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					  Central Surgical Association
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  68th AnnuAl Meeting
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            Detroit, Michigan
            March 17-19, 2011



Future Meetings
2012 March 1-3          Madison,Wisconsin
2013 March 14-16        Amelia Island, Florida
2014 March 6-8          Indianapolis, Indiana




                                      CSA 2011 • 1
   tABLe OF COntents
   4           Special notes

   6           Officers and Councilors, Society
               Representatives, Committees

   8           Learning Objectives, Accreditation Statement
               And Disclosure Statement

   9           exhibitors

   10          Program and Activities

   14          Scientific Program

   24          Abstracts

   101         “Best Paper by a New Member” Award

   102         in Memoriam

   103         Elected to Membership at the Annual Meeting in
               March 2010

   104         2011 Membership listing

   237         geographical listing

   259         Past Officers

   265         Constitution and Bylaws




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tABLe OF COntents                     (continued)

276   Central Surgical Association Foundation Board of
      Directors and Committee Members

278   Contributors

283   Enrichment Awards

286   Request for Address Update

287   notice of Change

288   notice of Death

289   Past Annual Meeting Locations




                                                CSA 2011 • 3
   sPeCiAL nOtes
   The Marriott at Renaissance Center Detroit will serve as
   the headquarters for the 2011 CSA Annual Meeting. The
   registration desk will be open from 3:00 pm to 6:00pm on
   Wednesday, March 16 and will remain open during the meeting
   hours on March 17-19. The CSA Registration Desk is located
   outside of the Mackinac Ballroom, 5th floor.

   All scientific sessions will be held in the Mackinac Ballroom of
   the Detroit Marriott. Continental breakfast will be available for
   physicians on Thursday, Friday and Saturday mornings beginning
   at 7:00am in the Marquette Room, where the Exhibits will
   be displayed. Spouses and companions can enjoy breakfast
   Thursday and Friday mornings in the Michelangelo Room from
   8:00am-10:00am and on Saturday morning they can join the
   physicians for breakfast. Meeting registrants are encouraged
   to visit the tabletop exhibits during breakfasts and refreshment
   breaks on Thursday and Friday.

   A Welcoming Reception will be held on Thursday, March
   17 at the Detroit Institute of Arts from 6:30pm-8:30pm.
   Transportation will be provided.

   The Annual Reception and Dinner will be held on Friday,
   March 18 in the Cartier Ballroom of the Detroit Marriott from
   7:00pm-10:00pm. Members, registered guests and spouses are
   cordially invited and encouraged to attend.

   Business attire is recommended for the Welcome Reception,
   and the Dinner Dance is black tie optional, with a distinct
   Motown theme. Cost for the evening events is included in the
   registration fee for all physicians and spouses.




4 • CSA 2011
sPeCiAL nOtes                  (continued)

The Executive Council reminds its membership the contact
information for the Central Surgical Association is:


WeBSite
www.centralsurg.org

ADDReSS
5810 W. 140th terrace
Overland Park, KS 66223

Phone
(913) 402-7102

FAx
(913) 273-1140

eMAil
meetings@centralsurg.org



PLEASE MAIL ANy REgISTRATION OR DUES PAyMENTS TO:
Central Surgical Association
Po Box 413216
Kansas City, MO 64141


                                                   CSA 2011 • 5
   OFFiCers AnD COunCiLOrs
   2010-2011
   President
   Michael S. Nussbaum                     2010-2011

   President-Elect
   gerald M. Fried                         2010-2011

   Secretary
   nathaniel Soper                         2009-2012

   Treasurer
   Christopher R. McHenry                  2008-2011

   Recorder
   gerald M. Larson                        2007-2011

   Councilors
   Fred A. Luchette                        2010-2011
   William D. Turnipseed                   2010-2011
   Wendy Wahl                              2009-2012

   Representatives to the . . .

   American Board of Surgery
   Fabrizio Michelassi - New York, NY      2006-2012


   Board of Governors
   American College of Surgeons
   Layton F. Rikkers - Madison,WI          2008-2011


   Advisory Council for Surgery
   American College of Surgeons
   E. Christopher Ellison - Columbus, OH   2007-2013




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OFFiCers AnD COunCiLOrs
2010-2011 (continued)
Program Committee
David M. Mahvi (Chair)           2008-2011
W. Scott Melvin                  2008-2011
tina Yen                         2009-2011
C. Max Schmidt                   2009-2012
gilbert Upchurch, Jr             2009-2012
Mark Eskandari                   2010-2013
Ronald Weigel                    2010-2013
	 Ex	Officio
  Scott A. gruber
  gerald M. Larson
  nathaniel Soper

Membership Advisory Committee
Thomas H. Cogbill (Chair)        2008-2011
Anita P. Courcoulas              2008-2011
Julian A. Kim                    2008-2011
Steven M. Steinberg              2008-2011
Anees Chagpar                    2009-2012
Doug Evans                       2010-2013
Jon gould                        2010-2013
M. Ashraf Mansour                2010-2013
Scott Wilhelm                    2010-2013
	 Ex	Officio
  nathaniel Soper

Auditing Committee
girma tefera                     2010-2011
tara Breslin                     2010-2011

Nominating Committee
E. Christopher Ellison (Chair)   2008-2011
Richard Bell, Jr                 2009-2012
Michael Dalsing                  2010-2011
James DeBord                     2010-2011
William Turnipseed               2010-2013


                                      CSA 2011 • 7
   eDuCAtiOnAL OBJeCtiVes
   LEARNING OBJECTIVES - this program has been
   constructed by the Program Committee of the Central Surgical
   Association and has been selected from abstracts submitted by
   the membership of the Association. The subject matter selected
   is a cross-section of cutting edge practices of surgery today. The
   intention of the program is to add to the basic knowledge and
   understanding of surgical disease, to analyze the result of new
   approaches or techniques for managing disease and to examine new
   concepts in surgical science.

   ACCREDITATION STATEMENT - 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 the American College
   of Surgeons and the Central Surgical Association. The American
   College Surgeons is accredited by the ACCME to provide
   continuing medical education for physicians.

   AMA PRA CATEGORY 1 CREDITS™ - the American
   College of Surgeons designates this live activity for a maximum of
   17.25 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only
   credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the
   activity.

                              American College of Surgeons
                              Division of Education



   DISCLOSURE INFORMATION - In compliance with ACCME
   Accreditation Criteria, the American College of Surgeons, as the
   accredited provider of this activity, must ensure that anyone in
   a position to control the content of the educational activity has
   disclosed all relevant financial relationships with any commercial
   interest. All reported conflicts are managed by a designated official
   to ensure a bias-free presentation. Please see the insert to this
   program for the complete disclosure list.


8 • CSA 2011
eDuCAtiOnAL grAnts AnD
exhiBitOrs

   Special thanks to the following companies
   for their educational support of this event
       Ethicon Endo-Surgery, Inc.


        The Central Surgical Association
   gratefully acknowledges the support of the
         following exhibiting companies:

        Astellas Pharma US, Inc.
         Cubist Pharmaceuticals
        Elsevier/Mosby/Saunders
       Ethicon Endo-Surgery, Inc.
         Forest Pharmaceuticals
             GlaxoSmithKline
                    Merck
          Molnlycke Healthcare
 Novartis Pharmaceuticals Corporation
       Olympus Surgical America
             StarSurgical, Inc.
              Two-Six Group
         U.S. Army Health Care

                                           CSA 2011 • 9
   sCheDuLe OF eVents
   WEDNESDAY, MARCH 16, 2011
   3:00pm - 4:30pm
   Council Meeting - Nicolet B

   3:00pm - 6:00pm
   CSA Registration - Mackinac Bridge

   3:00pm - 6:00pm
   Exhibit Setup - Marquette

   4:30pm - 5:30pm
   CSA Foundation Meeting - Nicolet B



   THURSDAY, MARCH 17, 2011
   6:00am - 7:15am
   exhibit Set-up - Marquette

   6:00am - 5:00pm
   CSA Registration - Mackinac Bridge

   7:00am - 8:00am
   Continental Breakfast for Physicians - Marquette

   7:30am - 3:30pm
   exhibits open - Marquette

   8:00am - 10:00am
   Spouse & Companion Breakfast - Michelangelo

   8:00am - 10:00am
   Scientific Session: Local Program - Mackinac Ballroom

   10:00am - 10:15am
   Refreshment Break & Exhibits - Marquette

   10:15am - 10:45am
   Case Presentation: Trauma - Mackinac Ballroom

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sCheDuLe OF eVents                                (continued)

10:45am - 11:15am
Case Presentation: Upper gI - Mackinac Ballroom

11:15am - 11:45am
Case Presentation:Vascular - Mackinac Ballroom

11:45am - 12:15pm
Case Presentation: Breast - Mackinac Ballroom

12:15am - 1:15pm
Lunch Break - on own

1:15pm - 2:45pm
Scientific Session I - Mackinac Ballroom

2:45pm - 3:15pm
Refreshment Break & Exhibits - Marquette

3:15pm - 5:15pm
Scientific Session II - Mackinac Ballroom

6:30pm - 8:30pm
Welcome Reception - Detroit Institute of Arts



FRIDAY, MARCH 18, 2011
7:00am - 5:00pm
CSA Registration - Mackinac Bridge

7:00am - 8:00am
Continental Breakfast for Physicians - Michelangelo

7:30am - 4:00pm
exhibits open - Marquette

8:00am - 10:00am
Spouse & Companion Breakfast - Michelangelo


                                                        CSA 2011 • 11
   sCheDuLe OF eVents                               (continued)

   8:00am - 9:30am
   Scientific Session III - Mackinac Ballroom

   9:30am - 10:00am
   Refreshment Break & Exhibits - Marquette

   10:00am - 11:15am
   Scientific Session IV - Mackinac Ballroom

   11:15am - 11:30am
   CSA Foundation Awards - Mackinac Ballroom

   11:30am - 12:15pm
   Address of the President - Mackinac Ballroom

   12:15pm - 1:15pm
   President’s Luncheon for New Members - Michelangelo

   1:15pm - 3:30pm
   Scientific Session V - A - Mackinac Ballroom

   1:15pm - 3:30pm
   Scientific Session V - B - Brule

   3:30pm - 4:00pm
   Refreshment Break: Exhibitor Introductions - Marquette

   4:00pm - 5:15pm
   Debate: Single Incision Laparoscopy - Mackinac Ballroom

   5:15pm - 5:45pm
   Annual Business Meeting - Mackinac Ballroom

   7:00pm - 10:00pm
   Annual Reception and Dinner - Cartier




12 • CSA 2011
sCheDuLe OF eVents                               (continued)

SATURDAY, MARCH 19, 2011
7:00am - 11:15am
CSA Registration - Mackinac Bridge

7:00am - 8:00am
Continental Breakfast for Physicians & Spouses - Mackinac Bridge

8:00am - 9:30am
Scientific Session VI - Mackinac Ballroom

9:30am - 9:45am
Refreshment Break - Mackinac Bridge

9:45am - 11:15am
Scientific Session VII - Mackinac Ballroom




                                                       CSA 2011 • 13
   sCientiFiC PrOgrAM
   Local Program Sponsored by
   Wayne State University
   School of Medicine
   Thursday, March 17, 2011 | 8:00am – 10:00am
   Moderator: Scott A. Gruber, MD, PhD, MBA

   NOTE: The Local Program will be held at the Marriott at Renaissance
   Center

   Larry Stephenson, MD, Professor of Surgery: “Some Reflections on
   Detroit Surgeons During the Past 300 Years”

   Larry Diebel, MD, Professor of Surgery: “The Intestinal Barrier
   Under Stress: A Toll-Story”

   Alfred Baylor, MD, Assistant Professor of Surgery: “The Pulmonary
   Percussion Diagnostic Device: A New Look at an Old Problem”

   Michael D. Klein, MD, Professor of Surgery: “Raman Spectroscopy
   for Surgical Diagnosis”

   Scott A. Gruber, MD, PhD, MBA, Professor of Surgery: “Raman
   Spectrographic Detection of Acute Renal Allograft Rejection”

   David Edelman, MD, Assistant Professor of Surgery: “Modern
   Education Theory Applied to Surgical Simulation”




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sCientiFiC PrOgrAM                               (continued)

Case Presentations
Co-Moderators: David Mahvi, MD; Ronald J. Weigel, MD

Trauma Case Presentation
Thursday, March 17, 2011 | 10:15am – 10:45am
Moderator: John Weigelt, MD, Medical College of Wisconsin
Panelists: JamesTyburski, MD, Wayne State University; Glen Franklin,
MD, University of Louisville, Steven Steinberg, MD, The Ohio State
University

Upper GI Case Presentation
Thursday, March 17, 2011 | 10:45am – 11:15am
Moderator: E. Christopher Ellison, MD, The Ohio State University
Panelists: Jon Gould, MD, University of Wisconsin; Roger Keith,
University of Saskatchewa, Donald Weaver, Wayne State University

Vascular Case Presentation
Thursday, March 17, 2011 | 11:15am – 11:45am
Moderator: Mark K. Eskandari, MD, Northwestern University -
Feinberg
Panelists: Daniel J. Reddy, MD, Wayne State University School
of Medicine, Peter K. Henke, MD, University of Michigan Health
Systems, Melina R. Kibbe, MD, Northwestern University Feinberg
School of Medicine

Breast Case Presentation
Thursday, March 17, 2011 | 11:45am – 12:15pm
Moderator: Nora Hansen, MD, Northwestern University - Feinberg
School of Medicine
Panelists: Lisa Newman, MD, University of Michigan; Elizabeth
Shaughnessy, MD, University of Cincinnati, Carol Scott-Conner, MD,
University of Iowa Hospitals & Clinics




                                                        CSA 2011 • 15
   sCientiFiC PrOgrAM                            (continued)

   Scientific Sessions I & II
   Thursday, March 17, 2011 | 1:15pm – 5:15pm
   Moderator: Michael S. Nussbaum, MD

   1. RECONSTRUCTION AFTER MAJOR CHEST WALL
   RESECTION: EXCELLENT RESPIRATORY OUTCOMES OF
   AUTOLOGOUS TISSUE RECONSTRUCTION WITHOUT RIGID
   FIXATION
   WC Hanna, KM McKendy, LE Ferri, C Sirois, DS Mulder*
   McGill University Health Centre

   2. LAPAROSCOPIC ANTIREFLUX SURGERY PREVENTS
   ASPIRATION OF PEPSIN AFTER LUNG TRANSPLANTATION
   CS Davis, PW Lundberg, L Ramirez, J Gagermeier, EJ Kovacs, PM
   Fisichella*
   Loyola University Medical Center

   3. DOES THE INTERVAL FROM IMAGING TO OPERATION
   AFFECT THE RATE OF OCCULT METASTASES
   ENCOUNTERED DURING OPERATION FOR PANCREATIC
   ADENOCARCINOMA?
   JA Glant, JA Waters, MG House, NJ Zyromski*, AJ Nakeeb*, HA
   Pitt*, KD Lillemoe*, CM Schmidt*
   Indiana University Department of Surgery

   4. A COMPARISON OF FUTURE RECRUITMENT NEEDS IN
   URBAN AND RURAL HOSPITALS: THE RURAL IMPERATIVE
   TE Williams*, B Satiani*, EC Ellison*
   The Ohio State University

   5. ALBUMIN IS A BETTER PREDICTOR OF OUTCOMES THAN
   BODY MASS INDEX FOLLOWING CORONARY ARTERY BYPASS
   GRAFTING
   CM Bhamidipati, DJ LaPar, GS Mehta, JA Kern, GR Upchurch*, IL
   Kron, G Ailawadi
   University of Virginia School of Medicine


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sCientiFiC PrOgrAM                               (continued)

6. IMPROVING BREAST CANCER CARE THROUGH A
REGIONAL QUALITY COLLABORATIVE
TM Breslin*, J Caughran, J Pettinga, C Wessen, A Mehringer, M Yin, D
Share, S Silver
University of Michigan

7. IS PREOPERATIVE RESPONSE TO STEROID THERAPY
PREDICTIVE OF RESPONSE TO SPLENECTOMY IN CHILDREN
WITH IMMUNE THROMBOCYTOPENIC PURPURA?
L Hollander, C Leys, B Weil, F Rescorla*
Indiana University Department of Surgery

8. TUMOR VOLUME AND PERCENT POSITIVE LYMPH NODES
AS A PREDICTOR OF 5 YEAR SURVIVAL IN COLORECTAL
CANCER
LS Poritz*, R Sehgal, K Hartnett, A Berg, WA Koltun*
The Milton S. Hershey Medical Center

9. LOWER EXTREMITY VASCULAR INJURIES: INCREASED
MORTALITY FOR MINORITIES AND THE UNINSURED
M Crandall*, A Haider, T Esposito*, K Brasel*
Northwestern University




Scientific Sessions III & IV
Friday, March 18, 2011 | 8:00am – 11:15am
Moderator: S. Michael Nussbaum, MD

10. PNEUMONIA IN THE ICU, IS EVERY ONE PREVENTABLE?
WL Wahl*, C Zalewski, MR Hemmila*
University of Michigan

11. USE OF ANTIBIOTICS ALONE FOR TREATMENT OF
UNCOMPLICATED ACUTE APPENDICITIS – A META ANALYSIS
KJM Liu*, L Fogg, TJ Johnson
Rush University Medical Center
                                                        CSA 2011 • 17
   sCientiFiC PrOgrAM                               (continued)

   12. COMPARATIVE EFFECTIVENESS OF BARIATRIC SURGERY
   AND NON-SURGICAL THERAPY IN ADULTS WITH TYPE 2
   DIABETES MELLITUS (T2DM) AND CLASS I OBESITY
   FJ Serrot, D Leslie, RB Dorman, J Anderson, B Sick, B Slusarek, H
   Buchwald*, S Ikramuddin*
   University of Minnesota


   13. DONATION AFTER CARDIAC DEATH: A TWENTY-NINE
   YEAR EXPERIENCE IN KIDNEY, LIVER, PANCREAS AND LUNG
   TRANSPLANTATION
   AM D’Alessandro*, JM Bellingham, NA Neidlinger, LA Fernandez,
   DP Foley, JD Mezrich, JS Odorico, NC De Oliveira, RB Love, HW
   Sollinger*
   University of Wisconsin


   14. RISK STRATIFICATION FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF A
   SUBSEQUENT PNEUMONIA AFTER A NON-DIAGNOSTIC
   BRONCHO-ALVEOLAR LAVAGE
   I Qureshi,Y McCarter, A Kerwin, J Tepas, (M Nussbaum)
   University of Florida at Jacksonville

   15. THE ADDITION OF A NURSE PRACTIONER TO AN
   INPATIENT SURGICAL TEAM RESULTS IN IMPROVED
   UTILIZATION OF RESOURCES
   L Robles, E Ladwig-Scott, D Zank, MK Larson, M Slogoff*, G Aranha*, M
   Shoup*
   Loyola University Medical Center

   16. IN-HOUSE DIRECT SUPERVISION BY AN ATTENDING IS
   ASSOCIATED WITH DIFFERENCES IN THE CARE OF PATIENTS
   WITH BINJURYLUNT SPLENIC
   JA Claridge*, JW Carter,WH Leukhard, MA Malangoni*
   MetroHealth Medical Center




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sCientiFiC PrOgrAM                           (continued)

CSA Foundation Awards
Friday, March 18, 2011 | 11:15am – 11:30am




Address of the President
Friday, March 18, 2011 11:30am – 12:15pm
The Gavel Box, Michael S. Nussbaum, MD



Scientific Session V-A
Friday, March 18, 2011 | 1:15pm – 3:30pm
Moderator: C. Max Schmidt, MD

17A. RISING HOSPITAL COSTS FOR CLOSTRIDIUM DIFFICILE
COLITIS: HOSPITAL TYPE MATTERS.
DB Stewart, L Wang, (WA Koltun)
Penn State Hershey Medical Center

18A. H2 BLOCKERS DECREASED GUT MUCUS PRODUCTION
AND LEAD TO BARRIER DYSFUNCTION IN VITRO
LN Diebel*, DM Liberati
Wayne State University

19A. CITRULLINE:A POTENTIAL IMMUNOMODULATOR IN
SEPSIS
T Asgeirsson, S Zhang, C Mascarenhas, R Nunoo, A Senagore*
Spectrum Health, Grand Rapids, MI
University of Southern California, Los Angeles,CA

20A. GENERAL SURGERY TRAINING WITHOUT ADVANCED
LAPAROSCOPIC FELLOWS: THE IMPACT ON RESIDENTS AND
PATIENTS
JG Linn, E Hungness*, S Clark, A Nagle, E Wang, NJ Soper*
Northwestern University, Feinberg School of Medicine
                                                    CSA 2011 • 19
   sCientiFiC PrOgrAM                              (continued)

   21A. EVALUATING RESIDENT OPERATIVE PERFORMANCE: A
   QUALITATIVE ANALYSIS OF EXPERT OPINIONS.
   HA Sanfey, RG Williams, P Chen, GL Dunnington
   Southern Illinois University School of Medicine

   22A. TEAM TRAINING CAN IMPROVE OPERATING ROOM
   PERFORMANCE
   RA Forse, R McQuillan
   Creighton University



   Scientific Session V-B
   Friday, March 18, 2011 | 1:15pm – 3:30pm
   Moderator: Tina Yen, MD

   23B. MORBIDITY AND MORTALITY AFTER BOWEL RESECTION
   FOR ACUTE MESENTERIC ISCHEMIA
   PK Gupta, B Natarajan, HGupta, X Fang, RJ Fitzgibbons Jr.*
   Creighton University

   24B. LATE ABDOMINAL AORTIC ENDOGRAFT EXPLANTS:
   INDICATIONS AND OUTCOMES
   SV Phade, ML Keldahl, MD Morasch*, HE Rodriguez, WH Pearce*,
   MR Kibbe*, and MK Eskandari*
   Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine

   25B. PRIMARY TUMOR SIZE, NOT RACE, DETERMINES
   OUTCOMES IN WOMEN WITH HORMONE-RESPONSIVE
   BREAST CANCER
   AB Chagpar, CR Crutcher, LB Cornwell, KM McMasters
   Yale University and University of Louisville

   26B. SAMPLING OF SECONDARY MARGINS REDUCES NEED
   FOR RE-EXCISION AFTER PARTIAL MASTECTOMY
   JA Guidroz; G Larrieux; J Liao; S L Sugg*; CEH Scott-Conner*; R J
   Weigel*
   University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics
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sCientiFiC PrOgrAM                              (continued)

27B. A RETROSPECTIVE REVIEW OF THE USE OF
INTRAOPERTIVE CHOLANGIOGRAM IN THE DIAGNOSIS AND
TREATMENT OF CHOLEDOCHOLITHIASIS
LE Tabone, S Sarker*, PM Fisichella*, M Conlon, E Fernando, S Yi, FA
Luchette*
Loyola University Medical Center

28B. SINGLE-INCISION LAPAROSCOPIC COLECTOMY
FOR CANCER: ASSESSMENT OF ONCOLOGIC RESECTION
IN A CASE-MATCHED COMPARISON TO STANDARD
LAPAROSCOPIC TECHNIQUES
HT Papaconstantinou, JS Thomas,(TC Lairmore)
Scott & White Memorial Hospital




Debate: Single Incision Laparoscopy
Friday, March 18, 2011 4:00pm – 5:15pm
Moderator: David Mahvi, MD
Presenters: L. Michael Brunt, MD – Washington University School of
Medicine; Jeffrey Hazey, MD; The Ohio State University




CSA Annual Business Meeting
Friday, March 18, 2011 | 5:15pm – 5:45pm




                                                        CSA 2011 • 21
   sCientiFiC PrOgrAM                                (continued)

   Scientific Sessions VI & VII
   Saturday, March 19, 2011 | 8:00am – 11:15am
   Moderator: Gerald Fried, MD

   29. OPTIMIZINg THE MANAgEMENT OF CUTANEOUS
   MelAnoMA in the elDeRlY
   C Tragos, TJ Hieken*
   Rush Medical College and NorthShore University HealthSystem

   30. ASSESSMENT OF PLATELET TRANSFUSION FOR REVERSAL
   OF PLATELET INHIBITORS FOLLOWING TRAUMATIC BRAIN
   INJURY
   JT Bautz, JL Sperry, AM Bachelani, AC Corcos, TR Billiar*, AB
   Peitzman*, GT Marshall
   University of Pittsburgh Medical Center

   31. ADVERSE OUTCOMES OF PREOPERATIVE ENDOSCOPIC
   ULTRASOUND (EUS) AND BIOPSY IN PATIENTS
   UNDERGOING DISTAL PANCREATECTOMY
   MG House, JD Beane, JM DeWitt, M Al-Haddad, GA Cote, JL
   LeBlanc, S Sherman, CM Schmidt*, NJ Zyromski*, A Nakeeb*, TJ
   Howard*, HA Pitt*, KD Lillemoe*
   Indiana University School of Medicine

   32. CHANGES IN SERUM PROTEIN LEVELS IN ULCERATIVE
   COLITIS PATIENTS FOLLOWING PROCTOCOLECTOMY
   R. Sehgal, JP Hegarty, AA Kelly, DM Pastor, LS Poritz*, Z Lin, K Vrana
   WA Koltun*
   Penn State Hershey Medical Center

   33. THE NEGATIVE IMPACT OF OBESITY ON SUBCUTANEOUS
   ADIPOSE TISSUE MITOCHONDRIAL BIOGENESIS IS IMPROVED
   WITHIN DAYS AFTER ROUX-EN Y GASTRIC BYPASS
   FJ Serrot, B Frohnert, R Foncea, RB Dorman, D Leslie, B Slusarek,
   DA Bernlohr, S Ikramuddin*
   University of Minnesota


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sCientiFiC PrOgrAM                          (continued)

34. IMPACT OF WITHDRAWAL OF CARE ON TRAUMA MORTALITY
GA Franklin, RM Cannon, JW Smith, BG Harbrecht, JD Richardson*
University of Louisville

35. IMPACT OF PREINJURY WARFARIN AND ANTIPLATELET
AGENTS ON OUTCOMES OF TRAUMA PATIENTS
C Jahraus, L Salem, T Arnold, A Ata, C Rosati, DJ Bonville
Albany Medical College

36. PRIMARY HYPERPARATHYROIDISM WITH A HISTORY OF
HEAD AND NECK IRRADIATION: THE CONSEQUENCES OF
ASSOCIATED THYROID TUMORS
SD Wilson*, EA Krzywda, KM Doffek, TS Wang*, DB Evans*, TW
Yen*
Medical College of Wisconsin




                                                   CSA 2011 • 23
   ABstrACts
   1. RECONSTRUCTION AFTER MAJOR CHEST WALL RESECTION:
   ExCELLENT RESPIRATORy OUTCOMES OF AUTOLOgOUS TISSUE
   RECONSTRUCTION WITHOUT RIgID FIxATION

   WC Hanna, KM McKendy, LE Ferri, C Sirois, DS Mulder*
   Mcgill University, Montreal, QC

   Introduction: Resection of chest wall tumors frequently requires
   complex reconstruction with either autologous or prosthetic tissue.
   Chest wall stability is important in preventing respiratory complications,
   and rigid fixation with methacrylate or metallic prostheses (plate and
   screws) has traditionally been advocated as the best method to achieve
   this effect. However, these approaches are frequently complicated by
   infection, pain, and rigid deformities. The following study highlights the
   positive outcomes of our experience with autologous tissue and soft
   prosthesis reconstruction of the chest wall without rigid fixation.

   Methods: After ethics board approval, all patients who underwent
   major resection of primary or secondary chest wall tumors (non-lung
   cancer) in a tertiary care institution between 2005-10 were identified
   from a prospectively entered database. Cases were stratified into two
   separate groups; those who underwent reconstruction with autologous
   tissue alone (Autologous) and those who underwent reconstruction
   with a prosthetic mesh (Prosthesis). No patients underwent rigid
   fixation with methacrylate or plates and screws. Fisher’s exact test was
   used to determine statistical significance (p<0.05).

   Results: Thirty-seven patients were identified over a five-year period:
   21 in the Autologous group and 16 in the Prosthesis group. Half of
   patients (50%) were men and the mean age across the both groups
   was 51 years old. Sarcoma was the most common indication for
   resection (42%) followed by neurofibromas (38%), desmoids tumors
   (15%) and metastases to the chest wall (8%). In the Autologous
   group, 31% of patients received neo-adjuvant chemotherapy and/or
   radiation treatment, versus only 9% in the Prosthesis group (p= 0.01).
   The mean size of the defect created in the chest wall was 165 cm2 in
   the Prosthesis group and 87 cm2 in the Autologous group (p<0.05).
   Of the patients in the Prosthesis group, 66% required a construction
   of a muscle flap to cover the prosthesis. The rate of immediate post-

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           operative extubation was 100% (21/21) in the Prosthesis group and
           91%(15/16) in the Autologous group (p=NS). However, no patient in
           the Autologous group required ventilation for more than 24 hours
           post-operatively. One patient in the Autologous group developed a
           post-operative pneumonia (4.8%) versus no patients in the Prosthesis
           group (p=NS). The rate of prosthesis infection requiring mesh removal
           in the Prosthesis group was 12.5%. There were no mortalities in the


                1000
                               Category 1
                               Category 2
                 800
                               Category 3

                 600

                 400

                 200
# of Patients




                    0
                                 Pre-DIFc Post-DIFc

           post-operative period.

           Conclusion: The respiratory outcomes of chest wall resection and
           reconstruction without rigid fixation are excellent and no different
           between autologous reconstruction alone or reconstruction with a
           prosthetic mesh. Use of prosthetic mesh should be reserved for large
           defects and otherwise avoided because of significant risk of infection
           and reoperation.

           NOTES




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2. LAPAROSCOPIC ANTIREFLUx SURgERy PREVENTS ASPIRATION
OF PEPSIN AFTER LUNg TRANSPLANTATION

CS Davis, PW Lundberg, L Ramirez, J gagermeier, EJ Kovacs, PM
Fisichella*
Loyola University Medical Center, Stritch School of Medicine,
Department of Surgery, Maywood, IL

Purpose: To determine, in lung transplant patients, if laparoscopic
antireflux surgery (LARS) is an effective means to prevent aspiration as
defined by the presence of pepsin in the bronchoalveolar lavage (BAL).

Methods: Between September 2009 and June 2010, we collected BAL
fluid from 37 lung transplant patients at the time of routine surveillance
for rejection, or when clinically indicated by diminished pulmonary
function (sustained drop of FEV1 > 10% of baseline for 1 week). The
BAL fluid was tested for pepsin by enzyme-linked immunosorbent
assay (ELISA). Pepsin was also tested by ELISA in the BAL fluid of 11
healthy volunteers (control group). Of the 37 lung transplant patients,
25 underwent ambulatory pH-monitoring and 12 underwent LARS for
gastroesophageal reflux disease (gERD). We then compared the pepsin
levels in the BAL of those with gERD (n=15), those without gERD
(n=10), controls (n=11), and those who underwent LARS (n=12).

Results: Our results show that lung transplant patients with gERD
had significantly more pepsin in their BAL fluid than lung transplant
patients who underwent LARS (p=0.038), and that pepsin was
undetectable in the BAL fluid of controls (Figure 1).

Conclusion: To our knowledge this is the only that has compared
pepsin in the BAL fluid from lung transplant patients with and without
LARS. Our data show that: 1) the detection of pepsin in the BAL fluid
proves aspiration, as it is not present in healthy volunteers, and 2)
that LARS appears effective as a measure to prevent the aspiration of
gastroesophageal refluxate in the lung transplant population. We believe
that these findings provide a mechanism for those studies that suggest
that LARS may prevent nonallogenic injury to the transplanted lungs
from aspiration of gastroesophageal refluxate.


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3. DOES THE INTERVAL FROM IMAgINg TO OPERATION AFFECT
THE RATE OF OCCULT METASTASES ENCOUNTERED DURINg
OPERATION FOR PANCREATIC ADENOCARCINOMA?

JA glant, JA Waters, Mg House, NJ Zyromski*, AJ Nakeeb*, HA Pitt*,
KD Lillemoe*, CM Schmidt*
Indiana University Department of Surgery, Indianapolis, IN

PURPOSE: Pancreatic ductal adenocarcinoma (PDAC) is an
aggressive malignancy with a propensity for early metastasis. It is not
uncommon to encounter occult metastatic disease at the time of
operative exploration. Our objective was to examine the effect of the
time interval between preoperative imaging and attempted resection
on rates of unanticipated metastatic disease encountered at operation.
We hypothesize that imaging obtained less than four weeks prior
to operation will result in lower rates of occult metastases (OM)
encountered at operation.

METHODS: Between January 2004 and December 2009, patients
undergoing planned pancreatic resection for PDAC at a high volume
pancreatic surgery center were compiled. Exclusion criteria were
neoadjuvant therapy, prior pancreatic resection, or exploratory surgery
with suspicion for metastatic disease. Review and analysis of clinical,
radiographic, operative, and pathologic data was undertaken. Frequency
of OM and outcome of resection was compared with the interval
between most recent cross-sectional imaging (dual-phase contrast-
enhanced CT or MRI if contraindication to CT) and operation (IOI).

RESULTS: 487 patients met eligibility requirements for the study:
430 (88%) proximal and 57 (12%) distal PDAC. 202 (41%) patients
had their most recent imaging performed at an outside institution,
and no difference in the rates of OM was observed whether imaging
was conducted at our institution or at an outside institution (p>0.05).
Of 329 with complete imaging information for analysis, OM were
discovered in 60 (18%): 52 (18%) of 293 proximal PDAC and 8 (22%)
of 36 distal PDAC. In proximal PDAC patients (see figure), there was a
linear relationship in the frequency of OM as a function of the weekly
IOI (R2 = 0.99; p=0.006). Furthermore, compared to an IOI of <3
weeks, an IOI of >3 weeks was associated with a greater than twofold

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   increase in the incidence of OM (12% vs 25%: p<0.01). For distal PDAC,
   no significant difference in the frequency of OM as a function of IOI was
   observed.

   CONCLUSION: For proximally located PDAC, the rate of occult
   metastases increases with IOI. Performing imaging at our institution
   was not associated with an improvement in the detection of metastases.
   Obtaining timely diagnostic imaging for proximal PDAC may improve
   the accuracy of preoperative staging and reduce the number of
   unnecessary operations.



   IOI
                  N               No OM           OM             OM (%)
   (Days)
   14-20          48              43              5              10.4
   21-27          66              53              13             19.7
   28-34          28              21              7              25.0
   35-41          23              15              8              34.8
                  165             132             33



   NOTES




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   4. A COMPARISON OF FUTURE RECRUITMENT NEEDS IN URBAN
   AND RURAL HOSPITALS: THE RURAL IMPERATIVE

   TE Williams*, B Satiani*, EC Ellison*
   The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH

   Purpose: The potential impact of shortages of the surgical
   workforce on both urban and rural hospitals is undefined . There is
   a predicted a shortage of 30,000 surgeons by 2030 and the need to
   train and hire more than 100,000 surgeons. The aim of this study is
   to estimate the average recruitment needs in our nation’s hospitals
   for seven surgical specialties (see table) to ensure adequate access to
   surgical care as the U.S. population grows to 364 million by 2030.

   Methods: We used the census figure of 309 million in 2010 for U.S.
   population. Currently there are estimated to be 3,012 urban hospitals
   and 1,998 rural hospitals in the U.S. (American Hospital Association’s
   Trend Watch report, 2009). At present 253 million people (82 % of the
   population of 309 million in 2010) receive healthcare in urban hospitals;
   56 million people receive healthcare in rural hospitals (18%).
   We assumed a work force model based on previous publications, equal
   population growth in all geographic areas, recruitment by rural hospitals
   limited to OB-gyN, general Surgery, and Orthopedics, and that the
   percentage of the population receiving care at urban and rural hospitals
   will stay constant.
   to obtain the uRBAn AnD RuRAl hoSPitAlS ReCRuitMent
   gOALS 2011 TO 2030, Column 3, we multiply Column 2 by .82 for the
   urban hospitals and by .18 for the rural hospitals. To calculate TOTAL
   HIRES PER yEAR 2011 TO 2030 in Column 4 we divide Column 3 by
   20 years. To obtain the TOTAL HIRES PER HOSPITAL, Column 5, we
   divide Column 3 by 3,012 for the urban hospitals and 1,998 for the
   rural hospitals.

   Results: See Table.

   Conclusions: The average urban hospital must hire and retain almost
   thirty surgeons in the next 20 years to achieve the desired goal; the
   rural hospitals must hire and retain seven. Rural hospitals will be in
   competition with urban hospitals for hiring from a limited pool of

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  surgeons. As urban hospitals have a socioeconomic advantage in hiring,
  surgical care in rural areas may be at risk. It is imperative that each rural
  hospital analyze local future healthcare needs and devise strategies that
  will enhance hiring and retention to optimize access to surgical care.



  SPeCiAltY           totAl           uRBAn AnD           totAl          hiReS
      oR             neeDeD              RuRAl             hiReS          PeR
  loCAtion            to Be            hoSPitAlS         PeR YeAR       hoSPitAl
                     tRAineD         ReCRuitMent
                   AnD hiReD             goAlS
                   2011 to 2030       2011 to 2030     2011 to 2030
    uRBAn
oB-gYn                      37,636            30,862            1,543         10.2
oRtho                       17,355            14,231              712          4.7
geneRAl                     22,525            18,471              924          6.1
ent                          8,516             6,983              349          4.7
uRologY                      9,084             7,449              372          2.5
neuRo                        2,728             2,237              112          0.7
thoRACiC                     3,994             3,275              164          1.1

uRBAn totAlS                                  83,507            4,175         27.7

    RuRAl
oB-gYn                      37,636             6,774              339             3.4
oRtho                       17,355             3,124              156             1.6
geneRAl                     22,525             4,055              203             2.0

RuRAl totAlS                                  13,953              698             7.0




  NOTES




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   5. ALBUMIN IS A BETTER PREDICTOR OF OUTCOMES THAN
   BODy MASS INDEx FOLLOWINg CORONARy ARTERy ByPASS
   gRAFTINg

   CM Bhamidipati, DJ LaPar, gS Mehta, JA Kern, gR Upchurch*, IL Kron,
   g Ailawadi
   University of Virginia School of Medicine, Charlottesville,VA

   OBJECTIVE:
   Body Mass Index (BMI) is used to risk stratify outcomes after coronary
   artery bypass grafting (CABg). Albumin is a well known mortality
   indicator, and is not routinely collected by the Society of Thoracic
   Surgeons (STS) database. We postulate that preoperative serum albumin
   might be a relevant predictor of outcomes and mortality following
   CABg.

   METHODS:
   BMI from patients with serum albumin level obtained within 6 months
   of isolated CABg at our center between 1995-2010 were identified
   by our institutional and STS databases. Patients were stratified using
   National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute standards (Underweight,
   Normal, Overweight, Obese, Extremely Obese) and by Preoperative
   serum albumin levels (<= 2, 2-3, 3-4 or >= 4g/dl). Preoperative risk,
   operative factors, and outcomes were analyzed.

   RESULTS:
   From 6,010 isolated CABg patients, 2,794 were analyzed, and overall
   mortality was 3% (84/2794). Unadjusted mortality was highest in the
   normal BMI group (P<0.05), and when albumin levels were 2-3g/dl
   (P=0.02). Albumin and BMI were not linearly associated, and although
   ejection fraction (EF) and intra-aortic balloon pump (IABP) use were
   similar across BMI groups, EF was lowest and IABP use highest when
   albumin was 2-3g/dl (P<0.001, respectively). Intensive care stay was
   similar across BMI groups, but was longest when albumin was <= 2g/
   dl (P=0.02). Moreover, risk adjusted prolonged ventilation was not
   influenced by any BMI group, while increasing serum albumin was
   protective (P=0.001). Importantly, adjusted mortality was not influenced
   by BMI (adjusted odds ratio [AOR] 0.97, 95% confidence interval [CI]
   0.93-1.02), and reduced with increasing levels of albumin (AOR 0.61,

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95% CI 0.42-0.90).

CONCLUSIONS:
Serum albumin influences mortality and morbidity in patients
undergoing isolated CABg. Albumin may be a better outcomes
indicator than BMI, and patients scheduled for coronary surgery should
undergo preoperative serum albumin evaluation.

NOTES




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   6. IMPROVINg BREAST CANCER CARE THROUgH A REgIONAL
   QUALITy COLLABORATIVE

   TM Breslin*, J Caughran, J Pettinga, C Wessen, A Mehringer, M yin, D
   Share, S Silver
   University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI

   PURPOSE: Regional collaborative organizations provide an
   effective structure for improving the quality of surgical care. With
   low complication rates and a long latency between surgical care and
   outcomes such as survival and local recurrence, quality measurement
   in breast cancer surgery is ideally suited to process measures. Core
   needle versus surgical biopsy rates for breast cancer diagnosis are
   measurable and amenable to change at the provider level. We present
   initial results from our analysis of institutional variation in diagnostic
   breast biopsy technique within a regional breast cancer quality
   collaborative.

   METHODS: Established in 2006, the Michigan Breast Oncology
   Quality Initiative (MiBOQI) consists of 14 hospitals collecting data on
   breast cancer care using the National Comprehensive Cancer Centers
   Network (NCCN) Oncology Outcomes Database Project platform to
   analyze and compare breast cancer practices and outcomes amongst
   member institutions. Institutional Review Board approval is obtained at
   each site. Data are submitted electronically to the NCCN and analyzed
   for concordance with practice guidelines. Aggregate and blinded data
   are shared with project directors and institutions at collaborative
   meetings, and ongoing practice patterns are observed for change.
   We analyzed variation in breast biopsy technique for initial cancer
   diagnosis over time and between institutions. Diagnostic biopsies were
   categorized as core needle, surgical excisional, surgical incisional, and
   other surgical biopsy.

   RESULTS: Procedural data for 8093 patients treated for breast cancer
   from November 2006 through 2009 were analyzed. The mean patient
   age was 59.5 years (range 25.4-90.0). Within MiBOQI, 21% of patients
   underwent surgical biopsy for initial diagnosis. The percentage of
   patients undergoing surgical biopsy ranged from 7-38%, and the majority
   of surgical biopsies were classified as excisional biopsies. Patients with

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DCIS were more likely to undergo surgical biopsy compared to those
with invasive cancer (30.4% vs. 17.8%) p<.001). There was no association
between biopsy type and patient age, race, or comorbidity. Data on
biopsy technique were shared with site project directors and a target
surgical biopsy rate of <15% was chosen by consensus. Site project
directors disseminated the data to their institutions and developed
action plans for provider and patient education. During the study period,
the percentage of cases undergoing surgical biopsy for the MiBOQI
collaborative decreased from 23.1% to 19.4% (p<.001).

CONCLUSION: The regional quality collaborative model can be
used to collect, analyze and disseminate quality of surgical breast care
data to organizations and treating physicians. These data can be used
to describe patterns of care and make comparisons over time and
between organizations. Furthermore, these data can be used to set
regional quality standards and provide an avenue for physician led quality
improvement.




Cancer type       AA (n = 582)         CORR (n = 11,155)         p value
     All         10.14% (n = 59)        6.97% (n = 778)           0.004
  Prostate            2.41%                 0.33%                <0.0001
 Renal Cell           1.89%                 0.64%                0.0004
   PtlDa              1.20%                 1.12%                  nS
    Lung              1.20%                 0.97%                  nS
Colorectal            0.52%                 0.46%                  nS
  Pancreas            0.52%                 0.06%                  0.01
   Larynx             0.34%                 0.07%                  nS
   Breast             0.34%                 0.47%                  nS
 Esophagus            0.34%                 0.04%                  0.04
   Cervix             0.17%                 0.05%                  nS
    oral              0.00%                 0.73%                  0.02
 Melanoma             0.00%                 0.18%                  nS
  Bladder             0.00%                 0.21%                  nS




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7. IS PREOPERATIVE RESPONSE TO STEROID THERAPy PREDICTIVE
OF RESPONSE TO SPLENECTOMy IN CHILDREN WITH IMMUNE
THROMBOCyTOPENIC PURPURA?

Lindsay Hollander, Charles Leys, Brent Weil, Frederick Rescorla*
Indiana University, Indianapolis, IN

Purpose: Previous studies have suggested that a favorable response
to pre-operative steroid therapy predicts a successful outcome after
splenectomy in children with immune thrombocytopenic purpura
(ITP). However, the results of some more recent studies have found
no correlation, or even a negative correlation, between response to
steroids and response to splenectomy. The purpose of this study is
to further examine the relationship between steroid response and
outcome after splenectomy in children.

Methods: After IRB approval, children who underwent splenectomy
for ITP were identified and records reviewed retrospectively. Patient
response to medical and surgical therapies were determined by platelet
counts. Patients were grouped by complete response (CR, >= 150,000/
µL), partial response (PR, 149,999 to >= 50,000), or no response (NR,
<50,000).

Results: Thirty-seven children, age 10 ± 5 years, were identified.
Following steroid therapy, 20 patients (54%) had CR, 9 patients (24%)
had PR, and 8 patients (22%) had a NR. After splenectomy, 31 patients
(84%) had CR and 6 patients (16%) had PR. No children in the group
had NR to splenectomy. Of the 20 patients that had a CR to steroid
therapy, 18 (80%) had CR and 2 (20%) had PR to splenectomy. Out of
the 9 patients that had a PR to steroids, 7 (78%) had CR to splenectomy
and 2 (22%) had PR. Of the 8 patients that had a NR to steroids, 6
(75%) had CR and 2 (25%) had PR to splenectomy. Statistical analysis
with Fisher’s Exact test found no significant correlation between any of
the three categories of response to steroid therapy when compared
against response to splenectomy (P = 0.59). Additionally, the group
with CR to splenectomy was compared against the group with PR
to splenectomy, and no statistically significant differences were found
between the groups for the following variables: age at diagnosis, age
at splenectomy, sex, race, co-morbidities, platelet count at diagnosis,

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   platelet count at time of operation, time between diagnosis and
   splenectomy, postoperative relapse, and response to preoperative
   intravenous immunoglobulin (IVIg), intravenous anti-Rho(D) immune
   globulin (WinRho), or rituximab.

   Conclusion: These data suggest that response to preoperative
   steroids is not predictive of outcome to splenectomy in children with
   ITP. These results challenge the longstanding belief that a good response
   to steroids predicts a favorable response to splenectomy. Additionally,

                                                           58.4
           24
                         Thromboembolic
           21            Complications
                         (Chi-sq for trend<0.0001)
           18            Thrombocytosis
                         (Chi-sq for trend<0.0001)
           15
    % patients




           12

                 9

                 6   y = 1.0056e 0.3516x
                        R2 = 0.9802
                 3

                 0
                     2       4       6      8    10      12 +
                                  LOS ICU (days)


   our results also challenge the more recent studies suggesting that a
   poor response to steroids predicts a good response to splenectomy.

   TABLE 1:
                                      Response to Steroids
                                      CR             PR           nR
    Response to              CR       18 (80%)       7 (78%)      6 (75%)
    Splenectomy
                             PR       2 (20%)        2 (22%)      2 (25%)

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   8. TUMOR VOLUME AND PERCENT POSITIVE LyMPH NODES AS A
   PREDICTOR OF 5 yEAR SURVIVAL IN COLORECTAL CANCER

   LS Poritz*, R Sehgal, K Hartnett, A Berg, WA Koltun*
   The Milton S. Hershey Medical Center, Hershey, PA

   PURPOSE: Patients with stage III colorectal cancer (CRC) are
   treated with adjuvant therapy, but survival is variable at 5 years.
   Identifying patients with a worse potential outcome could help direct
   adjuvant therapy so that those patients are treated more aggressively.
   Tumor size is not part of the staging system for CRC and alone is not a
   predictor of survival. We hypothesize that Stage III patients with small
   tumors have a worse survival than patients with large tumors.

   METHODS: Patients with Stage III CRC were identified from
   our registry. Patients with IBD associated CRC, those treated with
   neoadjuvant therapy, and those with perforated CRC were excluded.
   The remaining patients were divided into 2 categories, those who
   died of CRC or have metastatic disease within 5 years of surgery and
   those that were alive and disease free at 5 years. Patients dying from
   non-CRC causes before 5 years and patients where cause of death
   was unknown were excluded. Tumor volume and lymph nodes status
   was obtained from the pathology report. A ratio of tumor volume
   to percent positive nodes was calculated for each patient (V:N ratio).
   groups were compared with t-test. Logistic regression was performed
   to model the probability of survival after 5 years.

   RESULTS: 52 patients were identified that met all the criteria.
   29 (56%) were alive and tumor free at 5 years. The V:N ratio was
   statistically significantly higher in patients that survived and were disease
   free 5 years after surgery for CRC (1.79 ± 0.3) than in those patients
   who died from CRC within 5 years (0.61 ± 0.11), p=0.0018. Using
   logistic regression, the V:N ratio was a significant parameter in survival
   to 5 years, with the coefficient being significant at p=0.003 (see figure).
   Using this formula the 50% survival point was a V:N ratio of .84 and the
   75% survival point was a V:N ratio of 1.33.

   CONCLUSIONS: 1: Patients who survive 5 years after CRC surgery
   have a statistically significantly higher V:N ratio than those patients who

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die of disease within 5 years. 2: Patients with small tumors and positive
nodes have a lower V:N ratio and a statistically decreased 5 year
survival. These patients should be targeted for more aggressive adjuvant
therapy.




NOTES




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   9. LOWER ExTREMITy VASCULAR INJURIES: INCREASED
   MORTALITy FOR MINORITIES AND THE UNINSURED

   M Crandall*, A Haider, T Esposito*, K Brasel*
   Northwestern University, Chicago, IL

   Introduction: There is increasing evidence to suggest that racial
   disparities exist in outcomes for trauma. Minorities and the uninsured
   have been found to have higher mortality rates for blunt and
   penetrating trauma, and worse outcomes after head injuries. The exact
   mechanisms for these disparities, however, are incompletely understood.
   We hypothesized that by reducing injury heterogeneity and limiting
   outcomes analyses to lower extremity vascular injuries (LEVI) only,
   these disparities would disappear.

   Methods: The National Trauma Data Bank (NTDB v.7.0, American
   College of Surgeons) was used for this study. Univariate and
   multivariate analyses were performed using STATA10. Outcome of
   interest was mortality and analyses controlled for age>55, gender, race,
   payer status, injury severity score (ISS)>16, and initial systolic blood
   pressure (SBP)<60.

   Results: Of the nearly 5.5 million cases included in the NTDB, 6584
   LEVI were identified by ICD-9 codes 904.0-904.8; 3022 blunt, 3500
   penetrating, and 4 burns. Penetrating injuries were much more likely
   to be suffered by minorities (78% vs. 28% for blunt, p<0.001) and the
   uninsured (31% vs 12% for blunt, p<0.001). They were also younger
   (mean age 28 vs. 37, p<0.001). Overall mortality was 8% (7.9% for blunt,
   8.1% for penetrating). 10% of each group were in shock, with SBP<60 on
   presentation. Mean ISS was higher for blunt injuriesLogistic regression
   including mechanism as an independent variable demonstrated
   increased mortality for minorities (OR 1.47, 95%CI 1.06-1.96, p=0.01)
   and the uninsured (OR 1.67, 95%CI 1.15-2, p=0.003). When stratified
   by mechanism, lack of insurance predicted increased mortality for
   penetrating trauma (OR 1.67, 95%CI 1.16-2.38, p=0.006), but not for
   blunt (OR 1.28, 95%CI 0.81-2.04, p=0.29), and race was not significant
   for either mechanism (penet OR 1.67, 95%CI 0.98-2.85, p=0.06; blunt
   OR 1.39, 95%CI 0.96-2, p=0.08).


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  Conclusions: These results are disturbing in that, even for a relatively
  homogenous group of injured patients, those with LEVI, mortality is
  higher for racial minorities and the uninsured. More research is to
  better understand and begin to address the factors underlying these
  disparities.

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                                                                              ____ Graft

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                                  Ce ns or e d VAS CUL AR_ ACCE S S 2 =Gr a f t
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                                  Ce ns or e d VAS CUL AR_ ACCE S S 2 =Ra di a l - c e pha l i c AVF




                                                                                                                      CSA 2011 • 45
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   10. PNEUMONIA IN THE ICU, IS EVERy ONE PREVENTABLE?

   WL Wahl*, C Zalewski, MR Hemmila*
   University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI

   PURPOSE: Pneumonia is a major complication for hospitalized
   patients and recently has come under scrutiny by health care regulating
   bodies which propose that hospital acquired pneumonia should not be
   reimbursed and potentially be a “never event.” We hypothesized that
   many of our patients develop pneumonia at the time of their initial
   traumatic event despite aggressive measures to prevent pneumonia
   during their hospitalization.

