jackson Memorial Hospital, Miami, Florida
13.18.An Analysis Of Prehospital Shock Index As A Correlate For
Outcomes In Trauma Patients By Age Group A. McNab1, B.
Burns1, I. Bhullar1, D. Chesire1, A. Kerwin1 ; 1University Of Florida
College Of Medicine Jacksonville, Jacksonville, Florida
13.19.Non Steroidal Anti-Inflammatory Medications Impact On
Non-Union And Infection Rates In Long Bone Fractures D. R.
Jeffcoach1, V. G. Sams1, C. M. Lawson1, B. L. Enderson1, S. T.
Smith1, H. Kline1, P. B. Barlow1, D. R. Wylie1, L. A. Krumenacker1,
J. C. McMillen1, J. Pyda1, B. J. Daley1 ; 1University Of Tennessee
Medical Center At Knoxville, Knoxville, Tennessee
13.20.Spontaneous Rectus Sheath Hematomas: When To Restart
Anticoagulation? M. R. Kunkala1, J. Kehl1, M. D. Zielinski1 ; 1Mayo
Clinic, Rochester, MN
February 5 - 7, 2013
THURsday
13.3.Cryoprecipitate Wastage: An Unintended Consequence Of
Introduction Of A Massive Transfusion Protocol A. Echeverria1,
K. Mendes2, A. Holman1, B. Joseph1, A. Tang1, N. Kulvatunyou1, J.
Wynne1, R. Friese1, P. Rhee1, T. O’Keeffe1 ; 1University Of Arizona:
College Of Medicine Department Of Surgery, Tucson, AZ; 2University Of Arizona: College Of Medicine Department Of Surgery, Tucson, AZ; 3University Of Arizona: College Of Medicine Department
Of Surgery, Tucson, AZ; 4University Of Arizona: College Of Medicine Department Of Surgery, Tucson, AZ; 5University Of Arizona:
College Of Medicine Department Of Surgery, Tucson, AZ; 6University Of Arizona: College Of Medicine Department Of Surgery, Tucson, AZ; 7University Of Arizona: College Of Medicine Department
Of Surgery, Tucson, AZ; 8University Of Arizona: College Of Medicine Department Of Surgery, Tucson, AZ
13.11.Thigh Compartment Syndrome In Urban Trauma Patients:
Penetrating Injury, Not Fractures And Bruises L. M. Knab1, A.
Abuzeid1, H. Rodriguez1, N. Issa1 ; 1Department Of Surgery, Northwestern University, Feinberg School Of Medicine, Chicago, IL
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13.2.An Interdisciplinary Effort To Define An Evidence-Based
Approach To Preoperative Resuscitation In Traumatic Microsurgical Reconstruction J. Hill2, K. W. Sexton1, J. Summitt1, G.
A. Del Corral1, J. M. Ehrenfeld1, O. L. Gunter1, R. B. Shack1, O. D.
Guillamondegui1 ; 1Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Nashville,
TN; 2New York University School Of Medicine , New York, NY
13.10.Long Term Sequelae Of Open Abdomen Management R. C.
Frazee1, S. Abernathy1, D. Jupiter1 ; 1Scott & White Memorial Hospital And Clinic, Temple, Texas
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Tuesday, February 5, 2013
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Pontalba
Moderators: Kevin P. Mollen, MD & Frank Sellke, MD
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14.1.The Utility Of Procalcitonin As A Biomarker To Predict The
Duration Of Antibiotic Therapy In Adult Sepsis Patients P.
Sridharan1, R. S. Chamberlain1,2,3 ; 1Department Of Surgery, Saint
Barnabas Medical Center, Livingston, NJ; 2Department Of Surgery, University Of Medicine And Dentistry Of New Jersey, Newark,
NJ; 3Saint George’s University School Of Medicine, University Centre, West Indies
14.9.Aged Mice Are More Susceptible To Candida Infection Than
Young Mice In A Multi-compartment Trauma Model K. R. Zettel1,
S. S. Darwiche1, B. Geyer1, M. J. Scott1, R. A. Hoffman1, R. S.
Hotchkiss3, R. E. Southard2, T. R. Billiar1 ; 1University Of Pittsburgh
- Department Of Surgery, Pittsburgh, PA; 2Washington University In
St Louis - Dept. Of Surgery, St Louis, MO; 3Washington University
In St. Louis - Dept. Of Anesthesiology, St. Louis, MO
14.2.Combined Effect Of Anaerobiasis And Gentamicin On Developing Staphylococcus Aureus Biofilms D. J. Hess1, M. J. HenryStanley1, C. L. Wells1 ; 1University Of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN
14.10.Flutamide Does Not Confer Benefit In Reducing Resuscitation Requirements In A Porcine Ischemia-Reperfusion Model
S. A. Satterly1, M. J. Martin1, M. Wingerd1, Z. Hoffer1, J. Stallings1
; 1Madigan Army Medical Center, Tacoma, WA
14.3.XBP1 Inhibition Delays Wound Healing By Inhibiting Cell Proliferation And Migration N. Barbhaiya1, M. C. Tran1, V. Rashidi1, Z.
Wang1, A. C. Koong1, G. P. Yang1 ; 1Stanford University School Of
Medicine, Stanford, CA
14.4.Insulin Activates JNK In Primary Rat Hepatocytes I. C.
Nweze1, J. W. Smith1, J. Lakshmanan1, B. Zhang1, B. G. Harbrecht1
; 1University Of Louisville Department Of Surgery, Louisville, KY
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14.5.Examination Of The Effect Of Host-microbe Dynamics On
Bacterial Virulence Activation In The Pathogenesis Of Surgical
Site Infection Using An Agent-based Model V. Gopalakrishnan1,
M. Kim2, J. Alverdy2, G. An2 ; 1Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore,
MD; 2University Of Chicago, Chicago, IL
14.6.Bilateral Lower Extremity Amputation Wounds Are Associated With Distinct Local and Systemic Cytokine Response F. A.
Lisboa1,2,4, T. S. Brown1,2, D. K. Tadaki1, F. A. Gage1,2,4, B. K. Potter3,
J. A. Forsberg1,3, E. A. Elster1,2,4 ; 1Naval Medical Research Center,
Silver Spring, Maryland; 2Walter Reed National Military Medical
Center, Bethesda, Maryland; 3Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, Bethesda, Maryland; 4Uniformed Services University Of
The Health Sciences, Bethesda, Maryland
14.7.A Closed-Abdomen Hemorrhagic Shock And Resuscitation Injury Model In Non-Human Primates: A Novel Approach
To Investigating The Physiologic And Immunologic Effects Of
Trauma And Resuscitative Interventions. J. S. Radowsky1,2,3,
E. H. Lee1,2,3, T. A. Davis1, D. K. Tadaki1,3, E. A. Elster1,2,3 ; 1Naval
Medical Research Center, Silver Spring, Maryland; 2Walter Reed
National Military Medical Center, Department Of Surgery, Bethesda,
Maryland; 3Uniformed Services University Of The Health Sciences,
Department Of Surgery, Bethesda, Maryland
14.8.Exposure To Stored Blood Products Induces A Pro-inflammatory Response In Primary Hepatocytes J. R. Klune1, M. D.
Neal1, L. McDaniel1, G. W. Nace1, R. Simmons1, D. A. Geller1, J.
S. Raval2,3, A. Tsung1 ; 1University Of Pittsburgh Medical Center Department Of Surgery, Pittsburgh, PA; 2University Of Pittsburgh
Medical Center - Department Of Pathology, Pittsburgh, PA; 3University Of North Carolina - Department Of Pathology, Chapel Hill,
NC
14.11.Accelerated Lipid Metabolism After Severe Trauma D. Burneikis1, J. R. Stringham1, E. E. Moore1,2, T. L. Chin1,2, A. Ghasabyan2,
K. C. Hansen1, C. C. Silliman1, A. Banerjee1 ; 1University Of Colorado Denver, Aurora, CO; 2Denver Health Medical Center, Denver,
CO
14.12.Comparison Of Viscoelastometric Assays To Traditional Activated Clotting Time For Assessing Heparin Activity In Whole
Blood M. P. Chapman1, E. E. Moore2, T. L. Chin1, A. Ghasabyan2, C.
R. Ramos1, J. R. Stringham1, A. Banerjee1 ; 1University Of Colorado
Denver, Aurora, CO; 2Denver Health Medical Center, Denver, CO
14.13.Outer Membrane Vesicles From Pathogenic Bacteria Initiate
An Inflammatory Response In Human Endothelial Cells M. C.
Soult1, N. E. Lonergan1, B. Shah1, L. D. Britt1, C. J. Sullivan1 ; 1Eastern Virginia Medical School Department Of Surgery, Norfolk, VA
14.14.Interleukin-6 Neutralizing Antibody Treatment Restores Th1/
Th2 Balance in Mice With Pseudo-Fracture and Hemorrhage
Y. Zhang1,2, W. Xiang1, K. Sebastian1, K. Zettel1, S. Darwiche1, C.
Cai1, F. Ayoob1, T. Billiar1 ; 1Department Of Surgery, University
Of Pittsburgh Medical Center, Pittsburgh , PA; 2Hepatobiliary
Surgery,Union Hospital,Huazhong University Of Science And Technology, Wuhan, Hubei
14.15.Xanthine Oxidase Does Not Produce Reactive Oxygen Species In Early Life-Threatening Trauma J. R. Stringham1, E. E.
Moore2, T. L. Chin1, A. Ghasabyan2, C. R. Ramos1, M. Chapman1, K.
C. Hansen1, C. C. Silliman1, A. Banerjee1 ; 1University Of Colorado
Denver, Aurora, CO; 2Denver Health Medical Center, Denver , CO
14.16.Ethanol Decreases Microvascular Leak Due To IschemiaReperfusion Injury A. Garcia1, G. P. Victorino1 ; 1UCSF-East Bay
Department Of Surgery, Oakland, CA
14.17.Bilateral Near Infrared Spectroscopy: A Potential Tool For
Detecting Traumatic Vascular Injury R. M. Van Haren1, M. L.
Ryan1, C. M. Thorson1, E. Curia1, A. M. Busko1, N. Namias1, A. S.
Livingstone1, K. G. Proctor1 ; 1Daughtry Dept Of Surgery, University
Of Miami Miller School Of Medicine And Ryder Trauma Center,
Miami, FL
14.18.Mesenteric Ischemia-Reperfusion (IR) Injury Enhances
Mouse Chemokine Production And Results In Injury To Multiple
Organs R. S. Jawa1, C. W. Boyer1, E. E. Quist1, V. K. Shostrom1, D.
W. Mercer1 ; 1University Of Nebraska Medical Center, Omaha , NE
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7:30AM - 9:30AMIntegrated
Tuesday, February 5, 2013
Quick Shot Session I
Chamber IV
Moderators: Christopher J. Abularrage, MD, Jason Chuen, MD & Benjamin M. Jackson, MD
15.1.Racial Disparities In The Cost Of Carotid Endarterectomy
And Carotid Stenting In The United States B. W. Propper1, J.
H. Black1, E. B. Schneider2, Y. W. Lum1, M. B. Malas3, M. W. Arnold3, C. J. Abularrage1 ; 1The Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore,
MD; 2Johns Hopkins Center For Surgery Trials And Outcomes Research , Baltimore, MD; 3Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center,
Baltimore, MD
15.4.The Regenerative Potential Of Mesenchymal Stem Cells In
A Porcine Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm Model R. O. Tadros1,
B. Rawal1, D. Han1, K. Briley-Saebo1, R. Hajjar1, Z. Fayad1, V. Gillespie1, M. L. Marin1, P. L. Faries1 ; 1The Mount Sinai School Of
Medicine, New York, NY
15.6.Racial And Ethnic Disparities In The Treatment Of Unruptured Thoracoabdominal Aortic Aneurysms In The United
States N. Glebova1, B. W. Propper1, J. H. Black1, E. B. Schneider2,
Y. W. Lum1, J. A. Freischlag1, B. A. Perler1, C. J. Abularrage1 ; 1The
Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, MD; 2Johns Hopkins Center
For Surgery Trials And Outcomes Research , Baltimore, MD
15.14.Mid-term Clinical Outcome Of Critical Limb Ischemia After
Infrapopliteal Bypass Surgery. R. Kyuragi1, T. Matsumoto1, S.
Tanaka1, J. Okadome1, E. Kawakubo1, R. Fukunaga1, J. Okazaki2, Y.
Maehara1 ; 1Department Of Surgery And Science, Graduate School
Of Medical Sciences, Kyushu University , Fukuoka, Fukuoka; 2Department Of Vascular Surgery, Kokura Memorial Hospital, Kitakyushu, Fukuoka
15.15.The Effect Of Surgeon Specialty On Outcomes After Ruptured Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm Repair A. T. Hawkins1, A.
D. Smith1, M. J. Schaumeier1, N. D. Hevelone1, L. L. Nguyen5
; 1Brigham & Women’s Hospital, Boston , MA; 2Brigham And
Women’s Hospital/Harvard Medical School, Boston , MA
15.16.NADPH Oxidase 2 Deficiency Attenuates Experimental Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm In Mice B. Xu1, H. Xuan1, H. Tanaka1, X.
Hu1, W. Wang1, K. J. Glover1, R. L. Dalman1 ; 1Stanford University
School Of Medicine, Stanford, California
15.7.Apolipoprotein A1 Inhibits Platelet Aggregation and Enhances Disaggregation C. R. Ramos1, E. E. Moore1,2, W. Jones1, J.
Di Paola1, J. Stringham1, M. Chapman1, T. Chin1, C. C. Silliman1, A.
Banerjee1 ; 1University Of Colorado Health Science Center, Aurorar,
CO; 2Denver Health Medical Center, Denver, CO
15.17.Xanthine Oxidoreductase Mediates Wound Healing In
C57BL/6 Mice Through Hydrogen Peroxide. M. C. Madigan1, B.
S. Zuckerbraun1,2, M. M. Tarpey1,2, G. Hong1, E. Tzeng1,2 ; 1University Of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA; 2VA Pittsburgh Healthcare System, Pittsburgh, PA
15.8.Femoral Intima Media Thickness As A Marker For Peripheral
Arterial Disease M. S. Etherington1, A. J. Layne1, E. R. Mohler1, J.
T. Davis1, R. M. Fairman1, E. Y. Woo1, B. M. Jackson1, G. J. Wang1
; 1Hospital Of The University Of Pennsylvania , Philadelphia, PA
15.18.Novel NF-kB Inhibitor Rescues Mice With High IL-6 Levels
In Sepsis, And Reduces Gut Apoptosis In Double Hit Injury:
Sepsis Followed By Hemorrhage D. VYAS1, S. Samsophear2,
P. Castro2, L. Chaturvedi1, L. Azevedo2, J. Tepe2, M. Basson1, S.
Patel2, A. Vyas2 ; 1Michigan State University Department Of Surgery, Lansing , MI; 2Michigan State University , Lansing, Mi; 3Michigan State University , Lansing , MI; 4Michigan State University ,
Lansing , MI; 5Michigan State University , Lansing , MI; 6Michigan
State University , Lansing , MI; 7Michigan State University , Lansing
, MI; 8Michigan State University , Lansing , MI
15.9.Single Cell Transcriptional Analysis Reveals A Diminished
Subpopulation Of Human Adipose Derived Stem Cells In Diabetic Patients. M. Sorkin1, R. Rennert1, M. Januszyk1, J. M. Morton1, M. T. Longaker1, G. C. Gurtner1 ; 1Stanford University School
Of Medicine Department Of Surgery, Stanford, CA
15.10.Increased Adipocyte Deposition In Injured Muscle With
Aging And Impaired Remodeling In Females C. M. Fearing1, H.
M. Hancock1, M. J. McHale1, L. Porter1, Z. U. Sarwar1, L. M. McManus1, P. K. Shireman1,2 ; 1The University Of Texas Health Science
Center At San Antonio, San Antonio, Texas; 2South Texas Veterans
Health Care System (STVHCS), San Antonio, TX
15.11.Novel Role Of WISP-1/CCN4 In Angiogenesis Z. Liu , Y. Tan ,
H. Shao1, Y. Li1, O. C. Velazquez1 ; 1University Of Miami Miller
School Of Medicine, Miami, Florida
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15.19.Anti-Inflammatory Drug Methotrexate Suppresses Experimental Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm In Mice B. Xu1, H. Xuan1, X.
Hu1, H. Tanaka1, W. Wang1, M. E. Gerritsen1, R. L. Dalman1 ; 1Stanford University School Of Medicine, Stanford, California
15.20.Anticoagulation Is Unnecessary For Most Patients With Calf
Vein Thrombosis M. J. Anstadt1, J. A. Brosius2, T. Robertson3, R.
Milner4 ; 1Loyola University Medical Center, Maywood, IL; 2Loyola
University Chicago Stritch School Of Medicine, Maywood, IL; 3Riverside Methodist Hospital, Columbus, OH; 4University Of Chicago,
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15.5.Results of Carotid Angioplasty and Stenting Are Equivalent
for Critical Versus High-Grade Lesions B. W. Ullery1, E. H. Murphy1, E. Y. Woo1 ; 1University Of Pennsylvania, Division Of Vascular
Surgery And Endovascular Therapy, Philadelphia, PA
15.13.Differential PECAM-1 Activation And Tissue Factor Expression In HUVEC Exposed To Laminar And Disturbed Pulsatile
Flow And Chemical Stimuli. T. Moriguchi1, B. Davis1, R. Abe1, B. E.
Sumpio1 ; 1Department Of Surgery, Yale University School Of Medicine, New Haven, CT
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15.3.Effects Of Mechanical Gravitational Unloading On Vascular
Endothelial Cells Function S. Grenon1, M. Jeanne1, M. S. Conte1,
M. Hughes-Fulford1 ; 1University Of California - San Francisco , San
Francisco, CA
15.12.Significance Of Macrophage-Association Markers In Human
Carotid Plaques S. L. Powell White1, R. Q. Ding1, E. Hitchner2, W.
Zhou1,2 ; 1Stanford University School Of Medicine Department Of
Surgery, Stanford, CA; 2VA Palo Alto Healthcare Systems, Palo
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Tuesday, February 5, 2013
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9:30AM - 10:00AM
Morning Break in Exhibit Area
10:00AM - 10:15AM
Opening Comments
Melina R. Kibbe, MD, RVT, AAS President &
George P. Yang, MD, PhD, SUS President
Roosevelt
10:15AM - 11:00AM
SUS Presidential Address
“Reassessing the Halstedian Residency”
Roosevelt
George P. Yang, MD, PhD
Crescent City Ballroom
Associate Professor of Surgery, Hagey Family Faculty Scholar, Stanford University School of Medicine, Staff
Physician, Palo Alto VA Health Care System
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11:00AM - 11:30AM
SUS Lifetime Achievement Award
Alden Harken, MD
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University of California, San Francisco, Professor of Surgery; Chief, UCSF-East Bay Surgery Program; Chair,
Department of Surgery, Alameda County Medical Center; Division of UCSF-East Bay Surgery
Introduction by Gene Moore, MD
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11:30AM - 1:00PM
Lunch in Exhibit Area
Crescent City Ballroom
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Committee Session “AAS/SUS Mentorship Program”
Waldorf Astoria Ballroom
Moderators: Mark Cohen, MD & Gregory Kennedy, MD
• Current Status of Mentorship in Academic Surgery • Why Mentorship is Important for your Career • How to Develop, Sustain and Reward Mentors in Surgery Tim Eberlein, MD
• Facilitated Discussion of AAS/SUS Mentoring Program Panel Discussion
• Review of a Blueprint for AAS/SUS Mentoring Program Mary Hawn, MD
At the end of the session, participants will be able to:
1.Discuss the principles of developing and sustaining mentors.
2.Understand the importance to an institution of rewarding mentors.
3.Identify factors that make good mentors.
4.Understand the importance of good mentors on your future career.
5.Formulate solutions for improving participation in mentoring relationships.
Julie Margenthaler, MD
Herbert Chen, MD
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Hot Topic Session: “Acute Care Surgery – Now That We’ve Built It, Will They Come, and Why Should They?”
Orpheum
Moderator: Thomas Esposito, MD
• Why was it built? Overview of the evolution of this new discipline. Thomas Esposito, MD
• What is it? Overview of the Acute Care Surgery Fellowship Curriculum
and status of fellowships nationally.
Thomas Esposito, MD
• Who might consider it and why? Presentation of results of published opinion surveys of residents and attendings on Acute Care Surgery Fellowships and other training issues.
Jamie Jones, MD
• Why consider it and what can you do with it? Discussion of different practice models of Acute Care Surgery and testimonials from those who have finished the Fellowship and are now practicing.
David Efron, MD & Paula Ferrada, MD
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At the end of the session, participants will be able to:
1.Be familiar with issues that led to the development of Acute Care Surgery and the argument for its need.
2.Be familiar with the current content of the Acute Care Surgery Fellowship curriculum and the
status of Fellowships.
3.Be familiar with the opinions of current surgical residents and attendings on Acute Care Surgery.
4.Be familiar with the current practice models of Acute Care Surgery and the benefits it offers as a career.
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• The Academic Report Card: How Do We Measure Up and
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Roosevelt
Justin B. Dimick, MD, MPH
• A Brave New World in Surgical Education: How Can Outcomes Data Help
with the Core Competencies and the Milestones Project?
James Hebert, MD
• Building a Culture of Commitment: The Next Generation of Surgeons
• Let the Data Speak to Your Residents At the end of the session, participants will be able to:
1.Understand currently available data used to assess surgical quality.
2.Describe the state of patient care in academic centers considering issues related to surgical education and resident participation.
3.Illustrate recent changes in accreditation requirements and external pressures motivating change in the surgical training paradigm.
4.Develop strategies to integrate outcomes data into surgical education.
1:00PM - 2:30PM
SUS Presidential Plenary Session
“Generating Evidence for Evidence-based Practice”
Moderator: George P. Yang, MD, PhD
• Comparative Effectiveness Research Using Registry Data: Strategies for Success
• The Road Paved with Experience
R. Lawrence Moss, MD
• Surgeons as Drivers of Translational Research
Monica Bertagnolli, MD
Abstract Presentations:
Clifford Ko, MD
Roosevelt
Adil Haider, MD
16.1.Does Pay-for-Performance Improve Surgical Outcomes? Evaluation Of Phase 2 Of The Premier Hospital Quality Incentive Demonstration Project; T. Shih1, J. B. Dimick1 ; 1University Of Michigan Center For Health Outcomes &
Policy (CHOP), Ann Arbor, MI
16.2.Early Postoperative Oral Feeding In Gastresophageal Tumors Surgery: A Randomized Controlled Trial; S.
Shoar1, H. Mahmoodzadeh1, N. Hosseini Araghi1, N. Mahboobi1, F. Sirati1, Z. Khorgami1 ; 1Tehran University Of
Medical Sciences, Tehran, Tehran; 2Tehran University Of Medical Sciences, Tehran, Tehran
At the end of this session, participants will be able to:
1.Recognize the extent to which surgical practice is guided by well-controlled science.
2.Understand how national organizations are working to develop consortia to address how care is provided.
3.Highlight how various approaches to health services research can guide our practice.
4.Understand how surgeons can contribute to developing health care policy.
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Rachel Kelz, MD
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2:30PM - 3:00PM
SUS Joel J. Roslyn Lecture
“Surgical Ethics, Innovation, and the Future of Surgical Progress”
Peter Angelos, MD, PhD
Roosevelt
University of Chicago Medicine; Linda Kohler Anderson Professor of Surgery; Chief, Endocrine Surgery;
Associate Director, MacLean Center for Clinical Medical Ethics
Introduction by George P. Yang, MD, PhD, SUS President
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3:00PM - 3:30PM
British Journal of Surgery Lecture
“Development, Implementation and Effects of a
Comprehensive Surgical Safety System”
Eefje de Vries, MD
Roosevelt
General Surgery Resident
Introduction by George P. Yang, MD, PhD, SUS President
3:30PM - 4:00PM
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Afternoon Break in Exhibit Area
Crescent City Ballroom
Basic Science Plenary Session
Roosevelt Salon IV & V
Moderators: Melina R. Kibbe, MD, RVT & George P. Yang, MD, PhD
17.1.Synthesis And Characterization Of A Targeted Nitric Oxide-Delivery Vehicle E. S. Moreira1,2, T. Moyer2,3, H. Kassam1,2, S. I. Stupp2,3, M. R. Kibbe1,2 ; 1Northwestern University Division Of Vascular Surgery, Chicago, IL; 2Northwestern
University Institute For BioNanotechnology In Medicine, Chicago, IL; 3Northwestern Department Of Material Science
And Engineering , Evanston, IL
17.2.Fresh Red Blood Cells Mitigate Human T-cell Suppression Seen With Stored Blood Bank Red Blood Cells K. L.
Long1, C. F. Meier1, S. P. Carmichael1, J. G. Woodward1, A. C. Bernard1 ; 1University Of Kentucky, Lexington, KY
17.3.Intravenous Multipotent Adult Progenitor Cell Therapy Improves Spatial Learning After Traumatic Brain Injury S. S. Bedi1, R. A. Hetz1,2, A. Olsen1, S. Williams1, C. Thomas1, P. Smith1, J. Hamilton4, R. W. Mays4, C. S. Cox1,2,3
; 1Department Of Pediatric Surgery At University Of Texas Medical Health Science Center At Houston, Houston,
Texas; 2Deaprtment Of Surgery At University Of Texas Health Science Center At Houston, Houston, Texas; 3Michael E
DeBakey Institute For Comparative Cardiovascular Science And Biomedical Devices, Texas A & M University, Houston,
Texas; 4Athersys, Inc, Cleveland, Ohio 17.4.Tissue Engineered Small-Diameter Arterial Graft: In Vivo Evaluation Of An Electrospun Nanofiber Scaffold K.
A. Rocco1, M. W. Maxfield2, P. S. Bagi3, H. Kurobe 2, T. Yi 4, T. Shinoka 2, C. K. Breuer2 ; 1Department Of Engineering,
Yale University , New Haven, CT; 2Department Of Surgery, Yale University , New Haven, CT; 3School Of Medicine, Yale
University , New Haven , CT; 4Interdepartmental Program In Vascular Biology And Therapeutics, Yale University , New
Haven, CT
17.5.NLRP3 Inflammasome Activates Matrix Metalloproteinase-9: Potential Role In Smooth Muscle Cell Dysfunction In Thoracic Aortic Disease D. Wu1,2,3, J. C. Choi1,3, J. Coselli1,3, Y. H. Shen1,3, S. A. LeMaire1,2,3 ; 1Division Of
Cardiothoracic Surgery, Michael E. DeBakey Department Of Surgery, Houston, TX; 2Department Of Molecular Physiology And Biophysics, Baylor College Of Medicine, Houston, TX; 3Texas Heart Institute At St. Lukes Episcopal Hospital,
Houston, TX
17.6.Organ Tissue Engineering Using Autologous Decellularized Microcirculatory Beds AS Vascularized Bioscaffolds L. H. Evers1, W. Liu1, D. Simons1, M. Sorkin1, M. T. Longaker1, G. C. Gurtner1 ; 1Stanford University School Of
Medicine Department Of Surgery, Stanford, California
17.7.5-Lipoxygenase Inhibition Attenuates Intestinal Polyposis Through Suppression Of Inflammation M. J. Heiferman1,2, J. R. Heiferman1,2, N. R. Blatner2, J. D. Phillips1,2, E. C. Cheon1,2, L. M. Knab1,2, E. A. Wayne1,2, K. Khazaie2, P. J.
Grippo1,2, D. J. Bentrem1,2,3 ; 1Northwestern University Department Of Surgery, Chicago, IL; 2Robert H. Lurie Comprehensive Cancer Center Of Northwestern University, Chicago, IL; 3Jesse Brown VA Medical Center, Chicago, IL
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Outcomes Plenary Session
Roosevelt Salon II & III
Moderators: Caprice Greenberg, MD & Sandra Wong, MD
18.1.Risk Adjusted Analyses To Improve Trauma Care: Comparing A Simple Six Variable Model To The “Gold
Standard” Z. G. Hashmi1, S. Zafar2, E. B. Schneider1, E. R. Haut1, E. E. Cornwell2, V. K. Scott1, D. T. Efron1, A. H.
Haider1 ; 1Center For Surgery Trials And Outcomes Research (CSTOR), Johns Hopkins University School Of Medicine,
Baltimore, MD; 2Howard University Hospital, Washington, DC 18.2.Surgical Care Improvement Project Quality Measures And Surgical Site Infections: Can Integration Into The
Surgical Safety Checklist Improve Quality Compliance And Clinical Outcomes? M. Tillman1, H. Wehbe-Janek1, W.
R. Smythe1, H. T. Papaconstantinou1; 1Scott & White Memorial Hospital And Clinic, Temple, Texas
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18.3.Quick Response (QR) Codes For Surgical Safety, Is It Ready For Prime Time? Results From A Prospective
Pilot Study. J. L. Dixon1, W. R. Smythe1, D. C. Jupiter1, H. T. Papaconstantinou1 ; 1Scott & White Memorial Hospital
And Clinic, Temple, Texas
18.4.Better Outcomes With Higher Volumes Of Acute Care Surgical Procedures E. C. Hall1,2, S. Zafar3, X. Hui2, E. E.
Cornwell3, A. H. Haider2 ; 1Georgetown University Department Of Surgery, Washington, DC; 2Center For Surgery Trials
And Outcomes Research (CSTOR), Baltimore, MA; 3Howard University College Of Medicine, Washington, DC
18.5.Can Surgical Case Complexity Be Better Captured? Effect Of Secondary CPT Codes On Short-Term Outcome
Models After Gastrointestinal Oncologic Operations R. P. Merkow1,2,3, D. J. Bentrem1,2, C. Y. Ko4, K. Y. Bilimoria1,2
; 1Department Of Surgery And Surgical Outcomes And Quality Improvement Center, Northwestern University, Chicago,
IL; 2Northwestern Institute For Comparative Effectiveness Research (NICER) In Oncology, Chicago, IL; 3Department Of
Surgery, University Of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus, Aurora, CO; 4Department Of Surgery, University Of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) And VA Greater Los Angeles Healthcare System, Los Angeles, CA
18.6.Measuring Postoperative Recovery After Elective Colorectal Resection: Validation Of The SF-6D Health Utility
Value L. Lee1, C. Li1, N. Elfassy1, S. A. Liberman1, B. Stein1, P. Charlebois1, F. Carli1, G. M. Fried1, L. S. Feldman1 ; 1McGill University Health Centre, Montreal, QC
18.7.Post-Treatment Surveillance in Locoregional Breast Cancer: Guideline Adherence and Patterns in Use of NonRecommended Testing A. D. Parmar1,2, K. M. Sheffield1, G. M. Vargas1, Y. Han1, C. Chao1, T. S. Riall1 ; 1University Of
Texas Medical Branch, Galveston, Texas; 2University Of California San Francisco - East Bay, Oakland, California
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AAS Medical Student Quick Shots Competition
Moderators: Melina R. Kibbe, MD, RVT & Julie Ann Sosa, MD
Orpheum
6:30PM - 7:30PM
Opening Exhibit Reception
7:30PM - Midnight
ASC Extravaganza
Join us for the annual Extravaganza! This year it is scheduled to last late so you can enjoy
visiting with your colleagues, dinner, drinks, and N’awlins entertainment specialties!
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19.1.5-Lipoxygenase Inhibition Attenuates Intestinal Polyposis Through Suppression Of Inflammation M. J. Heiferman1,2, J. R. Heiferman1,2, N. R. Blatner2, J. D. Phillips1,2, E. C. Cheon1,2, L. M. Knab1,2, E. A. Wayne1,2, K. Khazaie2, P. J.
Grippo1,2, D. J. Bentrem1,2,3 ; 1Northwestern University Department Of Surgery, Chicago, IL; 2Robert H. Lurie Comprehensive Cancer Center Of Northwestern University, Chicago, IL; 3Jesse Brown VA Medical Center, Chicago, IL
19.2.A MAPK Dependent Pathway Induces Epithelial Mesenchymal Transition (EMT) Via Twist Activation In Human
Breast Cancer Cell Lines N. Y. Li1, C. E. Weber1, P. Y. Wai1, B. Cuevas1, P. C. Kuo1, Z. Mi1 ; 1Loyola University Chicago Stritch School Of Medicine, Maywood, IL
19.3.Combination Of Adoptive Cell Transfer With CTLA-4 Blockade Maximizes Melanoma Immunotherapy D. A.
Mahvi1, L. Wentworth1,2, J. V. Meyers1, C. S. Cho1,2 ; 1University Of Wisconsin School Of Medicine And Public Health,
Madison, WI; 2William S. Middleton Memorial VA Hospital, Madison, WI
19.4.SiRNA Transfection With Cholesterol Modification From Electrospun PET Facilitates Gene Silencing In
Human Aortic Smooth Muscle Cells M. C. Chun1,5, H. S. Oliver-Allen2, C. S. Nabzdyk3, S. G. Pathan4, M. D. Phaneuf4,
L. Pradhan-Nabzdyk1, F. W. LoGerfo1 ; 1Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center - Harvard Medical School , Boston ,
MA; 2Indiana University School Of Medicine, Indianapolis, IN; 3Tufts Medical Center Department Of Surgery, Boston,
MA; 4BioSurfaces Inc, Ashland, MA; 5New York College Of Osteopathic Medicine, Old Westbury, NY
19.5.Outcomes For Patients With Emphysema Undergoing Surgical Resection Of Stage I Non-small Cell Lung Cancer (NSCLC) M. Bishawi1, W. H. Moore1, T. Bilfinger1 ; 1Stony Brook University Medical Center, Stony Brook, New York
19.6.Blocking The P2X7 Receptor In A Rat Nerve-Injury Model Improves Long Term Functional Outcomes C. L. Rodriguez-Feo1, K. Sexton2, R. B. Boyer1, A. O. Pollins2, N. L. Cardwell2, L. B. Nanney2, B. Shack2, W. P. Thayer2 ; 1Vanderbilt University School Of Medicine, Nashville , TN; 2Vanderbilt University Department Of Plastic Surgery, Nashville, TN
19.7.Effect Of Competitive Training On A Virtual Reality Simulator On Surgical Performance: A Randomized Controlled Trial D. A. Hashimoto1,2, A. Khajuria1, L. Beyer-Berjot1, N. N. Williams2, A. Darzi1, R. Aggarwal1 ; 1Imperial College
London - Department Of Surgery And Cancer, London , London; 2Perelman School Of Medicine, University Of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA
19.8.Effect Of Age And BMI On Mortality And Morbidity In Elective And Emergent General Surgery. F. J. Yanquez3,
D. Grauf2, J. Clements1,3, A. Merchant1,3 ; 1Central Michigan University (CMU) Healthcare, Department Of Surgery And
Department Of Research And Quality, Saginaw, Michigan; 2Covenant Healthcare, Department Of Quality, Saginaw,
Michigan; 3Central Michigan University College Of Medicine, Mount Pleasant, Michigan
19.9.NSQIP And NIS Under-report Adverse Events In Appendicitis P. C. Tran1, M. K. Liang2, U. R. Phatak4, N. M.
Tapia3, L. S. Kao4, J. W. Suliburk3 ; 1Baylor College Of Medicine, Houston, TX; 2Baylor College Of Medicine And The
Michael E. DeBakey VA Medical Center, Houston, TX; 3Baylor College Of Medicine - Ben Taub Hospital, Houston,
TX; 4University Of Texas Health Science Center At Houston, Houston, TX
19.10.Velaparib (ABT-888), A Novel Inhibitor Of Poly-Adp Ribosyl Polymerase (PARP), Synergizes With 5-Fluorouracil In Pancreatic Carcinoid Cells Y. R. Somnay1,3, S. Lubner2, M. Kunnimalaiyaan1, H. Chen1 ; 1University Of Wisconsin
School Of Medicine And Public Health - Department Of Surgery, Madison, WI ; 2University Of Wisconsin School Of
Medicine And Public Health, Department Of Medicine, Madison, WI; 3Medical Scientist Training Program, University Of
Wisconsin School Of Medicine And Public Health, Madison, WI
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Wednesday, February 6, 2013
Integrated Oral Presentation Sessions I
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Moderators: Michael J. Englesbe, MD & Shu S. Lin, MD
20.1.Cardiac Transplantation With ABO Compatible Donors Has
Equivalent Long-Term Survival. S. Taghavi1, S. N. Jayarajan1, L.
Wilson3, E. Komaroff2, A. A. Mangi3 ; 1Temple University Hospital,
Philadelpha, PA; 2Temple University, Philadelpha, PA; 3Yale University School Of Medicine, New Haven, CT
20.6.The CD8+/TCR- Facilitating Cell Population Is Comprised
Of Distinct Cellular Subsets That Exhibit Differential Cytokine
Expression: Implications In The Enhancement Of Allogeneic
Stem Cell Engraftment. M. J. Schuchert1, A. L. Opest1, R. J. Landreneau1, J. D. Luketich1, N. N. Gangopadhyay1 ; 1University Of
Pittsburgh Medical Center - Department Of Cardiothoracic Surgery,
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20.2.Cardiac Transplantation Can Be Safely Performed Using
Low Donor To Recipient Body Weight Ratios S. N. Jayarajan1, S.
Taghavi1, L. Wilson3, E. Komaroff2, A. A. Mangi3; 1Temple University
Hospital, Philadelpha, PA; 2Temple University School Of Public
Health, Philadelphia, PA; 3Yale School Of Medicine, New Haven, CT
20.7.Autologous CD117+ Mesenchymal Stem Cell Injections Provide Superior Therapeutic Benefit As Compared To CD117+
Cardiac-Derived Stem Cells In A Feline Model Of Isoproterenol
Induced Cardiomyopathy. S. Taghavi1, T. A. Sharp2, J. M. Duran2,
C. A. Makarewich2, S. Khoche2, R. M. Berretta2, T. Starosta2, H.
Kubo2, M. Barbe2, S. R. Houser2 ; 1Temple University Hospital,
Philadelphia, PA; 2Temple University Cardiovascular Research
Center, Philadelpha, PA; 3Temple University School Of Medicine,
Philadelpha, PA
20.3.Impact Of Extra-Corporeal Membrane Oxygenation Or Mechanical Ventilation As Bridge To Combined Heart-Lung Transplantation On Short- And Long-Term Survival S. N. Jayarajan1,
S. Taghavi1, E. Komaroff3, S. Brann2, T. Horai2, S. Guy2, Y. Toyoda2
; 1Temple University Hospital, Philadelphia, PA; 2Temple University
School Of Medicine, Philadelphia, PA; 3Temple University School
Of Public Health, Philadelphia, PA
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20.8.Differential Regulation Of The Inflammatory Response During Fetal Cardiac Regeneration Following Myocardial Infarction
(MI). M. W. Morris1, M. Allukian2, J. Xu3, R. C. Caskey2, W. DorsettMartin1, M. E. Mitchell1, J. H. Gorman2, R. C. Gorman2, K. W.
