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Episode #3 of the Charged podcast.
Dr. Denise Gee is a surgeon specializing in bariatric surgery. As you might imagine, being a surgeon and teaching the future generation is an intense job. But as the mom of three, she’s become a master in work-life balance so she can be a hands-on mom and surgeon.
Denise W. Gee, MD is an advanced laparoscopic surgeon specializing in minimally invasive general and bariatric surgery. She is an assistant professor of surgery at Harvard Medical School. In her roles as the director of surgical simulation in the Department of Surgery and associate program director of the General Surgery Residency, she is responsible for simulation-based training efforts within the Department of Surgery and across all disciplines throughout the hospital.
Dr. Gee's research interests involve novel use of simulation to teach technical and nontechnical surgical skills and she has received multiple grants to support this work. She is the faculty lead of a comprehensive, longitudinal, surgical skills curriculum for surgical residents and actively participates in medical student education. She brings her interest and expertise in this field onto a national level as the co-chair of the Resident and Fellows Training Committee in SAGES (Society of American Gastrointestinal and Endoscopic Surgeons) and vice-chair of the ASE Simulation Committee.
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