   METHODS: Retrospective review of all mechanically ventilated
   patients admitted to a mixed surgical ICU (trauma, general surgery
   and burns) who developed pneumonia from 2006-2008. All pneumonia
   culture diagnoses were obtained from bronchoalveolar lavage (BAL)
   specimens, with >= 104 cfu/ml considered a positive result.Ventilator-
   associated pneumonia (VAP) criteria applied only to those patients
   mechanically ventilated for more than 48 hours at the time of a positive
   BAL culture. Aspiration organisms included Strep species, MSSA, H
   influenzae, Oral flora. This was an IRB approved study.

   RESULTS: 208 patients underwent BAL, half of which were
   performed in the first 48 hours after admission for fever, infiltrate on
   chest radiograph or rising white blood cell count (early BAL group).
   Of these, 58% (29% of all BAL patients) had positive BAL cultures
   (pneumonia) but were not VAP. While the predominant organisms
   in the early BAL group were aspiration type organisms, 18% had
   resistant pathogens and 17% had other gram negative rods (gNR).
   This compared to the VAP group with 37% resistant organisms (p=0.04)
   and 11% other gNR (p=NS). Twenty five patients with <= 104 cfu/
   ml on early BAL underwent repeat BAL of which 16 (64%) were later
   diagnosed with VAP.

   CONCLUSIONS: Many intubated patients in the surgery ICU had
   evidence of early pneumonia or bacterial growth within 48 hours after
   arrival suggesting early infection or colonization occurred prior to ICU
   admission. In addition, 36% with early bacterial growth had resistant

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  organisms or gNR on BAL culture which suggests a patient derived
  rather than environmentally acquired source.

                                              Aspiration    Resistant
                BAL cfu/ml        No growth                              other gnR
time of BAl                                   organisms      gNR/
                    N (%)           N (%)                                  N (%)
                                                  N (%)    MRSA N (%)
 <48 hours     < 104       44      10 (10)       23 (22)      5 (5)        6 (6)
  N=105                   (42)
               ≥ 104       61        n/a         36 (34)     13 (13)      12 (11)
              =pneumonia
                          (58)
 ≥48 hours     < 104        29      7 (7)        15 (14)      4 (4)        3 (3)
  N=103                    (28)
               ≥ 10    4
                            74       n/a         32 (31)     34 (33)       8 (8)
                =VAP
                           (72)



  NOTES




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   11. USE OF ANTIBIOTICS ALONE FOR TREATMENT OF
   unCoMPliCAteD ACute APPenDiCitiS – A MetA AnAlYSiS

   KJM Liu*, L Fogg, TJ Johnson
   Rush University Medical Center, Chicago, IL

   Antibiotics treatment is now used successfully in many intra-abdominal
   septic processes, such as colonic diverticulitis, which had been treated
   surgically in the past. Nonetheless, the use of antibiotics alone in
   the treatment of acute appendicitis, especially in the absence of an
   appendiceal mass, phlegmon or abscess, has been controversial. The
   present report is based on a meta-analysis of existing studies which
   compared treatment with antibiotics alone to appendectomy in acute
   appendicitis without an appendiceal mass or abscess.

   METHODS A Medline search was performed for studies on acute
   appendicitis comparing antibiotics treatment to appendectomy. Case
   reports, studies including appendiceal mass or abscess, studies before
   1970, or studies using non-conventional approaches were excluded.
   Eight reports comprised of 1515 patients were identified, and a meta-
   analysis was performed.

   RESULTS A normal appendix was found in 7.37±5.09% of patients
   who underwent appendectomy as the planned treatment. When
   antibiotics alone were used, 6.51±4.39% patient failed to respond
   and required surgical intervention in 24 hours to 3 weeks, and acute
   appendicitis recurred in 11.3±9.40%. The length of stay (LOS) for
   appendectomy and antibiotics treatment was 4.56±2.78 and 4.72±2.94
   days respectively. The complication rate for antibiotics treatment was
   3.6±6.5%, while that for appendectomy was 14.7±12.9% including some
   cases of enterocutaneous fistula (p<.001).

   CONCLUSION Uniform use of surgery in acute appendicitis
   without appendiceal mass or abscess resulted in the removal of a
   normal appendix in many cases with associated clinical and economic
   costs. On the other hand, a number of patients treated with antibiotics
   alone failed to respond and required appendectomy. Appendicitis
   recurred in a number of cases when the initial episode was treated with
   antibiotics alone, and several recurrences were successfully treated

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again with antibiotics. The LOS was comparable for both treatment
approaches. Notably, the complication rates for appendectomy were
more than four times higher than those for antibiotics treatment.
Clearly, each treatment approach has its own advantages and drawbacks.
However, the number of patients studied to date is limited, primarily
due to widespread reluctance on the part of surgeons to employ
antibiotics alone for the treatment of a traditionally surgical disease.
Nonetheless, all existing studies have demonstrated that treatment
with antibiotics alone is safe, and prospective randomized trials are
warranted to further identify the merits and limitations of each
treatment approach in this common disease process.

NOTES




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   12. COMPARATIVE EFFECTIVENESS OF BARIATRIC SURgERy AND
   non-SuRgiCAl theRAPY in ADultS With tYPe 2 DiABeteS
   MellituS (t2DM) AnD ClASS i oBeSitY

   FJ Serrot, D Leslie, RB Dorman, J Anderson, B Sick, B Slusarek, H
   Buchwald*, S Ikramuddin*
   University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN

   PURPOSE: Currently the the Agency for Healthcare Research and
   Quality (AHRQ) is soliciting public comment on the comparative
   outcomes of bariatric surgery in patients with class I obesity
   (BMI<35kg/m2). There are no US data available. The randomized studies
   currently recruiting patients will likely all have a mean BMI above 35
   kg/m2 given current inclusion criteria. Outcomes of surgically and
   medically treated groups of patients with T2DM and class I obesity were
   compared.

   METHODS: An Institutional Review Board (IRB) approved database
   of all patients undergoing Roux-en-y gastric bypass (RygB) or medical
   management for T2DM at the University of Minnesota Medical
   Center was reviewed. All surgical patients met initial NIH criteria for
   bariatric surgery at initial evaluation. A cohort of patients lost weight
   prior to surgery and BMI was below 35 kg/m2 on the date of surgical
   intervention. Outcomes and hemoglobin A1c (HbA1c) reduction of
   surgical patients were matched to medically managed patients with
   class I obesity in which HbA1c data was available greater than 11
   months post-intervention. T2DM goal was defined as HbA1c <7.0%,
   systolic blood pressure <130 mm Hg, and LDL cholesterol <100 gm/dL.
   Student’s T-test was used for analysis

   RESULTS: 14 patients undergoing RygB and 12 patients managed
   medically were identified with class I obesity and T2DM. In the RygB
   group, mean pre-op BMI was 34.2kg/m2 and mean age was 55.5 years.
   At average follow-up interval of 35 months, mean BMI was 25 kg/m2,
   mean percent excess weight loss (%EWL) was 82.4, mean percent
   weight loss (%WL) was 27, mean HbA1c decreased from 8.0% to
   6.5% (p=0.005) and a composite T2DM medication score decreased
   from 2.4% to 0.8%. In the medical group, initial mean BMI was 31.7 kg/
   m2 and mean age was 60.1 years. At average follow-up interval of 46

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months, mean BMI increased to 34.6 kg/m2. All but one patient gained
weight (mean %EWL was -89 and mean %WL was -10.9). Mean HbA1c
increased from 6.6% to 7.3%, and a composite T2DM medication score
increased from 1.4 to 3.8. Only 25% of patients were at T2DM goal with
medical management compared with 79% of RygB patients (p<0.05)

CONCLUSION: RygB appears safe for patients with a BMI <35 Kg/
m2. In comparison to medical management more patients reach goal
with fewer medications than patients undergoing medical management.
This paper provides important preliminary US data for design of
controlled clinical trials and policy considerations.

NOTES




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   13. DONATION AFTER CARDIAC DEATH: A TWENTy-NINE
   yEAR ExPERIENCE IN KIDNEy, LIVER, PANCREAS AND LUNg
   tRAnSPlAntAtion

   AM D’Alessandro*, JM Bellingham, NA Neidlinger, LA Fernandez, DP
   Foley, JD Mezrich, JS Odorico, NC De Oliveira, RB Love, HW Sollinger*
   University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI

   PURPOSE: To report the long-term outcomes of 1218 organs
   transplanted from donation after cardiac death (DCD) donors from
   January 1980 through December 2008.

   METHODS: 1218 organs were transplanted into 1137 recipients from
   577 DCD donors. This includes 1038 kidneys (RTx), 87 livers (LTx), 72
   pancreas (PTx), and 21 DCD lungs. The outcomes were compared to
   3470 RTx, 1157 LTx, 903 PTx and 409 lung transplants from donors
   after brain death (DBD).

   RESULTS: In contrast to the overall kidney transplant experience,
   the most recent 16-year period (n=396 DCD and 1,937 DBD)
   revealed no difference in patient and graft survival, rejection rates or
   surgical complications but delayed graft function was higher (44.7% vs.
   22.0%; p<0.001) in the DCD versus DBD group. In DCD LTx, biliary
   complications (51% vs 33.4%; p<0.01) and retransplantation for ischemic
   cholangiopathy (13.9% vs 0.2%; p<0.01) were increased. PTx recipients
   had no difference in surgical complications, rejection, and hemoglobin
   A1c levels. Surgical complications were equivalent between DCD and
   DBD lung recipients.

   CONCLUSION: this series represents the largest single center
   experience with more than 1000 DCD transplants and, given the critical
   demand for organs, demonstrates successful kidney, pancreas, liver and
   lung allografts from DCD donors.

   NOTES




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14. RISK STRATIFICATION FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF A
SUBSEQUENT PNEUMONIA AFTER A NON-DIAgNOSTIC
BRONCHO-ALVEOLAR LAVAgE

Irfan Qureshi,yvette McCarter, Andrew Kerwin, Joseph Tepas, (Michael
Nussbaum)
University of Florida at Jacksonville, Jacksonville, FL

Purpose:Broncho-alveolar lavage (BAL) is an invasive bedside
procedure intended to define type and concentration of pathological
organisms causing ventilator associated pneumonia (VAP). Because
BAL results are objectively determined by the microbiology laboratory,
the “yield” of positive results is an objective performance metric of
appropriate balance of patient risk vs. benefit and efficacy of technique.
We hypothesized that absence of pathogens portended a benign clinical
course rather than inadequate procedure performance.

Methods:
Microbiology laboratory results from BAL specimens collected from
our SICU over a two year period were stratified as positive (POS
=>100,000 cfu), indeterminate (INT =<100,000 cfu pathological
organisms), or negative defined as mixed flora (MF) or sterile (STR).
Consistency of BAL use over time was evaluated by monthly CuSum
analysis of positive yield. Clinical relevance of INT,MF and STR results
were assessed by incidence of subsequent POS sample if another BAL
was performed at any time during their ICU stay. Efficacy of BAL was
evaluated by comparing MF and STR patients who had a subsequent
POS BAL within 7days of the initial BAL. Incidence of subsequent POS
for MF was compared to STR using Chi-square with alpha set at .05.

Results:
Microbiology results from 949 BAL performed on 494 SICU patients
in 2008 and 2009 were interpreted as POS in 381 (40.1%) samples.
Of the non POS samples, there were 371 samples from a subsequent
BAL during their ICU course. Subsequent course of non-POS samples
indicate that presence of any pathogen on the first BAL (INT group)
portends a high likelihood of subsequent POS. The majority of MF
did not require an additional BAL, whereas almost half of STR did
(table 1). The 15 and 12 BALs required within 7 days of the MF and

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    STR groups represent only a 2.8% incidence of potentially inadequate
    BAL technique. Monthly CuSum analysis of yield, however, was neither
    predictable nor consistent.

    Conclusion
    BAL samples with MF and STR results represent an adequate sampling
    of secretions that portend a more benign future course for our SICU
    patients. This may represent as much a therapeutic as diagnostic process
    for at risk ventilated patients. A BAL result with any form of pathogen,
    regardless of concentration, should be considered a biomarker for
    increased risk of future pneumonia as 85% of INT samples (131 of 155)
    had a subsequent POS BAL at some point during the ICU stay. This
    fact may help guide a physician to perform a repeat BAL and initiate
    empiric antibiotic therapy at the time of repeat BAL. Inconsistencies
    demonstrated by CuSum suggest that better training in timing and
    indications for BAL may decrease unnecessary procedures that yield
    negative results.

  table 1

   Result    total      No sub BAL      Sub BAL pos         Needed Repeat
             sample                                         BAl≤ 7d
   int         155            24             131                   48
   MF          125           91 *            34                    15
   StR          91           59 *            32
                                             * P=.21, Chi-square



    NOTES




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15. THE ADDITION OF A NURSE PRACTIONER TO AN INPATIENT
SURgICAL TEAM RESULTS IN IMPROVED UTILIZATION OF
ReSouRCeS

Lourdes Robles, Eve Ladwig-Scott, Daniel Zank, Mary Kay Larson,
Michele Slogoff*, gerard Aranha*, Margo Shoup*
Loyola University, Maywood, IL

PURPOSE: There are many challenges facing academic medical
centers today including resident work hour restrictions and changes in
reimbursement. As a result, the continuity of care between a patient in
the hospital and after discharge may be adversely affected. The purpose
of this study was to determine whether adding a nurse practitioner
(NP) to a busy inpatient surgical service would improve patient care
after discharge.

METHODS: In 2007, a NP joined the surgical team that included
three surgical attendings. Her primary responsibility was coordinating
the discharge plan and communicating with patients after discharge.
The records of inpatients one year before (N=415) and one year after
(N=411) the NP joined the team were analyzed. The clinical course of
the patients were reviewed including demographics, type of surgery,
home services rendered, telephone calls, unnecessary emergency room
(ER) visits, and hospital readmissions. An unnecessary ER visit was
defined as an ER visit that did not result in an inpatient admission.

RESULTS: The two groups were statistically similar in regards to age,
race, acuity of surgery, length of hospital stay and hospital readmissions.
The median hospital stay was 6 days in both groups. Telephone
communication between clinic/hospital nurses and discharged patients
was 846 calls before the NP. After the NP joined the team, 1319 follow
up phone calls were made to discharged patients, representing an
increase of 64% (p<0.0001). Home services, including a visiting nurse,
physical therapy, or occupational therapy were rendered to only 25 %
(104/415) of patients before the NP compared to 160/411, 39% after
the NP (p <0.0001). There were significantly more unnecessary ER visits
before the NP (103/415, 25%) compared to after the NP (54/411, 13%)
representing a 50% reduction (p=0.001). The estimated difference in
charges for unnecessary ER visits before and after the NP was $40,000,

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   approximately half of the NP’s salary.

   CONCLUSION: This study demonstrated overall improved
   utilization of resources with a NP on a surgical team. In addition,
   unnecessary ER visits decreased a dramatic 50%. These findings come
   at a time when health care reform is at a significant turning point. It has
   been proposed that Medicare and private insurance companies will no
   longer cover emergency room visits or hospital readmissions for post-
   operative patients. This study demonstrates that the addition of a NP
   not only improves continuity of care upon discharge but also has the
   potential to yield financial benefits for the hospital.

   NOTES




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16. IN-HOUSE DIRECT SUPERVISION By AN ATTENDINg IS
ASSOCIATED WITH DIFFERENCES IN THE CARE OF PATIENTS
WITH BINJURyLUNT SPLENIC

JA Claridge*, JW Carter, WH Leukhard, MA Malangoni*
MetroHealth Medical Center, Cleveland, OH

Objective: The purpose of this study was to evaluate differences
in the management of blunt spleen injuries between two acute
care surgery models: Attending in-house (AIH) w/ direct resident
supervision vs. Attending at home (AAH) with indirect resident
supervision.

Methods: All patients with blunt splenic injury from 01/03 to 07/09
admitted to a regional level one trauma center were analyzed. Data
included patient demographics, injury data, hospital course data and
treatment modality.

Results: There were 518 patients of which 285 (55%) presented with
an AIH, 158 (30.5%) presented with AAH, and 75 (14.5%) presented
when a fellow was the most senior person in house (FIH). The mean ISS
was 21.2 and the mean age was 34 years. The comparison between AAH
and AIH are shown below. Additionally, the head and face abbreviated
injury scores were significantly higher in the AIH group, while the
distributions of splenic injury grades were similar between the two
groups. A separate analysis of patients managed by a FIH demonstrated
a practice pattern and outcomes that fall between AAH and AIH.

Conclusion: An acute care surgery model with an AIH and direct
resident supervision demonstrated less utilization of resources
measured by more frequent observation and fewer ICU admissions,
ventilator days, and splenic artery embolizations. These findings likely
reflect greater caution by attending surgeons when they are home and
are not directly supervising or evaluating patients.




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                                       Aih           AAh        p-value
 Age (years)                           35.5           31.2       0.016
 iSS                                   21.4           20.2        nS
 Splenic Injury grade                   2.7            2.7        nS
 ICU Admission                      212 (74.4%)   133 (84.2%)    0.017
 Ventilated                         74 (26.0%)     45 (28.5%)     nS
 Ventilator days (if intubated)         7.2           10.2       0.021
 LOS (days)                            7.10           8.10        nS
 hospital Charges (Dollars)           $46970        $47621        nS
 observation                        222 (77.9%)   102 (64.6%)    0.004
 Splenic Artery Embolization        47 (16.5%)     47 (29.7%)    0.002
 Splenic Salvage                    268 (94.0%)   147 (93.0%)     nS
 Mortality                          29 (10.2%)     11 (7.0%)      nS



    NOTES




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17. RISINg HOSPITAL COSTS FOR CLOSTRIDIUM DIFFICILE
COLITIS: HOSPITAL TyPE MATTERS.

DB Stewart, L Wang, (WA Koltun)
Penn State Hershey Medical Center, Hershey, PA

Purpose: To describe the trend in hospital costs attributable to
Clostridium difficile colitis (CDC) and how factors such as hospital size,
rural or urban care settings, and status as a teaching hospital affects the
cost of treating this disease.

Methods: Data from the Pennsylvania Health Care Cost Containment
Council (PHC4) was reviewed for 2005-2008. Cost-to-charge ratios
were used to derive costs from hospital charges, and costs were
inflation-adjusted. Propensity-scored matched CDC and non-CDC
cohorts were compared. Analysis of variance was used to test mean
cost differences among small, medium and large-sized hospitals.
generalized linear regression was performed to study factors
associated with CDC costs.

Results: A total of 82,860 CDC patients were identified in 2005-2008.
The average cost (in 2008 dollar value) per admission for CDC patients
was $21655 in 2005-2008, compared to $10448 for non-CDC patients.
For each year studied, patients with CDC consistently had greater than
50% higher mean hospital costs per admission than the matched, non-
CDC cohort (p<0.001). Though the per admission costs for the CDC
cohort rose by 25% from 2005 to 2008, the number of CDC patients
dropped by 16%. Among rural hospitals, the smallest facilities had the
highest costs (p<0.001), as was the case with urban-non-teaching
hospitals (p<0.001). By contrast, costs did not significantly differ among
urban-teaching hospitals of varying sizes (p=0.51). Costs were twice
as high for urban-teaching facilities as other types of care settings
(p<0.001), due in part to the finding that based on a Charlson co-
morbidity index, patients with higher co-morbidity were preferentially
treated at urban and teaching facilities (p<0.001). Multivariable analysis
within the CDC cohort demonstrated that teaching (p<0.001) and
urban hospitals (p<0.001), and non-White (p<0.001) patients were
associated with higher overall hospital cost.


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   Conclusions: Based on state wide data, the trend for cost for in-
   patient management of CDC in Pennsylvania has been increasing over
   the last several years. Teaching and urban hospitals treat the group
   of CDC patients with the highest co-morbidity, which may account
   for their higher cost of care. Nonetheless, the cost of treating CDC
   patients is comparable among different sized urban-teaching hospitals,
   which may reflect a more standardized approach toward treatment
   choices.

   NOTES




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18. H2 BLOCKERS DECREASED gUT MUCUS PRODUCTION AND
LEAD TO BARRIER DySFUNCTION IN VITRO

LN Diebel*, DM Liberati
Wayne State University, Detroit, MI

PURPOSE: An increased incidence of pneumonia and other infectious
complications have been associated with the use of Histamine2
receptor (H2) antagonists such as cimetidine in critically ill patients.
The mechanisms may include acid suppression with resultant effects
on the gut flora. Other possibilities include immunological effects and
perturbation of gut barrier function. Recent work has demonstrated
the importance of mucus on the gastrointestinal mucosal barrier. We
studied the effect of cimetidine on mucus production and mucosal
barrier function in vitro.

METHODS: HT-29 MTx a mucus producing intestinal epithelial cell
line was used. HT-29 MTx cell monolayers were grown to confluence
in the presence of cimetidine for 0, 3 or 6 days. Mucus production
was quantitated by Western Blot analysis and O-linked oligosaccharide
chain (OSC) content (a marker for mucin levels) by ELISA. In other
experiments, fluorescein-labeled Escherichia coli (FITC-EC) or
unlabeled EC were added to quantify bacterial adherence (60 minute
co-culture) and passage thru HT-29 MTx cell monolayer’s (120 minute
co-culture) respectively.

RESULTS: (see attached Table). Decreased mucus production after
cimetidine exposure was confirmed by Western Blot analysis. The effect
was more pronounced after 6 days of cimetidine exposure.

CONCLUSIONS: Cimetidine contributes to gut barrier dysfunction
by its effect on mucus production. At risk patients should have
alternative stress ulcer prophylaxis.




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 RESULTS: mean ± S.D.

    Cimetidine             oSC content          E.coli Adherence     E.coli passage

                            (µmol) N=4          (E.coli/mm ) N=3
                                                         2
                                                                   (log10CFU/ml) N=3
  Day 0                       3.9 ± 0.4             199 ± 9.2           0.40 ± 0.1
  Day 3                      2.8 ± 0.2*             183 ± 14.2         0.65 ± 0.1*
  Day 6                     1.5 ± 0.2*#           147 ± 6.1*#         0.71 ± 0.11*
 *p<0.001 vs. Day 0, #p<0.001 vs. Day 3


     NOTES




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19. CITRULLINE:A POTENTIAL IMMUNOMODULATOR IN SEPSIS

T Asgeirsson, S Zhang, C Mascarenhas, R Nunoo, A Senagore*
Spectrum Health, grand Rapids, MI
University of Southern California, Los Angeles,CA

Purpose: Sepsis leads to a complex systemic response of cytokines
(pro and anti- inflammatory), and more recently recognized adipokine
mediators. Endothelial nitric oxide (NO) may be a key component
in regulating this response, however pharmacologic manipulation of
endothelial NO via L-arginine supplemention or inhibitors has provided
inconsistent clinical data related to outcomes. These failures are due to
metabolism of L-arginine in the liver, toxicity of L-arginine, and ADMA
inhibition all of which may explain the “arginine paradox”. L-citrulline
offers a potentially valuable means of supplementing arginine and
therefore favorably impact NO availability. The goal of this study was
to determine whether citrulline (CIT) supplementation altered the
systemic response of mediators and cytokines in a rat sepsis model with
varying degrees of severity.

Methods: Sepsis was induced with 2 cecal ligation (CLP) models of
varying severity in Wistar rats. Citrulline supplementation was provided
to half the animals as 8% citrulline supplemented feed for 3 weeks.
Baseline mediator levels were assessed in the Wistar rats followed by
comparison of the following groups at day 0, 1, and 3: Sham operated;
CLP 8mm (localized); and CLP 12mm (extensive). Blood was obtained
via cardiac stick at the time of euthansia. The following analyses were
performed in the groups: IL-6, IL-8, IL-10, resistin, and adiponectin
levels ( enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay performed in duplicates).
Parametric 2 sample t-test and Mann Whitney U was used for statistical
analysis with significance set at p<0.05

Results: 98 Wistar rats were evaluated and survival was similar (85%)
in both sepsis models with and without citrulline. IL-6 was statistically
lower in the CIT/CLP8 group compared to non-citrulline (41 vs 117 pg/
ml p=0.011) on postop day 3. IL-8 and IL-10 responses were similar
across all groups. Resistin was statistically lower in the CIT/ CLP12
group compared to non-CIT in the more severe sepsis model on day 3
(clp 12 mm) (19 vs 38 ng/ml p<0.0001). Adiponectin was not effected

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   by citrulline supplementation.

   Conclusion: The data suggest that citrulline may reduce the pro-
   inflammatory mediator response (IL-6 and resistin) without impairing
   secretion of anti-inflammatory mediators (IL-10 and adiponectin).
   Citrulline may provide a safe means of immunomodulation which
   preserves the anti-inflammatory mediator response. Further work is
   needed to confirm the results and mechanism of this effect.

   NOTES




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20. gENERAL SURgERy TRAININg WITHOUT ADVANCED
LAPAROSCOPIC FELLOWS: THE IMPACT ON RESIDENTS AND
PAtientS

Jg Linn, E Hungness*, S Clark, A Nagle, E Wang, NJ Soper*
Northwestern University, Chicago, IL

PURPOSE: To determine the change in resident advanced
laparoscopic case volume after discontinuation of an advanced
laparoscopic surgery fellowship, and to examine differences in patient
care over the same time period.

METHODS: Resident case logs from a minimally invasive
gastrointestinal surgery service were compared for a two year period
before and one year after discontinuing the fellowship, using two sample
t-tests. Prospectively populated databases for all laparoscopic bariatric
and esophageal surgery were reviewed retrospectively to compare
operative time, length of stay, and major complication rate (stratified by
senior resident or fellow participation) over the same time period using
a two sample t-test. Data was analyzed using SAS 9.2 (Cary, NC).

RESULTS: Significant increases were seen in mean senior resident
advanced laparoscopic volume [(Mean Fellow year (Fy) = 21 operations
vs Non Fellow year (NFy) = 61, p < 0.01)], laparoscopic esophageal
volume (Fy = 1 vs NFy =11, p < 0.01) and bariatric volume (Fy = 9
vs NFy = 36, p < 0.01). Junior resident total case, basic, advanced, and
laparoscopic bariatric volume also increased significantly (p < 0.05).
No difference in hospital length of stay or major complication rate
was seen comparing resident and fellow as assistant. However, mean
operative time was significantly longer for laparoscopic gastric bypass
with resident assistant vs fellow assistant (152 ± 51 minutes vs 138 ±
53, p < 0.05).

CONCLUSION: Discontinuing an advanced laparoscopic fellowship
results in a significant increase in both senior and junior resident case
volume in advanced laparoscopic surgery. Operative time for complex
operations may increase in the absence of an experienced assistant
surgeon. Other patient outcomes do not appear to be adversely
affected by this change.

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   NOTES




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21. EVALUATINg RESIDENT OPERATIVE PERFORMANCE: A
QUALITATIVE ANALySIS OF ExPERT OPINIONS.

HA Sanfey, Rg Williams, P Chen, gL Dunnington
Southern Illinois University, Springfield, IL

PURPOSE: Current surgical training focuses on performing a
specified number of procedures for a fixed period of time. It is
becoming less acceptable to allow trainees to graduate without
an objective measure of surgical competency. In order to develop
a national examination, experts must reach agreement on how to
evaluate resident operative performance (ROP). Our aims were to
elicit and analyze the strengths and weaknesses of ROP as identified by
independent expert ratings and expert group discussion.

METHODS: groups of 7 expert surgeons were invited to
evaluate audio/video tapes of 8 ROP of lap chole, open inguinal
hernia, thyroidectomy, lap ventral hernia (2 of each), at the American
Board of Surgery Offices. Experts blinded to the resident Pgy level,
independently evaluated each ROP on rating forms with procedure
specific and general items on 5 point Likert scales. Experts also
listed ROP strengths and weaknesses and participated in a group
discussion after completing their individual ratings. Using a grounded
theory approach of constant comparative analysis, themes were
derived from comments on strengths and weaknesses and coded as:
Technical Skills(TS), Forward Planning(FP), Self Direction(SD), Situation
Awareness(SA), Patient Safety(PS). Comments were also coded as
procedure specific(PSI) or general (gSI).

RESULTS: 19 experts independently entered 1,087 comments on
strengths and weakness of 8 ROP (Table). As there was some overlap,
these 1,087 comments were distilled to 300 comments in the post
independent rating discussion. Consensus was reached on 85(28%) of
these 300 comments with majority agreement on another 83(28%). The
dominant focus was on forward planning. With the exception of the 2
lap chole cases, raters focused more on general than procedure specific
skills (p<.05).

CONCLUSION: Contrary to expectation less than 30% of rater

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             comments focused on technical skills when identifying ROP strengths
             and weaknesses. Although there was considerable variation in individual
             comments and opinions as might be expected from a disparate group
             of surgeons, majority agreement was reached on 56% of comments
             during the post independent rating discussion. These findings will inform
             further decision making on the creation of a national examination to
             evaluate end of training surgical competence.


        No.                tS               FP               SD         SA        PS         PSi         gSi
        Comments(%)
        Pre Weakness       162(25%)         197(30%)         102(16%)   62(10%)   126(19%)     167/382
                                                                                             1,2         1
                                                                                                             215/382
                                                                                             (44%)
        649(60%)                                                                                         (56%)
        Pre Strengths      122(28%)         131(30%)         63(14%)    54(12%)   68(16%)      86/260
                                                                                             1,2         1
                                                                                                          174/260
                                                                                             (33%)       (67%)
        438 (40%)
        Post Weakness      51(26%)          64(33%)          20(10%)    16(8%)    47(24%)    52/118      56/118
                                                                                             (44%)       (56%)
        198(66%)
        Post Strength      29(29%)          30(30%)          16(16%     14(14%)   13(13%)    1
                                                                                                 12/73   1
                                                                                                             61/73 (94%)

        102(33%)                                                                             (16%)
        Consensus
        3
                           12(26%)          12(26%)          7 (15%)    7(15%)    8(17%)     1
                                                                                                 7/24    1
                                                                                                             17/24 (71%)
        Weakness
                                                                                             (29%)
        46(54%)
        3
         Consensus         11(28%)          10(26%)          10 (26%)   4(10%)    4(10%)     1
                                                                                                 3/26    1
                                                                                                             23/26 (89%)

        Strength                                                                             (11%)

        39(46%)
.
    1
      P<.05 comparing PSI with gSI
    2
      P<.05 comparing weaknesses and strengths
    3
      Post discussion comments on which there was consensus agreement




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22. TEAM TRAININg CAN IMPROVE OPERATINg ROOM
PERFORMANCE

RA Forse, RMcQuillan
Creighton University, Omaha, NE

PURPOSE: To determine if team training using a federal sponsored
team training program improves operating room (OR) performance and
culture.

METHODS: the team StePPS program a team training program
designed and tested for healthcare applications was provided to the
operating room staff. The training occurred over two months to all
members of the OR team including scrub technicians, nurses, CRNAs,
anesthesiologists, surgeons and all anesthesiology and surgical resident
staff.

RESULTS: After nine months there was a significant improvement
in the operating room (OR) staff team work (score 53.2 to 62.7
p<.05) and OR communications (score 47. 5 to 62.7 p<.05). There
was significant improvement in OR first case starts (69% to 81%),
SQIP measures (antibiotic administration 78% to 97% p<.05;VTE
administration 74% to 91% p<.05 and beta blocker administration
19.7% to 100% p<.05) as well as patient satisfaction (willingness to
recommend 77% to 89.3% p<.05). NSQIP measured overall surgical
morbidity and mortality which were significantly improved (mortality
2.7 to 1% p<.05; morbidity 16.2 to 7.7% p<.05) indicating a significant
change in the overall OR culture. A year later the data showed that
factors linked to regulatory requirements such as SQIP measures
linked to the time out remained improved while first case on time
starts decreased (81 to 69% p<.05), patient willingness to recommend
decreased (89.3 to 80.8% p<.05) surgical mortality increased (1 to 1.8%
p<.05) and surgical morbidity increased (7.7 to 11% p<.05) all reflecting
culture deterioration.

CONCLUSION: These data confirm that team training improves
OR performance but continued team training is required to provide
sustained improved Operating Room culture.


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23. MORBIDITy AND MORTALITy AFTER BOWEL RESECTION FOR
ACute MeSenteRiC iSCheMiA

PK gupta, B Natarajan, H gupta, x Fang, RJ Fitzgibbons*
Creighton University, Omaha, NE

PURPOSE: Patients presenting with acute mesenteric ischemia (AMI)
sufficiently advanced to require bowel resection have a high morbidity
and mortality. The primary aim of this study is to analyze a large group
of patients requiring bowel resection for AMI to determine if certain
preoperative and intra operative variables are predictive of death or
complications A secondary aim was to develop a prediction model
to aid in surgical decision-making, informed patient consent, and risk
reduction.

METHODS: Patients undergoing bowel resection for AMI were
identified from the American College of Surgeons’ National Surgical
Quality Improvement Program (NSQIP) database for years 2007 and
2008. Sixty-eight pre-operative and intra-operative variables were
analyzed using multivariate logistic regression.

RESULTS: Eight hundred sixty-one patients were identified, equally
distributed between males and females, with a median age of 69.
Eight (0.93%) patients had concomitant vascular surgery. Thirty-
day postoperative morbidity and mortality were 56.6% and 27.9%,
respectively. Median length of stay was 11 days. Preoperative variables
significantly associated with postoperative morbidity (C statistic-0.79)
included admission from chronic care facility versus home (Odds ratio
[OR] 4.17; 95% Confidence Interval [CI]-1.65-10.53), recent myocardial
infarction (OR 2.29; 95%CI-1.01-5.18), chronic obstructive pulmonary
disease (OR 1.97; 95%CI-1.27-3.08), on ventilator preoperatively (OR
1.95; 95%CI-1.18-3.22), preoperative acute renal failure (OR 1.93;
95%CI-1.03-3.61), emergency operation (OR 1.72; 95%CI-1.14-2.58),
previous cardiac surgery (OR 1.62; 95%CI-1.05-2.49), and prolonged
operative time (OR 1.003; 95%CI-1.001-1.006). Preoperative variables
significantly associated with postoperative mortality (C statistic-0.84)
included preoperative do not resuscitate (DNR) status (OR 3.19;
95%CI-1.19-8.55), open wound (OR 2.35; 95%CI-1.30-4.26), low
albumin (OR 1.93; 95%CI-1.13-3.28), dirty versus clean contaminated

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   case (OR 1.91; 95%CI-1.15-3.17), and totally dependent versus
   independent functional status (OR 1.88; 95%CI-1.12-3.15). Small bowel
   vs. colon resection and type of bowel resection (ostomy, etc.) did not
   impact morbidity and mortality. These factors were used to develop risk
   calculators predicting postoperative morbidity and mortality.

   CONCLUSION: Mortality and morbidity rates following bowel
   resection for AMI are high. Admission from chronic care facility,
   DNR status, cardiac, pulmonary, and renal comorbidities, dependent
   status, emergent procedure, class four wound, and operative time are
   associated with an increased risk. Based on this data, we have developed
   a risk calculation formula which predicts postoperative morbidity and
   mortality.

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24. LATE ABDOMINAL AORTIC ENDOgRAFT ExPLANTS:
inDiCAtionS AnD outCoMeS

SV Phade, ML Keldahl, MD Morasch*, HE Rodriguez, WH Pearce*, MR
Kibbe*, and MK Eskandari*
Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine, Chicago, IL

Purpose:
Despite advances in endoluminal salvage for failed endografts, certain
circumstances necessitate EVAR (endovascular abdominal aneurysm
repair) explant and definitive open surgical repair. We review the
indications for and outcomes following late EVAR conversion.

Methods:
Retrospective review of EVAR patients requiring delayed (> 30 days)
conversion from 1999-2009. Demographics, index endovascular
procedure, indication/technique for conversion, and outcomes were
analyzed.

Results: Among 16 patients that required late conversion, mean age
was 73 years (range 41-84) and 94% were men. Indications included
endoleak with sac expansion (n=6), endograft infection (n=6), rupture
(n=3), and graft infolding (n=1). Explanted prostheses included: Zenith
(n=7), Excluder (n=3), AneuRx (n=3), Powerlink (n=2), and Ancure (n=1).
Prior to conversion, 7 patients underwent unsuccessful secondary
salvage procedures. Open surgical conversion was performed either
via a transperitoneal approach (81%) or a left retroperitoneal approach
(19%) with 75% requiring supraceliac control. In-hospital mortality
following endograft removal was 12.5% (2/16). Reconstructions were
dependent on the clinical manifestations and included: in situ prosthetic
repair (n=10), extra-anatomic bypass (n=4), and in situ cryopreserved
human allograft repair (n=2). In-hospital postoperative complications
included myocardial infarction (n=2), respiratory failure/pneumonia
(n=5), acute renal failure (n=6), mesenteric ischemia (n=1), lower
extremity ischemia (n=2), postoperative hemorrhage (n=2), duodenal
injury (n=1), venous thromboembolism (n=2), and psoas abscesses
(n=1). Mean length of hospital stay for survivors was 18 days (range,
6-78) and 50% were discharged directly home.


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   Conclusion:
   Most delayed EVAR conversions are due to inadequate aneurysm
   exclusion or infection and can be successfully converted to a traditional
   open surgical reconstruction. As expected, supraceliac control is often
   required and the perioperative morbidity and mortality is higher than
   primary open repair or EVAR.
   The study addresses how best to manage failed abdominal aortic
   endografts and what can be done to improve patient outcomes with
   this difficult clinical problem.

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25. PRiMARY tuMoR SiZe, not RACe, DeteRMineS outCoMeS
IN WOMEN WITH HORMONE-RESPONSIVE BREAST CANCER

AB Chagpar, CR Crutcher, LB Cornwell, KM McMasters
yale University, New Haven, CT and University of Louisville

INTRODUCTION:                African-American breast cancer patients
are known to have a worse survival than their Caucasian counterparts.
Whether this poor outcome is due to race itself, or whether this is
related to the propensity of triple negative disease, delay in diagnosis or
disparities in treatment is less clear. We sought to determine (a) if there
was a difference in survival in African-American women with hormone-
responsive breast cancer, and (b) whether this was related to race or
other tumor and treatment variables.

METHODS:           The Kentucky Cancer Registry was queried for
invasive breast cancer cases between 1996 and 2007. Of the 1903 cases
identified, 1205 (63.3%) were hormone-responsive (ER+ and/or PR+).
These patients formed the cohort of interest. Patient demographic
data, tumor characteristics, and treatment variables were collected and
correlated to race. The effect of race on survival was evaluated with
log-rank tests using Kaplan-Meier methodology; multivariate survival
analysis was performed using Cox regression.

RESULTS:           Of the 1205 patients in this cohort, 927 (76.9%)
were Caucasian, and 262 (21.7%) were African-American. Compared
to Caucasians, African-American women were older (median 57 vs.
55 years, p=0.032), and were more likely to have larger tumors at
presentation (median 19 mm vs. 17 mm, p=0.009). There was no
significant difference in the proportion of grade 3 tumors (35.4% vs.
28.7%, p=0.127), node-positive tumors (42.6% vs. 27.7%, p=0.379),
proportion of patients treated with mastectomy (30.1% vs. 25.0%,
p=0.331), chemotherapy (43.1% vs. 41.9%, p=0.249) or hormonal
therapy (57.3% vs. 56.3%, p=0.586). On univariate analysis, there was
no significant difference in terms of overall survival between Caucasians
and African-Americans with hormone-responsive tumors (5-year
actuarial survival: 93.6% vs. 90.7%, p=0.232). On multivariate analysis,
only tumor size remained a significant independent predictor of overall
survival (OR: 1.021; 95% CI: 1.014-1.027, p<0.0005). Race, however,

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   did not influence outcome in a model controlling for age and tumor size
   (p=0.693).

   CONCLUSIONS:             We demonstrate that in patients with
   hormone-receptor positive breast cancer, there are no significant
   differences in treatment between Caucasians and African-Americans.
   Race does not independently predict outcome in these patients; rather
   African-Americans tend to present with larger tumors, and tumor size
   is an independent predictor of overall survival in these patients. Efforts
   geared towards early detection, particularly in African-American women,
   may improve outcomes.

   NOTES




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26. SAMPLINg OF SECONDARy MARgINS REDUCES NEED FOR
RE-ExCISION AFTER PARTIAL MASTECTOMy

JA guidroz, g Larrieux, J Liao, SL Sugg*, CEH Scott-Conner*, RJ Weigel*
University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics, Iowa City, IA

Purpose: Partial mastectomy (PM) has become common in the
treatment of breast cancer (BC). We sought to determine factors
that influenced the need for re-excision and the effects on disease
recurrence.

Methods: In an IRB approved retrospective study of all BC patients
treated with PM at a single institution during 2000-2008, logistic
regression was used to determine the significance of variables in
multivariate analysis. The main outcome measures were need for re-
excision, residual disease in the re-excision specimen, conversion to
mastectomy, and recurrence.

Results: 470 patients underwent PM for invasive and noninvasive
BC. 53 were excluded from multivariate analysis for undocumented
tumor size or margin width. 134 (32.6%) patients underwent re-
excision for inadequate margins. 52 (11%) patients ultimately underwent
mastectomy, 9 for late recurrence (>2 years from initial surgery). 12
(2.6%) patients had local recurrence of disease; mean follow up 4.2
years. Local recurrence rates for PM followed by RT was 1.6% (6/369)
as compared to 10.3% (6/58) for PM without RT, p<0.0001. In addition
to inadequate margins (<2mm), factors increasing the likelihood of
re-excision included: wire localization (3.3-fold), <2mm DCIS margins
(4-13-fold), and lobular carcinoma (5-fold). Taking secondary margins
(SM) at initial surgery reduced odds ratio for the need of re-excision by
50% (p=0.027) without a significant difference in volume of breast tissue
removed (p=0.33). Use of SM significantly reduced re-excision rates
if wire localization was used (p=0.0014) or if the specimen contained
DCIS (p=0.016). Invasive disease found in the SM was predictive of
disease being present in the specimen at re-excision. Inadequate margins
without re-excision had 22% overall recurrence rate as compared to
7% in patients with negative margins originally or clear margins after
re-excision.


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   Conclusions: Although one-third of patients initially treated with
   PM required re-excision, 89% avoided the need for mastectomy. Taking
   SM during the initial procedure reduced by half the need for a second
   operative procedure for re-excision. Successfully obtaining clear margins
   during a second procedure reduced the recurrence rate to the same as
   obtaining clear margins during the initial surgery.

   NOTES




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27. A RETROSPECTIVE REVIEW OF THE USE OF INTRAOPERTIVE
CHOLANgIOgRAM IN THE DIAgNOSIS AND TREATMENT OF
CholeDoCholithiASiS

LE Tabone, S Sarker*, PM Fisichella*, M Conlon, E Fernando, S yi, FA
Luchette*
Loyola University Medical Center, Maywood, IL

Purpose: The management of both cholelithiasis and
choledocholithiasis has evolved in the last two decades with the use
of laparoscopic cholecystectomy (LC) and endoscopic retrograde
cholangiopancreatography (ERCP). yet the indications for intraoperative
cholangiogram (IOC) remain controversial. The purpose of this study
was to evaluate the current practice patterns and results for use of IOC
during LC at a tertiary care center.

Methods: We performed a retrospective review of all who underwent
LC from January 1, 2005 to December 31, 2009 at a single tertiary
care center. Data variables included: preoperative laboratory and
radiographic studies, indication for and findings of IOC, operative
management of choledocholithiasis and retained common bile duct
stones.

Results: There were 1334 patients who underwent LC by 23
surgeons. In the study group 268 IOCs (20%) were performed. In
addition to an ultrasound examination, 242 patients had a CT scan, and
129 patients had a nuclear (HIDA) scan. The patients receiving an IOC
had the following indications: 95 patients had a clinical history suggestive
of choledocholithiasis (e.g. jaundice, gallstone pancreatitis), 109 patients
had elevated hepatic enzymes (total bilirubin greater than 1.6 or alkaline
phosphatase greater than 160), and 36 patients had dilated biliary ducts
greater than 6mm on ultrasound or CT.
Out of the 268 IOC performed, 34 patients (12.7%) had a common
bile duct stone. Out of these 34 patients the majority (n = 26, 77%)
had normal preoperative imaging studies without suggestion of
choledocholithiasis. These studies included: ultrasound alone 65%
(N=17), CT scan alone 8% (N=2), both ultrasound and CT scan 23%
(N=6), and HIDA 4% (N=1). Only 6 patients (18%) with common bile
duct stones on IOC underwent successful clearance of the stones at

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   the time of LC. The remaining 28 patients underwent postoperative
   ERCP with extraction of the common bile duct stones in all cases.
   Of the 1066 LCs performed without an IOC, 15 patients (1.4%)
   were diagnosed with a retained common bile duct stone managed by
   postoperative ERCP. These patients underwent post-operative ERCP
   because of abnormal postoperative labs, imaging, or symptoms within 90
   days of their operation.

   Conclusion: This data shows that: 1) the selective use of IOC
   is helpful in diagnosing and potentially clearing common bile duct
   stones; 2) the use of IOC based on pre-operative labs, imaging, and
   clinical history increases the effectiveness of selecting patients with
   choledocholithiasis and; 3) common bile duct stones identified with IOC
   but not removed intraoperatively or on imaging studies postoperatively
   can be successfully managed with ERCP.

   NOTES




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28. SINgLE-INCISION LAPAROSCOPIC COLECTOMy FOR
CANCER: ASSESSMENT OF ONCOLOgIC RESECTION IN A
CASe-MAtCheD CoMPARiSon to StAnDARD lAPARoSCoPiC
TECHNIQUES

HT Papaconstantinou, JS Thomas,(TC Lairmore)
Scott & White Memorial Hospital, Temple, Tx

PURPOSE: Single-incision laparoscopy is an advance in laparoscopic
colectomy technique and has gained significant momentum. Studies
have shown feasibility and safety of single-incision laparoscopic (SIL)
colectomy; however, the adequacy of oncologic resection in SIL
colectomy for adenocarcinoma is not known. The purpose of this study
is to directly compare results of oncologic resection of SIL colectomy
for adenocarcinoma of the colon with established standard laparoscopic
(LAP) techniques.

Methods: We retrospectively reviewed all of our SIL colectomy cases
for adenocarcinoma. Cases were matched for patient age, gender, body
mass index (BMI), ASA score, and operation type to an equivalent
number of LAP cases. All operations were performed by a board
certified colorectal surgeon with extensive laparoscopic colectomy
experience. Operative outcomes measured include operative time
and estimated blood loss (EBL). Results of oncologic resection were
obtained from final pathology reports and included tumor size, number
of lymph nodes (LN), mesenteric pedicle length, and proximal and distal
margin distance. IRB approval was obtained.

Results: Data in Table is expressed as mean ± stdev. Statistical
significance between groups was determined by t-test. There were
twenty-one patients (9 male; 12 female) in both the SIL and LAP
colectomy groups. Within each study group there were15 right, 4 left,
and 2 distal transverse colectomies performed. The mean age, BMI, and
ASA scores were similar between the two study groups (Table). There
was no difference between operative time and EBL between the SIL
and LAP colectomy groups. Furthermore, results of oncologic resection
were equivalent for SIL and LAP colectomy groups (Table) including
tumor size, number of LN retrieved, mesenteric pedicle length, and
proximal and distal margin distance.

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     Conclusions: These data suggest that SIL colectomy for
     adenocarcinoma provides equivalent results for oncologic resection
     compared to standard LAP technique when performed by an
     experienced laparoscopic surgeon. Further studies are required to
     determine long-term oncologic outcomes including recurrence and
     survival rates.

 Table. Results of oncologic resection after single incision laparoscopic (SIL) and standard laparoscopic (LAP) colectomy for
 adenocarcinoma of the colon.

                                                 SIL Colectomy                LAP Colectomy                      p-
                                                         n = 21                        n = 21                   value


  Age                                                 64.0 ± 13.6                   65.8 ± 12.4                   0.66
  BMI                                                  27.9 ± 5.6                    27.4 ± 5.1                   0.79
  ASA Score                                             2.6 ± 0.5                     2.6 ± 0.5                    1.0


  Operation Time (min)                               147.9 ± 45.4                  139.2 ± 49.9                   0.56
  EBL (ml)                                            52.6 ± 30.4                   87.1 ± 74.7                   0.06


  Oncologic Resection
       Tumor Size (cm)                                  4.3 ± 2.0                    3.7 ± 1.7                    0.35
                                                       17.2 ± 6.7                   18.6 ± 12.2
       Lymph Nodes (#)                                                                                            0.66
                                                   (range 10 – 30)                 (range 9 - 69)

       Pedicle Length (cm)                              7.4 ± 1.6                     7.3 ± 1.4                   0.82
       Proximal Margin (cm)                             9.0 ± 4.2                     9.2 ± 5.6                   0.89
       Distal Margin (cm)                              10.0 ± 6.3                     9.2 ± 5.1                   0.62
 BMI, body mass index; ASA, American Society of Anesthesiology; EBL, estimated blood loss; Statistical analysis by t-test with
 statistical significance p < 0.05.



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29. OPTIMIZINg THE MANAgEMENT OF CUTANEOUS
MelAnoMA in the elDeRlY
C Tragos, TJ Hieken*
NorthShore University HealthSystem Skokie Hospital, Skokie, IL and
Rush Medical College and NorthShore University HealthSystem

PURPOSE: Over the past 25 years, the incidence of melanoma in
patients >= 65 years has increased threefold. Comorbidities associated
with aging may limit tolerance to recommended treatment options
such as aggressive surgery and systemic immunotherapy. Differences
in melanoma biology, host factors such as immunosenescence, and
accessibility to and delivery of appropriate healthcare may contribute to
the adverse prognostic effect of age on outcome. Thus we undertook
this study to identify factors associated with outcome among elderly
melanoma patients in our community surgical oncology practice.

METHODS: From our Melanoma Registry we identified 244
consecutive cutaneous melanoma patients aged >= 65 years (median
75, range 65-97 years) at diagnosis of their first primary melanoma.
Patient and tumor data were verified by record and report review.
Mean (median) follow up for surviving patients was 73±3.7 (68) months.
An SAS software package was used for statistical analysis.

RESULTS: 132 patients (54%) were male and 90% Caucasian.
Melanoma site was extremity in 43%, trunk in 32% and head/neck in
23%. The most common histologic type was superficial spreading (43%),
mean tumor thickness was 1.4±0.1 mm, 16% were ulcerated and the
mean mitotic index was 2.88±0.47. T stage distribution included 36%
T1, 14% T2, 14% T3 and 9% T4 tumors. 6% of patients had lymph node
(LN) metastases. Site varied with sex with females more likely to have
an extremity primary (55%) and males a truncal primary (40%), p=0.002.
LN metastases were more prevalent in male (11%) than female (3%)
patients, p=0.007. There were no significant sex differences in tumor
level, thickness, ulceration, mitotic rate and T stage. Undertreatment of
the primary tumor occurred in 22.3% of patients and inadequate lymph
node staging/treatment in 16.2%. During follow up, 23% of patients
recurred, 21% died of unrelated causes and 12% died of melanoma.
Recurrence was ~two-fold greater in male (27%) than female (14%)
patients, p=0.01. Site of first recurrence differed by sex: local only in 6%

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   of females and males, regional±local in 2% of females and 11% of males,
   distant±other sites in 6% of females and 10% of males, p=0.04. The mean
   (median) time to recurrence was 33.8 ± 5.3 (16) months. Disease-
   free (DFS) and overall (OS) survival were worse for male than female
   patients, with 5 year (10 year) DFS 84.38% (71.9%) vs 68.3% (63.7%),
   p=0.005, and 5 year (10 year) OS 91.9% (91.9%) vs 85.8% (77.7%),
   p=0.07.

   CONCLUSIONS: The majority of elderly melanoma patients in
   our series survived > 5 years after diagnosis. Most patients received
   appropriate treatment, but room for improvement exists. Male sex
   was an adverse prognostic factor. Further investigation of the female
   superiority in survival and strategies to improve early detection
   and optimize treatment of cutaneous melanoma in the elderly are
   warranted. Chronologic age alone should not preclude optimal
   treatment of this potentially curable disease.

   NOTES




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30. ASSESSMENT OF PLATELET TRANSFUSION FOR REVERSAL OF
PLATELET INHIBITORS FOLLOWINg TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURy

JT Bautz, JL Sperry, AM Bachelani, AC Corcos, TR Billiar*, AB Peitzman*,
gt Marshall
University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, Pittsburgh, PA

Introduction: Platelet transfusion has become increasingly utilized
for the management of traumatic brain injury (TBI) with suspected
or documented anti-platelet medication use. Platelet functional assays
(PFA) have been utilized to assure promotion of platelet inhibition in
cardiac patients. However, the ability of PFA testing to assess adequate
reversal of platelet inhibition following TBI has not been adequately
characterized.