Liechty3 ; 1University Of Mississippi Medical Center-Dept. Of Surgery, Jackson, MS; 2Hospital Of University Of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Philadelpha, PA; 3Nemours Children Hospital, Orlando, FL
20.4.Cardiac Transplantation Can Be Safely Performed Using
Diabetic Donors S. Taghavi1, S. N. Jayarajan1, L. Wilson3, E. Komaroff2, A. A. Mangi3 ; 1Temple University Hospital, Philadelpha,
PA; 2Temple University School Of Public Health, Philadelpha,
PA; 3Yale University School Of Medicine, New Haven, CT
20.5.Impact Of Donor Cardiac Arrest On Heart Transplantation
K. W. Southerland1, A. Castleberry1, M. Mack1, J. Williams1, M.
Daneshmand1, C. A. Milano1 ; 1Duke University Medical Center,
Durham, NC
7:30AM - 9:30AM
20.9.Ethanol Consumption Improves Insulin Signaling In Chronically Ischemic Myocardium N. Y. Elmadhun1, A. D. Lassaletta1,
B. Thomas1, A. Sabe1, F. W. Sellke1 ; 1Division Of Cardiothoracic
Surgery, Cardiovascular Research Center, Warren Alpert School Of
Medicine, Brown University, Providence, RI
Integrated Oral Presentation Sessions I
Clinical Trials/Outcomes 1: Resource Utilization
Salon III
Moderators: Peter Angelos, MD & Louis L. Nguyen, MD
21.1.A Short-Stay Unit For The Post-Operative Care Of Thyroidectomy Patients Increases Discharge Efficiency S. M. Vrabec1,
N. Clark1, S. C. Oltmann1, H. Chen1, R. S. Sippel1 ; 1University Of
Wisconsin School Of Medicine And Public Health - Department Of
Surgery, Madison, WI
21.2.Can Insurance Pre-Authorization Ensure High Quality Melanoma Care? Development Of A Simple Algorithm To Verify The
Surgical Treatment Plan B. S. Kester1,2, J. D. Wayne1,2, D. J. Bentrem1,2,3, R. P. Merkow1,2,4, K. Y. Bilimoria1,2 ; 1Surgical Outcomes
And Quality Improvement Center, Chicago, IL; 2Northwestern Institute For Comparative Effectiveness Research (NICER) In Oncology,
Chicago, IL; 3Department Of Surgery, Jesse Brown VA Medical
Center, Chicago, IL; 4Department Of Surgery, University Of Colorado Denver School Of Medicine, Aurora, CO
21.3.Extended Hospital Stay After Surgery: A Marker Of Hospital
Quality Or Efficiency? R. W. Krell1, M. Girotti1, J. B. Dimick1 ; 1Department of Surgery, Ann Arbor, MI
21.4.Title: Does Variation In Cost Of A Surgical Procedure Equate
To Differences In The Value Of The Care Delivered? C. E. Reinke1, N. Bansal2, C. Meise1, G. Karakousis1, D. Fraker1, R. R. Kelz1
; 1Department of Surgery, Philadelphia, PA; 2Perelman School Of
Medicine, Philadelphia, PA
21.5.Regional Variation In Total Cost Of A Homogenous Surgical
Procedure C. E. Reinke1, N. Bansal2, C. Meise1, G. Karakousis1, D.
Fraker1, R. R. Kelz1 ; 1Department Of Surgery And Oncology, Philadelphia, PA; 2Perelman School Of Medicine, Philadelphia, PA
8th Annual Academic Surgical Congress
21.6.Excess Hospital Resource Utilization And Inefficiencies In
Treatment Of Calculous Biliary Disease At A Safety-Net Hospital U. R. Phatak1, W. M. Chan1, R. Escamilla1, D. F. Lew1, T. C. Ko1,
C. J. Wray1, L. S. Kao1 ; 1University Of Texas Health Science Center
At Houston, Houston, Texas
21.7.A Patient-Centered Early Warning System To Prevent Readmission After Colorectal Surgery: A National Consensus Using
The Delphi Method L. T. Li1, W. L. Mills2, A. M. Gutierrez5, L. I. Herman2, A. D. Naik2,4, D. H. Berger1,3 ; 1Department Of Surgery, Baylor College Of Medicine, Houston, TX; 2Houston Veterans Affairs
Health Services Research And Development Center Of Excellence,
Houston, TX; 3Operative Care Line, Michael E. DeBakey Veterans
Affairs Medical Center, Houston, TX; 4Medical Care Line, Michael
E. DeBakey Veterans Affairs Medical Center, Houston, TX; 5Rice
University, Houston, TX
21.8.Continuous Monitoring of Central Venous Oxygen Saturation
Predicts Postoperative Liver Dysfunction After Liver Resection M. Meguro1, T. Mizuguchi1, M. Kawamoto1, Y. Nakamura1, K.
Kukita1, S. Ohta1, K. Hirata1 ; 1Department Of Surgical Oncology
And Gastroenterological Surgery, Sapporo Medical University
School Of Medicine, Sapporo, Hokkaido
21.9.Cancer Anxiety And Patient Selection Of Mastectomy Over
Breast Conservation Therapy L. Conant1, T. M. Martin-Dunlap1, C.
S. Fisher2, J. A. Margenthaler1 ; 1Washington University In St Louis
- Dept. Of Surgery, Saint Louis, MO; 2University Of Pennsylvania Department Of Surgery, Philadelphia, PA
21.10.Evaluating The Effectiveness Of A Discharge Protocol For
Advanced Appendicitis At A Children’s Hospital S. C. Fallon1,
M. L. Brandt1, S. Hassan1, D. E. Wesson1, J. R. Rodriguez1, M. E.
Lopez1 ; 1Division Of Pediatric Surgery, Michael E. DeBakey Department Of Surgery, Baylor College Of Medicine, Houston, TX
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SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM
7:30AM - 9:30AM
Wednesday, February 6, 2013
Integrated Oral Presentation Sessions I
Salon IV
Moderators: Anne C. Fischer, MD, PhD & Ali Salim, MD
22.1.Development And Validation Of A Risk Stratification Score
For Identifying Patients At Increased Risk Of Surgical Site Infection Following Open Ventral Hernia Repair R. L. Berger1, S.
C. Hicks2, J. A. Davila3, L. T. Li1, M. L. Clapp1, D. H. Berger1,3, M. K.
Liang1 ; 1Baylor College Of Medicine And The Michael E. DeBakey
VA Medical Center, Houston, Texas; 2Rice University, Houston,
Texas; 3Houston VA Health Services Research & Development
Center Of Excellence, Houston, Texas
22.3.Increased Impact Of The National Surgical Quality Improvement Program On Surgical Research S. D. Perez1,2, R. M.
Owen1,2, J. F. Sweeney1,2 ; 1Emory University School Of Medicine,
Atlanta, GA; 2Department Of Surgery Patient Safety And Data Management Program, Atlanta, GA
22.8.Defining Recurrence After Paraesophageal Hernia Repair:
Correlating Symptoms and Radiographic Findings Q. Kawaji2,
M. R. Marohn1, M. Stem1, R. M. Fleming1, M. A. Schweitzer1, K. E.
Steele1, A. O. Lidor1 ; 1Johns Hopkins University School Of Medicine, Baltimore, MD; 2Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School Of Public
Health , Baltimore, MD
22.9.Hospital Volume and Operative Mortality in the Modern Era B.
N. Reames1, A. A. Ghaferi1, J. B. Dimick1 ; 1University Of Michigan
Center For Healthcare Outcomes & Policy (CHOP), Ann Arbor, MI
22.5.NSQIP And NIS Under-report Adverse Events In Appendicitis
P. C. Tran1, M. K. Liang2, U. R. Phatak4, N. M. Tapia3, L. S. Kao4, J.
W. Suliburk3 ; 1Baylor College Of Medicine, Houston, TX; 2Baylor
College Of Medicine And The Michael E. DeBakey VA Medical Center, Houston, TX; 3Baylor College Of Medicine - Ben Taub Hospital,
Houston, TX; 4University Of Texas Health Science Center At Houston, Houston, TX
7:30AM - 9:30AM
Integrated Oral Presentation Sessions I
Education 1: Advances In Surgical Education
Salon V
Moderators: Rachel R. Kelz, MD & Eugene S. Kim, MD
23.1.Net Present Value Of Career Specialty Choices For Medical
Students R. K. Sethi1, A. J. Henry2, E. M. Breen1,2, S. W. Ashley1,2,
L. L. Nguyen1,2 ; 1Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA; 2Brigham
And Women’s Hospital, Boston, MA
23.2.One (not The Same): Comparing And Contrasting Differing
Attitudes Toward Professionalism Between Fourth-year Medical Students And Surgeons In Training And Practice C. S. Hultman1, J. Wagner1, P. Rowland1, A. Connolly1, A. A. Meyer1, G. F.
Sheldon1 ; 1University Of North Carolina - Department Of Surgery,
Chapel Hill, NC
23.3.The Value Of Incorporating Live Animal Models In Third
Year Medical Student Curriculum: Where Have All The Animal
Models Gone? S. Daly1, N. A. Wilson1, D. Rinewalt1, C. Riley1, A.
Growney1, S. Bines1, M. Luu1, J. Myers1 ; 1Rush University Medical
Center, Chicago, IL
23.4.Confusion, Not Safety, In Numbers: Pitfalls In Assessing Nontechnical Skills Of Large Teams S. Steinemann1, Y. S. Lim2,3, B.
W. Berg2 ; 1University Of Hawaii Department Of Surgery, Honolulu,
HI; 2University Of Hawaii SimTiki Simulation Center, Honolulu,
HI; 3Gachon University Gil Hospital, Namdong-Gu, Incheon
23.5.Simulation Training in Critical Care: Does Practice Make Perfect? R. Springer1,2, J. W. Mah1,2, I. Shusdock1, R. Brautigam1,2, S.
Donahue1, K. L. Butler1,2 ; 1Hartford Hospital, Hartford, CT; 2University Of Connecticut Health Center, Farmington, CT
23.7.Surgical Resident Learning Styles Have Changed Following
The Implementation Of The 80-Hour Workweek R. C. Quillin1, T.
A. Pritts1, G. B. Young1, M. J. Edwards1, B. R. Davis1 ; 1University
Of Cincinnati College Of Medicine - Department Of Surgery, Cincinnati, OH
23.8.Operative Report Teaching And Synoptic Operative Reports:
A National Survey Of Surgical Program Directors G. B. Melton1,
N. E. Burkart1, N. G. Frey1, J. G. Chipman1, D. A. Rothenberger1, S.
M. Vickers1 ; 1University Of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN
23.9.Outcomes Of A PGY-1 Clinical Coverage Scheme Intended
To Minimize Night Float Activity And Maximally Preserve Operative Experience B. N. Reames1, C. P. Scally1, N. R. Teman1, P.
G. Gauger2 ; 1University Of Michigan Department Of Surgery, Ann
Arbor, MI; 2University Of Michigan Department Of Surgery, Ann
Arbor, MI
23.10.American College Of Surgeons National Surgical Quality
Improvement Program – Quality In Training Initiative Pilot Study
M. M. Sellers1,3, C. E. Reinke1, S. Kreider1, C. Meise1, K. Nelis2, A.
Volpe4, N. Anzlovar5, C. Ko3, R. R. Kelz1 ; 1Hospital Of The University Of Pennsylvania, Philadelpha, PA; 2Northwestern Memorial
Hospital, Chicago, IL; 3American College Of Surgeons, Chicago,
IL; 4New York Hospital Queens, Flushing, NY; 5Cleveland Clinic,
Cleveland, OH
23.6.Understanding The Relationship Between Surgical Outcomes
And Residency Training - Models Of Surgical Education That
Optimize Patient Outcomes A. L. Mahan1, V. A. Ferraris1, S. P.
Saha1, J. T. Martin1 ; 1University Of Kentucky, Lexington, KY www.academicsurgicalcongress.org33
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22.4.A NSQIP Risk Assessment For Thyroid Surgery Based On
Patient Co-morbidity C. R. Abraham1, A. Ata1, C. B. Carsello1, T. L.
Chan1, S. C. Stain1, T. D. Beyer1 ; 1Albany Medical Center, Albany
, NY
22.7.Does Bigger Mean Better? An Outcome Comparison Of
Tertiary Medical Centers And Community Hospitals Following
Colorectal Cancer Surgery In An Equal Access System M. D.
DeBarros1, M. W. Causey1, Q. Hatch1, D. Stoddard1, E. B. Fitzpatrick1, E. K. Johnson1, J. Maykel2, S. R. Steele1 ; 1Madigan Army
Medical Center, Tacoma, WA; 2University Of Massachusetts Medical School, Worcester, MA
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22.2.Analysis Of Outcomes Of Diabetic And Nondiabetic General
And Vascular Surgery Patients S. J. Serio1, A. Merchant1 ; 1Department Of General Surgery , Saginaw, MI
22.6.Prenatal Solid Tumor Volume Index: Novel Prenatal Predictor
of Adverse Outcome in Sacrococcygeal Teratoma A. Coleman1,
B. Kline-Fath1, S. Keswani1, F. Lim1 ; 1Cincinnati Children’s Hospital
Medical Center, Cincinnati, Ohio
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SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM
7:30AM - 9:30AM
Wednesday, February 6, 2013
Integrated Oral Presentation Sessions I
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Gastrointestinal/Nutrition 1: GI - HPB Physiology
Beinville
Moderators: Gregory D. Kennedy, MD & Eric Kimchi, MD
24.1.Severe Acute Pancreatitis: The Importance Of The Admitting
Service And Timing Of Surgical Consultation S. L. Sangisetty1, P.
A. Escobar2, C. A. Andrew2, W. G. Cioffi1, D. T. Harrington1 ; 1Warren Alpert Medical School Of Brown University, Department Of
Surgery, Providence, RI; 2Warren Alpert Medical School Of Brown
University, Providence, RI
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24.2.A Novel Biological Role For Connective Tissue Growth Factor (CTGF): Modulation Of Inflammatory Cell Recruitment
During Alcohol-Induced Injury Of The Pancreas A. Charrier1,2,
D. Brigstock1,2,3,4 ; 1Nationwide Children’s Hospital, Columbus,
Ohio; 2Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center, Columbus,
Ohio
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24.3.Intestinal Alkaline Phosphatase Prevents Acute AlcoholInduced Liver Injury S. R. Hamarneh1, K. Kalliannan1, M. M.
Mohamed1, A. Teshager1, P. Patel1, N. S. Malo1, S. M. Abtahi1, N.
Muhammad1, O. Moaven1, A. Raychowdhury1, S. N. Alam1, K. P.
Economopoulos1, A. K. Bhan2, M. S. Malo1, R. A. Hodin1 ; 1 Department Of Surgery, Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical
School, Boston , MA; 2Department Of Pathology, Massachusetts
General Hospital, Harvard Medical School, Boston , MA
24.4.Wnt Signaling Prevents Oxidative Hepatic Injury Through
Enhanced Mitochondrial Function B. LIU1, R. ZHANG1, G. TAO1,
N. C. LEHWALD1, B. LIU1, Y. KOH1, K. G. SYLVESTER1 ; 1Department Of Surgery, Division Of Pediatric Surgery, Stanford University,
School Of Medicine, Stanford, CA; 2Department Of General, Visceral And Pediatric Surgery, School Of Medicine, Heinrich Heine
University, Duesseldorf, Dsseldorf
7:30AM - 9:30AM
24.5.Comparative Quality Of Life Effectiveness For Bariatric Surgery N. Leva1, J. Morton1 ; 1Stanford Hospital And Clinics Department Of Surgery, Stanford, CA
24.6.Minimizing Unnecessary Parenteral Nutrition After Appendectomy In Children R. L. Bell1, W. Stehr1 ; 1Children’s Hospital &
Research Center Oakland, Oakland, CA
24.7.Fgf10 Overexpression Optimizes the Formation of TissueEngineered Small Intestine Y. Torashima1,2, D. E. Levin1, E. R.
Barthel1, A. L. Speer1, F. G. Sala1, X. Hou1, T. C. Grikscheit1 ; 1Children’s Hospital Los Angeles, Los Angeles, California; 2Nagasaki
University Department Of Surgery, Nagasaki, Nagasaki
24.8.Peptic Ulcer Surgery In The Modern Era V. T. Schroeder1, T.
N. Pappas1, S. N. Vaslef1, J. E. Scarborough1 ; 1Department of Surgery, Durham, NC
24.9.The Role of Nrf2 in Expression of Hepatic-Stellate-Cell Secreted Factors That Protect Hepatocytes From Oxidative Stress
A. S. Karim1, S. Nelson1, L. Y. Lee1, J. Johnson2, D. P. Foley1 ; 1University Of Wisconsin - Madison Department Of Surgery , Madison,
WI; 2University Of Wisconsin - Madison School Of Pharmacy,
Madison, WI
24.10.Internal Hernia After Gastrectomy With Roux-Y Reconstruction For Cancer K. J. Kelly1, P. J. Allen1, M. F. Brennan1, D. G.
Coit1, V. E. Strong1 ; 1Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center,
New York, New York
Integrated Oral Presentation Sessions I
Global Health 1: Global Health
Directors
Moderators: Faisal G. Bakaeen, MD & Sanjay Krishnaswami, MD
25.1.Global Trauma Surgeons Working In Low And Middle Income
Countries - How Accessible Is ATLS? P. Ortiz1, T. Zakrison2
; 1Hospital Eugenio Espejo , Quito, Pichincha; 2University Of Miami
Miller School Of Medicine - Ryder Trauma Center, Miami, Florida
25.5.Site Of Initial Presentation Affects Cancer Outcome J. Patrick1, C. Smotherman1, K. Lukens-Bull1, D. F. Kraemer1, J. Hargrove1, D. Wood1, C. Volpe1 ; 1University Of Florida College Of
Medicine Jacksonville, Jacksonville, Florida
25.2.Can Focused Trauma Education Initiatives Reduce Mortality
OR Improve Resource Utilization in A Low-Resource Setting?
R. T. Petroze1,2, J. C. Byiringiro2, G. Ntakiyiruta2, R. Riviello3, S. M.
Briggs4, T. Razek5, D. Deckelbaum5, R. G. Sawyer1, P. Kyamanywa2,
J. F. Calland1 ; 1Department Of Surgery, Charlottesville, VA; 2Faculty Of Medicine, Butare, _; 3Department Of Surgery, Boston,
MA; 4Department Of Surgery, Boston, MA; 5Centre For Global Surgery, Montreal, Quebec
25.6.Inguinal Lymph Node And Rectal Mucosal Biopsies For HIV
Research Protocols In A Developing Nation: Patient Outcomes
And Lessons Learned M. K. Rothenberger1, C. Kityo Mutuluuza2,
F. Ssali2, J. Jasurda1, T. Schmidt1, T. W. Schacker1, G. J. Beilman1,
J. G. Chipman1 ; 1University Of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN; 2Joint
Clinical Research Centre, Kampala, Uganda
25.3.Viewing International Collaborations From The Other Side:
A Pilot Survey Of African Surgeons By the SUS Committee On
Global Academic Surgery M. Frost1, E. Yang1, B. Nwomeh2, S. L.
Orloff1, S. Krishnaswami1 ; 1Department Of Surgery, Oregon Health
& Science University, Portland, OR; 2Department Of Surgery, Nationwide Children’s Hospital, Columbus, OH
25.4.Differential Medical Student Career Choices Among Nations
In West Africa: The Importance Of Role Models And Economics
M. Yoon1, E. Yang1, B. Nwomeh2, P. Ekeh3, J. Laryea4, S. Krishnaswami1 ; 1Department Of Surgery, Oregon Health & Science University, Portland, OR; 2Department Of Surgery, Nationwide Children’s
Hospital, Columbus, OH; 3Wright State University Department Of
Surgery, Dayton, OH; 4Department Of Surgery, University Of Arkansas For Medical Sciences, Little Rock, AR
8th Annual Academic Surgical Congress
25.7.Ventral Hernia Repair In The Western World: Prospective
International Study Demonstrates Similar Surgical Outcomes
Found In Europe And USA B. A. Wormer1, A. L. Walters1, J. F.
Bradley1, K. B. Williams1, V. B. Tsirline2, V. A. Augenstein1, B. T.
Heniford1 ; 1Carolinas Medical Center, Charlotte, NC; 2Northwestern University Feinberg School Of Medicine, Chicago, IL
25.8.Hospital Characteristics, Not Patient Demographics, Influence Length Of Stay For Surgeries Covered By Yeshasvini
Microinsurance H. Sandesara1, V. Rangan2 ; 1Duke University
Medical Center, Durham, NC; 2Harvard Business School, Boston ,
MA
25.9.Admission Screening For Parasites And Resistant Bacteria In
Foreign Burn Patients: An 8 Year Retrospective Examination Of
Honduran And Haitian Burn Patients Admitted To The Shriners
Hospitals For Children-Boston P. H. Chang1,2, R. L. Sheridan1,2,
J. Weber1, S. P. Fagan2, J. Governman2 ; 1Shriners Hospitals For
Children, Boston, MA; 2Massachusetts General Hospital & Harvard
Medical School, Boston , MA
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SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM
7:30AM - 9:30AM
Wednesday, February 6, 2013
Integrated Oral Presentation Sessions I
Chamber 1
Moderators: Allan Tsung, MD & Rebekah R. White, MD
26.2.Serial In Vivo Passaging Of Human Pancreatic Tumors In
Nude Mice Results In Aggressive Variants Enriched In Stem
Cell Markers And PEAK1 Expression C. A. Metildi1, S. Kaushal1,
J. Strnadel1, T. Wright1, J. A. Kelber1, R. L. Klemke1, R. M. Hoffman2, M. Bouvet1 ; 1University Of California - San Diego, La Jolla,
CA; 2AntiCancer, Inc., San Diego, CA
26.4.Extracellular Superoxide Dismutase (EcSOD) Expression In
Pancreatic Adenocarcinoma B. R. O’Leary1, A. M. Bellizzi1, F.
E. Domann1, J. J. Mezhir1 ; 1University Of Iowa Carver College Of
Medicine, Iowa City, IA
26.5.Impact Of Tumor Grade On Prognosis In Pancreatic Cancer:
Validation Of A Novel “TNMG” Staging System M. M. Rochefort1,2, G. W. Donald1, B. E. Kadera1, T. R. Donahue1, H. A. Reber1,
O. J. Hines1, J. S. Tomlinson1,2 ; 1UCLA Department Of Surgery,
Los Angeles, CA; 2Veterans Affairs Greater Los Angeles Healthcare
System, Los Angeles, CA
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26.7.Resected Pancreatic Cancer With Favorable Prognosis: Is
Adjuvant Therapy Beneficial? C. M. Vollmer1, R. Lewis1, M. P.
Callery2, D. Fraker1, J. Gates1, J. A. Drebin1 ; 1University Of Pennsylvania - Department Of Surgery, Philadelphia, PA; 2Beth Israel
Deaconess Medical Center - Harvard Medical School , Boston, MA 26.8.Transferrin Receptor Targeting Nanomedicine Delivering
Wild Type P53 Gene Sensitizes Pancreatic Cancer To Gemcitabine Therapy. E. R. Camp1, C. Wang1, P. Watson1, E. Little1, K. F.
Pirollo2, A. Rait2, D. J. Cole1, E. H. Chang2, D. K. Watson1 ; 1Medical
University Of South Carolina, Charleston, SC; 2Georgetown Lombardi Cancer Center, Washington, DC
26.9.Phase I/II Trial Of Autophagy Inhibition In Combination With
Neoadjuvant Gemcitabine In High Risk Pancreatic Adenocarcinoma: Safety And Response To Treatment B. A. Boone1, A.
Zureikat1, N. Bahary2, D. L. Bartlett1, R. Amaravadi3, M. T. Lotze1,
H. J. Zeh1 ; 1University Of Pittsburgh - Department Of Surgery,
Pittsburgh, PA; 2University Of Pittsburgh - Department Of Medicine
- Division Of Hematology/Oncology, Pittsburgh, PA; 3University Of
Pennsylvania - Department Of Medicine - Division Of Hematology/
Oncology, Philadelphia, Pa
26.10.MicroRNA-21 In Pancreatic Ductal Adenocarcinoma TumorAssociated Fibroblasts Promotes Metastasis B. E. Kadera1, L.
Li1, P. Toste1, N. Wu1, D. W. Dawson1, T. R. Donahue1 ; 1University
Of California - Los Angeles School Of Medicine, Los Angeles, CA
February 5 - 7, 2013
THURsday
26.3.Dual Targeting ErbB And Hedgehog (HH) Signaling Pathways
In Pancreatic Ductal Adenocarcinoma (PDAC) Cells B. L. Broussard1, J. P. Arnoletti2, A. Mikhaylina1, M. J. Heslin1, A. Frolov1 ; 1University Of Alabama - Birmingham School Of Medicine, Birmingham,
AL; 2The Center For Specialized Surgery At Florida Hospital, Orlando, FL
26.6.140 Portal/Superior Mesenteric Vein Resections During Pancreaticoduodenectomy: Evolution Of Technique And Lessons
Learned A. M. Cameron1, R. N. Wesson1, H. H. Leng1, J. L. Cameron1, C. L. Wolfgang1, B. H. Edil1, M. A. Choti1, T. M. Pawlik1, M. A.
Makary1, F. Eckhauser1, K. Hirose1, N. Ahuja1, A. L. Singer1, N. N.
Dagher1, R. D. Schulick1 ; 1The Johns Hopkins University School Of
Medicine, Baltimore, Maryland
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26.1.STAT3 Inhibition Attenuates Chemoresistance And Enhances
Drug Delivery In Pancreatic Cancer J. A. Castellanos1, N. Nagathihalli1, Y. Beesetty1, M. Reyzer2, C. Shi3, R. M. Caprioli4,5, N. B.
Merchant1,4,5 ; 1Vanderbilt University Medical Center Department
Of Surgery, Nashville, TN; 2Vanderbilt University Department Of
Biochemistry, Nashville, TN; 3Vanderbilt University Department Of
Pathology, Nashville, TN; 4Vanderbilt-Ingram Cancer Center, Nashville, TN; 5Vanderbilt University Department Of Cancer Biology,
Nashville, TN
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SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM
7:30AM - 9:30AM
Wednesday, February 6, 2013
Integrated Oral Presentation Sessions I
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Oncology 2: Endocrine Tumors
Chamber 2
Moderators: Sanziana A. Roman, MD & Carmen C. Solorzano, MD
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27.1.Thiocoraline Reduces Cell Proliferation and Activates the
Notch Pathway in Medullary Thyroid Cancer Cells S. Tesfazghi1,
J. Eide1, A. Dammalapati1, C. Korlesky1, T. P. Wyche2, T. S. Bugni2,
H. Chen1, R. Jaskula-Sztul1 ; 1University Of Wisconsin School Of
Medicine And Public Health - Department Of Surgery, Madison,
WI; 2University Of Wisconsin School Of Pharmacy, Madison, WI
27.6.Optimal Timing For Repeat Thyroid Biopsy R. A. Abdelghani1,
A. Khan2, J. Buell1, A. Abbas3, E. Kandil1 ; 1Tulane University School
Of Medicine, Department Of Surgery, New Orleans, LA; 2Tulane
University School Of Medicine, Department Of Endocrinology, New
Orleans, LA; 3Tulane University School Of Public Health And Tropical Medicine, New Orleans, LA
27.2.TRAIL Induced Apoptosis Is Enhanced By Inhibition Of The
MAPK And PI3K/AKT Pathways In Thyroid Cancer Cells V.
Gunda1, O. Bucur2, J. Varnau1, J. Lawler2, R. Khosravi-Far2, S.
Parangi1 ; 1Massachusetts General Hospital & Harvard Medical
School, Boston , MA; 2Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center Harvard Medical School , Boston , MA
27.7.Functional Variants of the Lepr Gene in Patients With Hyperparathyroidism G. R. Sue1, D. Hoang1, A. Li1, N. Pizzoforato1, J. A.
Sosa1, S. A. Roman1, A. T. Dewan1, D. Narayan1 ; 1Yale University
School Of Medicine, New Haven, CT
27.3.Obesity In Patients With Primary Hyperparathyroidism Is Associated With Altered IOPTH Kinetics And Failure Of IOPTH To
Predict Persistent Disease R. M. Cisco1, J. H. Kuo2, A. Scholten1,
J. E. Gosnell1, O. H. Clark1, Q. Duh1, W. T. Shen1 ; 1UCSF Department Of Surgery, San Francisco, CA; 2UC Davis Department Of
Surgery, Sacramento, CA
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27.4.Simultaneous Suppression Of The MAP Kinase And PI3K/AKT
Pathways In Aggressive Thyroid Cancer X. Li1,4, Z. A. Elmageed3,
E. Kandill1,3 ; 1Department Of Surgery Tulane University School Of
Medicine, , New Orleans, LA; 2Department Of Pharmacology, Tulane University School Of Medicine, New Orleans, LA; 3Department
Of Tulane Cancer Center, Tulane University School Of Medicine,
New Orleans, LA; 4Department Of General Surgery, Xiangya Hospital, Central South University, Changsha, Hunan
27.5.A United States Population Based Outcomes Study Involving
23,992 Symptomatic And Asymptomatic Patients Undergoing
Parathyroidectomy: Can We Predict Endocrine Related Complications And Mortality? C. Quinn1, S. Patil1, R. S. Chamberlain1,2,3
; 1Department Of Surgery, Saint Barnabas Medical Center, Livingston, NJ; 2Department Of Surgery, University Of Medicine And
Dentistry Of New Jersey, Newark, NJ; 3Saint George’s University
School Of Medicine, University Centre, West Indies
8th Annual Academic Surgical Congress
27.8.Racial And Ethnic Variation In Presentation Stage And
Clinical Outcomes In Papillary Thyroid Carcinoma: A 20-year
Population-base Outcome Study Involving 45,151 Patients
From The SEER Database (1989-2009). S. Pawar1,4, V. Murthy1, R.
S. Chamberlain1,2,3 ; 1Saint Barnabas Medical Center, Livingston,
NJ; 2University Of Medicine And Dentistry Of New Jersey,, Newark,
NJ; 3Saint George’s University, ,, West Indies; 4University Of Medicine And Dentistry Of NJ - NJ Medical School, Piscataway, NJ
27.9.Plasma MiRNA Profile As Circulating Biomarkers Of Papillary Thyroid Carcinoma J. C. Lee1,2, J. Zhao1, R. J. Clifton-Bligh1,3,
B. G. Robinson1,3, S. B. Sidhu1,2 ; 1Kolling Institute Of Medical
Research, Royal North Shore Hospital, Sydney, NSW; 2University
Of Sydney Endocrine Surgical Unit, Royal North Shore Hospital,
Sydney, NSW; 3Department Of Endocrinology, Royal North Shore
Hospital, Sydney, NSW
27.10.Pancreastatin: The Next Predictive Neuroendocrine Tumor
Marker S. Rustagi1, R. R. Warner1, C. M. Divino1 ; 1The Mount Sinai
School Of Medicine, New York, NY
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SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM
7:30AM - 9:30AM
Wednesday, February 6, 2013
Integrated Oral Presentation Sessions I
Chamber 3
Moderators: Scott R. Steele, MD & Larissa KF Temple, MD
28.2.MicroRNA-147 Induces A Mesenchymal To Epithelial Transition (MET) And Reverses Intrinsic Resistance Of Colon Cancer
Cells To EGFR Inhibitor Therapy C. Lee1, T. Yeatman1 ; 1Moffitt
Cancer Center And Research Institute, Tampa, FL
28.4.Inhibition Of TAK1 Decreases Colon Cancer Cell Survival By
Thiol-dependent Oxidative Stress J. E. Hrabe1, F. E. Domann1,
D. R. Spitz1, J. J. Mezhir1 ; 1University Of Iowa Carver College Of
Medicine, Iowa City, IA 28.5.Critical Assessment Of Rectal Cancer Staging By Endoscopic
Rectal Ultrasound (ERUS) Following Neoadjuvant Chemoradiation A. Patterson1, K. Armeson1, P. Rodriguez1, B. Anderson1, B.
Hill1, J. Romagnuolo1, N. Esnaola1, D. Cole1, E. Camp1 ; 1Medical
University Of South Carolina, Charleston, SC
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28.7.Improving Sensitivity To Irinotecan Using 5-Azacytidine In
Colon Cancer Cell Lines R. J. Vatapalli1, A. A. Guzzetta1, T. Fu1, L.
H. Syed1, R. Kwak1, N. Ahuja1 ; 1Johns Hopkins University School
Of Medicine, Baltimore, Maryland
28.8.Physician Follow-up And Guideline Adherence In PostTreatment Surveillance Of Colorectal Cancer G. M. Vargas1, K.
M. Sheffield1, A. Parmar1,2, Y. Han1, K. M. Brown1, T. S. Riall1 ; 1University Of Texas Medical Branch, Galveston, Texas; 2University Of
California San Francisco - East Bay, Oakland, California
28.9.Gene Expression Signature Associated With Rectal Cancers
With Poor Response To Chemoradiation G. A. Gantt1, Y. Chen2,
D. Sohal3, K. DeJulius4, A. G. Mace1, J. S. Barnholtz-Sloan2, M. F.
Kalady1,4 ; 1Department Of Colorectal Surgery, Digestive Disease
Institute, Cleveland Clinic, Cleveland, OH; 2University HospitalCase Medical Center And Case Comprehensive Cancer Center,
Cleveland, OH; 3Solid Tumor Oncology, Cleveland Clinic, Cleveland, OH; 4Cancer Biology Department, Lerner Research Institute,
Cleveland Clinic, Cleveland, OH
28.10.Signet Ring Cells In Pseudomyxoma Peritonei – A Marker
For Poor Survival P. K. SHAH1, K. LOHANI1, S. SHETTY1, P.
THOMAS2, G. VENKATESH2, B. NATARAJAN1, P. SHARMA3,
B. LOGGIE1 ; 1Creighton University Medical Center, Omaha ,
NE; 2Creighton University Medical Center, Omaha , NE; 3Creighton
University Medical Center, Omaha , N/A
February 5 - 7, 2013
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28.3.Intercellular Adhesion Molecule 1 (ICAM-1) Mediates Murine Colon Adenocarcinoma Invasion K. G. Howard1, K. K. Lo2,3,
X. Meng3, L. Ao3, F. Gamboni3, B. H. Edil1, R. D. Schulick1, C. C.
Barnett2,3 ; 1University of Colorado School of Medicine, Aurora,
CO; 2Denver Health Medical Center, Denver, CO; 3University Of
Colorado Health Science Center, Aurora, CO 28.6.The Expression Of Ezrin Is Increased In Colorectal Cancer
Metastasis Compared To Primary Tumors A. Rajput1, P. Leiphrakpam2, G. Wan1, M. Mathiesen2, E. Agarwal2, M. G. Brattain2,
S. Chowdhury2 ; 1University Of New Mexico HSC, Albuquerque,
NM; 2Eppley Cancer Center, Omaha , NE
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28.1.PARP Inhibition Chemosensitizes Colorectal Cancer Stem
Cells A. G. Mace1, A. Jarrar2, F. Lotti3, G. Gantt2, J. N. Rich3,4, M.
F. Kalady2,3,5 ; 1Cleveland Clinic, Digestive Disease Institute, Department Of General Surgery, Cleveland, OH; 2Cleveland Clinic,
Digestive Disease Institute, Department Of Colon And Rectal Surgery, Cleveland, OH; 3Cleveland Clinic Lerner Research Institute,
Department Of Stem Cell And Regenerative Medicine, Cleveland,
OH; 4University Hospital-Case Medical Center And Case Comprehensive Cancer Center, Dept. Of Molecular Medicine, Cleveland,
OH; 5Cleveland Clinic Lerner Research Institute, Cancer Biology
Department, Cleveland, OH
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SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM
7:30AM - 9:30AM
Wednesday, February 6, 2013
Integrated Oral Presentation Sessions I
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Oncology 4: Breast
Chamber 4
Moderators: Celia Chao, MD & Lee G. Wilke, MD
29.1.Patient Surveillance After Breast Cancer Treatment: Variation
Among Metropolitan Statistical Areas. R. J. Avino1, J. A. Margenthaler2, E. S. Allam1, L. Chen2, K. S. Virgo3, F. E. Johnson1 ; 1Saint
Louis University Medical Center, St. Louis, MO; 2Washington University Medical Center, St. Louis, MO; 3American Cancer Society,
Atlanta, GA
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29.2.The Identification And Characterization Of Microtubule Associated Serine-Threonine Kinase Gene Fusions In Breast
Cancer S. C. DeRoo1,3, A. Poliakov2,4, V. Kothari2,4, D. Robinson2,4,
S. Shankar2,4, M. Iyer1,2, X. Cao2,4, X. Jing2,4, C. Kumar-Sinha2,4, A.
Chinnaiyan2,3,4 ; 1University Of Michigan Medical School, Ann Arbor,
MI; 2Michigan Center For Translational Pathology, Ann Arbor,
MI; 3Howard Hughes Medical Institute, Chevy Chase, MD; 4Department Of Pathology, University Of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI; 5Department Of Surgery, University Of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI
THURsday
29.3.Impact Of Fertility Concerns On Tamoxifen Adherence
In Young Women With Breast Cancer N. C. Llarena1, O. A.
Nsup>1,2, J. S. Jeruss2 ; 1Northwestern University Feinberg
School Of Medicine, Chicago, IL; 2Robert H. Lurie Comprehensive
Cancer Center Of Northwestern University, Department Of Surgery,
Chicago, IL 29.4.Inhibition Of CDK Mediated Smad3 Phosphorylation Results In Decreased Oncogenic Phenotypes In Triple Negative
Breast Cancer Cells E. Tarasewicz1,2, L. D. Rivas1,2, J. S. Jeruss1,2
; 1Northwestern University Feinberg School Of Medicine, Chicago,
IL; 2Robert H. Lurie Comprehensive Cancer Center, Chicago, IL
29.5.Muscle-Sparing TRAM Flap Design Does Not Protect Breast
Reconstructions From Post-Mastectomy Radiation Damage In
Comparison To DIEP Flap Design P. B. Garvey1, M. W. Clemens1,
A. Hoy1, S. J. Kronowitz1, C. E. Butler1 ; 1The University Of Texas
MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, Texas
8th Annual Academic Surgical Congress
29.6.ATP-binding Cassette Transporter ABCC11 Is Highly Expressed In Aggressive Breast Cancer Subtypes And Related
With Worse Disease-free Survival A. Yamada1,2,3,5, T. Ishikawa3, I.
