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Lillemoe KD: Current management of bile duct injury. Br J Surg 95:403-405, 2008.
Bilimoria KY, Bentrem DJ, Lillemoe KD, et al. Assessment of pancreatic cancer care in the United States based on formally developed quality indicators. J Nat Can Inst 101:848-859, 2009.
Ziegler KM, Nakeeb A, Pitt HA, Schmidt CM, Bishop SA, Moreno J, Matos JM, Zyromski NJ, House MG, Madura JA, Howard TJ, and Lillemoe KD: Pancreatic Surgery: Evolution at a high volume center. Surgery 148:702-710, 2010. (Presented at the Central Surgical Association, 2010).
Ziegler KM, Pitt HA, Zyromski NJ, Chauhan A, Sherman S, Lehman GA, Lillemoe KD,
Rescorla FJ, West KW, and Grosfeld JL: Choledochoceles: Are they choledochal cysts? Ann Surg 252:683-690, 2010. (Presented at the American Surgical Association, 2010).
Lutz E, Yeo CJ, Lillemoe KD, et al. A lethally irradiated allogeneic granulocyte-macrophage colony stimulating factor-secreting tumor vaccine for pancreatic adenocarcinoma: A phase II trialof safety, efficacy, and immune activation. Ann Surg 253: 328-335, 2011.
On May 21, 125 members of the educator community at the MGH gathered for a day-long symposium focusing on interprofessional health care education. Sponsored by the MGH Executive Committee on Teaching and Education (ECOTE), the event started with opening remarks by Keith Lillemoe, MD, chief of Surgery and ECOTE chair.
“If you ever see a turtle atop a flagpole, you know it had a lot of help getting there,” said Keith Lillemoe, MD, chief of the Department of Surgery, during the Sept. 7 Surgery Grand Rounds where he shared his 2017 American Surgical Association (ASA) Presidential Address. “I am the proverbial turtle and owe so much to so many.”
The MGH Executive Committee on Teaching and Education (ECOTE) hosted its first Education Symposium for MGH educators on May 16 in the Starr Center and the Richard B. Simches Research Center. Nearly 200 of the hospital’s brightest teachers and educational innovators gathered for the event.
Thirty-six former MGH patients, ranging in age from 35 to 81, recently returned to the hospital for the inaugural pancreatic surgery patient symposium, “Through Patients’ Eyes: Understanding Life After Pancreatic Surgery.”
Some virtuosos play the piano to perfection, others paint like Picasso, but for MGH physician-researchers, talent lies in the art of discovery.
Efforts at Massachusetts General Hospital Cancer Center are underway to address the need for more effective treatment approaches for locally advanced and metastatic disease.
The MGH Department of Surgery hosted Lord Ara Darzi of Denham, England, as the keynote speaker of the third annual Charles D. McCabe Lecture in Surgical Education Sept. 16.
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