Methods: A retrospective cohort analysis was performed (5/09-
12/09) on blunt injury TBI patients who received platelet transfusion
for documented/presumed aspirin or plavix use and underwent
sequential PFA testing. PFA testing was performed via a whole blood
aspirin response test (aspirin response unit < 550 = platelet inhibition;
VerifyNow®) upon arrival in those with suspected TBI and 1 hour after
platelet transfusion once TBI was radiographically documented.

Results: Of the 49 patients analyzed (avg. age = 74±15, 57% Male) 3
had an initial and repeat normal PFA result, leaving 46 with documented
platelet inhibition. Of these, 45 patients underwent platelet transfusion
(4-20pack, median - 6 pack, IQR [6,10]) with 30 patients (67%)
correcting their initial platelet inhibition on PFA testing. Of the 15 non-
responders, 9 patients received additional platelet transfusions followed
by PFA testing. Of these, 6 patients (67%) reversed with 1 additional
platelet transfusion and 1 patient (11%) with 2 additional platelet
transfusions. 2 patients failed to reverse their platelet inhibition despite
> 3 platelet transfusions. Comparison across initial platelet responders
(n=30) vs. non-responders (n=15) revealed no difference in progression
of CT findings or craniotomy (27% vs. 27%, p=0.99). Initial responders
did receive a greater volume of platelets transfused, suggesting a
dose response relationship. (platelet packs, median 6 IQR[5,10] vs. 8
IQR[6,10], p =0.04)


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   Conclusions: Platelet transfusion reverses aspirin and plavix
   induced platelet inhibition as measured by PFA testing. However, this
   analysis suggests that multiple platelet transfusions are required in a
   significant proportion of patients. Multiple PFA measurements should
   be considered in initial non-responders to platelet transfusion. Further
   prospective evidence assessing the clinical outcomes attributable to PFA
   directed platelet transfusion following TBI is required.

   NOTES




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31. ADVERSE OUTCOMES OF PREOPERATIVE ENDOSCOPIC
ultRASounD (euS) AnD BioPSY in PAtientS unDeRgoing
DiStAl PAnCReAteCtoMY

Mg House, JD Beane, JM DeWitt, M Al-Haddad, gA Cote, JL LeBlanc, S
Sherman, CM Schmidt*, NJ Zyromski*, A Nakeeb*, TJ Howard*, HA Pitt*,
KD Lillemoe*
Indiana University School of Medicine, Indianapolis, IN

PURPOSE: The role of preoperative tissue diagnosis in the
management of resectable primary pancreatic tumors remains
controversial with ongoing concerns regarding the potential short-
and long-term consequences of EUS-guided transgastric fine needle
aspiration (FNA) for neoplasms of the body and tail. This study analyzes
the potential risks associated with EUS-FNA in patients undergoing
distal pancreatectomy (DP).

METHODS: 434 consecutive patients who underwent DP between
2002 and 2009 were identified. After excluding patients who underwent
DP for acute or chronic pancreatitis and those with prior pancreatic
resections, 230 patients were eligible for analysis. The most common
indications for DP were adenocarcinoma (28%), IPMN (20%), and
endocrine tumors (17%). Two-way statistical comparisons were
performed between patients who did (+EUS) or did not (-EUS) receive
preoperative EUS-FNA.

RESULTS: One hundred two (44%) of DP were performed
laparoscopically. There were no differences in age, gender, ASA class,
DP approach, or operative time or blood loss between the +EUS (n
= 179) and –EUS (n = 51) groups. Splenectomy was performed in 162
pts (70%) and did not differ according to EUS. With the exception of
adenocarcinoma (n = 57 (32%) +EUS vs. n = 6 (12%) –EUS, p<0.01),
final pathologic diagnosis did not differ significantly between the EUS
groups. EUS-FNA caused clinically significant pancreatitis in one patient.
Operative outcomes with regards to EUS-FNA are listed in the table
below. There were no statistical differences in overall or recurrence-free
survivals between cancer patients in the EUS groups. Patterns of tumor
recurrence were not associated with EUS-FNA.


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    ABstrACts                     (continued)

    CONCLUSION: Preoperative EUS-FNA is not associated with
    adverse peri- and postoperative outcomes in patients undergoing
    elective DP for solid or cystic tumors of the pancreas. The potentially
    detrimental long-term impact of preoperative EUS-FNA in patients with
    resectable pancreatic adenocarcinoma is not apparent but will require
    further study.


                 Partial     Pancreatic      iR      Infectious    overall      30-day
  EUS-FNA
               gastrectomy    fistula*     Drain     Morbidity    Morbidity   Readmission
  No (n=51)      2 (4%)       3 (6%)       3 (6%)     9 (18%)     19 (37%)      6 (12%)
 yes (n=179)     14 (8%)     21 (12%)     23 (13%)   33 (18%)     57 (32%)     30 (17%)

  p - value       0.21         0.10         0.07       0.54         0.52         0.30




    NOTES




88 • CSA 2011
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32. CHANgES IN SERUM PROTEIN LEVELS IN ULCERATIVE
COLITIS PATIENTS FOLLOWINg PROCTOCOLECTOMy

R. Sehgal, JP Hegarty, AA Kelly, DM Pastor, LS Poritz*, Z Lin, K Vrana WA
Koltun*
Penn State Hershey Medical Center, Hershey, PA

INTRODUCTION: Ulcerative colitis(UC) is a chronic inflammatory
condition affecting the colon with no known cause nor medical cure.
Its clinical management is compromised by the lack of a simple non-
invasive sensitive test which can be utilized to assess disease activity or
effectiveness of medication. Proteomics measures the concentrations of
serum antigens, cytokines and other biologically active proteins that may
play a role in disease processes. Discovery of possible serum indicators
of UC is compromised by the inability to prospectively study individuals
before and after onset of this idiopathic disease. This study therefore
took the converse tack, namely to study UC patients before and after
complete surgical removal of their diseased colons.

PURPOSE: To investigate changes in a broad panel of serum proteins
in UC patients before and after total proctocolectomy to possibly
identify biomarkers associated with disease presence.
METHOD: Eleven UC patients(mean age 53 +/- 4.9, 9 males, 2 females)
undergoing total proctocolectomy(10 elective, 1 urgent) were studied.
Preop(within 7 days prior to surgery) and postop(90-360 days after
surgery) serum samples were obtained. The HumanMAP(Rules Based
Medicine) Luminex assay was used to measure levels of 88 protein
antigens including various cytokines, growth factors, interleukins, and
hormones. Changes in serum antigen/protein levels were analyzed using
paired t-test.

RESULTS: Out of 88 antigens investigated, only 2 (Tissue Necrosis
Factor beta, TNF-beta and Tumor Necrosis Factor Receptor 2, TNFRII)
were significantly different between the preop and postop periods.
Changes in lipoprotein-A approached statistical significance. There was
NSD in CRP levels(7.8 +/- 2.6 vs 6.9 +/- 1.9)

CONCLUSIONS: Two functionally related proteins were found to
be significantly altered in UC patients after removal of diseased colons.

                                                             CSA 2011 • 89
   ABstrACts                   (continued)

   TNF-beta is produced predominantly by lymphocytes and leukocytes
   and plays an important role in the innate immunity of the gut by
   activating the NF-kappa B inflammatory pathway. Serum TNFRII acts as
   an antagonist to TNF-beta. Therefore, the identified decrease in TNF-
   beta and increase in TNFRII after proctocolectomy reflects decreased
   activity in this immunological pathway and may represent proteins that
   can be utilized to assess disease activity. Lipoprotein-A is a competitive
   inhibitor of the thrombolytic pathway and thus its relatively elevated
   preoperative level may play a role in the known increased risk of
   thrombosis in UC patients.




   NOTES




90 • CSA 2011
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33. THE NEgATIVE IMPACT OF OBESITy ON SUBCUTANEOUS
ADIPOSE TISSUE MITOCHONDRIAL BIOgENESIS IS IMPROVED
WITHIN DAyS AFTER ROUx-EN y gASTRIC ByPASS

FJ Serrot, B Frohnert, R Foncea, RB Dorman, D Leslie, B Slusarek, DA
Bernlohr, S Ikramuddin*
University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN

PURPOSE: Recent studies have shown a correlation between
mitochondrial biogenesis and insulin resistance. Key genes include:
Peroxisome Proliferator-activated Receptor gamma Coactivator-1
(PgC1a), Nuclear Respiratory Factor 1 (NRF1), Mitochondrial
Transcription Factor A (Tfam) and endothelial Nitric Oxide Synthase
(eNOS). The aim of this study is to show that improvement of adipose
mitochondrial biogenesis, suppressed in obesity, can occur early before
significant weight loss is achieved following Roux-en y gastric Bypass
(RygB).

METHODS: After Institutional Review Board (IRB) approved
consent form was signed, human subcutaneous adipose tissue
samples from obese and lean patients were harvested at the time
of a surgical procedure. Additionally subcutaneous adipose tissue
biopsies were taken during and 10 days after RygB in morbidly obese
patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM) and studied by real
time reverse transcription polymerase chain reaction (RT-PCR) to
assess the expression of PgC1a, NRF1, Tfam and eNOS. Only data
from tissue harvested from patients who discontinued insulin and/or
thiazolidinediones (TZD’s) postoperatively were used to remove the
confounding effect of these medications. Additional anthropometric data
were collected.

RESULTS: Adipose tissue samples were obtained from 9 obese
and 4 lean patients mean preoperative BMI 41kg/m2 and 24 kg/m2,
respectively. Tfam, NRF1 and eNOS expression was significantly reduced
in the obese group. In a group of 6 patients undergoing RygB, all were
under current treatment with either metformin or sulfonylureas and
two patients with insulin. and the mean BMI was 48.2 kg/m2. In the
4 patients no longer treated with insulin and/or TZDs, significant up-
regulation of NRF1 expression was found 8 to 10 days after surgery

                                                           CSA 2011 • 91
   ABstrACts                   (continued)

   (number of cycles decreased from 3.1±0.9 to 2.3±0.5, p=0.03).

   CONCLUSION: To our knowledge this is the first study examining
   acute adipose mitochondrial gene expression changes after bariatric
   surgery. Although only NRF1 seems to be up-regulated, these data
   suggests that changes in adipose mitochondrial biogenesis might be
   an early step in the improvement of insulin resistance after bariatric
   surgery, early before significant weight loss. These results may uncover
   a potential therapeutic target for treatment of T2DM. Further studies
   need to be done.

   NOTES




92 • CSA 2011
ABstrACts                   (continued)

34. IMPACT OF WITHDRAWAL OF CARE ON TRAUMA
MoRtAlitY

gA Franklin, RM Cannon, JW Smith, Bg Harbrecht, JD Richardson*
University of Louisville, Louisville, Ky

Purpose: Traditional trauma teaching emphasizes that injury occurs
primarily in the young and that there is a bimodal distribution of deaths.
Observed to expected (O:E) mortality based on Injury Severity Scores
(ISS) has often been used to assess quality of trauma center (TC)
care. Recently, injuries in the elderly have become a national epidemic;
unfortunately, there are few data available on the impact of these
demographic changes on mortality. Additionally, there is increasing
emphasis in the popular press and medical literature on dying with
dignity and end of life care. We studied possible effects of these trends
by examining 1) the proportion of patients who died whose outcome
could have been impacted by medical care, 2) the effect of withdrawal of
care (WOC) on mortality and 3) the timing of trauma deaths.

Methods: All trauma-related deaths for 2008-09 admitted to a
Level 1 TC were assessed for ISS, preventability of mortality, potential
for survivability, impact of WOC, and timing of deaths. A log of the
circumstances of WOC decisions was prospectively maintained by the
hospital.

Results: We treated 5433 patients with 347 deaths (6.4%). Deaths
occurred more frequently in men (70%) who were older (average 56.3
years) and often had head injuries (70% with average gCS 6.9). While
the average ISS was high (25.5), 19% occurred in minimally injured
patients (ISS <15). One-fifth arrived in or rapidly progressed to full
cardiac arrest with little to no chance of impacting survival. Of the
remaining survivors, 147 (42% of total deaths) had WOC at a mean of
1.5 days based on advanced directives (18%) or family desires. The table
shows the timing of death and number of patients from who aggressive
efforts were stopped by the family. Medical care could not reasonably
have been expected to impact survival in 62% of deaths.

Conclusions: There has been a major shift in the demographics of
the injured with a high proportion of elderly and head injured who have

                                                             CSA 2011 • 93
   ABstrACts                   (continued)

   little likelihood of survival. Evaluation of crude mortality or O:E based
   on ISS significantly overestimates preventable deaths and potential for
   survival. Societal and cultural factors, presence of advanced directives
   limiting treatment, and WOC decisions must be considered when
   assessing TC performance. While our crude mortality was 6.4%, it
   was only 2.4% in patients we were actually permitted to treat. We
   suggest a WOC factor should be added to TC data to more accurately
   characterize mortality rates.


                                 Early                        Late
                               (≤ 48 hrs)                  (> 48 hrs)
   Deaths                       230 (66%)                   117 (34%)
   WoC                           85 (24%)                   62 (18%)



   NOTES




94 • CSA 2011
ABstrACts                   (continued)

35. IMPACT OF PREINJURy WARFARIN AND ANTIPLATELET
AgENTS ON OUTCOMES OF TRAUMA PATIENTS

C Jahraus, L Salem, T Arnold, A Ata, C Rosati, DJ Bonville
Albany Medical College, Albany, Ny

Purpose: Coumadin and antiplatelet agents (CAA) are prevalent
among trauma patients, but their impact on patient outcomes has not
been clearly defined. In this study we examined the impact of pre-injury
CAA on outcomes in trauma patients.

Methods: A 40-month (09/04 to 12/07) retrospective review of the
data in the trauma registry at our institution was performed. Patients on
these anticoagulants were compared to those not on those medications.
The main outcomes of interest were death, intracranial hemorrhage
(ICH), length of stay (LOS) and disposition on discharge. A separate
analysis was done for patients with ICH that included the need for
craniotomy. Chi-square and T-test were used appropriately. Poisson
regression was used to estimate the relative risk of dying and prolonged
LOS.

Results: 3488 trauma patients were identified and 456 were
on anticoagulants (coumadin–91, aspirin–223, plavix–43, various
combinations–99). Patients on coumadin were 3.1 times more likely to
die (RR-3.1; 95% CI: 1.6-6.6), after adjusting for potential confounders
(e.g. age, ICH). Aspirin and plavix were not associated with increased
mortality. Anticoagulants were associated with increased risk of ICH
(50% vs 30%, RR-1.6, 95% CI: 1.4-1.9). CAA did not affect LOS or
disposition. In patients with ICH, only coumadin increased mortality
(29% vs 6%, RR-3.1, 95% CI: 1.3-7.2), and need for craniotomy (15% vs
7%, RR-2.2, 95% CI: 1.1-4.2).

Conclusion: Preinjury coumadin treatment was found to be a
significant risk factor for mortality. Coumadin and anti-platelet agents
increased risk of ICH, but only coumadin increased the need of
craniotomy. Antiplatelet agents did not affect mortality or LOS




                                                             CSA 2011 • 95
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   NOTES




96 • CSA 2011
ABstrACts                   (continued)

36. PRIMARy HyPERPARATHyROIDISM WITH A HISTORy OF
HEAD AND NECK IRRADIATION: THE CONSEQUENCES OF
ASSoCiAteD thYRoiD tuMoRS

SD Wilson*, EA Krzywda, KM Doffek, TS Wang*, DB Evans*, TW yen*
Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI

PURPOSE: The risk of radiation-associated thyroid carcinoma
became apparent in the 1970’s and in subsequent decades the risk
of developing hyperparathyroidism (HPT) was documented. There is
scant information on thyroid tumors detected before, concurrent, or
subsequent to operations for pHPT in patients with a history of head
and neck irradiation. The objective of this study was to investigate the
thyroid pathology of patients with a history of head and neck irradiation
presenting for surgery for primary HPT.

METHODS: Our medical center’s prospective database of 1,020
HPT patients who underwent operations for hyperparathyroidism from
2000 through June 2010 was analyzed. HPT patients with Multiple
Endocrine Neoplasia (MEN), familial HPT, secondary and tertiary
HPT were excluded. 916 consecutive primary, sporadic HPT patients
were identified. Clinical information regarding history of head and
neck irradiation, all thyroid operations and thyroid pathology, was
assessed. Neck ultrasound imaging was performed in 845 patients
for preoperative parathyroid localization. Primary HPT patients with a
history of radiation were compared to those with no radiation history.

RESULTS: Of the 916 patients, 49 (5%) had a history of radiation.
Patients with a history of radiation were more likely to have nodular
thyroid disease (86% vs. 52%), undergone a prior thyroidectomy
(29% vs. 4%), or had concurrent thyroid resection at the time of
parathyroidectomy (49% vs. 26%). Of the 49 patients with a history of
radiation, 38 underwent thyroid resection (14 prior and 24 concurrent)
and 9 (24%) had thyroid cancer. Of the 867 patients with no history
of radiation, only 259 underwent thyroid resection (32 prior and 227
concurrent) and 32 (12%) had thyroid cancer. Patients who underwent
prior thyroidectomy had larger cancers (median tumor size: 18 mm
in non-radiated; 20 mm in irradiated group) compared to those
undergoing concurrent thyroidectomy (median tumor size: 6 mm in

                                                           CSA 2011 • 97
   ABstrACts                  (continued)

   non-radiated; 2 mm in irradiated group). These cancers were frequently
   separate from the benign dominant thyroid nodule which prompted
   concurrent thyroidectomy.

   CONCLUSIONS: Patients presenting with primary HPT and a
   history of head and neck irradiation had:
   a.    A marked increase in nodular thyroid disease, resulting in nearly
   ½ of patients undergoing concurrent thyroid resection at the time of
   parathyroidectomy.
   b. An increased risk of thyroid carcinoma – nearly 1 in 4 HPT
   patients with a history of neck radiation had thyroid carcinoma
   documented either at a prior thyroidectomy or at the time of
   parathyroidectomy. However, these cancers were small, low risk
   tumors.
   Neck ultrasound imaging should be done prior to parathyroidectomy to
   better detect associated thyroid pathology and to plan the extent of any
   thyroid resection.


   NOTES




98 • CSA 2011
“Best PAPer By A
new MeMBer” AwArD
2002
Patient Outcomes for Colon Resection According
to Surgeon’s Training, Certification and Experience
Jay B. Prytowski, et al.
Northwestern University Medical School and University of
Illinois College of Medicine, Chicago, Illinois


2003
The Relationship of Surgeon and Hospital Volume
to Outcome Following Gastric Bypass Surgery in
Pennsylvania: A Three-Year Summary
Anita Courcoulas, et al.
University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania


2004
Diffusion and Implementation of New Technology
in Vascular Surgery: The Case of Aorto-Iliac
Occlusive Disease
gilbert Upchurch, et al.
University of Michigan Medical Center, Ann Arbor, Michigan


2005
Intraoperative Parathyroid Hormone Testing
Improves Cure Rates in Patients Undergoing
Minimally Invasive Parathyroidectomy
Herbert Chen, et al.
University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin




                                                CSA 2011 • 99
   “Best PAPer By A
   new MeMBer” AwArD                    (continued)

   2006
   Acute Limb Ischemia Associated with Aortic
   Dissection, Clinical Relevance and Current Therapy
   Peter Henke, et al.
   University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan


   2007
   Total Pancreatectomy (R0 Resection) Improves
   Survival Over Sub-Total Pancreatectomy
   in Isolated Neck Margin Positive Pancreatic
   Adenocarcinoma
   C. Max Schmidt, et al.
   Indiana University, Indianapolis, Indiana


   2008
   Reoperative Thyroidectomy: Improved Imaging
   and Intraoperative Parathyroid Monitoring Results
   in a Successful Focused Approach
   Tina yen, et al.
   Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, Wisconsin


   2009
   Does DCIS Accompanying Invasive Carcinoma
   Affect Prognosis?
   Anees Chagpar, et al.
   University of Louisville, Louisville, Kentucky




100 • CSA 2011
“Best PAPer By A
new MeMBer” AwArD                (continued)

2010
Impact of Standardized Trauma Documentation to
the Hospital’s Bottom Line
Stephen Barnes, et al.
University of Missouri, Columbia, Missouri




                                     CSA 2011 • 101
   in MeMOriAM




                  Brown Dobyns

                  Norris Lenahan

                    Don Miller

                 Mark D. Pescovitz

                  Roque Pifarre

                  Edward Scanlon

                   Charles Yale




102 • CSA 2011
new MeMBers
Elected to Membership at the
Annual Meeting in March 2010
Marshall Baker                 Loretto Glynn
University of Chicago/         Loyola University
Northshore University Health   2160 South First Avenue
System                         Maywood, IL 60153
2650 Ridge Avenue
evanston, il 66201             Constantine Godellas
                               Loyola University Medical
Juan Caicedo                   Center
Northwestern University        LUMC, Division of Surgical
Feinberg School of Medicine    Oncology
675 N. Saint Clair Street      2160 S. First Ave
galter 17-200                  Bldg 110, Room 3238
Chicago, il 60611              Maywood, IL 60153

Eugene Choi                    Keith Hinshaw
University of Chicago          75 Barclay Circle
5841 South Maryland Avenue     Suite 200
MC 5094                        Rochester hills, Mi 48307
Chicago, il 60637
                               John Lew
Daniel Deziel                  University of Miami Leonard
Rush University Medical        M. Miller School of Medicine
Center                         1475 NW 12th Ave.
1725 W. Harrison, Suite 810    Room 3524 (M-875)
Chicago, il 60612              Miami, FL 33136

Liane Feldman                  David Lindsey
Mcgill University              The Ohio State University
1650 Cedar Avenue              395 W 12 th Avenue
l9-412                         Room 634
Montreal, QC H3g 1A4           Columbus, OH 43210

                                                CSA 2011 • 103
   new MeMBers                    (continued)

   Kirk Ludwig                     Amy Stanfill
   Medical College of Wisconsin    Childrens Hospital of Illinois,
   Department of Surgery           University of Illinois College
   9200 W. Wisconsin Avenue         of Medicine at Peoria
   Milwaukee, WI 53226             420 NE glen Oak Ave.
                                   Suite 201
   Joshua Mammen                   Peoria, il 61603
   University of Kansas
   3901 Rainbow Blvd               Hieu Ton-That
   4000 Murphy Bldg., MS 2005      Rhode Island Hospital
   Kansas City, KS 66160           Loyola University
                                   Dept of Surgery
   Michael Marvin                  2160 S 1st Ave
   University of Louisville        Maywood, IL 60153
   Jewish Hospital
   transplant Center
   200 Abraham Flexner Way
   Louisville, Ky 40202

   Sam Pappas
   Medical College of Wisconsin
   9200 W. Wisconsin Ave.
   Milwaukee, WI 53226

   Charu Paranjape
   400 Wabash Avenue
   ACC Building
   Akron, OH 44307




104 • CSA 2011
2011 MeMBershiP
Abcarian, Herand                     Ackerman, Norman
      Karen                                Anne
University of Illinois at Chicago    201 E. 66th Street
840 South Wood Street                New york, Ny 10021-6451
MC 958                               Phone: 212-230-6615
Chicago, il 60612                    Status: Senior (A)
Phone: 312-996-2061
Email: abcarian@uic.edu              Acton, Robert
Status: Senior (A)                         Melissa
                                     University of Minnesota
Abecassis, Michael                   420 Delaware Street S.E.
      Deborah                        MMC 195
Northwestern Memorial Hospital       Minneapolis, MN 55455
676 N. St. Clair Street              Phone: 612-626-4214
Suite 1900                           Email: acton002@umn.edu
Chicago, il 60611                    Status: Active
Phone: 312-695-0254
Email: mabecass@nmh.org              Adams, James
Status: Senior (A)                         Jacqueline
                                     University of Rochester
Abrams, Jerome                       601 Elmwood Avenue
      gayle Breutzman                Rochester, nY 14642
VA Medical Center                    Phone: 585-275-2726
1 Veterans Drive                     Email: james_adams@urmc.
Dept. of Surgery                     rochester.edu
Minneapolis, MN 55417                Status: Senior (A)
Phone: 612-467-2065
Status: Senior                       Adebonojo, Samuel
                                           Maureen
Aburahma, Ali                        Department of Veterans Affairs
      Marion                         Med Ctr
Robert C. Byrd Health Sciences       2946 Kings gate Boulevard
Center of West Virginia University   Beavercreek, OH 45431-3900
3110 MacCorkle Avenue S.E.           Phone: 937-320-1890
Charleston, WV 25304                 Email: tolaadebonojo@aol.com
Phone: 304-388-4887                  Status: Senior
Email: ali.aburahma@camc.org
Status: Senior


                                                       CSA 2011 • 105
   2011 MeMBershiP                    (continued)

   Adler, Richard                Ahrenholz, David
         Ree                           Jeanne
   Phone: 201-444-3041           Regions hospital
   Status: Senior                640 Jackson Street
                                 St. Paul, MN 55101
   Aeder, Mark                   Phone: 651-254-3015
         Nancy                   Email: dhahrenholz@yahoo.com
   University Hospitals - Case   Status: Senior
   Medical Center
   11100 Euclid Avenue           Akhter, Shahab
   Cleveland, OH 44106                 Pamela
   Phone: 216-844-0306           University of Chicago Medical
   Email: mark.aeder@uhhs.com    Center
   Status: Senior                5841 S. Maryland Avenue
                                 MC 5040 Suite E500
   Ahmad, Syed                   Chicago, il 60637
         Shagufa                 Phone: 773-702-2500
   University of Cincinnati      Email: sakhter@surgery.bsd.
   234 goodman Street            uchicago.edu
   Ml 0772                       Status: Active
   Cincinnati, OH 45219
   Phone: 513-584-8900           Alexander, J. Jeffrey
   Email: syed.ahmad@uc.edu            Joan
   Status: Active                MetroHealth Medical Center
                                 2500 MetroHealth Drive, #H328
   Ahmed, Naveed                 Cleveland, OH 44109
         Maria                   Phone: 216-778-4811
   Huron Hospital                Email: jalexander@metrohealth.
   13951 Terrace Road            org
   East Cleveland, OH 44112      Status: Senior
   Phone: 216-761-4223
   Email: nahmed@cchseast.org    Alexander, J. Wesley
   Status: Active                      Maureen
                                 University of Cincinnati
                                 222 Piedmont
                                 Cincinnati, OH 45219
                                 Email: jwesley.alexander@uc.edu
                                 Status: Senior (A)


106 • CSA 2011
2011 MeMBershiP                       (continued)

Alfrey, Edward                   An, Gary
Southern Illinois University           Melanie
School of Medicine               Northwestern University -
701 N. 1st Street, D346          Feinberg School of Medicine
Po Box 19638                     676 N. St. Clair, #650
Springfield, IL 62794            galter 10-105
Phone: 217-545-8444              Chicago, il 60611
Email: ealfrey@siumed.edu        Phone: 312-695-4838
Status: Senior (A)               Email: docgca@aol.com
                                 Status: Senior
Almond, Carl
University Specialty Clinics     Anderson, Charles
2 Medical Parks Road, #402       Washington University School of
Columbia, SC 29203               Medicine
Phone: 803-254-4158              One Barnes Hospital Plaza
Status: Senior                   Suite 5103 Queeny Tower
                                 Saint Louis, MO 63110
Al-Refaie, Waddah                Phone: 314-362-7406
University of Minnesota/VAMC     Status: Senior (A)
Department of Surgery
420 Delaware Street S.E.         Anderson, III, Harry
MMC 195                          St. Joseph Mercy Hospital
Minneapolis, MN 55455            Trauma and Critical Care
Phone: 612-625-2991              5301 E. Huron River Drive, Ste
Email: alref003@umn.edu          2482
Status: Active                   PO Box 995
                                 Ann Arbor, MI 48106-0095
Amoury, Raymond                  Phone: 734-712-2808
      Mary                       Email: harry.anderson@prodigy.
Children’s Mercy Hospitals and   net
Clinics                          Status: Senior
2401 gilham Road
Kansas City, MO 64108-4698       Anderson, Raymond
Phone: 816-234-3575                    Joyce
Status: Senior                   710 troon Drive
                                 Valparaiso, IN 46383-8930
                                 Status: Senior



                                                    CSA 2011 • 107
   2011 MeMBershiP                           (continued)

   Anderson, Richard                    Angelos, Peter
         Janice                               grace
   University of Illinois, College of   University of Chicago
   Medicine                             5841 S. Maryland Avenue, MC
   1001 Main Street, Suite 300          4052
   Peoria, il 61606                     Chicago, il 60637
   Phone: 309-495-0220                  Phone: 773-702-4429
   Email: randerson@peoriasurgical.     pangelos@surgery.bsd.uchicago.
   com                                  edu
   Status: Active                       Status: Senior (A)

   Andrews, Neil                        Ankeney, Jay L.
         Carla                                Julie
   University of California, Davis      Case Western Reserve University
   44421 Clubhouse Drive                17030 Catsden Road
   El Macero, CA 95618-1020             Chagrin Falls, OH 44023
   Phone: 530-756-0209                  Phone: 440-543-1213
   Email: ncandrews@ucdavis.edu         Status: Senior (A)
   Status: Senior
                                        Aprahamian, Charles
   Andrus, Carl                               Patricia
         noelle                         3400 Burlawn Parkway
   Strong Memorial hospital             Brookfield, WI 53005
   601 Elmwood Avenue                   Phone: 262-781-2205
   Rochester, nY 14642                  Email: caprahamian@wi.rr.com
   Phone: 585-275-1611                  Status: Senior (A)
   Email: carl_andrus@urmc.
   rochester.edu                        Aranha, Gerard
   Status: Senior                             Rose
                                        Loyola University Medical Center
                                        Department of Surgery
                                        2160 S. First Avenue
                                        eMS 110-3236
                                        Maywood, IL 60153
                                        Phone: 708-327-2391
                                        Email: garanha@lumc.edu
                                        Status: Senior (A)



108 • CSA 2011
2011 MeMBershiP                       (continued)

Arbulu, Agustin                  Aucar, John
      Nancy                            Julie
Harper University Hospital       Carle Foundation Hospital
Phone: 313- 831-9111             602 W. University Avenue
Status: Senior                   urbana, il 61801
                                 Phone: 217-383-3240
Arenas, Juan                     Email: john.aucar@carle.com
      Jamie                      Status: Senior
UT Southwestern Medical Center
5939 Harry Hines Boulevard       Aust, John
Dallas, Tx 75390                 State University of New york -
Phone: 214-645-7729              Upstate Medical University
Email: juan.arenas@              Phone: 315-464-5829
utsouthwestern.edu               Status: Senior
Status: Active
                                 Averbook, Bruce
Arneson, Jr., Wallace                  lorene
      ellen                      MetroHealth Medical Center
Associates in general and        2500 MetroHealth Drive
Vascular Surgery                 Cleveland, OH 44109
Po Box 994                       Phone: 216-778-4795
Ann Arbor, Mi 48106              Email: baverbook@metrohealth.
Phone: 734-712-8150              org
Email: warneson@aol.com          Status: Senior
Status: Senior
                                 Ayvazian, Vatche
Arnold, Mark                            Maria
      ginny Bumgardner, MD       St. John’s Mercy Medical Center
The Ohio State University        1150 Highland Pointe Drive
410 West 10th Avenue             St. Louis, MO 63131
n737 Doan hall                   Phone: 314-997-7714
Columbus, OH 43201               Status: Senior
Phone: 614-293-8133
Email: mark.arnold@osumc.edu
Status: Senior




                                                    CSA 2011 • 109
   2011 MeMBershiP                         (continued)

   Azizkhan, Richard                  Baker, Robert
         geralyn Brindisi Azizkhan          Juanita
   Cincinnati Children’s Hospital     University of Chicago Medical
   Medical Center                     School
   3333 Burnet Avenue, MLC 3018       1516 N. State Parkway, #15A
   Cincinnati, OH 45229               MC5031
   Phone: 513-636-4576                Chicago, il 60610
   Email: richard.azizkhan@cchmc.     Phone: 312-255-1334
   org                                Email: rjubaker@yahoo.com
   Status: Senior (A)                 Status: Senior (A)

   Bailey, J. Kevin                   Baker, Talia
         Denise                             Marshall
   University of Cincinnati           Northwestern University Medical
   231 Albert B. Sabin Way            School
   PO Box 670558                      675 N St Clair Street
   Cincinnati, OH 45267-0558          Suite 17-200
   Phone: 513-558-4361                Chicago, il 60611
   Email: kevin.bailey@uc.edu         Phone: 312-695-6132
   Status: Active                     Email: tabaker@nmh.org
                                      Status: Active
   Baker, Marshall
   University of Chicago/Northshore   Baker, William
   University Health System                 Ann
   2650 Ridge Avenue                  Retired
   evanston, il 60201                 721 Ontario, #211
   Phone: 847-570-1700                Oak Park, IL 60302
   Email: mbaker3@northshore.org      Phone: 708-327-2685
   Status: Active (C)                 Email: wbaker03@sbcglobal.net
                                      Status: Senior (A)

                                      Ballinger, Walter
                                            Mary
                                      1203 log Cabin lane
                                      St. Louis, MO 63124
                                      Phone: 314-994-3172
                                      Email: dryopt@aol.com
                                      Status: Senior (A)


110 • CSA 2011
2011 MeMBershiP                        (continued)

Bandyk, Dennis                    Barker, Walter
      Pamela                            Betty
USF Health South Tampa Center     University of Illinois at Chicago
- uMSA                            2912 N Commonwealth Avenue,
2 tampa general Circle            #11C
Suite 7001                        Chicago, IL 60657-6235
Tampa, FL 33606                   Phone: 773-525-0551
Phone: 813-259-0956               Status: Senior
Email: dbandyk@hsc.usf.edu
Status: Senior (A)                Barksdale, Jr., Edward
                                        Michele
Bankey, Paul                      University Hospitals - Case
      Kathleen Hatfield Bankey    Medical Center/Rainbow Babies &
University of Rochester Medical   Children’s Hospital
Center                            11100 Euclid Avenue
601 Elmwood Avenue                RBC 6015
Box Surgery                       Cleveland, OH 44106-1716
Rochester, nY 14642               Phone: 216-844-8623
Phone: 585-275-3376               Email: edward.barksdale@
Email: paul_bankey@urmc.          uhhospitals.org
rochester.edu                     Status: Senior (A)
Status: Senior
                                  Barnes, Stephen
Barke, Roderick                         Mary
      Linda                       University of Missouri - Columbia
Minneapolis VA Medical Center     one hospital Drive
Department of Surgery (112)       DC024.00
Minneapolis VAMC                  Columbia, MO 65212
1 Veterans Drive                  Phone: 573-884-8214
Minneapolis, MN 55417             Email: barnesstre@health.
Phone: 612-725-2065               missouri.edu
Email: rabarke@earthlink.net      Status: Active
Status: Senior




                                                     CSA 2011 • 111
   2011 MeMBershiP                       (continued)

   Barney, Linda                    Bartlett, Robert H.
         Janet                            Wanda
   Wright State University          University of Michigan Medical
   Boonshoft School of Medicine     Ctr
   1 Wyoming Street                 200 Zina Pitcher Place
   7000 Che                         7679 Kresge I
   Dayton, OH 45409                 Ann Arbor, MI 48109-0552
   Phone: 937-208-3411              Phone: 734-936-5822
   Email: linda.barney@wright.edu   Email: robbar@umich.edu
   Status: Senior                   Status: Senior (A)

   Barnhorst, Donald                Basu, Amit
         Midge                            Ranita Basu, MD
   Retired                          University of Pittsburgh Medical
   8200 Merganser Drive             Center/Thomas E. Starzl
   Ponte Vedra Beach, FL 32082      Transplant Institute
   Phone: 904-285-9009              3459 Fifth Avenue, 7S-MUH
   Email: barnhorst@aol.com         Pittsburgh, PA 15213-3236
   Status: Senior                   Phone: 412-647-5742
                                    Email: basua@upmc.edu
   Barron, James                    Status: Senior
   670 glades Road
   Suite 300                        Bathe, Oliver
   Boca Raton, FL 33431                   Bettina
   Phone: 407-391-6070              University of Calgary/Tom Baker
   Status: Senior                   Cancer Center
                                    1331 29th Street N.W.
   Bartlett, David                  Calgary, AB T2N 4N2
         Susan                      Phone: 403-521-3179
   uPMC Cancer Pavilion             Email: bathe@ucalgary.ca
   5150 Centre Avenue, Suite 415    Status: Active
   Pittsburgh, PA 15232
   Phone: 412-692-2852              Baue, Arthur
   Email: Bartlettdl@upmc.edu             Rosemary
   Status: Senior (A)               Phone: 631-788-5571
                                    Status: Senior (A)




112 • CSA 2011
2011 MeMBershiP                        (continued)

Baylor, Alfred                    Behrendt, Douglas
      Michelle                          Linda
Wayne State University            University of Iowa Hospitals &
4201 St. Antoine, Suite 4S-13     Clinics
Detroit, MI 48201-2153            Phone: 319-356-2761
Phone: 313-745-1350               Status: Senior (A)
Email: abaylor@med.wayne.edu
Status: Active                    Beilman, Gregory
                                        Desiree Czapansky-Beilman,
Beal, John                        MD
      Mary                        University of Minnesota
Northwestern University           420 Delaware Street S.E.
432 georgetown Circle             MMC 11
Valdosta, gA 31602                Minneapolis, MN 55455
Phone: 229-241-8867               Phone: 612-625-7911
Email: bealjmbeal@bellsouth.net   Email: beilm001@umn.edu
Status: Senior (A)                Status: Senior (A)

Becker, James                     Belin, Robert
      Christine                         Jo
Boston University School of       2144 Island Drive
Medicine                          Lexington, Ky 40502
88 East Newton Street, C500       Phone: 859-269-7776
Boston, MA 02118                  Email: rpbelin@aol.com
Phone: 617-638-8605               Status: Senior
Status: Senior (A)
                                  Bell, Richard
Becker, William                         Mimi
      Patricia                    Email: rhbell128@yahoo.com
VA Fargo Medical Center           Status: Senior (A)
576 Turtle Lake Road
Lake Park, MN 56554               Bell, Thomas E.
Phone: 701-232-3241                     Rita Ann
Email: bill.becker@yahoo.com      306 N. Chestnut
Status: Senior                    harrison, AZ 72601
                                  Email: bellt@ucmail.uc.edu
                                  Status: Senior



                                                     CSA 2011 • 113
   2011 MeMBershiP                          (continued)

   Benedetti, Enrico                   Bergamini, Thomas
         Carla                               tina
   University of Illinois College of   Surgical Care Associates
   Medicine                            4003 Kresge Way
   840 South Wood Street, Suite 402    Suite 1000
   Chicago, il 60612                   Louisville, Ky 40206
   Phone: 312-996-1774                 Phone: 502-897-5139
   Email: enrico@uic.edu               Email: t.bergamini@insightbb.com
   Status: Senior                      Status: Senior

   Benfield, John                      Bergan, John
   UCLA/David geffen School of               elisabeth
   Medicine                            Scripps Memorial hospital
   10833 Le Conte Avenue               9850 genesee Avenue
   64-140 Center for health            Suite 410
   Sciences                            La Jolla, CA 92037-1213
   Los Angeles, CA 90095-7313          Phone: 858-550-0330
   Phone: 310-794-7333                 Email: jbergan@ucsd.edu
   Email: j.benfield@verizon.net       Status: Senior (A)
   Status: Senior (A)
                                       Berggren, Ronald
   Bennett, James                      9787 Windale Farms Circle
         Ellen (Scotty)                galena, oh 43021-9609
   8174 N. Kivett Road                 Status: Senior
   Monrovia, IN 46157-9260             Berkas, Ernest
   Phone: 317-996-3201                       Mary
   Status: Senior (A)                  325 North Military
                                       Dearborn, Mi 48124
   Berber, Eren                        Status: Senior
         Betul
   The Cleveland Clinic                Berkoff, Herbert
   9500 Euclid Avenue                        Vivienne
   Desk F20                            44778 Country Club Drive
   Cleveland, OH 44195                 El Macero, CA 95618-1430
   Phone: 216-445-0555                 Phone: 916-734-3523
   Email: berbere@ccf.org              Status: Senior
   Status: Active



114 • CSA 2011
2011 MeMBershiP                        (continued)

Bernard, Harvey                   Bessey, Palmer
      Patricia                    Weill Cornell Medical College/
22 Willett Street                 N.y. Presbyterian Hospital
Albany, Ny 12210                  525 East 68th Place
Phone: 518-463-5952               New york, Ny 10021
Status: Senior (A)                Phone: 212-746-0242
                                  Email: pqb2001@med.cornell.edu
Bernatz, Philip                   Status: Senior (A)
      Corene
Mayo Clinic                       Beven, Edwin
200 First Street S.W.                   Beverly
Rochester, MN 55905-0001          Email: ebeven@aol.com
Phone: 507-284-2691               Status: Senior
Status: Senior (A)
                                  Billiar, Timothy
Bernhard, Victor                        Edith Tzeng, MD
      Suzan                       University of Pittsburgh/F1281
University of Chicago, Dept. of   Presbyterian University Hospital
Surgery                           200 lothrop Street
1000 Lake Shore Plaza             Pittsburgh, PA 15213
Apt. 41D                          Phone: 412-647-1749
Chicago, il 60611                 Email: billiartr@msx.upmc.edu
Phone: 773-702-6128               Status: Senior (A)
Email: bernhard@surgery.bsd.
uchicago.edu                      Billmire, Deborah
Status: Senior (A)                JW Riley Hospital for Children
                                  702 Barnhill Drive, Suite 2500
Bernhardt, Louis                  Indianapolis, IN 46202
      Sandi                       Phone: 317-274-4682
University of Wisconsin           Email: dbillmir@iupui.edu
5910 Woods Edge Road              Status: Senior
Madison, WI 53711
Phone: 608-273-4010
Email: lcbernhardt@wisc.edu
Status: Senior




                                                     CSA 2011 • 115
   2011 MeMBershiP                        (continued)

   Bines, Steven                     Bloomston, Mark
         Ann Marie                         lisa
   Rush University Medical Center    The Ohio State University
   1725 W. Harrison Street, Suite    410 West 10th Avenue
   810                               n924 Doan hall
   Chicago, il 60612                 Columbus, OH 43210
   Phone: 312-942-6689               Phone: 614-293-4583
   Email: steven_bines@rush.edu      Email: mark.bloomston@osumc.
   Status: Senior                    edu
                                     Status: Active
   Birtch, Alan
         elaine                      Blum, Matthew
   SIU School of Medicine                  Valerie
   2606 West Lake Drive              Northwestern Memorial Hospital
   Springfield, IL 62707             676 N. Saint Clair Street
   Phone: 217-529-5885               Suite 650
   Email: birtch32@aol.com           Chicago, il 60611
   Status: Senior (A)                Phone: 312-695-4630
                                     Email: mblum@nmh.org
   Block, Melvin                     Status: Active
         Marcia
   4575 Excalibur Way                Bodzin, Jason Howard
   San Diego, CA 92122                     Pearlena
   Phone: 619-453-8872               22650 Shevington Drive
   Status: Senior (A)                Southfield, MI 48034-6213
                                     Phone: 248-357-1164
   Blondeau, Benoit                  Email: pearlpal@aol.com
   Central Main Surgery Associates   Status: Senior
   12 High Street, Suite 401
   Lewiston, ME 04240                Boland, James
   Phone: 207-795-2919                     Kathryn
   Email: benoitblondeau@gmail.      Robert C. Byrd Health Sciences
   com                               Center of West Virginia University
   Status: Non-Resident              3110 MacCorkle Avenue S.E.
                                     Charleston, WV 25304-1210
                                     Phone: 304-347-1333
                                     Status: Senior



116 • CSA 2011
2011 MeMBershiP                          (continued)

Boles, Jr., E. Thomas               Brandt, Christopher
2750 Crafton Park                         Beth Sersig
Columbus, OH 43221                  MetroHealth Medical Center
Phone: 614-488-4623                 2500 MetroHealth Drive
Status: Senior (A)                  h914
                                    Cleveland, OH 44109
Bonello, Julius                     Phone: 216-778-4797
      Brenda                        Email: cbrandt@metrohealth.org
Peoria Surgical group, Ltd          Status: Senior
1001 Main Street
Third Floor                         Brandt, Maggie
Peoria, il 60606                           Steve Pierce
Phone: 309-624-9810                 St. Joseph Mercy Hospital
Email: jbonello@peoriasurgical.     5301 Huron River Drive
com                                 PO Box 995
Status: Senior                      Ann Arbor, MI 48106-0095
                                    Phone: 734-712-2808
Bossert, John                       Email: maggie@HDL.com
the Christ hospital                 Status: Active
5 Madison Lane
Cincinnati, OH 45208                Breslin, Tara
Phone: 513-321-1005                       Robert Blackburn
Email: bosstun@fuse.net             University of Michigan
Status: Senior                      1500 E. Medical Center Drive
                                    SPC 5932
Bozorgzadeh, Adel                   Ann Arbor, MI 48109-5932
      Christine Menke               Phone: 734-936-8771
UMass Memorial Medical Center       Email: tarabres@umich.edu
University Campus, 6th Floor, Rm.   Status: Active
S6-416
55 Lake Avenue North                Broadie, Thomas
Worcester, MA 01655                       Vicki
Phone: 508-334-2067                 Indiana University School of
Email: adel.bozorgzadeh@            Medicine
umassmemorial.org                   8160 Sycamore Road
Status: Senior                      Indianapolis, IN 46240
                                    Phone: 317-252-3843
                                    Email: tbroadie@earthlink.net
                                    Status: Senior (A)

                                                       CSA 2011 • 117
   2011 MeMBershiP                        (continued)

   Broderick, Timothy                Brunt, L. Michael
         Kara                              Elizabeth
   University of Cincinnati          Washington University School of
   231 Albert B. Sabin Way, SRU      Medicine
   1465                              660 S. Euclid Avenue
   Mail Location: 0558               Campus Box 8109
   Cincinnati, OH 45267-0558         St. Louis, MO 63110
   Phone: 513-558-8760               Phone: 314-454-7234
   Email: timothy.broderick@uc.edu   Email: Bruntm@wustl.edu
   Status: Active                    Status: Senior

   Broelsch, Christoph               Bryan, Douglas
         Bianka                      8410 Mason Hill Road
   University Hospital of Essen      Woodstock, IL 60098-7977
   Hufelandstr 55                    Phone: 815-690-0591
   Essen, germany 45122              Email: dougbryan937@msn.wm
   Phone: 011-49-211-0416575         Status: Senior
   Email: broelsch@gmr.de
   Status: Senior (A)                Bryant, Lester
                                           Linda
   Brown, Kellie                     131 Magnolia Ridge Drive
   Medical College of Wisconsin      Jonesborough, TN 37659
   9200 W. Wisconsin Avenue          Phone: 423-753-0005
   Vascular Surgery                  Email: bryantlmd@aol.com
   Milwaukee, WI 53226               Status: Senior (A)
   Phone: 414-805-9160
   Email: krbrown@mcw.edu            Buchwald, Henry
   Status: Active                          emilie
                                     University of Minnesota
   Brown, Rea A.                     420 Delaware Street S.E.
         Kathleen                    MMC 290
   1650 Cedar Avenue                 Minneapolis, MN 55455
   Montreal, QC H3g 1A4              Phone: 612-625-8446
   Status: Senior                    Email: buchw001@umn.edu
                                     Status: Senior (A)




118 • CSA 2011
2011 MeMBershiP                       (continued)

Buell, Joseph                    Butler, Karyn
      Crystal glass              80 Seymour Street
Tulane University                Hartford, CT 06102
1415 Tulane Avenue, TW35         Phone: 860-545-5022
New Orleans, LA 70112            Status: Senior
Phone: 504-988-7867
Email: jbuell1@tulane.edu        Butsch, John
Status: Active                         Lucy
                                 SUNy-Buffalo
Bumgardner, Ginny                174 Soldiers Place
      Mark Arnold, MD            Buffalo, Ny 14222
The Ohio State University        Phone: 716-886-1210
Medical Center                   Status: Senior
395 West 12th Avenue
1st Floor; Room 166              Cacchione, Robert
Columbus, OH 43210                     Carol
Phone: 614-293-6177              University of Louisville
Email: ginny.bumgardner@osumc.   550 South Jackson Street
edu                              Louisville, Ky 40202
Status: Senior                   Phone: 502-852-5675
                                 Email: rncacc01@gwise.louisville.
Burney, Richard                  edu
      Mary                       Status: Active
University of Michigan
1500 E. Medical Center Drive     Caicedo, Juan
Taubman Center, 2124D            Northwestern University
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-5343         Feinberg School of Medicine
Phone: 734-936-6025              675 N. Saint Clair Street
Email: rburney@umich.edu         galter 17-200
Status: Senior                   Chicago, il 60611
                                 Phone: 312-695-1405
Burns, Gerard                    Email: jcaicedo@nmh.org
      Mary                       Status: Active (C)
Status: Senior




                                                    CSA 2011 • 119
   2011 MeMBershiP                         (continued)

   Campbell, Darrell                  Caprini, Joseph
         Barbara                            Stella
   University of Michigan Health      Evanston Northwestern
   System                             healthcare
   C201 Med Inn                       2100 Pfingsten Road
   1500 E. Medical Center Drive       glenview, IL 60025
   Ann Arbor, MI 48109-5825           Phone: 847-663-8050
   Phone: 734-936-5814                Email: jcaprini2@aol.com
   Email: darrellc@umich.edu          Status: Senior
   Status: Senior (A)
                                      Carey, Larry
   Canal, David                       James A. Haley Veterans’ Hospital
         Terry                        13000 Bruce B. Downs Boulevard
   Indiana University                 Medical Education
   545 Barnhill Drive                 Tampa, FL 33612
   emerson hall 202                   Phone: 813-972-7682
   Indianapolis, IN 46202-5112        Email: larry.carey@va.gov
   Phone: 317-274-0949                Status: Senior (A)
   Email: dcanal@iupui.edu
   Status: Senior                     Carlson, Mark
                                            Sarah
   Caniano, Donna                     VA Medical Center
   Ohio State University College of   4101 Woolworth Avenue
   Medicine/Children’s Hospital       Department of Surgery (112)
   700 Children’s Drive               Omaha, NE 68105
   Columbus, OH 43205                 Phone: 402-955-5371
   Phone: 614-722-3912                Email: macarlso@unmc.edu
   Email: canianod@chi.osu.edu        Status: Active
   Status: Senior (A)
                                      Caropreso, Philip
   Canver, Charles                          Jeanne
         Renee                        University of Iowa Hospitals &
   Near East University Hospital      Clinics
   Mersin 10, KKTC                    1813 grand Avenue
   Lefkosa, Cyprus 922022             Keokuk, IA 52632
   Phone: 966-1-442-4936              Phone: 217-357-2173
   Email: canverc@gmail.com           Email: pjcabdds@mchsi.com
   Status: Senior                     Status: Senior


120 • CSA 2011
2011 MeMBershiP                        (continued)

Carson, III, William              Caty, Michael
The Ohio State University               Diana
410 West 10th Avenue              Women and Children’s Hospital
n924 Doan hall                    of Buffalo
Columbus, OH 43210                219 Bryant Street
Phone: 614-293-6306               Buffalo, Ny 14222
Email: william.carson@osumc.edu   Phone: 716-878-7802
Status: Senior                    Email: caty@acsu.buffalo.edu
                                  Status: Senior
Carty, Sally
      Barry Schaitkin             Caushaj, Philip
University of Pittsburgh          Montefiore/Albert Einstein
3471 Fifth Avenue                 College of Medicine
Kaufmann Bldg., Suite 101         Montefiore Medical Park
Pittsburgh, PA 15213              1575 Blondell Avenue
Phone: 412-647-0467               Suite 125, 2nd Floor
Email: cartyse@upmc.edu           Bronx, nY 10461
Status: Senior                    Phone: 718-405-8240
                                  Email: pfcaushaj@montefiore.org
Caruana, Joseph                   Status: Senior
      Christine
Sisters of Charity Hospital and   Cerilli, G. James
State University of New york at         Barbara
Buffalo                           12 Brams Point Road
Synergy Bariatrics                Hilton Head Island, SC 29926
30 North Union Road, Suite 104    Phone: 803-689-2338
Williamsville, nY 14221           Email: cerilli0207@hargray.com
Phone: 716-565-3990               Status: Senior (A)
Email: jcaruanamd@
synergybariatrics.com             Chae, Frank
Status: Senior                          teran Williams
                                  SurgONE, PC
                                  10099 Ridgegate Pkwy
                                  Suite 390
                                  Conifer Building
                                  lone tree, Co 80124
                                  Phone: 303-662-1191
                                  Email: fchae@comcast.net
                                  Status: Active