Ota3, M. Kimura5, D. Shimizu3, M. Tanabe4, T. Aoyagi1,2, M. Nagahashi1,2, T. Chishima5, T. Sasaki4, Y. Ichikawa5, K. Takabe1,2, I. Endo5
; 1Division Of Surgical Oncology, Virginia Commowealth University
School Of Medicine, Richmond, VA; 2Department Of Biochemistry And Molecular Biology, And Massay Cancer Center, Virginia
Commonwealth University, Richmnd, VA; 3Department Of Breast
And Thyroid Surgery, Yokohama City Medical Center, Yokohama,
Kanagawa; 4Department Of Pathology, Yokohama City Medical
Center, Yokohama, Kanagawa; 5Department Of Clinical Oncology
And Breast Surgery, Yokohama City University School Of Medicine,
Yokohama, Kanagawa
29.7.High TFAP2C/Low CD44 Expressing Breast Cancers Are Associated With An Increased Rate Of Pathologic Complete Response With Neoadjuvant Chemotherapy P. M. Spanheimer1, R.
W. Askeland1, R. J. Weigel1 ; 1University Of Iowa Carver College Of
Medicine, Iowa City, IA
29.8.A MAPK Dependent Pathway Induces Epithelial Mesenchymal Transition (EMT) Via Twist Activation In Human Breast
Cancer Cell Lines N. Y. Li1, C. E. Weber1, P. Y. Wai1, B. Cuevas1,
P. C. Kuo1, Z. Mi1 ; 1Loyola University Chicago Stritch School Of
Medicine, Maywood, IL
29.9.A Prospective Randomized Double-Blinded Trial Of Topical
NSAID Therapy For The Reduction Of Pain In Women Receiving
Breast Radiation For Breast Cancer N. G. Callaway1, W. Stone1,
P. Bistolarides1 ; 1CMU Healthcare, Saginaw, Michigan
29.10.Adherence To Processes Of Care And Perioperative Mortality Among Cancer Patients S. L. Revels1, J. D. Birkmeyer1, H. Yin1,
M. Banerjee1, S. L. Wong1 ; 1University Of Michigan Department Of
Surgery, Ann Arbor, MI
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SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM
7:30AM - 9:30AM
Wednesday, February 6, 2013
Integrated Oral Presentation Sessions I
Salon II
Moderators: Sundeep G. Keswani, MD & Kasper S. Wang, MD
30.6.Immunologic Regulation Of Pancreatic Ductal Invasion Of
Islets J. Wiersch1,2, M. Marr鼳up>1, Y. Gohary1, X. Xiao1, P. Guo1,
K. Prasadan1, C. Shiota1, J. Piganelli1, G. Gittes1 ; 1Children’s Hospital Of Pittsburgh Of UPMC, Pittsburgh, PA; 2University Of Texas
Health Science Center At San Antonio, San Antonio, TX
30.2.Donor-Specific NK Cell Anergy In Prenatal Allogeneic Chimeras Is Transiently Reversed During Viral Illness, But Does
Not Result In Loss Of Engraftment K. O. Ryken1, L. E. Turner1,
R. Wadhwani1, A. M. Alhajjat1, A. F. Shaaban1 ; 1University Of Iowa
Carver College Of Medicine, Iowa City, IA
30.7.Applications And Limitation Of Of Cre Technologies In Doubling The Number Of Homozygous Mutant Mouse Embryos In
A Litter P. F. Nichol1, A. L. Reeder1, E. Tefera1, K. M. Zaremba1
; 1University Of Wisconsin - Madison Department Of Surgery ,
Madison, WI
30.3.Obstructive Lung Disease Induced By Mesenchymal Specific
Inhibition Of Vascular Endothelial Growth Factor (VEGF) D. E.
Levin1, H. Xiaogang1, S. Navarro1, O. Garcia1, J. Lee1, B. Driscoll1, T.
C. Grikscheit1 ; 1Children’s Hospital Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA 30.8.Lentiviral Mediated IL-10 Overexpression Enhances Wound
Healing Via A STAT3 Dependent Increase In Endothelial ProgenitorCells A. Leung1, S. Balaji1, L. D. Le1, T. M. Crombleholme2,
S. G. Keswani1 ; 1Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center,
Cincinnati, OH; 2The Children’s Hospital Colorado, Aurora, CO
30.5.The Role Of Prolyl Hydroxylase Domain-2 And Hif-1alpha In
Wound Healing A. S. Zimmermann1, S. D. Morrison1,4, M. Sorkin1,
G. C. Gurtner1,2, M. T. Longaker1,2,3 ; 1Hagey Laboratory Of Pediatric
Regenerative Medicine, Stanford, CA; 2Stanford University School
Of Medicine Department Of Surgery, Palo Alto, CA; 3Institute Of
Stem Cell Biology And Regenerative Medicine Stanford Univeristy
School Of Medicine, Stanford, CA; 4Stanford University School Of
Medicine, Palo Alto, CA
7:30AM - 9:30AM
30.9.Transduction Efficiency Of Pseudotyped Adeno-Associated
Viral Vectors For Gene Transfer In Dermal Fibroblasts To Modulate Wound Healing S. Balaji1, Y. Dhamija1, A. Leung1, L. Le1, E.
Marsh1, T. M. Crombleholme1,2, S. G. Keswani1; 1Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, Cincinnati, Oh; 2Children’s Hospital
Colorado, Aurora, CO
30.10.Missexpression Of Human JAGGED1 Causes Disorganization Of The Biliary Tree In Zebrafish Consistent With A Biliary
Atresia Phenotype M. G. Groff1, E. Zuniga2, G. Crump2, K. S.
Wang1 ; 1Children’s Hospital Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA; 2University Of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA
Integrated Oral Presentation Sessions I
Transplant/Immunology 1: Transplant/Immunology
Producers
Moderators: Peter Abt, MD & Ian Alwayn, MD
31.1.Significantly Poorer Survival Of Liver Transplant Recipients
With Hepatocellular Carcinoma (HCC) And High True MELD M.
Gupta1, P. Porrett2, D. Goldberg3, P. L. Abt2, M. H. Levine2 ; 1University Of Pennsylvania - Department Of Surgery, Philadelphia,
PA; 2University Of Pennsylvania - Department Of Surgery-Division
Of Transplantation, Philadelphia, PA; 3University Of Pennsylvania
- Department Of Medicine-Division Of Gastroenterology, Philadelphia, PA
31.2.Interferon Regulatory Factor-1 (IRF-1) Upregulates The ProApoptotic Protein XIAP-Associated Factor-1 (XAF-1) In Liver
Transplant I/R Injury R. A. How1,2, J. R. Klune1,2, S. Kimura1, S.
Yokota2, A. V. Spadaro1,2, C. Bartels1,2, Q. Du2, A. Tsung1,2, N. Murase1,2, D. A. Geller1,2 ; 1University Of Pittsburgh Medical Center,
Pittsburgh, PA; 2University Of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA
31.3.Immune Characterization And Differentiation Of Murine
Embryonic Stem Cells To Definitive Endoderm For Treatment
Of Liver Disease A. L. Hill1, O. M. Martinez2, S. M. Krams2, C.
Esquivel2 ; 1University Of California - Los Angeles School Of Medicine, Los Angeles, CA; 2Stanford Hospital And Clinics Department
Of Surgery, Stanford, CA
31.4.Optimizing Steatotic Livers For Transplantation By Upregulation Of Heme Oxygenase-1 Fused With A Cell-Penetrating Peptide (CPP). A. Hanouf1, S. Cimen1, S. Livingstone1, E. Brouwers1,
H. Sapp1, D. Woodhall1, I. Alwayn1 ; 1Dalhousie University , Halifax,
Nova Scotia
31.5.Protective Role Of Simultaneous Complement And Toll-like
Receptor Blockade In The Context Of Renal Ischemia-reperfusion Injury. J. S. Danobeitia1, X. Ma1, A. VanWart1, M. Ziemelis1, L.
A. Fernandez1 ; 1University Of Wisconsin - Madison, Madison, WI
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31.6.Human And Porcine Islet Transplants In A New Double Capsule S. A. Safley1, K. B. Gordon1, G. F. Barber1, R. W. Holdcraft2, N.
Turgeon1, C. P. Larsen1, L. Gazda2, C. J. Weber1 ; 1Emory University School Of Medicine, Atlanta, GA; 2The Rogosin Institute, Xenia
Division, Xenia, Ohio 31.7.Clonal Deletion Of Donor-Reactive T Cell Subsets In Prenatal
Allogeneic Chimeras Is Preserved During Potent Viral Infection K. O. Ryken1, L. E. Turner1, R. Wadhwani1, A. M. Alhajjat1, A. F.
Shaaban1 ; 1University Of Iowa Carver College Of Medicine, Iowa
City, IA
31.8.Poor Outcome In Bacterial Peritonitis Is Associated With
Dysregulated MicroRNAs Resulting In An Increased Inflammatory Response R. E. Barnett2, R. C. Keskey2, A. T. Billeter1, W. G.
Cheadle1,2 ; 1Hiram C. Polk Jr. Department Of Surgery, University
Of Louisville, Louisville, KY; 2Robley Rex Veterans Affairs Medical
Center, Louisville, KY
31.9.Efficacy Of Stem Cell Therapy In A Hind Limb IschemiaReperfusion Injury In A Murine Model: The Critical Role Of
Indoleamine 2,3 Dioxygenase (IDO) M. Masoumy1, J. C. Yu2, J. Y.
Liu3, M. S. Mozaffari3, B. Baban3 ; 1Georgia Health Sciences University, Augusta, GA; 2Georgia Health Sciences University, Augusta,
GA; 3Georgia Health Sciences University, Augusta, GA
31.10.Rapamycin Augments Dendritic Cell Mediated Tumor
Immunity J. T. Vazzana1,2, K. E. Wooten1,2, J. F. Gibbs2, P. Shrikant1; 1Roswell Park Cancer Institute, Buffalo, NY; 2SUNY At Buffalo Department Of Surgery, Buffalo, NY
February 5 - 7, 2013
THURsday
30.4.Fgfr-Akt-Beta-Catenin and Tgfbeta-Smad3 Signaling Pathways Are Associated With Expansion and Epithelial-Mesenchyme Trans-Differentiation of Cd133pos Cd49fpos Cells in
Murine Model of Biliary Atresia. N. Mavila1, D. James1, P. Shivakumar2, S. Utley1, A. Wu1, K. Mak1, C. Vendyres1, J. Bezerra2, K.
Wang1 ; 1Children’s Hospital Los Angeles , Los Angeles, CA; 2Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, Cincinnati, OH
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30.1.Interleukin-10 And Hyaluronan Are Essential To The Fetal
Fibroblast Functional Phenotype A. Leung1, S. Balaji1, L. D. Le1,
E. Marsh1, Y. Dhamija1, I. Sharma-Crawford1, M. Habli1, T. M. Crombleholme2, S. G. Keswani1 ; 1Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical
Center, Cincinnati, OH; 2Children’s Hospital Colorado, Aurora, CO
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SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM
7:30AM - 9:30AM
Wednesday, February 6, 2013
Integrated Oral Presentation Sessions I
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Trauma/Critical Care 1: Signaling And Growth Factors
Conti
Moderators: Kent C. Choi, MD & Terence O’Keeffe, MD
32.1.Effect Of Burn Injury On Mesenchymal Stem Cell Niches: The
Mechanism And Possible Treatment For Heterotopic Ossification B. Levi1, J. Lisiecki1, J. Rinkinen1, J. Peterson1, S. Deshpande1,
J. Bayliss1, M. Hemmilla1, C. Xi1, G. Su1, S. R. Buchman1, P. S. Cederna1, S. C. Wang1 ; 1University Of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan
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32.2.Effect Of An NF-kB Inhibitor On The Cell Population In The
Fibroblast-Populated Collagen Matrix D. A. Doyle 1, J. Chao 1, D.
Heimann1,2, T. Peup>3, C. Hansen 1,2, M. A. Carlson1,2 ; 1University
Of Nebraska Medical Center, Omaha , NE; 2Veterans Affairs Medical Center, Omaha , NE; 3University Of Nebraska Lincoln, Lincoln,
NE
32.3.Alcohol Exposure Impairs Human Liver Stem Cell Self-Renewal And Differentiation X. Shi1, C. C. Chang2, M. D. Basson1,
B. L. Upham2, P. Zhang1 ; 1Department Of Surgery, Michigan State
University College Of Human Medicine, Lansing, MI; 2Department
Of Pediatrics, Michigan State University College Of Human Medicine, East Lansing, MI
THURsday
32.4.UBM-ECM Improved Skeletal Satellite Cell Proliferation And
Differentiation 28 Days After Cryoinjury M. C. Stanley1,2, J. Song2,
C. Wetzel2, P. Hornsby3,4,5, S. Wolf2,6 ; 1University Of Texas Health
Science Center At San Antonio, San Antonio, Texas; 2University
Of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas, Texas; 3University Of Texas Health Science Center At San Antonio, San Antonio,
Texas; 4South Texas Veterans Healthcare System, San Antonio,
Texas; 5University Of Texas Health Science Center At San Antonio,
San Antonio, Texas; 6University Of Texas Southwestern Medical
Center, Dallas, Texas
7:30AM - 9:30AM
32.5.The Role Of Interleukin-33/ST2 Pathway In Hepatic Ischemia/
Reperfusion Injury K. C. McDonald1, H. Huang1, H. Chen1, A.
Tsung1 ; 1University Of Pittsburgh Medical Center - Department Of
Surgery, Pittsburgh, PA
32.6.Granulocyte Colony Stimulating Factor In Protection Against
Liver Ischemia/reperfusion Injury S. Kim1, Q. Sun 1, C. Cai1, J. P.
Pribis1, S. Kim1, I. Nassour1, P. Loughran1, M. Scott1, B. R. Timothy1;
1
Deparment Of Surgery, University Of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA 32.7.Lymphocytes From Septic Geriatric Patients Display Functional Exhaustion M. Kettenmann1, C. Chun-Shiang1, W. G. Cioffi1,
A. Ayala1, D. S. Heffernan1 ; 1Division Of Surgical Research, Department Of Surgery, Brown University, Providence, RI
32.8.Blocking The P2X7 Receptor In A Rat Nerve-Injury Model Improves Long Term Functional Outcomes C. L. Rodriguez-Feo1, K.
Sexton2, R. B. Boyer1, A. O. Pollins2, N. L. Cardwell2, L. B. Nanney2,
B. Shack2, W. P. Thayer2 ; 1Vanderbilt University School Of Medicine, Nashville , TN; 2Vanderbilt University Department Of Plastic
Surgery, Nashville, TN
32.9.Teenage Gender Impacts Mortality After Traumatic Brain Injury S. S. Short1, D. Liou1, M. B. Singer1, D. Margulies1, M. Bukur1,
A. Salim1, E. J. Ley1 ; 1Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, Los Angeles,
California
32.10.Banked Platelets Showed Decrease Mitochondrial Respiratory Capacities And Progressively Decrease Response To
Activation. J. P. Perales1, Y. Guan1, M. Selak2, L. B. Becker2, C.
Sims1; 1Hospital Of The University Of Pennsylvania - Trauma Division, Philadelphia, PA; 2Hospital Of The University Of Pennsylvania
- Emergency Department, Philadelphia, PA
Integrated Oral Presentation Sessions I
Trauma/Critical Care 2: Translational Research Focused On First Few Moments After Injury
Pontalba
Moderators: Patrick Reilly, MD & John E. Scarborough, MD
33.1.Does Scene Physiology Predict Helicopter Transport Trauma
Admission A. J. Medvecz1, J. B. Hill3, J. Brywczynski1,2, O.
Gunter1,2, M. Davidson2, O. Guillamondegui1,2 ; 1Vanderbilt University School Of Medicine, Nashville, Tennessee; 2Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Nashville, Tennessee; 3NYU Langone Medical
Center, New York, New York
33.3.Utilization Of The Random Forest Algorithm To Predict
Trauma Patient Disposition Based On Pre-hospital Variables M.
L. Scerbo 1, H. Radhakrishnan1, B. Cotton1, A. Dua1, D. DelJunco1,
C. Wade1, J. B. Holcomb1 ; 1Center For Translational Injury Research (CeTIR), Department Of Surgery, University Of Texas Health
Science Center At Houston, Houston, Texas
33.4.Bedside Sonographic Assessment Of Intravascular Volume
Status In The Surgical Intensive Care Unit: Is Subclavian Vein
Collapsibility Equivalent To Inferior Vena Cava Collapsibility? A.
J. Kent1, D. P. Bahner1, D. S. Eiferman1, C. T. Boulger1, A. Springer1,
E. J. Adkins1, D. C. Evans1, S. Yeager1, G. J. Roelant1, S. P. Stawicki1 ; 1The Ohio State University College Of Medicine, Columbus,
OH
33.5.Cadaver Study To Trace Intramuscular Tendons Of The
Leg With Application To Muscle Laceration Repair D. H. Ballard1, K. T. Hedgepeth1, A. M. Hollister1, K. J. Campbell1, A. M.
Youssef1; 1Louisiana State University Health Sciences CenterShreveport, Shreveport, LA 8th Annual Academic Surgical Congress
33.6.Coagulopathy After Head Injury: Uncommon By Conventional
Coagulation Testing And Associated With Platelet-Fibrinogen
Dysfunction S. L. Sixta1, M. Schreiber4, M. Cohen3, C. E. Wade1,2,
J. B. Holcomb1,2, B. A. Cotton1,2 ; 1University Of Texas Health Science Center At Houston, Houston, TX; 2Center For Translational
Injury Research, Houston, TX; 3University Of California - San Francisco , San Francisco, CA; 4Oregon Health And Science University,
Portland, Oregon
33.7.FLOW DISRUPTIONS IN TRAUMA CARE HANDOFFS K. R.
Catchpole1, R. Blocker1, E. Ley1, A. Gangi1, J. Blaha1, B. Gewertz1,
D. Wiegmann2 ; 1Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, Los Angeles, California; 2University Of Wisconsin - Madison, Madison, WI 33.8.Development Of A Genomic Metric That Can Be Rapidly Used
To Predict Clinical Outcome In Severely Injured Trauma Patients L. F. Gentile1, A. G. Cuenca1, M. C. Lopez1, H. Liu1, W. Xiao2,
M. N. Mindrinos2, D. Ang1, P. A. Efron1, J. Cuschieri3, H. S. Warren4,
R. G. Tompkins4, R. V. Maier3, H. V. Baker1, L. L. Moldawer1 ; 1University Of Florida College Of Medicine , Gainesville, FL; 2University
Of Stanford School Of Medicine Genome Technology Center, Palo
Alto, CA; 3University Of Washington/Harborview Medical Center ,
Seattle, WA; 4Massachusetts General Hospital & Harvard Medical
School , Boston, MA
33.9.A Pilot Study Of Hyper-coagulability Among Trauma Patients
Who Smoke And The Impact Of Nicotine Replacement Therapy
D. A. Schwartz1, E. Camp2, C. E. Wade1,2, B. A. Cotton1,2; 1University Of Texas Health Science Center At Houston, Houston,
TX; 2Center For Translational Injury Research, Houston, TX
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SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM
7:30AM - 9:30AM
Wednesday, February 6, 2013
Integrated Oral Presentation Sessions I
Napoleon
Moderators: Hassan B. Alam, MD & Zara R. Cooper, MD
34.1.Penetrating Injuries In Urban Female Patients: Worrisome
Trends Outside Our Social Radar? C. L. Jacovides1, B. Bruns1,
D. Holena1, C. A. Sims1, P. M. Reilly1, J. L. Pascual1 ; 1University Of
Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA
34.3.Homeless Trauma Patients - A Unique Challenge A. M.
Blakely1, R. Merritt1, A. H. Stephen1, S. C. Gregg1, M. D. Connolly1,
C. A. Adams1, W. G. Cioffi1, D. S. Heffernan1 ; 1Division Of Trauma
And Surgical Critical Care, Providence, RI
34.4.Poverty Kills: Socioeconomic Disparity In Inpatient Mortality Following Traumatic Injury In Adults M. T. Ali1, X. Hui1, Z. G.
Hashmi1, N. Dhiman1, V. K. Scott1, D. T. Efron1, E. B. Schneider1, A.
H. Haider1 ; 1Center For Surgical Trials And Outcomes Research,
Johns Hopkins University School Of Medicine, Baltimore, MD
34.6.Is Rigid Sigmoidoscopy Still Required For Evaluation After
Pelvic Gunshot Wounds? R. N. Smith1, A. Strumwasser1, G. P.
Victorino1 ; 1University Of California San Francisco - East Bay, Oakland, CA
7:30AM - 9:30AM
34.9.The Injured Elderly: A Rising Tide D. J. Ciesla1, E. E. Pracht3,
J. Y. Cha1, J. J. Tepas2 ; 1University Of South Florida College Of
Medicine, Tampa, FL; 2University Of Florida College Of Medicine
Department Of Surgery, Jacksonville, FL; 3University Of South
Florida College Of Public Health, Tampa, FL 34.10.Acute Care Surgery: What Do Patients Look Like? S. Zafar2,
Z. G. Hashmi1, V. K. Scott1, X. Hui1, D. T. Efron1, E. R. Haut1, A. Chi1,
A. Rushing1, C. G. Velopulos1, K. A. Stevens1, E. E. Cornwell2, A.
H. Haider1 ; 1Center For Surgery Trials And Outcomes Research
(CSTOR), Johns Hopkins University School Of Medicine, Baltimore,
MD; 2Howard University Hospital, Washington, DC
Integrated Oral Presentation Sessions I
Vascular 1: Aneurysm / Atherosclerosis / Inflammation
Orpheum
Moderators: Iraklis I. Pipinos, MD & Omaida C. Velazquez, MD
35.1.Routine Compared To Selective Use Of Completion Imaging After Infrainguinal Lower Extremity Bypass Is Not Associated With Higher Bypass Graft Patency T. Tan1,4, J. Kalish1,4, N.
Hamburg1,4, A. Schanzer2,4, R. Eberhardt1,4, D. Rybin1, G. Doros1,
J. Cronenwett3,4, A. Farber1,4 ; 1Boston University Medical Center/
Boston University School Of Medicine And Public Health, Boston, MA; 2U Mass Memorial Medical Center, Boston, Worcester,
MA; 3Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center, Lebanon, NH; 4Vascular Study Group Of New England, Lebanon, NH
35.5.Tibial Artery Calcification Score Predicts Amputation Free
Survival A. P. Marshall1, I. V. Voskresensky1, M. J. Osgood1, R. J.
Guzman1 ; 1Division Of Vascular Surgery, Nashville, TN
35.6.Epigenetic Modifications Of IL-12 Gene Expression In Bone
Marrow Hematopoietic Stem Cells Promote An M1, Proinflammatory Phenotype In Diabetic Peripheral Macrophages
K. A. Gallagher1, A. Joshi2, P. K. Henke1, E. Feldman2, S. L. Kunkel2 ; 1University Of Michigan Department Of Surgery, Ann Arbor,
MI; 2University Of Michigan Medical School, Ann Arbor, Michigan
35.2.Peripheral Vascular Disease Patients Have Lower Percent
Positive Circulating Progenitor Cells Compared To Abdominal Aortic Aneurysms Patients And Age-Matched Controls E.
N. VanSpyk2, K. Chun2, S. A. Jami1, K. Samadzadeh2, E. S. Lee1,2
; 1University Of California - Davis, Sacramento, CA; 2Sacramento
Veterans Affairs Medical Center, Mather, CA 35.7.Quantification Of Cytokines In The Gastrocnemius And
Serum Of Claudicating Patients With Peripheral Arterial Disease
J. R. Thompson1, G. P. Casale1, S. A. Swanson1, P. Koutakis1, K.
Kim1, E. Papoutsi1, Z. Zhu1, D. Miserlis1, D. Ha1, J. M. Johanning1, I.
I. Pipinos1 ; 1University Of Nebraska Medical Center, Omaha , NE
35.3.A Novel Nanotechnology Based Stem Cell Therapy For Diabetic Wound Healing D. M. Castilla1, Z. Liu1,2, R. Tian1, Y. Li1, O. C.
Velazquez1,2 ; 1Department Of Surgery, University Of Miami Miller
School Of Medicine, Miami, Florida, Miami, Florida; 2Sylvester
Comprehensive Cancer Center, University Of Miami, Miami, Florida,
Miami, Florida 35.8.Differences In Aortic Arch Tortuosity, Neck Size, And Taper
In Patients With Traumatic And Aortic Disease H. B. Alberta1, J.
L. Secor1, T. C. Smits1, M. A. Farber3, W. D. Jordan2, J. S. Matsumura1 ; 1University Of Wisconsin School Of Medicine And Public
Health - Department Of Surgery, Madison, WI; 2University Of Alabama - Birmingham School Of Medicine, Birmingham, AL; 3University Of North Carolina School Of Medicine, Chapel Hill, NC 35.4.Ginsenoside Rb1 Blocks Ritonavir-Induced Endothelial
Dysfunction Through Estrogen Receptor-Beta Signaling And
SOD1 Upregulation In Human Endothelial Cells J. L1, J. Jiang1,
M. Jamaluddin1, Z. Liang1, Q. Yao1, C. Chen1 ; 1Baylor College Of
Medicine, Houston, Texas
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35.9.Vascular Smooth Muscle Cells From Abdominal Aortic Aneurysms Have Uniquely High Elastolytic Potential Associated With
Activation Of MMP-2 N. D. Airhart1, B. Arif1, J. Curci1 ; 1Washington University School Of Medicine, St Louis, MO February 5 - 7, 2013
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34.5.Is Trauma Transfer In California Influenced By Insurance
Status? The Effect Of Payer Status On The Transfer Patterns
Of Lower-Level Trauma Centers And Non-Trauma Center
Hospitals In California. A. W. Chae1, D. Chang2, S. O. Rogers3; 1University Of California Davis Medical Center, Sacramento,
CA; 2University Of California San Diego, San Diego, CA; 3Temple
University Hospital, Philadelpha, PA
34.8.Risk Factors For Colostomy In Military Colon And Rectal
Injuries: A Review Of 867 Patients In The Joint Surgical Transcolonic Injury Or Ostomy Multi-Theater Assessment (J-STOMA)
Database J. D. Watson1, J. K. Aden2, J. E. Engel2, T. E. Rasmussen2, S. C. Glasgow1 ; 1Brooke Army Medical Center, Fort Sam
Houston, Texas; 2United States Army Institute Of Surgical Research, Fort Sam Houston, Texas
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Penetrating Trauma A. Garcia1, T. H. Liu1, E. J. Miraflor1, L. Y.
Yeung1, G. P. Victorino1 ; 1UCSF-East Bay Department Of Surgery,
Oakland, CA
34.7.Burden Of Comorbidities In Geriatric Trauma: Should
The Elderly Continue To Be Excluded From Risk-Adjusted
Trauma Mortality Analyses? A. Pal1, Z. G. Hashmi2, S. Zafar3,
X. Hui 2, V. K. Scott2, D. T. Efron2, E. R. Haut2, E. B. Schneider2,
A. H. Haider2; 1Johns Hopkins-Aga Khan University, Karachi,
Sindh; 2Center For Surgical Trials And Outcomes Research, Johns
Hopkins University School Of Medicine, Baltimore MD, Baltimore,
MD; 3Department Of Surgery, Howard University Hospital, Washington, DC, Washington, DC
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9:30AM - 10:00AM
Morning Break in Exhibit Area
10:00AM - 10:30AM
Founders Lecture
“Fogarty Institute for Innovation”
Thomas Fogarty, MD
Wednesday, February 6, 2013
Crescent City Ballroom
Roosevelt
Founder, Fogarty Institute for Innovation
Introduction by Melina R. Kibbe, MD, RVT, AAS President
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AAS Presidential Address
“A Beacon of Hope”
Melina R. Kibbe, MD, RVT
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Associate Professor of Surgery, Edward G. Elcock Professor of Surgical Research, Vice Chair of Research,
Department of Surgery, Deputy Director, Institute for BioNanotechnology in Medicine, Northwestern University; Co-Chief, Peripheral Vascular Service, Director, Vascular Laboratory, Jesse Brown VA Medical Center
Introduction by Lillian S. Kao, MD, MS, AAS President-Elect
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11:30AM - 1:00PM
Association of Women Surgeons Luncheon
“Achieving Goals Through Strategic Partnerships”
Moderator: Carla Pugh, MD
Faculty: Caprice C. Greenberg, MD. Melina R. Kibbe, MD, RVT,
William H. Pearce, MD, MPH & Michael J. Zinner, MD
At the end of this session, participants will be able to:
1.List three key expectations of the mentor-mentee relationship.
2.Outline a mentorship strategy for helping to achieve their top 3 professional goals.
3.Perform a S.W.O.T. analysis on their top professional goal.
1:00PM - 2:30PM
AAS Presidential Plenary Session “Publish or Perish – An Editor’s Point of View”
Moderator: Melina R. Kibbe, MD, RVT
• Strategies to Publish in High Impact Journals Edward Livingston, MD, JAMA
• Top 5 Things that Get a Manuscript Rejected Michael Sarr, MD, Surgery
• The Do’s and Don’ts of Publishing • How to Get on an Editorial Board • The Future of Publishing • Answers to the Top 10 Questions Posed from the AAS Membership
• Open Discussion
At the end of this session, participants will be able to:
1.Understand strategies to publish in high impact journals.
2.Identify 5 things that result in rejection of manuscripts.
3.Understand the ethics of publishing.
4.Understand the process for appointing faculty to editorial boards.
5.Discuss the future of publishing.
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Dave McFadden, MD, Journal of Surgical Research
Julie Freischlag, MD, Archives of Surgery
Keith Lillemoe, MD, Annals of Surgery
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Wednesday, February 6, 2013
2:30PM - 4:00PM
Breakout Session for Trainees
Outcomes Breakout Session
Moderators: Justin B. Dimick, MD, MPH & Sandra Wong, MD
Research in Progress Presentations: Arden Morris, MD, Gretchen Schwarze, MD & Dorry Segev, MD
Breakout Groups:
• Career Development Tips/Pitfalls (Methodologic Training, Finding a Mentor/Faculty Position)
(Facilitators: Drs. Amir Ghaferi, Julie Ann Sosa, & Tina Yen)
• Balancing clinical care and an outcomes research program (Facilitators: Drs. Ravi Chokshi & Tim Pawlik)
• Developing Research Collaboratives/Collaborative Networks (Facilitators: Drs. Justin Dimick & Tim Lee)
• Funding for HSR/Outcomes (Facilitators: Drs. Caprice Greenberg & Lillian Kao)
At the end of this session, participants will:
1.Learn career development tips.
2.Learn how to balance clinical care and an outcomes research program.
3.Learn how to develop research collaborative networks.
4.Learn how to seek funding for HSR/Outcomes.
Roosevelt
Moderators: Melina R. Kibbe, MD, RVT & George P. Yang, MD, PhD
Breakout Groups:
• How much start-up money/resources do I need, and how do I negotiate for this?
(Facilitators: Drs. Alan Dardik & Brian Zuckerbraun)
• Do I need my own lab space, or a bench in a senior investigator’s lab?
(Facilitators: Drs. Greg Kennedy & George Yang)
• How do I protect my time to conduct research? (Facilitators: Drs. Raul Guzman & Melina Kibbe)
• Who are the right mentors for me? (Facilitators: Drs. Herb Chen & Mike Conte)
• Which personnel do I need to hire in the beginning (tech, post-doc, lab manager, animal tech,
etc) and how do I go about doing that? (Facilitators: Drs. Dev Desai & Edith Tzeng)
• What is the best strategy to seek funding early in my career?
(Facilitators: Drs. Scott LeMaire & Paula Shireman)
• How do I develop a research focus? (Facilitators: Drs. Funda Meric-Bernstam & Diane Simeone)
At the end of this session, participants will be able to:
1.Learn what resources are needed to start up a research lab.
2.Understand negotiation strategies to obtain space, resources, money, etc.
3.Learn strategies to protect their time to conduct research.
4.Understand the importance of selecting the right mentor.
5.Become knowledgeable about how to obtain seed money for their research.
6.Learn how to develop a research focus.
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Basic Science/Translational Research Breakout Session “Getting Started as an Academic Surgeon with a Basic Science Focus”
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2:30PM - 4:00PM
Education Breakout Session
Moderators: Kelli Bullard-Dunn, MD, Bethany Sacks, MD,
Rebecca Sippel, MD & Wei Zhou, MD
Breakout Groups:
• How do I get an administrative role in education (clerkship director or residency program director)?
(Facilitators: Drs. Rebecca Sippel, Matt Goldblatt, Danny Chu & Ranjan Sudan)
• How do I negotiate a job as a surgical educator and how do I get promoted as a surgical educator?
(Facilitators: Drs. Steve Yang, Steve Goldin & Kelli Bullard Dunn)
• How can I become a leader in surgical education? How can I get involved at a national level?
(Facilitators: Drs. Rebecca Minter, Amalia Cochran, Bethany Sacks & Roger Kim)
• How do I start an education research program and how do I get it funded?
(Facilitators: Drs. Dimitrios Stefanidis, Wei Zhou, Roy Phitayakorn & Liane Feldman, MD)
At the end of the session, participants will be able to:
1.Gain a better understanding of how to develop an administrative role in surgical education.
2.Learn how to be promoted based upon educational activities.
3.Learn how to obtain a leadership role at the national level.
4.Learn how to establish and fund an educational research program.
4:00PM - 4:30PM
Afternoon Break in Exhibit Area
Waldorf Astoria Ballroom
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AAS Student/Mentor Reception
4:30PM - 5:30PM
SUS New Member Poster Session
Chambers 1 - 3
Crescent City Ballroom - right hand side
CLINICAL TRIALS/OUTCOMES & EDUCATION
Poster Moderators: Edith Tzeng, MD & George P. Yang, MD, PhD
P1. Percutaneous cholecystostomy: single centre experience in 111 patients with an acute cholecystitis.; R. Peters,1
P2. A checklist checkup: interventions in safety culture improve adherence; K. Tsao,1
P3. Protecting patients from an unsafe system: the etiology and recovery of intra-operative deviations in care;
C. C. Greenberg,1
P4. Congenital malformations are associated with assisted reproductive technology; S. B. Shew,1
P5. 8-Minute suture skills test predicts clinical technical performance in advanced trainees; T. A. Aloia,1
P6. Confusion, not safety, in numbers: pitfalls in assessing non-technical skills of large teams; S. K. Steinemann,1
EMERGING TECHNOLOGY & GASTROINTESTINAL/NUTRITION
Poster Moderators: Diane Simeone, MD & Scott R. Steele, MD
P7. Disparities in access to care over three years: patient portal usage versus outpatient care; G. P. Jackson,1
P8. Cost effectiveness of emerging techniques for cholecystectomy; B. K. Poulose,1
P9. Urothelium released ATP is increased in bladder dysfunction associated with type 2 diabetes; A. F. Olumi,1
P10. In situ photopolymyerizable (sPIN) is an effective and biocompatible wound treatment for partial thickness
wounds in experimental animal model; L.D. Faucher
P11. Context: A cornerstone of a surgeon’s clinical assessment of suitability for major elective surgery is best
described as the “eyeball test”.; M. Englesbe
P12. Application of physics laws to develop model of fecal continence factors; A.M. Kaiser
P13. Very low reoperation rate for laparoscopic Nissen fundoplication: A university healthsystem consortium
analysis; Oleynikov
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4:30PM - 5:30PM
Wednesday, February 6, 2013
SUS New Member Poster Session (continued)
Crescent City Ballroom - right hand side
Poster Moderators: Herbert Chen, MD & David A. Geller, MD
P14. A high-throughput screen identifies compounds that restore e-cadherin expression and inhibit invasion in
colorectal cancer cells; A. Pearson,1
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P15. Identification of a candidate pancreatic cancer biomarker using in vitro aptamer selection; R. R. White,1
P16. Potential interactions of gene variants of genes in inflammation pathways and anti-inflammatory medication
with risk of pancreatic cancer; K. M. Reid Lombardo,1
P18. TRAIL induced apoptosis is enhanced by inhibition of the MAPK and PI3K/AKT pathways in thyroid cancer
cells; S. Parangi,1
P19. Comparison of cancer-associated genetic abnormalities in columnar-lined esophagus with and without goblet
cells; T.E. Godfrey
P20. The opioid growth factor-opioid growth factor receptor axis regulates cell proliferation of human hepatocellular cancer; E. Kimchi
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P17. Intraoperative imprint cytology and frozen section pathology for margin assessment in breast conservation
surgery: a systematic review; L. G. Wilke,1
P21. Treatment of established brain tumors with an EGFRvIII-specific bispecific antibody; J. H. Sampson
P23. Preventable Readmissions After Surgery: Are There Targets for Improvements; M Maggard-Gibbons
PEDIATRICS/DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY & TRANSPLANT/IMMUNOLOGY
Poster Moderators: Dai H. Chung, MD & George K. Gittes, MD
P24. Twenty years of pediatric gunshot wounds: an urban trauma center’s experience; J. E. Sola,1
P25. Applications and limitation of of cre technologies in doubling the number of homozygous mutant mouse embryos in a litter; P. F. Nichol,1
P26. Donor hemodynamic events during procurement presage graft survival in donation after cardiac death liver
transplantation; P. L. Abt,1
P27. PD-L1 expression: a possible mechanism of immune resistance in triple negative breast cancer; E. A. Mittendorf,1
P28. Improved outcomes of patients with gastroschisis: advances in surgery and critical care; F. Abdullah
P29. Immune responses after lung transplantation; D. Kreisel
PANCREAS/Hepatobiliary
Poster Moderators: O. Joe Hines, MD, Michael G. Sarr, MD & Sharon Weber, MD
P29. FGFR-AKT-β-Catenin and TGFβ-SMAD3 signaling pathways are associated with expansion and epithelial-mesenchyme trans-differentiation of CD133pos CD49fpos cells in murine model of biliary atresia; K.S. Wang
P30. A primary xenograft model of pancreatic neuroendocrine carcinoma recapitulates hallmark features of the
disease; E. Nakakura
P31. Preoperative geriatric assessment improves prediction of surgical outcomes in older adults undergoing pancreaticoduodenectomy: a prospective cohort study; K.K. Roggin
P32. The role of interleukin-33/ST2 pathway in hepatic ischemia/reperfusion injury; A. Tsung
P33. No title; J.J. Yeh, M. Jajja
TRAUMA/CRITICAL CARE
Poster Moderators: Timothy R. Billiar, MD & Patrick M. Reilly, MD
P34. Trauma deserts: distance from a trauma center, transport times, and mortality from gunshot wounds in chicago; M. Crandall
P35. The association between air ambulance distribution and trauma mortality; M.R. Rosengart
P36. Sub-optimal compliance with evidence-based guidelines is associated with increased mortality in patients
with severe traumatic brain injuries; Shafi
P37. Hypothermia in massive transfusion: have we been paying enough attention to it?; J. Sperry
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P22. Oncologic efficacy is not compromised, and may be improved with minimally invasive esophagectomy; E.L.
