Events

Harvard Surgical HSR Speaker Series Archive

Harvard Surgical HSR Speaker Series Archive

2019-2020

Thomas Varghese, MD, MS, FACS – “The academic surgeon nomad: Lessons learned from early career setbacks”

Cassandra Kelleher, MD – “Practice patterns that influence gender inequity in academic surgery”

Randi Smith, MD, MPH – “Firearms, Finance and Food: Using health services research to tackle violence as a public health problem”

Tracey Perez Koehlmoos, PhD, MHA – “Building Health Services Research for the Military Health System”

2018-2019

Barbara Trautner, MD, PhD – “From fish to Department of Surgery: Building a career in collaborative research”

Dae Kim, MD, MPH – “Measurement of frailty and its applications to evaluate outcomes of medical treatments in medicare data”

Angela Ingraham, MD, MS, FACS – “Emergency general surgery: Delivery of care and interhospital transfers”

Daniel Chu, MD – “Beyond the knife: Health literacy and why it matters”

Andrea Pusic, MD, MHS, FACS, FRCSC – “Building a career in academic research”

Rachel Kelz, MD, MSCE, MBA – “Using data to inform surgical education”

2017-2018

David Chang, PhD, MPH, MBA – ” Culturally Sensitive Care Begins with Culturally Sensitive Science”

Pasithorn Amy Suwanabol, MD, MSc – “Understanding and Addressing the Role of Surgeons in the Provision of Palliative Care”

Michael McWilliams, MD, PhD – “Accountable Care Organizations: Happy Talk, Evidence, and Challenges Ahead”

Joaquim Havens, MD – “Learning How to Change Surgical Practice: How a Surgeon Looks at Emergency General Surgery from Definition to Outcomes”

Rodrigo Guerrero, MD, MSc, PhD – “An Epidemiological Approach for the Prevention of Urban Violence: the Case of Cali, Colombia”

Benjamin Brooke, MD, PhD, FACS – “Interviews, Informatics, and Implementation: the Quest to Round Out a Surgical Health Services Research Career”

Mark Shrime, MD, PhD, MPH – “Solving for Why: a Life in Global Surgery”