                                                     CSA 2011 • 121
   2011 MeMBershiP                        (continued)

   Chagpar, Anees                   Chaudhuri, Prabir
   yale University                        Bina
   20 york Street                   Univeristy of Toledo Medical
   North Pavilion, First Floor      Center
   New Haven, CT 06510              3000 Arlington Avenue
   Phone: 203-200-1518              MS 1095
   Email: anees.chagpar@yale.edu    Toledo, OH 43614-5807
   Status: Active                   Phone: 419-383-3565
                                    Email: PKC3600@aol.com
   Chang, Alfred                    Status: Senior
         lana
   University of Michigan Medical   Cheadle, William
   Center                                 Mary
   1500 E. Medical Center Drive     University of Louisville
   3303 Cancer Center               550 South Jackson Street
   Ann Arbor, MI 48109-5932         Dept of Surgery
   Phone: 734-936-4392              Louisville, Ky 40202
   Email: aechang@umich.edu         Phone: 502-852-1895
   Status: Senior (A)               Email: wg.cheadle@louisville.edu
                                    Status: Senior (A)
   Chapman, Scott
         Jennifer Chapman, MD       Chedrawy, Edgar
   Franciscan Skemp Healthcare,     University of Illinois at Chicago
   Mayo Health System               840 South Wood Street
   800 West Avenue South            Suite 417 CSB
   LaCrosse, WI 54601               Chicago, il 60607
   Phone: 608-392-9883              Phone: 312-996-4942
   Email: chapman.scott@mayo.edu    Email: echedraw@uic.edu
   Status: Active                   Status: Active

                                    Chen, Herbert
                                          harriet
                                    University of Wisconsin Hospital
                                    600 Highland Avenue
                                    H4/722 CSC
                                    Madison, WI 53792
                                    Phone: 608-263-1387
                                    Email: chen@surgery.wisc.edu
                                    Status: Senior (A)

122 • CSA 2011
2011 MeMBershiP                    (continued)

Cherr, Gregory                Cikrit, Dolores
      Claire Schen, PhD             Joe Schmit
SUNy-Buffalo                  Indiana University Medical School
Dept of Surgery               1801 N. Senate Blvd. MPC2
100 high Street               Indianapolis, IN 46202
Buffalo, Ny 14203             Phone: 317-962-2193
Phone: 716-859-2810           Email: dcikrit@iupui.edu
Email: gcherr@buffalo.edu     Status: Senior
Status: Active
                              Cimmino, Vincent
Chiu, Ray Chu-Jeng                  ellen
      Jane                    University of Michigan
Mcgill University             Comprehensive Cancer Center
1650 Cedar Avenue             1500 E. Medical Center Drive
C9-169                        Suite 3214
Montreal, QC H3g 1A4          Ann Arbor, Mi 48109-0932
Phone: 514-934-1934           Phone: 734-936-5827
Email: ray.chiu@mcgill.ca     Email: vmc@umich.edu
Status: Senior (A)            Status: Senior

                              Clare, Susan
Choi, Eugene                        Walter Larkin
University of Chicago         Indiana University School of
5841 South Maryland Avenue    Medicine
MC 5094                       980 W. Walnut Street
Chicago, il 60637             R3-C252
Status: Active (C)            Indianapolis, IN 46202
                              Phone: 317-278-3907
Chung, Raphael                Email: sclare@iupui.edu
      Marion                  Status: Senior
Huron Hospital
13951 Terrace Road
East Cleveland, OH 44112
Phone: 216-761-4223
Email: rskchung@hotmail.com
Status: Senior (A)




                                                 CSA 2011 • 123
   2011 MeMBershiP                         (continued)

   Claridge, Jeffrey                  Codd, John
         Becky                        126 Southarm Drive
   MetroHealth Medical Center         St Louis, MO 63122-4658
   2500 MetroHealth Drive             Status: Senior
   h942
   Cleveland, OH 44109                Cogbill, Thomas
   Phone: 216-778-1005                      Jan
   Email: jclaridge@metrohealth.org   gundersen Lutheran
   Status: Active                     1900 South Avenue
                                      LaCrosse, WI 54601
   Clark, Jr., William                Phone: 608-775-2431
         Laurie                       Email: thcogbil@gundluth.org
   512 Bradford Parkway               Status: Senior (A)
   Syracuse, Ny 13224
   Phone: 315-446-2684                Cohen, Max
   Status: Senior                           Marilyn
                                      nYu hospitals Center
   Cloutier, Jr., Charles             Phone: 212-263-2680
         Phyllis                      Email: max.cohen@med.nyu.edu
   22 Short Street                    Status: Senior
   Portsmouth, RI 02871
   Phone: 401-683-3446                Coil, James
   Status: Senior                           Sharon
                                      St.Vincent’s Medical Center
   Cmolik, Brian                      355 Bard Avenue
         Brigid                       Staten Island, Ny 10310
   Cleveland VA Medical Center        Status: Senior
   10701 East Boulevard
   Surgery 112W                       Cole, William
   Cleveland, OH 44106                      ellen
   Status: Senior                     Status: Senior

   Cobb, Charles
         Frances
   420 E. North Avenue
   Suite 304
   Pittsburgh, PA 15212-4746
   Phone: 412-359-4068
   Status: Senior

124 • CSA 2011
2011 MeMBershiP                          (continued)

Coleman, III, John                  Conter, Robert
      Janice                              Barbara
Indiana University Medical Center   Lancaster Regional Medical
545 Barnhill Drive                  Center
emmerson hall 232                   233 College Avenue
Indianapolis, IN 46202-5124         Suite 203
Phone: 317-274-8106                 lancaster, PA 17603
Status: Senior (A)                  Phone: 717-735-9187
                                    Email: rconter@cpmgsite.com
Coles, John                         Status: Senior
      georgette
Thornedale Medical Center           Conti, David
Status: Senior                            Laura
                                    Albany Medical Center
Collicott, Paul                     47 New Scotland Avenue
American College of Surgeons        A61-ge
633 North St. Clair Street          Albany, Ny 12208
Chicago, il 60611                   Phone: 518-262-5614
Phone: 312-202-5259                 Email: contid@mail.amc.edu
Email: pcollicott@facs.org          Status: Senior
Status: Senior
                                    Conway, Daniel
Condon, Robert                            Patricia
      Marcia                        Advanced Surgical Associates, S.C.
2722 86th Avenue N.E.               880 W. Central Road
Clyde Hill, WA 98004-1653           Suite 3800
Phone: 425-453-7860                 Arlington Heights, IL 60005-2369
Email: recrecmd@comcast.net         Phone: 847-483-9800
Status: Senior (A)                  Email: dconwaymd@
                                    advancedsurgical.com
Connolly, Mark                      Status: Senior
      Helene Connolly, MD
Saint Joseph Hospital
2900 North Lake Shore Drive
Chicago, IL 60657
Phone: 773-665-6237
Email: mconnolly@reshealthcare.
org
Status: Senior

                                                       CSA 2011 • 125
   2011 MeMBershiP                          (continued)

   Cooney, Donald                      Coran, Arnold
         Diane                               Susan
   Texas A&M University Medical        University of Michigan - C.S. Mott
   Center                              Children’s Hospital
   2401 S. 31st Street                 1500 E. Medical Center Drive
   Temple, Tx 76508                    Room F3970, Box 0245
   Phone: 254-724-9138                 Ann Arbor, MI 48109-0245
   Email: txcooneys@aol.com            Phone: 734-764-4151
   Status: Senior                      Email: acoran@umich.edu
                                       Status: Senior (A)
   Cooper, Joel
         Janet                         Corson, John
   University of Pennsylvania Health         Christina
   System                              University of New Mexico/
   Hospital of the University of       NMVAHCS
   Pennsylvania                        1501 San Pedro S.E.
   3400 Spruce Street                  Bldg 41, Deputy Chief of Staff
   6 White Building                    Albuquerque, NM 87108-5154
   Philadelphia, PA 19104              Phone: 505-265-1771 x5807
   Phone: 215-615-1793                 Email: john.corson2@va.gov
   Email: joel.cooper@uphs.upenn.      Status: Senior
   edu
   Status: Senior (A)                  Courcoulas, Anita
                                             Ira gumberg
   Cooperman, Marc                     University of Pittsburgh
         Janet                         3380 Boulevard of the Allies
   250 Deer Creek                      Suite 390
   Powell, OH 43065                    Pittsburgh, PA 15213
   Phone: 614-888-4497                 Phone: 412-641-3678
   Email: marccoops@aol.com            Email: courcoulasap@upmc.edu
   Status: Senior                      Status: Active

                                       Covey, Thomas
                                             hope
                                       West Virginia University
                                       Phone: 304-293-5169
                                       Status: Senior



126 • CSA 2011
2011 MeMBershiP                          (continued)

Crandall, Marie                     Cunningham, Paul
Northwestern University                   Sydney
676 N. St. Clair, Suite 650         Brody School of Medicine
Chicago, il 60611                   600 Moye Blvd
Phone: 312-695-4835                 AD52
Email: mcrandall@northwestern.      greenville, nC 27834
edu                                 Phone: 252-744-2201
Status: Active                      Email: cunninghamp@ecu.edu
                                    Status: Senior (A)
Crawford, David
      Kathleen Crawford, MD         Curtin, John
University of Illinois College of         Jean Ellen
Medicine at Peoria                  2451 Indigo Lane
1001 Main Street                    glenview, IL 60026
3rd Floor                           Phone: 847-729-7874
Peoria, il 61606                    Status: Senior
Phone: 309-495-0200
Email: lapsurg@mtco.com             Curtis, Jack
Status: Active                            Joyce
                                    1033 Bourne Avenue
Crestanello, Juan                   Columbia, MO 65203
The Ohio State University           Phone: 314-882-6954
410 West 10th Avenue                Status: Senior
n816 Doan hall
Columbus, OH 43210                  Dale, Paul
Phone: 614-293-7277                        Karen
Email: juan.crestanello@osumc.      Ellis Fischel Cancer Center
edu                                 115 Bus Loop 70 W
Status: Active                      DC 116.94
                                    Columbia, MO 65203
Crowe, Joseph                       Phone: 573-882-8454
      Mary Lind                     Email: daleps@health.missouri.
Cleveland Clinic Foundation         edu
9500 Euclid Avenue                  Status: Senior
Desk A80
Cleveland, OH 44195
Phone: 216-445-7904
Email: crowej@ccf.org
Status: Senior

                                                       CSA 2011 • 127
   2011 MeMBershiP                           (continued)

   D’Alessandro, Anthony               Das Gupta, Tapas
         Alison TenBruggencate               Judy
   University of Wisconsin             University of Illinois at Chicago
   Division of transplantation         840 South Wood Street
   600 Highland Avenue, H4/760         Room 618, MC820
   CSC                                 Chicago, il 60612
   Madison, WI 53792-7375              Phone: 312-996-6666
   Phone: 608-263-9903                 Status: Senior (A)
   Email: ADalessandro@uwhealth.
   org
   Status: Senior (A)                  Davis, Bradley
                                             Dawn
   Dalsing, Michael                    UC Surgeons
         Rosa                          the Christ hospital
   Indiana University Medical School   2123 Auburn Avenue, Suite 524
   1801 N. Senate Boulevard            Cincinnati, OH 45219
   D3500                               Phone: 513-929-0104
   Indianapolis, IN 46202-1228         Email: davisbd@uc.edu
   Phone: 317-962-0280                 Status: Active
   Email: mdalsing@iupui.edu
   Status: Senior (A)                  Davis, John H.
                                             Peg
   Das, B. Mohan                       21 Ridgewood Drive
         Elizabeth Das, MD             Burlington,VT 5401
   The Ohio State University           Phone: 802-658-1939
   Cramblett hall                      Email: john.davis@adelphia.net
   456 W. 10th Avenue, Ste 3018        Status: Senior (A)
   Columbus, OH 43210
   Phone: 614-293-8536                 Davis, Kenneth
   Email: mohan.das@osumc.edu                Johnie
   Status: Senior                      University of Cincinnati
                                       231 Albert Sabin Way
                                       ML#0558
                                       Cincinnati, OH 45267-0558
                                       Phone: 513-558-5661
                                       Email: kenneth.davis@uc.edu
                                       Status: Senior (A)



128 • CSA 2011
2011 MeMBershiP                       (continued)

Dawes, Lillian                   DeJong, Steven
      Harrison “Buz” Laut              Debbie
USF                              Loyola University Medical Center
13000 Bruce B. Downs (112)       2160 South First Avenue
Tampa, FL 33612                  Dept of Surgery EMS 110/3248
Phone: 813-972-2000, ext 6513    Maywood, IL 60153
Email: Lillian.Dawes@va.gov      Phone: 708-327-2375
Status: Senior                   Email: sdejong@lumc.edu
                                 Status: Senior
Dayton, Merril
SUNy Buffalo                     DePalma, Ralph
Buffalo general Hospital               Pat
Department of Surgery            810 Vermont Avenue N.W.
100 High Street - D351           Washington, DC 20420
Buffalo, Ny 14203                Status: Senior (A)
Phone: 716-859-3779
Email: mdayton@buffalo.edu       DeWeese, James
Status: Senior                         Christine
                                 University of Rochester
DeBord, James                    601 Elmwood Avenue
      Margaret                   Rochester, Ny 14542-0001
University of Illinois-Peoria    Phone: 585-275-2721
1001 Main Street                 Status: Senior (A)
Suite 300
Peoria, il 61606                 Deitel, Mervyn
Phone: 309-495-0224                    Frances
Email: jdebord@peoriasurgical.   Obesity Surgery
com                              39 Bassano Road
Status: Senior                   Toronto, ON M2N 2J9
                                 Phone: 416-224-5055
DeHoyos, Alberto                 Email: book@obesitysurgery.com
Northwestern Memorial Hospital   Status: Senior
676 N. Saint Clair Street
Suite 650
Chicago, il 60611
Phone: 312-695-4630
Email: adehoyos@nmh.org
Status: Senior


                                                    CSA 2011 • 129
   2011 MeMBershiP                          (continued)

   Delaney, Conor                      Demeure, Michael
         Clare                         Scottsdale Healthcare Cancer
   University Hospitals Case Medical   Surgery
   Center                              10460 N 92nd Street
   11100 Euclid Avenue                 Suite 200
   LKS 5047                            Scottsdale, AZ 85258
   Cleveland, OH 44106-5047            Phone: 480-323-1570
   Phone: 216-844-8087                 Email: mdemeure@tgen.org
   Email: conor.delaney@               Status: Senior
   uhhospitals.org
   Status: Active                      Dent, Thomas
                                             Joan
   Delaney, John                       505 Owen Road
         Mary                          Santa Barbara, CA 93108-1839
   Fairview University Medical         Phone: 805-695-8643
   Center                              Email: tldent@cox.net
   Department of Surgery               Status: Senior (A)
   516 Delaware St, SE, Box 195
   Minneapolis, MN 55455               Devine, Richard
   Phone: 612-625-1621                       Betty
   Email: delan001@tc.umn.edu          Mayo Clinic
   Status: Senior (A)                  200 First Street S.W.
                                       Rochester, MN 55905
   DeMeester, Tom                      Phone: 507-284-2511
         Carol                         Email: devine.richard@mayo.edu
   University of Southern California   Status: Senior
   1510 San Pablo Street
   Suite 514                           Dexter, David
   Los Angeles, CA 90033-5324                 Patricia
   Phone: 323-442-5925                 Hamot Medical Center
   Email: demeester@surgery.usc.       104 East Second Street
   edu                                 7th floor
   Status: Senior (A)                  Erie, PA 16507
                                       Phone: 814-877-4577
                                       Email: david.dexter@hamot.org
                                       Status: Active




130 • CSA 2011
2011 MeMBershiP                           (continued)

Deziel, Daniel                       Dixon, Elijah
      Mary                                 Jocelyn Dilay
Rush University Medical Center       University of Calgary
1725 W. Harrison, Suite 810          1403 29th Street N.W.
Chicago, il 60612                    10th Floor, North Tower
Phone: 312-942-6500                  Room 1036
Email: daniel_j_deziel@rush.edu      Calgary, AB T2N 2T9
Status: Senior (C)                   Phone: 403-944-3045
                                     Email: Elijah.Dixon@
Diebel, Lawrence                     calgaryhealthregion.ca
Wayne State University               Status: Active
4201 St. Antoine
6C University Health Center          Doerr, Ralph
Detroit, Mi 48201                          eileen
Phone: 313-577-5005                  Rochester general hospital
Email: ldiebel@med.wayne.edu         Department of Surgery
Status: Senior                       1415 Portland Avenue
                                     Suite 245MOB
Difiore, John                        Rochester, nY 14621
      Kristine                       Phone: 585-922-4840
Children’s Hospital, The Cleveland   Email: bonnie.cottone@
Clinic                               rochestergeneral.org
9500 Euclid Avenue                   Status: Senior
M14
Cleveland, OH 44195                  Doherty, Cornelius
Phone: 216-444-5522                        JaneAnn
Email: difiorj1@ccf.org              826 Cabrillo Street
Status: Senior                       San Francisco, CA 94118-3607
                                     Phone: 415-751-1704
                                     Email: con@dohertys.org
                                     Status: Senior

                                     Donaldson, William
                                           Jean
                                     Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh
                                     3705 Fifth Avenue
                                     Pittsburgh, PA 15213-2534
                                     Phone: 412-692-8539
                                     Status: Senior

                                                        CSA 2011 • 131
   2011 MeMBershiP                      (continued)

   Donovan, Duane                  Drucker, William
         Beverly                         Barbara
   95 Arch St. Ste. 215            USUHS School of Medicine
   Akron, OH 44304-1467            4301 Jones Bridge Road
   Status: Senior                  Bethesda, MD 20814-4799
                                   Phone: 301-295-5462
   Donovan, James                  Email: drucker@usuhsb.usuhs.mil
         Diane Livengood           Status: Senior (A)
   univ of Cincinnati College of
   Medicine                        Dryjski, Maciej
   231 Albert Sabin Way, ML 0589         hanna
   Cincinnati, OH 45267            Kaleida Health Millard Fillmore
   Phone: 513-558-0983             hospital
   Email: donovajf@ucmail.uc.edu   3 gates Circle
   Status: Senior                  Buffalo, Ny 14209
                                   Phone: 716-887-4223
   Douglass, Jr., Harold           Email: mdryjski@kaleidahealth.
         Sandra                    org
   72 Andover Lane                 Status: Senior
   Williamsville, nY 14221-3309
   Phone: 716-633-2796             Duff, John
   Email: halandsandra@msn.com           Barbara Ann
   Status: Senior                  University of Western Ontario
                                   1092 St. Anthony
   Downs, Allan                    London, ON N6H 2P0
         Janet                     Phone: 519-657-2366
   Manitoba health                 Email: jduff1@uwo.ca
   312 Hosmer Boulevard            Status: Senior (A)
   Winnipeg, MB R3P0h6
   Phone: 204-786-7210             Dulchavsky, Scott
   Status: Senior (A)                    Deborah
                                   Henry Ford Health System
                                   Dept of Surgery, CFP-1
                                   Henry Ford Hospital
                                   2799 West grand Blvd
                                   Detroit, Mi 48202
                                   Phone: 313-916-3152
                                   Email: sdulcha1@hfhs.org
                                   Status: Senior (A)

132 • CSA 2011
2011 MeMBershiP                        (continued)

Dunn, David                       Dutro, John Arthur
University of Buffalo                   Beverly
201 harriman hall                 Wright State University
Buffalo, Ny 14214-8025            804 Central Avenue
Phone: 716-829-2100               greenville, OH 45331
Email: dldunn@buffalo.edu         Phone: 937-547-0107
Status: Senior (A)                Email: jadutro@sbcglobal.net
                                  Status: Senior
Dunn, Margaret
      Bill Spohn                  Eberlein, Timothy
Po Box 927                              Kim
Dayton, OH 45401-0927             Washington University School of
Phone: 937-775-2033               Medicine
Status: Senior                    660 S. Euclid Avenue
                                  Box 8109
Dunnington, Gary                  St. Louis, MO 63110
      Kim                         Phone: 314-362-8020
Southern Illinois University      Email: eberleint@wustl.edu
School of Medicine                Status: Senior (A)
701 N. First Street, D325
Po Box 19638                      Eckhauser, Marc Lewis
Springfield, IL 62794                   Kelley
Phone: 217-545-8880               4838 E. Baseline Road
Email: gdunnington@siumed.edu     Bldg 2 #110
Status: Senior (A)                Mesa, AZ 85206
                                  Phone: 480-892-2800
Durham, Joseph                    Status: Senior
      Marianne
John H. Stroger Jr. Hospital of   Edge, Stephen
Cook County                             Cynthia
1901 W. Harrison Street           Roswell Park Cancer Institute
Suite 3350                        Elm and Carlton Streets
Chicago, il 60612                 Buffalo, Ny 14263
Phone: 312-864-3190               Phone: 716-845-2918
Email: drhoser@aol.com            Email: stephen.edge@
Status: Senior                    roswellpark.org
                                  Status: Senior (A)



                                                     CSA 2011 • 133
   2011 MeMBershiP                          (continued)

   Edwards, John D.                    Ekeh, A. Peter
         Susan                               Kehinde
   7380 Turfway Road                   Wright State University/Miami
   Florence, Ky 41042                  Valley Hospital
   Phone: 859-525-0522                 1 Wyoming Street
   Email: john.edwards@uc.edu          Dayton, OH 45409-2722
   Status: Senior                      Phone: 937-208-2468
                                       Email: peter.ekeh@wright.edu
   Edwards, Michael                    Status: Senior
         Carole
   University of Cincinnati            Elkhammas, Elmahdi
   Department of Surgery                     Fatma
   231 Albert Sabin Way                The Ohio State University
   Cincinnati, OH 45267-0558           Medical Center
   Phone: 513-558-5333                 395 W. 12th Avenue
   Email: michael.edwards@uc.edu       1st Floor, Room 154
   Status: Senior (A)                  Columbus, OH 43210-1250
                                       Phone: 614-293-4627
   Egan, Richard                       Email: Elkhammas.1@osu.edu
         Betty                         Status: Senior
   Status: Senior
                                       Elliott, Joseph
   Eiseman, Ben                              Donna
         Mary                          3282 Woodview Lake Road
   University of Colorado Health       West Bloomfield, MI 48323
   Science Center                      Phone: 248-851-7257
   Phone: 303-299-8020 x 2982          Status: Senior
   Status: Senior (A)
                                       Ellis, Jr., F. Henry
   Eisenberg, M. Michael                     Mary-Jane
         Barbara                       Beth Israel Deaconess Medical
   New york Hospital/Cornell           Center
   Medical Center                      110 Francis Street
   525 East 68th Street, Suite P-709   Suite 2A
   New york, Ny 10021                  Boston, MA 02215
   Phone: 212-746-5439                 Phone: 617-632-8383
   Status: Senior (A)                  Status: Senior (A)



134 • CSA 2011
2011 MeMBershiP                       (continued)

Ellison, Christopher             Enker, Warren
      Mary Pat Borgess, MD       Beth Israel Medical Center
Ohio State University Medical    350 East 17th Street
Center                           Baird Hall 1622
395 W. 12th Avenue               New york, Ny 10003
Room 692                         Phone: 212-420-3960
Columbus, OH 43210               Email: wenker@bethisraelny.org
Phone: 614-293-8701              Status: Senior (A)
Email: christopher.ellison@
osumc.edu                        Erlandson, Errol
Status: Senior (A)                     Kate Ludeman
                                 Worth ethic Corporation
Endean, Eric                     23 Hull Circle Drive
      Deborah L.                 Austin, Tx 78746
University of Kentucky           Phone: 512-330-9798
Dept. of Surgery                 Email: eddie@worthethic.com
C-215 A.B. Chandler Medical      Status: Senior
Center
Lexington, Ky 40536-0084         Ernst, Calvin
Phone: 859-323-6346                    Beth
Email: edende0@uky.edu           3904 North Fairway Drive
Status: Senior                   Jupiter, FL 33477
                                 Email: cbernst@earthlink.net
Engum, Scott                     Status: Senior (A)
      Heidi
JW Riley Hospital for Children   Eskandari, Mark
702 Barnhill Drive                     Andrea
Suite 2500                       Northwestern University
Indianapolis, IN 46202           676 N. St. Clair, #650
Phone: 317-274-4682              Suite 650
Email: sengum@iupui.edu          Chicago, il 60611
Status: Active                   Phone: 312-926-7775
                                 Email: meskanda@nmh.org
                                 Status: Active




                                                    CSA 2011 • 135
   2011 MeMBershiP                        (continued)

   Espat, N. Joseph                  Ettinghausen, Stephen
   Roger Williams hopsital                 Elizabeth
   825 Chalkstone Avenue             Rochester general hospital
   Providence, RI 02908              1455 Portland Avenue
   Phone: 401-456-2464               Suite 245
   Email: jespat@hepaticsurgery.     Rochester, nY 14621
   com                               Phone: 585-922-4715
   Status: Active                    Email: stephen.ettinghausen@
                                     Rochestergeneral.org
   Esselstyn, Caldwell               Status: Senior
         Ann
   The Cleveland Clinic Foundation   Eubanks, Steve
   9500 Euclid Avenue                      Sandy
   Desk A80                          University of Missouri - Columbia
   Cleveland, OH 44195-5043          one hospital Drive
   Phone: 216-444-6662               MC504, DC077.00
   Status: Senior (A)                Columbia, MO 65212
                                     Phone: 573-882-4158
   Estes, Norman                     Email: eubankssw@health.
         Jan                         missouri.edu
   University of Illinois – Peoria   Status: Senior (A)
   College of Medicine
   624 NE glen Oak Avenue            Evans, Douglas
   Suite 2676                              Elizabeth
   Peoria, il 61603                  Medical College of Wisconsin
   Phone: 309-655-2383               9200 W. Wisconsin Avenue
   Email: nestes@uic.edu             Suite 3510
   Status: Senior                    Milwaukee, WI 53226
                                     Phone: 414-805-5706
   Etheredge, Edward                 Email: devans@mcw.edu
   1850 S. Mariposa Avenue           Status: Active
   Bartlow, FL 33830
   Status: Senior (A)




136 • CSA 2011
2011 MeMBershiP                       (continued)

Evans, James T.                  Fabri, Peter
      Joyce                            Sharon Schur
Erie County Medical Center       USF College of Medicine
462 grider Street                12901 Bruce B. Downs Boulevard
Buffalo, Ny 14215                MDC 41
Phone: 716-898-5338              Tampa, FL 33612
Email: jamestevansmd@            Phone: 813-974-9744
medscape.com                     Email: pfabri@health.usf.edu
Status: Senior                   Status: Senior (A)

Evans, William E.                Falcone, Richard
      Nancy                      Cincinnati Children’s Hospital
513 Victor Drive                 Medical Center
Circleville, oh 43113-1168       3333 Burnet Avenue
Status: Senior                   MlC 2023
                                 Cincinnati, OH 45229
Faber, L. Penfield               Phone: 513-636-4371
      Marilyn                    Email: richard.falcone@cchmc.
Rush University Medical Center   org
1725 W. Harrison Street          Status: Active
Suite 218
Chicago, il 60612                Falcone, Robert E.
Phone: 312-738-3732              Columbus VA Ambulatory Care
Email: pfaber@rush.edu           Center
Status: Senior (A)               150 E. Lafayette
                                 Columbus, OH 43215
Fabia, Renata                    Phone: 614-226-3206
      Amer Rajab, MD, PhD        Email: rfalcone@yahoo.com
Nationwide Children’s Hospital   Status: Senior
700 Childrens Drive
Columbus, OH 43228               Falimirski, Mark
Phone: 614-722-3910                    Patricia
Email: fabiar@chi.osu.edu        Indiana University Hospital
Status: Senior                   1030 W Michigan Street
                                 C 5226
                                 Indianapolis, IN 46202
                                 Phone: 317-278-8112
                                 Email: mfalimir@iupui.edu
                                 Status: Active

                                                    CSA 2011 • 137
   2011 MeMBershiP                        (continued)

   Farkas, Linda                     Fegelman, Elliott
         Michael Pritchard                 Suzanne
   uPMC Cancer Pavilion              Jewish Hospital of Cincinnati
   5150 Centre Avenue                4777 E. galbraith Road
   Suite 415                         Cincinnati, OH 45236
   Pittsburgh, PA 15232              Phone: 513-686-5466
   Phone: 412-692-2541               Email: elliott.fegelman@healthall.
   Email: farkaslm@msx.upmc.edu      com
   Status: Active                    Status: Senior

   Farnell, Michael                  Feldman, Liane
         Ann                         Mcgill University
   Mayo Clinic                       1650 Cedar Avenue
   200 First Street S.W.             l9-412
   Rochester, MN 55905               Montreal, QC H3g 1A4
   Phone: 507-284-2717               Phone: 514-934-1934
   Email: farnell.michael@mayo.edu   Email: liane.feldman@mcgill.ca
   Status: Senior (A)                Status: Active (C)

   Faucher, Lee                      Feller, Irving
         Stephanie                         Cynthia
   University of Wisconsin           857 Maximilian Court
   600 Highland Avenue               Chelsea, Mi 48118
   H4/732 CSC                        Phone: 734-433-0491
   Madison, WI 53792-7375            Email: clf1951@aol.com
   Phone: 608-262-6246               Status: Senior
   Email: faucher@surgery.wisc.edu
   Status: Active                    Ferguson, Ronald
                                     Ohio State University Medical
   Fazio, Victor                     Center
         Carolyn                     1654 Upham Drive
   Cleveland Clinic                  Columbus, OH 43210
   17414 S. Woodland Road            Phone: 614-293-6322
   Shaker Heights, OH 44120          Email: ronald.ferguson@osumc.
   Phone: 216-444-6672               edu
   Email: faziov@ccf.org             Status: Senior (A)
   Status: Senior (A)



138 • CSA 2011
2011 MeMBershiP                        (continued)

Ferguson, Tomas                   Fichera, Alessandro
      Libby                             lia
Washington University School of   University of Chicago
Medicine                          5841 S. Maryland Avenue
1 Barnes-Jewish Hospital Plaza    MC 5095
3108 Queeny Tower                 Chicago, il 60637
St. Louis, MO 63110-1013          Phone: 773-702-6142
Phone: 314-362-7256               Email: afichera@surgery.bsd.
Email: ats@msnotes.wustl.edu      uchicago.edu
Status: Senior (A)                Status: Active

Fernando, Hiran                   Fiddian-Green, Richard
      Susan                             Prunella
Boston Medical Center             University of Massachusetts
88 East Newton Street             c/o Justin Ferris
Robinson B402                     55 Lake Avenue North
Boston, MA 02118                  Worcester, MA 06155
Phone: 617-638-5600               Status: Senior
Email: hiran.fernando@bmc.org
Status: Non-Resident              Filler, Robert
                                        June
Ferraris, Victor                  The Hospital for Sick Children
      Suellen                     555 University Avenue - Suite
University of Kentucky            1518
740 South Limestone               Toronto, ON M5g 1x8
Kentucky Clinic, Suite A-301      Phone: 416-813-6400
Lexington, Ky 40536-0284          Status: Senior (A)
Phone: 859-323-6494
Email: vferr2@uky.edu             Filo, Ronald
Status: Senior                          Marilyn
                                  35685 South Charles Road
                                  Drummond Island, MI 49726
                                  Status: Senior




                                                     CSA 2011 • 139
   2011 MeMBershiP                         (continued)

   Fink, Aaron                        Fischer, Josef
         Vicki                              Karen
   VA Medical Center                  Beth Israel Deaconess Med
   1670 Clairmont Road (112)          Center
   Dept. of Surgery                   110 Francis Street
   Decatur, gA 30033                  Suite 9F
   Phone: 404-728-7621                Boston, MA 2215
   Email: afink01@comcast.net         Phone: 617-632-9770
   Status: Senior                     Email: jfische1@bidmc.harvard.
                                      edu
   Finley, Jr., Robert                Status: Senior (A)
   Wright State University
   4045 Middleton Road                Fischer, Ronald
   Oregonia, OH 45054-9764                  Nancy
   Phone: 513-897-5756                University of Texas Medical
   Email: rfinley1998@yahoo.com       School
   Status: Senior (A)                 Phone: 713-636-5095
                                      Status: Senior
   Firor, Hugh
         Betty                        Fisher, Bernard
   University of South Florida              Shirley
   12901 Bruce B. Downs Boulevard     University of Pittsburgh
   MDC Box 16                         Email: fisherb2@upmc.edu
   Tampa, FL 33612                    Status: Senior (A)
   Status: Senior
                                      Fisher, H. Calvin
   Fischer, David                           Yvonne
         Renee                        1555 Barrington Road Suite
   University of Cincinnati Medical   3450 Building 3
   Center                             hoffman estates, il 60169
   231 Albert Sabin Way, SRU 1465     Status: Senior
   Mail Location: 0558
   Cincinnati, OH 45267-0558
   Phone: 513-558-4787
   Email: david.fischer@uc.edu
   Status: Active




140 • CSA 2011
2011 MeMBershiP                         (continued)

Fisichella, P. Marco               Fleiszer, David
Loyola University Medical Center         Ruth
2160 South First Avenue            Montreal general hospital
Room 3226                          1650 Cedar Avenue
Maywood, IL 60153                  Montreal 83g1A4
Phone: 708-327-2820                Phone: 514-937-6011 x4346
Email: pfisichella@lumc.edu        Status: Senior
Status: Active
                                   Flint, Lewis
Fitzgibbons, Jr., Robert                 Carolynne
      Karen                        American College of Surgeons
Creighton University               633 North St. Clair Street
601 N. 30th Street                 Chicago, il 60611-3211
Suite 3700                         Phone: 312-202-5224
omaha, ne 68131                    Email: lflint@facs.org
Phone: 402-280-4503                Status: Senior (A)
Email: fitzjr@creighton.edu
Status: Senior (A)                 Flynn, Jr., William
                                         Nancy
Flancbaum, Louis                   Erie County Medical Center
      Debby                        462 grider Street
glen Cove hospital                 Buffalo, Ny 14215
101 Saint Andrews Lane             Phone: 716-898-5283
glen Cove, Ny 11542                Email: wflynn@ecmc.edu
Phone: 516-674-1688                Status: Senior
Status: Senior
                                   Foker, John
Flege, Jr., John                   University of Minnesota
      Allison                      420 Delaware Street S.E.
4 grandin Lane                     UMHC 495
Cincinnati, OH 45208               Minneapolis, MN 55455
Phone: 513-421-3494                Phone: 612-625-0910
Email: jflege@fuse.net             Email: foker001@umn.edu
Status: Senior                     Status: Senior (A)




                                                      CSA 2011 • 141
   2011 MeMBershiP                       (continued)

   Foley, David                     Folse, J. Roland
         Cheryl                           Hazen
   University of Wisconsin          SIU School of Medicine
   uWhC                             701 North Rutledge
   600 Highland Avenue              Po Box 19638
   H4/766                           Springfield, IL 62794-9638
   Madison, WI 53792                Phone: 217-545-8874
   Phone: 608-262-8360              Email: acosta@siumed.edu
   Email: foley@surgery.wisc.edu    Status: Senior (A)
   Status: Active
                                    Ford, Henri
   Foley, Eugene                          Donna
         Laurel Rice, MD            Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles
   University of Wisconsin          4650 Sunset Boulevard
   Clinical Science Center          Mail Stop 72
   600 Highland Avenue              los Angeles, CA 90027
   H4/738                           Phone: 323-361-2104
   Madison, WI 53792-7375           Email: hford@chla.usc.edu
   Phone: 608-263-2521              Status: Senior
   Email: foleyc@surgery.wisc.edu
   Status: Senior                   Forse, Armour
                                          Susan
   Folk, Frank                      Creighton University
         lonnie                     601 north 30th Street
   Loyola-Hines                     Suite 3700
   446 S. Columbia Street           omaha, ne 68131
   Naperville, IL 60540-5418        Phone: 402-280-4476
   Phone: 630-355-1762              Email: armour.forse@creighton.
   Email: fafolk@aol.com            edu
   Status: Senior (A)               Status: Senior (A)




142 • CSA 2011
2011 MeMBershiP                       (continued)

Francescatti, Darius             Freier, Duane
Rush University Medical Center         Nancy
1725 W. Harrison Street          12961 Silverthron Court
Suite 810                        Bonita Springs, FL 34135
Chicago, il 60612                Phone: 239-948-3408
Phone: 312-942-6500              Email: dtfreier@comcast.net
Email: dfrancescatti@hotmail.    Status: Senior
com
Status: Senior                   Frey, Charles F.
                                       Jane
Frantzides, Constantine          University of California Davis
      eleni                      Medical Center
Chicago Institute of Minimally   2351 green Springs Court
Invasive Surgery                 Rescue, CA 95672-9424
4905 Old Orchard Center          Phone: 530-677-9770
Suite 409                        Email: cffreymd@pacbell.net
Skokie, IL 60712                 Status: Senior (A)
Phone: 847-676-2200
Email: cfrantzides@cimis.info    Fried, Gerald
Status: Senior                         Karen
                                 Mcgill University
Fratianne, Richard               1650 Cedar Avenue
      Mary                       Suite D6.136
MetroHealth Medical Center       Montreal, QC H3g1A4
2500 MetroHealth Drive           Phone: 514-934-8044
Cleveland, OH 44109-1998         Email: gerald.fried@mcgill.ca
Phone: 216-778-5627              Status: Senior (A)
Email: rfratianne@metrohealth.
org                              Fromm, David
Status: Senior                         Barbara
                                 Wayne State University
Freeman, Joel                    4201 St. Antoine #6C
      Nadia                      Detroit, Mi 48201-2194
University of Ottawa             Phone: 313-745-8778
1670 Dry Dock Avenue             Email: dfsurg@aol.com
North Charleston, SC 29405       Status: Senior (A)
Status: Senior



                                                     CSA 2011 • 143
   2011 MeMBershiP                         (continued)

   Fry, Donald                        Gaar, Edwin
         Rosemary                           Victoria
   Michael Pine and Associates, Inc   Department of Veterans Affairs
   5020 S Lake Shore Drive            Louisville VA Medical Center
   304n                               800 Zorn Avenue
   Chicago, IL 60615                  Louisville, Ky 40206
   Phone: 773-643-1700                Phone: 502-287-6804
   Email: dfry@consultmpa.com         Email: gaariii@bellsouth.net
   Status: Senior (A)                 Status: Senior

   Fry, Robert D.                     Galandiuk, Susan
         Susan                              Hiram C. Polk, Jr., MD
   Pennsylvania Hospital              University of Louisville
   700 Spruce Street                  550 South Jackson Street
   Suite 305                          ACB2, Surgery Suite
   Philadelphia, PA 19106             Louisville, Ky 40202
   Email: robert.fry@mail.tju.edu     Phone: 502-852-4568
   Status: Senior (A)                 Email: susan.galandiuk@louisville.
                                      edu
   Fry, Willard                       Status: Senior (A)
         Nancy
   Northwestern (Emeritus)            Galouzis, Tom Nicholas
   1111 Sunset Road                         Jeannie
   Winnetka, IL 60093                 Indiana Surgical Associates
   Phone: 847-446-1979                7895 grand Boulevard
   Email: w-fry@northwestern.edu      hobart, in 46342
   Status: Senior                     Phone: 219-947-1910
                                      Email: isagensurg@aol.com
   Fryer, Jonathan P.                 Status: Senior
         Sonia Sharpless, MD
   Northwestern University,           Gamelli, Richard
   Feinberg School of Medicine              Mary
   675 North St. Clair                Loyola University School of
   Building 17-200                    Medicine
   Chicago, il 60611                  6363 Manor Drive
   Phone: 312-695-2125                Burr Ridge, IL 60527
   Email: jfryer@nmh.org              Phone: 708-216-9222
   Status: Senior                     Email: rgamell@lumc.edu
                                      Status: Senior (A)

144 • CSA 2011
2011 MeMBershiP                          (continued)

Gans, Henry                         Gauderer, Michael
      Mary Ann                            Barbara
4450 SW Thistle Terrace             The Children’s Hospital,
Palm City, FL 34990                 greenville Hospital System
Phone: 407-223-7093                 890 West Faris
Status: Senior                      Suite 440, Box 20
                                    greenville, SC 29605-4253
Garren, Michael                     Phone: 864-455-5070
      Patti                         Email: mgauderer@ghs.org
University of Wisconsin Medical     Status: Senior
Foundation
1 South Park Street                 Gauger, Paul
Madison, WI 53715                         gingie
Phone: 608-287-2100                 University of Michigan
Email: garren@surgery.wisc.edu      1500 East Medical Center Drive
Status: Active                      TC2920D, SPC 5331
                                    Ann Arbor, Mi 48109
Garrison, R. Neal                   Phone: 734-936-0231
      Anita                         Email: pgauger@umich.edu
University of Louisville            Status: Active
550 South Jackson Street
ACB Building                        Geehan, Douglas
Louisville, Ky 40202                University of Missouri-Kansas
Phone: 502-852-5676                 City
Email: rngarr01@gwise.louisville.   2301 holmes Street
edu                                 Kansas City, MO 64108
Status: Senior (A)                  Phone: 816-404-5345
                                    Email: docgeehan@aol.com
Garvin, Paul                        Status: Active
      Margo
1004 Kennerly Road                  Geha, Alexander
Suite 330A                                Diane
St. Louis, MO 63128                 Po Box 1693
Phone: 314-557-8357                 Rancho Santa Fe, CA 92067
Email: garvinn2@slu.edu             Status: Senior (A)
Status: Senior




                                                       CSA 2011 • 145
   2011 MeMBershiP                          (continued)

   Geis, W. Peter                      Gestring, Mark
         Mary Elizabeth                      Holly
   Northwest Hospital Medical Care     University of Rochester
   Center                              601 Elmwood Avenue
   85 Willow Path Court, #85           Box Surgery
   Nottingham, MD 21236-5571           Rochester, nY 14642-8410
   Phone: 410-552-4202                 Phone: 585-275-7248
   Email: wgeis@lifebridgehealth.org   Email: Mark_gestring@urmc.
   Status: Senior                      rochester.edu
                                       Status: Active
   George, Virgilio
         Alisha                        Gewertz, Bruce
   Indiana University School of              Diane
   Medicine                            Cedars-Sinai Medical Center
   1001 West tenth Street              8700 Beverly Boulevard
   MY 1014                             North Tower Suite 8215
   Indianapolis, IN 46202              los Angeles, CA 90048
   Phone: 317-630-6556                 Phone: 310-423-5884
   Email: vigeorge@iupui.edu           Email: bruce.gewertz@cshs.org
   Status: Active                      Status: Senior (A)

   Gersin, Keith                       Giglia, Joseph
         Sherry                              Kathleen Collins
   Carolinas Medical Center            University of Cincinnati
   Po Box 32861                        231 Albert B. Sabin Way
   Charlotte, nC 28232-2861            ML 0558
   Phone: 704-355-3176                 Cincinnati, OH 45267-0558
   Email: Keith.gersin@                Phone: 513-558-5367
   carolinashealthcare.org             Email: joseph.giglia@uc.edu
   Status: Non-Resident                Status: Active

                                       Gillespie, Robert
                                             Pat
                                       Phone: 402-552-3441
                                       Email: bgburndoc@aol.com
                                       Status: Senior (A)




146 • CSA 2011
2011 MeMBershiP                         (continued)

Gleysteen, John                    Goldsmith, Harry
      Maureen                            Linda
2633 Heathermoor Road              University of Nevada School of
Birmingham, AL 35223               Medicine
Phone: 205-266-2489                Po Box 493
Email: jgleylap@bellsouth.net      glenbrook, NV 89413
Status: Senior                     Phone: 775-749-5801
                                   Email: hlgldsmith@aol.com
Glick, Philip                      Status: Senior
      Drucy S. Borowitz, M.D.
SUNy at Buffalo/Children’s         Golladay, Eustace
Hospital of Buffalo                      Mary Lucas
219 Bryant Street                  University of Michigan
Buffalo, Ny 14222                  1500 E. Medical Center Drive
Phone: 716-878-7449                F3970
Email: glicklab@aol.com            Ann Arbor, Mi 48109
Status: Senior (A)                 Status: Senior

Glynn, Loretto                     Gonzalez, Luis
Loyola University                        Jeannine
2160 South First Avenue            16031 North 48th Way
Maywood, IL 60153                  Scottsdale, AZ 85254
Phone: 708-327-2782                Email: gonzo84@aol.com
Email: lglynn@lumc.edu             Status: Senior
Status: Active (C)
                                   Goodale, Robert
Godellas, Constantine                    Katherine
      erin                         University of Minnesota
Loyola University Medical Center   420 Delaware Street S.E.
LUMC, Division of Surgical         Box 379
Oncology                           Minneapolis, MN 55445
2160 South First Avenue            Phone: 612-625-5121
Bldg 110, Room 3238                Status: Senior (A)
Maywood, IL 60153
Phone: 708-327-3430
Email: cgodellas@lumc.edu
Status: Active (C)



                                                      CSA 2011 • 147
   2011 MeMBershiP                        (continued)

   Gordillo, Gayle                   Gould, Steven
   The Ohio State University         629 Cherokee Avenue
   410 West 10th Avenue              Highland Park, IL 60035
   n809 Doan hall                    Phone: 847-433-7502
   Columbus, OH 43210                Email: sagould@
   Phone: 614-293-3748               thegouldconsultinggroup.com
   Email: gayle.gordillo@osumc.edu   Status: Senior
   Status: Active
                                     Graham, Linda M.
   Gordon, Philip H.                 2932 Broxton Road
         Rosalie                     Shaker Heights, OH 44120
   3755 Cote Ste. Catherine Road     Phone: 216-445-3298
   Suite g304                        Email: grahaml@ccf.org
   Montreal, QC H3T 1E2              Status: Senior (A)
   Phone: 514-342-1772
   Email: philip.gordon@mcgill.ca    Grant, Clive
   Status: Senior                          Karen
                                     Mayo Clinic
   Gordon, Robert                    200 First Street Southwest
         Linda                       Rochester, MN 55905
   Lifecycle Pharma, Inc.            Phone: 507-284-2166
   520 Cameron Manor Way NW          Email: cgrant@mayo.edu
   Atlanta, gA 30328                 Status: Senior (A)
   Status: Senior
                                     Greager, John
   Gould, Jon                              tina
         Beth                        436 N. County Line Road
   University of Wisconsin           Hinsdale, IL 60521
   600 Highland Avenue               Phone: 630-261-0280
   K4/728 CSC                        Status: Senior
   Madison, WI 53792
   Phone: 608-263-1036               Green, Richard
   Email: gould@surgery.wisc.edu           Barbara
   Status: Active                    lenox hill hospital
                                     130 E 77th St, 13th Floor
                                     New york, Ny 10021-1883
                                     Phone: 212-434-3400
                                     Email: rgreen@lenoxhill.net
                                     Status: Senior (A)

148 • CSA 2011
2011 MeMBershiP                       (continued)

Greenfield, Lazar                Gruber, Scott
      Sharon                           Andrea
University of Michigan           John D. Dingell VA Medical Center
2101 Taubman Health Center       4646 John R Street
Ann Arbor, Mi 48109-0346         Detroit, Mi 48201
Phone: 734-936-6398              Phone: 313-576-3327
Email: lazarg@umich.edu          Email: scott.gruber@va.gov
Status: Senior (A)               Status: Senior

Griffen, Jr., Ward               Grundfest, Sharon
      Pudge                            Michael
4140 Peninsula Drive             Cleveland Clinic Foundation
Frankfort, MI 49635              9500 Euclid Avenue
Phone: 231-352-4494              one Clinic Center
Status: Senior (A)               Cleveland, OH 44195-5043
                                 Phone: 216-444-6669
Groner, Jonathan                 Status: Senior
      Cathy Levine
Nationwide Children’s Hospital   Guice, Karen
700 Children’s Drive                   Keith Oldham
eD322                            4424 North Lake Drive
Columbus, OH 43205               Shorewood, WI 53211
Phone: 614-722-3919              Phone: 414-967-8829
Email: gronerj@chi.osu.edu       Email: ksguice@earthlink.net
Status: Senior                   Status: Senior (A)

Grosfeld, Jay                    Gurll, Nelson
      Margie                           Margaret
Indiana University School of     University of Iowa Hospitals &
Medicine/JW Riley Hospital for   Clinics
Children                         200 Hawkins Drive
7979 N. Meridian Street          Iowa City, IA 52242
Indianapolis, IN 46260           Phone: 319-356-1794
Phone: 317-274-5716              Email: nelson-gurll@uiowa.edu
Email: jgrosfel@iupui.edu        Status: Senior (A)
Status: Senior (A)




                                                    CSA 2011 • 149
   2011 MeMBershiP                       (continued)

   Guyton, Daniel                   Halgrimson, Charles
         Anne                             Michael
   Akron general Med Ctr / NE       3600 E Alameda Avenue
   Ohio Univ College of Medicine    Suite 120
   400 Wabash Avenue                Denver, CO 80209-3135
   Akron, OH 44307                  Status: Senior (A)
   Phone: 330-344-6234
   Email: dguyton@agmc.org          Hallowell, Peter
   Status: Senior                         Sara
                                    University of Virginia
   Hafner, Charles                  Po Box 800709
         Martha                     Charlottesville,VA 22908-0709
   2 Beechhurst Woods Lane          Phone: 434-243-4811
   Cincinnati, OH 45233             Email: pth2f@virginia.edu
   Status: Senior                   Status: Active

   Hagihara, Patrick                Hammond, George
   740 South Limestone                    Marian
   Lexington, Ky 40536              31 Perkins Row
   Phone: 859-257-3801              Topsfield, MA 01983-1907
   Status: Senior                   Status: Senior

   Hale Jr., Harry                  Hampson, Lawrence
         Mary                             Marjorie
   3220 E. Stanford Drive           livingston h11
   Paradise Valley, AZ 85253-7525   Montreal, QC H3g 1A4
   Phone: 602-956-5955              Phone: 514-937-1445
   Email: hwhalcjr@usa.net          Status: Senior (A)
   Status: Senior
                                    Hanaway, Michael
   Haley, Harold                          Mary
         Margaret                   University of Alabama-Birmingham
   2311 Broadway Avenue SW - D      701 S. 19th Street
   Roanoke,VA 24014-1666            Division of transplantation, lhRB
   Phone: 540-344-5933              748
   Email: hhaley2311@aol.com        Birmingham, AL 35294
   Status: Senior                   Email: Michael.Hanaway@ccc.
                                    uab.edu
                                    Status: Non-Resident

150 • CSA 2011
2011 MeMBershiP                     (continued)

Hanlon, C. Rollins             Harbrecht, Brian
      Peg                            Kathryn
American College of Surgeons   University of Louisville
633 North St. Clair Street     550 South Jackson Street
Chicago, il 60611              Dept Surgery
Phone: 312-202-5416            ACB 2nd Floor
Email: rhanlon@facs.org        Louisville, Ky 40202
Status: Senior (A)             Phone: 502-852-1729
                               Email: briang.harbrecht@
Hans, Sachinder                louisville.edu
       Bijaya                  Status: Senior (A)
St. John Macomb Hospital
28411 hoover                   Hardacre, Jeffrey
Warren, Mi 48093                     Hadley Wood, MD
Phone: 586-573-8030             University Hospitals - Case
Email: sshans@att.net          Medical Center
Status: Senior                 11100 Euclid Avenue
                               Cleveland, OH 44118
Hansen, Nora                   Phone: 216-844-7047
Feinberg School of Medicine,   Email: jeffrey.hardacre@uhhs.com
Northwestern University        Status: Active
Prentice Women’s Hospital
250 East Superior Street       Harmon, Caroll
Suite 4-420                          Twila
Chicago, il 60611              UAB Division of Pediatric Surgery
Phone: 312-472-4779            1600 7th Avenue South
Email: nhansen@nmh.org         ACC 300
Status: Active                 Birmingham, AL 35233
                               Phone: 205-939-9688
                               Email: mac.harmon@ccc.uab.edu
                               Status: Senior




                                                  CSA 2011 • 151
   2011 MeMBershiP                          (continued)