Rosato
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4:30PM - 5:30PM
Wednesday, February 6, 2013
SUS New Member Poster Session (continued)
Crescent City Ballroom - right hand side
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Poster Moderators: Alexander S. Krupnick, MD & Daniel R. Meldrum, MD
P38. Rate of malignancy detected on post-EVAR surveillance CT-angiogram; J. E. Rectenwald,1
P39. Peripheral vascular disease patients have lower percent positive circulating progenitor cells compared to abdominal aortic aneurysms patients and age-matched controls; E. S. Lee,1
P40. Comparison of robotic versus video-assisted thoracoscopic surgery (VATS) lobectomy for non-small cell lung
cancer (NSCLC); F.Y. Bhora
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P41. A national survey of the use of anti-platelet medications and protamine during carotid endarterectomy and
carotid artery stenting: what is the standard?; R. Milner
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Resident/Student Meet the AAS Leadership
Chambers 1 - 3
5:30PM - 7:00PM
AAS Business Meeting
Roosevelt
10:00PM - LATE
AAS/SUS Presidential Reception
Blue Room
Please join Drs. Melina Kibbe and George Yang for an evening reception with the AAS
and SUS Presidents. All attendees are welcome regardless of membership status in the
AAS or SUS.
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7:30AM - 9:30AMIntegrated
Thursday, February 7, 2013
Oral Presentation Sessions II
Lafitte
Moderators: Yolonda L. Colson, MD & Anthony W. Kim, MD
36.1.Impact Of Preoperative Radiation On Survival Of Patients
With Node Negative, Very Large Non-small Cell Lung Cancers
(T3N0) Treated With Anatomic Resection A. C. Moreno1, D. Morgensztern2, J. B. Yu3, D. J. Boffa1, R. H. Decker3, F. C. Detterbeck1,
A. W. Kim1 ; 1Yale School Of Medicine, New Haven, CT; 2Yale
School Of Medicine, New Haven, CT; 3Yale School Of Medicine,
New Haven, CT
36.3.Factors Affecting Time To Progression For Esophagectomy
For Benign Disease A. L. Madenci1, B. N. Reames2, A. C. Chang3,
J. Lin3, M. B. Orringer3, R. M. Reddy3 ; 1University Of Michigan
Medical School, Ann Arbor, MI; 2Department Of General Surgery,
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36.7.Ox-LDL Induces Expression Of PiT-1 In Human Aortic Valvular Interstitial Cells N. A. Nadlonek1, J. H. Lee1, X. Meng1, D. A.
Fullerton1 ; 1University of Colorado School of Medicine, Aurora, CO
36.8.Early Recognition And Triage Of Acute Thoracic Aortic Dissection And Aneurysm: Impossible Challenge Or Achievable
Task? I. Leitman1, K. Suzuki1, A. J. Wengrofsky1, E. Menashe1,
M. Poplawski1, K. Woo1, C. M. Geller1, B. A. Zeifer1, B. Patton1, T.
Bernik1 ; 1Albert Einstein College Of Medicine-Beth Israel Medical
Center, New York, New York
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36.4.Outcomes For Patients With Emphysema Undergoing Surgical Resection Of Stage I Non-small Cell Lung Cancer (NSCLC)
M. Bishawi1, W. H. Moore1, T. Bilfinger1 ; 1Stony Brook University
Medical Center, Stony Brook, New York
36.6.Scaffolding Effect Of Vascular Distension On Peripheral Lung
Mechanics B. C. Gibney1,2, A. B. Ysasi1, K. Chamoto1, M. Ackermann4, M. A. Konerding4, A. Tsuda3, S. J. Mentzer1 ; 1Brigham And
Women’s Hospital/Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA; 2Penn
State Hershey Medical Center, Hershey, PA; 3Harvard School Of
Public Health, Boston , MA; 4Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz, Mainz, Germany
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36.2.Differences in Baseline Arming of Natural Killer Cells Contribute To Strain-Specific Susceptibility To Lung Cancer in Mice
S. H. Chang1, K. Toth1, R. Higashikubo1, A. Gelman1, D. Kreisel1,
A. S. Krupnick1 ; 1Division Of Cardiothoracic Surgery, Section Of
Thoracic Surgery, Washington University School Of Medicine, St
Louis, MO 36.5.Presence Of Circulating Tumor Cells In Patients With Resectable Colorectal Cancer Lung Metastases Is A Potential Indicator For Extrathoracic Disease J. T. Kaifi1, M. Kunkel1, J. E. Allen1,
D. T. Dicker1, A. Das1, N. J. Gusani1, M. F. Reed1, E. T. Kimchi1, K.
F. Staveley-O’Carroll1, W. S. El-Deiry1 ; 1Penn State University College Of Medicine, Hershey, PA
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Thursday, February 7, 2013
Oral Presentation Sessions II (continued)
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Salon III
Moderators: Shu S. Lin, MD & Heather Neuman, MD
37.1.Prophylactic Antibiotics For Surgical Site Infection In Pancreaticoduodenectomy: Does The SCIP-approved Regimen
Provide Adequate Coverage? G. W. Donald1, F. Chen1, B. Clerkin1,
J. S. Tomlinson1, T. R. Donahue1, H. A. Reber1, O. J. Hines1 ; 1Department Of Surgery, David Geffen School Of Medicine At UCLA,
Los Angeles, CA
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37.2.Urinary Tract Infection: Tip Of A Postoperative Complication
Iceberg? N. A. Weisensel1, T. J. Paul Olson1, V. Rajamanickam1, G.
D. Kennedy1 ; 1University Of Wisconsin School Of Medicine And
Public Health - Department Of Surgery, Madison, WI
37.3.Epidural Analgesia In Open Colorectal Surgery: A Nationwide
Analysis Of Trends And Outcomes W. J. Halabi 1, M. D. Jafari1,
V. Q. Nguyen 2, J. C. Carmichael 1, S. D. Mills 1, M. J. Stamos 1, A.
Pigazzi1 ; 1University Of California - Irvine Department Of Surgery ,
Orange, California; 2University Of California - Irvine Department Of
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37.4.Leveraging The Point Of Preoperative Assessment To Ensure
Delivery Of Appropriate Surgical Care O. Nelson1, T. D. Quinn1, A.
F. Arriaga1,2,3,4, D. L. Hepner1,3, D. J. Correll1, S. R. Finlayson2,4, M. J.
Zinner2,4, A. Gawande2,3,4, A. M. Bader1,2,3 ; 1Brigham And Women’s
Hospital, Department Of Anesthesiology, Perioperative And Pain
Medicine, Boston, MA; 2Center For Surgery And Public Health,
Brigham And Women’s Hospital, Boston , MA; 3Harvard School
Of Public Health, Department Of Health Policy And Management,
Boston , MA; 4Brigham And Women’s Hospital, Department Of
Surgery, Boston , MA 37.5.Patient Involvement In The Decision Making Process Improves Satisfaction And Quality Of Life In Postmastectomy
Breast Reconstruction A. A. Ashraf1, S. Colakoglu 2, J. Nguyen1, A.
Anastasopoulos4, A. Ibrahim1, J. Yeuh1, A. Tobias1, B. Lee1 ; 1Beth
Israel Deaconess Medical Center - Harvard Medical School , Boston , MA; 2Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston , MA; 3Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center - Harvard Medical School , Boston,
MA; 4Harvard Medical School, Boston , MA; 5Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center - Harvard Medical School , Boston, MA; 6Beth
Israel Deaconess Medical Center - Harvard Medical School , Boston, MA; 7Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center - Harvard Medical School , Boston, MA; 8Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
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37.6.Natural History Of Retained Surgical Items: Results Of A
Multi-center Study S. P. Stawicki1, H. L. Anderson III3, S. M.
Coyle2, H. M. Ahmed2, L. Chowayou3, R. Marchigiani4, J. Cipolla4,
V. H. Gracias2, S. D. Moffatt-Bruce1, M. J. Seamon5, R. C. Adams6,
S. M. Steinberg1, C. Stehly4, C. H. Cook1 ; 1The Ohio State University College Of Medicine, Columbus, OH; 2UMDNJ - Robert Wood
Johnson School Of Medicine, New Brunswick, NJ; 3Miami Valley
Hospital / Wright State University School Of Medicine, Dayton,
OH; 4Temple St. Luke’s Medical School, Bethlehem, PA; 5Cooper
University Hospital, Camden, NJ; 6Vanderbilt University School Of
Medicine, Nashville, TN
37.7.Perioperative Changes In Trunk Musculature As A Predictor Of One Year Mortality A. Zarinsefat1, M. N. Terjimanian1, L.
M. Tishberg1, I. C. Stein1, A. A. Mazurek1, S. C. Wang1, C. J. Sonnenday1, M. J. Englesbe1 ; 1University Of Michigan Department Of
Surgery, Ann Arbor, Michigan
37.8.A Checklist Checkup: Interventions In Safety Culture Improve Adherence S. M. Levy1,4,5, L. S. Kao2,4,5, K. P. Lally1,4,5, M.
Matuszczak3,5, J. T. Abraham1,5, G. R. Goddard1,5, M. Sajid1,5, S.
L. Logterman1,5, A. Singh1,5, K. Tsao1,4,5 ; 1Department Of Pediatric Surgery, University Of Texas Medical School At Houston,
Houston, Texas; 2Department Of Surgery, University Of Texas
Medical School At Houston, Houston, Texas; 3Department Of
Anesthesia, University Of Texas Medical School At Houston,
Houston, Texas; 4Center For Surgical Trials And Evidence-based
Practice, University Of Texas Medical School At Houston, Houston,
Texas; 5Children’s Memorial Hermann Hospital, Houston, Texas
37.9.Comparative Effectiveness Of Pressurized Irrigation Or
Subcutaneous Antibiotics Versus Standard Wound Closure
On Surgical Site Infections Following Colorectal Surgery S. P.
Dineen1,2, T. Pham1,2, B. Murray2, T. Anthony1,2, S. Huerta1,2 ; 1UT
Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas, TX; 2VA North Texas Health
Care System, Dallas, TX
37.10.Perioperative Variance Report Cards: Do We Make The
Grade? S. M. Levy1,4,5, R. Jain3,5, C. Douma5, M. L. Kerr1, L. S.
Kao2,4,5, K. P. Lally1,4,5, K. Tsao1,4,5 ; 1Department Of Pediatric Surgery, University Of Texas Medical School At Houston, Houston,
Texas; 2Department Of Surgery, University Of Texas Medical
School At Houston, Houston, Texas; 3Department Of Anesthesia, University Of Texas Medical School At Houston, Houston,
Texas; 4Center For Surgical Trials And Evidence-based Practice, University Of Texas Medical School At Houston, Houston,
Texas; 5Children’s Memorial Hermann Hospital, Houston, Texas
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Moderators: David T. Efron, MD & Sandra L. Wong, MD
38.1.Effect Of Failure To Rescue On Hospital Volume-Mortality
Relationships In Cardiovascular Surgery A. A. Gonzalez1,2, J. B.
Dimick1, J. D. Birkmeyer1, A. A. Ghaferi1,3 ; 1University Of Michigan
Center For Healthcare Outcomes & Policy (CHOP), Ann Arbor,
MI; 2University Of Illinois At Chicago, Chicago, IL; 3University Of
Michigan Ross School Of Business, Ann Arbor, MI
38.3.Does Ventral Hernia Defect Length, Width, Or Area Predict
Postoperative Quality Of Life? Answers From A Prospective
International Study B. A. Wormer1, J. F. Bradley1, A. L. Walters1,
K. B. Williams1, V. B. Tsirline2, V. A. Augenstein1, B. T. Heniford1
; 1Carolinas Medical Center, Charlotte, NC; 2Northwestern University Feinberg School Of Medicine, Chicago, IL 38.5.Does The Volume Of Laparoscopic Versus Open Cases Affect The Outcomes Of Inguinal Hernia Repair? A. ZEMLYAK1, V.
B. Tsirline1, A. L. Walters1, J. F. Bradley1, A. E. Lincourt1, B. T. Heniford1 ; 1Carolinas Medical Center, Charlotte, NC
38.6.Divergent Outcomes In Young Patients With Gastric Cancer
D. K. Nguyen1, M. Maggard-Gibbons1 ; 1UCLA Department Of Surgery, Los Angeles, 90095
38.9.Searching For The Optimal Surgical Quality Indicator: Failure To Rescue Vs. Readmissions B. N. Reames1, A. A. Ghaferi1
; 1University Of Michigan Center For Healthcare Outcomes & Policy
(CHOP), Ann Arbor, MI
38.10.Lack Of Adherence With Quality Guidelines For Post-Discharge Venous Thromboembolism Prophylaxis After Colorectal
Cancer Surgery In The U.S. R. P. Merkow1,2,3,4, M. Sohn3, E. H.
Oh3, M. H. Ju1, J. W. Chung1,2, D. J. Bentrem1,2, K. Y. Bilimoria1,2,3
; 1Department Of Surgery And Surgical Outcomes And Quality
Improvement Center, Northwestern University, Chicago, IL; 2Northwestern Institute For Comparative Effectiveness Research (NICER)
In Oncology, Northwestern University, Chicago, IL; 3Institute For
Healthcare Studies, Northwestern University, Chicago, IL; 4Department Of Surgery, University Of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus, Aurora, CO
Emerging Technology 1: Emerging Technologies
Directors
Moderators: Cassandra M. Kelleher, MD & Timothy A. Pritts, MD
39.1.Use Of A Computerized Simulation To Assess Effectiveness
Of A Regression Modeling Scheduling System P. Kougias1, V.
Tiwari2, N. R. Barshes1, C. F. Bechara1, G. Pisimisis1, D. H. Berger1
; 1Baylor College Of Medicine And The Michael E. DeBakey VA
Medical Center, Houston, TX; 2Vanderbilt University School Of
Medicine, Nashville, TN
39.2.Cost Effectiveness Of Emerging Techniques For Cholecystectomy B. K. Poulose1, J. P. Trunzo2, C. Chukwumah2, B. Ermlich2,
M. J. Rosen2, R. P. Onders2, J. L. Ponsky2, J. M. Marks2 ; 1Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Nashville, TN; 2University Hospitals
Case Medical Center, Cleveland, OH
39.4.Single Cell Transcriptional Analysis Identifies A Functionally Distinct Subpopulation Of Human Adipose Derived Stem
Cells R. C. Rennert1, M. Sorkin 1, M. Januszyk1, M. T. Chung1, M.
T. Longaker1, G. C. Gurtner1 ; 1Stanford University Department Of
Surgerym Division Of Plastic Surgery, Stanford, CA
39.5.Knock-down Of BMP-2 Antagonist, Gremlin-1 Increases
Osteogenic Differentiation And Increases Healing In A Murine
Critical-sized Calviarl Defect Model D. D. Lo1,3, J. S. Hyun1, M. T.
Chung1, D. C. Wan1, M. T. Longaker1 ; 1Stanford University, Stanford, CA; 2University Of California - San Francisco , San Francisco,
CA; 3Duke University Medical Center, Durham, NC
39.3.Prevention Of Neointimal Hyperplasia With Systemic Injection Of A Targeted Drug-eluting Peptide Amphiphile H. A.
Kassam1, E. S. Moreira1, T. J. Moyer3, S. I. Stupp3, M. R. Kibbe2
; 1Northwestern University Feinberg School Of Medicine, Chicago,
IL; 2Northwestern University Division Of Vascular Surgery, Chicago,
IL; 3Northwestern University, Chicago, IL
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38.4.Reliability Of Readmission Rates As A Hospital Quality Measure In Cardiac Surgery T. Shih1, M. E. Girotti1, J. B. Dimick1 ; 1University Of Michigan Center For Health Outcomes & Policy (CHOP),
Ann Arbor, MI
38.8.Effect Of Age And BMI On Mortality And Morbidity In Elective And Emergent General Surgery. F. J. Yanquez3, D. Grauf2,
J. Clements1,3, A. Merchant1,3 ; 1Central Michigan University (CMU)
Healthcare, Department Of Surgery And Department Of Research
And Quality, Saginaw, Michigan; 2Covenant Healthcare, Department Of Quality, Saginaw, Michigan; 3Central Michigan University
College Of Medicine, Mount Pleasant, Michigan
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38.2.Post-Discharge Mortality Among the Elderly Undergoing
General Surgery in the United States: An Analysis of 428,176
Patients R. K. Say1, S. A. Roman1, J. A. Sosa1 ; 1Yale University
School Of Medicine, New Haven, CT
38.7.The Impact Of Surgical Volume On Postoperative Outcomes
In Patients With Graves? Disease S. I. Noureldine1, A. Abbas1, E.
Kandil1 ; 1Tulane University Department Of Surgery, New Orleans,
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Gastrointestinal/Nutrition 2: Colorectal/Small Bowel
Beinville
Moderators: George J.S. Chang, MD & Scott R. Steele, MD
40.1.Ileal Bacterial Stasis In Self-Filling Blind Loops Is Associated
With Increased TLR-2 And TLR-4 Expression In Wild-Type And
IL-10 Knockout Mice. M. A. Ward1, R. F. Leal2, S. R. Dalal1, Y.
Huang1, M. W. Musch3, J. C. Alverdy1, E. B. Chang1 ; 1University Of
Chicago Medical Center, Chicago, IL; 2Department Of Surgery, Coloproctology Unit, University Of Campinas (UNICAMP), Sao Paulo,
N/A; 3University Of Chicago, Chicago, IL
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40.2.C75, A Fatty Acid Synthase Inhibitor, Alleviates Experimental
Colitis S. MATSUO1, W. Yang1, M. Aziz1, P. Wang1 ; 1Department
Of Surgery, Hofstra North Shore-LIJ School Of Medicine, Manhasset, NY 40.3.Intestinal Alkaline Phosphatase Is An Endogenous AntiInflammatory Factor M. R. Mohamed1, S. R. Hamarneh1, P. Patel1,
N. S. Malo1, K. Kalliannan1, A. Teshager1, A. Raychowdhury1, A. K.
Moss1, N. Muhammad1, S. M. Abtahi1, O. Moaven1, S. N. Alam1, K.
P. Economopoulos1, M. S. Malo1, R. A. Hodin1 ; 1Department Of
Surgery, Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical School,
Boston , MA
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40.4.The Role Of Mechanical Bowel Preparation With NonAbsorbable Oral Antibiotics In Improving Surgical Outcomes
In Elective Colectomy Within A State-Wide Collaborative E.
K. Kim1, J. Bonn1, S. DeRoo1, C. Lee1, I. Stein1, A. Zarinsefat1, M.
Englesbe1, D. Campbell1 ; 1University Of Michigan Medical School,
Ann Arbor, Michigan
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40.5.Extrinsic Autonomic Nerves Perform Crucial Regulation Of
Distal Colonic Peristalsis Via A Dual Mechanism I. GribovskajaRupp1, T. Takahashi1,2, K. A. Ludwig1 ; 1Medical College Of Wisconsin , Milwaukee, WI ; 2Clement J Zablocki Veterans Affairs Medical
Center, Milwaukee, 53295
40.6.Normal Intestinal Flora Are Induced By Ischemia To Express
A Tissue Destroying Phenotype: Role In Anastomotic Leak B.
D. Shogan1, G. C. An1, O. Zaborina1, J. C. Alverdy1 ; 1University Of
Chicago Medical Center, Chicago, IL
40.7.Survival Following Synchronous Colorectal Cancer Resection
K. L. Mathis1, S. Y. Boostrom1, B. G. Wolff1 ; 1Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN
40.8.Proton Pump Inhibitor Therapy Increases The Expression Of
Toxin Genes In Clostridium Difficile In A Ribotype Dependent
Manner D. B. Stewart1, J. Hegarty1 ; 1Penn State Milton S. Hershey
Medical Center, Hershey, PA
40.9.Sphingosine-1-Phosphate (S1P) Attenuates Intestinal Ischemia-Reperfusion Injury Through Regulation Of MicroRNA
542-5p A. D. Smith1,2, P. Jiang2, R. Li2, D. Mansour1,2, N. Hansraj1,2,
R. Zhuang2, L. Liu2, J. Wang1,2, D. Turner1,2 ; 1University Of Maryland Medical Center, Baltimore, MD; 2Baltimore VA Medical Center,
Baltimore, MD
40.10.Type Of Perioperative Diet Affects Long Term Adaptation
Following Ileocecal Resection (ICR). M. A. Stevenson1, N. Sundaram2, J. A. Hawkins2, M. A. Helmrath2 ; 1University Of Cincinnati,
Cincinnati, Ohio; 2Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center,
Cincinnati, Ohio
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Moderators: Celia Chao, MD & Curtis J. Wray
41.1.Inhibition Of Autophagy With Chloroquine Is Effective In
Melanoma M. E. Egger1, J. S. Huang2, K. M. McMasters1, L. R. McNally2 ; 1University Of Louisville Department Of Surgery, Louisville,
KY; 2University Of Louisville Department Of Medicine, Louisville, KY
41.3.Quantitative Histopathology Identifies Patients With Thin
Melanomas That Have High Metastatic Risk E. S. Glazer1, P. H.
Bartels1, F. Lian1, V. Duval Da Silva3, S. S. Morgan1, C. Hu1, H. G.
Bartels1, M. L. Yozwiak1, J. K. De Oliveira3, L. D. Cranmer1, J. G.
Einspahr1, J. A. Warneke1, D. S. Alberts1, R. S. Krouse1,2 ; 1The University Of Arizona, Tucson, AZ; 2Southern Arizona VA Health Care
System, Tucson, AZ; 3Hospital Sao Lucas Of PUCRS, Porto Alegre,
RS
41.5.Sentinel Lymph Node Biopsy Improves Survival Over Observation Alone In Patients With Intermediate Thickness Melanoma: Confirmation Of MSLT1 Using The SEER Database S. D.
Kachare1,2, J. H. Wong1,2, E. E. Zervos1,2, T. L. Fitzgerald1,2 ; 1East
Carolina University Brody School Of Medicine, Greenville, NC; 2Vidant Medical Center, Greenville, NC
41.6.Hemangiopericytoma Is An Indolent, But Lethal Mesenchymal Tumor: A Clinical Outcomes Based Study Of 789 Patients
From The Surveillance Epidemiology And End Result (SEER)
Database P. Sridharan1, S. Patil1, R. S. Chamberlain1,2,3 ; 1Department Of Surgery, Saint Barnabas Medical Center, Livingston,
NJ; 2Department Of Surgery, University Of Medicine And Dentistry
Of New Jersey, Newark, NJ; 3Saint George’s University School Of
Medicine, University Centre, West Indies
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41.9.Complex Composite Oncologic Chest Wall Defects Reconstructed With Synthetic Or Bioprosthetic Mesh Experience Similar Surgical Outcomes When Combined With Soft Tissue Flap
Coverage P. B. Garvey1, M. W. Clemens1, J. P. Doolittle1, D. P.
Baumann1, S. G. Swisher2, C. E. Butler1 ; 1The University Of Texas
MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, Texas; 2The University Of
Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, Texas
41.10.Combination Of Adoptive Cell Transfer With CTLA-4 Blockade Maximizes Melanoma Immunotherapy D. A. Mahvi1, L.
Wentworth1,2, J. V. Meyers1, C. S. Cho1,2 ; 1University Of Wisconsin
School Of Medicine And Public Health, Madison, WI; 2William S.
Middleton Memorial VA Hospital, Madison, WI
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41.4.Sartorius Flaps In Patients Undergoing Inguinal Lymphadenectomy For Melanoma: A Review Of The NSQIP Database E.
K. Bartlett1, C. Meise1, N. Bansal1, J. P. Fischer1, D. L. Fraker1, R. R.
Kelz1, G. C. Karakousis1 ; 1Hospital Of The University Of Pennsylvania , Philadelphia, PA
41.8.Splenectomy Correlates With Worse Survival Independent Of
Disease Burden After Cytoreduction And Heated Intraperitoneal
Chemotherapy For Malignant Peritoneal Mesothelioma N. P.
Schaub1, M. Alimchandani1, M. Quezado1, S. M. Steinberg1, R. Langan1, M. M. Hughes1, T. Beresnev1, D. L. Bartlett2, S. K. Libutti3, J.
F. Pingpank2, R. E. Royal4, B. Brcher5, P. Pandalai1, G. Q. Phan1, A.
Stojadinovich6, U. Rudloff1, H. R. Alexander7, I. Avital1,8 ; 1National
Cancer Institute, Bethesda, MD; 2Division Of Surgical Oncology,
University Of Pittsburgh Medical Center, Pittsburgh, PA; 3Department Of Surgery, Montefiore Medical Center/Albert Einstein College
Of Medicine, New York, NY; 4Department Of Surgical Oncology,
The University Of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center, Houston,
TX; 5Theodor-Billroth-Academy, Munich, Germany; 6Department
Of Surgery, Division Of Surgical Oncology, Walter Reed National
Military Medical Center, Bethesda, MD; 7Division Of Surgical Oncology, Department Of Surgery, University Of Maryland, Baltimore,
MD; 8Bon Secours Cancer Institute, Richmond, VA
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41.2.Interleukin-21 Expansion Of T-cells For Adoptive Immunotherapy Of Murine Melanoma C. K. Zoon1,3, L. Graham2,3, H. D.
Bear2,3 ; 1Division Of General Surgery, Richmond, VA; 2Division Of
Surgical Oncology, Richmond, VA; 3Massey Cancer Center, Richmond, VA
41.7.Determinants Of Long-term Survival In Well Differentiated
Extremity And Retroperitoneal Liposarcoma: A Population
Based Outcomes Study Of 1,358 Patients From The SEER Database (1973 - 2008) S. Patil1, R. S. Chamberlain1,2,3 ; 1Saint Barnabas Medical Center, Livingston, NJ; 2Saint George’s University
School Of Medicine, Grenada, Grenada; 3University Of Medicine
And Dentistry Of NJ - NJ Medical School. Department Of Surgery,
Newark, NJ
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Oncology 6: Hepatopancreaticobiliary
Chamber 2
Moderators: Douglas L. Fraker, MD & James J. Mezhir, MD
42.1.Does The Site Of Pancreatic Transection Influence Pancreatic Fistula? A Review Of 294 Distal Pancreatectomies N. M.
Sell1, S. Gabale1, M. J. Pucci1, P. K. Sauter1, J. M. Winter1, E. L.
Rosato1, C. J. Yeo1, H. Lavu1 ; 1Department Of Surgery, Thomas
Jefferson University, Philadelphia, PA
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42.2.Surgery For Metastatic Neuroendocrine Tumors With Clinically Occult Primary E. K. Bartlett1, P. K. Shah1, K. K. Shah1, S.
Zaheer1, H. Wachtel1, R. R. Kelz1, G. C. Karakousis1, D. L. Fraker1
; 1Hospital Of The University Of Pennsylvania , Philadelphia, PA
42.3.Extracellular Drug Conjugate (EDC1) Technology For Targeted Neuroendocrine Cancer Therapy A. Dammalapati1, J.
Eide1, C. Korlesky1, D. Marshall2, J. Prudent2, R. J. Sztul1, H. Chen1
; 1Department Of Surgery University Of Wisconsin, Madison,
WI; 2Centrose LLC, Madison, WI
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42.4.Combination Chemotherapy Of Gemcitabine With Nafamostat Mesilate Against Gallbladder Cancer Targeting Nuclear
Factor-kappaB Activation. R. Iwase1,2, H. Shiba1, K. Haruki1,2,
Y. Fujiwara1, K. Furukawa1, T. Iida1, T. Uwagawa1, T. Misawa1, T.
Ohashi2, K. Yanaga1 ; 1Department Of Surgery, The Jikei University
School Of Medicine, Tokyo, Japan, Tokyo, Tokyo; 2Department Of
Gene Therapy, Institute Of DNA Medicine, Jikei University School
Of Medicine, Tokyo, Japan, Tokyo, Tokyo
42.5.Role Of Stearoyl-CoA Desaturase (SCD), Key Enzyme In
Obesity, In Development Of Human Hepatocellular Carcinoma
(HCC): Is HCC Expected To Rise With Obesity Epidemic? S.
Bansal1,2, M. Berk2, N. Alkhouri2, J. J. Fung2, A. Feldstein2,3 ; 1Children’s Hospital Colorado, Aurora, CO; 2Cleveland Clinic Foundation, Cleveland, OH; 3University Of California, San Diego, La Jolla,
CA
42.6.Activation Of Tumor-Associated Macrophages Is Required
For Hepatocyte Growth Factor Enhanced Invasiveness And
Predicts Survival In Hepatocellular Carcinoma. M. Kundu1, Z.
Mi1, C. Weber1, N. Li1, T. Lynch1, P. C. Kuo1, P. Y. Wai1 ; 1Loyola
University Medical Center, Maywood, IL
42.7.Combination Treatment Using Adenovirus-mediated Tumor
Necrosis Factor-Alpha Gene Transfer And NF-kappaB Inhibitor For Hepatocellular Carcinoma In Mice K. Haruki1,2, H. Shiba1,
R. Iwase1,2, Y. Fujiwara1, K. Furukawa1, T. Iida1, T. Uwagawa1, T.
Misawa1, T. Ohashi2, K. Yanaga1 ; 1Department Of Surgery, The
Jikei University School Of Medicine, Tokyo, Tokyo; 2Department
Of Gene Therapy, Institute Of DNA Medicine, The Jikei University
School Of Medicine, Tokyo, Tokyo
42.8.The Bioflavonoid Baicalein Inhibits Human Pancreatic Cancer
Cell Migration G. W. Donald1, M. Chen1, A. Moro1, H. Pham1, K. M.
Hertzer1, H. A. Reber1, O. J. Hines1, G. Eibl1 ; 1Department Of Surgery, David Geffen School Of Medicine At UCLA, Los Angeles, CA 42.9.Velaparib (ABT-888), A Novel Inhibitor Of Poly-Adp Ribosyl
Polymerase (PARP), Synergizes With 5-Fluorouracil In Pancreatic Carcinoid Cells Y. R. Somnay1,3, S. Lubner2, M. Kunnimalaiyaan1, H. Chen1 ; 1University Of Wisconsin School Of Medicine And
Public Health - Department Of Surgery, Madison, WI ; 2University
Of Wisconsin School Of Medicine And Public Health, Department
Of Medicine, Madison, WI; 3Medical Scientist Training Program,
University Of Wisconsin School Of Medicine And Public Health,
Madison, WI
42.10.JAK-2 Downregulation Sensitizes Pancreatic Cancer Cells
To TRAIL Induced Cell Death By Augmenting Death Induced
Signaling Complex Formation V. Dudeja1, A. Oliveira1, S. Banerjee1, V. Sangwan1, N. Mujumdar1, T. N. MacKenzie1, R. Dawra1, S.
M. Vickers1, A. K. Saluja1 ; 1Division Of Basic And Translational
Research, Deparmtent Of Surgery, University Of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN
Oncology 7: Basic Science/Immunology
Chamber 3
Moderators: Christopher D. Anderson, MD & T. Clark Gamblin, MD
43.1.Small Molecule Inhibitors Of Complement (C5) Enhance Vaccinia Viral Oncolysis D. Magge1, Z. Guo1, M. O’Malley1, L. Francis1,
R. Ravindranathan1, D. L. Bartlett1 ; 1University Of Pittsburgh Medical Center, Pittsburgh, PA
43.2.The Acellular Plasma Fraction Of Packed Red Blood Cells
Alternatively Activates Macrophages. K. K. Lo1,2,3, S. Mitra1, K.
El Kasmi1, D. D. Bensard2, C. C. Silliman1,3, C. C. Barnett1,2,3 ; 1University Of Colorado Health Science Center, Aurora, CO; 2Denver
Health Medical Center, Denver, CO; 3Bonfils Blood Center, DENVER, CO
43.3.The Role Of T-cell Subpopulations In Patients With NonSmall Cell Lung Cancer L. M. Knab1, J. D. Phillips1, N. R. Blatner2,
M. M. DeCamp1,2, S. L. Meyerson1,2,3, A. De Hoyos1,2,3, M. J. Heiferman1, J. R. Heiferman1, K. Khazaie2, D. J. Bentrem1,2,3 ; 1Department Of Surgery, Northwestern University, Feinberg School Of
Medicine, Chicago, IL; 2Robert H. Lurie Comprehensive Cancer
Center, Northwestern University, Chicago, IL; 3Jesse Brown VA
Medical Center, Chicago, IL
43.4.MTOR Inhibitor MLN0128 Has Antitumor Efficacy In Cell
Lines With Intrinsic And Acquired Rapamycin-Resistance. B.
Hassan1, A. Akcakanat1, S. Takafumi1, K. Evans1, F. Adkins1, F.
Meric-Bernstam1 ; 1U.T. M.D. Anderson Cancer Center, Houston,
Texas
43.5.Chk1 Protein Expression Indicates Sensitivity To Chk1 Inhibition By Antimetabolite Chemotherapy in Non-Small Cell Lung
Cancer S. Grabauskiene1, E. Bergeron1, M. A. Morgan1, D. G. Beer1,
R. M. Reddy1 ; 1University Of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MA
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43.6.Prognostic And Predictive Implication Of Epidermal Growth
Factor Receptor Gene Mutation On Overall Survival In NonSmall Cell Lung Cancer Patients With Postsurgical Recurrence
K. Suda1, S. Ito2, Y. Yatabe3, T. Okamoto1, Y. Maehara1, T. Mitsudomi4 ; 1Department Of Surgery And Science, Graduate School Of
Medical Sciences, Kyushu University, Fukuoka, Fukuoka; 2Department Of Thoracic Surgery, Aichi Cancer Center Hospital, Nagoya,
Aichi; 3Department Of Pathology And Molecular Diagnostics, Aichi
Cancer Center Hospital, Nagoya, Aichi; 4Division Of Thoracic Surgery, Department Of Surgery, Kinki University Faculty Of Medicine,
Osaka-sayama, Osaka
43.7.Neoadjuvant Memory T Cell Transfer: A Novel Paradigm
For Cancer Immunotherapy J. V. Meyers1, L. Wentworth1,2, D. A.
Mahvi1, C. S. Cho1,2 ; 1University Of Wisconsin School Of Medicine
And Public Health, Madison, WI; 2William S. Middleton Memorial
VA Hospital, Madison, WI
43.8.Inhibition Of Focal Adhesion Kinase (FAK) Leads To STAT4
Activation: A Novel Pathway In Neuroblastoma M. L. Megison1,
J. E. Stewart1, L. A. Gillory1, H. C. Nabers1, D. Padmalayam1, E. A.
Beierle1 ; 1University Of Alabama - Birmingham, Birmingham, AL
43.9.Colorectal Cancer Liver Metastases Form Xenografts Enriched In Markers Of Tumor Initiating Cells A. D. Giorgi1, B. D.
Goetz1, P. Goedegebuure1, R. C. Fields1 ; 1Washington University In
St Louis, St. Louis, Missouri
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44.6.Heparin-Binding Egf-Like Growth Factor Promotes Enteric
Neurogenesis Via the Preservation of Glial Integrity After Necrotizing Enterocolitis Y. Zhou1, Y. Su1, J. Yang1, D. J. Watkins1,
G. E. Besner1 ; 1Nationwide Children’s Hospital, Columbus, Ohio
44.2.Outcomes For Pediatric Malignant Tumors Of The Thymus:
An Analysis Of 73 Cases B. J. Allan1, C. M. Thorson1, J. S. Davis1,
R. M. Van Haren1, E. A. Perez1, J. I. Lew1, J. E. Sola1 ; 1University Of
Miami Leonard M. Miller School Of Medicine, Miami, FL
44.7.Exogenous Shh Protein Does Not Rescue Intestinal Development During Atresia Formation. A. L. Reeder1, K. M. Zaremba1,
P. F. Nichol1 ; 1University Of Wisconsin Department Of Surgery,
Madison, WI
44.3.Prevention Of Antibiotic-Associated Obesity In Mice By Intestinal Alkaline Phosphatase K. P. Economopoulos1, R. Ahmed1, S.
Hakimian1, O. Moaven1, K. Kaliannan1, S. N. Alam1, N. Muhammad1,
S. R. Hamarneh1, M. Mohamed1, A. K. Bhan2, M. S. Malo1, R. A.
Hodin1 ; 1Department Of Surgery, Massachusetts General Hospital,
Harvard Medical School, Boston , MA; 2Department Of Pathology,
Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical School, Boston
, MA 44.8.Elevated Urinary Intestinal Fatty Acid Binding Protein Precedes Clinical Indicators Of Necrotizing Enterocolitis D. Stadie1, D. S. Boskovic2, M. S. Plank2, L. Slater2, Y. Asmerom2, D. M.
Angeles2, G. Gollin1 ; 1Loma Linda University School Of Medicine
And Children’s Hospital, Division Of Pediatric Surgery, Loma Linda,
CA; 2Loma Linda University School Of Medicine, Department Of
Basic Sciences, Loma Linda, CA
44.5.An Institutional Analysis And Systematic Review With Metaanalysis Of Pneumatic Versus Hydrostatic Reduction For Pediatric Intussusception A. Beres1, H. Hsieh1, M. Abou Khalil1, R.
Baird1 ; 1Division Of Pediatric Surgery, Montreal, Quebec
44.9.Mitochondrial Failure Contributes To The Pathogenesis Of
Experimental Colitis K. P. Mollen1,2, G. Vincent1, S. P. Whelan2, M.
