SAGES Stories

SAGES Stories

You can’t spell Minimally Invasive Surgery without SAGES!

Episodes

June 24, 2024 76 mins
In episode 23 of the SAGES Stories Podcast, Carla Pugh, MD, PhD, discusses pattern-recognition, grants, research, and surgery. Links included are for the SAGES 2024 Annual Meeting Recordings, the SAGES SINC Investment Fund, and SAGES Ingenuity.
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In episode 24 we talk to Drs. Pryor, Schwaitzberg, and Schlachta about the SAGES Investment Network and SAGES Ingenuity.
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In episode 22 we talk to Dr. Schlachta about innovation in surgery, getting involved in laparoscopy, the SAGES Investment Network and SAGES Ingenuity.
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February 19, 2024 66 mins
In episode 21 we talk to Dr. Telem about Fall weather, evolutionary biology as a gateway to surgery, developing skin by being from Philadelphia, and creating an academic surgical career for oneself.
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In episode 20 we talk to Dr. Schwaitzberg about socks, bingo, innovation, bad strategies for applying to med school, Club Med(?), plus current investment and innovation opportunities.
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September 27, 2023 73 mins
In episode 19 we talk to Dr. King about learning to lead, the Glass Cliff, The Wallflowers (for some reason), belonging, advocacy, and implementing technology and more!
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In episode 18 we talk to Dr. Goldberg about his early years as a stage thespian, later years as a surgeon, Cleveland (of course), and much more.
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In episode 17 we talk to Dr. Soper about the wild-west early days of MIS, surgeons with frickin laser beams, and why SAGES is the best society ever.
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In episode 15 we talk to Dr. Johnson about Cleveland (why?), global surgery volunteerism, how to implement DEI correctly, offsetting surgery's carbon footprint, and more.
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In episode 15 we talk to Dr. Mary Hawn about the American Board of Surgery, challenges facing surgeons today, and Vizslas.
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In episode 14 we talk to Dr. Bruce Schirmer about HPB and the early partnerships between SAGES and the AHPBA, the early days of laparoscopy and endoscopy as he experienced them, and one of the most unfortunate/infamous SAGES Stories of all time.
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In episode 13 we talk to Dr. Gerry Fried about surgical education, the history of the SAGES Fundamentals Program, Canada, and much more.
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In episode 12 we talk to Dr. Caitlin Halbert about rock stardom, bartending, getting into surgery as a woman and finding those strong women mentors and more.
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In episode 11 we talk to Dr. Jeff Ponsky about endoscopy, Cleveland, and living on a compound.  Plus, surgery, SAGES, family, and the importance of not taking oneself too seriously.
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In episode 10, this is it.  The big one.  We're talking to one of the OGs of SAGES, the Godfather of Colorectal Surgery himself: Gerald Marks, MD!
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June 13, 2022 53 mins
This is a bonus podcast from Cold Steel talking to our President Elect, Patricia Sylla, MD
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In episode 9, we get to listen to our current President-Elect - Patricia Sylla, MD talk about all things colorectal, family, and SAGES.
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In episode 8, we get to listen to founding SAGES Member, past-president, and the most recognizable voice in surgery, old Golden Throat himself: Rick Greene, MD!
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In episode 7, we double down on hernia talk (triple down if you count one of the hosts) and talk to Jake Greenberg, MD and Archana Ramaswamy, MD. Oh, yeah, they also happen to be the 2022 Program Chairs for the SAGES meeting so there might be a little more meeting talk than usual.
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January 26, 2022 63 mins
Welcome to the SAGES Stories Podcast! In episode 6, we listen to a great person tell us great stories about SAGES, the American Board of Surgery, and life.  This month we talk to none other than Jo Buyske, MD who is a past president of SAGES and the CEO and President of the ABS. Your hosts Shirin Towfigh, MD and Kevin El Hayek, MD talk to Dr. Buyske about being there at the start of the laparoscopic revolution, learning to be a r...
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