   Harms, Bruce                        Harris, Kenneth
         Judy                                Jo-Anne
   University of Wisconsin School of   University of Western Ontario
   Medicine                            Office of Education
   600 Highland Avenue                 774 echo Drive
   H4/738 CSC                          Ottawa, ON K1S 5N8
   Madison, WI 53792-7375              Phone: 613-730-6283
   Phone: 608-263-2521                 Email: kharris@uwo.ca
   Email: harms@surgery.wisc.edu       Status: Senior (A)
   Status: Senior (A)
                                       Hassan, Imran
   Harness, Jay                              Sajida Ahad
   St. Joseph Hospital                 SIU School of Medicine
   1010 W. Laveta Avenue               701 North Rutledge
   Suite 470                           P.O. Box 19638
   orange, CA 92868                    Springfield, IL 62794
   Phone: 714-564-9225                 Phone: 217-545-7230
   Email: jkharness@aol.com            Email: ihassan@siumed.edu
   Status: Senior                      Status: Active

   Harper, Paul                        Hassan, Moustafa
         Phyllis                             Elizabeth
   Mclean Memorial Research            State University of New york -
   Institute                           Upstate Medical University
   950 E. 59th Street                  750 East Adams Street
   Chicago, il 60637                   Syracuse, Ny 13210
   Phone: 773-947-5055                 Phone: 315-464-4776
   Status: Senior                      Email: hassanm@upstate.edu
                                       Status: Active
   Harrah, John
         Phyllis
   1975 Wiltshire Boulevard
   Huntington, WV 25701
   Status: Senior




152 • CSA 2011
2011 MeMBershiP                          (continued)

Hasselgren, Per-Olof                Hazelrigg, Stephen
      Ann-Britt                           Sharon (Shari)
Beth Israel Deaconess Medical       SIU School of Medicine
Center                              701 North Rutledge
Department of Surgery               Po Box 19638
330 Brookline Avenue, ST919         Springfield, IL 62794-9638
Boston, MA 02109                    Phone: 217-545-8875
Phone: 617-667-1810                 Email: shazelrigg@siumed.edu
Email: phasselg@bidmc.harvard.      Status: Senior
edu
Status: Senior (A)                  Hazey, Jeffrey
                                          imogene
Hassett, James                      The Ohio State University
      Linda                         OSU Medical Center
SUNy-Buffalo                        n724 Doan hall
100 high Street                     410 West Tenth Avenue
Buffalo, Ny 14203-1126              Columbus, OH 43210
Phone: 716-859-1344                 Phone: 614-293-3346
Email: jhassett@kaleidahealth.org   Email: jeffrey.hazey@osumc.edu
Status: Senior (A)                  Status: Active

Hau, Toni                           Heimburger, Irvin
      lee                                 Marcia
Po Box 33923                        7700 Newburgh Road
Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates     Evansville, IN 47715
Phone: 011-971-50-7410285           Phone: 812-477-1823
Email: t.hau@gmx.de                 Status: Senior
Status: Senior
                                    Heimlich, Henry
Hayward, III, Thomas                311 Straight Street
      Katharine                     Cincinnati, OH 45219
Indiana University School of        Status: Senior
Medicine
1001 W. 10th Street
Myers Bldg., Room 1014
Indianapolis, IN 46202
Phone: 317-630-6569
Email: thayward@iupui.edu
Status: Active

                                                       CSA 2011 • 153
   2011 MeMBershiP                         (continued)

   Heise, Charles                     Henderson, J. Michael
   University of Wisconsin                  Carole
   600 Highland Avenue                Cleveland Clinic Foundation
   Madison, WI 53792-7375             9500 Euclid Avenue
   Phone: 608-263-2521                Division of Surgery/E32
   Email: heise@surgery.wisc.edu      Cleveland, OH 44195
   Status: Active                     Phone: 216-444-8462
                                      Email: henderm@ccf.org
   Helling, Thomas                    Status: Senior (A)
         Kelly
   Univerity of Mississippi Medical   Henke, Peter
   Center                                   Barbara Ann
   2500 North State Street            University of Michigan Health
   Jackson, MS 39216-4505             Systems/Cardiovascular Center
   Phone: 601-815-1161                1500 E. Medical Center Drive
   Email: THelling@umc.edu            CVC, Room 5386
   Status: Senior                     Ann Arbor, MI 48109-5867
                                      Phone: 734-763-0250
   Helmsworth, James                  Email: henke@umich.edu
         Judy                         Status: Active
   840 Van Dyke
   Cincinnati, OH 45226               Henry, Mitchell
   Status: Senior (A)                       Margie
                                      The Ohio State University
   Hemmila, Mark                      Medical Center
         Adrienne                     395 W. 12th Avenue
   University of Michigan/UMHS        1st Floor, Room 130
   Trauma Burn Center                 Columbus, OH 43210-1250
   1500 E. Medical Center Drive       Phone: 614-293-4627
   1B407 uh                           Email: mitchell.henry@osumc.
   Ann Arbor, MI 48109-5033           edu
   Phone: 734-936-9666                Status: Senior
   Email: mhemmila@umich.edu
   Status: Active




154 • CSA 2011
2011 MeMBershiP                       (continued)

Hermann, Robert                  Hill, George
      Polly                            helene
1 Bratenahl Place                New Jersey Medical School
#1403                            3 Silver Spring Road
Bratenahl, oh 44108              West Orange, NJ 7052-4317
Phone: 216-268-4684              Phone: 973-736-0738
Email: rhermannmd@aol.com        Email: ghill32@comcast.net
Status: Senior (A)               Status: Senior

Hermreck, Arlo                   Himal, Harry
      Sandra                     toronto Western hospital
Retired - University of Kansas   Phone: 416-369-5802
Medical Center                   Status: Senior
511 Terrace Trail East
Lake Quivera, KS 66217           Hinchey, E. John
Phone: 913-268-9152                    Judith
Email: a.sandra@sbcglobal.net    Montreal general hospital
Status: Senior                   1650 Cedar Avenue
                                 RM 9855
Hess, Donavon                    Montreal, QC H3g 1A4
University of Minnesota          Phone: 514-934-1934 (loc44334)
420 Delaware Street S.E.         Status: Senior
MMC 195
Minneapolis, MN 55455            Hinshaw, Daniel
Phone: 612-626-4214                     Jane Carnahan, MD
Email: hessx006@umn.edu          University of Michigan/VA Medical
Status: Active                   Center
                                 2215 Fuller Road
Hieken, Tina                     Palliative Care & gRECC (11g)
      Arthur Handelman           Ann Arbor, MI 48105
Rush Medical College and         Phone: 734-769-7100 x55894
NorthShore University            Email: hinshaw@umich.edu
HealthSystem                     Status: Senior
9669 Kenton Avenue
Suite 204
Skokie, IL 60076-1227
Phone: 847-982-1095
Email: thieken@rush.edu
Status: Active

                                                    CSA 2011 • 155
   2011 MeMBershiP                          (continued)

   Hinshaw, Keith                      Hoehn, James
         Diane                               Nancy goldberg
   75 Barclay Circle                   Marshfield Clinic
   Suite 200                           Phone: 715-387-9324
   Rochester hills, Mi 48307           Email: hoehn.james@
   Phone: 248-853-9177                 marshfieldclinic.org
   Email: ad@rgsplc.com                Status: Senior
   Status: Senior (C)
                                       Holcomb, III, George
   Hiratzka, Loren                     Children’s Mercy Hospitals and
         Debra                         Clinics
   Cardiac,Vascular & Thoracic         2401 gilham Road
   Surgeons, Inc                       Kansas City, MO 64108
   4030 Smith Road                     Phone: 816-234-3578
   Suite 300                           Email: gholcomb@cmh.edu
   Cincinnati, OH 45209                Status: Senior (A)
   Phone: 513-421-3494
   Email: lfhcvts@aol.com              Holder, Thomas
   Status: Senior                            Kathryn
                                       16 Compton Court
   Hoch, II, John                      Prairie Village, KS 66208
         Valerie                       Phone: 913-383-0108
   University of Wisconsin Hospitals   Email: holdertom@aol.com
   & Clinics                           Status: Senior (A)
   600 Highland Avenue
   Rm g5321                            Holt, David
   Madison, WI 53792-7375                    Sharon
   Phone: 608-265-4420                 Loyola University Medical Center
   Email: hoch@surgery.wisc.edu        2160 South First Avenue
   Status: Senior                      Building 110, 3rd floor
                                       Maywood, IL 60153
   Hodgson, Paul                       Phone: 708-327-2539
         Oz                            Email: dholt@lumc.edu
   420 N. 61st Street                  Status: Senior
   Omaha, NE 68132-1953
   Phone: 402-558-2841
   Status: Senior (A)



156 • CSA 2011
2011 MeMBershiP                         (continued)

Hopkins, Robert                    Hoye, Robert
      Ann                                Shirley
Brown University/Miriam Hospital   549 glenda Street
164 Summit Avenue                  Santa genevieve, Mo 63670
Providence, RI 02906-2853          Phone: 914-815-0697
Phone: 401-793-4525                Status: Senior
Email: rhopkins@lifespan.org
Status: Senior (A)                 Hrabovsky, Ellen
                                   Po Box 9238
Hoshal, Jr., Verne                 Morgantown, WV 26506
       Agnes                       Status: Senior
St. Joseph Mercy Hospital
Po Box 994                         Hreno, Andrew
Ann Arbor, Mi 48106                Phone: 514-931-4700
Phone: 734-712-3971                Status: Senior
Email: vhoshal@aol.com
Status: Senior                     Hull, Tracy
                                         Carl engelman
Howard, Thomas                     Cleveland Clinic Foundation
      elaine                       9500 Euclid Avenue
Indiana University School of       Desk A30
Medicine                           Cleveland, OH 44195
Emerson Hall # 517                 Phone: 216-445-6063
545 Barnhill Drive                 Email: hullt@ccf.org
Indianapolis, IN 46202             Status: Senior
Phone: 317-274-4999
Email: tjhoward@iupui.edu          Hummel, Robert
Status: Senior (A)                 900 Adams Crossing
                                   Suite 5400
Howe, James                        Cincinnati, OH 45202
      Denise                       Status: Senior (A)
University of Iowa College of
Medicine                           Humphrey, Edward W.
200 Hawkins Drive                        noreen
4644 JCP                           95 Harbour Passage
Iowa City, IA 52242                Hilton Head Island, SC 29926
Phone: 319-356-1727                Phone: 843-681-2950
Email: james-howe@uiowa.edu        Email: ask4norie@aol.com
Status: Senior (A)                 Status: Senior (A)

                                                      CSA 2011 • 157
   2011 MeMBershiP                        (continued)

   Humphrey, Loren                   Hurst, Roger
         Janice                      University of Chicago
   3462 Woodrail Terrace             5841 S. Maryland Avenue
   Columbia, MO 65203                MC 5095
   Phone: 573-443-8213               Chicago, il 60637
   Email: ljenks@centruytel.net      Phone: 773-702-6692
   Status: Senior (A)                Email: rhurst@surgery.bsd.
                                     uchicago.edu
   Hungness, Eric                    Status: Senior
         Sarah hahn, MD
   Northwestern University           Hyde, Gordon
   676 North St. Clair                     Connie
   Suite 650                         Status: Senior
   Chicago, il 60611
   Phone: 312-695-0641               Ikramuddin, Sayeed
   Email: ehungnes@nmh.org                 Farha
   Status: Active                    University of Minnesota
                                     420 Delaware Street S.E.
   Hunter, James                     MMC 290
   Rush University Medical Center    Minneapolis, MN 55455
   1725 W. Harrison Street           Phone: 612-626-6666
   Suite 365                         Email: ikram001@umn.edu
   Chicago, il 60612                 Status: Active
   Phone: 312-942-5050
   Status: Senior                    Illig, Karl
                                           Juliet
   Hurst, James                      University of Rochester Medical
         Suzanne                     Center
   Beth Israel Deaconess Medical     601 Elmwood Avenue
   Center                            Box 652
   110 Francis Street                Rochester, nY 14642
   Suite 9F                          Phone: 585-275-6772
   Boston, MA 02215                  Email: karl_illig@urmc.rochester.
   Phone: 617-632-9581               edu
   Email: jhurst@bidmc.harvard.edu   Status: Active
   Status: Senior (A)




158 • CSA 2011
2011 MeMBershiP                     (continued)

Imbembo, Anthony               Jain, Ashok Kumar
13815 Cuba Road                      Sushma
Cockeysville, MD 21030         Temple University Hospital
Phone: 410-785-9200            3322 North Broad Street
Status: Senior (A)             Medical Office Bldg, #147
                               Philadelphia, PA 19140
Inglis, Frederic               Phone: 215-707-8538
      Carol                    Email: ashok.jain@tuhs.temple.
29 Keller Drive                edu
Belleville, ON K89 4B3         Status: Senior
Status: Senior
                               Jarrett, Fredric
Irwin, Francis                       esther
Status: Senior                 UPMC Shadyside Medical Center
                               5200 Centre Avenue
Iwatsuki, Shunzaburo           Suite 715
      Jeanette                 Pittsburgh, PA 15232-1327
Status: Senior (A)             Phone: 412-681-8720
                               Email: jarrettfF@upmc.edu
Jacobs, Lloyd                  Status: Senior
      ola
The University of Toledo       Javid, Hushang
2801 W. Bancroft Street              Dolores
M.S. 946                       22 Windemere Place
Toledo, OH 43606               grosse Pointe Farms, MI 48236
Phone: 419-530-5660            Status: Senior
Email: diane.hymore@utoledo.
edu                            Jensik, Robert
Status: Senior                       Susie
                               67 Briarwood Lane
Jacobson, Lyle F.              Oak Brook, IL 60521
      Elizabeth                Status: Senior
935 Wild Oak Drive
Santa Rosa, CA 95409
Status: Senior




                                                  CSA 2011 • 159
   2011 MeMBershiP                       (continued)

   Jeruss, Jacqueline               Joehl, Raymond
   Lynn Sage Breast Center                Julia
   250 East Superior Street         Hines VA Hospital/Loyola
   Suite 4-420                      University
   Chicago, il 60611                5000 South 5th Avenue
   Phone: 312-503-4236              Surgery Service (112)
   Email: j-jeruss@northwestern.    hines, il 60141
   edu                              Phone: 708-202-2036
   Status: Active                   Email: raymond.joehl@va.gov
                                    Status: Senior (A)
   Jewell, William
         Sheila                     Joffe, Stephen
   University of Kansas                   Sandra
   3901 Rainbow Boulevard           Joffe Foundation
   MS 1027                          8750 Red Fox Lane
   Kansas City, KS 66160            Cincinnati, OH 45243
   Phone: 913-588-6112              Phone: 513-271-0670
   Email: wjewell@kumc.edu          Email: Stephen@sjoffe.com
   Status: Senior                   Status: Senior

   Jochimsen, Peter                 Johannigman, Jay
         grace                            Cindy Dellinger, MD
   University of Iowa Hospitals &   University of Cincinnati Medical
   Clinics                          Center
   200 Hawkins Drive                231 Albert B. Sabin Way
   Iowa City, IA 52242              ML 0558
   Phone: 319-356-3584              Cincinnati, OH 45267-0558
   Email: pjochims@surgery.uiowa.   Phone: 513-558-5661
   edu                              Email: jay.johannigman@uc.edu
   Status: Senior                   Status: Senior

                                    Johnson, Christopher
                                    Medical College of Wisconsin
                                    9200 W. Wisconsin Avenue
                                    Milwaukee, WI 53226-3522
                                    Phone: 414-456-6920
                                    Email: cjohnson@mcw.edu
                                    Status: Senior


160 • CSA 2011
2011 MeMBershiP                     (continued)

Johnson, Frank                 Jones, Larry
      tami                           Donna
St. Louis University Medical   Western Pennsylvania Hospital
Center                         Dept. of Surgery, 4 North Tower
3635 Vista Avenue              4800 Friendship Avenue
Box 15250                      Pittsburgh, PA 15224
St. Louis, MO 63110-0250       Phone: 412-578-5340
Email: frank.johnson1@va.gov   Email: ljones1@wpahs.org
Status: Senior (A)             Status: Senior

Jolly, Walter                  Jordan, Jr., Prescott
      Laura                          Virginia
10101 Ditch Road               10020 Se 27th Street
Carmel, in 46032               Bellevue, WA 98004-7239
Phone: 313-338-3333            Phone: 425-454-8543
Status: Senior                 Status: Senior

Jona, Juda                     Judd, Donald
      Susan                          Carolyn
evanston hospital              603 Longboat Club Road
2650 Ridge Avenue              Long Boat Key, FL 34228-3849
#4408                          Email: drjfdl@aol.com
evanston, il 60201             Status: Senior
Phone: 847-570-2284
Email: jzj233@nwu.edu          Kagan, Richard
Status: Senior                       lisa
                               Shriners Hospital for Children
Jones, James                   3229 Burnet Avenue
      Joan                     Cincinnati, OH 45229-3095
31 laCosta Drive               Phone: 513-872-6210
Montgomery, Tx 77356-5325      Email: rkagan@shrinenet.org
Status: Senior                 Status: Senior (A)

                               Kahng, Kim U.
                               8700 Cheltenham Avenue
                               Wyndmoor, PA 19038
                               Phone: 215-836-7942
                               Status: Senior


                                                  CSA 2011 • 161
   2011 MeMBershiP                          (continued)

   Kaiser, George                      Kaplan, Edwin
   30 Joy Avenue                             Sara
   Webster groves, MO 63119-2502       The University of Chicago
   Phone: 314-962-0446                 Hospitals/Pritzker School of
   Email: kaisergc@att.net             Medicine
   Status: Senior (A)                  5841 S. Maryland Avenue
                                       MC 5031
   Kalayoglu, Munci                    Chicago, il 60637
           Belkis                      Phone: 773-702-6155
   University of Wisconsin             Email: ekaplan@surgery.bsd.
   32385 Okmeydani                     uchicago.edu
   Siali, Istanbul, Turkey             Status: Senior (A)
   Phone: 90-212-314-6666 x 2316
   Email: munci@surgery.wisc.edu       Karl, Richard
   Status: Senior                            Catherine
                                       4951 W. Bay Way Drive
   Kaminski, Donald                    Tampa, FL 33629
         Maureen                       Email: rkarl@health.usf.edu
   St. Louis University Medical        Status: Senior
   Center
   PO Box 15250                        Kashyap, Randeep
   St. Louis, MO 63110-0250            University of Rochester Medical
   Phone: 314-577-8353                 Center
   Email: kaminskidl@slu.edu           601 Elmwood Avenue
   Status: Senior (A)                  Box SuRg
                                       Rochester, nY 14642
   Kane, Timothy                       Phone: 585-275-5875
         Jennifer                      Email: randeep_kashyap@urmc.
   Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh   rochester.edu
   4401 Penn Avenue                    Status: Active
   One Childrens Hospital Drive
   Pittsburgh, PA 15224
   Phone: 412-692-7282
   Email: timothy.kane@chp.edu
   Status: Active




162 • CSA 2011
2011 MeMBershiP                       (continued)

Katz, Daniel                     Kavic, Michael
      lisa Antes, MD                    Patricia
University of Iowa Hospitals &   St. Elizabeth Health Center
Clinics                          1044 Belmont Avenue
200 Hawkins Drive (1539 JCP)     youngstown, OH 44501
Iowa City, IA 52242              Phone: 330-480-3124
Phone: 319-356-1334              Email: michael_kavic@hmis.org
Email: daniel-katz@uiowa.edu     Status: Senior
Status: Active
                                 Keen, Richard
Kauffman, Jr, Gordon                   Diane
      Christie                   Stroger Cook County Hospital
Penn State Milton S. Hershey     Department of Surgery
Medical Center                   1901 W. Harrison Street
500 University Drive             Suite 3350
MC h149                          Chicago, il 60612
Hershey, PA 17033                Phone: 312-864-3190
Phone: 717-531-8815              Email: rrkeen@hotmail.com
Email: gkauffman@psu.edu         Status: Senior
Status: Senior (A)
                                 Keith, Roger
Kaufman, Dixon                         Nancy
      Katina                     University of Saskatchewan
Northwestern University          Dept. of Surgery
675 N. Saint Clair Street        Royal University Hospital
galter 17-200                    Saskatoon, SK S7N 0W8
Chicago, il 60611                Phone: 306-966-8632
Phone: 312-695-0257              Email: roger.keith@usask.ca
Email: d-kaufman2@               Status: Senior (A)
northwestern.edu
Status: Senior (A)               Keitzer, Walter
                                        Lou
                                 2631 Amy Lane
                                 Tyler, Tx 75701
                                 Phone: 903-566-9580
                                 Email: wfk@gower.net
                                 Status: Senior




                                                    CSA 2011 • 163
   2011 MeMBershiP                      (continued)

   Kelly, Alexander                Kent, K. Craig
   56 Mapleton Road                      lisa
   gross Pointe, MI 48236-3615     University of Wisconsin School of
   Phone: 313-886-5663             Medicine and Public Health
   Status: Senior                  Department of Surgery
                                   600 Highland Avenue
   Kempczinski, Richard            Suite H4/710
   3435 golden Avenue              Madison, WI 53792
   Apt. 201                        Phone: 608-265-8854
   Cincinnati, OH 45226            Email: kent@surgery.wisc.edu
   Phone: 513-321-4724             Status: Active
   Email: kemprf@fuse.net
   Status: Senior (A)              Kessel, James
                                         Nancy
   Kennedy, Gregory                University of Missouri Hospital
         teri                      and Clinics
   University of Wisconsin         one hospital Drive
   600 Highland Avenue             DC024.00, M144
   g4/701A CSC                     Columbia, MO 65212
   Madison, WI 53792               Phone: 573-884-1880
   Phone: 608-263-1378             Email: kesselj@health.missouri.
   Email: kennedyg@surgery.wisc.   edu
   edu                             Status: Senior
   Status: Active
                                   Khaitan, Leena
   Kenney, Brian                         Devin Ockerman
         teresa                    University Hospital - geauga
   The Ohio State University       Medical Center
   700 Children’s Drive            13207 Ravenna Road
   Suite 377                       Chardon, OH 44024
   Columbus, OH 43205              Phone: 440-285-6476
   Phone: 614-722-3928             Email: leena.khaitan@uhhospitals.
   Email: brian.kenney@            org
   nationwidechildrens.org         Status: Active
   Status: Senior




164 • CSA 2011
2011 MeMBershiP                          (continued)

Khan, Seema                         King, Harold
Lynn Sage Comprehensive Breast            Betty
Center                              12919 Topping Way Drive
250 E. Superior Street              St. Louis, MO 63131-1940
Prentice 4-420                      Status: Senior (A)
Chicago, il 60611
Phone: 312-503-4236                 Kirkpatrick, John
Email: skhan@nmh.org                      Christiana
Status: Senior                      Washington hospital Center
                                    110 Irving Street N.W.
Kibbe, Melina                       NAg-253
Northwestern University -           Washington, DC 20010
Feinberg School of Medicine         Phone: 202-877-5133
675 N. Saint Clair Street           Status: Senior
Suite 650
Chicago, il 60611                   Kirsh, Marvin
Phone: 312-695-6107                       helen
Email: mkibbe@nmh.org               University of Michigan Medical
Status: Active                      Center
                                    1500 E. Medical Center Drive
Kilman, James                       2120 Taubman Center
      Priscilla                     Ann Arbor, Mi 48109-0344
4231 Jackson Place                  Phone: 734-764-4174
grove City, OH 43123                Email: marvink@umich.edu
Phone: 614-875-6570                 Status: Senior (A)
Email: leoline@aol.com
Status: Senior (A)                  Kittur, Dilip
                                          Smita
Kim, Julian                         State University of New york -
      Amy                           Upstate Medical University
University Hospitals Case Medical   750 East Adams Street
Center                              Syracuse, Ny 13210
11100 Euclid Avenue                 Phone: 315-464-6297
LKSD 5047                           Email: kitturd@upstate.edu
Cleveland, OH 44106                 Status: Senior
Phone: 216-844-8247
Email: julian.kim@uhhospitals.org
Status: Senior


                                                       CSA 2011 • 165
   2011 MeMBershiP                        (continued)

   Klein, Michael                    Knol, James
         Peggy                             Kathy
   Children’s Hospital of Michigan   University of Michigan
   3901 Beaubien                     1500 E. Medical Center Drive
   Detroit, Mi 48201-2196            SPC 5343
   Phone: 313-745-5840               2210n tC
   Email: mklein@dmc.org             Ann Arbor, MI 48109-5343
   Status: Senior                    Phone: 734-615-1600
                                     Email: jknol@umich.edu
   Knechtle, Stuart                  Status: Senior
         Mary Banks Knechtle
   Emory University School of        Knutson, Carl
   Medicine                          4000 Coronado Bay Road
   101 Woodruff Circle, #5105-       #A7
   WMB                               Coronado, CA 92118-3290
   Department of Surgery             Phone: 619-532-7579
   Atlanta, gA 30322                 Status: Senior
   Phone: 404-712-9910
   Email: stuart.knechtle@           Kodner, Ira
   emoryhealthcare.org               Washington University School of
   Status: Senior (A)                Medicine
                                     660 S. Euclid Avenue
   Knight, Peter                     14102 Queeny Tower, Box 8109
         gwyn                        St. Louis, MO 63110
   89 Dalewood Crese                 Phone: 314-454-7177
   hamilton, on l8S 4B8              Email: ijkodner@aol.com
   Phone: 905-525-1249               Status: Senior (A)
   Email: pknight@sympatico.ca
   Status: Senior                    Koffron, Alan
                                           Deanna
                                     Northwestern University
                                     Phone: 312-695-1703
                                     Email: akoffron@nmh.org
                                     Status: Active




166 • CSA 2011
2011 MeMBershiP                        (continued)

Koltun, Walter                    Kosir, Mary
      Debra                       Wayne State University
M.S. Hershey Medical Center       Po Box 983
PO Box 850                        Warren, Mi 48090
Division of Colon & Rectal        Phone: 313-576-8490
Surgery - H13                     Email: mkosir@dmc.org
Hershey, PA 17033                 Status: Senior
Phone: 717-531-5164
Email: wkoltun@psu.edu            Koven, Irving
Status: Senior (A)                      Florence
                                  342 Spadina Road
Konnak, John                      unit 101
      Betty                       Toronto, ON M5P 2V4
University of Michigan Medical    Phone: 416-927-8119
Center                            Email: ikoven@sympatico.ca
2906 Park Ridge Drive             Status: Senior
Ann Arbor, Mi 48103
Phone: 734-994-0829               Kraft, Richard
Email: jkonnak@umich.edu                Jean
Status: Senior                    323 Rock Creek Court
                                  Ann Arbor, Mi 48104
Koontz, Jr., Paul                 Email: rkraft@umich.edu
      Susan                       Status: Senior (A)
9505 State Line Road, #12
Kansas City, MO 64114             Kraybill, William
Phone: 816-941-8150                     Judith
Status: Senior                    Saint Lukes Hospital of Kansas
                                  City
Kortbeek, John                    4401 Wornall Road
      Vici                        Medical Plaza I, Suite 420
University of Calgary/Foothills   Kansas City, MO 64111-3220
Medical Centre                    Phone: 816-932-5602
1403 29th Street N.W.             Email: wkraybill@saint-lukes.org
Calgary, AB T2N 2T9               Status: Senior (A)
Phone: 403-944-1697
Email: john.kortbeek@
calgaryhealthregion.ca
Status: Active


                                                     CSA 2011 • 167
   2011 MeMBershiP                        (continued)

   Krusch, David                     Ladd, Alan
         Deborah                           Tonya
   University of Rochester           Riley Hospital for Children
   601 Elmwood Avenue                705 Riley Hospital Drive
   Box Surgery                       Suite 2500
   Rochester, nY 14642               Indianapolis, IN 46202
   Phone: 585-275-5027               Phone: 317-274-4682
   Email: david_drusch@urmc.         Email: aladd@iupui.edu
   rochester.edu                     Status: Active
   Status: Senior
                                     Lafreniere, Rene
   Kulaylat, Mahmoud                       Zam Zam
         Patricia A. Todd-Kulaylat   University of Calgary
   SUNy-Buffalo                      1403 29th Street N.W.
   100 high Street                   Calgary, AB T2N 2T9
   Buffalo, Ny 14203                 Phone: 403-944-8632
   Phone: 716-859-2050               Email: rene.lafreniere@shaw.ca
   Email: mkulaylat@kaleidahealth.   Status: Senior (A)
   org
   Status: Senior                    Lairmore, Terry
                                           Karen
   La Fave, James                    Scott & White Memorial Hospital
         gail                        2401 South 31st Street
   310 Smith Avenue                  Temple, Tx 76508
   N #330                            Phone: 254-724-5918
   St. Paul, MN 55102-2378           Email: Tlairmore@swmail.sw.org
   Status: Senior                    Status: Non-Resident

   La Plante, E. Schrae              Lalka, Stephen
   Morgantown Surgery                      Valerie
   Status: Senior                    Sanger Heart & Vascular Institute
                                     1000 Blythe Boulevard
                                     Suite 300
                                     Charlotte, nC 28203
                                     Phone: 704-355-8188
                                     Status: Senior




168 • CSA 2011
2011 MeMBershiP                        (continued)

Landreneau, Rodney                Laufman, Harold
      Sandra                      toronto general hospital
UPMC Shadyside Medical Center     31 East 72nd Street
5200 Centre Avenue                New york, Ny 10021
Suite 715                         Phone: 212-737-4343
Pittsburgh, PA 15232-1327         Email: halauf@aol.com
Phone: 412-623-2030               Status: Senior (A)
Email: landreneaurj@upmc.edu
Status: Senior (A)                Lavery, Ian
                                        Karen
Lane, G. Alan                     Cleveland Clinic Foundation
      Corky                       9500 Euclid Avenue
Po Box 220                        Desk A111
Stayner, ON L0M 1S0               Cleveland, OH 44195
Status: Senior                    Phone: 216-444-6930
                                  Status: Senior
Lanzafame, Raymond
      Patricia                    Lazaro, Eric
Raymond J. Lanzafame, MD PLLC           Babs
757 Titus Avenue                  New Jersey Medical School
Rochester, nY 14617-3930          185 S. Orange Avenue
Phone: 585-266-2150               Newark, NJ 07103-2425
Email: ray.lanzafame@viahealth.   Phone: 217-456-4759
org                               Status: Senior
Status: Senior
                                  Leapman, Stephen
Larson, Gerald                          Judith
      Kristine                    Phone: 317-278-6513
University of Louisville          Email: sleapma@iupui.edu
550 South Jackson Street          Status: Senior
Ambulatory Care Bldg, 2nd FL
550 South Jackson Street          Leather, Robert
Louisville, Ky 40292              Albany Medical College
Phone: 502-852-5452               47 New Scotland Avenue
Email: gmlars01@louisville.edu    MC157
Status: Senior                    Albany, Ny 12208
                                  Phone: 518-262-5640
                                  Status: Senior (A)


                                                     CSA 2011 • 169
   2011 MeMBershiP                        (continued)

   Ledgerwood, Anna                  Lemmon, Gary
   Wayne State University                  Kim
   4201 St. Antoine                  Indiana University Vascular
   Room 2V                           Surgery
   Detroit, Mi 48201                 1801 N. Senate Boulevard
   Phone: 313-745-3485               MPC II, Suite 3500
   Email: aledgerw@med.wayne.edu     Indianapolis, IN 46202
   Status: Senior (A)                Phone: 317-962-0280
                                     Email: gwlemmon@iupui.edu
   Lee, Jai Hoon                     Status: Senior
   Cardiothoracic Surgery group
   llC                               Lempert, Neil
   Professional Center north               Judith
   75 Arch St, #407                  19 Pheasant lane
   Akron, OH 44304-1433              Delmar, Ny 12054
   Phone: 330-384-9001               Phone: 518-439-6747
   Status: Senior                    Status: Senior (A)

   Lee, Kenneth K.W.                 Lempke, Robert
         Sharon                            Mary Baker Lempke
   University of Pittsburgh          Indiana University School of
   497 Scaife hall                   Medicine (Emeritus)
   3550 Terrace Street               4801 Homewood Drive
   Pittsburgh, PA 15261              West Lafayette, IN 47906-5632
   Phone: 412-647-0457               Phone: 765-463-4019
   Email: leek@msx.upmc.edu          Email: relempke@aol.com
   Status: Senior                    Status: Senior

   Lelli, Jr., Joseph                Lenahan, Norris
   Children’s Hospital of Michigan         ernestine
   3901 Beaubien Boulevard           Status: Senior
   Detroit, Mi 48201-2119
   Phone: 313-831-3220               Leonard, Arnold
   Email: jlelli@dmc.org                   Mary
   Status: Senior                    University of Minnesota Hospital
                                     420 Delaware Street S.E.
                                     Minneapolis, MN 55455
                                     Phone: 612-373-8811
                                     Status: Senior

170 • CSA 2011
2011 MeMBershiP                       (continued)

Leventhal, Joseph                Lewis, Ronald
675 N. Saint Clair Street        Ottawa University
Chicago, il 60611                280A-1053 Carling Avenue
Status: Active                   Ottawa, ON K1y 4E9
                                 Email: rlewis@ottawahospital.
Levitsky, Sidney                 on.ca
      Lynne                      Status: Senior
Beth Israel Deaconess Medical
Center                           Lillemoe, Keith
110 Francis Street                     Cheryl
Suite 2A                         Indiana University School of
Boston, MA 02215                 Medicine
Phone: 617-632-8383              545 Barnhill Drive
Email: slevitsk@caregroup.       eh 203
harvard.edu                      Indianapolis, IN 46202
Status: Senior (A)               Phone: 317-274-5707
                                 Email: klillemo@iupui.edu
Lew, John                        Status: Senior
      Alexandra
University of Miami Leonard M.   Lind, James
Miller School of Medicine              Dottie
1120 N.W. 14th Street            Eastern Virginia Medical School
CRB 4th Floor (M-875)            825 Fairfax Avenue
Miami, FL 33136                  Norfolk,VA 23507
Phone: 305-243-4211, ext 3       Phone: 757-446-8950
Email: jlew@med.miami.edu        Status: Senior (A)
Status: Active (C)
                                 Lindenauer, S. Martin
Lewis, Frank                           Marilyn
      Janet                      University of Michigan
American Board of Surgery        2228 Belmont Road
1617 JFK Blvd., Suite 860        Ann Arbor, Mi 48104
Philadelphia, PA 19103           Phone: 734-973-1752
Phone: 215-568-4000              Email: smartinl@umich.edu
Email: flewis@absurgery.org      Status: Senior (A)
Status: Senior (A)




                                                    CSA 2011 • 171
   2011 MeMBershiP                         (continued)

   Lindsey, David                     Locicero, III, Joseph
         Loryn                              Martha
   The Ohio State University          1158 Church Street
   395 W 12th Avenue                  Mobile, Al 36604
   Room 634                           Phone: 251-591-0061
   Columbus, OH 43210                 Email: lociceroj@comcast.net
   Phone: 614-293-6684                Status: Senior (A)
   Email: dlindsey003@columbus.
   rr.com                             Lohmuller, Joseph
   Status: Senior (C)                       Ann
                                      Davenport Surgical group, P.C.
   Little, Alex                       1228 East Rusholme Street
         Louise                       Suite 302
   University of Arizona College of   Davenport, IA 52803
   Medicine                           Phone: 563-823-9300
   9731 N. Horizon Vista Place        Email: lohmuller@genesishealth.
   Tuscon, AZ 85704                   com
   Phone: 520-498-5154                Status: Senior
   Email: alexlittle@att.net
   Status: Senior (A)                 Longo, Walter
                                            Janice
   Liu, Katherine                     yale University School of
         heber MacMahon, MD           Medicine
   2144 N. Cleveland Avenue           330 Cedar Street
   Chicago, il 60614                  lh 118, Po Box 208062
   Phone: 773-718-0863                New Haven, CT 06520
   Email: rliu@rush.edu               Phone: 203-785-2616
   Status: Senior                     Email: walter.longo@yale.edu
                                      Status: Senior
   Lloyd, Larry
         Linda                        Loren, Alan
   Beaumont grosse Pointe Hospital          Sandra
   468 Cadieux Road                   Northwest Community Hospital
   Administration 3rd Floor           880 W. Central Road
   grosse Pointe, Mi 48230            Suite 3800
   Phone: 313-343-1564                Arlington Heights, IL 60005
   Email: larry.lloyd@beaumont.edu    Phone: 847-483-9800
   Status: Senior                     Email: alorenmd@comcast.net
                                      Status: Senior

172 • CSA 2011
2011 MeMBershiP                         (continued)

Lowery, Brian                      Ludwig, Kirk
      Mary                         Medical College of Wisconsin
PO Box 163235                      Department of Surgery
Austin, Tx 78716-3235              9200 W. Wisconsin Avenue
Status: Senior                     Milwaukee, WI 53226
                                   Phone: 414-805-5783
Lucas, Charles                     Email: kludwig@mcw.edu
      Suzane                       Status: Active (C)
Wayne State University
4201 St. Antoine Avenue            Lund, Dennis
Room 2V                                  Cynthia Palmer Spencer
Detroit, Mi 48201                  University of Wisconsin Hospitals
Phone: 313-745-3485                & Clinics
Email: clucas@med.wayne.edu        600 Highland Avenue
Status: Senior (A)                 H4/710A CSC
                                   Madison, WI 53792-7375
Lucas, Robert                      Phone: 608-263-9419
      Barbara                      Email: lund@surgery.wisc.edu
521 MacWilliams Lane               Status: Senior (A)
Royal Oak, MI 48067
Phone: 810-551-6161                Lynn, Hugh
Status: Senior                           lee
                                   115 Elderberry Court
Luchette, Fred                     Winchester,VA 22603
      Barbara                      Status: Senior
Loyola University Medical Center
Dept. of Surgery                   Mack, Eberhard
2160 South First Avenue                  elisabeth
Maywood, IL 60153                  University of Wisconsin
Phone: 708-327-2782                4410 Regent Street
Email: fluchet@lumc.edu            Madison, WI 53705
Status: Senior (A)                 Phone: 608-233-9746
                                   Email: mac@apmadison.com
                                   Status: Senior




                                                      CSA 2011 • 173
   2011 MeMBershiP                         (continued)

   Mackenzie, James                   Magee, John
         Melinda                      University of Michigan Health
   125 Paterson Street                Systems
   CAB                                2922 Taubman
   New Brunswick, NJ 08901            Box 5331
   Phone: 908-235-7802                Ann Arbor, Mi 48109
   Status: Senior (A)                 Phone: 734-936-9623
                                      Email: mageej@umich.edu
   MacLean, Lloyd                     Status: Senior (A)
         eleanor
   Royal Victoria Hospital            Magnuson, David
   687 Pine Avenue West                     Heidi
   Montreal, QC H3A 1A1               Cleveland Clinic Foundation
   Phone: 514-843-1533                9500 Euclid Avenue
   Email: lmaclean@is.rvh.mcgill.ca   Cleveland, OH 44106
   Status: Senior (A)                 Status: Senior

   Madura, II, James                  Magovern, George
         Sharon                             Ann
   Mayo Clinic                        Allegheny general Hospital
   Department of Surgery              490 E. North Avenue, #302
   5777 East Mayo Boulevard           Pittsburgh, PA 15212
   Phoenix, AZ 85054                  Phone: 412-359-3715
   Phone: 480-342-1051                Status: Senior (A)
   Email: madura.james@mayo.edu
   Status: Active                     Maher, James
                                            Carol
   Madura, James                      MCV Hospitals and Physicians
         loretta                      1200 E Broad Street, Room 15-
   Indiana University                 416
   9525 Copley Drive                  PO Box 980519
   Indianapolis, IN 46260             Richmond,VA 23298
   Phone: 317-846-5415                Phone: 804-828-0687
   Email: jmadura1@comcast.net        Status: Senior
   Status: Senior




174 • CSA 2011
2011 MeMBershiP                        (continued)

Mahvi, David                      Mammen, Joshua
      Chris                             Julie
Northwestern University           University of Kansas
676 St. Clair                     3901 Rainbow Boulevard
Suite 650                         4000 Murphy Bldg., MS 2005
Chicago, il 60611                 Kansas City, KS 66160
Phone: 312-695-1419               Phone: 913-588-0022
Email: dmahvi@nmh.org             Email: jmammen2@kumc.edu
Status: Senior (A)                Status: Active (C)

Makowka, Leonard                  Mandelbaum, Isidore
      Cyndy                             gerry
Endogenx                          Phone: 317-225-7550
15595 Los gatos Boulevard         Status: Senior
Los gatos, CA 95032
Phone: 408-357-7100               Mansour, Edward
Email: drmak@aol.com                    Mary Beth
Status: Senior (A)                Case Western Reserve University
                                  2500 MetroHealth Drive
Malangoni, Mark A.                Cleveland, OH 44109
  Nancy                           Phone: 216-778-4394
American Board of Surgery         Email: emansour@metrohealth.
1617 John F. Kennedy Blvd.        org
Suite 860                         Status: Senior
Philadelphia, PA 19103-1847
Phone: 215-568-4000 ext114        Mansour, M. Ashraf
Fax: 215-563-5718                       Julie
Email: mmalangoni@absurgery.org   Michigan State University
Status: Senior (A)                221 Michigan Street ne
                                  Suite 200A
                                  grand Rapids, MI 49503-2543
Mallette, William                 Phone: 616-391-1691
      Darleen                     Email: ashmans2@aol.com
Status: Senior                    Status: Senior




                                                     CSA 2011 • 175
   2011 MeMBershiP                          (continued)

   Margolin, David                     Marshall, J. Stephen
         Jeanne Rademacher                   Michele
   Ochsner Clinical Foundation         Peoria Surgical group, Ltd.
   hospital                            1001 Main Street
   1514 Jefferson Highway              Suite 300
   New Orleans, LA 70121               Peoria, il 61606
   Phone: 504-842-4060                 Phone: 309-495-0200
   Email: damargolin@ochsner.org       Email: smars1258@comcast.net
   Status: Non-Resident                Status: Senior

   Marks, Jeffrey                      Martin, Jr., Edward
         gayle                               Mary
   University Hospitals                Ohio State University
   Case Medical Center                 410 W. 10th Avenue
   11100 Euclid Avenue                 Doan hall north 901
   Cleveland, OH 44106                 Columbus, OH 43210
   Phone: 216-983-4930                 Phone: 614-293-8843
   Email: jeffrey.marks@uhhospitals.   Email: edward.martin@osu.
   org                                 mc.edu
   Status: Active                      Status: Senior

   Marsh, James                        Martin, Lester W.
   University of Pittsburgh Medical          Joan
   Center/Thomas E. Starzl             3094 Waynesville Road
   Transplant Institute                Bellbrook, OH 45305-9741
   3459 Fifth Avenue, 7S-MUH           Phone: 937-848-2305
   Pittsburgh, PA 15213                Status: Senior (A)
   Phone: 412-647-5688
   Email: marshw@upmc.edu              Martin, Louis F.
   Status: Senior                            Debbie
                                       228 Pelican Drive Se
                                       Moses Lake, WA 98837
                                       Status: Senior




176 • CSA 2011
2011 MeMBershiP                          (continued)

Martin, Robert                     Mason, G. Robert
      Sarah                              Rosemary
University of Louisville           846 Bonnie Brae
Division of Surgical Oncology      River Forest, IL 60305
315 East Broadway                  Phone: 708-771-5077
Suite 313                          Email: grmason@earthlink.net
Louisville, Ky 40202               Status: Senior (A)
Phone: 502-629-3355
Email: robert.martin@louisville.   Mason, James
edu                                      Anabel
Status: Active                     4620 N. Catamount Trail
                                   Ada, MI 49301
Marvin, Michael                    Email: jimbomd30@aol.com
University of Louisville           Status: Senior
Jewish Hospital
transplant Center                  Massad, Malek
200 Abraham Flexner Way                  Helene Rubeiz, MD
Louisville, Ky 40202               University of Illinois Medical
Phone: 502-587-4607                Center
Email: michael.marvin@jhsmh.org    840 South Wood Street
Status: Active (C)                 Suite 417 CSB, MC958
                                   Chicago, il 60612
Mason, Edward                      Phone: 312-996-4942
      Dordana                      Email: mmassad@uic.edu
University of Iowa                 Status: Senior
Department of Surgery
5 Melrose Circle                   Matsumura, Jon
Iowa City, IA 52246                      Amy
Phone: 319-356-2779                University of Wisconsin
Email: edward-mason@uiowa.         600 Highland Avenue
edu                                g5/325
Status: Senior (A)                 Madison, WI 53792
                                   Phone: 608-265-4420
                                   Email: matsumura@surgery.wisc.
                                   edu
                                   Status: Active




                                                       CSA 2011 • 177
   2011 MeMBershiP                       (continued)

   Mattar, Samer                    Mayes, James Thomas
         tallah                           Janet
   Indiana University               Virginia Hospital Center
   Phone: 317-275-6010              1625 N. george Mason
   Email: smattar@iupui.edu         Suite 334
   Status: Senior                   Arlington,VA 22205
                                    Phone: 703-717-4250
   Matthews, Brent                  Email: mayesjt@hotmail.com
   Washington University            Status: Senior
   Department of Surgery
   660 S. Euclid Avenue, 8109       Mays, E. Truman
   St. Louis, MO 63110                    Barbara
   Phone: 314-454-8877              25 Freedom Way, #2
   Email: matthewsbr@wustl.edu      Somerset, Ky 42503
   Status: Active                   Phone: 606-679-5629
                                    Status: Senior
   Matthews, Jeffrey
         Joan                       McCafferty, Michael
   University of Chicago                  Maryann
   5841 S. Maryland Avenue          University of Louisville
   MC 5029                          550 South Jackson Street
   Chicago, il 60637                Department of Surgery
   Phone: 773-702-0881              Louisville, Ky 40202
   Email: jmatthews@uchicago.edu    Phone: 502-852-1676
   Status: Senior (A)               Email: m0mcca03@gwise.
                                    louisville.edu
   Mattos, Mark                     Status: Senior
   Wayne State University Medical
   School                           McCarthy, Mary
   Phone: 313-745-0001                    Charles Bales
   Email: mmattos@med.wayne.edu     Wright State University,
   Status: Senior                   Department of Surgery, Miami
                                    Valley Hospital
   Max, Martin                      1 Wyoming Street
         Celia                      Suite 7000 CHE
   VA Medical Center                Dayton, OH 45409
   10000 Bay Pines Boulevard        Phone: 937-208-2468
   Bay Pines, FL 33744              Email: mary.mccarthy@wright.edu
   Status: Senior                   Status: Senior

178 • CSA 2011
2011 MeMBershiP                         (continued)

McCarthy, Walter                   McDonald, John
      Mary                               Martha
Rush University Medical Center     lSu health Sciences Center -
1725 W Harrison                    Shreveport
Suite 1156                         Po Box 33932
Chicago, il 60612                  Shreveport, lA 71130
Phone: 312-942-8272                Phone: 318-675-5242
Email: walter_mccarthy@rush.       Email: jmcdon@lsuhsc.edu
edu                                Status: Senior (A)
Status: Senior
                                   McElhinney, William T.
McChesney, Lawrence                      Ruth
      Susan                        Status: Senior
1365 Osprey Avenue
Naples, FL 34102                   McFadden, Andrew
Email: lamcchesney@netzero.net           Barbara
Status: Senior                     University of Saskatchewan
                                   103 hospital Drive
McCloskey, Carol                   Saskatoon, SK S7N 0W8
University of Pittsburgh Medical   Phone: 306-966-8172
Center                             Email: a.mcfadden@usask.ca
3180 Boulevard of the Allies       Status: Senior
Suite 390
Pittsburgh, PA 15213               McHenry, Christopher
Phone: 412-641-3676                      Stephanie
Email: mccloskeyc@upmc.edu         MetroHealth Medical Center
Status: Active                     Department of Surgery H-918
                                   2500 MetroHealth Drive
McDonald, Gerald                   Cleveland, OH 44109-1998
      irma                         Phone: 216-778-4753
Status: Senior                     Email: cmchenry@metrohealth.
                                   org
                                   Status: Senior (A)




                                                      CSA 2011 • 179
   2011 MeMBershiP                      (continued)

   McIlrath, Donald C.             McLean, A. Peter
         Alice                           Ariane
   2525 Hillside Lane SW           Royal Victoria Hospital
   Rochester, MN 55902             687 Pines Avenue
   Phone: 507-284-2511             #S730
   Status: Senior (A)              Montreal, QC H3A 1A1
                                   Phone: 514-842-1231
   McKinnon, J. Gregory            Status: Senior
         Brenda Lee
   University of Calgary           McLeod, Michael
   1331 29th St nW                       Terry
   Calgary, AB T2N 4N2             Michigan State University
   Phone: 403-521-3179             Sparrow Professional Building
   Email: mckinnon@ucalgary.ca     1200 E. Michigan Avenue
   Status: Senior                  Suite 655
                                   lansing, Mi 48912
   McKinsey, James                 Phone: 517-267-2493
   Ny Presbyterian Hospital        Email: michael.mcleod@hc.msu.
   161 Fort Washington Ave         edu
   Suite 648                       Status: Senior
   New york, Ny 10032
   Phone: 212-342-3255             McLeod, Robin S.
   Email: jfm2111@columbia.edu           John
   Status: Senior                  Mt. Sinai Hospital
                                   600 University Avenue, #449
   McLafferty, Robert B.           Toronto, ON M5g 1x5
         erica nelson, MD          Phone: 416-586-8534
   SIU Surgery Clinic              Email: rmcleod@mtsinai.on.ca
   Po Box 19680                    Status: Senior (A)
   Springfield, IL 62794-9680
   Phone: 217-545-7983
   Email: rmclafferty@siumed.edu
   Status: Active




180 • CSA 2011
2011 MeMBershiP                           (continued)

McMasters, Kelly                     Meguid, Michael
      Beth                           State University of New york -
University of Louisville             Upstate Medical University
Dept of Surgery ACB 2nd Floor        Phone: 315-464-6277
550 S Jackson Street                 Email: meguidm@upstate.edu
Louisville, Ky 40202                 Status: Senior (A)
Phone: 502-852-5447
Email: kelly.mcmasters@louisville.   Melnick, David
edu                                        Mollie Kane
Status: Active                       University of Wisconsin Medical
                                     Foundation
McPhedran, N. Tait                   1 South Park Street
      Jean                           Madison, WI 53715-1375
342 11479 Valley Ridge Drive         Phone: 608-287-2100
WW                                   Email: dmelnick@wisc.edu
Calgary, AB T3B5V5                   Status: Active
Phone: 403-246-3033
Status: Senior (A)                   Melvin, W. Scott
                                           Meg
McPherson, Richard C.                The Ohio State University
      DJ                             410 West 10th Avenue
2008 Spruce Drive                    n729 Doan hall
Lafayette, IN 47905                  Columbus, OH 43210
Phone: 765-449-8152                  Phone: 614-293-9989
Status: Senior                       Email: scott.melvin@osumc.edu
                                     Status: Senior (A)
Meakins, Jonathan
      Jacqueline                     Mentzer, Jr., Robert
Status: Senior (A)                         Monika
                                     Wayne State University
Meckstroth, Charles                  1241 Scott hall
      Emily                          Detroit, Mi 48201
Ohio State University (Professor     Phone: 313-577-1335
Emeritus)                            Status: Senior (A)
3921 Bramford Road
Columbus, OH 43220-4769
Phone: 614-451-2138
Status: Senior


                                                        CSA 2011 • 181
   2011 MeMBershiP                          (continued)

   Merion, Robert                      Meyer, Kenneth
         Debbie                              Alice
   University of Michigan              118 hillcrest Drive
   2922 Taubman Center                 Sayre, PA 18840-1006
   1500 Medical Center Drive           Phone: 570-888-7886
   Box 5331                            Email: kmeyer@stny.rr.com
   Ann Arbor, Mi 48109                 Status: Senior
   Phone: 734-936-7336
   Status: Senior (A)                  Michaelis, Lawrence
                                             eleanor
   Merrick, III, Hollis Warren         PO Box 5262
         Mary                          Carefree, AZ 85377-5262
   Medical College of Ohio             Phone: 312-926-7277
   3000 Arlington Avenue               Status: Senior
   Toledo, OH 43614-2595
   Phone: 419-383-4421                 Michalsky, Marc
   Email: hmerrick@mco.edu             The Ohio State University/
   Status: Senior (A)                  Columbus Children’s Hospital
                                       700 Children’s Drive
   Merrill, Walter                     Columbus, OH 43205
         Morgan                        Phone: 614-722-3915
   University of Mississippi Medical   Email: michalsky@chi.osu.edu
   Center                              Status: Active
   2500 N. State Street
   Division of Cardiothoracic          Michelassi, Fabrizio
   Surgery                                   Caren heller, MD
   Jackson, MS 39216                   Weill Cornell Medical College
   Phone: 601-984-5176                 525 East 68th Street
   Email: wmerrill@surgery.            Box 129, Rm. F-739
   umsmed.edu                          New york, Ny 10065
   Status: Senior (A)                  Phone: 212-746-5143
                                       Email: fam2006@med.cornell.edu
   Metcalf, Amanda                     Status: Senior (A)
         Dennis
   University of Iowa Hospital
   1504 John Colloton Pavilion
   200 Hawkins Drive
   Iowa City, IA 52242
   Status: Senior