D. Neal2, B. S. Zuckerbraun2, D. J. Hackam1,2 ; 1Children’s Hospital
Of Pittsburgh Of UPMC, Pittsburgh, PA; 2University Of Pittsburgh
Medical Center - Department Of Surgery, Pittsburgh, PA
44.10.Toll Like Receptor 4 (TLR4) Regulates The Recruitment Of
CD4+ T Cells In The Newborn Intestine In The Pathogenesis
Of Necrotizing Enterocolitis J. Y. Lin1, C. E. Egan1, C. Sodhi1,
J. Landreneau1, M. Good1, H. Jia1, A. Afrazi1, M. Branca1, C. Ma1,
T. Prindle1, D. J. Hackam1 ; 1Children’s Hospital Of Pittsburgh Of
UPMC, Pittsburgh, PA
Trauma/Critical Care 4: Basic Science Of Hemorrhage, Resuscitation And Healing
Conti
Moderators: Suresh Agarwal, MD & James W. Suliburk, MD
45.1.Direct Peritoneal Resuscitation Prevents Cytoplasmic
HMGB1 After Hemorrhagic Shock T. H. Rogers1, P. J. Matheson1,2, C. D. Downard1,2, R. N. Garrison1,2, J. W. Smith1 ; 1University
Of Louisville Department Of Surgery, Louisville, KY; 2Robley Rex
Veterans Affairs Medical Center, Louisville, KY
45.2.Sublingual Microscopy As A Measure Of Tissue Perfusion In
Trauma Y. L. Lee1,2, A. Schneider1, J. D. Simmons1, W. O. Richards1
; 1University Of South Alabama Department Of Surgery, Mobile,
AL; 2University Of South Alabama Department Of Pharmacology,
Mobile, AL
45.3.Deficiency In Cold-Inducible RNA-Binding Protein (CIRP)
Improves Cutaneous Wound Healing J. Idrovo1, M. Kuncewitch1,
W. Yang1,2, J. Nicastro1, G. F. Coppa1, P. Wang1,2 ; 1Department Of
Surgery, Hofstra North Shore-LIJ School Of Medicine, Manhasset,
NY; 2The Feinstein Institute For Medical Research, Manhasset, NY
45.4.Beneficial Effects Of Histone Deacetylase Inhibition With Severe Hemorrhage And Ischemia-Reperfusion Injury M. W. Causey1, S. Miller1, Z. Hoffer1, J. Stallings1, M. Martin1 ; 1Madigan Army
Medical Center, Tacoma, WA
45.5.Blocking Tregulatory Cell Response Impairs MSC-Mediated
Wound Healing K. M. Cook1, L. Pasupuleti1, W. D. Alzate1, A. M.
Mohr1, D. H. Livingston1, Z. C. Sifri1 ; 1UMDNJ-New Jersey Medical
School, Newark, NJ
45.6.Pharmacological Modulation Of Mitochondrial Dysfunctioninduced Cerebral Metabolic Derangement And Excitotoxicity
In A Porcine Model Of Traumatic Brain Injury And Hemorrhagic
Shock J. O. Hwabejire1, G. Jin1, A. M. Imam1, M. Duggan1, M. Sillesen1, D. Deperalta1, C. H. Jepsen1, J. Lu1, Y. Li1, M. A. DeMoya1,
G. C. Velmahos1, S. Socrate2, H. B. Alam1,3 ; 1Division Of Trauma,
Emergency Surgery And Surgical Critical Care, MGH, Boston,
MA; 2Harvard-MIT Division Of Health Sciences And Technology,
Cambridge, MA; 3University Of Michigan Department Of Surgery,
Ann Arbor, Michigan
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45.7.Synergistic Effects Of Fresh Frozen Plasma And Valproic
Acid Treatment In A Combined Model Of Traumatic Brain Injury And Hemorrhagic Shock A. M. Imam1, G. Jin1, M. Duggan1,
M. A. DeMoya1, M. Sillesen1, D. Deperalta1, J. Hwabejire1, C. H.
Jepsen1, B. Liu1, J. Lu1, Y. Li1, S. Socrate2, H. B. Alam1,3 ; 1Division
Of Trauma, Emergency Surgery And Surgical Critical Care, Boston
, MA; 2Harvard-MIT Division Of Health Sciences And Technology,
Cambridge, MA; 3University Of Michigan Department Of Surgery,
Ann Arbor, Michigan
45.8.Wnt Agonist Decreases Tissue Damage and Improves Renal
Function After Ischemia-Reperfusion M. Kuncewitch1, W. Yang1,2,
J. Nicastro1, G. F. Coppa1, P. Wang1,2 ; 1Department Of Surgery,
Hofstra North Shore-LIJ School Of Medicine, Manhasset, NY; 2The
Feinstein Institute For Medical Research, Manhasset, NY
45.9.Neutrophil Derived Microparticles Are Formed Upon TNF-?
Treatment Of Neutrophils Through The Activation Of TNF
Receptor 1 And Caspase 8 B. L. Johnson1, P. Prakash1, C. C.
Caldwell1 ; 1University Of Cincinnati College Of Medicine - Department Of Surgery, Cincinnati, Ohio
45.10.Fresh Frozen Plasma Attenuates Circulating Nucleosome
Levels And DNASe1 Depletion Following Traumatic Brain Injury And Shock M. Sillesen1,2, G. Jin1, R. Oklu3, H. Albadawi3, A.
M. Imam1, C. H. Jepsen1, M. Duggan1, J. O. Hwabejire1, J. Lu1, G.
C. Velmahos1, D. Deperalta1, S. Ostrowski4, P. I. Johansson4,5, L.
S. Rasmussen2, H. B. Alam1,6 ; 1Division Of Trauma, Emergency
Surgery And Surgical Critical Care, Massachusetts General Hospital/Harvard, Boston , MA; 2Copenhagen University Hospital,
Rigshospitalet. Department Of Anesthesia, Center Of Head And
Orthopedics. , Copenhagen, -; 3Division Of Vascular Imaging And
Intervention, Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical
School, Boston, MA; 4Section For Transfusion Medicine, Copenhagen University Hospital, Rigshospitalet, Copenhagen, -; 5University
Of Texas Health Science Centre At Houston, Houston, TX; 6University Of Michigan Department Of Surgery, Ann Arbor, Michigan
February 5 - 7, 2013
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44.4.Peritoneal Treatment With Buffered 1.5% Glucose Solution
Improves Intestinal Blood Flow In Necrotizing Enterocolitis M.
T. Schreiner1, P. J. Matheson1,2, S. K. Walker1, J. W. Smith1, R. N.
Garrison1,2, C. D. Downard1,2 ; 1University Of Louisville Department
Of Surgery, Louisville, KY; 2Robley Rex Veterans Affairs Medical
Center, Louisville, KY
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44.1.Integrin Beta-1 Is Critical For Gastrin-Releasing Peptide
Receptor-Mediated Neuroblastoma Cell Migration And Invasion
E. L. Long1, S. Lee1, J. Qiao1, D. H. Chung1 ; 1Vanderbilt University
Medical Center Department Of Pediatric Surgery, Nashville, TN
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7:30AM - 9:30AMIntegrated
Thursday, February 7, 2013
Oral Presentation Sessions II (continued)
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Trauma/Critical Care 5: Basic Science: Inflammation And Sepsis
Pontalba
Moderator: Matthew J. Martin, MD
46.1.Hernia Repair Outcomes In A Rat Model Are Impacted By
Doxycycline Administration J. C. Tharappel1, J. S. Roth1 ; 1University Of Kentucky College Of Medicine, Lexington, KY
46.2.Changes In Neutrophil Directional Motility In Burn Patients
With Sepsis C. N. Jones1, L. Dimisko1, M. Moore1, M. Bilodeau1,
M. Lydon1, S. Fagan1, D. Irimia1 ; 1Surgery Department, Massachusetts General Hospital, Shriners Hospital For Children, And Harvard
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46.3.Migration Of Invariant Natural Killer T-Cells In Response To
Peritonitis Is Dependent Upon Direct Ligation Of PD-1:PD-L1
On These Cells And Not Indirect Actions J. S. Young1, C. Chung1,
W. G. Cioffi1, A. Ayala1, D. S. Heffernan1 ; 1Division Of Surgical Research, Department Of Surgery, Providence, RI
46.4.Novel Pharmacological Treatment Attenuates Septic Shock
And Improves Long-Term Survival. T. Zhao1, Y. Li1, B. Liu1, Z.
Liu1, M. Sillesen1, D. Deperalta1, G. C. Velmahos1, H. B. Alam1,2
; 1Division Of Trauma, Emergency Surgery And Surgical Critical
Care, MGH, Boston , MA; 2University Of Michigan Department Of
Surgery, Ann Arbor, MI
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46.5.RNA From Necrotic Cells Drives The Acute Inflammatory
Response And Injury Through Toll-Like Receptor-3 (TLR-3)
Dependent Pathway In Lung Contusion D. Machado-Aranda1, M.
Suresh1, B. Yu1, K. Cavassani2, C. Hogaboam2, A. Raghavan1, K.
Raghavendran1 ; 1University Of Michigan Department Of Surgery,
Ann Arbor, Michigan; 2University Of Michigan Department Of Pathology, Ann Arbor, Michigan
46.6.Presence Of Luminal Macrophage Chemoattractant Protein 1
(MCP-1/CCL2) Increases Leukocyte Recruitment To The Intestine S. G. Miller1, S. R. Bailey1, A. B. Lentsch1, T. A. Pritts1 ; 1University Of Cincinnati College Of Medicine - Department Of Surgery,
Cincinnati, OH
46.7.Soluble CD14 Prevents LPS-Mediated IL-8 Production In Intestinal Epithelial Cells S. G. Miller1, S. R. Bailey1, A. B. Lentsch1,
T. A. Pritts1 ; 1University Of Cincinnati College Of Medicine - Department Of Surgery, Cincinnati, OH
46.8.Distinct Immature Myeloid Populations Arise After Radiation
Combined With Thermal Injury A. E. Mendoza1, B. M. Linz2, L. B.
Kartchner2, W. J. Brickey2, J. Ting2, B. A. Cairns1, R. Maile1,2 ; 1University Of North Carolina - Department Of General Surgery, Chapel
Hill, NC; 2University Of North Carolina At Chapel Hill Department Of
Microbiology And Immunology, Chapel Hill, NC
46.9.Stem Cell Antigen-1 Promotes The Granulopoietic Response
To Escherichia Coli Bacteremia X. Shi1, W. Zhang1, M. D. Basson1, P. Zhang1 ; 1Department Of Surgery, Michigan State University College Of Human Medicine, Lansing, MI
46.10.Levels Of The Receptor For Advanced Gylcation End Products After Gastric Aspiration Induced Acute Lung Injury In Mice
With High AGE Diet P. J. Smit1,2, B. A. Davidson2, B. A. Mullan2, J.
Helinski2, M. T. Dayton1, P. R. Knight2, W. A. Guo1 ; 1Department Of
Surgery, SUNY Buffalo, Buffalo, NY; 2Department Of Anesthesiology, SUNY Buffalo, Buffalo, NY
Vascular 2: Endothelial Cell / Intimal Hyperplasia
Chamber 4
Moderators: Heitham Hassoun, MD & Omaida C. Velazquez, MD
47.1.SiRNA Transfection With Cholesterol Modification From
Electrospun PET Facilitates Gene Silencing In Human Aortic
Smooth Muscle Cells M. C. Chun1,5, H. S. Oliver-Allen2, C. S.
Nabzdyk3, S. G. Pathan4, M. D. Phaneuf4, L. Pradhan-Nabzdyk1,
F. W. LoGerfo1 ; 1Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center - Harvard Medical School , Boston , MA; 2Indiana University School Of
Medicine, Indianapolis, IN; 3Tufts Medical Center Department Of
Surgery, Boston, MA; 4BioSurfaces Inc, Ashland, MA; 5New York
College Of Osteopathic Medicine, Old Westbury, NY
47.2.Effective Intraluminal Delivery Of TSP-2 SiRNA To Reduce
Intimal Hyperplasia In A Rat Model W. B. Pratt1, J. D. Glaser2, M.
A. Contreras1, L. Pradhan-Nabzdyk1, F. W. LoGerfo1 ; 1Beth Israel
Deaconess Medical Center - Harvard Medical School , Boston ,
MA; 2Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center, Lebanon, NH
47.3.Testosterone Attenuates Matrix Metalloproteinase Activity
And The Cellular Processes Of Intimal Hyperplasia In Vitro D. J.
Mountain1, S. S. Kirkpatrick1, J. W. Beddies1, M. H. Goldman1, M. B.
Freeman1, F. A. Klein1, O. H. Grandas1 ; 1University Of Tennessee
Graduate School Of Medicine, Knoxville, TN
47.4.Interleukin 18 (IL-18) Regulates Human Saphenous Vein
Smooth Muscle Cell Function P. Patel1,2, A. Gurav1, M. Chun1,3, F.
W. LoGerfo1, L. Pradhan Nabzdyk1 ; 1Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center - Harvard Medical School , Boston , MA; 2Robert Wood
Johnson - UMDNJ, New Brunswick, NJ; 3New York College Of Osteopathic Medicine, Old Westbury, NY
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47.5.Cytoplasmic Tyrosine 774 Is Critical For Eph-B4 Function C.
D. Protack1, D. Lu1, K. Yamamoto1, W. Williams1, R. Assi1, M. Hall1,
A. Dardik1 ; 1Yale University School Of Medicine. Department Of
Surgery. Vascular Biology And Therapeutics Program., New Haven,
CT
47.6.Nitric Oxide Prevents Adventitial Fibroblast Proliferation By
Preventing UbcH10-Mediated Degradation Of Cyclin A N. D.
Tsihlis1, K. W. Freischlag1, M. R. Kibbe1 ; 1Northwestern University
Division Of Vascular Surgery, Chicago, IL
47.7.Tectonic1, A New Hedgehog Signaling Molecule, Upregulates
Endothelial Nitric Oxide Synthase In Human Endothelial Cells
M. Jamaluddin1, Z. Liang1, J. L1, Q. Yao1, C. Chen1 ; 1Baylor College
Of Medicine, Houston, Texas
47.8.Recombinant Bcl-xL Protein Attenuates TNF-alpha Induced
Microvascular Endothelial Cell Hyperpermeability D. A. Sawant1,
B. Tharakan2, F. A. Hunter1, E. W. Childs1 ; 1Department Of Surgery, Morehouse School Of Medicine, Atlanta, GA; 2Department Of
Surgery, Texas A&M Health Science Center College Of Medicine &
Scott And White Healthcare, Temple, TX
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Thursday, February 7, 2013
Morning Break in Exhibit Area
10:00AM - 11:00AM
AAS Research Awards
Presented by Lillian S. Kao, MD, MS & Julie Ann Sosa, MD
Crescent City Ballroom
Roosevelt
48.1.Ischemia, Hypoxia And Oxidative Stress In Bladder Outlet Obstruction And Bladder Overdistention Injury
T. Lin1; 1Taiwan Surgical Association. T UE s d a y
9:30AM - 10:00AM
48.2.“MicroRNA-9 targets ATG5 to block autophagy and induce cell death in medullary thyroid carcinoma”
Justin Gundara1; 1Surgical Research Society of Australasia.
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SUS Research Awards & SUS International Speaker Presentations
Presented by Dev Desai, MD, SUS Scholarship Committee Chair &
the SUS International Speakers
Waldorf Astoria Ballroom
49.1.Clinical Significance Of CXCL-8 And CXCR-2 Network In Esophageal Cancer M. Ogura1, H. Takeuchi1, H.
Kawakubo1, T. Omoi1, Y. Kitagawa1 ; 1Keio University, Tokyo , 160-8582
11:00AM - 12:00PM
Education Plenary Session
Moderators: Kelli Bullard-Dunn, MD & Bethany Sacks, MD
Roosevelt
50.2.Effect Of Competitive Training On A Virtual Reality Simulator On Surgical Performance: A Randomized
Controlled Trial D. A. Hashimoto1,2, A. Khajuria1, L. Beyer-Berjot1, N. N. Williams2, A. Darzi1, R. Aggarwal1 ; 1Imperial
College London - Department Of Surgery And Cancer, London , London; 2Perelman School Of Medicine, University Of
Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA 50.3.Life Events Of Surgical Residents: Discrepancies Persist Between Women And Men M. M. Chen1, H. Yeo2, S. A.
Roman1, J. A. Sosa1 ; 1Yale University School Of Medicine, New Haven, CT; 2Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center,
New York, NY
50.4.Shifting Schedules...Unchanged Performance: Psychomotor Evaluation Of General Surgery Residents On 24Hour Call And Night Float Work Shifts W. S. Yi1, S. Hafiz1, J. A. Sava1 ; 1Washington Hospital Center, Washington, DC
50.5.Medical Students Expectations On The Surgical Clerkship Exceed Those Of The Residents And Faculty R. C.
Quillin1, T. A. Pritts1, A. D. Tevar2, M. J. Edwards1, B. R. Davis1 ; 1University Of Cincinnati College Of Medicine - Department Of Surgery, Cincinnati, OH; 2University Of Pittsburgh - Thomas E. Starzl Transplantation Institute, Pittsburg, PA
Lunch in Exhibit Area
Crescent City Ballroom
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Education Committee Session Roosevelt
“Integrated Subspecialty Programs: Way of the Future or Recipe for Disaster?”
Moderators: Kelli Bullard-Dunn, MD & Wei Zhou, MD
• Cardiothoracic Surgery
• Plastic Surgery
• Vascular Surgery
• ACGME/ABS At the end of this session, participants will be able to:
1.Understand early specialization.
2.Understand the impact of early specialization on general surgery training.
3.Appreciate the benefits and potential issues facing program directors and trainees.
4.Gain insights into the position of the American Board of Surgery and ACGME.
Michael Acker, MD
Michael Neumeister, MD
Ronald Dalman, MD
John Potts, MD
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50.1.Preventable Mortality: Does The Perspective Matter When Determining Preventability? M. Gupta1, C. Cutilli2, C.
Reinke1, C. Kean2, N. Fishman2, B. Fuchs2, P. Sullivan2, R. Kelz1 ; 1University Of Pennsylvania - Department Of Surgery,
Philadelphia, PA; 2University Of Pennsylvania Health System, Philadelphia, PA 12:00PM - 1:30PM
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10:00AM - 11:00AM SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM
Thursday, February 7, 2013
12:00PM - 1:30PMHot
Topic Session: “Bleeding in the Operating Room – Why It’s Bad & How to Stop It!”
Orpheum
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Moderators: Victor Ferraris, MD & Col. Todd E. Rasmussen, MD, USAF, MC
• Does Intraoperative Blood Transfusion Help? What is the evidence?
• Bleeding in Cardiac Surgery: Lessons Learned and
Translation to Elective and Emergency Surgery
Victor Ferraris, MD
Todd Rosengart, MD
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• Bleeding in the Setting of Trauma: Lessons in Surgical Hemostasis
from the Wars in Afghanistan and Iraq
Lt. Col. Gerald R. Fortuna, MD, USAF, MC
• Bleeding in the Setting of Trauma: Lessons in Hemostatic
Resuscitation from the Wars in Afghanistan and Iraq
Lt. Col. Jeremy W. Cannon, MD, USAF, MC
• Management of Bleeding in the Non-Surgical, Non-Trauma Patient:
A Transfusion Medicine Perspective
Lawrence (Tim) Goodnough, MD
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At the end of this session, participants will be able to:
1.Identify clinical factors placing patients at high risk for perioperative bleeding.
2.Gain comfort in the multi-modality approach to blood conservation that broadens the focus from limiting
blood transfusion to a more comprehensive strategy that includes maintaining adequate hemoglobin concentration, optimizing hemostasis, and minimizing blood loss in order to limit transfusion.
3.Understand the differences in transfusion strategies in civilian and military trauma compared to elective or
semi-elective operations.
4.Understand options for handling massive transfusion and treatment of intractable bleeding in the civilian
and military settings.
5.Learn the value of a multidisciplinary approach to management of blood resources, especially as it relates
to uncontrolled bleeding.
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Hot Topic Session: “Global Health and Academic Surgery: Practical Perspectives”
Moderators: Chandra Are, MD & Purvi Parikh, MD
• Resident’s Perspective (Clinical Aspects)
• Resident’s Perspective (Research Aspects) • Junior Faculty’s Perspective Randeep Jawa, MD
• Senior Faculty’s Perspective Ray Price, MD
• Program Director’s Perspective At the end of this session, participants will be able to:
1.Provide practical perspectives and knowledge on global surgical healthcare, as part of surgical
educational curricula and as volunteer or outreach work for the academic surgical community.
2.Provide a rationale for the involvement of the academic surgical community in these global health
endeavors.
3.Outline methods to develop surgical capacity in the third world in which the academic surgical community
can play a vital and much needed role.
4.Delineate the clinical and research avenues where the involvement of the academic surgical community
can be beneficial.
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Waldorf Astoria Ballroom
Paul Kolkman, MD
Megan Frost, MD
Chandra Are, MD
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SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM
Thursday, February 7, 2013
1:30PM - 3:00PM
Outcomes Panel Discussion: “Surgical Outcomes Research:
Setting the Agenda for the Next 10 Years”
Moderator: Heather Neuman, MD
• Delivery System Reform (Policy)
• Systems Redesign (Safety/Quality)
• Patient-Centered Outcomes Research/Comparative Effectiveness Research • Disparities Research
At the end of the session, participants will be able to:
1.Discuss cutting edge research and important future directions in the four key domains of health services.
2.Describe key issues in health care policy reform affecting surgeons.
3.Understand major concepts in systems redesign, with a focus on the safety and quality of surgical care.
4.Describe the evolution of and major advances in patient-centered outcomes research and comparative effectiveness research.
5.Identify cutting-edge approaches to understanding and reducing health disparities.
3:00PM - 3:30PM
Afternoon Break
Waldorf Astoria
Caprice Greenberg, MD
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Justin B. Dimick, MD, MPH
George Chang, MD
Sandra Wong, MD
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SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM
3:30PM - 5:30PMIntegrated
Thursday, February 7, 2013
Quick Shot Session II
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Clinical Trials/Outcomes 3: Safety And Prevention
Salon III
Moderators: Amir A. Ghaferi, MD & Mary Hawn, MD
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51.1.National Costs Of Trauma Care: A Burden On Hospitals Or
Taxpayers? N. Y. Enwerem1, A. Obirieze2, X. Hui1, Z. G. Hashmi4,
V. K. Scott1, E. Cornwell2, E. B. Schneider1, A. H. Haider1 ; 1Center
For Surgical Trials And Outcomes Research(CSTOR), Baltimore,
Maryland; 2Outcomes Research Center, Department Of Surgery,
, DC, Washington; 3Center For Surgical Trials And Outcomes
Research(CSTOR), Baltimore, Maryland; 4Center For Surgical Trials
And Outcomes Research(CSTOR), Baltimore, Maryland; 5Center
For Surgical Trials And Outcomes Research(CSTOR), Baltimore,
Maryland; 6Outcomes Research Center, Department Of Surgery,
, DC, Washington; 7Center For Surgical Trials And Outcomes
Research(CSTOR), Baltimore, Maryland; 8Center For Surgical Trials
And Outcomes Research(CSTOR), Baltimore, Maryland
51.2.General Surgeon Workforce In The Era Of The Affordable
Care Act M. G. Jerkins1, T. C. Fabian1, B. L. Zarzaur1 ; 1University
Of Tennessee Health Science Center, Memphis, TN
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51.3.Follow The Leader? The Impact Of Leadership Style On Team
Performance In The OR Y. Hu1,2, S. H. Parker3, A. F. Arriaga1, S.
E. Peyre4, K. A. Corso1, E. M. Roth5, S. J. Yule1, C. C. Greenberg6
; 1Brigham & Women’s Hospital, Boston, MA; 2Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Boston, MA; 3MedStar Health Research Institute, Washington, DC; 4University Of Rochester Medical Center,
Rochester, NY; 5Roth Cognitive Engineering, Brookline, MA; 6University Of Wisconsin , Madison, WI
51.4.Inaccurate Coding Of Surgical Complications : How Can
Physicians Improve A Flawed Process? J. R. Sasson1, H. S.
Moghaddas1, S. Rehmani1, E. Johansson1, F. Y. Bhora1 ; 1St.
Luke’s Roosevelt Hospital Center, University Hospital Of Columbia
University College Of Physicians And Surgeons, New York, NY
51.5.Impact Of BMI On Surgical Outcomes In 1076 Consecutive
Patients With Sporadic Primary Hyperparathyroidism A. J.
Lewis1, K. L. McCoy1, M. J. Armstrong1, M. T. Stang1, N. H. Chen1,
A. L. Melck2, S. E. Carty1, L. Yip1 ; 1University Of Pittsburgh - Department Of Surgery, Pittsburgh, PA; 2University Of British Columbia - Department Of Surgery, Vancouver, British Columbia
51.6.Are Physician Orders Enough? Compliance With Mechanical
Thromboembolism Prophylaxis In Surgical Patients. L. Lajoie1,
M. D. Georgiades1, A. Schwartzman1 ; 1SUNY - Downstate Medical
Center, Brooklyn, New York
51.7.Watchful Waiting In Ventral/Incisional Hernia’s: At What
Cost? P. Parikh1, K. Gutierrez1, D. Pechman1, M. Duque1, C. Schulman1, G. Garcia1, N. Namias1, A. Livingstone1, F. Habib1 ; 1Univeristy Of Miami/Jackson Memorial Hospital, Miami, Florida
51.8.Discharge Planning Practices And Readmission After Major
Surgery M. E. Girotti1, J. D. Birkmeyer1, J. B. Dimick1 ; 1University
Of Michigan Center For Healthcare Outcomes & Policy (CHOP), Ann
Arbor, Michigan
51.9.Measuring The Relative Importance Of Selected Discharge
Criteria Among Practicing Surgeons I. L. Leeds1, V. Sadiraj2, J.
C. Cox2, K. E. Schnier2, J. F. Sweeney1 ; 1Emory University School
Of Medicine, Department Of Surgery, Division Of General And GI
Surgery, Atlanta, GA; 2Georgia State University, Department Of
Economics And Experimental Economics Center, Atlanta, GA
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51.10.Surgeon Fatigue Does Not Affect Morbidity Or Mortality
After Esophagectomy S. S. Kizy1, S. Ponto1, J. Lin1, A. Chang1, M.
Orringer1, R. Reddy1 ; 1Section Of Thoracic Surgery , Ann Arbor,
Michigan
51.11.Need For Foley Catheterization In Children With Perforated
Appendicitis E. M. Knott1, N. Sharp1, P. Thomas1, S. D. St. Peter1
; 1Children’s Mercy Hospital- University Of Missouri Kansas City,
Kansas City, MO
51.12.Comparison Of Traditional And Universal Bed Health Care
Delivery System After Lobectomy By Open Thoracotomy For
Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer: A Decade Of Single-Center
Experience V. L. Sales1, B. Nam1, T. M. Anne2, T. Hoang2, T. C.
Campbell2, G. M. Cannon3, W. M. Horton4, J. M. Key4, T. L. Weigel1
; 1Section Of Thoracic Surgery, University Of Wisconsin Carbone
Cancer Center, UW- Madison School Of Medicine And Public
Health, Madison, WI; 2Division Of Hematology/Oncology, University Of Wisconsin Carbone Cancer Center, UW- Madison School
Of Medicine And Public Health, Madison, WI; 3Department Of
Human Oncology, University Of Wisconsin Carbone Cancer Center,
UW- Madison School Of Medicine And Public Health, Madison,
WI; 4University Of Wisconsin Hospital And Clinics, Madison, WI
51.13.Ileostomy Creation During Colorectal Cancer Surgery Is
Associated With Increased Risk Of Acute Kidney Injury K. S.
Lau1, L. T. Li1, V. Ramanathan2, S. T. Orcutt1, G. M. Barden1, N. J.
Petersen3, S. Sangiry3,4,5, A. D. Naik4, A. Artinyan1,6, D. Albo1, D. H.
Berger1,3,6, D. A. Anaya1,3,6 ; 1Michael E. DeBakey Department Of
Surgery, Baylor College Of Medicine, Houston, TX; 2Department
Of Medicine, Division Of Nephrology, Baylor College Of Medicine,
Houston, TX; 3Houston VA Health Services Research & Development Center Of Excellence, Houston, TX; 4Department Of Medicine, Baylor College Of Medicine, Houston, TX; 5South Central
Mental Illness Research Education And Clinical Center, Houston,
TX; 6Operative Care Line, Michael E. DeBakey VA Medical Center,
Houston, TX
51.14.Impact Of Poor Follow-up Surveillance For Significant
Extremity Arterial Trauma R. Blochle1, S. Saquib1, R. Blochle1
; 1SUNY At Buffalo Department Of Surgery, Buffalo , NY
51.15.The “Weekend Effect” In Hernia Repairs P. Parikh1, K. Gutierrez1, D. Pechman1, M. Duque1, G. Garcia1, C. Schulman1, A. Livingstone1, F. Habib1 ; 1University Of Miami/Jackson Memorial Hospital,
Miami, Florida
51.16.Allegations Of Malpractice In Trauma: Frequency, Cost,
Causes And Prevention P. Parikh1, A. Wilson1, K. Gutierrez1, M.
Duque1, G. Garcia1, C. Schulman1, N. Namias1, A. Livingstone1, F.
Habib1 ; 1University Of Miami/Jackson Memorial Hospital, Miami,
Florida
51.17.Pediatric Adverse Event Reporting And The Role Of Patient
Safety Organizations E. M. Pontarelli1, E. C. Jesudason1, J. E.
Stein1 ; 1Children’s Hospital Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA
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Salon IV
Moderators: Timothy C. Lee, MD & Nipun Merchant, MD
52.9.Short Term Pain As A Predictor Of Chronic Pain After Inguinal Hernia Repair J. F. Bradley1, A. L. Walters1, K. B. Williams1,
B. A. Wormer1, V. A. Augenstein1, I. Belyansky2, B. T. Heniford1
; 1Carolinas Medical Center, Charlotte, NC; 2Anne Arundel Medical
Center, Annapolis, Maryland
52.2.Increased Efficiency Of Endocrine Procedures Performed
In An Ambulatory Operating Center N. Clark1, S. Vrabec1, D. F.
Schneider1, P. S. Bauer1, H. Chen1, R. S. Sippel1 ; 1University Of
Wisconsin - Madison Department Of Surgery , Madison, WI
52.10.Factors Predictive Of Ablation, Surgical Resection Or
Transplantation For Hepatocellular Carcinoma: Analysis Of The
Texas Cancer Registry C. J. Wray1,2, U. R. Phatak1,2, T. C. Ko2, J.
S. Bynon2, L. S. Kao1,2 ; 1UTHealth Center For Clinical And Translational Sciences, Houston, Texas; 2University Of Texas Health Science Center At Houston, Houston, Texas
52.3.Cost And Quality Of Life Thresholds That Determine The
Cost-Effectiveness Of Scarless Thyroidectomy K. Zanocco1,2, D.
Elaraj1, C. Sturgeon1 ; 1Northwestern University Department Of Surgery, Chicago, IL; 2Northwestern University Center For Healthcare
Studies, Chicago, IL
52.5.Factors Affecting Variation In Receipt Of Surgical Intervention For Hepatic Malignancies At A High Volume Liver Cancer
Center A. P. Chidi1, D. A. Geller2, C. Bryce3, A. Tsung2 ; 1University
Of Pittsburgh School Of Medicine, Piitsburgh, PA; 2University Of
Pittsburgh Medical Center - Department Of Surgery, Pittsburgh,
PA; 3University Of Pittsburgh Graduate School Of Public Health,
Pittsburgh, PA
52.6.Younger Age Is Associated With Increased Risk Of Hypoparathyroidism After Thyroidectomy For Graves Disease K. E.
Lewis1, G. G. Callender1, E. T. Stephen1, F. L. Harden1, M. B. Flynn1,
J. M. Bumpous1, R. E. Goldstein1, A. R. Quillo1 ; 1University Of Louisville Department Of Surgery, Louisville, KY
52.7.Increased Death And Complications After Appendectomy
In Patients With Cerebral Palsy: Are Special Needs Patients
At Risk For Disparities In Outcomes? N. Dhiman1, A. Chi1, T. M.
Pawlik1, D. T. Efron1, E. R. Haut1, E. B. Schneider1, Z. G. Hashmi1, V.
K. Scott1, X. Hui1, M. T. Ali1, A. H. Haider1 ; 1Johns Hopkins Center
For Surgical Trials And Outcomes Research (CSTOR), Baltimore,
MD
52.8.Incidental Primary Ventral Hernias: To Repair Or Not To
Repair J. A. Davis1, R. L. Berger1, M. L. Clapp1, N. S. Becker1, C.
Chu1, L. T. Li1, S. C. Hicks2, D. H. Berger1, S. S. Awad1, M. K. Liang1
; 1Baylor College Of Medicine And The Michael E. DeBakey VA
Medical Center, Houston, Texas; 2Rice University, Houston, Texas
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52.12.Unilateral Thyroidectomy For The Treatment Of Benign Multinodular Goiter P. S. Bauer1, S. Murray1, N. Clark1, D. S. Pontes1,
R. S. Sippel1, H. Chen1 ; 1University Of Wisconsin - Madison Department Of Surgery , Madison, WI
52.13.Analysis Of 405 Parathyroid Glands Resected During Radioguided Parathyroidectomy For Tertiary Hyperparathyroidism Y.
R. Somnay1, R. Sippel1, H. Chen1 ; 1University Of Wisconsin - Madison Department Of Surgery , Madison, WI
52.14.Outcomes Of Elective And Emergent Herniorrhaphy In
Octogenarians T. Pham1,2, S. P. Dineen1,2, E. H. Livingston1,2, S.
Huerta1,2 ; 1University Of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas, TX; 2VA North Texas Health Care System, Dallas, TX
52.15.Timing Of Operation And Postoperative Outcomes In Patients Requiring Admission For Bowel Obstruction. R. S. Turley1,
C. McCoy1, J. Keenan1, M. L. Shapiro1, J. Migaly1, J. E. Scarborough1 ; 1Duke University Medical Center, Durham, N/A
52.16.Endovascular Repair Of Thoracic Aortic Injury: Initial Experience At The Puerto Rico Trauma Center J. L. Velazquez
1
, G. Rivera1, S. Grigg4, P. Rodriguez3, F. Joglar2 ; 1University Of
Puerto Rico School Of Medicine, General Surgery Section, San
Juan, Puerto Rico; 2University Of Puerto Rico School Of Medicine,
Vascular Surgery Section., San Juan, Puerto Rico; 3University Of
Puerto Rico School Of Medicine, Trauma Surgery Section., San
Juan, Puerto Rico; 4University Of Puerto Rico School Of Medicine,
Puerto Rico, Puerto Rico
52.17.Insurance Type, Not Race, Predicts Mortality After Pediatric Trauma S. S. Short1, D. Liou1, M. B. Singer1, D. Margulies1, M.
Bukur1, A. Salim1, E. J. Ley1 ; 1Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, Los
Angeles, California
February 5 - 7, 2013
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52.4.Death After Elective Major Abdominal Resection – Intraoperative Data And Major Complications In The First 5 Postoperative Days Provide Little Additional Prediction Capability Over
Preoperative Data Alone N. J. Gusani1, J. T. Kaifi1, E. T. Kimchi1,
N. H. Bhayani1, L. Enomoto1, E. Schaefer1, K. F. Staveley-O’Carroll1,
C. S. Hollenbeak1 ; 1Section Of Surgical Oncology, Penn State College Of Medicine, Hershey, PA
52.11.Major Hepatic Resection Is Safe In Patients With Coronary
Artery Disease. M. E. Lidsky1, R. S. Turley1, A. S. Barbas1, S. K.
Reddy2, B. M. Clary1 ; 1Duke University Medical Center, Durham,
NC; 2University Of Pittsburg Medical Center, Pittsburgh, PA
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52.1.Establishment Of A Specialty Hernia Referral Center Increases Surgical Volume And Has A Significant Institutional Financial Impact K. B. Williams1, J. F. Bradley1, B. A. Wormer1, K. T.
Dacey1, I. Belyansky1, K. Kercher1, T. Heniford1 ; 1Carolinas Medical
Center, Charlotte, NC
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Clinical Trials/Outcomes 5: Diagnostic Measures And Quality
Salon V
Moderators: Ravi J. Chokshi, MD & Sergio Huerta, MD
53.1.The Limitations Of An IPTH-Based Protocol For The Prevention Of Symptomatic Hypocalcemia After Thyroidectomy Y. M.
Carter3, H. Chen3, R. S. Sippel3 ; 1University Of Wisconsin Department Of Surgery, Madison, WI; 2University Of Wisconsin Department Of Surgery, Madison, WI; 3University Of Wisconsin - Madison
Department Of Surgery , Madison, WI
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53.2.Validation Of The Surgical Apgar Score In A Veteran Population M. Melis1, A. Pinna1, A. S. Rosman3, D. Neihaus2, S. Okochi2,
J. K. Saunders1, E. Newman1, T. H. Gouge1 ; 1New York University
School Of Medicine And NYHHS VAMC, New York, NY; 2New York
Harbor Healthcare System VAMC, New York, NY; 3Mount Sinai
School Of Medicine And James J. Peters VAMC, Bronx, NY
53.3.Negative Imaging Is Not A Contraindication To Surgical
Parathyroidectomy H. Wachtel1, M. C. Wismer1, E. K. Bartlett1, P.
K. Shah1, K. K. Shah1, R. R. Kelz1, G. C. Karakousis1, D. L. Fraker1
; 1Hospital Of The University Of Pennsylvania , Philadelpha, PA
THURsday
53.4.Evaluation Of Surgical APAGAR Scale In The Prediction Of
Postoperative Complications And Mortality: A Prospective
Analysis In A Fourth Level Center In Bogota. M. Castro1, E. L.
Espitia1, N. Tarazona1, L. C. Dominguez1 ; 1Pontificia Universidad
Javeriana - Hospital Universitario San Ignacio, Bogota, Colombia
53.5.Decreased Sensitivity And Positive Predictive Value Of Ultrasound Findings In The Diagnosis Of Pediatric Cholecystitis
J. Tsai2, P. C. Minneci1, J. Sulkowski1, J. Cooper1, K. J. Deans1
; 1Center For Surgical Outcomes Research, Department Of Surgery, Nationwide Children’s Hospital, Columbus, OH; 2Department
Of Surgery, The Children’s Hospital Of Philadelphia, Philadelphia,
PA
53.6.Efficacy Of Localization Studies And Intraoperative Parathormone Monitoring In The Surgical Management Of Hyperfunctioning Ectopic Parathyroid Glands M. B. Albuja-Cruz1, B. J.
Allan2, C. M. Thorson1, P. Parikh1, J. I. Lew1,2 ; 1Division Of Endocrine Surgery, Miami, FL; 2Division Of General Surgery, Miami, FL
53.7.Novel Computational Model To Reassess Cancer Patient
Survival At Time Of Follow-up Visits L. Ross1, A. Nowacki 1, A.
Siperstein 1 ; 1Cleveland Clinic, Cleveland, Ohio
53.8.Intraoperative PTH Monitoring Criteria In Secondary Hyperparathyroidism C. M. Webb1, H. Wachtel1, E. K. Bartlett1, P. K.
Shah1, K. K. Shah1, R. Kelz1, G. C. Karakousis1, D. L. Fraker1 ; 1Department Of Surgery, Perelman School Of Medicine At The University Of Pennsylvania, Philadelpha, PA
53.9.Radioactive Iodine Scanning Is Not Beneficial But Its Use
Persists for Euthyroid Patients R. Panneerselvan1, D. F. Schneider1, R. S. Sippel1, H. Chen1 ; 1University Of Wisconsin School Of
Medicine And Public Health - Department Of Surgery, Madison, WI
8th Annual Academic Surgical Congress
53.10.The Ethics Of Exception For Emergency Research T. L.
Chin1, E. E. Moore1,2, A. Ghasabyan1,2, J. N. Harr1, A. Banerjee1,
M. Coors1 ; 1University Of Colorado Denver, Aurora, CO; 2Denver
Health Medical Center, Denver, CO
53.11.The Community Speaks: Analyzing Attitudes About The
AVERT Shock Trial And Exception From Informed Consent
(EFIC) In Emergency Research S. E. Greer1, R. M. Speck1, L.
M. Sundaram2, J. Isserman1, P. G. Nathanson2, S. Sonnad1, C. A.
Sims1 ; 1Hospital Of The University Of Pennsylvania , Philadelphia,
PA; 2University Of Pennsylvania School Of Medicine, Philadelphia,
PA
53.12.Qualitative Assessment Of Dimensions Of Trauma Care S.
W. Lu1, D. Helitzer2, A. Sussman2 ; 1University Of New Mexico HSC,
Albuquerque , NM; 2University Of New Mexico HSC, Albuquerque,
NM
53.13.Resource Utilization Following Bowel Resection Versus Reduction Of Intussusception N. Sharp1, P. Thomas1, S. D. St. Peter1
; 1Children’s Mercy Hospital- University Of Missouri Kansas City,
Kans, MO
53.14.Monocyte Levels Differ Between Diabetic and Non-Diabetic
Patients With Peripheral Arterial Disease After Lower Extremity Revascularization M. Kollisch-Singule1,2, E. Jaruga-Killeen3, B.
Sadowitz1,2, M. J. Costanza1,2, K. Amankwah1,2 ; 1Upstate Medical
University, Syracuse, NY; 2Syracuse VA Medical Center, Syracuse,
NY; 3Orlando Regional Medical Center, Orlando, FL
53.15.Elevated Heparin Induced Antibodies Are More Common
In Diabetic Patients With Vascular Disease M. S. Patel1, T.
Street1, M. Haydar3, J. Bismuth1, E. J. Arbid2,3, M. G. Davies1, J. J.
Naoum1,2,3 ; 1The Methodist Hospital And DeBakey Heart And Vascular Center, Houston, TX; 2Lebanese American University , Beirut,
; 3University Medical Center Rizk Hospital, Beirut,
53.16.The Impact of Intensivists’ Base Specialty Training On Care
Process and Outcomes of Critically Ill Trauma Patients K. Matsushima1, E. Goldwasser1, E. Schaefer1, J. Then1, E. Bradburn1, S.
Armen1, D. Galvan1, M. Indeck1 ; 1Penn State Milton S. Hershey
Medical Center, Hershey, PA
53.17.Counting The Lives Lost: How Many Black Trauma Deaths
Are Attributable To Disparities? V. K. Scott1, Z. G. Hashmi 1, E. B.
Schneider1, X. Hui 1, N. Y. Enwerem 1, D. T. Efron 1, E. E. Cornwell 2,
A. H. Haider1 ; 1Center For Surgery Trials And Outcomes Research
(CSTOR), The Johns Hopkins School Of Medicine, Baltimore ,
MD; 2Department Of Surgery, Howard University College Of Medicine, Washington, DC
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Lafitte
Moderators: Peter Nelson, MD & Patrick Reilly, MD
54.1.Using Social Media To Recruit Future Cardiothoracic Surgeons J. Meza2, N. Teman1, R. M. Reddy1 ; 1University Of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI; 2Duke University Medical Center, Raleigh, NC
54.2.Practice Patterns In Arkansas: Does Selection Of Students
From Medically Underserved Areas Increase Rural Medical Service? C. M. Khandelwal1, J. Mizell1, E. Pace1 ; 1University Of Arkansas For Medical Sciences, Little Rock, AR
54.4.Teamwork Attitudes Of Graduating Medical Students J.
T. Paige1, D. Garbee1, V. Rusnak1, M. Bronson1, R. DiCarlo1, A.
Marr1; 1Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center, New
Orleans, La
54.6.Inductive Or Deductive Teaching Of Medical Students On A
General Surgery Clerkship M. Klein1,2, K. Barrera1,2, E. Miao1, V.
Lau1,2, C. Turner1,2, A. Sanni1,2 ; 1SUNY - Downstate Medical Center,
Brooklyn, NY; 2Kings County Hospital Center, Brooklyn, NY
54.7.Teaching Medical Students To Repair Traumatic Wounds:
The Results Of A Curriculum Change J. Gale1, C. Glarner 1, R.
Sippel1 ; 1University Of Wisconsin - Madison Department Of Surgery , Madison, WI
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54.10.Spouses Of Thoracic Surgery Applicants: Changing Demographics And Motivations In A New Generation R. M. Reddy 1,
M. Bohl1, R. M. Reddy1 ; 1University Of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI
54.11.Informed Consent To Inguinal Herniorrhaphy And Cholecystectomy: Differences Between What Surgeons Say They
Discuss And What They Actually Do Discuss. D. E. Hall1,2, P.
Morrison1, C. Nikolajski1,2, R. Arnold2, M. Fine1,2, S. Zickmund1,2
; 1VA Pittsburgh Healthcare System, Pittsburg, PA; 2University Of
Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA
54.12.Training In Medical Documentation And Billing As A Measure Of Practice-Based Learning And Improvement J. B. Burns1,
T. Lester1, D. Chesire1, M. A. Schinco1 ; 1University Of Florida College Of Medicine Jacksonville, Jacksonville , Florida
54.13.The Pediatric Surgeon’s Road To Research Independence:
Utility Of Mentored-Based National Institute Of Health Grants
A. Leung1, I. Sharma-Crawford1, T. H. Inge1, A. F. Shaaban2, T. M.
Crombleholme3, B. W. Warner4, S. G. Keswani1 ; 1Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, Cincinnati, OH; 2University Of Iowa
Hospitals And Clinics, Iowa City, IA; 3Children’s Hospital Colorado,
Aurora, CO; 4St Louis Children’s Hospital, St Louis, MO
February 5 - 7, 2013
THURsday
54.5.The Effectiveness Of A Structured Daily Teaching Curriculum On Medical Student Performance On A General Surgery
Clerkship E. Miao1, V. Lau1,2, K. Barrera1,2, M. Klein1,2, C. Turner1,2,
A. Sanni1,2 ; 1SUNY - Downstate Medical Center, Brooklyn,
NY; 2Kings County Hospital Center, Brooklyn, NY
54.9.Porcine Wet Lab Improves Surgical Skills in Third Year
Medical Students J. M. Drosdeck1, E. A. Carraro1, M. W. Arnold1,
K. A. Perry1, A. E. Harzman1, R. Nagel1, L. M. Sinclair1, P. Muscarella1; 1The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center, Columbus, OH
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54.3.Female Medical Student Interest In Cardiothoracic Surgery:
Barriers We Must Overcome J. Meza2, V. Sood1, E. Proctor1, R. M.
Reddy1 ; 1University Of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI; 2Duke University
Medical Center, Raleigh, NC
54.8.Medical Students As Resident Educators On A General
Surgery Service V. Lau1,2, E. Miao1, K. Barrera1,2, M. Klein1,2, C.
Turner1,2, A. Sanni1,2 ; 1SUNY - Downstate Medical Center, Brooklyn, NY; 2Kings County Hospital Center, Brooklyn, NY
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Gastrointestinal/Nutrition 3: Hindgut/Pediatrics
Beinville
Moderators: Darrell L. Cass, MD & Kasper S. Wang, MD
55.1.Microbiome Analysis And Bacterial Enteroinvasion In A
Murine Model Of Hirschprung’s Disease J. F. Pierre2, A. F.
Heneghan2, C. S. Erickson3, I. Zaitoun3, M. L. Epstein3, K. A.
Kudsk1,2, A. Gosain2 ; 1Veteran Administration Surgical Service,
William S. Middleton Memorial Veterans Hospital, Madison,
WI; 2Department Of Surgery University Of Wisconsin, Madison,
WI; 3Department Of Neurosceince, Madison, WI
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55.2.Choice Of Antibiotic Prophylaxis For Colorectal Surgery Does
Matter R. J. Deierhoi1, C. C. Vick1, M. T. Hawn1,2, K. M. Itani3, L. G.
Dawes4 ; 1The Center For Surgical Medical Acute Care Research
And Transitions, Birmingham VA Medical Center, Birmingham,
AL; 2Sectionof Gastrointestinal Surgery, Department Of Surgery,
University Of Alabama At Birmingham, Birmingham, AL; 3Department Of Surgery, VA Boston Health Care System, West Roxbury,
MA; 4University Of South Florida James A. Haley VA Medical Center, Tampa, Fds
THURsday
55.3.American Society Of Anesthesiologist (ASA) Class And Charlson’s Index As Predictors Of Postoperative Colorectal Anastomotic Leak: A Single Institution Experience W. Tan1, Q. Leong1,
V. A. Talbott1, G. A. Isenberg1, S. D. Goldstein1 ; 1Thomas Jefferson
University Hospital, Philadelpha, PA
55.4.Bombesin Prevents Enteric Nervous System Neuronal Density And Neurotransmitter Changes Associated With Parenteral
Nutrition. A. F. Heneghan2, J. F. Pierre2, C. S. Erickson3, I. Zaitoun3,
A. J. Barlow2,3, M. L. Epstein3, K. A. Kudsk1,2, A. Gosain2 ; 1Veterans
Administration Surgical Service, William S. Middleton Memorial Veterans Hospital, Madison, WI; 2Department Of Surgery University Of
Wisconsin, Madison, WI; 3Department Of Neuroscience, Madison,
WI
55.5.Single Incision Vs. Conventional Laparoscopic Ileocecectomy
In Pediatric Crohn Disease C. G. Saites1, S. Bairdain1, C. Lien1,
C. Turner1, F. Gray1, V. Johnson2, D. Zurakowski2, B. C. Linden1
; 1Children’s Hospital Boston, Boston , MA; 2Children’s Hospital
Boston, Boston , MA
55.9.MicroRNA-21 Expression Is Correlated With Lymph Node
Positivity In Rectal Cancer Y. Gong1, T. Li1,2, A. Riordan1, S. Ronnekleiv-Kelly1, P. Geiger1, M. Nukaya1, B. Harms1, G. D. Kennedy1
; 1University Of Wisconsin School Of Medicine And Public Health
- Department Of Surgery, Madison , WI; 2Chinese PLA General
Hospital, Beijing, Beijing
55.10.Epigenetic Upregulation Of Beta-2 Microglobulin In Microsatellite Stable Colon Cancer Cell Lines A. A. Guzzetta1, R. Kwak1,
R. Vatapalli1, L. Syed1, A. Koch2, H. Easwaran1, S. B. Baylin1, N.
Ahuja1 ; 1Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, MD; 2Ghent University, Gent, Gent
55.11.Gallstone Ileus: Revisiting Surgical Outcomes Using NSQIP
Data M. K. Mallipeddi1, T. N. Pappas1, M. L. Shapiro1, J. E. Scarborough1 ; 1Duke University Medical Center, Durham, NC
55.12.The Surgical Apgar Score in Automated Assessment of Readmission Risk A. Gbegnon1, J. M. Monestina1, J. W. Cromwell1
; 1University Of Iowa Hospitals And Clinics, Iowa City, IA
55.13.Dislodged Surgical Feeding Tubes: Should We Abandon
Bedside Contrast Abdominal KUB’s In Favor Of CT. R. Eisenstadt1, R. L. Sensenig1, D. Holena1, C. Sims1, B. Braslow1, J. Pascual1 ; 1University Of Pennsylvania - Division Of Traumatology,
Philadelpha, PA
55.14.Reduced Use Of Computed Tomography In Patients Treated
With Interval Appendectomy After Implementing A Protocol From A Prospective, Randomized Trial E. M. Knott1, A. C.
Gasior1, P. G. Thomas1, N. Sharp1, S. D. St. Peter1 ; 1Children’s
Mercy Hospital- University Of Missouri Kansas City, Kansas City,
Missouri
55.15.A Comparative Analysis Of Techniques For The Laparoscopic Insertion Of Gastrostomy Tubes In Pediatric Patients L.
K. Baker1, S. Emil2, R. Baird2 ; 1McGill University, Montreal, Quebec; 2Department Of Pediatric Surgery, Montreal, Quebec
55.6.Obesity, Outcomes And Quality Of Care: BMI Increases The
Risk Of Wound-Related Complications In Colon Cancer Surgery
R. Amri1, L. G. Bordeianou1, P. Sylla1, D. L. Berger1 ; 1Massachusetts General Hospital & Harvard Medical School, Boston , MA
55.16.Vascular Endothelial Growth Factor Receptor-2 Inhibition in
A Model of Murine Colitis J. L. Knod1, J. S. Frischer1, E. C. Donovan1, M. R. Dusing1, K. M. Crawford1, A. Chernoguz1 ; 1Cincinnati
Children’s Hospital Medical Center, Division Of Pediatric General
And Thoracic Surgery, Cincinnati, Ohio
55.7.The Effect Of Colorectal Cancer (CRC) Control Programs On
Access To Care For Colorectal Surgery Patients N. Bansal2, E.
Sonnenberg2, C. K. Meise1, C. E. Reinke1, G. C. Karakousis1, E. K.
Bartlett1, N. N. Mahmoud1, R. E. Roses1, R. R. Kelz1 ; 1University Of
Pennsylvania Health System, Philadelphia, PA; 2University Of Pennsylvania School Of Medicine, Philadelphia, PA
55.17.The Impact Of Culture Results On Antimicrobial Therapy
For Intra-Abdominal Abscesses Associated With AppendicitisAre Cultures Really Necessary? P. G. Thomas1, A. C. Gasior1, N.
Sharp1, E. M. Knott1, S. D. St. Peter1 ; 1Children’s Mercy HospitalUniversity Of Missouri Kansas City, Kansas City, Missouri
55.8.Pilonidal Disease Outcomes Following Surgery In A Military
Population: How Far Have We Really Come? E. B. Fitzpatrick1, P.
M. Chesley1, M. O. Oguntoye1, J. A. Maykel2, E. K. Johnson1, S. R.
Steele1 ; 1Madigan Army Medical Center, Fort Lewis, WA; 2University Of Massachusetts Medical School, Worcester, MA
8th Annual Academic Surgical Congress
55.18.Identification of Ecrg4 and Its Cytokine-Like Protein Product in Lung: Differential Down Regulation After Exploratory
Laparotomy A. Shaterian1, S. Kao1, D. M. Cauvi1, A. DeMaio1, H.
Chun1, T. Costantini1, R. Coimbra1, B. Eliceiri1, A. Baird1 ; 1Division
Of Trauma, Critical Care, And Burns. Department Of Surgery. University Of California - San Diego, School Of Medicine, San Diego,
CA
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Napoleon
Moderators: Susan L. Orloff, MD & Mamta Swaroop, MD
56.1.Use Of Geographic Information Systems To Evaluate Access
To Surgical Care At A Rural District Hospital G. N. Mody1, F.
Munyaneza3, D. Hazikamana3, J. Hwabejire2, A. Karamaga3, R. Riviello1 ; 1Brigham & Women’s Hospital, Boston, MA; 2Massachusetts
General Hospital, Boston, MA; 3Rwinkwavu Hospital, Rwinkwavu,
Kayonza
56.3.Designing An Ethics Curriculum To Support Student Volunteerism In Global Surgery B. Martin1, T. Love1, J. Srinivasan1, J.
Sharma1, J. Pattaras1, B. Pettitt1, C. Sullivan1, V. Master1, L. Brewster1 ; 1Emory University School Of Medicine, Atlanta, GA
56.8.Post-Discharge Complications And Follow-Up During ShortTerm Surgical Volunteerism In Rural Haiti B. Martin1, S. Kapadia1,
L. Hugar1, I. Leeds1, M. P. Chery2, P. Laguerre3, B. Pettitt1, C. Sullivan1, J. Pattaras1, V. A. Master1, J. Srinivasan1, J. Sharma1 ; 1Emory
University School Of Medicine, Atlanta, GA; 2Project Medishare For
Haiti, Thomonde, Centre Province; 3Hal St. Th鲨se , Hinche, Centre
Province
56.9.Patterns Of Injury: Motorized Two Wheeler Pillion Riders
In New Delhi, India S. M. Siddiqui1, J. Peipert2, M. Crandall1, M.
Swaroop1 ; 1Northwestern University Feinberg School Of Medicine,
Chicago, IL; 2Washington University School Of Medicine, St. Louis,
MO; 3The All India Institute Of Medical Sciences, JPN Apex Trauma
Center, New Delhi, India
56.5.A Model For Improving Surgical Education In The Developing World: Teaching Hernia Repairs In Liberia D. Rhee2, D.
Papandria1, R. Rana4, K. Cartwright3, F. Abdullah1 ; 1Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, MD; 2Saint Joseph Mercy Hospital, Ann
Arbor, MI; 3Children’s Hospital Central California , Madera, California; 4Humanity First USA, Baltimore, Maryland
56.10.Pediatric Trauma Admissions To A District Hospital In Mozambique B. Huang1, P. Bendix2, M. Sipriano3, A. Assane3, F. Vaz3,
C. Funzamos3, E. Noormahomed3, S. W. Bickler4 ; 1University Of
Pittsburgh , Piitsburgh, PA; 2Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center,
Lebanon, NH; 3Universidade Eduardo Mondlane , Maputo, .; 4University Of California - San Diego, La Jolla, CA
56.6.Spectrum And Volume Of Major Surgical Procedures Performed By Non-Physician Surgeons At A District Hospital In
Rural Mozambique H. Luu1, P. Bendix3, A. Assane2, F. Vaz2, C.
Funzamo2, E. Noormahomed2, S. W. Bickler1 ; 1University Of California - San Diego, La Jolla, CA; 2Universidade Eduardo Mondlane
, Maputo, .; 3Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center, Lebanon, NH
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56.4.Abdominal Surgical Emergencies In Ethiopia; A Shifting Paradigm L. R. Hanks1, N. A. Seyoum2, C. Lin1, G. Tefera1 ; 1Department Of Surgery, University Of Wisconsin School Of Medicine And
Public Health, Madison, WI; 2Department Of Surgery, Addis Ababa
University School Of Medicine, Addis Ababa, N/A
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56.2.Redefining Academic Surgery: Identifying Trends In Research
And The Rise Of Global Surgery K. Mirza1, E. Yang1, B. Nwomeh2,
S. L. Orloff1, S. Krishnaswami1 ; 1Department Of Surgery, Oregon
Health & Science University, Portland, OR; 2Department Of Surgery, Nationwide Children’s Hospital, Columbus, OH; 3Wright State
University Department Of Surgery, Dayton, OH; 4Department Of
Surgery, University Of Arkansas For Medical Sciences, Little Rock,
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56.7.A Quantitative Analysis of Surgical Capacity of Public Hospitals in the State of Santa Cruz, Bolivia A. Markin1, R. Barbero3,
J. J. Leow2, R. S. Groen2,4, E. J. Skow1, K. N. Apelgren2, A. L.
Kushner2,6, B. C. Nwomeh2,5 ; 1Department Of Surgery, University
Of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN; 2Surgeons OverSeas (SOS), New
York, New York; 3Programa De Enfermedades No Transmisibles,
Servicio Departamental De Salud Del Gobierno Auto Departamental De Santa Cruz, Santa Cruz De La Sierra, Santa Cruz; 4Royal
Tropical Institute, Amsterdam, North Holland; 5Department Of
Surgery, Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio; 6Department Of
Surgery, Columbia University, New York, New York
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Oncology 4: Basic Science
Chamber 1
Moderators: Mark Hellmich, MD & Ajay Jain, MD
57.1.Activation Of The Raf-1 Signaling Pathway In Lung Carcinoid
Tumor UMC-11 Cells A. D. Harrison1, H. Chen1, M. Kunnimalaiyaan1 ; 1Wisconsin Institutes For Medical Research, Madison, WI
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57.2.Development Of A New Method To Measure Sphingosine1-phosphate In Tumor Interstitial Fuid By Liquid Chromatography-Electrospray Ionization Tandem Mass Spectrometry M.
Nagahashi1,2, J. Allegood2, A. Yamada1, T. Aoyagi1, W. Huang2, H.
Miyazaki3, S. Milstein2, S. Spiegel2, K. Takabe1,2 ; 1Division Of Surgical Oncology, Virginia Commonwealth University School Of Medicine, Richmond, VA; 2Department Of Biochemistry And Molecular
Biology, And Massey Cancer Center, Virginia Commonwealth
University School Of Medicine, Richmond, VA; 3Philips Institute For
Oral & Craniofacial Molecular Biology, Virginia Commonwealth University School Of Dentistry, Richmond, VA
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57.3.Appropriateness Of Models Of Cancer Cell Implantation To
Study Breast Cancer Lung Metastasis Evaluated By GenomeWide Microarray Analysis O. M. Rashid1, M. Nagahashi1,2, S. Ramachandran1,2, C. Dumur3, J. Schaum3, S. Milstien2, S. Spiegel2, K.
Takabe1,2 ; 1Division Of Surgical Oncology, Department Of Surgery
, Richmond, VA; 2Department Of Biochemistry And Molecular Biology And The Massey Cancer Center, Richmond, VA; 3Department
Of Pathology, Richmond, VA
57.4.Isolation Of Circulating Tumor Cells From Patient Derived
Xenograft Mouse Models Of Pancreatic Cancer R. J. Torphy1,2,
J. W. Kamande7, C. J. Tignanelli1,3, R. A. Moffit1, S. A. Soper5,6, J.
Yeh1,3,4 ; 1Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center, Chapel Hill,
NC; 2University Of North Carolina School Of Medicine, Chapel Hill,
NC; 3Department Of Surgery, Chapel Hill, NC; 4Department Of
Pharmacology, Chapel Hill, NC; 5Department Of Chemistry, Chapel Hill, NC; 6Department Of Biomedical Engineering, Chapel Hill,
NC; 7Department Of Chemistry, Baton Rouge, LA
57.5.Therapeutic Implications Of MSC-mediated Delivery Of
SiRNA Via Gap Junctions In The Treatment Of Colon Cancer K.
Chang1, S. Kosari1, J. Karas1, T. Gregg1, P. Brink1, R. Bergamaschi1
; 1Stony Brook University Medical Center, Stony Brook, NY
57.6.Altered RecQ Helicase Expression In Sporadic Primary Colorectal Cancers V. V. Lao1,2,3, K. T. Carter2, S. Dzieciatkowski2, P.
Welcsh1, P. Rabinovich1, N. Sarvetnick3, W. M. Grady1,2 ; 1University
Of Washington, Seattle, WA; 2Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research
Center, Seattle, WA; 3University Of Nebraska Medical Center,
Omaha, NE
57.7.CD146-Latexin Cross-Talk And Their Potential Role In Thyroid Tumoregenesis Z. Y. Abd Elmageed1, L. Yao1, K. Moroz1, D.
P. Slakey1, E. Kandil1 ; 1Tulane Health Sciences Center, Tulane University School Of Medicine, New Orleans, LA
57.8.Identification of Sirpa and Mapk AS Downstream Targets of
Notch3 in Medullary Thyroid Carcinoma J. Eide1, A. Dammalapati1, R. J. Sztul1, H. Chen1 ; 1Department Of Surgery, Madison, WI
57.9.Cetuximab-IRDye800 Bioconjugate To Image Breast Cancer
In A Preclinical Xenograft Model M. L. Korb1, Y. E. Hartman1, K.
R. Zinn1, E. L. Rosenthal1 ; 1University Of Alabama - Birmingham,
Birmingham, Alabama
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57.10.PDX-1 And PDX-1 With Proline 45 Deletion Mediate Oncogenesis Through The Insulin Signaling Pathway, Axon Guidance Genes, And P53 Signaling Pathway J. Wu1, S. Liu2, J. Yu1,
G. Zhou1, M. Gingras2, R. Gibbs2, W. Fisher2, F. C. Brunicardi1
; 1Department Of Surgery, David Geffen School Of Medicine At
University Of California, Los Angeles, California; 2Human Genome
Sequencing Center, Elkins Pancreas Center, Baylor College Of
Medicine, Houston, Texas
57.11.The Dominant Role Of TBK1 Over IKKe In KRas Transformed Tumors In Regulating Cellular Proliferation R. S. Sweeting1, A. S. Baldwin2, H. J. Kim1,2 ; 1University Of North Carolina
- Department Of Surgery, Chapel Hill, NC; 2Lineberger Cancer
Center, Chapel Hill, NC
57.12.Identifying Constraints On A Set Of Putative Mechanisms
Affecting The Dynamics Of Oligo- Versus Poly-metastases
Using Agent-based Modeling A. Uppal1, S. Wightman1, S. Ganai1,
N. N. Khodarev1, R. R. Weichselbaum1, G. An1 ; 1University Of Chicago Pritzker School Of Medicine, Chicago, IL
57.13.EDC-1: A New Targeted Drug With Anti-Proliferative Effects
On Late Stage Thyroid Cancers K. Ahmed1, X. Yu1, A. Dammalapati 1, D. Marshall2, J. Prudent2, R. Jaskula-Sztul 1, H. Chen1
; 1Department Of Surgery, University Of Wisconsin , Madison,
WI; 2Centrose LLC, Madison, WI
57.14.A Bicistronic Retroviral Vector Expressing IL-15 And Herpes Simplex Virus Thymidine Kinase For The Transduction Of
Human T Lymphocytes For Adoptive Cell Transfer Therapies C.
Hsu1, J. D. Abad2, R. A. Morgan3 ; 1David Geffen School Of Medicine At UCLA, Los Angeles, CA; 2Indiana University Health Goshen
Center For Cancer Care, Goshen, IN ; 3Surgery Branch, National
Cancer Institute, Bethesda, MD
57.15.Negative Regulation Of Mutant P53 By MicroRNA-101
(miR-101) In Pancreatic Ductal Adenocarcinoma (PDAC) R. B.
Batchu1,2, O. Gruzdyn1,2, A. Qazi1, S. T. King1,2, D. W. Weaver1, S.
A. Gruber1,2 ; 1Laboratory Of Surgical Oncology & Developmental
Therapeutics, Department Of Surgery, Wayne State University,
Detroit, Michigan; 2John D. Dingell VA Medical Center, Detroit,
Michigan
57.16.Combined CDK4 Inhibition And Doxorubicin Restores
Smad3 Tumor Suppression And Induces Apoptosis Via A
Survivin-Associated Mechanism R. Hamdan1,2, E. Tarasewicz1,2,
O. Nunez1,2, J. Straehla1,2, A. Hardy1,2, S. Zelivianski1,2, J. Jeruss1,2
; 1Department Of Surgery, Northwestern University Feinberg School
Of Medicine, Chicago , IL; 2Robert H. Lurie Comprehensive Cancer
Center, Chicago, IL
57.17.Homozygous Loss Of 5-Lipoxygenase Suppresses Pancreatic Neoplasia In EL-Kras And Pdx-Cre/LSL-Kras Mice L.
M. Knab1, M. J. Heiferman1, A. Samiei1, J. D. Phillips1, J. R. Heiferman1, D. J. Bentrem1,2,3, K. Adrian2, P. J. Grippo2 ; 1Department Of
Surgery, Northwestern University, Feinberg School Of Medicine,
Chicago, IL; 2Robert H. Lurie Comprehensive Cancer Center,
Northwestern University, Chicago, IL; 3Jesse Brown VA Medical
Center, Chicago, IL
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Chamber 2
Moderators: Kepal N. Patel, MD & Carmen C. Solorzano, MD
58.1.A Comparison Of Outcomes From Laparoscopic Vs Open
Adrenalectomy Using Data From The American College Of Surgeons National Surgical Quality Improvement Program (ACSNSQIP) D. M. Elfenbein1, J. E. Scarborough1, P. Speicher1, R. P.
Scheri1 ; 1Duke University Medical Center, Durham, NC
58.3.Surgeon Performed Ultrasound In The Assessment Of Hrthle
Cell Neoplasms Of The Thyroid P. Parikh1, B. Allan1, J. I. Lew2
; 1University Of Miami Department Of Surgery, Miami, Fl; 2University Of Miami Surgical Endocrinology, Miami, Fl
58.4.Differences in Presentation and Clinical Behavior Between
Duodenal, Jejunal and Ileal Small Bowel Carcinoids K. Coan1, R.
J. Gray1, R. T. Schlinkert1, B. A. Pockaj1, N. Wasif1 ; 1Mayo Clinic In
Arizona, Phoenix, AZ
58.6.Significance Of Rebounding Parathyroid Hormone Levels
During Parathyroidectomy D. F. Schneider1, K. A. Ojomo1, H.
Mazeh1, S. C. Oltmann1, R. S. Sippel1, H. Chen1 ; 1University Of
Wisconsin - Madison, Madison, WI
58.7.The Accuracy And Benefits Of Surgeon-Performed Ultrasound-Guided Fine-Needle Aspiration In The Diagnosis Of Thyroid Nodules C. Hambleton1, L. Yao1, J. Buell1, E. Kandil1 ; 1Tulane
University Department Of Surgery, New Orleans, LA
58.8.Clinical Significance Of Parathyroid Histology In Patients
With Primary Hyperparathyroidism S. Dhar1, J. B. Ogilvie1, K. S.
Heller1, K. N. Patel1 ; 1NYU Langone Medical Center, New York, NY
58.9.Outcome of Patients Undergoing Lateral Compartment Neck
Dissection for Thyroid Cancer K. C. Welch1, C. R. McHenry2,3
; 1Northeast Ohio Medical University, Rootstown, OH; 2MetroHealth Medical Center, Cleveland, OH; 3Case Western Reserve
University School Of Medicine, Cleveland, OH
58.10.Doses Of I-131 Used For RAI Ablation Following Surgery For
Papillary Thyroid Cancer (PTC) In A Large Metropolitan Area B.
Cohen1, K. N. Patel1, J. B. Ogilvie1, K. S. Heller1 ; 1NYU Langone
Medical Center, New York, NY
58.14.Molecular Regulation Of Immunoproteasome Overexpression In Papillary Thyroid Carcinoma X. Zhang1, Q. Du1, W. Gao1,
M. T. Stang1 ; 1University Of Pittsburgh - Department Of Surgery,
Pittsburgh, PA
58.15.Notch1 Intracellular Domain Regulates Cell Proliferation
And Migration In Well-differentiated Thyroid Carcinoma X. Yu1,
R. Jaskula-Sztul1, M. Kunnimalaiyaan1, H. Chen1 ; 1Department Of
Surgery, University Of Wisconsin School Of Medicine And Public
Health, Madison , WI
58.16.Nampt Expression Is Upregulated In Well-differentiated
Thyroid Carcinoma X. Li1,3, R. Shackelford2, E. Kandil1 ; 1Tulane
University Department Of Surgery, New Orleans, LA; 2Tulane University Departement Of Pathology , New Orleans, LA; 3Department
Of General Surgery, Xiangya Hospital, Changsha, Hunan
58.17.Modern-Day Presentation of Primary Hyperparathyroidism
S. E. Murray1, P. Pathak1, S. Schaefer1, D. F. Schneider1, H. Chen1,
R. S. Sippel1 ; 1University Of Wisconsin - Madison Department Of
Surgery , Madison, WI
58.18.Risk Of Underlying Malignancy In Adrenal Incidentalomas B.
J. Allan1, C. M. Thorson1, R. M. Van Haren1, P. Parikh1, M. B. AlbujaCruz2, J. I. Lew1 ; 1University Of Miami Leonard M. Miller School Of
Medicine, Miami, Florida; 2University of Colorado School of Medicine, Aurora, CO
58.19.Thyroid Follicular Neoplasms In The Elderly: Does The Risk
Of Malignancy Justify Thyroidectomy? H. M. Yong1, T. W. Yen1,
B. Hunt1, S. D. Wilson1, D. B. Evans1, T. S. Wang1 ; 1Medical College Of Wisconsin , Milwaukee, WI
58.20.Markedly Elevated Thyroglobulin Levels In The Pre-operative Thyroidectomy Patient Predict Cancer And Metastatic
Burden S. C. Oltmann1, D. F. Schneider1, H. Chen1, R. S. Sippel1
; 1University Of Wisconsin - Madison Department Of Surgery ,
Madison, WI
58.11.PAASS: A Novel Prognostic Scale Specific For Pediatric
Well Differentiated Thyroid Cancer: A Population-Based SEER
Outcomes Study B. J. Shayota1,2, S. Pawar1, R. S. Chamberlain1,2,3
; 1Department Of Surgery, Saint Barnabas Medical Center, Livingston, NJ, Livingston, NJ; 2Saint George’s University School
Of Medicine, Saint George’s , Saint George’s ; 3Department Of
Surgery, University Of Medicine And Dentistry Of New Jersey, New
Brunswick, NJ
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58.5.Lymphovascular Invasion Strongly Predicts Central Compartment Lymph Node Status In Papillary Thyroid Cancer R. Pace1,
J. B. Ogilvie1, K. S. Heller1, K. N. Patel1 ; 1NYU Langone Medical
Center, New York, NY
58.13.Thyroid Lobectomy For Indeterminate FNA: Not Without
Consequence C. J. Balentine1,2, R. P. Domingo3, R. Patel3, J. W.
Suliburk2 ; 1Houston VA Health Services Research & Development
Center Of Excellence, Houston, TX; 2Michael E. DeBakey Department Of Surgery, Houston, TX; 3Department Of Pathology At Baylor
College Of Medicine, Houston, TX
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58.2.Clinical Significance Of Normal Baseline Intraoperative PTH
When Compared To Preoperative PTH In Patients Undergoing
Parathyroid Surgery S. Dhar1, J. B. Ogilvie1, K. S. Heller1, K. N.
Patel1 ; 1NYU Langone Medical Center, New York, NY
58.12.Chronic Thyroiditis May Contribute To The Development
Of Multifocal Papillary Thyroid Cancer R. Pace1, L. Dultz1, J. B.
Ogilvie1, K. S. Heller1, K. N. Patel1 ; 1NYU Langone Medical Center,
New York, NY
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Oncology 6: General Oncology
Chamber 3
Moderators: Jussuf T. Kaifi, MD & Eric Kimchi, MD
59.1.The General Surgeon’s Quandary: Atypical Lipomatous Neoplasm Versus Lipoma S. B. Fisher1, K. J. Baxter1, D. Monson2, D.
R. Murray1, S. Oskouei2, S. W. Weiss3, C. A. Staley1, D. A. Kooby1,
S. K. Maithel1, K. A. Delman1 ; 1Department Of Surgery, Division Of
Surgical Oncology, Atlanta, GA; 2Department Of Orthopedic Surgery, Atlanta, GA; 3Department Of Pathology, Atlanta, GA
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59.2.Gender Disparities In Patient Referral For Malignant Pleural
Effusions C. Burke2, L. Zhao1, M. B. Orringer1, A. C. Chang1, J. Lin1,
R. M. Reddy1 ; 1University Of Michigan Medical Center, Ann Arbor,
MI; 2University Of Washington, Seattle, WA
59.3.Predictors Of Local Recurrence Following Surgery For
Desmoid Tumors: Biology Trumps Technique L. J. McGhan1, I.
T. Ma 1, B. A. Pockaj1, R. J. Gray 1, N. Wasif 1 ; 1Mayo Clinic In Arizona, Phoenix, AZ
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59.4.Cytogenetic Analysis In The Diagnosis And Management Of
Lipoblastomas: Results From A Single-Institution S. C. Fallon1,
M. L. Brandt1, J. R. Rodriguez1, S. A. Vasudevan1, M. E. Lopez1, J.
Hicks2, E. S. Kim1 ; 1Division Of Pediatric Surgery, Michael E. DeBakey Department Of Surgery, Baylor College Of Medicine, Houston, TX, Houston, TX; 2Department Of Pathology, Texas Children’s
Hospital And Department Of Pathology And Immunology, Baylor
College Of Medicine, Houst, Houston, TX
59.5.Common Patterns Of Reconstruction For Mohs Defects
In The Head And Neck A. Ibrahim1, A. Tobias1, B. Lee1, S. Lin1
; 1Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center - Harvard Medical School
, Boston, MA
59.6.Is Routine Lymphoscintigraphy Required For Cutaneous Melanoma Arising On The Extremity? T. L. Fitzgerald1, E. M. Gronet1,
E. E. Zervos1, J. H. Wong1 ; 1East Carolina University Brody School
Of Medicine, Greenville, NC
59.7.Surgical Management of Ultra-Thick Melanomas A. M.
Blakely1, J. S. Carniello2, M. Barsky3, M. P. Vezeridis1, T. J. Miner1
; 1Rhode Island Hospital/Alpert Medical School Of Brown University, Providence, RI; 2Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center,
New York, NY; 3Brown Alpert Medical School, Providence, RI
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59.8.Chemokine Receptor CCR9 Is Associated With Poor Clinicopathologic Features In Patients With Gastric Adenocarcinoma
A. K. Arrington1, M. E. Ko1, W. Lee1, E. L. Heinrich1, R. Nelson1, J.
Kim1 ; 1City Of Hope National Medical Center, Duarte, CA
59.9.Evaluating The Prognostic Value Of Extensive Lymph Node
Examinations In Gastric Adenocarcinoma: An Analysis Of The
Surveillance, Epidemiology, And End Results (SEER) Database.