182 • CSA 2011
2011 MeMBershiP                          (continued)

Miedema, Brent                      Miller, Fletcher
      Renee                               Marjorie
University of Missouri - Columbia   38723 Mink Lane
one hospital Drive                  Pine River, MN 56474
MC520, DC075.00                     Phone: 858-675-9697
Columbia, MO 65212                  Email: fltcmill@tds.net
Phone: 573-882-9041                 Status: Senior (A)
Email: miedemab@health.
missouri.edu                        Miller, Frank B.
Status: Senior                      University of Louisville
                                    550 S. Jackson Street
Mikami, Dean                        Louisville, Ky 40292
      Shelley                       Phone: 502-852-1709
The Ohio State Univeristy           Email: fbmill01@louisville.edu
410 West 10th Avenue                Status: Senior
717 Doan hall
Columbus, OH 43210                  Miller, Grant
Phone: 614-293-4695                       Wendy
Email: dean.mikami@osumc.edu        University of Saskatchewan
Status: Active                      Dept of Surgery
                                    Royal University Hospital
Milas, Mira                         Saskatoon, SK S7N OW8
The Cleveland Clinic                Phone: 306-966-8141
9500 Euclid Avenue                  Email: grant.miller@usask.ca
Endocrine Surgery F20               Status: Senior
Cleveland, OH 44195
Phone: 216-444-4985                 Miller, Joshua
Email: milasm@ccf.org                     Roberta
Status: Active                      1932 Alcoa Highway Suite 255
                                    Knoxville, IL 37920
Miller, Charles                     Status: Senior (A)
      erica
Cleveland Clinic Foundation
9500 Euclid Avenue
Desk A100
Cleveland, OH 44195
Phone: 216-445-2381
Email: millerc8@ccf.org
Status: Senior

                                                       CSA 2011 • 183
   2011 MeMBershiP                        (continued)

   Miller, Michael                   Mittal, Sumeet
         Deborah                     Creighton University
   The Ohio State University         601 N. 30th Street
   410 West Tenth Avenue             Department of Surgery
   n-809 Doan hall                   omaha, ne 68131
   Columbus, OH 43210                Phone: 402-280-4213
   Phone: 614-293-9885               Email: skmittal@creighton.edu
   Email: michael.miller@osumc.edu   Status: Active
   Status: Senior
                                     Moffatt-Bruce, Susan
   Miller, Sidney                          Nigel Bruce
         Babs                        The Ohio State University
   The Ohio State University         410 West 10th Avenue
   n748 Doan hall                    n839 Doan hall
   410 W 10th Avenue                 Columbus, OH 43210
   Columbus, OH 43210                Phone: 614-293-4509
   Phone: 614-293-5710               Email: susan.moffatt-bruce@
   Email: sidney.miller@osumc.edu    osumc.edu
   Status: Senior (A)                Status: Active

   Miskulin, Judiann                 Monge, James
   Indiana University Hospital             Mary Ann
   545 Barnhill Drive                3131 East 1st Avenue
   Emerson Hall 515                  Duluth, MN 55812
   Indianapolis, IN 46202            Phone: 218-722-8364
   Phone: 317-274-4967               Email: jmonge@d.umn.edu
   Email: jumiskul@iupui.edu         Status: Senior
   Status: Active
                                     Moore, Ernest
   Mitchell, C.L.                          Sarah
         irene                       Denver Health Medical Center
   Status: Senior                    777 Bannock Street
                                     MC0206
                                     Denver, CO 80204-4507
                                     Phone: 303-436-6558
                                     Email: emoore@dhha.org
                                     Status: Senior (A)




184 • CSA 2011
2011 MeMBershiP                          (continued)

Moore, Thomas                       Moulder, Peter V.
      Beth                                Jane
Harbor-UCLA Medical Center          Louisiana State University Medical
1000 W. Carson Street               Center
Box 25                              Phone: 504-568-8199
Torrance, CA 90509                  Email: pmould@lsuhsc.edu
Phone: 310-222-3821                 Status: Senior (A)
Status: Senior (A)
                                    Mowlem, Albert
Moorman, Donald                     1980 W. County Road B
West Penn Allegheny Health          St. Paul, MN 55113
System                              Phone: 612-631-1419
320 East North Avenue               Status: Senior
South Tower, 5th Floor, Suite 568
Pittsburgh, PA 15212                Moylan, Joseph
Phone: 412-359-4159                       Ann Carole
Email: dmoorman@wpahs.org           Status: Senior (A)
Status: Senior
                                    Mozes, Martin
Morasch, Mark                             Chava
      gemma                         gift of hope
Northwestern University             425 Spring Lake Drive
676 North St. Clair                 itasca, il 60143
Suite 650                           Phone: 630-758-2729
Chicago, il 60611                   Email: mmozes@giftofhope.org
Phone: 312-695-2716                 Status: Senior
Email: mmorasch@nmh.org
Status: Active                      Mueller, C. Barber
                                          Jean
Moss, Gerald                        139 Dalewood Crescent
      Wilma                         hamilton, on l8S 4B8
University of Illinois              Phone: 905-522-4819
1853 West Polk Street               Email: cbarbermueller@cogego.
MC 784                              ca
Chicago, il 60612                   Status: Senior (A)
Phone: 312-996-3500
Email: gmoss@uic.edu
Status: Senior (A)


                                                         CSA 2011 • 185
   2011 MeMBershiP                        (continued)

   Mulder, David                     Munshi, Imtiaz
         norma                             Angela
   Mcgill University Health Centre   VA Medical Center
   L.9512                            1481 West 10th Street
   Montreal general hospital         Emerson Hall 537
   1650 Cedar Avenue                 Indianapolis, IN 46202
   Montreal, QC H3g1A4               Phone: 317-988-2160
   Phone: 514-935-4888               Email: imunshi@iupui.edu
   Email: david.mulder@muhc.         Status: Active
   mcgill.ca
   Status: Senior (A)                Murayama, Kenric
                                           norma
   Mulholland, Michael               Penn Presbyterian Medical Center
         Patricia                    51 N. 39th Street
   University of Michigan            Suite W266
   2101 Taubman Center               Philadelphia, PA 19104
   1500 E. Medical Center Drive      Phone: 215-662-9580
   Ann Arbor, Mi 48109               Email: Kenric.Murayama@uphs.
   Phone: 734-936-3236               upenn.edu
   Email: micham@umich.edu           Status: Senior
   Status: Senior (A)
                                     Mureebe, Leila
   Mullens, J. Edward                Duke University Medical Center
         Elizabeth                   Room 6201, DuMC 3467
   University of Toronto             Durham, NC 27710
   245 Second Avenue W               Phone: 919-681-2800
   Owen Sound, ON N4K 6x3            Email: leila.mureebe@duke.edu
   Phone: 519-376-9587               Status: Active
   Email: emullens@sympatico.ca
   Status: Senior                    Muscarella, Peter
                                           Sheryl
                                     The Ohio State University
                                     n711 Doan hall
                                     410 West 10th Avenue
                                     Columbus, OH 43210
                                     Phone: 614-293-5815
                                     Email: pete.muscarella@osumc.
                                     edu
                                     Status: Active

186 • CSA 2011
2011 MeMBershiP                        (continued)

Myers, William                    Najafi, Hassan
      Lois Payne                        Marsha
Status: Senior                    Rush University Medical Center
                                  1725 W. Harrison Street
Nagorney, David                   Suite 1156
      Kate                        Chicago, il 60612
Mayo Clinic                       Phone: 312-942-6583
200 First Street S.W.             Status: Senior (A)
Rochester, MN 55905
Phone: 507-284-4321               Najarian, John
Email: nagorney.david@mayo.edu          Mignette
Status: Senior (A)                University of Minnesota
                                  516 Delaware Street SE
Nagy, Kimberly                    UMHC 195
John H. Stroger Jr. Hospital of   Minneapolis, MN 55455
Cook County                       Phone: 612-625-8444
1900 W. Polk Street, #1300        Email: najar001@umn.edu
Chicago, il 60612                 Status: Senior (A)
Phone: 312-864-2750
Email: knagy@                     Nakeeb, Attila
cookcountytrauma.org                    Rose
Status: Senior                    Indiana University School of
                                  Medicine
Nahrwold, David                   535 Barnhill Drive
      Carolyn                     Rt 130
Northwestern University           Indianapolis, IN 46202
2052 Claridge Court               Phone: 317-274-6049
Northbrook, IL 60062              Email: anakeeb@iupui.edu
Phone: 847-714-1143               Status: Active
Email: dnarhwold@northwestern.
edu
Status: Senior (A)




                                                     CSA 2011 • 187
   2011 MeMBershiP                         (continued)

   Narra, Vinod                       Ney, Arthur
         usha                               Judith
   Surgical Specialist of the North   Hennepin County Medical Center
   Shore                              701 Park Avenue South
   104 Endicott Street                Department of Surgery
   Suite 200                          Minneapolis, MN 55415-1623
   Danvers, MA 01923                  Phone: 612-873-2810
   Phone: 978-882-6868                Email: arthur.ney@hcmed.org
   Email: vnarra@partners.org         Status: Senior
   Status: Active
                                      Nichols, Ronald
   Naylor, Douglas                          elsa
         ellen                        Tulane University School of
   The Cleveland Clinic               Medicine
   9500 Euclid Avenue                 1430 Tulane Avenue
   MC g 68                            New Orleans, LA 70112-2699
   Cleveland, OH 44195-0001           Phone: 504-988-5168
   Phone: 216-571-2714                Email: ronald.nichols@tulane.edu
   Email: naylord2@ccf.org            Status: Senior (A)
   Status: Senior
                                      Nichols, W. Kirt
   Needleman, Bradley                       Amy
         Kelly                        University of Missouri - Columbia
   The Ohio State University          one hospital Drive
   Medical Center                     DC077.00
   410 West 10th Avenue               Columbia, MO 65212
   n723 Doan hall                     Phone: 573-884-1975
   Columbus, OH 43210                 Email: nicholsw@health.missouri.
   Phone: 614-293-3504                edu
   Email: bradley.needleman@          Status: Senior
   osumc.edu
   Status: Active                     Niederhuber, John
                                      National Cancer Institute
                                      31 Center Drive
                                      MSC 2590
                                      Bethesda, MD 20892-2590
                                      Phone: 301-496-5615
                                      Email: niederhj@mail.nih.gov
                                      Status: Senior (A)

188 • CSA 2011
2011 MeMBershiP                         (continued)

Nikaidoh, Hisashi                  O’Brien, David
      Lynn                               Shannon
1935 Motor Street                  the oregon Clinic
Dallas, Tx 75235                   1040 NW 22nd Avenue
Phone: 214-456-5000                Suite 560
Email: hisashi.nikaidoh@           Portland, OR 97210
utsouthwestern.edu                 Phone: 503-281-0561
Status: Senior                     Email: dobrien@orclinic.com
                                   Status: Active
Norton, Lawrence
      Ann                          Odland, Mark
Phone: 303-372-1160                      Becky
Status: Senior                     Hennepin County Medical Center
                                   701 Park Avenue South
Nussbaum, Michael                  Minneapolis, MN 55415
      Sue                          Phone: 612-873-2810
University of Florida College of   Email: mark.odland@hcmed.org
Medicine-Jacksonville              Status: Senior
Department of Surgery
653 West 8th Street                O’Hara, Patrick
3rd Floor Faculty Clinic                 Judy
Jacksonville, FL 32209             Cleveland Clinic Foundation
Phone: 904-244-5502                Dept. of Vascular Surgery, H30
Email: michael.nussbaum@jax.       9500 Euclid Avenue
ufl.edu                            Cleveland, OH 44195
Status: Senior (A)                 Phone: 216-444-8226
                                   Email: ohararp@ccf.org
Nwomeh, Benedict                   Status: Senior
      henrietta
Nationwide Children’s Hospital     Oldham, Keith
700 Children’s Drive                     Karen guice, MD
eD379                              Medical College of Wisconsin
Columbus, OH 43205                 999 N. 92nd Street, C320
Phone: 614-722-3972                Milwaukee, WI 53226
Email: nwomeh.1@osu.edu            Phone: 414-266-6557
Status: Active                     Email: koldham@mcw.edu
                                   Status: Senior (A)




                                                      CSA 2011 • 189
   2011 MeMBershiP                         (continued)

   Oliver, George                     Otterson, Mary
         Barbara                            Andy Selep
   Southeast Missouri Mental Health   Medical College of Wisconsin
   Center                             9200 W Wisconsin Avenue
   305 Buzzard Rock Road              Milwaukee, WI 53226
   Farmington, MO 63640               Phone: 414-805-5734
   Phone: 573-756-3113                Email: motterso@mcw.edu
   Status: Senior                     Status: Senior (A)

   Olsen, William                     Paletta, Francis
         Joan                               Mary
   3387 Herron Road                   535 Middleton Court
   Frankfort, MI 49635                St. Louis, MO 63122-1554
   Phone: 231-352-4815                Status: Senior
   Status: Senior
                                      Paloyan, Daniel
   Onders, Raymond                          Diane
         traci                        103 Dartmouth Court
   University Hospitals - Case        glenview, IL 60025
   Medical Center                     Phone: 847-998-1222
   11100 Euclid Avenue                Email: dpa876@anima.nums.
   Cleveland, OH 44106                nwu.edu
   Phone: 216-844-5797                Status: Senior
   Email: raymond.onders@
   uhhospitals.org                    Paloyan, Edward
   Status: Active                           Mary
                                      Edward Paloyan & Associates
   Orringer, Mark                     333 Chestnut Street
         Susan                        Hinsdale, IL 60521
   University of Michigan             Phone: 630-655-0722
   1500 E. Medical Center Drive       Status: Senior (A)
   Ann Arbor, Mi 48109
   Phone: 734-936-4975
   Email: morrin@umich.edu
   Status: Senior (A)




190 • CSA 2011
2011 MeMBershiP                       (continued)

Papasavas, Pavlos                Park, Pauline
      Sofia Kokkini                    Jack Panitch
Connecticut Surgical Center      University of Michigan
85 Seymour Street                1500 E. Medical Center Drive
Suite 415                        1C340B-UH/SPC 5033
Hartford, CT 06106               Ann Arbor, MI 48109-5033
Phone: 860-246-2071              Phone: 734-936-3662
Email: ppapasavas@ctsurgical.    Email: parkpk@umich.edu
com                              Status: Active
Status: Active
                                 Parker, Frederick
Pappas, Sam                            Virginia
Medical College of Wisconsin     State University of New york -
9200 W. Wisconsin Avenue         Upstate Medical University
Milwaukee, WI 53226              Phone: 315-464-5549
Phone: 414-805-5828              Status: Senior (A)
Email: spappas@mcw.edu
Status: Active (C)               Pasieka, Janice
                                 University of Calgary
Paranjape, Charu                 1403 29th Street nW
400 Wabash Avenue                Department of Surgery
ACC Building                     North Tower
Akron, OH 44307                  Calgary, AB T2N 2T9
Email: cparanjape@agmc.org       Phone: 403-944-2491
Status: Active (C)               Email: janice.pasieka@
                                 albertahealthservices.ca
Park, Adrian                     Status: Senior (A)
      Jennifer
University of Maryland Medical   Passi, Ronald
Center                                 Nancy
22 South greene Street           uWo
Room S4B 14                      735 Franklinway Crescent
Baltimore, MD 21201-1595         London, ON N6g 5C8
Phone: 410-328-7994              Phone: 519-471-2821
Email: apark@smail.umaryland.    Email: passir@sympatico.ca
edu                              Status: Senior
Status: Non-Resident




                                                    CSA 2011 • 191
   2011 MeMBershiP                       (continued)

   Patel, Himanshu                 Pearl, Richard
         heena                           Lauretta
   University of Michigan          Children’s Hospitals of Illinois,
   1500 E Medical Center Drive     University of Illinois College of
   5144 Cardiovascular Center      Medicine
   SPC 5864                        420 N.E. glen Oak Drive
   Ann Arbor, MI 48109-5864        Suite 201
   Phone: 734-615-9129             Peoria, il 61603
   Email: hjpatel@med.umich.edu    Phone: 309-665-3800
   Status: Active                  Email: rhpearl@uic.edu
                                   Status: Senior
   Patterson, Lisa
   Baystate Medical Center         Pearson, F. Griffith
   759 Chestnut Street                   hilppa
   Trauma Service Room S3620       RR1
   Springfield, MA 01199           Mansfield, ON L0N1M0
   Phone: 413-794-5167             Phone: 519-925-6658
   Email: lisa.patterson@bhs.org   Status: Senior (A)
   Status: Non-Resident
                                   Peden, Joseph
   Peacock, James                        Katherine
         lisa                      Status: Senior
   University of Rochester
   601 Elmwood Avenue              Peer, Richard
   Rochester, nY 14642-8410              Janet
   Phone: 585-275-8229             85 High Street
   Email: james_peacock@urmc.      Buffalo, Ny 14203
   rochester.edu                   Phone: 716-856-1200
   Status: Senior                  Status: Senior

   Pearce, William
         Ann
   Northwestern University
   676 N. St. Clair
   Suite 650
   Chicago, il 60611
   Phone: 312-926-7775
   Email: wpearce@nmh.org
   Status: Senior (A)

192 • CSA 2011
2011 MeMBershiP                         (continued)

Pegoli, Jr., Walter                Peralta, Elizabeth
      Abby                               Manuel gonzalez
University of Rochester/golisano   SIU School of Medicine
Children’s Hospital                701 North Rutledge
601 Elmwood Avenue                 Po Box 19638
Box Surgery                        Springfield, IL 62794-9638
Rochester, nY 14642                Phone: 217-545-7240
Phone: 585-275-4435                Email: eperalta@siumed.edu
Email: walter_pegoli@urmc.         Status: Senior
rochester.edu
Status: Senior                     Peters, Jeffrey
                                         Charlene
Peitzman, Andrew                   University of Rochester Medical
      Debra                        Center
University of Pittsburgh/F1281     601 Elmwood Avenue
Presbyterian University Hospital   Box SuRg
200 lothrop Street                 Rochester, nY 14642
Pittsburgh, PA 15213               Phone: 585-275-2725
Phone: 412-647-0635                Email: jeffrey_peters@urmc.
Email: peitzmanab@upmc.edu         rochester.edu
Status: Senior                     Status: Senior

Pelletier, Ronald                  Petrelli, Nicholas
      Carol                              Cathy
The Ohio State University          Helen F. graham Cancer Center
395 W. 12th Avenue                 4701 Ogletown-Stanton Road
1st Floor, Room 168                Suite 1213
Columbus, OH 43210                 Newark, DE 19713
Phone: 614-293-6322                Phone: 302-623-4550
Email: ronald.pelletier@osumc.     Status: Senior (A)
edu
Status: Senior




                                                      CSA 2011 • 193
   2011 MeMBershiP                      (continued)

   Pettiford, Brian                Pierce, George
         Patricia                        Carolyn
   UPMC Shadyside Medical Center   570 Mohawk Street West
   5200 Centre Avenue              Lake Quivira, KS 66217-8641
   Suite 715                       Email: gepierce@kumc.edu
   Pittsburgh, PA 15232            Status: Senior (A)
   Phone: 412-623-2025
   Email: pettifordb@upmc.edu      Pilch, Yosef
   Status: Active                         Patricia
                                   33 Rue Poussin
   Phillips, Eduardo               Paris, France 75016
         Marion                    Phone: 331-465-14962
   Sinai-grace hospital            Email: y.pilch@wanadoo.fr
   6071 West Outer Drive           Status: Senior (A)
   Detroit, MI 48235-2624
   Phone: 313-966-1913             Pinkerton, Jr., Joe
   Email: ephillip@dmc.org               Mary Ann
   Status: Senior                  6215 Ensley
                                   Mission Hills, KS 66208
   Philpott, Gordon                Phone: 913-831-9794
         Susie                     Email: joeapink@netscape.net
   7345 Westmoreland Drive         Status: Senior
   St. Louis, MO 63130
   Status: Senior                  Pitt, Henry
                                         Betty
   Pickleman, Jack                 Indiana University School of
         Brenda                    Medicine
   1301 N. Dearborn Street         535 Barnhill Drive
   Apt. 1102                       Rt 130D
   Chicago, il 60610               Indianapolis, IN 46202
   Phone: 312 943 0037             Phone: 317-274-2304
   Email: docpickleman@aol.com     Email: hapitt@iupui.edu
   Status: Senior                  Status: Senior (A)




194 • CSA 2011
2011 MeMBershiP                           (continued)

Plecha, Fred                         Ponsky, Jeffrey
      Marion                               Jackie
7255 Old Oak Boulevard               University Hospitals - Case
Suite C108                           Medical Center
Middleburgh Heights, OH 44130        11100 Euclid Avenue
Status: Senior                       LKSD 5047
                                     Cleveland, OH 44106
Pohlman, Timothy                     Phone: 216-844-3209
Indiana University School of         Email: jponsky@yahoo.com
Medicine/Methodist Hospital          Status: Senior (A)
1701 N. Senate Boulevard
Room B233                            Pories, Walter
Indianapolis, IN 46202                     Mary Ann Rose
Phone: 317-962-5339                  East Carolina University/Brody
Email: tpohlman@iupui.edu            School of Medicine
Status: Senior                       600 Moye Boulevard
                                     Dept. of Surgery
Polk, Jr., Hiram                     greenville, nC 27834
      Susan galandiuk, MD            Phone: 252-816-4751
University of Louisville             Email: pories@aol.com
550 South Jackson Street             Status: Senior (A)
Louisville, Ky 40202
Phone: 502-852-5442                  Poritz, Lisa
Email: hcpolk01@gwise.louisville.    Penn State Milton S. Hershey
edu                                  Medical Center
Status: Senior (A)                   500 University Drive
                                     MC h137
Polley, Jr., Theodore                Hershey, PA 17033
      Janine                         Phone: 717-531-5164
University of Michigan - C.S. Mott   Email: lporitz@hmc.psu.edu
Children’s Hospital                  Status: Active
1500 E. Medical Center Drive
Room F3970, Box 0245
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-5000
Phone: 734-764-6482
Email: tpolley@umich.edu
Status: Senior




                                                        CSA 2011 • 195
   2011 MeMBershiP                       (continued)

   Posner, Mitchell                 Printen, Kenneth
         Janice                           Jenny
   University of Chicago            521 Maple
   5841 S. Maryland Avenue          Wilmette, il 67091
   MC 5094                          Phone: 847-251-3175
   Chicago, il 60637                Email: kprinten@ameritech.net
   Phone: 773-834-4007              Status: Senior
   Email: mposner@surgery.bsd.
   uchicago.edu                     Prinz, Richard
   Status: Senior (A)                     lori
                                    NorthShore University
   Poticha, Stuart                  HealthSystem
         Patty                      2650 Ridge Avenue
   1 Sea Robin Court                Department of Surgery
   Hilton Head Island, SC 29926     2507 Walgreen Building
   Status: Senior                   evanston, il 60201
                                    Phone: 847-570-2561
   Prager, Richard                  Email: rprinz@northshore.org
         Lauren                     Status: Senior (A)
   University of Michigan Medical
   Center                           Pritts, Timothy
   1500 E. Medical Center Drive           Sarah Pritts, MD
   5144 CVC, SPC 5864               University of Cincinnati
   Ann Arbor, MI 48109-5846         231 Albert Sabin Way, ML 0558
   Phone: 734-936-4974              Cincinnati, OH 45267
   Email: rprager@umich.edu         Phone: 513-558-8674
   Status: Senior (A)               Email: prittsta@uc.edu
                                    Status: Active
   Priebe, Paul
         Debra                      Prystowsky, Jay
   Metrohealth Medical Center       Northwestern University -
   2500 MetroHealth Drive           Feinberg School of Medicine
   Cleveland, OH 44109              676 N. Saint Clair Street
   Phone: 216-778-3636              Suite 650
   Email: ppriebe@metrohealth.org   Chicago, il 60611
   Status: Senior                   Phone: 312-695-1419
                                    Email: jprystow@nmh.org
                                    Status: Senior


196 • CSA 2011
2011 MeMBershiP                         (continued)

Pugh, Carla                        Rajab, Amer
      Joseph Towels, PhD                 Renata Fabia, MD
Northwestern University -          The Ohio State University
Feinberg School of Medicine        Medical Center
676 N. Saint Clair Street          395 W. 12th Avenue
Suite 650                          1st Floor, Room 172
Chicago, il 60611                  Columbus, OH 43210
Phone: 312-695-1414                Phone: 614-293-8545
Email: drpugh@northwestern.        Email: amer.rajab@osumc.edu
edu                                Status: Senior
Status: Active
                                   Rakinic, Jan
Punch, Jeffrey                     Southern Illinois University
      Margaret                     Dept. of Surgery
University of Michigan Health      701 North First Street, Suite
Systems                            D-328
1500 E. Medical Center Drive       Springfield, IL 62781
2924 Taubman Center                Phone: 217-545-7230
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-5331           Email: jrakinic@siumed.edu
Phone: 734-936-5816                Status: Senior
Email: jpunch@umich.edu
Status: Senior                     Rams, James
                                         Jan
Rafferty, Janice                   112 yorkshire Drive
      Don                          Pittsburgh, PA 15238
University of Cincinnati Medical   Phone: 412-963-7984
Center                             Email: jjrams2@aol.com
2123 Auburn Avenue, Suite 524      Status: Senior
Cincinnati, OH 45219-2906
Phone: 513-929-0104                Ramsey, Don
Email: janice.rafferty@uc.edu      SIU School of Medicine
Status: Active                     Po Box 19638
                                   Springfield, IL 62794-9638
                                   Phone: 217-545-8444
                                   Email: nreeves@siumed.edu
                                   Status: Senior




                                                      CSA 2011 • 197
   2011 MeMBershiP                       (continued)

   Ranjan, Dinesh                   Rectenwald, John
   University of Kentucky Medical         Rebecca Minter
   Center                           University of Michigan
   800 Rose Street                  1500 E Medical Center Drive
   C-453                            CVC 5463, SPC 5867
   Lexington, Ky 40536              Ann Arbor, MI 48109-5867
   Status: Senior                   Phone: 734-763-0250
                                    Email: jrectenw@umich.edu
   Rayhill, Stephen                 Status: Active
         Maureen
   Oregon Health & Sciences         Reddy, Daniel
   University                             Diane M. D’Angelo, MD
   3181 SW Sam Jackson Park Road    Wayne State University School of
   MC L590                          Medicine
   Portland, OR 97239-3098          4646 John R. Street
   Phone: 503-494-7810              John D. Dingell VA Medical Center
   Email: rayhills@ohsu.edu         11-S
   Status: Senior                   Detroit, Mi 48201
                                    Phone: 313-576-3924
   Read, Raymond                    Email: ReddyAorta@aol.com
         lillian                    Status: Senior
   304 Potomac Street
   Rockville, MD 20850              Reed, Amy
   Phone: 501-257-6799                    Michael Reed, MD
   Status: Senior (A)               Penn State Heart and Vascular
                                    Institute
   Reber, Howard                    500 University Drive, H053
         elaine                     Hershey, PA 17033
   UCLA - general Surgery           Phone: 717-673-3616
   10833 LeConte Avenue             Email: abreed@psu.edu
   Room 72-215CHS                   Status: Active
   Los Angeles, CA 90095-6904
   Phone: 310-825-4976
   Email: hreber@mednet.ucla.edu
   Status: Senior (A)




198 • CSA 2011
2011 MeMBershiP                       (continued)

Reed, Jr., Donald                Remzi, Feza
      JoEllen                          Berna
Lutheran Hospital                Cleveland Clinic Foundation
7950 W. Jefferson Boulevard      9500 Euclid Avenue
Fort Wayne, IN 46804-4160        Desk A30
Phone: 260-435-7380              Cleveland, OH 44195
Email: dreed@lutheran-hosp.com   Phone: 216-445-5021
Status: Senior                   Email: remzif@ccf.org
                                 Status: Active
Reed, Michael
      Amy Reed, MD               Rescorla, Frederick
Penn State University                  Mechelle
500 University Way, H165         Indiana University School of
Hershey, PA 17033                Medicine/JW Riley Hospital for
Phone: 717-531-8330              Children
Email: mreed@psu.edu             702 Barnhill Drive, Suite 2500
Status: Active                   Indianapolis, IN 46202
                                 Phone: 317-274-4624
Reilly, Jr., James               Email: frescorl@iupui.edu
      Marie                      Status: Senior (A)
Downstate College of Medicine,
Kings County Hospital            Reyes, Hernan
21 east 87th Street                    Dolores
Apt 9A                           PO Box 1165
New york, Ny 10128               Captiva Island, FL 33924
Phone: 718-245-4146              Phone: 239-472-2933
Email: jjreilly@prodigy.net      Email: hmrey33@aol.com
Status: Senior                   Status: Senior

Reis, Robert                     Rheault, Marcel
      Barbara                          Violaine Marin
90 Leucadendra Drive             University of Montreal
Coral gables, FL 33156           5430 Dujarie
Phone: 305-545-5006              St. Leonard, QC H1R 1K3
Status: Senior                   Phone: 514-327-9336
                                 Email: rheaultm@sympatico.ca
                                 Status: Senior




                                                    CSA 2011 • 199
   2011 MeMBershiP                       (continued)

   Rhodes, Robert                   Rikkers, Layton
         Paula                            Dee Dee
   American Board of Surgery        University of Wisconsin
   1617 John F. Kennedy Boulevard   817 Farwell Drive
   Suite 860                        Madison, WI 53704
   Philadelphia, PA 19103-1847      Phone: 608-263-1383
   Phone: 215-568-4000              Email: rikkers@surgery.wisc.edu
   Email: rrhodes@absurgery.org     Status: Senior (A)
   Status: Senior
                                    Robson, Martin
   Rice, Charles                          leslie
         Judith                     3619 S.E. Cambridge Drive
   Uniformed Services University    Stuart, FL 34997
   4301 Jones Bridge Road           Phone: 772-223-8475
   Office of the President          Email: mcrobson@earthlink.net
   Bethesda, MD 20814-4799          Status: Senior (A)
   Phone: 301-295-3013
   Email: crice@usuhs.edu           Rodriguez, Jorge
   Status: Senior (A)                     Sheila
                                    University of Louisville
   Richardson, J. David             550 South Jackson Street
         Suzanne                    Louisville, Ky 40292
   University of Louisville         Phone: 502-852-4676
   Ambulatory Care Building         Email: jlrodr02@louisville.edu
   Floor 2                          Status: Senior
   550 South Jackson Street
   Louisville, Ky 40292             Roggin, Kevin
   Phone: 502-852-5452                    Jennifer Bach Roggin
   Email: jdrich01@louisville.edu   The University of Chicago
   Status: Senior (A)               Hospitals/Pritzker School of
                                    Medicine
   Richter, Harry                   5841 S. Maryland Avenue
         Susan Scherer              MC4052/0-226
   Cook County Hospital             Chicago, il 60637
   1835 W. Harrison Street          Phone: 773-834-4589
   Chicago, il 60612                Email: kroggin@surgery.bsd.
   Phone: 312-864-0760              uchicago.edu
   Email: harry_richter@rush.edu    Status: Active
   Status: Senior

200 • CSA 2011
2011 MeMBershiP                      (continued)

Rolley, Ronald                  Rosen, Irving
      Josette                         helen
610 Ridgewood Drive             University of Toronto
Lafayette, IN 47906-2367        600 University Avenue
Phone: 765-463-7675             Suite 1521
Email: rtrolley@insightbb.com   Toronto, ON M5g1x5
Status: Senior                  Phone: 416-586-4656
                                Email: helirv@hotmail.com
Root, Harlan                    Status: Senior
      Jill
258 Riders Mills Road           Rosen, Michael
Brainard, Ny 12024                    Debra
Status: Senior (A)              Case Western Reserve University
                                11100 Euclid Avenue
Rose, Scott                     Cleveland, OH 44106-5047
      Ann                       Phone: 216-844-2763
Physicans Clinic                Email: michael.rosen@
8111 Dodge Street               uhhospitals.org
Suite 263                       Status: Active
omaha, ne 68114
Phone: 402-354-8163             Rosenberg, Jerry C.
Email: scott.rose@nmh.org             Corliss
Status: Senior                  Status: Senior

Roseman, David                  Rosenberg, Lawrence
      Joan                            Donna
4629 N. Ridge Road              6507 Fern Road
Mears, Mi 49436                 Montreal, QC H4V1E4
Phone: 231-873-7176             Phone: 514-340-8222, ext. 8243
Email: dlr@eolas.com            Email: lawrence.rosenberg@
Status: Senior                  mcgill.ca
                                Status: Senior (A)




                                                   CSA 2011 • 201
   2011 MeMBershiP                         (continued)

   Rosenblatt, Steven                 Ruberg, Robert
         Cynthia                            Cynthia
   Cleveland Clinic Foundation        The Ohio State University
   9500 Euclid Avenue                 410 West 10th Avenue
   Desk A80                           n809 Doan hall
   Cleveland, OH 44195                Columbus, OH 43210
   Phone: 216-445-6033                Phone: 614-293-8566
   Email: rosenbs@ccf.org             Email: robert.ruberg@osumc.edu
   Status: Active                     Status: Senior

   Roshe, Joseph                      Rudich, Steven
         June                               Donna Cirasole
   Status: Senior                     University of Cincinnati
                                      231 Albert B. Sabin Way
   Rossi, Nicholas                    PO Box 670558
         helen                        Cincinnati, OH 45267-0558
   University of Iowa Hospitals and   Phone: 513-558-3892
   Clinics                            Email: rudichs@uc.edu
   200 Hawkins Drive                  Status: Senior
   Iowa City, IA 52242-1062
   Phone: 319-356-2764                Ruge, Daniel
   Email: n-rossi@uiowa.edu                 greta
   Status: Senior                     2353 E Alameda Avenue
                                      Denver, Co 80209-3337
   Rowe, Marc                         Phone: 303-722-7601
         Joyce                        Status: Senior
   Phone: 941-472-2283
   Status: Senior (A)                 Rupp, William
                                            Deborah
   Roza, Allan                        St. Paul Surgeons, Ltd.
   Medical College of Wisconsin/      1141 Summit Avenue
   Froedtert Memorial Hospital        Suite 302
   9200 W. Wisconsin Avenue           St. Paul, MN 55105
   E5700                              Phone: 651-227-6351
   Milwaukee, WI 53226                Email: wrupp@visi.com
   Phone: 414-955-6920                Status: Senior
   Email: aroza@mcw.edu
   Status: Senior


202 • CSA 2011
2011 MeMBershiP                   (continued)

Rush, Benjamin               Saletta, John
New Jersey Medical School          Suzanne
90 Bergen Street             Lutheran general Hospital
Suite 7200                   1775 Dempster Street
Newark, NJ 07103             8 South - Surgery
Phone: 973-972-2540          Park Ridge, IL 60068-1143
Email: rushbe@umdnj.edu      Phone: 847-723-7200
Status: Senior (A)           Status: Senior

Russo, Pier Antonio          Saltzman, Daniel
      Joanne                       Jodi garr Saltzman
Temple University            University of Minnesota Medical
1762 Teresa Court            School
Downingtown, PA 19335-3592   420 Delaware Street S.E.
Phone: 484-942-4627          MMC 195
Email: pierantonio.russo@    Minneapolis, MN 55455
temple.edu                   Phone: 612-626-4214
Status: Senior               Email: saltz002@umn.edu
                             Status: Active
Ryckman, Frederick
      Susan                  Saltzstein, Edward
University of Cincinnati           Phyllis
3333 Burnet Avenue           Texas Tech University-Health
Cincinnati, OH 45229         Sciences Center-Department of
Phone: 513-636-4371          Surgery
Email: ryckf0@chmcc.org      4800 Alberta Avenue
Status: Senior               El Paso, Tx 79905
                             Phone: 915-545-6855
Sachatello, Charles          Email: edward.saltzstein@ttuhsc.
      Suzanne                edu
1401 Harrodsburg Road        Status: Senior
#B355
Lexington, Ky 40504-3746
Phone: 606-276-5262
Status: Senior




                                                CSA 2011 • 203
   2011 MeMBershiP                          (continued)

   Sanabria, Juan                      Sarker, Sharfi
         Monica Parra                        Roy Sucholeiki
   University Hospitals - Case         Loyola University Medical Center
   Medical Center                      2160 South First Avenue
   11100 Euclid Avenue                 Department of Surgery
   LKSD 7510 PS 5047                   Maywood, IL 60153
   Div Tx & HB Surgery                 Phone: 708-327-2687
   Cleveland, OH 44106-5047            Email: ssarker@lumc.edu
   Phone: 216-844-3138                 Status: Active
   Email: juan.sanabria@uhhospitals.
   org                                 Sarr, Michael
   Status: Active                            Barbara
                                       Mayo Clinic
   Sankary, Howard                     200 First Street S.W.
   Loyola University Medical Center    Rochester, MN 55902
   2160 South First Avenue             Phone: 507-255-5713
   Maywood, IL 60153                   Email: sarr.michael@mayo.edu
   Phone: 708-327-2539                 Status: Senior (A)
   Email: hsankary@lumc.edu
   Status: Senior                      Sasson, Aaron
                                             lise
   Santaniello, John                   University of Nebraska Medical
         Sun                           Center
   Loyola University Medical Center    984030 Nebraska Medical Center
   2160 South First Avenue             Dept. of Surgery
   Dept. of Surgery                    omaha, ne 68198-4030
   Bldg 110                            Phone: 402-559-8941
   Maywood, IL 60153                   Email: asasson@unmc.edu
   Phone: 708-327-2072                 Status: Active
   Email: jsantan@lumc.edu
   Status: Active




204 • CSA 2011
2011 MeMBershiP                          (continued)

Satiani, Bhagwan                    Sax, Harry
      Mira                                leslie
The Ohio State University           the Miriam hospital
Cramblett hall                      164 Summit Avenue
456 W. 10th Avenue, Suite 3018      Providence, RI 02906
Columbus, OH 43210                  Phone: 401-793-4545
Phone: 614-293-8536                 Email: hsax@lifespan.org
Email: bhagwan.satiani@osumc.       Status: Senior
edu
Status: Senior                      Saxe, Jonathan
                                          Susan
Sato, Thomas                        Wright State University BSOM
      Jennifer                      1 Wyoming Street
Medical College of Wisconsin        7000 WChe
999 N. 92nd Street, C320            Dayton, OH 45409
Milwaukee, WI 53226                 Phone: 937-208-2951
Phone: 414-266-6550                 Email: jmsaxe@mvh.org
Email: ttsato@chw.org               Status: Senior
Status: Senior
                                    Schauer, Philip
Sauter, Edward                            Patricia
      Julia                         Cleveland Clinic Foundation
University of North Dakota/         9500 Euclid Avenue
School of Medical Health Sciences   M61
501 North Columbia Road             Cleveland, OH 44195
grand Forks, ND 58202               Phone: 216-444-4794
Phone: 701-777-2284                 Status: Senior (A)
Email: sautere@health.missouri.
edu                                 Scheeres, David
Status: Senior                            Jennifer
                                    Michigan State University
Sawchuk, Alan                       1000 East Paris S.E.
Indiana University Medical School   Suite 150
1801 N. Senate Boulevard            grand Rapids, MI 49546
D3500                               Phone: 616-977-6243
Indianapolis, IN 46202-1228         Email: sheeresh@msu.edu
Phone: 317-962-0281                 Status: Senior
Status: Senior


                                                       CSA 2011 • 205
   2011 MeMBershiP                       (continued)

   Scher, Kenneth                   Schmidt, Max
   3267 S. 16th Street                    Christine
   Suite 207                        Indiana University
   Milwaukee, WI 53215              545 Barnhill Drive
   Phone: 414-672-8584              Emerson Hall 5th Floor
   Email: golfermom74@yahoo.com     Indianapolis, IN 46202
   Status: Senior                   Phone: 317-278-8349
                                    Email: maxschmi@iupui.edu
   Schiller, William                Status: Active
   223 N. guadalupe
   PMB 300                          Schmitz, Robert
   Santa Fe, NM 87501                     Mary Jane
   Phone: 505-983-4923              400 E. Randolph Street
   Email: wrschiller@hughes.net     #3620
   Status: Senior                   Chicago, il 60601
                                    Phone: 312-527-1123
   Schloerb, Paul                   Status: Senior (A)
         Louise
   University of Kansas             Schoeniger, Luke
   3901 Rainbow Boulevard                 Kathleen
   Kansas City, KS 66160            University of Rochester Medical
   Phone: 913-588-7565              Center
   Email: pschloer@kumc.edu         601 Elmwood Avenue
   Status: Senior (A)               Box Surgery
                                    Rochester, nY 14642
   Schmidt, Carl                    Phone: 585-273-4713
         Kari                       Email: luke_schoeniger@urmc.
   James Cancer Hospital/The Ohio   rochester.edu
   State University                 Status: Senior
   n908 Dolan hall
   410 West 10th Avenue             Scholten, Donald
   Columbus, OH 43210                     Elizabeth
   Phone: 614-293-5644              Michigan State University
   Email: carl.schmidt@osumc.edu    4069 Lake Drive
   Status: Active                   Suite 117
                                    grand Rapids, MI 49546-3680
                                    Phone: 616-459-4601
                                    Email: scholte6@msu.edu
                                    Status: Senior

206 • CSA 2011
2011 MeMBershiP                      (continued)

Schraut, Wolfgang               Schulte, William
      Marion                          helen
University of Pittsburgh        Medical College of Wisconsin
497 Scaife hall                 9200 W. Wisconsin Avenue
3550 Terrace Street             Milwaukee, WI 53226
Pittsburgh, PA 15261            Phone: 414-454-5744
Phone: 412-647-0311             Email:
Status: Senior                  Status: Senior

Schreiber, J. Tracy             Schwarcz, Thomas
      Sally                           Kathleen
436 West Cliff lane             Lexington Surgeons
Cincinnati, OH 45220            1760 Nicholasville Road, #202
Phone: 513-751-2600             Lexington, Ky 40503
Status: Senior                  Phone: 859-277-5711
                                Email: lexvasc@yahoo.com
Schulak, James                  Status: Senior
      Barbara
University Hospitals - Case     Schwartz, Seymour I.
Medical Center                  University of Rochester
11100 Euclid Avenue             601 Elmwood Avenue
Cleveland, OH 44106             Rochester, nY 14642-8410
Phone: 216-844-0307             Phone: 585-275-7339
Email: james.schulak@           Email: seymour_schwartz@urmc.
uhhospitals.org                 rochester.edu
Status: Senior (A)              Status: Senior (A)

Schuler, James                  Scoggins, Charles
      Catherine                       Jana
University of Illinois          University of Louisville
5544 S. County Line Road        Dept of Surgery
Hinsdale, IL 60521              315 E. Broadway
Phone: 630-655-3519             M-10
Email: schulerranch@gmail.com   Louisville, Ky 40202
Status: Senior                  Phone: 502-629-3355
                                Email: charles.scoggins@
                                louisville.edu
                                Status: Active


                                                   CSA 2011 • 207
   2011 MeMBershiP                         (continued)

   Scott, Henry                       Selzer, Don
         Audrey                             Cindy
   1745 Cedar Avenue, #411            Indiana University School of
   Montreal, QC H3g 1A7               Medicine
   Phone: 514-932-9271                545 Barnhill Drive
   Email: hjssympatico@ca.com         EH 507
   Status: Senior                     Indianapolis, IN 46202
                                      Phone: 317-274-0931
   Scott-Conner, Carol                Email: dselzer@iupui.edu
         Harry                        Status: Active
   University of Iowa Hospitals and
   Clinics                            Senagore, Anthony
   200 Hawkins Drive                        Patricia
   4622 JCP                           University of Southern California
   Iowa City, IA 52242                Keck School of Medicine
   Phone: 319-356-7675                Dept of Colorectal Surgery
   Email: carol-scott-conner@         1441 Eastlake Avenue, Suite 7418
   uiowa.edu                          los Angeles, CA 90033
   Status: Senior (A)                 Phone: 323-865-3690
                                      Email: anthony.senagore@med.
   Seabrook, Gary                     usc.edu
         Nancy                        Status: Senior (A)
   Medical College of Wisconsin
   9200 W. Wisconsin Avenue           Sener, Stephen
   Division of Vascular Surgery             Sherri
   Milwaukee, WI 53226                Evanston Northwestern
   Phone: 414-805-9160                healthcare
   Email: gseabroo@mcw.edu            2650 Ridge Avenue
   Status: Senior                     Walgreen Rm 2507
                                      evanston, il 60201
   Sell, Jr., Harry                   Phone: 847-570-1328
         Amy                          Email: sfsener@aol.com
   UPMC Mercy                         Status: Senior (A)
   1400 Locust Street
   Pittsburgh, PA 15219
   Phone: 412-232-8099
   Email: selljrhw@upmc.edu
   Status: Senior


208 • CSA 2011
2011 MeMBershiP                        (continued)

Serkes, Kenneth                   Shames, Brian
      Margaret                          Elizabeth Deckers
860 Ladera Lane                   Medical College of Wisconsin
Santa Barbara, CA 93108           Phone: 414-955-6920
Phone: 805-969-2606               Email: bshames@mcw.edu
Email: kserkes@cox.net            Status: Active
Status: Senior
                                  Shanley, Charles
Sferra, Joseph                          Rosemarie
      Chris                       William Beaumont Hospital
University of Toledo              3601 West 13 Mile Road
5800 Monroe Street                Royal Oak, MI 48073
Building g                        Phone: 248-551-0689
Sylvania, OH 43560                Email: cshanley@beaumont.edu
Phone: 419-885-2525               Status: Active
Email: jsferra@bex.net
Status: Senior                    Shapiro, Michael
                                        Cheryl
Shaaban, Aimen                    Northwestern University
      Annette                     Feinberg School of Medicine
University of Wisconsin           676 N. Saint Clair, Suite 650
600 Highland Avenue               Chicago, il 60611
H4/785 CSC                        Phone: 312-695-4835
Madison, WI 53792-7375            Email: mshapiro@northwestern.
Phone: 608-263-9419               edu
Email: shaaban@surgery.wisc.edu   Status: Senior
Status: Active
                                  Shapiro, Ron
Shah, Dhiraj                            Mary Austin
      Moklesa                     University of Pittsburgh, Thomas E
Albany Medical College, The       Starzl Transplant Ins
Vascular group PLLC               3459 Fifth Ave
47 New Scotland Avenue            Pittsburgh, PA 15213
MC157                             Phone: 412-647-5800
Albany, Ny 12208                  Email: shapiror@upmc.edu
Phone: 518-262-5640               Status: Senior (A)
Email: shahdc@albanyvascular.
com
Status: Senior (A)

                                                     CSA 2011 • 209
   2011 MeMBershiP                       (continued)

   Shaughnessy, Elizabeth           Shibata, Henry
         James Stapleton                  Nachiko
   University of Cincinnati         Mcgill University Health Centre
   Barrett Cancer Center            687 Pine Avenue West
   234 goodman St., ML#0772         Montreal, QC H3A 1A1
   Cincinnati, OH 45219             Phone: 514-843-1526
   Phone: 513-584-8900              Email: henry.shibata@muhc.
   Email: shaughea@uc.edu           mcgill.ca
   Status: Senior                   Status: Senior

   Sheldon, Curtis                  Shieber, William
         Maureen                          hortense
   Cincinnati Children’s Hospital   Washington University School of
   3333 Burnet Avenue               Medicine
   MC5037                           625 South Skinker
   Cincinnati, OH 45229             Saint Louis, MO 63105
   Phone: 513-559-4975              Phone: 314-725-1137
   Status: Senior                   Email: wshieber@swbell.net
                                    Status: Senior
   Sherman, Joseph
         June                       Shields, Thomas
   Northwestern University                Ann
   1003 Knoll Lane                  Northwestern University
   Wilmette, il 60091-1447          251 East Huron Street
   Phone: 847-256-2066              galter 3-150
   Email: j.o.sherman@att.net       Chicago, il 60611
   Status: Senior                   Phone: 312-695-4912
                                    Status: Senior
   Shermeta, Dennis
         Margo                      Shilyansky, Joel
   Phone: 602-254-5561                    Sonia Sugg, MD
   Email: shermeta@sedona.net       University of Iowa Hospitals &
   Status: Senior                   Clinics
                                    200 Hawkins Drive, #2967
                                    Iowa City, IA 52242
                                    Phone: 319-356-1766
                                    Email: joel-shilyansky@uiowa.edu
                                    Status: Active


210 • CSA 2011
2011 MeMBershiP                        (continued)

Shirazi, Siroos                   Shuck, Jerry
University of Iowa Hospitals &          Linda
Clinics                           University Hospitals - Case
200 Hawkins Drive                 Medical Center
Iowa City, IA 52242               11100 Euclid Avenue
Phone: 319-356-2006               Cleveland, OH 44106
Email: siroos-shirazi@uiowa.edu   Phone: 216-844-3871
Status: Senior                    Email: jerry.shuck@uhhospitals.
                                  org
Shons, Alan                       Status: Senior (A)
      Clara
40 Deer Park Road                 Shumway, Sara
great Neck, Ny 11024-2113         University of Minnesota
Status: Senior                    420 Delaware Street S.E.
                                  MMC 207
Shortell, Cynthia                 Minneapolis, MN 55455-2832
      Bruce Peyser, MD            Phone: 612-625-3902
Duke University Medical Center    Email: shumw001@umn.edu
DUMC Box 3538                     Status: Senior (A)
Durham, NC 27710
Phone: 919-681-2223               Sicard, Gregorio
Email: short018@mc.duke.edu             Kathy
Status: Senior                    Washington University
                                  660 S. Euclid Avenue
Shoup, Margo                      Campus Box 8109
      Michael Meyer               St. Louis, MO 63110
Loyola University                 Phone: 314-362-7841
Building 110, Room 3240           Email: sicardg@msnotes.wustl.
2160 South First Avenue           edu
Maywood, IL 60153                 Status: Senior (A)
Phone: 708-327-2391
Email: mshoup@lumc.edu            Sieber, William
Status: Active                    18 Winding Way
                                  Verona, PA 15147-3889
                                  Status: Senior




                                                     CSA 2011 • 211
   2011 MeMBershiP                           (continued)

   Siegel, John                         Silver, Donald
         Carol                                helen
   New Jersey Medical School            University of Missouri - Columbia
   185 S. Orange Avenue                 one hospital Drive
   #g-609                               Columbia, MO 65212
   Newark, NJ 07103                     Phone: 573-882-1612
   Phone: 973-972-4414                  Email: retdoc@verizon.net
   Email: siegeljh@umdnj.edu            Status: Senior (A)
   Status: Senior (A)
                                        Silver, Geoffrey
   Siewers, Ralph                             Renee
   Status: Senior                       6401 Briar Road
                                        Willow Brook, IL 60527
   Sigman, Harvey                       Email: geoffrey.Silver@va.gov
         Maxine                         Status: Senior
   3755 Cote Ste. Catherine Road
   Montreal, QC H3T 1E2                 Silverman, Norman
   Phone: 514-340-8287                        Kathryn
   Email: harvey.sigman@mcgill.ca       Status: Senior
   Status: Senior
                                        Simmons, Richard
   Silbergleit, Allen                   University of Pittsburgh
          ina                           497 Scaife hall
   St. Joseph Mercy Oakland             3550 Terrace Street
   44555 Woodward                       Pittsburgh, PA 15261
   Suite 404                            Phone: 412-648-1823
   Pontiac, Mi 48341                    Email: simmons@pittsurg.
   Phone: 248-335-6433                  nb.upms.edu
   Email: silberga@trinity-health.org   Status: Senior (A)
   Status: Senior
                                        Simons, Clark
   Sillin, Lelan                        Indiana University School of
         Kit                            Medicine
   Lahey Clinic                         1001 W. 10th Street
   41 Mall Road                         Myers Bldg., Room 1014
   Burlington, MA 01805                 Indianapolis, IN 46202
   Phone: 781-744-8831                  Phone: 317-630-6623
   Email: lelan.sillin@lahey.org        Email: cjsimons@iupui.edu
   Status: Senior                       Status: Active

212 • CSA 2011
2011 MeMBershiP                          (continued)