S. N. Jayarajan1, S. Taghavi1, A. Davey3, B. Powers1, A. Willis2
; 1Temple University Hospital, Philadelphia, PA; 2Temple University
School Of Medicine, Philadelphia, PA; 3Temple University School
Of Public Health, Philadelphia, PA
59.10.Outcomes Following Splenectomy In Patients With Myeloid
Neoplasms K. L. Rialon1, S. Thomas1, E. P. Ceppa2, S. N. Vaslef1,
D. S. Tyler1, D. G. Blazer1 ; 1Duke University Medical Center, Durham, NC; 2Indiana University School Of Medicine, Indianapolis, IN
59.11.An Oncolytic Vaccinia Virus Expressing The Human Sodium
Iodine Symporter Prolongs Survival And Facilitates SPECT/CT
Imaging In An Orthotopic Model Of Malignant Pleural Mesothelioma. L. J. Belin1, S. Gholami1, D. Marano1, C. Lewis1, K. Mojica1,
C. Eveno1, J. Ady1, V. Longo1, P. B. Zanzonico1, N. G. Chen2,3, A.
A. Szalay2,3,4, Y. Fong1 ; 1Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center,
New York, NY; 2Genelux Corporation, San Diego, CA; 3Department
Of Radiation Oncology, Rebecca & John Moores Comprehensive
Cancer Center, La Jolla, California; 4Rudolf Virchow Center For Experimental Biomedicine, Institute Of Biochemistry, And Institute For
Molecular Infection Biology, Am Hubland, D-97074 Wrzburg
59.12.Novel Epigenetic Machinery In Mediating The Oncogenic Effect Of The Notch Signaling On Melanoma Progression L. Yin1,
Q. Huang1, A. S. Livingstone1, O. C. Velazquez1, Z. Liu1 ; 1University
Of Miami Miller School Of Medicine, Miami, Florida
59.13.Sentinel Lymph Node Biopsy In Patients With Very Thin ( E.
K. Bartlett1, A. J. Sinnamon1, H. Wachtel1, D. E. Elder2, X. Xu2, L. M.
Schuchter3, M. E. Ming5, P. Gimotty4, R. Roses1, B. J. Czerniecki1,
R. R. Kelz1, D. L. Fraker1, G. C. Karakousis1 ; 1Hospital Of The University Of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA; 2Hospital Of The University Of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA; 3Hospital Of The University
Of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA; 4Hospital Of The University Of
Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA; 5Hospital Of The University Of
Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA
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Salon II
Moderators: Kenneth W. Liechty, MD & Erika A. Newman, MD
60.1.Long Term Patient Perception Of Pain Control Experience
After Participating In A Trial Between Patient-Controlled Analgesia And Epidural After Pectus Excavatum Repair With Bar
Placement A. C. Gasior1, E. Knott1, K. A. Weesner1, A. Poola1, S. D.
St. Peter1 ; 1Children’s Mercy Hospital- University Of Missouri Kansas City, Kansas City, MO
60.3.Weight But Not Symptomology Predicts Sleep Apnea In
Morbidly Obese Adolescents Undergoing Bariatric Surgery
E. S. Koeck1, L. C. Barefoot1, J. D. Vaughns1, J. A. Owens1, F.
G. Qureshi1, E. P. Nadler1 ; 1Children’s National Medical Center,
Washington, DC
60.4.Analysis Of Ghost Publications In Pediatric Surgery Fellowship Applicants F. B. Fike1, A. C. Gasior1, E. Knott1, S. D. St.
Peter1, D. J. Ostlie1, C. L. Snyder1 ; 1Children’s Mercy HospitalUniversity Of Missouri Kansas City, Kansas City, MO
60.6.Low Intervention Rate For Blunt Pediatric Splenic Injury In A
Children’s Hospital Setting K. M. Day1, V. D. Duron1, S. A. Steigman1, F. I. Luks1, J. T. Aidlen1 ; 1Division Of Pediatric Surgery,
Alpert Medical School Of Brown University And Hasbro Childfren’s
Hospital, Providence, RI
60.13.Low Levels Of MicroRNA-483 At The Early Stages Of Injury
Is Associated With Impaired Diabetic Wound Healing C. Zgheib1,
J. Xu1, M. W. Morris2, L. Zhang2, M. Allukian3, W. Wu2, K. W.
Liechty1 ; 1Nemours Children’s Hospital, Orlando, FL; 2University
Of Mississippi Medical Center, Jackson, MS; 3The University Of
Pennsylvania School Of Medicine, Philadelpha, PA
60.14.Neutrophil-derived Matrix Metalloproteinase 8 Is Required
To Initiate Collagenase Activity In Bile Duct Ligated Rat Liver.
S. S. Ciullo1, C. S. Muratore1, Y. Zhou1, T. F. Tracy1 ; 1Rhode Island
Hospital/Alpert Medical School Of Brown University, Providence, RI
60.15.Increased Expression Of MicroRNA-15b During Diabetic
Wound Healing J. Xu1, W. Wu2, L. Zhang2, C. Zgheib1, C. Zino1,
C. Chen1, K. W. Liechty1 ; 1Nemours Children’s Hospital, Orlando,
Florida; 2University Of Mississippi Medical Center, Jackson, MS
60.7.Chrysin Accelerates Differentiation Of Primary Human Keratinocytes In Culture T. J. Jaraczewski1, P. R. Pathak1, M. Roy1,
T. W. King1 ; 1University Of Wisconsin - Madison Department Of
Surgery , Madison, WI
60.16.Intestine-Specific Overexpression Of Cox-2 Induces Gut
Barrier Failure In Mice E. M. Pontarelli1, J. Wang1, S. S. Short1,
A. Grishin1, H. R. Ford1 ; 1Children’s Hospital Los Angeles/Keck
School Of Medicine , Los Angeles, CA
60.8.Lessons Not Learned - Recidivism In Children And Adolescents With ATV Related Injuries L. F. Gentile1, L. Vick2, S. Islam1
; 1University Of Florida College Of Medicine Department Of Surgery, Gainesville, FL; 2University Of Mississippi Medical Center,
Jackson, Mississippi
60.17.Radioguided Parathyroidectomy Effective In Pediatric Patients J. F. Burke1, K. Jacobson1, A. Gosain2, R. S. Sippel1,2, H.
Chen1,2 ; 1Section Of Endocrine Surgery, Department Of Surgery,
University Of Wisconsin, Madison, WI; 2American Family Children’s
Hospital, Madison, WI
60.9.Interleukin-10 Mediates A Hyaluronan-Rich Extracellular Matrix Deposition Via A STAT-3 Dependent Mechanism A. Leung1,
S. Balaji1, L. D. Le1, E. Marsh1, M. Habli1, T. M. Crombleholme2, S.
G. Keswani1 ; 1Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, Cincinnati, OH; 2Children’s Hospital Colorado, Aurora, CO
60.18.Identification and Characterization of Neurocranial Skeletal Progenitor Cells D. Lo1,2,3, C. Chan3, J. Hyun2, M. Chung2, D.
Montoro2, D. Wan2, I. Weissman3, M. Longaker2,3 ; 1Duke University
Medical Center, Durham, NC; 2Hagey Laboratory Of Pediatric Regenerative Medicine, Stanford, CA; 3Institute Of Stem Cell Biology
And Regenerative Medicine Stanford Univeristy School Of Medicine, Stanford, CA
60.10.Bcl-2 Overexpression Increases In Vivo Stem Cell Survival
And Enhances Tissue Regeneration In Calvarial Defect Model
J. S. Hyun1, M. M. Grova1,3, D. D. Lo1,2, S. D. Morrison1, H. Nejadnik1, D. C. Wan1, M. T. Longaker1 ; 1Stanford University, Stanford,
CA; 2Duke University Medical Center, Durham, N/A; 3University Of
California - San Francisco , San Francisco, CA
60.19.Limited Expansion Of Hematopoietic Stem Cells May Contribute To Susceptibility Of Neonates To Infection And Sepsis.
A. G. Cuenca1, A. L. Cuenca1, L. F. Gentile1, S. Islam1, D. W. Kays1,
L. L. Moldawer1, S. D. Larson1 ; 1University Of Florida College Of
Medicine Department Of Surgery, Gainesville, Fds
60.20.Predictive Factors For Successful Balloon Catheter Extraction Of Esophageal Foreign Bodies A. C. Gasior1, E. Knott1, S. W.
Sharp1, S. D. St. Peter1 ; 1Children’s Mercy Hospital- University Of
Missouri Kansas City, Kansas City, MO
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60.5.Analysis Of Differentially Expressed Genes In Fetal Versus
Adult Wounds M. S. Hu1, M. Januszyk1, A. S. Colwell2, A. Flake1,
G. C. Gurtner1, M. T. Longaker1, H. Lorenz1 ; 1Division Of Plastic
Surgery, Department Of Surgery, Stanford, California; 2Division Of
Plastic Surgery, Department Of Surgery, Boston , Massachusetts
60.12.Complications In The Use Of Negative Pressure Wound
Therapy In Pediatric Patients R. M. Rentea1, K. K. Somers1,2, T.
T. Sato1,2, C. M. Calkins1,2, D. M. Gourlay1,2, A. J. Wagner1,2, J. J.
Aiken1,2, D. R. Lal1,2, J. C. Densmore1,2, K. T. Oldham1,2, J. Enters1,2,
M. J. Arca1,2 ; 1Medical College Of Wisconsin, Department Of Surgery, Milwaukee, WI; 2Children’s Hospital Of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI
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60.2.The Thoracic Relationship: Does Pectus Excavatum Occur At
A Higher Rate In Patients With Adolescent Idiopathic Scoliosis?
E. A. Berdan1, D. A. Saltzman1 ; 1University Of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN
60.11.The Progressive Decline In The Biomechanical Properties
Of Diabetic Skin Is Associated With Dysregulation Of MicroRNA-29a Gene Expression And Collagen Protein Production
M. W. Morris1, J. Xu2, R. C. Caskey3, M. Urencio1, C. Zgheib2, E.
J. Smith1, D. Beason3, W. Wanda Dorsett-Martin1, M. E. Mitchell1,
L. J. Soslowsky3, K. W. Liechty2 ; 1University Of Mississippi Medical Center, Jackson, MS; 2Nemours Children’s Hospital , Orlando,
Florida; 3University Of Pennsylvania School Of Medicine, Philadelphia, PA
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SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM
3:30PM - 5:30PMIntegrated
Thursday, February 7, 2013
Quick Shot Session II (continued)
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Trauma/Critical Care 3: Outcomes/Education/Quality & Cost
Conti
Moderators: Adil H. Haider, MD & Krishnan Raghavendran, MD
61.1.”Identification And Referral Of Patients At High Risk Of Developing Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) At A Level
1 Trauma Center” V. K. Bhalla1, C. Hogan1, A. W. Holsten1, A.
Bolduc1, R. Medeiros1, E. NeSmith1, S. Looney1, K. O’Malley1, M.
Hawkins1, S. B. Holsten1 ; 1Georgia Health Sciences University,
Augusta, GA
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61.2.Initial Non-Contrast Abdominal CT Imaging Post-Injury: Who
Should Have Contrast Omitted And At What Expense J. Luciano1, S. Zolin1, R. M. Forsythe1, A. Murdock1, G. T. Marshall1, L. H.
Alarcon1, T. R. Billiar1, A. B. Peitzman1, J. L. Sperry1 ; 1University Of
Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA
61.3.Thromboembolism During Current Combat Operations: A
10-year Retrospective Review T. N. Hutchison1, C. A. Krueger2, S.
M. Cohn1, C. E. White2 ; 1U.S. Army Institute Of Surgical Research
, Fort Sam Houston, Texas; 2San Antonio Military Medical Center ,
Fort Sam Houston, Texas
THURsday
61.4.Trauma Center Volume Does Not Affect Mortality Of Blunt
Traumatic Brain Injury: Comparison Of Level I Vs. II M. Smith1,
K. Gill2, I. Bhullar1 ; 1University Of Florida College Of Medicine
Jacksonville, Jacksonville, Florida; 2Sacred Heart Hospital, Pensacola , Florida
61.5.Sternal Fracture In The Context Of Overall Thoracic Fracture Burden – An Analysis Of The National Trauma Data Bank
(NTDB) D. D. Yeh1, J. O. Hwabejiri1, M. A. DeMoya1, H. B. Alam1, D.
R. King1, G. Velmahos1 ; 1Massachusetts General Hospital & Harvard Medical School, Boston , MA
61.6.Grandpa Turn In Your Keys: Exploring Trauma Recidivism
In An Elderly Cohort J. S. Davis , R. K. Pandya , J. Jouria , B. J.
Allan1, F. Habib1, N. Namias1, C. I. Schulman1 ; 1University Of Miami
Leonard M. Miller School Of Medicine, Miami, FL
1
1
1
61.12.Time To Prepare Impacts Emergency Department Efficiency
And Flow Disruptions A. Gangi1, K. Catchpole1, R. Blocker1, D.
Wiegmann2, B. Gewertz1, J. Blaha1, E. J. Ley1 ; 1Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, Los Angeles, CA; 2University Of Wisconsin - Madison,
Madison, WI
61.13.Chest CT Imaging For Blunt Pediatric Trauma: Not Worth
The Radiation Risk C. M. Holscher2, L. W. Faulk2, E. E. Moore1,2, C.
C. Burlew1,2, H. B. Moore1,2, C. L. Stewart1,2, F. M. Pieracci1,2, C. C.
Barnett1,2, D. D. Bensard1,2 ; 1Denver Health Medical Center, Denver, CO; 2University of Colorado School of Medicine, Aurora, CO
61.14.The Advanced Surgical Skills For Exposures In Trauma
(ASSET) Course – Results Of The Initial Twenty Five Courses
M. W. Bowyer1, D. A. Kuhls2, D. Haskin4, R. A. Sallee4, S. Henry3,
G. D. Garcia6, F. A. Luchette5 ; 1Uniformed Services University Of
The Health Sciences, Bethesda, Maryland; 2University Of Nevada
School Of Medicine - Department Of Surgery, Las Vegas, NV; 3University Of Maryland - R Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center,
Baltimore, Maryland; 4American College Of Surgeons, Chicago,
IL; 5Loyola University Medical Center, Maywood, IL; 6University
Of Miami Miller School Of Medicine - Ryder Trauma Center, Miami,
Florida
61.15.Trauma Recidivism: Short Time to Reinjury Calls for Early
and Aggressive Violence Prevention and Intervention V. Sant1,
R. Cheney1, D. Holena1, B. Braslow1, J. Pascual1, P. Reilly1, S. Allen1
; 1University Of Pennsylvania - Department Of Surgery-Division Of
Trauma And Critical Care, Philadelphia, PA
61.16.Computed Tomography To Diagnose Blunt Diaphragm Injuries: Not Ready for Prime Time J. M. Sprunt1, C. V. Brown1, A. C.
Reifsnyder1, A. V. Shestopalov1, S. Ali1, D. Fielder1 ; 1University Of
Texas Southwestern - Austin, Austin, TX
61.7.Rehabilitation After Trauma; Does Age Matter? V. Pandit1, B.
Joseph1, R. S. Friese1, P. Hsu1, N. Kulvatunyou1, T. O’Keeffe1, H.
Aziz1, A. L. Tang1, J. L. Wynne1, P. Rhee1 ; 1The University Of Arizona, Tucson, AZ
61.17.The Effect Of Structured Handover On The Efficiency Of
Information Transfer During Trauma Sign-Out P. Parikh1, D.
Pechman1, K. Gutierrez1, M. Duque1, G. Garcia1, C. Schulman1, N.
Namias1, A. Livingstone1, F. Habib1 ; 1Univeristy Of Miami/Jackson
Memorial Hospital, Miami, Florida
61.8.We Train Our Jewelers Better Than Our Trauma Surgeons –
How Global Trauma Surgeons Recognize Occult Shock T. L. Zakrison1, S. Soklaridis2, S. Rizoli3 ; 1University Of Miami Miller School
Of Medicine - Ryder Trauma Center, Miami, Florida; 2St. Micheal’s
Hospital - Trauma Program, Toronto, Ontario; 3Sunnybrook Health
Science Centre And University Of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario
61.18.The Modern Management Of High Grade Splenic Injury:
What Is The Role Of Non-operative Management In This Highrisk Group And Can We Predict Who Will Fail This Approach? R.
J. Berg1, K. Inaba1, O. Okoye1, J. Pasley1, M. Esparza 1, N. Melo1, D.
Demetriades1 ; 1LAC+USC Medical Center, Los Angeles, CA
61.9.Evaluation Of Small Bowel Obstruction Of The Virgin Abdomen In The CT Era S. Hafiz1, W. S. Yi1, E. A. O’Leary1, G. Garg1, J.
A. Sava1 ; 1Washington Hospital Center, Washington, DC
61.10.Advanced Trauma Life Support Participant Course: A Critical Review M. Mobily1, A. Tang1, B. C. Branco1, N. Hernandez1,
R. S. Friese1, B. Joseph1, R. Catalano1, N. Frantz1, D. Judkins1,
D. Green1, L. Gries1, N. Kulvatunyou1, T. O’Keeffe1, J. Wynne1, P.
Rhee1 ; 1University Of Arizona: College Of Medicine , Tucson, AZ
61.11.Work Hour Reduction: Still Room For Improvement D. Liou1,
G. Barmparas1, R. Chung1, E. J. Ley1, D. R. Margulies1, A. Salim1, M.
Bukur1 ; 1Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, Los Angeles, California
8th Annual Academic Surgical Congress
61.19.Effectiveness Of A 2:1-Student To Faculty Model For Teaching The Advanced Trauma Operative Management (ATOM)
Course J. Ali1, A. Sorvari1, S. Henry2, J. Kortbeek3, L. Tremblay4
; 1University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario; 2University Of Maryland
Medical Center, Baltimore, Maryland; 3University Of Calgary , Calgary, Alberta; 4University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario
61.20.Delayed Family Reunification Of Pediatric Disaster Survivors Increases Inpatient Hospital Costs: A Simulation Study E.
R. Barthel1,2, J. R. Pierce1,5, D. E. Levin1,4, A. L. Speer1,3, C. J. Goodhue1, H. R. Ford1, T. C. Grikscheit1, J. S. Upperman1 ; 1Division Of
Pediatric Surgery, Los Angeles, CA; 2Department of Surgery, Torrance, CA; 3Department Of Surgery, Los Angeles, CA; 4Department
Of Surgery, Rochester, NY; 5Pediatric Surgery Division, Halifax, NS
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SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM
3:30PM - 5:30PMIntegrated
Thursday, February 7, 2013
Quick Shot Session II (continued)
Pontalba
Moderators: Jose L. Pascual, MD & Ben L. Zarzaur, MD
62.1.The Role of High Dose Methylprednisolone in Pediatric Spinal
Cord Trauma J. P. Pettiford1, D. Juang1, S. Shah1, P. Thomas1, N.
Sharp1, C. L. Snyder1, S. D. St. Peter1, D. J. Ostlie2 ; 1Children’s
Mercy Hospital- University Of Missouri Kansas City, Kansas City,
MO; 2University Of Wisconsin School Of Medicine And Public
Health - Department Of Surgery, Madison, WI
62.3.Extracorporeal Life Support and Trauma: A Review of the
National Trauma Data Bank D. F. Lew1, K. P. Lally1, L. S. Kao1, A.
M. Vogel2 ; 1University Of Texas Health Science Center At Houston,
Houston, Texas; 2Washington University In St. Louis School Of
Medicine, St. Louis, Missouri
62.4.Improving With Age? How ECMO Outcomes Have Changed
With Time A. C. Kim1, A. Castro1, D. W. Kays1, S. Islam1 ; 1University Of Florida College Of Medicine Department Of Surgery, Division
Of Pediatric Surgery, Gainesville, FL
62.6.Increased Risk Of Pneumonia Among Ventilated TBI Patients:
Every Day Counts! X. Hui1, A. H. Haider1, Z. G. Hashmi1, N. Y.
Enwerem1, V. K. Scott1, E. R. Haut1, D. T. Efron1, E. B. Schneider1
; 1Center For Surgical Trials And Outcomes Research, Baltimore,
Maryland
62.7.Intracranial Pressure Monitoring Devices May Not Improve
Survival OR Functional Outcome In Patients With Severe (GCS
A. Al-Rawi1, D. Chesire1, I. S. Bhullar1 ; 1University Of Florida College Of Medicine Jacksonville, Jacksonville, Florida
62.8.A Survey of Surgical Residents in the Practice of Central Venous Catheter and Chest Tube Insertions E. E. Cho1, E. F. Tona1,
R. H. Nawotniak1, J. J. Brewer1, J. M. Hassett1, W. A. Guo1 ; 1Department Of Surgery, SUNY-Buffal, Buffalo, NY
62.9.Sticking Our Neck Out: Is MRI Necessary To Clear The Obtunded Patient’s Cervical Spine J. S. Davis1, G. D. Garcia1, R. K.
Pandya1, S. S. Satahoo1, S. Alsafran1, C. D. Richie1, F. Habib1, N.
Namias1, C. I. Schulman1 ; 1University Of Miami Leonard M. Miller
School Of Medicine, Miami, FL
62.10.Supratherapeutic Vancomycin Levels After Trauma Predict
Acute Kidney Injury And Mortality D. Liou1, M. B. Singer1, N.
Melo1, R. Chung1, M. Bukur1, D. R. Margulies1, A. Salim1, E. J. Ley1
; 1Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, Los Angeles, California
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62.13.Is Flexion Extension Film Necessary For Cervical Spine
Clearance In Patient With Neck Pain After Negative Cervical
CT Scan? B. Tran1, J. M. Saxe1, A. Ekeh1 ; 1Wright State University
Boonshoft School Of Medicine, Department Of Surgery, Dayton,
OH
62.14.Documentation Of End-of-Life And Goals Of Care Discussions In Geriatric Trauma Patients J. Petronovich1, T. J. Wade1, T.
P. Webb1 ; 1Medical College Of Wisconsin , Milwaukee, WI
62.15.Take A Deep Breath!: Managing Rib Fractures In Elderly
Trauma Patients A. C. Schwed1, S. S. Sonnad3, D. N. Holena2, J. L.
Pascual2, P. M. Reilly2, C. A. Sims2 ; 1Harbor-UCLA Medical Center,
Torrance, CA; 2University Of Pennsylvania - Department Of Surgery-Division Of Trauma And Critical Care, Philadephia, PA; 3University Of Pennsylvania - Department Of Surgery, Philadelphia, PA
62.16.Unplanned Intubation: When and Why Does This Deadly
Complication Occur? D. P. Milgrom1, V. C. Njoku1, A. M. Fecher1,
E. Kilbane1, H. A. Pitt1 ; 1Indiana University School Of Medicine,
Indianapolis, IN
62.17.The Trauma ICU – A Realm For Realistic Resuscitation Or
A Domain Of Death In Geriatric Trauma Patients. E. D. Fox1,
S. Gravenstein2, T. Miner3, C. A. Adams1, W. G. Cioffi1, D. S. Heffernan1 ; 1Division Of Trauma, Dept Of Surgery, Brown University,
Providence, RI; 2DIvision Of Geriatrics, Department Of Medicine,
Providence, RI; 3Department Of Surgery, Brown University, Providence, RI
62.18.Glucose And Oxygen Saturation Variability Correlates With
Survival In Older Patients With Traumatic Brain Injury K. Hateley1, D. C. Evans1, C. H. Cook1, T. J. Papadimos1, S. D. Bergese1,
S. P. Stawicki1 ; 1The Ohio State University College Of Medicine,
Columbus, OH
62.19.Ultrasound-Guided Placement Of Midline Catheters In The
Surgical Intensive Care Unit: A Cost Effective Proposal For
Timely Central Line Removal S. Anantha Sathyanarayana1, G. B.
Deutsch1, N. Singh1, J. M. Nicastro1 ; 1Hofstra North Shore - LIJ
School Of Medicine, Manhasset, New York
62.20.Operative Versus Non-Operative Management For Pancreatic Transection In Blunt Pediatric Abdominal Trauma C. W.
Iqbal1, S. D. St. Peter1 ; 1Children’s Mercy Hospital- University Of
Missouri Kansas City, Kansas City, MO
February 5 - 7, 2013
THURsday
62.5.Is Neostigmine For Acute Colonic Pseudo-Obstruction As
Good As We Think? J. B. Daigle1, W. D. Fielder1, D. Keith1, S. Ali1,
C. V. Brown1 ; 1University Of Texas Southwestern - Austin, Austin,
Texas
62.12.Does Liquor Save Lives? The Impact Of Blood Alcohol Level
On Traumatic Brain Injury Outcomes C. S. Drescher1, S. S. Sonnad1, C. A. Sims1 ; 1Department of Surgery, Philadelphia, PA
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62.2.Inhalation Injury Does Not Predict Poor Glycemic Control In
Diabetic Burn Patients S. B. Reddy1, R. H. Kennedy1, R. Guo1, S.
Zelisko1, R. L. Gamelli1 ; 1Loyola University Chicago Stritch School
Of Medicine, Maywood, IL
62.11.Complications After Percutaneous Endoscopic Gastrostomy
Tube Placement In The Era Of Acute Care Surgery E. S. Glazer1,
N. Kulvatunyou1, D. J. Green1, L. Gries1, B. Joseph1, T. O’Keeffe1, A.
L. Tang1, J. L. Wynne1, R. S. Friese1, P. M. Rhee1 ; 1The University
Of Arizona, Tucson, AZ
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Trauma/Critical Care 4: Critical Care And Burns
FACULTY LISTING
Peter Abt, Hosp of Univ of
Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA, USA
Amalia Cochran, University of Utah,
Salt Lake City, UT, USA
George Gittes, Children’s Hsp of
Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA, USA
Christopher Abularrage, Johns
Hopkins Hsp, Baltimore, MD, USA
Mark Cohen, Univ of MI/Div of Endocrine Surgery, Ann Arbor, MI, USA
Matthew Goldblatt, Med College of WI,
Milwaukee, WI, USA
Michael Acker, Univ of Pennsylvania
Hsp, Philadelphia, PA, USA
Yolonda Colson, Brigham & Women’s
Hsp, Boston, MA, USA
Steven Goldin, Univ of South FloridaUMSA, Tampa, FL, USA
Suresh Agarwal, University of
Wisconsin, Madison, WI, USA
Michael Conte, Brigham & Women’s
Hsp, Boston, MA, USA
Lawrence Goodnough, Stanford
School of Medicine, Stanford, CA,
Hasan Alam, Univ of MI Hosp, Ann
Arbor, MI, USA
Zara Cooper, Brigham & Women’s Hsp,
Boston, MA, USA
Caprice Greenberg, University of WI Madison, Madison, WI, USA
Ian Alwayn, Dalhousie University,
Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada
Marie Crandall, Northwestern Univ,
Chicago, IL, USA
Justin Gundara, Royal North Shore
Hospital, Sydney, Australia
Christopher Anderson, University of
Mississippi Medical Center, Jackson,
MS, USA
Ronald Dalman, Stanford School of
Medicine, Stanford, CA, USA
Raul Guzman, Vanderbilt Univ Med Ctr,
Nashville, TN, USA
Alan Dardik, Yale University School of
Medicine, New Haven, CT, USA
Adil Haider, Baltimore, MD, USA
Peter Angelos, Northwestern Univ Med
School, Chicago, IL, USA
Chandrakanth Are, University of Nebraska Medical Center, Omaha, NE,
USA
Faisal Bakaeen, Baylor College of Med/
Michael E Debakey VAMC, Houston,
TX, USA
Monica Bertagnolli, Brigham &
Women’s Hsp , Boston, MA, USA
Timothy Billiar, Univ of Pittsburgh,
Pittsburgh, PA, USA
Kelli Bullard Dunn, Roswell Park
Cancer Inst, Buffalo, NY, USA
E. Ramsay Camp, Med Univ of South
Carolina, Charleston, SC, USA
Jeremy Cannon, San Antonio Military
Med Ctr, San Antonio, TX, USA
Robert Canter, UC Davis, Sacramento,
CA, USA
Darrell Cass, Texas Children’s Hsp,
Houston, TX, USA
George Chang, UT MD Anderson
Cancer Ctr, Houston, TX, USA
Celia Chao, UTMB, Galveston, TX, USA
Herbert Chen, Univ of WI Carbone
Cancer Ctr, Madison, WI, USA
Kent Choi, Univ of Iowa Hsps & Clinics,
Iowa City, IA, USA
Dev Desai, Univ of Texas Southwestern
Med Ctr at Dallas, Dallas, TX, USA
Justin Dimick, University of Michigan,
Ann Arbor, MI, USA
Timothy Eberlein, Washington Univ
School of Med, St Louis, MO, USA
David Efron, Johns Hopkins Med Inst,
Baltimore, MD, USA
Michael Englesbe, Univ of MI, Ann
Arbor, MI, USA
Thomas Esposito, Loyola University
Medical Center, Maywood, IL,
Liane Feldman, McGill Univ, Montreal,
PQ, Canada
Paula Ferrada, Virginia Commonwealth
University, Richmond, VA,
Victor Ferraris, University of Kentucky,
Lexington, KY,
Anne Fischer, Children’s Med Ctr,
Dallas, TX, USA
Thomas Fogarty, Fogarty Institute for
Innovation, Mountain View, CA, USA
Douglas Fraker, University of Pennsylvania Health System, Philadelphia, PA,
USA
Julie Freischlag, Johns Hopkins Hsp,
Baltimore, MD, USA
Alden Harken, UC San Francisco East
Bay, Oakland, CA, USA
Heitham Hassoun, Methodist Cardivascular Surg Assn, Houston, TX, USA
Mary Hawn, Univ of Alabama at Birmingham, Birmingham, AL, USA
James Hebert, Charlotte, VT,
Mark Hellmich, University of Texas
Medical Branch, Galveston, Texas,
Michael Helmrath, Cincinnati Childrens
Hsp Med Ctr, Cincinnati, OH, USA
Juan David Hernandez Restrepo,
Universidad de los Andes, Bogota,
Colombia
Oscar Hines, UCLA School of Med, Los
Angeles, CA, USA
Sergio Huerta, Dallas VA Med Ctr,
Dallas, TX, USA
Hiromichi Ito, Michigan State Univ,
Lansing, MI, USA
Benjamin Jackson, Univ of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA, USA
Ajay Jain, Univ of Maryland School of
Med - Surgery, Baltimore, MD, USA
Randeep Jawa, Univ of Nebraska Med
Ctr, Omaha, NE, USA
Jamie Jones, Indianapolis, IN,
Megan Frost, Oregon Health & Sciences
Univ, Manhattan, KS, USA
Jussuf Kaifi, Penn State Hershey Med
Ctr, Hershey, PA, USA
T. Clark Gamblin, Med College of
Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI, USA
Lillian Kao, Univ of Texas- Houston,
Houston, TX, USA
David Geller, T E Starzl Transplantion
Inst, Pittsburgh, PA, USA
Muneera Kapadia, Univ of Iowa, Iowa
City, IA, USA
Jason Chuen, The University of
Melbourne, Box Hill, UNK, Australia
Amir Ghaferi, University of Michigan,
Ann Arbor, MI, USA
Dai Chung, Vanderbilt Univ Med Ctr,
Nashville, TN, USA
Amir Ghaferi, University of Michigan,
Ann Arbor, MI, USA
Cassandra Kelleher, Massachusetts
General Hsp/Harvard Med School,
Boston, MA, USA
Ravi Chokshi, UMDNJ NJMS-UH
Cancer Ctr, Newark, NJ, USA
Danny Chu, University of Pittsburgh
School of Medicine, Pittsburgh, PA,
USA
8th Annual Academic Surgical Congress
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FACULTY LISTING (continued)
Rachel Kelz, University of Pennsylvania
Health System, Philadelphia, PA, USA
Gregory Kennedy, Univ of Wisconsin,
Madison, WI, USA
Sundeep Keswani, Cincinnati
Children’s Hsp Med Ctr, Cincinnati, OH,
USA
John Mansour, Univ of Texas Southwestern Med Ctr at Dallas, Dallas, TX,
USA
Julie Margenthaler, Washington Univ
School of Med, St Louis, MO, USA
Matthew Martin, Madigan Army Med
Ctr, Tacoma, WA, USA
Melina Kibbe, Northwestern University,
Chicago, IL, USA
David McFadden, Uconn Health Ctr,
Farmington, CT, USA
Roger Kim, LSUHSC Shreveport,
Shreveport, LA, USA
Daniel Meldrum, Univ of FL,
Gainesville, FL, USA
Eugene Kim, Baylor College of Med,
Houston, TX, USA
Nipun Merchant, Vanderbilt Univ Med
Ctr, Nashville, TN, USA
Anthony Kim, Yale Univ School of Med,
New Haven, CT, USA
Funda Meric Bernstam, University of
Texas M. D. Anderson Cancer Center,
Houston, Texas,
Joseph Kim, City of Hope, Duarte, CA,
USA
Hong Kim, Univ of North Carolina at
Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC, USA
Eric Kimchi, Penn State College of
Med/Hershey Med Ctr, Hershey, PA,
USA
James Mezhir, Univ of Iowa Hsps &
Clinics, Iowa City, IA, USA
Rebecca Minter, Univ of Michigan, Ann
Arbor, MI, USA
Kevin Mollen, Children’s Hsp of Pittsburgh of UPMC, Pittsburgh, PA, USA
Clifford Ko, UCLA School of Med, Los
Angeles, CA, USA
Ernest “Gene” Moore, Denver Health
Medical Center, Denver, CO,
Paul Kolkman, University of Nebraska
Medical Center, Omaha, NE,
Arden Morris, Univ of Michigan, Ann
Arbor, MI, USA
Sanjay Krishnaswami, Oregon Health
& Sciences Univ, Portland, OR, USA
R. Lawrence Moss, Nationwide Childrens Hosp, Columbus, OH, USA
Alexander Krupnick, Washington Univ
School of Med in St Louis, St Louis,
MO, USA
Peter Nelson, Univ of Florida College of
Med, Gainesville, FL, USA
Daniela Ladner, Northwestern Univ,
Chicago, IL, USA
Timothy Lee, TX Childrens Hosp,
Houston, TX, USA
Scott LeMaire, Baylor College of Med,
Houston, TX, USA
Matthew Levine, Univ of Pennsylvania,
Philadelphia, PA, USA
Mike Liang, Baylor College of Med/
Michael E. DeBakey VAMC, Houston,
TX, USA
Heather Neuman, Univ of Wisconsin,
Madison, WI, USA
Michael Neumeister, SIU School of
Medicine, Springfield, IL,
Erika Newman, CS Mott Childrens Hsp
Ped Surg SPC 4211, Ann Arbor, MI,
USA
Louis Nguyen, Harvard Med School/
Brigham & Women’s Hsp, Boston, MA,
USA
Terence O’Keeffe, Univ of Arizona,
Tucson, AZ, USA
William Pearce, Northwestern Memorial
Hsp, Chicago, IL, USA
Roy Phitayakorn, Massachusetts
General Hsp, Boston, MA, USA
Iraklis Pipinos, Univ of Nebraska Med
Ctr, Omaha, NE, USA
John Potts, Univ of Texas Houston Med
School, Houston, TX, USA
Ray Price, University of Utah, Salt Lake
City, UT, USA
Timothy Pritts, Univ of Cincinnati,
Cincinnati, OH, USA
Carla Pugh, UW Hospitals & Clinics Dept of Surgery, Madison, WI, USA
Krishnan Raghavendran, Erie County
Med Ctr, Buffalo, NY, USA
Todd Rasmussen, San Antonio Military
Vascular Surgery, Fort Sam Houston,
TX, USA
Rishindra Reddy, Univ of Michigan Med
School, Ann Arbor, MI, USA
Patrick Reilly, Hospital of the Univ of
PA, Philadelphia, PA,
Sanziana Roman, Duke University
Medical Center, Durham, NC, USA
Todd Rosengart, SUNY at Stony Brook,
Stony Brook, NY, USA
Bethany Sacks, Johns Hopkins Univ
School of Med, Baltimore, MD, USA
Ali Salim, Cedars-Sinai Med Ctr, Los
Angeles, CA, USA
Michael Sarr, Mayo Clinic, Rochester,
MN, USA
John Scarborough, Duke Univ Med Ctr,
Durham, NC, USA
Carl Schulman, Univ of Miami School of
Medicine, Miami, FL, USA
Margaret Schwarze, Univ of
Wisconsin, Madison, WI, USA
Dorry Segev, Johns Hopkins Univ
School of Med, Baltimore, MD, USA
Frank Sellke, Warren Alpert Medical
School of Brown University, Providence,
RI, USA
Kenneth Liechty, Nemours Childrens
Hosp, Orlando, FL, USA
Susan Orloff, Oregon Health & Sciences
Univ, Portland, OR, USA
Keith Lillemoe, Mass Gen Hosp Dept of
Surgery, Boston, MA, USA
Purvi Parikh, Albany Med Ctr, Albany,
NY, USA
Alex Teng-Lung Lin, National YangMing University, Taipei, Taiwan,
Shu Lin, Duke Univ, Durham, NC, USA
Jose L. Pascual, University of
Pennsylvania School of Medicine,
Philadelphia, PA, USA
Edward Livingston, Univ of Texas
Southwestern Med Ctr, Dallas, TX, USA
Kepal Patel, New York Univ School of
Med, New York, NY, USA
Rebecca Sippel, Univ of Wisconsin,
Madison, WI, USA
Melinda Maggard-Gibbons, UCLA
Med Ctr, Los Angeles, CA, USA
Timothy Pawlik, Johns Hopkins Univ,
Baltimore, MD, USA
Carmen Solorzano, Vanderbilt Univ
Med Ctr, Nashville, TN, USA
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Paula Shireman, Univ of Texas Health
Sciences Ctr at San Antonio, San
Antonio, TX, USA
Diane Simeone, Univ of Michigan, Ann
Arbor, MI, USA
February 5 - 7, 2013
FACULTY LISTING (continued)
Julie Ann Sosa, Duke University
Medical Ctr, Durham, NC, USA
Edith Tzeng, Univ of Pittsburgh,
Pittsburgh, PA, USA
Sandra Wong, Univ of Michigan, Ann
Arbor, MI, USA
Scott Steele, Madigan Army Med Ctr,
Olympia, WA, USA
Omaida Velazquez, Univ of Miami/
DeWitt Daughtry Family Dept of
Surgery, Miami, FL, USA
Curtis Wray, Univ of Texas Med School
at Houston, Houston, TX, USA
Dimitrios Stefanidis, Carolinas Surg
Specialty Ctr, Charlotte, NC, USA
Ranjan Sudan, Duke Univ Med Ctr,
Durham, NC, USA
James Suliburk, Baylor College of
Med, Houston, TX, USA
Mamta Swaroop, Northwestern Univ/
Div of Trauma Critical Care, Chicago,
IL, USA
Larissa Temple, Memorial Hsp for
Cancer & Allied Diseases, New York,
NY, USA
Allan Tsung, UPMC Montefiore Hsp
Liver Cancer Ctr, Pittsburgh, PA, USA
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Eefje de Vries, Hoofddorp,
Netherlands,
Kasper Wang, Children’s Hsp Los
Angeles, Los Angeles, CA, USA
Tracy Wang, Med College of
Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI, USA
Sharon Weber, Univ of Wisconsin,
Madison, WI, USA
Rebekah White, Duke Univ Med Ctr,
Durham, NC, USA
Lee Wilke, Univ or WI SOM & PH,
Madison, WI, USA
Stephen Yang, Johns Hopkins Hsp,
Baltimore, MD, USA
George Yang, Stanford Univ Med Ctr,
Stanford, CA, USA
Tina Yen, Med College of Wisconsin,
Milwaukee, WI, USA
Ben Zarzaur, Univ of Tennessee
Memphis, Memphis, TN, USA
Wei Zhou, Stanford Univ, Stanford, CA,
USA
Michael Zinner, Boston, MA, USA
Brian Zuckerbraun, Univ of Pittsburgh
General Surgery, Pittsburgh, PA, USA
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FACULTY & PRESENTER DISCLOSURES
All faculty and presenters who could affect the content of this CME activity have provided disclosure of relationships with commercial interests. The following faculty and presenters provided information indicating they have a financial relationship with a
proprietary entity producing health care goods or services, with the exemption of non-profit or government organizations and
non-health care related companies. (Financial relationships can include such things as grants or research support, employee,
consultant, major stockholder, member of speaker’s bureau, etc.)
Name
Faisal G. Bakaeen
Commercial Interest
AstraZeneka
What Was Received
Other
For What Role
Speaking/Teaching
John D. Birkmeyer
ArborMetrix
Consulting Fee
Esther H. Chang
SynerGene Therapeutics, Inc.
Equity Interests
Consultant/Advisor/Investment Interest/
Owner/Equity
Consultant/Advisor/Investment Interest
Nanhai G. Chen
Genelux Corporation
Salary
Employee
Byran A. Cotton
Haemonetics Corp (Braintree, MA)
Research Grant
Scientific Study/Trial
Charles S. Cox, Jr.
Athersys, Inc.
Research Grant
Scientific Study/Trial
Justin B. Dimick
ArborMetrix
Consulting Fee/Equity
Consultant/Advisor/Owner
Peter Eckman
Thoratec, Heartware
Research Grant/Speaker Honorarium
Mark A. Farber
W.L Gore & Associates, Inc.
Consulting Fee
Consultant/Advisor
Victor A. Ferraris
AstraZeneca
Consulting Fee
Consultant/Advisor
Yuman Fong
T. Clark Gamblin
Genelux Corporation
Covidien
Research Support
Honoraria
Consultant/Advisor
Consultant
Nycomed
Honoraria
Consultant
Onyx/Bayer
Honoraria
Speaking/Teaching
Salient Solutions
Honoraria
Consultant
Geoffrey C. Gurtner
TEI Biosciences
Research Grant
Scientific Study/Trial
Kamal M. Itani
Forrest Pharmaceuticals
Monetary Compensation
Consultant/Advisor
Merck
Research Support
Investigator
Trius Therapeutics
Research Support
Investigator
William D. Jordan, Jr.
W.L Gore & Associates, Inc.
Research Support
Consultant/Advisor/Investigator
Mike K. Liang
Lifecell
Grant Recipient/Research Support
Scientific Study/Trial
Jon S. Matsumura
W.L Gore & Associates, Inc.
Research Grant
Scientific Study/Trial
Tetsuya Mitsudomi
AstraZeneca
Speaker Honorarium
Lecturer
Chugai
Speaker Honorarium
Lecturer
Wynne E. Norton
QCMetrix, Inc.
Yuri W. Novitsky
LifeCell, Davol, Kensey Nash
Consultant/Advisor/Owner/Scientific
Study/Trial
Consultant/Advisor
James Prudent
Centrose LLC
Salary/Research Grant/Research Support/Consulting Fee
Research Support/Speaker Honorarium/Consulting Fee
Salary
Michael J. Rosen
LifeCell, WL Gore, Davol, Cook
Consultant/Advisor/Lecturer
John S. Roth
CR Bard
Research Support/Speaker Honorarium/Consulting Fee
Educational Grant
CR Bard
Grant Recipient/Consulting Fee
Consultant/Advisor
Baxter Health Care
Research Grant
Scientific Study/Trial
Baxter HealthCare
Grant Recipient
Investigator
CVrx
Research Grant/Research Support
Scientific Study/Trial
CVRx
Grant Recipient
Investigator
Scott Russell Steele
Ethicon Endosurgery
Honoraria
Speaking/Teaching
Dimitrios Stefanidis
Ethicon, Bard, Gore
Honoraria
Speaking/Teaching
Samuel I. Stupp
Nanotope
Licensing Agreement or Royalty
Founder
Aladar A. Szalay
Genelux Corporation
Salary
Employee
Daniel H. Teitelbaum
Merck
Research Grant
Scientific Study/Trial
Julio A. Teixeira
Allergan
Consulting Fee
Consultant/Advisor
Covidien
Consulting Fee
Consultant/Advisor
Covidien
Honoraria
Other
Sibu P. Saha
Sharon Weber
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ASSOCIATION FOR ACADEMIC SURGERY –
About the AAS
8th Annual Academic Surgical Congress
February 5 - 7, 2013
New Orleans, Louisiana
ABOUT THE ASSOCIATION FOR
ACADEMIC SURGERY (AAS)
AAS’ mission is to inspire young surgeons
to pursue careers in academic surgery,
and to support their professional development
through research and education.
Specific goals are:
• To provide a forum for senior surgical residents, fellows,
and junior faculty members to present and discuss their
current educational, clinical or basic science research.
• To promote the career development of young surgical faculty by providing workshops designed to enhance professional and personal growth.
• To encourage the interchange of ideas between senior
surgical residents, fellows, junior faculty and established
academic surgeons.
• To facilitate communication among academic surgeons in
all surgical fields.
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ASSOCIATION FOR ACADEMIC SURGERY –
LEADERSHIP
Representatives:
THE ASSOCIATION FOR ACADEMIC
SURGERY EXECUTIVE COUNCIL
2012-2013
American Board of Surgery
Fizan Abdullah, MD President
Melina R. Kibbe, MD, RVT
(2012-2013)
President-ElectLillian S. Kao, MD, MS
(2012-2013)
Secretary
Justin B. Dimick, MD, MPH
(2012-2014)
Recorder
Julie Ann Sosa, MD
(2011-2013)
Treasurer
Timothy M. Pawlik, MD, MPH (2010-2013)
Past-President Scott A. LeMaire, MD
(2011-2012)
Past-President Daniel Albo, MD, PhD
(2010-2011)
Past-President Kevin F. Staveley-O’Carroll, MD, PhD
(2009-2010)
Councilors:
Richard A. Bafford, MD (2011-2013)
Clifford S. Cho, MD (2011-2013)
Lisa S. Poritz, MD (2011-2013)
Christopher D. Raeburn, MD (2011-2013)
Carmen C. Solorzano, MD (2011-2013)
Mark Cohen, MD (2012-2014)
Steven Goldin, MD (2012-2014)
Jayleen Grams, MD (2012-2014)
Timothy Pritts, MD (2012-2014)
Rebekah R. White, MD (2012-2014)
George Havelka, MD (Resident/Fellow Councilor) (2012-2014)
(2012-2018)
American College of Surgeons’ Board of Governors
Andrea Hayes-Jordan, MD (2009-2012)
American College of Surgeons’ Surgical Research
Committee
Arden M. Morris
(2011-2013)
Association for Surgical Education
Rebecca Sippel, MD (2011-2013)
Association of American Medical Colleges
Ben Nwomeh, MD
Gretchen Purcell Jackson, MD, PhD (2012-2014)
(2010-2013)
Association of Women Surgeons
Carla Pugh, MD (2012-2014)
National Association for Biomedical Research
David P. Foley MD (2011-2013)
Society of Black Academic Surgeons
Wayne A. Frederick MD (2011-2014)
Surgical Outcomes Club
Caprice Greenberg, MD, MPH (2011-2013)
Plastic Surgery Research Council
Timothy King, MD (2012-2014)
Deputy Treasurers:
T. Clark Gamblin, MD
Eric T. Kimchi, MD
(2011-2013)
(2012-2015)
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ASSOCIATION FOR ACADEMIC SURGERY –
LEADERSHIP
THE ASSOCIATION FOR ACADEMIC
SURGERY COMMITTEES
Education
Bethany C. Sacks, MD, Co-Chair Wei Zhou, MD, Co-Chair Vishal Bansal, MD Amalia Cochran, MD Rosa F. Hwang, MD
Alexander A. Parikh, MD Dimitrios Stefanidis, MD, PhD
Karl Y. Bilimoria, MD (Candidate Member)
Danny Chu, MD Matthew Goldblatt, MD Jacob Greenberg, MD Carl Schulman, MD
Dai Yamanouchi, MD Carly Seaberg, MD (Candidate Member) (2012-2013)
(2012-2014)
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Ethics
Andrea Hayes Jordan, MD, Chair Raja R. Gopaldas, MD Robert C. G. Martin, MD
Patricia L. Turner, MD
Krista L. Haines, MA (Candidate Member) Ulka Sachdev, MD Daniel Hall, MD Sara Murray, MD (Candidate Member)
(2011-2013)
(2011-2013)
(2011-2013)
(2011-2013)
(2011-2013)
(2012-2014)
(2012-2014)
(2012-2014)
Global Affairs
Faisal Bakaeen, MD, Co-Chair Sanjay Krishnaswami, MD, Co-Chair Roger H. Kim, MD Purvi Y. Parikh, MD Faisal G. Qureshi, MD Mamta Swaroop, MD
Arman Kahokehr, MD (Candidate Member)
Marlene S. Grenon, MD
Joshua Mammen, MD
Kevin Nguyen, MD Wolfgang Stehr, MD Jocelyn Burke, MD (Candidate Member)
(2012-2014)
(2012-2014)
(2011-2013)
(2011-2013)
(2011-2013)
(2011-2013)
(2011-2013)
(2012-2014)
(2012-2014)
(2012-2014)
(2012-2014)
(2012-2014)
Information & Technology
Allan Tsung, MD, Chair Bola Asiyanbola, MD Tomer Davidov, MD Jeffrey M. Farma, MD Lauren B. Mashaud, MD Giuseppe R. Nigri, MD, PhD Diego M. Avella Patino, MD (Candidate Member) Imran Hassan, MD Antonello Pileggi, MD Dorry Segev, MD
Jyotirmay (Joe) Sharma, MD David Stewart, Sr, MD Dominic Papandria, MD (Candidate Member)
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Issues
Gregory D. Kennedy, MD, PhD, Co-Chair Julie Margenthaler, MD, Co-Chair Brian Badgwell, MD, MS Denise Carneiro-Pla, MD
Steven Chen, MD, MBA Christopher C. Rupp, MD Claudia N. Emami, MD (Candidate Member)
Jason Gold, MD Harish Lavu, MD Quan Ly, MD David Schneider, MD Evan Glazer, MD (Candidate Member)
(2012-2014)
(2011-2013)
(2011-2013)
(2011-2013)
(2011-2013)
(2011-2013)
(2011-2013)
(2012-2014)
(2012-2014)
(2012-2014)
(2012-2014)
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Leadership
Jon Gould MD, Co-Chair Daniel Anaya, MD, Co-Chair Anthony W. Kim, MD Peter F. Nichol, MD, PhD Juan R. Sanabria, MD Christopher J. Sonnenday, MD Peter I. Tsai, MD Thomas N. Wang, MD, PhD
Jaime Cavallo (Candidate Member)
Robert Canter, MD Katherine Gallagher, MD Michael House, MD Steven Katz, MD Christine Lau, MD Matthew Levine, MD Colin Martin, MD (Candidate Member)
(2012-2014)
(2011-2013)
(2011-2013)
(2011-2013)
(2011-2013)
(2011-2013)
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(2011-2013)
(2011-2013)
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(2012-2014)
Membership
Niraj Gusani, MD, Chair Vanita Ahuja, MD
Faiz Y. Bhora, MD Todd V. Brennan, MD, MS James M. McLoughlin, MD Ravi Radhakrishnan, MD, MBA Jason W. Smith, MD Kazuaki Takabe, MD, PhD Allison L. Speer, MD (Candidate Member)
Adam Berger, MD Amy Cyr, MD
Wendy Greene, MD Saju Joseph, MD Marcovalerio Melis, MD James Orr, MD Justin Sambol, MD Sohail Shah, MD (Candidate Member)
(2012-2014)
(2011-2013)
(2011-2013)
(2011-2013)
(2011-2013)
(2011-2013)
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(2011-2013)
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LEADERSHIP (continued)
Nominating
Melina R. Kibbe, MD, Chair Richard A. Bafford, MD Clifford S. Cho, MD Justin B. Dimick, MD, MPH Lillian S. Kao, MD, MS Timothy M. Pawlik, MD, MPH Lisa S. Poritz, MD Christopher D. Raeburn, MD Carmen C. Solorzano, MD
Julie Ann Sosa, MD Rebecca Sippel, MD Margaret Gretchen Schwarze, MD, MPP Publications
(2012-2013)
(2012-2013)
(2012-2013)
(2012-2014)
(2012-2013)
(2011-2013)
(2012-2013)
(2012-2013)
(2012-2013)
(2011-2013)
(2012-2013)
(2012-2013)
Outcomes Research
Sandra Wong, MD, Chair Julie R. Fuchs, MD Tina W. Yen, MD, MS Amir Ghaferi, MD (Candidate Member) Ravi J. Chokshi, MD David Greenblatt, MD Elliott Haut, MD Timothy Lee, MD Heather Neuman, MD (2012-2014)
(2011-2013)
(2011-2013)
(2011-2013)
(2012-2013)
(2012-2014)
(2012-2014)
(2012-2014)
(2012-2014)
Program
Peter R. Nelson, MD, Chair E. Ramsay Camp, MD
Kent C. Choi, MD Zara A. Cooper, MD
Michael Englesbe, MD Adil Haidir, MD Heitham T. Hassoun, MD Ajay Jain, MD Muneera R. Kapadia, MD Eugene S. Kim, MD Joseph Kim, MD Eric J. Silberfein, MD Julie Ann Sosa, MD Jason A. Spector, MD James W. Suliburk, MD Larissa Temple, MD Curtis J. Wray, MD Peter Abt, MD Christopher Abularrage, MD Shanda H. Blackmon, MD, MPH Hiromichi Ito, MD Cassandra Kelleher, MD Daniela P. Ladner, MD, MPH Mike Liang, MD Erika Newman, MD Louis L. Nguyen, MD, MBA Ian Paquette, MD Rishindra Reddy, MD Sunil Singhal, MD Samuel Soffer, MD Michael Stang, MD Nabil Wasif, MD Ben Zarzaur, MD Victor Zaydfudim, MD Amer Zureikat, MD (2011-2013)
(2011-2013)
(2011-2013)
(2011-2013)
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Jussuf Kaifi, MD, Chair Steven R. Allen, MD George J. Chang, MD, MS John A. Curci, MD Alexander Sasha Krupnick, MD
Matthew J. Martin, MD James J. Mezhir, MD Terence O’Keeffe, MB ChB, MPH Sanziana Roman, MD
Julie Ann Sosa, MD
John H. Stewart, IV, MD KuoJen Tsao, MD
Christopher Anderson, MD Avo Artinyan, MD Luke Brewster, MD Darrell Cass, MD, FACS Piero M. Fisichella, MD David Kauvar, MD Sundeep Keswani, MD Geeta Lal, MD Marie Catherine Lee, MD Daniel McKenna, MD Jerry Makama, MD John Mansour, MD Stefanos G. Millas, MD Kevin Mollen, MD Rosina Serene Perkins, MD Roy Phitayakorn, MD
Seth Spector, MD
Scott R. Steele, MD Jose Trevino, MD (2011-2013)
(2011-2013)
(2011-2013)
(2011-2013)
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ASSOCIATION FOR ACADEMIC SURGERY –
LEADERSHIP (continued)
Ad Hoc Appointments and Committees
AAS/Colombian Surgical Association Course Task
Force
Daniel Anaya, MD, Chair (2011-2013)
Daniel Albo, MD, PhD (2011-2013)
Jaime Escallon, MD (2011-2013)
Oscar Guevara, MD (2011-2013)
Andrew G. Hill, FRACS (2011-2013)
Barbra S. Miller, MD (2011-2013)
Kevin F. Staveley-O’Carroll, MD, PhD (2012-2013)
AAS/French Surgical Association Course Task Force
C. Max Schmidt, MD, PhD, MBA, Chair, (2011-2013)
Melina R. Kibbe, MD, (2011-2013)
Faisal G. Qureshi, MD (2011-2013)
Cord Sturgeon, MD (2011-2013)
Olivier Turrini, MD (2011-2013)
Nicholas J. Zyromski, MD (2011-2013)
AAS German Course Task Force
Jussuf T. Kaifi, MD, Chair Arman Kakokehr, MD Abhishek Mathur, MD Timothy M. Pawlik, MD, MPH C. Max Schmidt, MD, PhD, MBA (2011-2013)
(2011-2013)
(2011-2013)
(2011-2013)
(2011-2013)
AAS Indian Course Task Force
Sanjay Krishnaswami, MD, Chair Saju Joseph, MD Benedict C. Nwomeh, MD Julie Ann Sosa, MD Mamta Swaroop, MD John A. Windsor, BSc MBChB Muneera R. Kapadia, MD (2011-2013)
(2011-2013)
(2011-2013)
(2011-2013)
(2011-2013)
(2011-2013)
(2012-2014)
AAS Italian Course Task Force
Marcovalerio Melis, MD, Chair Clark Gamblin, MD Roger H. Kim, MD Scott A. LeMaire, MD Giuseppe R. Nigri, MD, PhD Piero M. Fisichella, MD (2011-2013)
(2011-2013)
(2011-2013)
(2011-2013)
(2011-2013)
(2012-2014)
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AAS/Royal Australasian College of Surgeons Course
Task Force
Lillian S. Kao, MD, MS, Chair (2010-2013)
Carlton C. Barnett, Jr., MD (2012-2014)
Richard Hanney, MB, BS (2012-2014)
Andrew G. Hill, FRACS (2012-2014)
Eric T. Kimchi, MD (2012-2014)
Julie Ann Sosa, MD (2012-2014)
AAS West African Course Task Force
Akpofure Peter Ekeh, MD, Co-Chair Jonathan Laryea, MD, Co-Chair Emmanuel A. Ameh, MD Bola Asiyanbola, MD Fiemu E. Nwariaku, MD Benedict C. Nwomeh, MD Purvi Y. Parikh, MD Timothy M. Pawlik, MD, MPH Kristen C. Sihler, MD, MS (2011-2013)
(2011-2013)
(2011-2013)
(2011-2013)
(2011-2013)
(2011-2013)
(2011-2013)
(2011-2013)
(2011-2013)
ASC Conflict of Interest Task Force
Andrea Hayes-Jordan, MD, Chair M. Gretchen Schwarze, MD Kathrin M. Troppmann, MD (2011-2013)
(2011-2013)
(2011-2013)
Subspecialty Representatives Task Force
Stefan Holubar, MD (2011-2013)
AAS/SUS Young Surgical Investigators Course Task
Force
Scott A. LeMaire, MD (2011-2013)
Arden Morris, MD (2011-2013)
Julie Ann Sosa, MD (2011-2013)
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Association for Academic
Surgery Foundation
President
C. Max Schmidt, MD, PhD,
MBA,FACS
Indianapolis,
IN
President
C. Max Schmidt, MD, PhD, MBA
Indianapolis, IN
Vice-President
Matthias
G. Stelzner, MD
Vice-President
Los Angeles,
MatthiasCA
G. Stelzner, MD
Los Angeles, CA
Secretary-Treasurer
Secretary-Treasurer
John "Petch" Gibbons
David W. McFadden, MD, MBA
Washington,
DC
Burlington, VT
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Directors
at Large
F. Charles
Bunicardi,
Dana K.
Andersen,
MD MD
Houston TX
Silver Spring,
MD
Herbert Chen, MD
Madison, WI
F. Charles Brunicardi, MD
AlanTX
Dardik, MD, PhD
Houston,
New Haven, CT
B. Dimick,
MD, MPH
HerbertJustin
Chen,
MD, FACS
Ann Arbor, MI
Madison, WI
Henri R. Ford, MD, MHA
Los Angeles, CA
Henri R.
Ford, MD, MHA
Lillian S.CA
Kao, MD, MS
Los Angeles,
Houston, TX
R. Kibbe,
MD, MS
Lillian Melina
S. Kao,
MD, MS
Chicago, IL
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TX
Rosemary A. Kozar, MD, PhD
Houston,
TX
Rosemary
A. Kozar,
MD, PhD
Scott
Houston,
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Houston, TX
Timothy
M. Pawlik,
Scott A.
LeMaire,
MD MD, MPH
Baltimore,
Houston,
TX MD
Julie Ann Sosa, MD, MA
NC
David Durham,
W. McFadden,
MD,
MBA
Burlington, VT
Kim M. Olthoff, MD, FACS
Philadelphia, PA
Timothy
M. Pawlik, MD, MPH
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visit and
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Alternatively, please feel free to contact the
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Executive Director: Colleen Elkins
Suite 600 Los Angeles, CA 90064
Office: 1.310.437.1606 ext. 114 E-mail: [email protected]
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Executive Director: Jill Smith
Address: 11300 W. Olympic Blvd. Suite 600 Los Angeles, CA 90064
Office: 1.310.437.1606 ext. 114 E-mail: [email protected]
The Association for Academic Surgery
Foundation – CurreNt Supporters
The Association for Academic Surgery Foundation gratefully acknowledges our 2012 donors:
$1,001 - $1,500
Eric W. Fonksalrud, MD
Henri R. Ford, MD
C. Max Schmidt, MD, PhD, MBA
$1,000 - $501
Richard Andrassy, MD
David H. Berger, MD
F. Charles Brunicardi, MD
Herbert Chen, MD
Justin B. Dimick, MD, MPH
David L. Dunn, MD
Lillian S. Kao, MD, MS
Melina R. Kibbe, MD
Rosemary A. Kozar, MD
Scott A. LeMaire, MD
Tien C. Ko, MD
Jeffrey B. Matthews, MD
David W. McFadden, MD
David I. Soybel, MD
Matthias G. Stelzner, MD
Jennifer F. Tseng, MD
Creighton B. Wright, MD
Michael A Zinner, MD
$500 - $251
Charles M. Balch, MD
Roger Hoon Kim, MD
Kevin Lally, MD
Julie Ann Margenthaler, MD
Fiemu E. Nwariaku, MD
Kim M. Olthoff, MD
Carla Marie Pugh, MD, PhD
John F. Renz, MD
Kevin F. Staveley-O’Carroll, MD, PhD
Sandra Lynn Wong, MD
$250 - $101
Daniel A. Anaya, MD
Amalia L. Cochran, MD
Clifford S. Cho, MD
Akpofure Peter Ekeh, MD
T. Clark Gamblin, MD
Caprice C. Greenberg, MD
Sanjay Krishnaswami, MD
Keith D. Lillemoe, MD
Sean J. Mulvihill, MD
Timothy M. Pawlik, MD, MPH
Carmen C. Solorzano, MD
Julie Ann Sosa, MD
Thomas W. Wakefield, MD
Tracy S. Wang, MD, MPH
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$50 - $25
$100 - $51
Ahsan T. Ali, MD, FACS
Stanley Ashley, MD
David Thomas Efron, MD
Sherif Gala Shoukry Emil, MD, CM, FACS
Anne C. Fischer, MD, PhD
Scott F. Gallagher, MD, FACS
Steven B. Goldin, MD, PhD
Jon C. Gould, MD
Jayleen Grams, MD, PhD
Niraj J. Gusani, MD, MS
Thomas Zander Hayward, MD, MBA
Richard A. Hodin, MD
Scott Thomas Hollenbeck, MD
Stefan David Holubar, MD
Gretchen Purcell Jackson, MD, PhD
Samir D. Johna, MD
Jussuf Thomas Kaifi, MD
Gregory Dean Kennedy, MD, PhD
Eric T. Kimchi, MD
Timothy W. King, MD, PhD
Julie Eileen Lang, MD
Jacob C. Langer, MD
Jonathan Amarkwei Laryea, MBCHB
Martin D. McCarter, MD William Mendez, MD
Kevin Patrick Mollen, MD
Benedict C. Nwomeh, MD
Timothy A. Pritts, MD, PhD
Christopher D. Raeburn, MD
Joseph Dante Raffetto, MD, MS
Taylor S. Riall, MD, PhD
Carl Schulman, MD
Susan Kronen Steinemann, MD
Allan Tsung, MD
Michael T. Watkins, MD
Sharon Weber, MD
Fizan Abdullah, MD, PhD
Basheer Jabo Abdullahi, MBBS, FRCS
Faisal G. Bakaeen, MD
Abdullahi Basheer, MD
Kendra Bowman
Kathryn Lee Butler, MD
Yvonne Marie Carter, MD
David P. Foley, MD
Ross Frederick Goldberg, MD
Steven B. Goldin, MD, PhD
Oscar H. Grandas, MD
Wendy Ricketts Greene, MD
Naren Gupta, MD
George Edward Havelka, MD
Awad Jarrar, MD
Tomohiro Kawamura, MD
Anthony W. Kim, MD
Dong Won Kim, MD, PhD
Seth B. Krantz, MD
Janet Lee, MD
Steven L. Lee, MD
Mike Kuo Liang, MD
Abigail Ellen Martin, MD
Matthew Jeffrey Martin, BA, BS, MD
Michele Molinari, MD, MsS
Michael A. Norman, MD
Anthony Panos, MD
James Martin McLoughlin, MD
Marcovalerio Melis, MD
Chet Aaron Morrison, BA, MD
Somasundar Ponnandai, MD
Ricardo Quarrie, MD
Bethany Cara Sacks, MD
Rebecca Sippel, MD
Carmen C. Solorzano, MD
Stanislaw Peter Stawicki, MD
Mamta Swaroop, MD
Camilo Trujillo, MD
Rebekah Ruth White, MD
Curtis J. Wray, MD
Wei Zhou, MD
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SOCIETY OF UNIVERSITY SURGEONS (SUS)
The Society of
University Surgeons
Seventy-Fourth Annual Meeting
February 5 - 7, 2013
New Orleans, Louisiana
SUS Office Directory
341 N. Maitland Avenue, Suite 130
Maitland, FL 32751
Tel: 407-647-7714
Fax: 407-629-2502
Council & Committee Liaison &
ASC Meeting Room Coordination: Alison Hodges
Phone Ext: 241 email: [email protected]
ASC Food & Beverage Coordination: Lyn Henderson, CMP
Phone Ext: 231 email: [email protected]
VIP Assistant & ASC Registration: Latisha Moore
Phone Ext: 227 email: [email protected]
Payment & Billing Information:
Debbie Batchelor & Alison Thompson
Phone Ext. 222 email: [email protected]
Membership & ASC Registration Information: Mindy Hoo
Phone Ext. 230 email: [email protected]
Executive Vice President: Phil Pyster, CAE
Phone Ext: 226 email: [email protected]
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SOCIETY OF UNIVERSITY SURGEONS (SUS)
Society of University Surgeons Executive Committee:
Front Row (l-r): Susan Orloff, David Hackam, Rebecca Minter, George Yang, Dai Chung, Hasan Alam, Kelli Bullard Dunn;
Back Row (l-r): Sharon Weber, Matthew Rosengart, Peter Angelos, Dave Mercer, Frank Sellke, Joseph Woo, Nipun Merchant,
Vijay Khatri. Not Pictured: Joe Hines, Mary Hawn, David Geller, Dan Meldrum, Dev Desai, Mark Evers, Selwyn Vickers.
2012 - 2013 SUS Executive Council
COMMITTEE ON PUBLICATIONS
George Yang O. Joe Hines Rebecca M. Minter David Hackam Kelli M. Bullard Dunn Joseph Woo Mary Hawn David A. Geller Dai H. Chung Daniel R. Meldrum
Hasan Alam Sharon Weber Dev Desai Joseph Woo, Chair Krishnan Raghavendran
Lee Wilke
Allan Tsung
Melinda Maggard-Gibbons
Kasper Wang
Iraklis Pininos
Shimul Shah T. Clark Gamblin Marc Jeschke Carmen Solorzarno Jeff Kerby Ian Alwyn Mark Hellmich H.J. Kim Tim Pritts Scott Steele Eric Kimchi Celia Chao George Yang
President
President-Elect
Secretary
Treasurer
Surgical Education
Publications
Social & Legislative Issues
Past President
Past President
Past President
Councilor-At-Large 2010 - 2013
Councilor-At-Large 2011 - 2014
Councilor-At-Large 2012 - 2015
COMMITTEE ON SURGICAL EDUCATION
Kelli Bullard Dunn, Chair Lillian Kao Aurora Pryor Marc A. de Moya
Wei Zhou
Sergio Huerta
O. Joe Hines President Elect
B. Mark Evers ABS Representative
Selwyn Vickers ACS Representative
Vijay Khatri AAMC Representative
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2011 - 2014
2011 - 2013
2011 - 2013
2012-2014
2012-2104
2012-2014
2012 - 2014
2012 - 2015
2012 - 2015
2012 - 2015
2012 - 2015
2012 - 2015
2012 - 2015
2010 - 2013
2010 - 2013
2010 - 2013
2010 - 2013
2010 - 2013
2011 - 2014
2011 - 2014
2011 - 2014
2011 - 2014
2011 - 2014
2011 - 2014
2011 - 2014
President
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SOCIETY OF UNIVERSITY SURGEONS (SUS)
COMMITTEE ON SOCIAL &
LEGISLATIVE ISSUES
SURGICAL RESEARCH AND EDUCATION
COMMITTEE
Mary Hawn, Chair Mark Cohen
Deepak Narayan
Brian Daley
Greg Victorino
Lee (David) Gorden Luis Fernandez David Mercer Henri Ford
Nipun Merchant
American College of Surgeons
Brian Zuckerbraun 2011 - 2014
2012 - 2015
2012 - 2015
2012 - 2015
2012 - 2015
2011 - 2013
2011 - 2013
ABS Representative
ACS Representative
AAMC Representative
MEMBERSHIP COMMITTEE
Hasan Alam, Chair Greg Kennedy
Emmanuel Zervos
Sonia Sugg
Christine Loranga
Alan Dardik Robert Martin Taylor Riall Edith Tzeng Herb Zeh
Bryan Clary Stephen Shew Chuck Heise Dai Chung
Dave Geller
Dan Meldrum
George Yang
Rebecca M. Minter
2010 - 2013
2012 - 2015
2012 - 2015
2012 - 2015
2012 - 2015
2010 - 2013
2010 - 2013
2010 - 2013
2010 - 2013
2011 - 2014
2011 - 2014
2011 - 2014
2011 - 2014
Past President
Past President
Past President
President
Secretary
SCHOLARSHIP COMMITTEE
Dev Desai, Chair Sharon Weber David Geller Dai Chung Dan Meldrum O. Joe Hines 2012 - 2015
2011 - 2014
Past President
Past President
Past President
President-Elect
THE AMERICAN BOARD OF SURGERY
B. Mark Evers David Mercer 2007 - 2013
2010 - 2016
AMERICAN COLLEGE OF SURGEONS
BOARD OF GOVERNORS
Frank Sellke Selwyn Vickers 2012 - 2015
2007 - 2013
COUNCIL OF ACADEMIC SOCIETIES
Association of American Medical Colleges
Vijay Khatri Nipun Merchant 2010 - 2013
National Association of Biomedical Research
Matthew Rosengart
2012 - 2015
SUS COMMITTEE ON GLOBAL
ACADEMIC SURGERY
Susan Orloff, Chair Sam Finlayson Ai-Xuan Holterman
Nipun Merchant Fiemu Nwariaku Evan Nadler
Benedict Nwomeh Diane Simeone
Michael Sarr 2012 - 2015
2012 - 2014
2012 - 2014
2012 - 2015
2012 - 2015
2012 - 2016
2012 - 2016
At-Large Member
At-Large Member
AAS Representatives
Catherine Juillard
Sanjay Krishnaswami
Peter Kingham
Jocelyn Logar-Collins
2012 - 2015
2012 - 2015
2012 - 2015
2012 - 2015
SUS COMMITTEE ON ETHICS &
CONFLICT OF INTEREST
Peter Angelos, Chair Doug Turner
M. Gretchen Schwarze
Doug Turner
Shimul Shah
Kasper Wang
Ali Salim Benedict Nwomeh 2012 - 2015
2012 - 2014
2012 - 2014
2012 - 2014
2012 - 2015
2012 - 2015
2012 - 2016
2012 - 2016
ETHICON - SUS
RESEARCH FELLOWSHIP RECIPIENTS
Rhiana Menen Mentor: Michael Bouvet
2011 - 2012
Monica Rodriguez
Mentor: Melina Kibbe
2011 - 2013
Allison L. Speer Mentor: Tracy Grikscheit
2011 - 2012
Denise Tai Mentor: Gerald Lipshutz
2012 - 2013
Jack Harbel Mentor: Holger Willenbring and Peter Stock
2012 - 2013
2010 - 2013
2011 - 2014
EDITORIAL BOARD OF SURGERY
Scott Gruber 2010 - 2013
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SOCIETY OF UNIVERSITY SURGEONS (SUS)
2012 SUS TRAVEL AWARD WINNERS
Rebecca Busch, Washington University School of Medicine
Jeong Hyun, Stanford University School of Medicine
2010 - 2014 SUS/ACS/Pfizer K08 Supplemental Award
Nita Ahuja, Johns Hopkins University
2012 - 2013 SUS Resident Scholar Award
Carly Glarner, University of Wisconsin Hospital and Clinics
2011 - 2012 SUS Clinical Scholar Award
Heather Neuman, University of Wisconsin
2011 – 2012 SUS Translational Research
Award
Ian Tsung, University of Pittsburgh
SUS FOUNDATION
Board of Directors
B. Mark Evers President
Rebecca M. Minter Secretary
David Hackam Treasurer
David Cole At-Large Member
Richard Hodin At-Large Member
Susan Orloff At-Large Member
Michael T. Watkins At-Large Member
Dev Desai Chair, Scholarship Committee
Sharon Weber Councilor-At-Large
Phil Pyster, CAE SUS Executive Vice President, Ex Officio
SUS INTERNATIONAL SCHOLARS
PROGRAM
YOUNG INVESTIGATOR TRAVEL AWARDS
The SUS sponsors two travel awards per year. Two of the
presenters at the Plenary Session of the annual SUS meeting
will be selected to receive Travel Awards. Selection is made
by members of the Executive Council, past presidents of the
SUS and representatives of foreign surgical societies. The
Publications Chair coordinates the selection process. The
merits of the research, the quality of the presentation, and the
skills demonstrated during the discussion will be considered
in selecting award recipients. Each award recipient will attend
either the SARS or ESSR meeting in the year following their
selection where they will present their research. The SUS provides round trip coach air fare for the award recipient, while
the foreign societies provide accommodations and registration
fees for the meeting. The award is intended for surgical resident trainees or surgical junior faculty.
INTERNATIONAL LEADERSHIP AWARDS
Physician leaders from the SUS are chosen each year to
represent the SUS at the annual meetings of its sister inter­
national surgical societies. In each case, they are expected
to present some aspect of their scientific or clinical work and
participate in important interchanges with the leaders of the
various international surgical societies.
SUS LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD
WINNERS
John A. Mannick, MD
James C. Thompson, MD Basil A. Pruitt, Jr., MD Frank G. Moody, MD Clyde F. Barker, MD Richard L. Simmons, MD Ben Eiseman, MD Patricia K. Donahoe Alden H. Harken 2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
SUS IN MEMORIAM
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R. Peter Altman
Sanford Larson
Thomas Anthony
John McDonald
Harold G. Barker
Yosef H. Pilch
Alan Birtch
Edwin W. Salzman
John F. Burke
David Sabiston
John H. Davis
Francis T. Thomas
Ben Eiseman
John Waldhausen
C. Rollins Hanlon
Alvin L. Watne
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SOCIETY OF UNIVERSITY SURGEONS (SUS)
Foundation Donors 1/1/2012 – 12/31/2012
Please note that this list of donors includes only those donating during the 2012 year; it does not include previous years’ donors
to the Foundation.
Diamond Level
Bronze Level
$10,000 and above
$250 and above
Ethicon, Inc.
Corporate Council Bronze Level
$7,500 and above
Synovis Surgical Innovations
Gold Level
$1,000 and above
California Community Foundation Endowment Account
Edward Alfrey MD*
Timothy Billiar & Edith Tzeng MDs
Dai H. Chung MD
David Cole MD
Brian Daley MD*
B. Mark Evers MD
Dr. & Mrs. Eric Fonkalsrud MD
Henri Ford MD*
George Gittes MD*
Alden Harken MD
Oscar Hines MD
Thomas Howdieshell MD
Richard Hodin MD
Lillian S. Kao MD
Keith Lillemoe MD
Melinda and Michael Longaker MD
Fred Luchette MD
Ronald Maier MD
Jeffrey Matthews MD
Funda Meric Bernstam MD
Elizabeth Mittendorf MD, PhD*
Basil Pruitt, Jr. MD
Robert S. Rhodes MD*
Diane Simeone MD
Richard L. Simmons MD
Joseph Tepas III MD*
Brad Warner, MD
Michael Watkins MD
Mark A. Wilson, MD, PhD*
Charles Yeo MD
Mihae Yu MD
Brian Zuckerbraun MD
Silver Level
$500 and above
Waddah Al-Refaie MD
William Cioffi MD
John Mannick MD
Rebecca Minter MD
Roger Perry MD
Nicholas Petrelli MD
Sharon Weber MD
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Elizabeth Beierle MD
Andrew Chang MD
Celia Chao MD
Mary Hawn MD
George Hill MD
K. Craig Kent MD
Michael Nussbaum MD
Martin Tilson III, MD
Thomas Wakefield MD
Contributors under $250
Stanley Ashley MD
Clyde F. Barker, MD
David Berger MD
Herbert Chen MD
Mike Chen MD
Mark Glynn Davies MD
Andrew Elia MD
Douglas Evans MD
Douglas Fraker MD
T. Clark Gamblin MD
Antonio A. Garzon MD
Constantine Godella MD
George W. Holcomb III MD
Bernard Jaffe MD
Melina Kibbe MD
Marvin M. Kirsh MD
Jean-Martin Laberge MD
Jacob C. Langer MD
Francois Luks MD
Jeffrey Marks MD
Alicia M. Mohr MD
Richard Pierson, III MD
Taylor S. Riall MD
Frederick Rescorla MD
Lawrence Rosenberg MD
George Sheldon, MD
Rebecca Sippel MD
David Soybel MD
Susan Steinemann, MD
Matthias Stelzner MD
Jesse Thompson, Jr MD
Lee Wilke MD
Bruce Wolfe MD
*Gold Level Pledge
This list is updated monthly. If you see any errors or you do
not see your name and you made a donation this year, please
contact the office at [email protected] or 407-647-8839 to get
this corrected, immediately. Thank you for your support!
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