Siperstein, Allan                   Slater, Harvey
      Holly                               Beverly
Cleveland Clinic                    Phone: 412-491-5213
9500 Euclid Avenue                  Email: slater@harveyslatermd.
Desk: F20                           com
Cleveland, OH 44195                 Status: Senior
Phone: 216-444-5664
Email: sipersa@ccf.org              Sloan, Herbert
Status: Senior (A)                  471 Barton north Drive
                                    Ann Arbor, MI 48105
Skaro, Anton                        Phone: 734-662-6123
      Mary Ann                      Email: hsloan@umich.edu
Northwestern University, Division   Status: Senior (A)
of organ transplantation
galter Pavilion                     Slogoff, Michele
Suite 17-200                              Michael
675 North St. Clair Street          Loyola University
Chicago, il 60611-2923              2160 South First Avenue
Phone: 312-926-4272                 Bldg 110 Rm 3234
Email: askaro@nmh.org               Maywood, IL 60153
Status: Active                      Phone: 708-327-2647
                                    Email: mslogoff@lumc.edu
Skemp, Joseph                       Status: Active
      lisa
Franciscan-Skemp Healthcare         Smead, William
800 West Avenue South                     Anne
Dept. of Surgery                    The Ohio State University
LaCrosse, WI 54601                  Cramblett hall
Phone: 608-785-0940 x26748          456 W. 10th Avenue, Suite 3018
Email: skemp.joseph@mayo.edu        Columbus, OH 43210
Status: Senior                      Phone: 614-293-8536
                                    Email: william.smead@osumc.edu
Skibba, Joseph                      Status: Senior
      Carla
6021 Silver Leaf Trail N.E.
Albuquerque, NM 97111
Status: Senior




                                                       CSA 2011 • 213
   2011 MeMBershiP                          (continued)

   Smith, J. Michael                  Snow, Norman
         Sharon                             Renee
   Cardiac,Vascular & Thoracic        University of Illinois at Chicago
   Surgeons, Inc.                     840 South Wood Street
   4030 Smith Road                    MC 958
   Suite 300                          Chicago, il 60612
   Cincinnati, OH 45209               Phone: 312-996-9889
   Phone: 513-421-3494                Email: nsnow@uic.edu
   Email: jsmith@cvts.com             Status: Senior
   Status: Active
                                      Sollinger, Hans
   Smith, Jr., J. Stanley                   Mary Lang Sollinger
         Charlene                     University of Wisconsin
   Milton S. Hershey Medical Center   Dept of Surgery, H4/780 CSC
   PO Box 850                         600 Highland Avenue
   Hershey, PA 17033-0850             Madison, WI 53792-7375
   Phone: 717-531-4404                Phone: 608-263-9903
   Status: Senior                     Email: hans@surgery.wisc.edu
                                      Status: Senior
   Smith, R. Stephen
         nellie                       Solomkin, Joseph
   West Penn Allegheny Health         University of Cincinnati Medical
   System                             Center
   320 East North Avenue              231 Albert B. Sabin Way
   5th Floor South Tower, Room 592    ML 0558
   Pittsburgh, PA 15212-4756          Cincinnati, OH 45267-0558
   Phone: 412-359-4544                Phone: 513-558-4427
   Email: flysurg@yahoo.com           Email: joseph.solomkin@uc.edu
   Status: Senior                     Status: Senior

   Smith, Roger
         Margaret
   500 Elmington Avenue
   Apt. 333
   Nashville, TN 37205
   Phone: 615-383-1290
   Email: rfsmith23@comcast.net
   Status: Senior (A)


214 • CSA 2011
2011 MeMBershiP                             (continued)

Solorzano, Carmen                     Soper, Robert
Vanderbilt University Medical               helene
Center                                University of Iowa Hospital &
597 PRB                               Clinics
2220 Pierce Avenue                    Department of Surgery
nashville, tn 37232-6860              Iowa City, IA 52242
Phone: 615-322-2391                   Phone: 319-356-2679
Email: carmen.solorzano@              Status: Senior (A)
vanderbilt.edu
Status: Active                        Stallion, Anthony
                                      Cleveland Clinic Foundation
Sommer, Bruce                         9500 Euclid Avenue
University of Florida, Jacksonville   A120
580 W. Eighth Street                  Cleveland, OH 44195
Tower II, Suite 8000                  Phone: 216-445-1040
Jacksonville, FL 33209                Email: stallia@ccf.org
Phone: 904-244-9800                   Status: Active
Email: bruce.sommer@jax.ufl.edu
Status: Senior                        Stanfill, Amy
                                            Robert
Soper, Nathaniel                      Childrens Hospital of Illinois,
      Cindy                           University of Illinois College of
Northwestern University               Medicine at Peoria
Feinberg School of Medicine           420 NE glen Oak Avenue
Department of Surgery                 Suite 201
251 East Huron                        Peoria, il 61603
galter 3-150                          Phone: 309-624-8951
Chicago, il 60611                     Email: amybobis@yahoo.com
Phone: 312-926-4962                   Status: Active (C)
Email: nsoper@nmh.org
Status: Senior                        Stanley, James
                                            Nancy
                                      University of Michigan
                                      1500 E. Medical Center Drive
                                      Taubman Center, Box 0329
                                      Ann Arbor, Mi 48109
                                      Phone: 734-936-5786
                                      Email: jstanley@umich.edu
                                      Status: Senior (A)

                                                          CSA 2011 • 215
   2011 MeMBershiP                         (continued)

   Staren, Edgar                      Starzl, Thomas
         lisa                               Joy
   Cancer treatment Centers of        University of Pittsburgh Medical
   America                            Center
   2610 Sheridan Road                 3601 Fifth Avenue
   Zion, IL 60099-2615                Falk Clinic
   Phone: 847-731-5805                Pittsburgh, PA 15213
   Email: edgar.staren@ctca-hope.     Phone: 412-624-0112
   com                                Email: mangantl@msx.upmc.edu
   Status: Senior (A)                 Status: Senior (A)

   Starling, James                    Steffes, Christopher
         Betsy                              Jane
   University of Wisconsin Hospital   Harper University Hospital
   600 Highland Avenue                4160 John R
   Madison, WI 53705                  Suite 400
   Phone: 608-280-7016                Detroit, Mi 48201
   Email: starling@surgery.wisc.edu   Phone: 313-745-8770
   Status: Senior (A)                 Email: csteffes@med.wayne.edu
                                      Status: Senior
   Starr, Jean
         David Clark                  Steichen, Felicien
   The Ohio State University                Michele
   Medical Center                     17 Birch lane
   456 W. 10th Avenue                 Larchmont, Ny 10538
   3018 Cramblett                     Phone: 914-686-1562
   Columbus, OH 43210                 Status: Senior (A)
   Phone: 614-293-8536
   Email: jean.starr@osumc.edu        Steiger, Ezra
   Status: Active                           Karen
                                      The Cleveland Clinic
                                      9500 Euclid Avenue
                                      Desk A80
                                      Cleveland, OH 44195
                                      Phone: 216-444-6667
                                      Status: Senior




216 • CSA 2011
2011 MeMBershiP                          (continued)

Steinberg, Steven                   Sterns, Ernest
      Beth                                Margaret
Ohio State University               Queens University (Retired)
395 W. 12th Avenue                  68 Centre Street
Room 630                            Kingston, ON K7L 4E6
Columbus, OH 43210                  Phone: 613-544-1870
Phone: 614-293-3185                 Email: sternse@post.queensu.ca
Email: steven.steinberg@osumc.      Status: Senior
edu
Status: Senior (A)                  Stevenson, Jean
                                          gazelle
Stellato, Thomas                    6345 grand Vista Avenue
      Kathy                         Cincinnati, OH 45213
University Suburban Health          Phone: 513-531-3073
Center                              Status: Senior
1611 S. green Road
South Euclid, OH 44121              Stevenson, Jean
Phone: 216-297-3223                 MetroHealth Medical Center
Email: tomstellato@att.net          2500 MetroHealth Drive
Status: Senior (A)                  Cleveland, OH 44109-1998
                                    Phone: 216-778-5358
Stephenson, Jr., Hugh               Email: jstevenson@metrohealth.
      Sally                         org
University of Missouri - Columbia   Status: Senior
one hospital Drive
Columbia, MO 65212                  Stewart, Scott
Phone: 314-882-5645                       Andrea
Status: Senior                      Strong Memorial hospital
                                    601 Elmwood Avenue
Sterioff, Sylvester                 Rochester, nY 14642
      Yvonne                        Phone: 716-275-2735
Mayo Clinic                         Status: Senior
200 First Street S.W.
Rochester, MN 55901                 Stokes, James
Phone: 507-284-8392                       Doris
Email: ssterioff@mayo.edu           22 Ladue MDWS
Status: Senior (A)                  St. Louis, MO 63141-7557
                                    Status: Senior


                                                       CSA 2011 • 217
   2011 MeMBershiP                         (continued)

   Storm, F. Kristian                 Strodel, William
         Patty                              Melanie
   University of Wisconsin            geisinger Medical Center
   600 Highland Avenue                100 North Academy Avenue
   H4/724 CSC                         Danville, PA 17822
   Madison, WI 53792                  Phone: 570-214-7711
   Phone: 608-263-1383                Email: westrodel@geisinger.edu
   Email: storm@surgery.wisc.edu      Status: Senior (A)
   Status: Senior
                                      Sugawa, Choichi
   Stratta, Robert                          Natsuko
         Kathleen                     Wayne State University
   Wake Forest University School of   6C University Health Center
   Medicine                           4201 St. Antoine
   Medical Center Boulevard           Detroit, Mi 48304
   Winston-Salem, NC 27157            Phone: 313-577-5013
   Phone: 336-716-6371                Email: csugawa@med.wayne.edu
   Email: rstratta@wfubmc.edu         Status: Senior (A)
   Status: Senior
                                      Sugg, Sonia
   Strauch, Gerald                          Joel Shilyansky
         Margaret                     University of Iowa Hospitals &
   633 Sheridan Road                  Clinics
   Winnetka, IL 60093                 200 Hawkins Drive
   Phone: 312-664-4050 x455           Dept of Surgery, 4646 JCP
   Status: Senior                     Iowa City, IA 52242
                                      Phone: 319-356-7675
   Stremple, John                     Email: sonia-sugg@uiowa.edu
         Carole                       Status: Active
   University of Pittsburgh
   160 Monks Road                     Sumner, David
   Saxonburg, PA 16056                      Martha
   Phone: 724-352-4691                2324 West Lake Shore Drive
   Email: jfstrem@zoominternet.net    Springfield, IL 62712
   Status: Senior (A)                 Phone: 217-529-7879
                                      Email: dsumner1@aol.com
                                      Status: Senior (A)




218 • CSA 2011
2011 MeMBershiP                     (continued)

Sung, Randall                  Sweeney, John
      nicole Brittis                 Patty
University of Michigan         Emory University Hospital
1500 E. Medical Center Drive   1364 Clifton Road
2922 Taubman Center            NE Suite H124
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-5331       Atlanta, gA 30322-1059
Phone: 734-936-8363            Phone: 404-727-1540
Email: rssung@umich.edu        Status: Non-Resident
Status: Active
                               Taber, Rodman
Sussman, Jeffrey                     Mary
      Deborah                  3924 S. Cook Valley Drive SE
University of Cincinnati       grand Rapids, MI 49546-8355
234 goodman Avenue, ML#0772    Status: Senior
CIncinnati, OH 45219
Phone: 513-584-8900            Taheri, Paul
Email: sussmaj@uc.edu                Kay
Status: Active                 University of Vermont, College of
                               Medicine
Sutyak, John                   111 Colchester Avenue
SIU School of Medicine         Patrick 318
701 North Rutledge             Burlington,VT 05401
Po Box 19663                   Phone: 802-847-5986
Springfield, IL 62794          Email: Paul.Taheri@uvm.edu
Phone: 217-545-5183            Status: Active
Email: jsutyak@siumed.edu
Status: Senior                 Talamonti, Mark
                                     Anne
Swaniker, Fresca               NorthShore University
      Marcus Bond              HealthSystem
1535 gull Road                 2650 Ridge Avenue
Suite 5                        Walgreen Building Suite 2507
Kalamazoo, MI 49048-1628       evanston, il 60201
Phone: 269-226-6917            Phone: 847-570-2560
Email: fswaniker@pol.net       Email: mtalamonti@northshore.
Status: Active                 org
                               Status: Senior (A)




                                                  CSA 2011 • 219
   2011 MeMBershiP                        (continued)

   Talboy, Glenn                     Tefera, Girma
         Edna                              Rahel Desalegne
   University of Missouri Kansas     University of Wisconsin
   City                              600 Highland Avenue
   2301 holmes Street                g5/319 CSC
   Department of Surgery             Madison, WI 53792-7375
   Kansas City, MO 64108             Phone: 608-263-1388
   Phone: 816-404-5364               Email: tefera@surgery.wisc.edu
   Email: glenn.talboy@tmcmed.org    Status: Senior
   Status: Senior
                                     Teitelbaum, Daniel
   Tan, Henkie                       University of Michigan
         Robin                       1500 E. Medical Center Drive
   University of Pittsburgh/Starzl   Ann Arbor, MI 48109-0245
   Transplant Institue               Phone: 734-764-4151
   3459 Fifth Avenue                 Email: dtt1bm@umich.edu
   MUH N758                          Status: Senior (A)
   Pittsburgh, PA 15213
   Phone: 412-692-4552               Telander, Robert
   Email: tanhp@upmc.edu                   Margaret
   Status: Active                    Memorial hospital
                                     200 First Street South West
   Tarnay, Thomas                    Rochester, MN 55905
   108 Nickerson Lane                Status: Senior
   Rome, Me 04963-3239
   Status: Senior                    Telford, Gordon
                                           Susan Telford, PhD
   Tchorz, Kathryn                   Medical College of Wisconsin
   Wright State University           9200 W. Wisconsin Avenue
   One Wyoming Street                Milwaukee, WI 53226
   7800 WChe                         Phone: 414-805-5750
   Dayton, OH 45409                  Email: gtelford@mcw.edu
   Phone: 937-208-2177               Status: Senior (A)
   Email: lsweber@mvh.org
   Status: Active




220 • CSA 2011
2011 MeMBershiP                       (continued)

Termuhlen, Paula                 Thomas, Paul A.
      David                            eva
Wright State University          5127 Ellington Avenue
1 Wyoming Street                 Western Springs, IL 60558-2034
Dayton, OH 45409                 Phone: 708-246-7072
Phone: 937-208-4953              Status: Senior
Email: paula.termuhlen@wright.
edu                              Thomford, Neil
Status: Active                         Pamela
                                 25010 W. River Road
Tevar, Amit                      Perrysburg, OH 43551
      Krista                     Email: neil@thomford.com
University of Cincinnati         Status: Senior (A)
231 Albert B. Sabin Way
ML 0558                          Thompson, Jon
Cincinnati, OH 45267-0558              Donna
Phone: 513-558-6010              University of Nebraska Medical
Email: amit.tevar@uc.edu         Center
Status: Active                   983280 Nebraska Medical Center
                                 omaha, ne 68198-3280
Thomas, James                    Phone: 402-559-7182
University of Kansas Medical     Email: jthompso@unmc.edu
Center                           Status: Senior (A)
3901 Rainbow Boulevard
MS 2005                          Thompson, Norman
Kansas City, KS 66160                  Marcia
Phone: 913-588-6101              University of Michigan
Email: jthomas@kumc.edu          465 Hillspur Road
Status: Senior (A)               Ann Arbor, MI 48105
                                 Phone: 734-663-6915
Thomas, Jr., Christopher         Email: normant@umich.edu
50 Coventry Court                Status: Senior (A)
Prairie Village, KS 66208
Phone: 913-901-8246              Timberlake, Gregory
Email: christhomas5452@                Sue
sbcglobal.net                    111 Cardinal Circle
Status: Senior                   Brandon, MS 39047-6418
                                 Phone: 601-998-7873
                                 Status: Senior

                                                    CSA 2011 • 221
   2011 MeMBershiP                       (continued)

   Todd, Edward                     Towne, Jonathan
         Marilyn                          Sandra
   Phone: 606-278-2334              395 Oak Run Road
   Status: Senior                   Carbondale, CO 81623
                                    Phone: 970-963-4151
   Ton-That, Hieu                   Email: jbtowne1942@comcast.
   Rhode Island Hospital            net
   Loyola University                Status: Senior
   Dept. of Surgery
   2160 South First Avenue          Trippel, Otto
   Maywood, IL 60153                      Carla
   Phone: 401-444-4000              8215 Newland Avenue
   Email: hieu_tonthat@yahoo.com    niles, il 60714
   Status: Active (C)               Phone: 847-966-8293
                                    Status: Senior
   Toth, Susan
         Nancy Jane                 Tsapogas, Makis
   University of Wisconsin Health         Lily
   1 South Park Street              8 Merlin Street Kolonaki
   Madison, WI 53715                Athens, greece 10671
   Phone: 608-287-2100              Phone: 30-210-33-90-988
   Email: sitoth@wisc.edu           Status: Senior
   Status: Active
                                    Tsoulfas, Georgios
   Touloukian, Christopher          University of Rochester Medical
   Indiana University School of     Center
   Medicine                         66 Tsimiski Street
   535 Barnhill Drive               Box Surgery
   Rt 130                           Thessaloniki, greece 54622
   Indianapolis, IN 46202           Phone: 30 (01130) 6971895190
   Phone: 317-274-4122              Email: tsoulfasg@msn.com
   Email: ctoulouk@iupui.edu        Status: Active
   Status: Active




222 • CSA 2011
2011 MeMBershiP                       (continued)

Tsuei, Betty                     Tyburski, James
      Jim                              Julie
University of Cincinnati         Wayne State University
231 Albert Sabin Way             Detroit Receiving hospital
ML-0558                          Suite 4S-13
Cincinnati, OH 45267-0558        4201 St. Antoine
Phone: 513-558-5661              Detroit, Mi 48201
Email: betty.tsuei@uc.edu        Phone: 313-745-3487
Status: Active                   Email: jtybursk@med.wayne.edu
                                 Status: Active
Turcotte, Jeremiah
      Claire                     Udekwu, Anthony
UM Surgery Emeritus Faculty            Melissa
1327 Jones Drive                 geisinger Medical Center
Suite 201                        100 North Academy Avenue
Ann Arbor, MI 48105              Danville, PA 17822
Phone: 734-936-5720              Phone: 570-271-7149
Status: Senior (A)               Email: AOUdekwu@geisinger.edu
                                 Status: Senior
Turnipseed, William
      Sandy                      Upchurch, Jr., Gilbert
University of Wisconsin                Nancy
600 Highland Avenue              University of Virginia
g5/325                           Po Box 800679
Madison, WI 53792                Charlottesville,VA 22908-0679
Phone: 608-265-4420              Phone: 434-243-6333
Email: turnip@surgery.wisc.edu   Email: gru6n@virginia.edu
Status: Senior (A)               Status: Active

Tuttle, Todd                     Upperman, Jeffrey
      Jayne                      Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles
University of Minnesota          4650 Sunset Boulevard
420 Delaware Street S.E.         Mail Stop 72
MMC 195                          los Angeles, CA 90027
Minneapolis, MN 55455            Phone: 323-361-7078
Phone: 612-625-2991              Email: Jupperman@chla.usc.edu
Email: tuttl006@umn.edu          Status: Non-Resident
Status: Active
                                 Upson

                                                    CSA 2011 • 223
   2011 MeMBershiP                            (continued)

   , James                               Vanecko, Robert
         Patricia                              Mary Carol
   6815 E. Quaker Road                   Northwestern University Medical
   Orchard Park, Ny 14127                School
   Phone: 716-662-4754                   Division of Cardiothoracic
   Status: Senior                        Surgery
                                         6200 N. Kilpatrick
   Urdaneta, Luis                        Chicago, il 60646
   University of Iowa Hospitals &        Phone: 312-695-3121
   Clinics                               Email: rvanecko@northwestern.edu
   200 Hawkins Drive                     Status: Senior
   UIHC, 1539 JCP
   Iowa City, IA 52242                   Vargish, Thomas
   Phone: 319-353-6328                         Kathryn
   Email: luis-urdaneta@uiowa.edu        Mount Sinai Hospital
   Status: Senior                        1500 S. Fairfield Avenue
                                         Chicago, il 60608
   Vaccaro, Patrick                      Phone: 773-257-4752
         teri                            Email: varth@sinai.org
   The Ohio State University             Status: Senior
   456 W. 10th Avenue
   3018 Cramblett                        Vega, Roland
   Columbus, OH 43210                          Joan
   Phone: 614-293-8536                   University of Wisconsin
   Email: patrick.vaccaro@osumc.         1 South Park Street
   edu                                   Madison, WI 53715
   Status: Senior                        Phone: 608-287-2100
                                         Email: rjvega@wisc.edu
   Van Way, III, Charles                 Status: Senior
         gail
   University of Missouri, Kansas City   Velanovich, Vic
   2411 holmes Street                          Lynda
   Kansas City, MO 64108                 Henry Ford Hospital
   Phone: 816-235-2553                   2799 West grand Boulevard
   Email: charles.vanway@tmcmed.         K-8
   org                                   Detroit, Mi 48202
   Status: Senior (A)                    Phone: 313-916-8984
                                         Email: vvelano1@hfhs.org
                                         Status: Senior (A)

224 • CSA 2011
2011 MeMBershiP                          (continued)

Velasco, Jose                      Vickers, Selwyn
      Aglae                              Janice
NorthShore University              University of Minnesota
HealthSystem, Skokie Hospital      420 Delaware Street S.E.
9600 gross Point Road              MMC 195
Department of Surgery              Minneapolis, MN 55455
Skokie, IL 60076                   Phone: 612-626-1999
Phone: 847-933-6020                Email: vickers@umn.edu
Email: jose_velasco@rush.edu       Status: Senior
Status: Senior
                                   Vitale, Gary
Vermilion, Blair                         Melodie
      Kay                          University of Louisville
The Ohio State University          550 South Jackson Street
Cramblett hall                     2nd Floor
456 W. 10th Avenue, Ste 3018       Louisville, Ky 40202
Columbus, OH 43210                 Phone: 502-629-2278
Phone: 614-293-8536                Email: garyvitale@gmail.com
Email: blair.vermilion@osumc.edu   Status: Senior
Status: Senior
                                   Vitello, Joseph
Vester, Samuel                           Christine
      Petra                        University of Illinois at Chicago
Cardiac,Vascular & Thoracic        840 South Wood Street
Surgeons, Inc.                     Room 435E, MC 958
4030 Smith Road                    Chicago, il 60612
Suite 300                          Phone: 312-996-2037
Cincinnati, OH 45209               Email: vitello@uic.edu
Phone: 513-421-3494                Status: Senior
Email: russvester@gmail.com
Status: Senior                     Vogel, Jon
                                   The Cleveland Clinic
                                   9500 Euclid Avenue
                                   A30-262
                                   Cleveland, OH 44195
                                   Phone: 216-445-4631
                                   Email: vogelj@ccf.org
                                   Status: Active


                                                       CSA 2011 • 225
   2011 MeMBershiP                         (continued)

   Vogt, David                        Wahl, Wendy
         Dianne                             Bill lee
   Cleveland Clinic Foundation        University of Michigan Trauma
   9500 Euclid Avenue                 Burn Center
   Desk A110                          1500 E. Medical Center Drive
   Cleveland, OH 44106                1B407 uh
   Phone: 216-444-6968                Ann Arbor, MI 48109-5033
   Status: Senior                     Phone: 734-936-9666
                                      Email: wlwahl@med.umich.edu
   Volpe, Carmine                     Status: Active
         Beth
   University of Florida College of   Wakefield, Thomas
   Medicine-Jacksonville                    Mary
   Faculty Clinic, 3rd Floor          University of Michigan
   Dept. of Surgery                   1500 E. Medical Center Drive
   653 W. 8th Street                  CVC 5179 - SPC 5867
   Jacksonville, FL 32209             Ann Arbor, Mi 48109
   Phone: 904-244-3971                Phone: 734-936-5820
   Email: carmine.volpe@jax.ufl.edu   Email: thomasww@umich.edu
   Status: Senior                     Status: Senior (A)

   Wade, Terence                      Waldhausen, John
         Patricia                           Marian
   340 W. Lincoln Street              Penn State Milton S. Hershey
   Suite 500                          Medical Center
   Belleville, il 62220               500 University Drive
   Phone: 618-277-7400                PO Box 850
   Email: tpwademd@yahoo.com          Hershey, PA 17033
   Status: Senior                     Phone: 717-531-8330
                                      Email: jwaldhausen@psu.edu
   Wagner, Marvin                     Status: Senior (A)
         Shirley
   Medical College of Wisconsin       Walker, Alonzo
   8701 Watertown Plank Road          Medical College of Wisconsin
   Milwaukee, WI 53226                9200 W. Wisconsin Avenue
   Phone: 414-456-8470                Milwaukee, WI 53226
   Status: Senior                     Phone: 414-805-5737
                                      Email: awalker@mcw.edu
                                      Status: Senior

226 • CSA 2011
2011 MeMBershiP                       (continued)

Wallace, James R.                Walsh, R. Matthew
      Michele                    Cleveland Clinic
Medical College of Wisconsin     9500 Euclid Avenue
9200 W. Wisconsin Avenue         Desk A-100
Milwaukee, WI 53226              Cleveland, OH 44195
Phone: 414-805-5844              Phone: 216-445-7576
Email: jwallace@mcw.edu          Email: walshm@ccf.org
Status: Senior                   Status: Senior

Wallace, Robert B.               Wang, Tracy
      Beth                       Medical College of Wisconsin
1322 Darnell Drive               9200 W. Wisconsin Avenue
McLean,VA 22101                  Dept. of Surgery
Phone: 703-356-4015              Milwaukee, WI 53226
Email: rbwallace@cox.net         Phone: 414-805-5755
Status: Senior (A)               Email: tswang@mcw.edu
                                 Status: Active
Wallack, Marc
      Jamie Colby                Ward, Herbert
Metro hospital                         lori
1901 First Avenue                University of Minnesota
Rm 12A1                          420 Delaware Street S.E.
New york, Ny 10029               MMC 207
Phone: 212-423-6614              Minneapolis, MN 55455
Email: marc.wallack@nychhc.org   Phone: 612-625-3902
Status: Senior (A)               Email: wardx020@tc.umn.edu
                                 Status: Senior
Walls, Joseph
      Sally                      Warden, Glenn
1031 Bourne Avenue                     norie
Columbia, MO 65203               Warden Bioscience Associates,
Phone: 314-882-6954              Ltd
Status: Senior                   5470 Pioneer Fork Road
                                 Salt Lake City, UT 84108-1674
                                 Phone: 801-971-3762
                                 Email: wardenuc@ix.netcom.com
                                 Status: Senior (A)



                                                    CSA 2011 • 227
   2011 MeMBershiP                      (continued)

   Warner, Brad                    Wayne, Jeffrey
         Barbara                         Diane
   St. Louis Children’s Hospital   Northwestern University -
   One Children’s Place            Feinberg School of Medicine
   Suite 5S40                      Division of gastrointestinal &
   St. Louis, MO 63110             Oncologic Surgery
   Phone: 314-454-6022             676 North St. Clair Street
   Email: brad.warner@wudosis.     Suite 650
   wustl.edu                       Chicago, il 60611
   Status: Senior (A)              Phone: 312-695-4853
                                   Email: jwayne@northwestern.edu
   Waterman, Norton                Status: Active
         Judy
   5403 Harbortown Road            Weaver, Donald
   Prospect, Ky 40059                    Sandra
   Status: Senior                  Wayne State University
                                   3990 John R Street
   Watne, Alvin                    Dept of Surgery
         Diana                     Detroit, Mi 48201
   1653 Moorgate Court             Phone: 313-745-8775
   Marietta, gA 30062              Email: dweaver@med.wayne.edu
   Status: Senior (A)              Status: Senior

   Watson, Raymond                 Weber, Sharon
         Barbara                         gail Campbell
   Status: Senior                  UW Hospital and Clinics
                                   600 Highland Avenue
   Watters, Neil                   H4/752 CSC
         Shelagh                   Madison, WI 53792
   RR #3                           Phone: 608-263-1387
   Cookstown, ON L0L 1L0           Email: webers@surgery.wisc.edu
   Status: Senior                  Status: Active




228 • CSA 2011
2011 MeMBershiP                            (continued)

Webster, Marshall                     Weinberg, Jr., Milton
      Bonnie                                Joan
University of Pittsburgh Physicians   983 Kirkhill Lane
200 lothrop Street                    Lake Forest, IL 60045-4209
Suite 9019 Forbes Tower               Phone: 847-482-1773
Pittsburgh, PA 15213                  Email: mw983@yahoo.com
Phone: 412-647-1912                   Status: Senior
Email: webstermw@upmc.edu
Status: Senior (A)                    Weintraub, William
                                            Franee
Weigel, Ronald                        1245 Highland Avenue
      Paula                           Suite 604
University of Iowa                    Abington, PA 19001
200 Hawkins Drive                     Phone: 215-481-6386
1509 JCP                              Status: Senior
Iowa City, IA 52242
Phone: 319-353-7474                   Wells, Samuel
Email: ronald-weigel@uiowa.edu              Barbara
Status: Senior                        Washington University School of
                                      Medicine
Weigelt, John                         660 South Euclid Avenue
      Dorina                          10th Floor Wohl Hospital, Box
Medical College of Wisconsin          8109
9200 W. Wisconsin Avenue              Saint Louis, MO 63110
Milwaukee, WI 53226                   Phone: 314-362-8022
Phone: 414-805-8636                   Email: wellss@wudosis.wustl.edu
Email: jweigelt@mcw.edu               Status: Senior (A)
Status: Senior (A)
                                      Wesley, John
Weil, Richard                               Cornelia
      Polly                           185 S. Old Creek Road
746 Riomar Drive                      Vernon Hills, IL 60061
Vero Beach, FL 32963                  Phone: 847-270-5608
Phone: 772-234-0042                   Status: Senior
Status: Senior (A)




                                                         CSA 2011 • 229
   2011 MeMBershiP                     (continued)

   Wesson, David                  Wexler, Marvin
   Baylor College of Medicine           Randa
   6701 Fannin Street             Royal Victoria Hospital
   Suite 650                      687 Pine Avenue West
   Houston, Tx 77030              Montreal, QC H3A 1A1
   Phone: 832-822-3135            Phone: 514-842-1231 x5178
   Email: davidw@bcm.tmc.edu      Email: marvin.wexler@muhc.
   Status: Senior (A)             mcgill.ca
                                  Status: Senior
   West, Karen
         Keith Dwyer              White, Michael
   Indiana University School of         Kathyrn
   Medicine                       Detroit Receiving hospital
   705 Riley Hospital Drive       4201 St. Antoine, Rm 3V-26
   Suite 2500                     Detroit, Mi 48201
   Indianapolis, IN 46202         Phone: 313-993-2745
   Phone: 317-274-4682            Email: mwhite@med.wayne.edu
   Email: kwest@iupui.edu         Status: Active
   Status: Senior
                                  Whitehouse Jr., Walter
   West, Michael                         Rosanne
         Susan                    St. Joseph Mercy Hospital
   UCSF-San Francisco general     Po Box 974
   hospital                       MHVI Suite 104
   1001 Potero Avenue             Ann Arbor, Mi 48106
   Ward 3A                        Phone: 734-712-8150
   San Francisco, CA 94110        Email: whitehow@trinity-health.
   Phone: 415-206-4626            org
   Email: michael.west@ucsf.edu   Status: Senior (A)
   Status: Senior (A)
                                  Wiebke, Eric
                                        Jennifer
                                  University Surgeons, Inc
                                  545 Barnhill Drive
                                  Emerson Hall 537
                                  Indianapolis, IN 46202
                                  Phone: 317-274-4990
                                  Status: Senior


230 • CSA 2011
2011 MeMBershiP                          (continued)

Wilhelm, Scott                      Williams, Jr., Thomas E.
      Jeannie Wong, MD                    Margaret
University Hospitals/Case Medical   The Ohio State University
Center                              North Doan, Room N-805
Dept. of Surgery                    University Hospital
11100 Euclid Avenue                 410 West Tenth Avenue
Cleveland, OH 44106                 Columbus, OH 43210
Phone: 216-844-8283                 Phone: 614-293-5629
Email: Scott.Wilhelm@               Email: Tom.williams@osumc.edu
UHhospitals.org                     Status: Senior
Status: Active
                                    Wilson, Robert
Wilkinson, Neal                           Jackie
Roswell Park Cancer Institute       Detroit Receiving hospital
Dept. of Surgical Oncology          4201 St. Antoine
Elm Street & Carlton Street         Suite 4V-23
Buffalo, Ny 14263                   Detroit, Mi 48201
Phone: 716-845-5807                 Phone: 313-745-3487
Email: Neal.Wilkinson@              Email: rwilson3@dmc.org
RoswellPark.org                     Status: Senior (A)
Status: Active
                                    Wilson, Stuart
Williams, Gary                      Medical College of Wisconsin
      Pamela                        Department of Surgery
Summa Health System                 9200 W Wisconsin Avenue
75 Arch Street                      Milwaukee, WI 53226
Suite 405                           Phone: 414-805-5723
Akron, OH 44304                     Email: swilson@mcw.edu
Phone: 330-253-5335                 Status: Senior (A)
Email: gbwms@aol.com
Status: Senior                      Winchester, David
                                          Marilyn
                                    evanston hospital
                                    2650 Ridge Avenue
                                    evanston, il 60201-1718
                                    Phone: 847-570-2560
                                    Email: dwinchester@enh.org
                                    Status: Senior (A)


                                                       CSA 2011 • 231
   2011 MeMBershiP                           (continued)

   Wise, Leslie                         Wolfman, Earl
         Amal                                 lois
   New york Methodist Hospital          University of California, Davis
   506 Sixth Street                     44770 n el Macero Drive
   Floor 6                              El Macero, CA 95618
   Brooklyn, Ny 11215                   Phone: 530-756-5442
   Phone: 718-780-3288                  Email: efwolfman@ucdavis.edu
   Status: Senior (A)                   Status: Senior

   Wise, Stephen R.                     Wolk, Seth
         Bonnie Wise, MD                      Ruth Ann
   Univeristy of Illinois, College of   Michigan Heart & Vascular Inst
   Medicine                             Po Box 994
   Mt. Sinai Hospital                   Ann Arbor, Mi 48106-0994
   Dept. of Surgery, Suite F958         Phone: 734-712-8150
   California Street at 15th Avenue     Status: Senior
   Chicago, il 60608
   Phone: 773-257-6710                  Wood, Donald
   Email: wises@speakeasy.net                 Linda
   Status: Senior                       VACHS West Side Division
                                        840 S. Damen Avenue (112)
   Wittmann, Dietmar                    Chicago, il 60612
         Heide-Marie                    Phone: 312-569-6127
   MCW                                  Status: Senior
   990 golf Winds Way
   Nokomis, FL 34275                    Woods, James
   Phone: 941-412-0308                        Judith
   Email: dtm@colonna.net               Email: jharwoods@aol.com
   Status: Senior                       Status: Senior

   Wolf, James                          Woods, John
         Marjorie                             Janet
   25 Oyster Reef Drive                 Mayo Clinic
   Hilton Head Island, SC 29926         200 First Street S.W.
   Status: Senior                       Rochester, MN 55905
                                        Phone: 507-284-2612
                                        Email: woods.john@mayo.edu
                                        Status: Senior


232 • CSA 2011
2011 MeMBershiP                        (continued)

Wright, Creighton                 Yao, Katharine
      Carolyn                           Kent
Cardiac,Vascular & Thoracic       NorthShore University Health
Surgeons Inc.                     System
312 East Second Street            2650 Ridge Ave
Covington, Ky 41011               Dept of Surgery
Phone: 513-421-3494               Suite 2507 Walgreen Bldg
Email: cbw@one.net                evanston, il 60201
Status: Senior                    Phone: 847-570-1327
                                  Email: kyao@northshore.org
Wrightson, William                Status: Active
      lisa
Department of Veterans Affairs    Yashon, David
800 Zorn Avenue                   500 Columbia Place
Surgical Services 112             Columbus, OH 43209
Louisville, Ky 40206              Phone: 614-224-1720
Phone: 502-287-6804               Status: Senior
Email: wwrightson@bellsouth.net
Status: Active                    Yaw, Peter
                                        Marlene
Wulsin, John                      Wishard Memorial Hospital
      Rosamond                    8426 Aurora Drive
8405 Spooky Hollow Road           Monrovia, IN 46157
Cincinnati, OH 45242              Phone: 317-630-7161
Status: Senior                    Status: Senior

Yao, James                        Yee, Lisa
      Louise                            Roger
Northwestern University           The Ohio State University
676 North St. Clair               410 West 10th Avenue
Suite 650                         n924 Doan hall
Chicago, il 60611                 Columbus, OH 43210
Phone: 312-695-2716               Phone: 614-293-6654
Email: jyao@nmh.org               Email: lisa.yee@osumc.edu
Status: Senior (A)                Status: Senior




                                                     CSA 2011 • 233
   2011 MeMBershiP                       (continued)

   Yen, Tina                        Zaren, Howard
         J.D. Optekar                     Shauna
   Medical College of Wisconsin     Lewis Cancer & Research Pavillion
   Division of Surgical Oncology    225 Candler Drive Suite 204
   9200 W. Wisconsin Avenue         Savannah, gA 31405
   Milwaukee, WI 53226              Phone: 912-819-7152
   Phone: 414-805-5495              Email: hazaren@msn.com
   Email: tyen@mcw.edu              Status: Senior
   Status: Active
                                    Zdon, Michael
   Yilmaz, Serdar                         Bernardine
         Asli                       Chicago Medical School
   Foothills Medical Center         3333 green Bay Road
   1403 29th Street N.W.            north Chicago, il 60064
   Rm 729 North Tower               Phone: 847-578-8714
   Calgary, AB T2N2T9               Email: michael.zdon@
   Phone: 403-944-4293              rosalindfranklin.edu
   Email: serdar.yilmaz@            Status: Senior
   calgaryhealthregion.ca
   Status: Active                   Zelenock, Gerald
                                          Mary Kate
   Yim, John                        University of Toledo Medical
         Sandy                      Center
   City of Hope                     3000 Arlington Avenue
   1500 E. Duarte Rd.               Mail Stop 1095
   MoB level 4                      Toledo, OH 43614
   Duarte, CA 91010                 Phone: 419-383-6298
   Phone: 626-688-6072              Email: gerald.zelenock@utoledo.
   Email: jyim@coh.org              edu
   Status: Active                   Status: Senior (A)

   Yowler, Charles
   MetroHealth Medical Center
   2500 MetroHealth Drive
   Cleveland, OH 44109
   Phone: 216-778-5627
   Email: cyowler@metrohealth.org
   Status: Senior


234 • CSA 2011
2011 MeMBershiP                  (continued)

Zera, Richard
      Diane gail
Hennepin Faculty Associates
Hennepin County Medical Center
Department of Surgery
701 Park Avenue S.
Minneapolis, MN 55415
Phone: 612-873-2810
Email: richard.zera@hcmed.org
Status: Senior

Zollinger, Jr., Robert
      Ruth
5296 N. via Sempreverde
Tucson, AZ 85750
Phone: 216-844-3023
Email: rmz3@case.edu
Status: Senior (A)

Zyromski, Nicholas
      Jennifer
Indiana University
535 Barnhill Drive
Rt 130
Indianapolis, IN 46202
Phone: 314-274-5012
Email: nzyromsk@iupui.edu
Status: Active




                                               CSA 2011 • 235
   geOgrAPhiCAL Listing
   CANADA                 Ottawa
                          Harris, Kenneth
   ALBERTA                Lewis, Ronald
   Calgary
   Bathe, oliver          Owen Sound
   Dixon, elijah          Mullens, J. Edward
   Kortbeek, John
   lafreniere, Rene       Stayner
   McKinnon, J. gregory   Lane, g. Alan
   McPhedran, N. Tait
   Pasieka, Janice        Toronto
   yilmaz, Serdar         Deitel, Mervyn
                          Filler, Robert
                          Koven, Irving
   MANITOBA               McLeod, Robin S.
   Winnipeg               Rosen, irving
   Downs, Allan

                          QUEBEC
   ONTARIO                Montreal
   Belleville             Brown, Rea A.
   Inglis, Frederic       Chiu, Ray Chu-Jeng
                          Feldman, Liane
   Cookstown              Fleiszer, David
   Watters, neil          Fried, gerald
                          gordon, Philip H.
   Hamilton               Hampson, Lawrence
   Knight, Peter          Hinchey, E. John
   Mueller, C. Barber     MacLean, Lloyd
                          McLean, A. Peter
   Kingston               Mulder, David
   Sterns, ernest         Rosenberg, Lawrence
                          Scott, Henry
   London                 Shibata, Henry
   Duff, John             Sigman, Harvey
   Passi, Ronald          Wexler, Marvin

   Mansfield              St. Leonard
   Pearson, F. griffith   Rheault, Marcel

236 • CSA 2011
geOgrAPhiCAL Listing                          (continued)

SASKATCHEWAN          TURKEY
Saskatoon
Keith, Roger          Siali, Istanbul
McFadden, Andrew      Kalayoglu, Munci
Miller, grant


                      UNITED ARAB
CYPRUS                EMIRATES
Lefkosa
                      Abu Dhabi
Canver, Charles
                      Hau, Toni


FRANCE                UNITED STATES
Paris                 OF AMERICA
Pilch,Yosef
                      ALABAMA
                      Birmingham
                      gleysteen, John
GERMANY               Hanaway, Michael
                      harmon, Caroll
Essen
Broelsch, Christoph
                      Mobile
                      Locicero, III, Joseph

GREECE
                      ARIZONA
Athens                Carefree
Tsapogas, Makis       Michaelis, Lawrence

Thessaloniki          Harrison
Tsoulfas, georgios    Bell, Thomas E.

                      Mesa
                      Eckhauser, Marc Lewis




                                              CSA 2011 • 237
   geOgrAPhiCAL Listing
   Paradise Valley          Los Gatos
   Hale Jr., Harry          Makowka, Leonard

   Phoenix                  Orange
   Madura ,II, James        Harness, Jay

   Scottsdale               Rancho Santa Fe
   Demeure, Michael         geha, Alexander
   gonzalez, Luis
                            Rescue
   Tucson                   Frey, Charles F.
   Zollinger, Jr., Robert
   little, Alex             San Diego
                            Block, Melvin

   CALIFORNIA               San Francisco
   Coronado                 Doherty, Cornelius
   Knutson, Carl            West, Michael

   Duarte                   Santa Barbara
   yim, John                Dent, thomas
                            Serkes, Kenneth
   El Macero
   Andrews, Neil            Santa Rosa
   Berkoff, Herbert         Jacobson, Lyle F.
   Wolfman, earl
                            Torrance
   La Jolla                 Moore, thomas
   Bergan, John

   Los Angeles              COLORADO
   Benfield, John           Carbondale
   DeMeester, tom           Towne, Jonathan
   Ford, Henri
   gewertz, Bruce           Denver
   Reber, Howard            halgrimson, Charles
   Upperman, Jeffrey        Moore, ernest
                            Ruge, Daniel


238 • CSA 2011
geOgrAPhiCAL Listing                     (continued)

Lone Tree            Captiva Island
Chae, Frank          Reyes, Hernan

                     Coral Gables
CONNECTICUT          Reis, Robert
Hartford
Butler, Karyn        Jacksonville
Papasavas, Pavlos    Nussbaum, Michael
                     Sommer, Bruce
New Haven            Volpe, Carmine
Chagpar, Anees
longo, Walter        Jupiter
                     ernst, Calvin

DELAWARE             Long Boat Key
Newark               Judd, Donald
Petrelli, nicholas
                     Miami
                     Lew, John
DISTRICT OF
COLUMBIA             Naples
Washington           McChesney, Lawrence
De Palma, Ralph
Kirkpatrick, John    Nokomis
                     Wittmann, Dietmar
FLORIDA
Bartlow              Palm City
Etheredge, Edward    gans, Henry

Bay Pines            Ponte Vedra Beach
Max, Martin          Barnhorst, Donald

Boca Raton           Stuart
Barron, James        Robson, Martin

Bonita Springs       Tampa
Freier, Duane        Bandyk, Dennis
                     Carey, Larry
                     Dawes, Lillian

                                         CSA 2011 • 239
   geOgrAPhiCAL Listing                       (continued)

   Fabri, Peter        Chicago
   Firor, Hugh         Abcarian, Herand
   Karl, Richard       Abecassis, Michael
                       Akhter, Shahab
   Vero Beach          An, gary
   Weil, Richard       Angelos, Peter
                       Baker, Robert
                       Baker, Talia
   GEORGIA             Barker, Walter
   Atlanta             Benedetti, Enrico
   gordon, Robert      Bernhard,Victor
   Knechtle, Stuart    Bines, Steven
   Sweeney, John       Blum, Matthew
                       Caicedo, Juan
   Decatur             Chedrawy, Edgar
   Fink, Aaron         Choi, Eugene
                       Collicott, Paul
   Marietta            Connolly, Mark
   Watne, Alvin        Crandall, Marie
                       Das gupta, Tapas
   Savannah            de Hoyos, Alberto
   Zaren, Howard       Deziel, Daniel
                       Durham, Joseph
   Valdosta            Eskandari, Mark
   Beal, John          Faber, L. Penfield
                       Fichera, Alessandro
                       Flint, Lewis
                       Francescatti, Darius
   ILLINOIS
                       Fry, Donald
   Arlington Heights
                       Fryer, Jonathan P.
   Conway, Daniel
                       Hanlon, C. Rollins
   loren, Alan
                       hansen, nora
                       Harper, Paul
   Belleville
                       Hungness, Eric
   Wade, Terence
                       Hunter, James
                       Hurst, Roger
   Burr Ridge
                       Jeruss, Jacqueline
   gamelli, Richard
                       Kaplan, Edwin
                       Katherine, Liu

240 • CSA 2011
geOgrAPhiCAL Listing                        (continued)

Kaufman, Dixon      Talamonti, Mark
Keen, Richard       Winchester, David
Khan, Seema         yao, Katharine
Kibbe, Melina
Leventhal, Joseph   Glenview
Mahvi, David        Caprini, Joseph
Massad, Malek       Curtin, John
Matthews, Jeffrey   Paloyan, Daniel
McCarthy, Walter
Morasch, Mark       Highland Park
Moss, gerald        gould, Steven
Nagy, Kimberly
Najafi, Hassan      Hines
Pearce, William     Joehl, Raymond
Pickleman, Jack
Posner, Mitchell    Hinsdale
Prystowsky, Jay     greager, John
Pugh, Carla         Paloyan, Edward
Richter, Harry      Schuler, James
Roggin, Kevin
Schmitz, Robert     Hoffman Estates
Shapiro, Michael    Fisher, H. Calvin
Shields, Thomas
Skaro, Anton        Itasca
Snow, Norman        Mozes, Martin
Soper, nathaniel
Vanecko, Robert     Knoxville
Vargish, Thomas     Miller, Joshua
Vitello, Joseph
Wayne, Jeffrey      Lake Forest
Wise, Stephen R.    Weinberg, Jr., Milton
Wood, Donald
yao, James          Maywood
                    Aranha, gerard
Evanston            De Jong, Steven
Baker, Marshall     Fisichella, P. Marco
Jona, Juda          glynn, Loretto
Prinz, Richard      godellas, Constantine
Sener, Stephen      Holt, David

                                        CSA 2011 • 241
   geOgrAPhiCAL Listing                      (continued)

   Luchette, Fred         River Forest
   Sankary, Howard        Mason, g. Robert
   Santaniello, John
   Sarker, Sharfi         Skokie
   Shoup, Margo           Frantzides, Constantine
   Slogoff, Michele       Hieken, Tina
   Ton-That, Hieu         Velasco, Jose

   Naperville             Springfield
   Folk, Frank            Alfrey, Edward
                          Birtch, Alan
   Niles                  Dunnington, gary
   trippel, otto          Folse, J. Roland
                          hassan, imran
   North Chicago          Hazelrigg, Stephen
   Zdon, Michael          McLafferty, Robert B.
                          Peralta, Elizabeth
   Northbrook             Rakinic, Jan
   Nahrwold, David        Ramsey, Don
                          Sumner, David
   Oak Brook              Sutyak, John
   Jensik, Robert
                          Urbana
   Oak Park               Aucar, John
   Baker, William
                          Vernon Hills
   Park Ridge             Wesley, John
   Saletta, John
                          Western Springs
   Peoria                 Thomas, Paul A.
   Anderson, Richard
   Bonello, Julius        Willow Brook
   Crawford, David        Silver, geoffrey
   DeBord, James
   estes, norman          Wilmette
   Marshall, J. Stephen   Printen, Kenneth
   Pearl, Richard         Sherman, Joseph
   Stanfill, Amy


242 • CSA 2011
geOgrAPhiCAL Listing                         (continued)

Winnetka                 Lemmon, gary
Fry, Willard             Lillemoe, Keith
Strauch, gerald          Madura, James
                         Miskulin, Judiann
Woodstock                Munshi, Imtiaz
Bryan, Douglas           Nakeeb, Attila
                         Pitt, Henry
Zion                     Pohlman, Timothy
Staren, Edgar            Rescorla, Frederick
                         Sawchuk, Alan
                         Schmidt, Max
INDIANA                  Selzer, Don
Carmel                   Simons, Clark
Jolly, Walter            Touloukian, Christopher
                         West, Karen
Evansville               Wiebke, Eric
Heimburger, Irvin        Zyromski, Nicholas

Fort Wayne               Lafayette
Reed, Jr., Donald        McPherson, Richard C.
                         Rolley, Ronald
Hobart
galouzis, Tom Nicholas   Monrovia
                         Bennett, James
Indianapolis             yaw, Peter
Billmire, Deborah
Broadie, Thomas          Valparaiso
Canal, David             Anderson, Raymond
Cikrit, Dolores
Clare, Susan             West Lafayette
Coleman, III, John       Lempke, Robert
Dalsing, Michael
Engum, Scott
Falimirski, Mark         IOWA
george,Virgilio          Davenport
grosfeld, Jay            Lohmuller, Joseph
Hayward, III, Thomas
Howard, Thomas
Ladd, Alan

                                             CSA 2011 • 243
   geOgrAPhiCAL Listing                              (continued)

   Iowa City                  KENTUCKY
   gurll, Nelson              Covington
   Howe, James                Wright, Creighton
   Jochimsen, Peter
   Katz, Daniel               Florence
   Mason, Edward              Edwards, John D.
   Metcalf, Amanda
   Rossi, nicholas            Lexington
   Scott-Conner, Carol        Belin, Robert
   Shilyansky, Joel           Endean, Eric
   Shirazi, Siroos            Ferraris,Victor
   Soper, Robert              Hagihara, Patrick
   Sugg, Sonia                Ranjan, Dinesh
   Urdaneta, Luis             Sachatello, Charles
   Weigel, Ronald             Schwarcz, Thomas

   Keokuk                     Louisville
   Caropreso, Philip          Bergamini, thomas
                              Cacchione, Robert
                              Cheadle, William g.
   KANSAS                     gaar, Edwin
   Kansas City                galandiuk, Susan
   Jewell, William            garrison, R. Neal
   Mammen, Joshua             harbrecht, Brian
   Schloerb, Paul             Larson, gerald
   Thomas, James              Martin, Robert
                              Marvin, Michael
   Lake Quivera               McCafferty, Michael
   Hermreck, Arlo             McMasters, Kelly
   Pierce, george             Miller, Frank B.
                              Polk, Jr., Hiram
   Mission Hills              Richardson, J. David
   Pinkerton, Jr., Joe        Rodriguez, Jorge
                              Scoggins, Charles
   Prairie Village            Vitale, gary
   Holder, Thomas             Wrightson, William
   Thomas, Jr., Christopher
                              Prospect
                              Waterman, norton

244 • CSA 2011
geOgrAPhiCAL Listing                        (continued)

Somerset            MASSACHUSETTS
Mays, E. Truman     Boston
                    Becker, James
                    Ellis, Jr., F. Henry
LOUISIANA           Fernando, Hiran
New Orleans         Fischer, Josef E.
Buell, Joseph       hasselgren, Per-olof
Margolin, David     Hurst, James
Nichols, Ronald     Levitsky, Sidney

Shreveport          Burlington
McDonald, John      Sillin, lelan

                    Danvers
MAINE               Narra,Vinod
Lewiston
Blondeau, Benoit    Springfield
                    Patterson, lisa
Rome
Tarnay, Thomas      Topsfield
                    Hammond, george
MARYlAnD
Baltimore           Worcester
Park, Adrian        Bozorgzadeh, Adel
                    Fiddian-green, Richard
Bethesda
Drucker, William
Niederhuber, John   MICHIGAN
Rice, Charles       Ada
                    Mason, James
Cockeysville
Imbembo, Anthony    Ann Arbor
                    Anderson, III, Harry
Nottingham          Arneson, Jr., Wallace
geis, W. Peter      Bartlett, Robert H.
                    Brandt, Maggie
Rockville           Breslin, tara
Read, Raymond       Burney, Richard
                    Campbell, Darrell

                                        CSA 2011 • 245
   geOgrAPhiCAL Listing                             (continued)

   Chang, Alfred             Dearborn
   Cimmino,Vincent           Berkas, Ernest
   Coran, Arnold
   gauger, Paul              Detroit
   golladay, Eustace         Baylor, Alfred
   greenfield, Lazar         Diebel, Lawrence
   Hemmila, Mark             Dulchavsky, Scott
   Henke, Peter              Fromm, David
   Hinshaw, Daniel           gruber, Scott
   Hoshal, Jr.,Verne         Klein, Michael
   Kirsh, Marvin             Ledgerwood, Anna
   Knol, James               Lelli, Jr., Joseph
   Konnak, John              Lucas, Charles
   Kraft, Richard            Mentzer, Jr., Robert
   Lindenauer, S. Martin     Phillips, Eduardo
   Magee, John               Reddy, Daniel
   Merion, Robert            Steffes, Christopher
   Mulholland, Michael       Sugawa, Choichi
   Orringer, Mark            Tyburski, James
   Park, Pauline             Velanovich,Vic
   Patel, Himanshu           Weaver, Donald
   Polley, Jr., Theodore     White, Michael
   Prager, Richard           Wilson, Robert
   Punch, Jeffrey
   Rectenwald, John          Drummond Island
   Sloan, herbert            Filo, Ronald
   Stanley, James
   Sung, Randall             Frankfort
   Teitelbaum, Daniel        griffen, Jr., Ward
   thompson, norman          olsen, William
   Turcotte, Jeremiah
   Wahl, Wendy               Grand Rapids
   Wakefield, Thomas         Mansour, M. Ashraf
   Whitehouse, Jr., Walter   Scheeres, David
   Wolk, Seth                Scholten, Donald
                             Taber, Rodman
   Chelsea
   Feller, Irving


246 • CSA 2011
geOgrAPhiCAL Listing                         (continued)

Gross Pointe           MINNESOTA
Kelly, Alexander       Duluth
Lloyd, Larry           Monge, James

Grosse Pointe Farms    Lake Park
Javid, Hushang         Becker, William

Kalamazoo              Minneapolis
Swaniker, Fresca       Abrams, Jerome
                       Acton, Robert
Lansing                Al-Refaie, Waddah
McLeod, Michael        Barke, Roderick
                       Beilman, gregory
Mears                  Buchwald, Henry
Roseman, David         Delaney, John
                       Foker, John
Pontiac                goodale, Robert
Silbergleit, Allen     hess, Donavon
                       Ikramuddin, Sayeed
Rochester Hills        Leonard, Arnold
Hinshaw, Keith         Najarian, John
                       Ney, Arthur
Royal Oak              Odland, Mark
Lucas, Robert          Saltzman, Daniel
Shanley, Charles       Shumway, Sara
                       Tuttle, Todd
Southfield             Vickers, Selwyn
Bodzin, Jason Howard   Ward, Herbert
                       Zera, Richard
Warren
Hans, Sachinder        Pine River
Kosir, Mary            Miller, Fletcher

West Bloomfield        Rochester
Elliott, Joseph        Bernatz, Philip
                       Devine, Richard
                       Farnell, Michael
                       grant, Clive
                       McIlrath, Donald C.

                                            CSA 2011 • 247
   geOgrAPhiCAL Listing                         (continued)

   Nagorney, David         Kansas City
   Sarr, Michael           Amoury, Raymond
   Sterioff, Sylvester     geehan, Douglas
   Telander, Robert        holcomb, iii, george
   Woods, John             Koontz, Jr., Paul
                           Kraybill, William
   St. Paul                Talboy, glenn
   Ahrenholz, David        Van Way, III, Charles
   La Fave, James
   Mowlem, Albert          Santa Genevieve
   Rupp, William           Hoye, Robert

                           St Louis
   MISSISSIPPI             Anderson, Charles
   Brandon                 Ayvazian,Vatche
   Timberlake, gregory     Ballinger, Walter
                           Brunt, L Michael
   Jackson                 Codd, John
   helling, thomas         Eberlein, Timothy
   Merrill, Walter         Ferguson, Tomas B.
                           garvin, Paul
                           Johnson, Frank
   MISSOURI                Kaminski, Donald
   Columbia                King, Harold
   Barnes, Stephen         Kodner, Ira
   Curtis, Jack            Matthews, Brent
   Dale, Paul              Paletta, Francis
   Eubanks, Steve          Philpott, gordon
   Humphrey, Loren         Shieber, William
   Kessel, James           Sicard, gregorio
   Miedema, Brent          Stokes, James
   Nichols, W. Kirt        Warner, Brad
   Silver, Donald          Wells, Samuel
   Stephenson, Jr., Hugh
   Walls, Joseph           Webster Groves
                           Kaiser, george
   Farmington
   oliver, george


248 • CSA 2011
geOgrAPhiCAL Listing                             (continued)

NEBRASKA                   NEW YORK
Omaha                      Albany
Carlson, Mark              Bernard, Harvey
Fitzgibbons, Jr., Robert   Conti, David
Forse, Armour              leather, Robert
Hodgson, Paul              Shah, Dhiraj
Mittal, Sumeet
Rose, Scott                Brainard
Sasson, Aaron              Root, harlan
Thompson, Jon
                           Bronx
                           Caushaj, Philip
NEVADA
Glenbrook                  Brooklyn
goldsmith, Harry           Wise, leslie

                           Buffalo
NEW JERSEY                 Butsch, John
New Brunswick              Caty, Michael
Mackenzie, James           Cherr, gregory
                           Dayton, Merril
Newark                     Dryjski, Maciej
Lazaro, Eric               Dunn, David L.
Rush, Benjamin             Edge, Stephen
Siegel, John               Evans, James T.
                           Flynn, Jr., William
West Orange                glick, Philip
hill, george               Hassett, James
                           Kulaylat, Mahmoud
NEW MExICO                 Peer, Richard
Albuquerque                Wilkinson, Neal
Corson, John
Skibba, Joseph             Delmar
                           lempert, neil
Santa Fe
Schiller, William          Glen Cove
                           Flancbaum, Louis



                                                 CSA 2011 • 249
   geOgrAPhiCAL Listing                            (continued)

   Great Neck              Staten Island
   Shons, Alan             Coil, James

   Larchmont               Syracuse
   Steichen, Felicien      Clark, Jr., William
                           Hassan, Moustafa
   New York City           Kittur, Dilip
   Ackerman, Norman
   Bessey, Palmer          Williamsville
   Eisenberg, M. Michael   Caruana, Joseph
   Enker, Warren           Douglass, Jr., Harold
   green, Richard
   Laufman, Harold
   McKinsey, James         NORTH CAROLINA
   Michelassi, Fabrizio    Charlotte
   Reilly, Jr., James      gersin, Keith
   Wallack, Marc           Lalka, Stephen

   Orchard Park            Durham
   Upson, James            Mureebe, Leila
                           Shortell, Cynthia
   Rochester
   Adams, James            Greenville
   Andrus, Carl H.         Cunningham, Paul
   Bankey, Paul            Pories, Walter
   DeWeese, James
   Doerr, Ralph            Winston-Salem
   Ettinghausen, Stephen   Stratta, Robert
   gestring, Mark
   Illig, Karl
   Kashyap, Randeep        NORTH DAKOTA
   Krusch, David           Grand Forks
   Lanzafame, Raymond      Sauter, Edward
   Peacock, James
   Pegoli, Jr., Walter     OHIO
   Peters, Jeffrey         Akron
   Schoeniger, Luke        Donovan, Duane
   Schwartz, Seymour I.    guyton, Daniel
   Stewart, Scott          Lee, Jai Hoon

250 • CSA 2011
geOgrAPhiCAL Listing                       (continued)

Paranjape, Charu       Joffe, Stephen
Williams, gary         Johannigman, Jay
                       Kagan, Richard
Beavercreek            Kempczinski, Richard
Adebonojo, Samuel      Pritts, Timothy
                       Rafferty, Janice
Bellbrook              Rudich, Steven
Martin, Lester W.      Ryckman, Frederick
                       Schreiber, J. Tracy
Bratenahl              Shaughnessy, Elizabeth
hermann, Robert        Sheldon, Curtis
                       Smith, J. Michael
Chagrin Falls          Solomkin, Joseph
Ankeney, Jay L.        Stevenson, Jean
                       Sussman, Jeffrey
Chardon                tevar, Amit
Khaitan, Leena         Tsuei, Betty
                       Vester, Samuel
Cincinnati             Wulsin, John
Ahmad, Syed
Alexander, J. Wesley   Circleville
Azizkhan, Richard      Evans, William E.
Bailey, J. Kevin
Bossert, John          Cleveland
Broderick, Timothy     Aeder, Mark
Davis, Bradley         Alexander, J. Jeffrey
Davis, Kenneth         Averbook, Bruce
Donovan, James         Barksdale, Jr., Edward
Edwards, Michael       Berber, eren
Falcone, Richard       Brandt, Christopher
Fegelman, Elliott      Claridge, Jeffrey
Fischer, David         Cmolik, Brian
Flege, Jr., John       Crowe, Joseph
giglia, Joseph         Delaney, Conor
hafner, Charles        Difiore, John
Heimlich, Henry        Esselstyn, Caldwell
Helmsworth, James      Fratianne, Richard
Hiratzka, Loren        grundfest, Sharon
Hummel, Robert         Hardacre, Jeffrey

                                           CSA 2011 • 251
   geOgrAPhiCAL Listing                         (continued)

   Henderson, J. Michael   Das, B. Mohan
   Hull, Tracy             Elkhammas, Elmahdi
   Kim, Julian             ellison, Christopher
   Lavery, Ian             Fabia, Renata
   Magnuson, David         Falcone, Robert E.
   Malangoni, Mark         Ferguson, Ronald M.
   Mansour, Edward         gordillo, gayle
   Marks, Jeffrey          groner, Jonathan
   McHenry, Christopher    Hazey, Jeffrey
   Milas, Mira             Henry, Mitchell
   Miller, Charles         Kenney, Brian
   Naylor, Douglas         Lindsey, David
   O’Hara, Patrick         Martin, Jr., Edward
   Onders, Raymond         Meckstroth, Charles
   Ponsky, Jeffrey         Melvin, W. Scott
   Remzi, Feza             Michalsky, Marc
   Rosen, Michael          Mikami, Dean
   Rosenblatt, Steven      Miller, Michael
   Sanabria, Juan          Miller, Sidney
   Schauer, Philip         Moffatt-Bruce, Susan
   Schulak, James          Muscarella, Peter
   Shuck, Jerry            Needleman, Bradley
   Siperstein, Allan       Nwomeh, Benedict
   Stallion, Anthony       Pelletier, Ronald
   Steiger, Ezra           Rajab, Amer
   Stevenson, Jean         Ruberg, Robert
   Vogel, Jon              Satiani, Bhagwan
   Walsh, R. Matthew       Schmidt, Carl
   Wilhelm, Scott          Smead, William
   yowler, Charles         Starr, Jean
                           Steinberg, Steven
   Columbus                Vaccaro, Patrick
   Arnold, Mark            Vermilion, Blair
   Bloomston, Mark         Williams, Jr., Thomas E.
   Boles, Jr., E. Thomas   yashon, David
   Bumgardner, ginny       Yee, lisa
   Caniano, Donna
   Carson, iii, William
   Crestanello, Juan

252 • CSA 2011
geOgrAPhiCAL Listing                        (continued)

Dayton                South Euclid
Barney, Linda         Stellato, thomas
Dunn, Margaret M.
Ekeh, A. Peter        Sylvania
McCarthy, Mary        Sferra, Joseph
Saxe, Jonathan
Tchorz, Kathryn       Toledo
Termuhlen, Paula      Chaudhuri, Prabir
                      Jacobs, Lloyd
East Cleveland        Merrick, III, Hollis Warren
Ahmed, Naveed         Zelenock, gerald
Chung, Raphael
                      Youngstown
Galena                Kavic, Michael
Berggren, Ronald

Greenville            OREGON
Dutro, John Arthur    Portland
                      O’Brien, David
Grove City            Rayhill, Stephen
Kilman, James
                      PENNSyLVANIA
Middleburgh Heights   Abington
Plecha, Fred          Weintraub, William

Oregonia              Danville
Finley, Jr., Robert   Strodel, William
                      Udekwu, Anthony
Perrysburg
Thomford, Neil        Downingtown
                      Russo, Pier Antonio
Powell
Cooperman, Marc       Erie
                      Dexter, David
Shaker Heights
Fazio,Victor          Hershey
graham, Linda M.      Kauffman, Jr., gordon
                      Koltun, Walter
                      Poritz, Lisa

                                            CSA 2011 • 253
   geOgrAPhiCAL Listing                              (continued)

   Reed, Amy                Shapiro, Ron
   Reed, Michael            Simmons, Richard
   Smith, Jr., J. Stanley   Smith, R. Stephen
   Waldhausen, John         Starzl, Thomas
                            Tan, Henkie
   Lancaster                Webster, Marshall
   Conter, Robert
                            Saxonburg
   Philadelphia             Stremple, John
   Cooper, Joel
   Fry, Robert D.           Sayre
   Jain, Ashok Kumar        Meyer, Kenneth
   Lewis, Frank
   Murayama, Kenric         Verona
   Rhodes, Robert           Sieber, William

   Pittsburgh               Wyndmoor
   Bartlett, David          Kahng, Kim U.
   Basu, Amit
   Billiar, Timothy
   Carty, Sally             RHODE ISLAND
   Cobb, Charles            Portsmouth
   Courcoulas, Anita        Cloutier, Jr., Charles
   Donaldson, William
   Farkas, Linda            Providence
   Jarrett, Fredric         Espat, N. Joseph
   Jones, Larry             Hopkins, Robert
   Kane, Timothy            Sax, Harry
   Landreneau, Rodney
   Lee, Kenneth K.W.
   Magovern, george         SOUTH CAROLINA
   Marsh, James             Columbia
   McCloskey, Carol         Almond, Carl
   Moorman, Donald
   Peitzman, Andrew         Greenville
   Pettiford, Brian         gauderer, Michael
   Rams, James
   Schraut, Wolfgang
   Sell, Jr., Harry

254 • CSA 2011
geOgrAPhiCAL Listing                       (continued)

Hilton Head Island    Temple
Cerilli, g. James     Cooney, Donald
Humphrey, Edward W.   Lairmore, Terry
Poticha, Stuart
Wolf, James           Tyler
                      Keitzer, Walter
North Charleston
Freeman, Joel
                      UTAH
                      Salt Lake City
TENNESSEE             Warden, glenn
Jonesborough
Bryant, Lester
                      VERMONT
Nashville
                      Burlington
Smith, Roger
                      Davis, John H.
Solorzano, Carmen
                      Taheri, Paul


TEXAS                 VIRGINIA
Austin                Arlington
Erlandson, Errol      Mayes, James Thomas
Lowery, Brian
                      Charlottesville
Dallas                Hallowell, Peter
Arenas, Juan          Upchurch, Jr., gilbert
Nikaidoh, Hisashi
                      McLean
El Paso               Wallace, Robert B.
Saltzstein, Edward
                      Norfolk
Houston               Lind, James
Wesson, David
                      Richmond
Montgomery            Maher, James
Jones, James
                      Roanoke
                      Haley, Harold


                                           CSA 2011 • 255
   geOgrAPhiCAL Listing                      (continued)

   Winchester              D’Alessandro, Anthony
   Lynn, Hugh              Faucher, Lee
                           Foley, David
                           Foley, Eugene
   WASHINGTON              garren, Michael
   Bellevue                gould, Jon
   Jordan, Jr., Prescott   Harms, Bruce
                           heise, Charles
   Clyde Hill              Hoch, II, John
   Condon, Robert          Kennedy, gregory
                           Kent, K. Craig
   Moses Lake              Lund, Dennis
   Martin, Louis F.        Mack, Eberhard
                           Matsumura, Jon
                           Melnick, David
   WEST VIRGINIA           Rikkers, Layton
   Charleston              Shaaban, Aimen
   Aburahma, Ali           Sollinger, hans
   Boland, James           Starling, James
                           Storm, F. Kristian
   Huntington              tefera, girma
   Harrah, John            Toth, Susan
                           Turnipseed, William
   Morgantown              Vega, Roland
   Hrabovsky, Ellen        Weber, Sharon

                           Milwaukee
   WISCONSIN               Brown, Kellie
   Brookfield              Evans, Douglas
   Aprahamian, Charles     Johnson, Christopher
                           Ludwig, Kirk
   LaCrosse                Oldham, Keith
   Chapman, Scott          Otterson, Mary
   Cogbill, thomas         Pappas, Sam
   Skemp, Joseph           Roza, Allan
                           Sato, thomas
   Madison                 Scher, Kenneth
   Bernhardt, Louis        Schulte, William
   Chen, herbert           Seabrook, gary

256 • CSA 2011
geOgrAPhiCAL Listing   (continued)

Telford, gordon
Wagner, Marvin
Walker, Alonzo
Wallace, James R.
Wang, Tracy
Weigelt, John
Wilson, Stuart
Yen, tina

Shorewood
guice, Karen




                       CSA 2011 • 257
   PAst OFFiCers
   PRESIDENT
   Roy D. McClure*         1940-1941
   grover C. Penberthy*    1941-1942
   Roscoe R. graham*       1942-1946
   Casper F. Hegner*       1946-1947
   george M. Curtis*       1947-1948
   Henry K. Ransom*        1948-1949
   J. Dewey Bisgard*       1949-1950
   Walter g. Maddock*      1950-1951
   B. Noland Carter*       1951-1952
   R. Kennedy gilchrist*   1952-1953
   James T. Priestley*     1953-1954
   Leon J. Leahy*          1954-1955
   Rudolf J. Noer          1955-1956
   Robert M. Zollinger*    1956-1957
   Hilger P. Jenkins*      1957-1958
   William A. Altemeier*   1958-1959
   Charles D. Branch*      1959-1960
   Robert T. Tidrick*      1960-1961
   Chester B. McVay*       1961-1962
   Angus D. McLachlin*     1962-1963
   Samuel P. Harbison*     1963-1964
   Edward S. Judd*         1964-1965
   Carl E. Lischer*        1965-1966
   D. Emerick Szilagyi*    1966-1967
   Fraser N. gurd*         1967-1968
   Edwin H. Ellison*       1968-1969
   E. Lee Strohl*          1969-1970
   Stanley O. Hoerr*       1969-1970
   Vallee L. Willman*      1971-1972
   John M. Beal            1972-1973
   Charles L. Eckert*      1973-1974
   William J. Fry          1974-1975
   Robert A. Mustard*      1975-1976
   Charles A. Hubay*       1976-1977
   Alexander J. Walt*      1977-1978
   Robert E. Condon        1978-1979
   * Deceased

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PAst OFFiCers            (continued)

John E. Jesseph*                 1979-1980
Robert J. Freeark*               1980-1981
Seymour I. Schwartz              1981-1982
Lloyd D. MacLean                 1982-1983
Ward O. griffen, Jr.             1983-1984
Lloyd M. Nyhus                   1984-1985
george E. Block*                 1985-1986
Larry C. Carey                   1986-1987
Daniel W. Elliott                1987-1988
Robert J. Baker                  1988-1989
Jay L. grosfeld                  1989-1990
Jeremiah g. Turcotte             1990-1991
Donald Silver                    1991-1992
Jack. R. Pickleman               1992-1993
Folkert Belzer*                  1993-1994
Roger g. Keith                   1994-1995
J. Roland Folse                  1995-1996
Jerry M. Shuck                   1996-1997
Henry Buchwald                   1997-1998
David Nahrwold                   1998-1999
Josef Fischer                    1999-2000
David Mulder                     2000-2001
William Baker                    2001-2002
Jonathan B. Towne                2002-2003
Layton F. Rikkers                2003-2004
Mark A. Malangoni                2004-2005
Fabrizio Michelassi              2005-2006
thomas Stellato                  2006-2007
E. Christopher Ellison           2007-2008
Richard H. Bell                  2008-2009
William Turnipseed               2009-2010
Michael S. Nussbaum              2010-2011


SECRETARY
george M. Curtis*                1940-1946
Walter g. Maddock*               1946-1949

* Deceased
                                             CSA 2011 • 259
   PAst OFFiCers            (continued)

   James T. Priestley*              1949-1952
   Robert M. Zollinger*             1952-1955
   Charles D. Branch*               1955-1958
   Angus D. McLachlin*              1958-1961
   Carl Lischer*                    1961-1964
   Edwin H. Ellison*                1964-1967
   Vallee L. Willman*               1967-1970
   William J. Fry                   1970-1973
   Alexandar J. Walt*               1973-1976
   Robert J. Freeark*               1976-1979
   Ward O. griffen, Jr              1979-1982
   Larry C. Carey                   1982-1985
   Jay L. grosfeld                  1985-1988
   Jack R. Pickleman                1988-1991
   J. Roland Folse                  1991-1994
   David J. Nahrwold                1994-1997
   William H. Baker                 1997-2000
   Fabrizio Michelassi              2000-2003
   E. Christopher Ellison           2003-2006
   Michael S. Nussbaum              2006-2009
   nathaniel Soper                  2009-2012


   TREASURER
   Charles H. Hubay*                1972-1975
   John E. Jesseph*                 1975-1978
   Robert P. Hummell                1978-1981
   Robert J. Baker                  1981-1984
   Donald Silver                    1984-1987
   Jerry M. Shuck                   1987-1990
   Henry Buchwald                   1990-1993
   Josef E. Fischer                 1993-1996
   Layton F. Rikkers                1996-1999
   Thomas A. Stellato               1999-2002
   Carol eh Scott-Conner            2002-2005
   William Turnipseed               2005-2008
   Christopher McHenry              2008-2011
   * Deceased


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PAst OFFiCers            (continued)

RECORDER
Robert E. Condon                 1972-1977
John J. Bergan                   1977-1982
Jeremiah g. Turcotte             1982-1987
gordon L. Hyde                   1987-1992
Jonathan Towne                   1992-1997
Mark Malangoni                   1997-2002
Richard H. Bell, Jr.             2002-2007
gerald Larson                    2007-2011



REPRESENTATIVE TO THE
AMERICAN BOARD OF SURGERY
Lloyd M. Nyhus                   1973-1977
William J. Fry                   1977-1982
John S. Najarian                 1982-1988
Jeremiah g. Turcotte             1982-1988
Olga Jonasson                    1988-1994
Richard A. Prinz                 1994-2000
Michael S. Nussbaum              2000-2006
Fabrizio Michelassi              2006-2012



REPRESENTATIVE TO THE
AMERICAN COLLEGE OF
SURGEONS ADVISORY COUNCIL
ON SURGERY
Daniel W. Elliott                1982-1985
Jay L. grosfeld                  1989-1994
Josef E. Fischer                 1994-2001
Mark Malangoni                   2001-2007
E. Christopher Ellison           2007-2013
* Deceased

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   PAst OFFiCers           (continued)

   REPRESENTATIVE TO THE
   AMERICAN COLLEGE OF
   SURGEONS BOARD OF GOVERNORS
   Ward O. griffen, Jr.             1969-1972
                                    1972-1975
   Melvin A. Block                  1975-1978
                                    1978-1981
   John L. glover                   1981-1984
   Robert E. Condon                 1987-1990
                                    1990-1993
   Donald Silver                    1993-1996
                                    1996-1999
   Henry Buchwald                   1999-2002
                                    2002-2005
   Layton Rikkers                   2005-2011




   COUNCILORS
   Earl B. Smith                    1981-1984
   Lloyd D. MacLean                 1983-1984
   Jay L. grosfeld                  1982-1985
   Ward O. griffen, Jr.             1984-1985
   Peter Cruse                      1983-1986
   Folkert O. Belzer*               1984-1987
   Lloyd M. Nyhus                   1986-1987
   Marshall W. Webster              1985-1988
   george E. Block*                 1987-1988
   Larry C. Carey                   1987-1988
   Marcel J. Rheault                1986-1989
   Dan W. Elliott                   1988-1989
   Robert J. Baker                  1989-1990
   Frederic E. Eckhauser            1988-1991
   Jay L. grosfeld                  1990-1991
   Roger g. Keith                   1989-1992
   Jeremiah g. Turcotte             1991-1992
262 • CSA 2011              * Deceased
PAst OFFiCers             (continued)

Josef E. Fischer                  1990-1993
Donald Silver                     1992-1993
James S.T.yao                     1991-1994
Jack R. Pickleman                 1993-1994
David S. Mulder                   1992-1995
Layton F. Rikkers                 1993-1996
Roger g. Keith                    1995-1996
Mark A. Malangoni                 1994-1997
Bruce L. gewertz                  1995-1998
Jerry Shuck                       1997-1998
Marvin Wexler                     1996-1999
Frank R. Lewis                    1997-2000
Henry Buchwald                    1998-1999
David Nahrwold                    1999-2000
James Madura                      1998-2001
Josef Fischer                     2000-2001
David Mulder                      2001-2002
gary Dunnington                   1999-2002
Robert Bower                      2000-2003
William H. Baker                  2002-2003
James Starling                    2001-2004
Darrell A. Campbell, Jr           2002-2005
Layton F. Rikkers                 2004-2005
Rene lafreniere                   2003-2006
Mark Adams*                       2004-2007
Mark Malangoni                    2005-2006
Christopher McHenry               2005-2008
Fabrizio Michelassi               2006-2007
Mary Otterson                     2006-2009
thomas Stellato                   2007-2008
Keith Lillemoe                    2007-2010
E. Christopher Ellison            2008-2009
gerald Fried                      2008-2011
Richard Bell, Jr.                 2009-2010
Fred Luchette                     2010-2011
William Turnipseed                2010-2011
Wendy Wahl                        2009-2012



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   COnstitutiOn & ByLAws
   RESOLUTION
   In view of the desirability of a Surgical Association embracing within its
   membership surgeons of the central portion of the United States and of
   the adjacent Canadian provinces, BE IT RESOLVED that such an associa-
   tion be organized by a self-appointed committee of Founders com-
   posed of the undersigned forty (40) Fellows of the American Surgical
   Association; who, at their first meeting, shall (1) elect from their number
   a President and a President-Elect, each to serve one year; a Secretary to
   serve a three year term; a Treasurer and a Recorder, each to serve a five
   year term; and three Councilors each to serve a three year term. The
   immediate Past President will serve as the fourth Councilor, to serve
   for one year. The Executive Council will also select members to rep-
   resent the Association at the American Board of Surgery for a six year
   term, at the Board of governors of the American College of Surgeons
   for a renewable three year term, and at the Advisory Council for Sur-
   gery of the American College of Surgeons for a six year term; (2) draw
   up a suitable Constitution and Bylaws; and (3) invite not more than sixty
   (60) additional qualified surgeons to become Founder members.


   CONSTITUTION
   Article I: Name
   This society shall be called THE CENTRAL SURgICAL ASSOCIATION.

   Article II: Object
   The object of this Association shall be to furtherthe practice of Surgery
   in its various departments, and the study and investigation of surgical
   problems.

   Article III: Membership
   SECTION 1:
   The Central Surgical Association shall consist of active, senior, non-
   resident and honorary members (as amended 1977).

   SECTION 2:
   The number of active members shall be limited to two hundred fifty
   (250) (as amended 1948, 1970, 1997).


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SECTION 3:
Senior members shall be founders, founder members or active members
in good standing who have reached the age of fifty (50) years, or who
have been elected to fellowship in the American Surgical Association, or
in one of the other senior societies as determined by the Council. They
shall have all the privileges of active members. Senior members shall
not be bound by the requirement for attendance at meetings. Upon
reaching the age of sixty-five (65), senior members will be relieved of
responsibility for paying dues (as amended 1949, 1970, 1977, 1984).

SECTION 4:
Retired members shall be those who, having been elected to active
or senior membership who have retired from the active practice of
surgery. Retired members shall not be bound by the requirement for
attendance at meetings and will be relieved of responsibility for paying
dues (as amended 2003)

SECTION: 5:
Non-resident members shall be those who, having been elected to
active or senior membership while a resident within the geographic
area accepted by the Council as that of the Central Surgical Association,
move elsewhere. Non-resident members shall pay dues and shall have
all the privileges of active members but shall be relieved of the require-
ment of attendance at meetings and shall not hold office (as amended
1977).

SECTION 6:
Each candidate for membership must be sponsored by an active or
senior member and endorsed by two other active or senior members.
To be eligible for membership each candidate must be certified by the
American Board of Surgery or equivalent board or a Fellow of the
American College of Surgeons. The Membership Committee must pass
on the merits of professional and ethical qualifications of all candidates.
The names of the candidates and recommendation of the Membership
Committee are submitted to the Council at least one month before
the annual meeting. In special circumstances, Council may waive the
requirement of certification by the American Board of Surgery or
equivalent board or membership in the American College of Surgeons
upon recommendation of the Membership Committee by a two-thirds

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   COnstitutiOn & ByLAws                                           (continued)

   affirmative vote. Names of those surgeons approved by the Council and
   proposed for election to membership shall be submitted by the Secre-
   tary in his/her report at the executive session of the Annual meeting (as
   amended 1973). If an application fails to be approved for election for
   three successive years, a new application will be required, but will not
   be considered until after a minimum of twelve months has elapsed (as
   amended 1976, 2004).

   SECTION 7:
   The number of honorary members shall be limited to ten (10). Propos-
   als for active or honorary membership shall be made in writing to the
   Council on blanks furnished by the Secretary of the Association, and
   signed by three members from the active or senior groups.

   SECTION 8:
   Each candidate for membership must be sponsored by an active or
   senior member and endorsed by two other active or senior members.
   The Membership Committee must pass upon the merits of profes-
   sional and ethical qualifications of all candidates. The names of the
   candidates and the recommendations of the Membership Committee
   are submitted to the Council at least one month before the Annual
   Meeting. Names of those surgeons approved by the Council and pro-
   posed for election to membership shall be submitted by the Secretary
   in his/her report at the executive session of the Annual Meeting (as
   amended 1973). If an application fails to be approved for election for
   three successive years, a new application will be required but will not
   be considered until after a minimum of twelve months has elapsed (as
   amended 1976).

   SECTION 9:
   At least four (4) months shall elapse between the proposal of a candi-
   date for election to membership and balloting on his/her candidacy (as
   amended 1968).

   SECTION 10:
   Following preliminary recommendations by the Council, election to
   membership shall be determined by ballot of those present at the annu-
   al executive meeting of the Association. Favorable ballots to the extent
   of 75 percent of those cast shall elect. An individual properly proposed

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for membership and failing to receive election by ballot at three con-
secutive Annual Meetings shall not be eligible for a second proposal for
membership until one year has elapsed from the time of the last Annual
Meeting at which the candidate was considered for membership.

Candidates who have received sufficient ballots for election to member-
ship shall attend the next Annual Meeting of the Association unless
excused by the Council. At that annual business meeting, each candidate
will be introduced to the Association and presented with the Certificate
of Membership. Candidates unable to attend the annual meeting shall
be mailed the Certificate of Membership and shall forego the privilege
of formal introduction to the Association. (as amended 1974, 1975,
1991, 2007).

SECTION 11:
The qualifications for active or honorary membership should include:
             (a) Certification by the American Board of one of the surgi-
cal specialties or by Fellowship in or certification by one of the Royal
Colleges or by the American College of Surgeons.
             (b) Evidence of participation in activities which have a con-
cern for the welfare of patients and the fostering of the advancement of
surgical theory and practice (as amended 1974).

SECTION 12:
Resignations of members may be acted upon at any annual executive
meeting and may be accepted by a majority vote of the members pres-
ent, providing the member resigning is not in arrears.

SECTION 13:
Any member may be expelled for unprofessional or unethical conduct
by vote of the Council. Charges of such conduct must be preferred and
signed by three members before their consideration by the Council,
whose action thereon must take place within one year thereafter.
In case the vote of the Council is not decisive, the charges may be
dropped by the Council or presented by the Secretary to the Associa-
tion for action in executive session at which time a three-fourths vote
of the members present shall be required for expulsion.




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   COnstitutiOn & ByLAws                                            (continued)

   SECTION 14:
   Any active member who shall have absented him/herself from three (3)
   consecutive Annual Meetings without acceptable explanation in writing
   to the Secretary may be dropped from membership in the Association
   on vote of the Council. His/Her membership may be reinstated by vote
   of the Council.

   Article IV: Officers
   SeCtion 1:
   The officers of the Association shall consist of a President, a President-
   Elect, a Secretary, a Treasurer, and a Recorder. These five, together
   with three Councilors and a Website Manager elected at large and the
   immediate past President, shall constitute the Council. Each Councilor
   and the Website Manager shall serve for three years. A member at large
   shall be elected annually to replace the outgoing Councilor. Any past
   President, upon invitation of the President, may be enrolled as a tempo-
   rary member of the Council to fill a vacancy (as amended 1974).

   SECTION 2:
   The officers, including the members of the Council, shall be nominated
   by a committee of five (5) members. The Committee shall be com-
   posed of the three (3) immediate Past Presidents and two (2) members
   appointed by the President. The President shall appoint the Chairman
   (as amended 1989).

   SECTION 3:
   The election of officers shall take place at the executive sessions of each
   Annual Meeting. A majority of the votes cast shall constitute an elec-
   tion.

   SECTION 4:
   Any vacancy occurring during the year among the officers of the As-
   sociation shall be filled by Council.

   Article V: Committees
   SECTION 1:
   The President shall appoint a Local Committee for Arrangements for
   the Annual Meeting (as amended 1968).


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SECTION 2:
There shall be a Program Committee of six members, two appointed
annually by the President with the approval of Council, and each to
serve three years. Annually, one senior member of the committee is se-
lected by the President in conjunction with Council to act as Chairman
of the Committee. The Recorder and the Secretary shall be members
of this committee ex-officio. The Program Committee shall select and
arrange papers for the Annual Meeting. The Secretary shall employ a
competent stenographer to report all discussions of the papers pre-
sented before the Association and to assist in keeping the minutes (as
amended 1968, 1973, and 1984).

SECTION 3:
The Council shall be empowered to select and edit papers read at the
Annual Meeting for publication in a surgical journal or inclusion in a
Volume of Transactions, if issued. The Council may delegate this power
to the Recorder.

SECTION 4:
there shall be a Membership Committee of nine members, three ap-
pointed annually by the President with the approval of Council and with
attention to regional representation. Each appointee will serve three
years. The Chairman is selected by the President with Council approval.
The Chairman will serve a term of three years. The Secretary shall be
a member of the Membership Committee ex-officio. The Membership
Committee will carefully evaluate all candidates for membership. The
Committee shall convene prior to the Annual Meeting and prepare a list
of recommended candidates for membership. This list will then be sub-
mitted to the Council for review. The Council then prepares the final
approved list to be submitted by the Secretary at the executive session
of the Annual Meeting (as adopted 1973, as amended 2004).




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   COnstitutiOn & ByLAws                                           (continued)

   BYLAWS
   Section I: Meetings
   The Association shall meet each year at a time and place designated
   by vote of the Association at the previous Annual Meeting, following
   recommendations of the Council and approved by the members of
   the Association. If change in the time and place becomes necessary
   between meetings of the Association, the change may be made by the
   Council. The meeting shall continue for not longer than three (3) days
   (as amended 1968).

   Section II: Quorum
   For transaction of ordinary business, the members present at any meet-
   ing shall constitute a quorum. To effect changes in the Constitution
   and Bylaws, for assessments, appropriations or expenditures of money
   other than those required in the routine business of the Association,
   for election of officers and members, or for the expulsion of a member,
   a minimum of one hundred (100) members shall be required to form a
   quorum (as amended 1974).

   Section III: Duties of Officers
       1. President and President-Elect: The President shall pre-
   side at the meetings of the Association, preserve order, regulate debates,
   sign certificates of membership, appoint committees not otherwise
   provided for, announce results of elections, and perform all other duties
   legitimately appertaining to his/her office. The President shall prepare
   an address for the Annual Meeting. In his/her absence, the President-
   Elect shall preside. In the absence of both, the chair shall be taken by a
   member elected by those of the Council who are present.

   The President-Elect shall substitute for the President as provided above.

   No President shall serve for more than one year in that office. The im-
   mediate Past-President shall serve for one year on the Council.

       2. Secretary: The Secretary shall keep the minutes of the As-
   sociation and shall issue, at least
   four weeks prior to the Annual Meeting, a program specifying the time
   and place of the meeting. The Secretary shall also issue a list of the

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candidates for proposed membership. The Secretary shall attest all
official acts requiring certification, notify officers and members of their
election, keep in his/her custody the Seal of the Association and affix
it to all documents and papers as the Association may direct, and take
charge of all papers not otherwise provided for. He/She shall serve as
Secretary and keep minutes of the meetings of the Council and compile
a written report to be read at the executive session of the Association
to include the recommendation for place of Annual Meeting and the list
of candidates proposed for membership, as approved by Council.

    3. Treasurer: It shall be the duty of the Treasurer to receive
all monies and funds belonging to the Association. The Treasurer shall
pay all bills against the Association and shall render all bills for dues and
assessments at the conclusion of each meeting, as promptly as possible.
A report shall be presented to the Council at each Annual Meeting
which includes the names of all members in arrears. The Treasurer shall
present an annual account for audit.

    4. Recorder: The Recorder shall receive all papers and reports
of discussions on papers presented
to the Association and shall determine their worthiness for publication.
The Recorder shall also be the custodian of the permanent records of
the Association (as amended 1968)

     5. Council: The Council shall consist of three (3) Councilors
elected from the membership at large,
together with the President, President-Elect, Secretary, Treasurer,
Recorder, Website Manager and immediate Past President. The term
of service of the Councilors elected at large and the Website Manager
shall be three years. At the annual executive meeting one Councilor
shall be elected to take the place of the Councilor whose term expires.

The Website Manager shall maintain and update the Association’s
internet website. The Website Manager shall assist the council in their
utilization of the website and advise the Council on the need for major
upgrades or changes to the website. The Website manager shall be a
nonvoting member of the Council, nominated by the President for a
three-year renewable term of service.


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   COnstitutiOn & ByLAws                                              (continued)

   The Council shall be the executive body of the Association. Its stated
   meetings shall be held at the call of the President and a majority of its
   members shall constitute a quorum.

   The President of the Association shall be Chairman and the Secretary
   of the Association shall be Secretary of the Council and keep minutes of
   its proceedings.

   Section IV: Committee on Arrangements for Annual
   Meeting
   The Local Committee on Arrangements for the Annual Meeting shall
   consist of members appointed by the President, acting together with the
   President, President-Elect, Secretary and Recorder ex-officio. The duties
   of this Committee shall be the preparation of the general arrangements
   for the Annual Meeting.

   Section V: Papers and Reports
   All papers and reports read before the Association shall be delivered to
   the Recorder at the time of their presentation. No paper shall be pub-
   lished in the Transactions or as emanating from the Association which
   has not been read in full before the Association or presented by Title,
   nor elsewhere reported unless full credit is given to the Association.

   Section VI: Initiation Fee
   Every active member shall, within thirty (30) days after notice of elec-
   tion, pay an initiation fee which includes his/her dues for that year, and
   by which act he/she acknowledges and accepts the Constitution and
   Bylaws of the Association (as amended 1952, 1976, 1980).

   Section VII: Annual Dues
   There shall be an annual assessment on active and senior members as
   proposed by the Council (as amended 1952, 1976, 1980).

   Section VIII: Arrearage of Members
   It shall be the duty of the Treasurer to notify in writing any member in
   arrears for one year. After having notified the member by registered
   mail containing a copy of this section and not having received his/her
   dues within two months thereafter, it shall be the duty of the Treasurer
   to notify the Council of such arrearage, which fact shall be entered on

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the minutes. If reasonable explanation or payment is not forthcoming
within one year thereafter, the member’s name may be stricken from
the list. The Council may reinstate the member after payment of ar-
rears.

Section IX: Invited Guests
Any member may invite guests to a meeting of the Association. The
names of all guests shall be entered under a separate head in the list
of those attending the meeting. The President may invite guests to
participate in the discussion. All guests shall withdraw from the execu-
tive session.

Section X: Certificates of Membership
Every member shall be entitled to a certificate of membership signed by
the President and the Secretary and bearing the Seal of the Association.

Section XI: Order of Business
AnnuAl Meeting
 1. Call to order
 2. Announcements from the Chairperson of the Local Committee on
    arrangements
 3. Announcements from Secretary
 4. Announcements from Recorder
 5. Reading of scientific papers and presentations

BuSineSS Meeting
 1. Call to order
 2. Introduction of new members
 3. Report of the Recorder
 4. Report of the Treasurer
 5. Report of the Auditing Committee
 6. Report of the Secretary
 7. Report of the Membership Advisory Committee Chairperson
 8. Report of the Program Committee Chairperson
 9. Results of the Election of New Members
10. Report of the Society Representative to the American Board
    of Surgery
11. Report of the Society Representative to the Board of governors
    of the American College of Surgeons

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    12. Report of the Society Representative to the Advisory Council for
        Surgery of the American College of Surgeons
    13. Report of the Executor of the Central Surgical Association
        Foundation
    14. Future Meetings
    15. Report of the Local Arrangements Committee for next year=s
        Annual Meeting
    16. Appointment of new committee members for the following year:
        Membership Advisory Committee, Program Committee,
        Nominating Committee and Auditing Committee
    17. Old business/New business
    18. Report of the Nominating Committee
    19. Passing of the gavel
    20. Adjournment (revised 2002)

   Section XII: Rules of Order
   The proceedings of the Association shall be conducted under the local
   parliamentary rules of order.

   Section XIII: Alteration in the Constitution and Bylaws
   No part of the Constitution or Bylaws shall be amended, altered or
   repealed except at an executive session of a regular Annual Meeting.
   The suggested amendment, alteration or repeal in the Constitution or
   Bylaws shall have been presented in writing at a previous Annual Meet-
   ing, signed by three (3) members and delivered to the Secretary. The
   adoption of a suggested amendment, alteration or repeal shall be by the
   vote of three-fourths (3/4) of the members present.




   Revised March 2007




274 • CSA 2011
CsA FOunDAtiOn BOArD OF
DireCtOrs AnD COMMittee
MeMBers 2010-2011
OFFICERS
Thomas A. Stellato, MD                      President
E. Christopher Ellison, MD                  1st Vice-President
Richard H. Bell, Jr., MD                    2nd Vice-President
Layton F. Rikkers, MD                       Secretary and Executor
William D. Turnipseed, MD                   Treasurer


BOARD MEMBERS AT LARGE
Anna M. Ledgerwood, MD
Roland J.Vega, MD
Richard A. Prinz, MD
David M. Mahvi, MD
   Ex-Officio Members
   Michael S. Nussbaum, MD, President CSA
   Nathaniel J. Soper, MD, Secretary CSA


AWARDS COMMITTEE
E. Christopher Ellison, MD                  1st Vice-President, Chair
Richard H. Bell, Jr., MD                    2nd Vice-President
Thomas A. Stellato, MD                      President
John C. Alverdy, MD                         Member
Jon C. gould, MD                            Member
Jeffrey B. Mathews, MD                      Member


DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE
Thomas A. Stellato, MD                      President, Chair
E. Christopher Ellison, MD                  1st Vice-President
Richard H. Bell, Jr., MD                    2nd Vice-President
Richard C. Anderson, MD                     Member
Keith D. Lillemoe, MD                       Member
Anthony J. Senagore, MD                     Member



                                                        CSA 2011 • 275
   CsA FOunDAtiOn BOArD OF
   DireCtOrs AnD COMMittee
   MeMBers 2010-2011 (continued)
   AUDIT COMMITTEE
   Tara M. Breslin, MD
   Merril T. Dayton, MD
   Steven A. De Jong, MD


   INVESTMENT COMMITTEE
   Richard H. Bell, Jr., MD     2nd Vice-President, Chair
   Thomas A. Stellato, MD       President
   E. Christopher Ellison, MD   1st Vice-President
   Steve Eubanks, MD            Member




276 • CSA 2011
FOunDAtiOn COntriButOrs
(FOR CONTRIBUTIONS RECEIVED THROUGH DECEMBER 31, 2010)


FOUNDERS                             PATRONS
TABLE                                Total Contributions of $1000‑$4999
Total Contributions or Pledge over   (Blue Ribbon)
$10,000
                                     James T. Adams
(Gold Ribbon)
                                     gerard V. Aranha
Christopher ellison                  Wallace A. Arneson, Jr.
Anna M. Ledgerwood                   Adel Bozorgzadeh
Charles E. Lucas                     L. Michael Brunt
                                     Henry Buchwald
                                     John L. Butsch
PRESIDENTS                           Dolores F. Cikrit
CIRCLE                               John J. Coleman,III
Total Contributions or Pledge over   Robert E. Condon
$5,000 (Presidents Circle Pin and    Anita P. Courcoulas
Gold Ribbon)                         Thomas H. Covey
                                     Anthony M. D’Alessandro
William H. Baker                     Michael C. Dalsing
Robert J. Baker                      Lillian g. Dawes
Richard H. Bell                      Duane L. Donovan
JamesR. DeBord                       Scott A. Engum
Norman C. Estes                      Josef E.Fischer
J. Roland Folse                      Frank A. Folk
Jay L. grosfeld                      gerald M. Fried
Roger Keith                          Susan galandiuk
Mark Malangoni                       Tom N. galouzis
Fabrizio Michelassi                  Richard L. gamelli
David S. Mulder
                                     R. Neal garrison
David L. Nahrwold                    Bruce L. gewertz
Michael Nussbaum                     Lazar J. greenfield
Jack Pickleman                       Paul E. Hodgson
Layton F. Rikkers                    James L. Hoehn
Thomas A. Stellato                   Verne L. Hoshal, Jr.
Jeremiah g. Turcotte                 Thomas J. Howard
                                     Ray J. Joehl
                                     Stephen N. Joffe


                                                        CSA 2011 • 277
   FOunDAtiOn COntriButOrs (cont.)
   Richard J. Kagan        gary B. Williams
   Michael D. Klein        Stuart D. Wilson
   gerald M. Larson        James S.T.yao
   Ian C. Lavery
   Frank R. Lewis
   Keith D. Lillemoe       DONORS
   Robert J. Lucas         Total Contributions of $300‑$999
   Fred Luchette           (Red Ribbon)
   Lloyd D. Mac Lean
   James A. Madura         Richard C. Anderson
   Edward E. Mason         Mark W. Arnold
   Jeffrey B. Matthews     Vatche H. Ayvazian
   Richard C. Mc Pherson   Douglas M. Behrendt
   Sidney F. Miller        Louis C. Bernhardt
   Albert Mowlem           Timothy R. Billiar
   C. Barber Mueller       Deborah F. Billmire
   William O. Myers        Thomas A. Broadie
   Hiram C. Polk, Jr.      David F. Canal
   Jeffrey L. Ponsky       Scott Chapman
   Kenneth J. Printen      William R. Clark, Jr.
   Richard A. Prinz        Paul E. Collicott
   Frederick J. Rescorla   Daniel Conway
   Hernan M. Reyes         Paul R. Cunningham
   James A. Schulak        Steven A. De Jong
   Carol Scott-Conner      Richard M. Devine
   Anthony J. Senagore     John A. Dutro
   Stephen F. Sener        Errol E. Erlandson
   gregorio A. Sicard      Calvin B. Ernst
   Lelan F. Sillin         Robert J. Fitzgibbons, Jr.
   Donald Silver           Richard B. Fratianne
   Herbert E. Sloan        W. Peter geis
   Edgar D. Staren         Lawrence g. Hampson
   Jon S. Thompson         Sachinder S. Hans
   gregory A. Timberlake   Kenneth A. Harris
   Jonathan B. Towne       Per-Olof J. Hasselgren
   Jose M.Velasco          Mark Hemmila
   Wendy L. Wahl           Robert E. Hermann
   Thomas W. Wakefield     george J. Hill
   Karen W. West           george W. Holcomb, III

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FOunDAtiOn COntriButOrs (cont.)
Tracy Hull               William D. Turnipseed
gordon L. Hyde           James Tyburski
Jay A. Johannigman       Brad W. Warner
Christopher P. Johnson   Marvin J. Wexler
Walter A. Koltun
William g. Kraybill
Rene lafreniere          CONTRIBUTORS
Katherine J. Liu         Total Contributions up to $299
Joseph L. Lohmuller      (Green Ribbon)
David M. Mahvi
                         Robert Acton
Jeffrey M. Marks
                         Syed Ahmad
Lester W. Martin
                         David Ahrenholz
Christopher R. McHenry
                         Harry L . Anderson, III
Walter H. Merrill
                         Carl H. Andrus
Amanda M. Metcalf
                         Peter Angelos
Monica Morrow
                         John A. Aucar
Michael W. Mulholland
                         John C. Aust
Richard M. Nedelman
                         Bruce J. Averbook
W. Kirt Nichols
                         Richard g. Azizkhan
george A. Oliver
                         Roderick A. Barke
Mary Otterson
                         John A. Barrett
Edward Paloyan
                         Robert H. Bartlett
Henry A. Pitt
                         thomas Bergamini
Jay B. Prystowsky
                         Jason H. Bodzin
Jan Rakinic
                         John Bossert
Feza H. Remzi
                         John J. Brems
Allan M. Roza
                         Douglas Bryan
John Santaniello
                         Richard E. Burney
Jonathan Saxe
                         Darrell C. Campbell, Jr.
C. Max Schmidt
                         Donna A. Caniano
Harry W. Sell, Jr.
                         Joseph A. Caruana
Margo Shoup
                         Frank H. Chae
Jerry M. Shuck
                         herbert Chen
Joseph P. Skemp
                         Susan E. Clare
Norman J. Snow
                         Charles T. Cloutier, Jr.
Nathaniel J. Soper
                         Richard P. Cochran
Sylvester Sterioff
                         William R. Cole
gordon L. Telford
                         Donald R. Cooney
James H. Thomas

                                             CSA 2011 • 279
   FOunDAtiOn COntriButOrs (cont.)
   Merril T. Dayton         Lloyd A. Jacobs
   Conor P. Delaney         Juda Z. Jona
   David W. Dexter          Donald L. Kaminski
   elijah Dixon             Dixon B. Kaufman
   Cornelius Doherty        Michael S. Kavic
   Scott A. Dulchavsky      Seema A. Khan
   Margaret M. Dunn         John R. Kirkpatrick
   David L. Dunn            James A. Knol
   Joseph R. Durham         Paul Koontz, Jr.
   Stephen B. Edge          John B. Kortbeek
   Richard W. Egan          Stephen g. Lalka
   Robert E. Falcone        Raymond J. Lanzafame
   Michael B. Farnell       gary W. Lemmon
   Victor W. Fazio          Nonie Lowry
   Victor A. Ferraris       Dennis P. Lund
   Ronald S. Filo           Hugh B. Lynn
   Lewis M. Flint           george J. Magovern
   William J. Flynn, Jr.    James W. Maher
   David P. Foley           Leonard Makowka
   Henri R. Ford            M. Ashraf Mansour
   R. Armour Forse          David A. Margolin
   David Fromm              Walter J. McCarthy
   Edwin gaar               Robin S. Mc Leod
   Douglas M. geehan        Jonathan L. Meakins
   John J. gleysteen        Frank B. Miller
   Jon gould                Ernest E. Moore
   John A. greager          Donald W. Moorman
   Scott A. gruber          gerald S. Moss
   Sharon grundfest         Martin F. Mozes
   Daniel P. guyton         Kenric M. Murayama
   Peter Hallowell          Kimberly Nagy
   Bruce Harms              Douglas Naylor
   Jay K. Harness           Ronald L. Nichols
   Thomas Z. Hayward, III   Hisashi Nikaidoh
   J. Michael Henderson     Mark Odland
   Peter K. Henke           Patrick J. O’Hara
   Daniel B. Hinshaw        David M. Ota
   John R. Hoch, II         Pauline K. Park
   Sayeed Ikramuddin        Frederick B. Parker

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FOunDAtiOn COntriButOrs (cont.)
Janice L. Pasieka          Robert Stratta
Lisa A. Patterson          Sonia L. Sugg
James L. Peacock           Randall S. Sung
Richard H. Pearl           Jeffrey J. Sussman
Andrew B. Peitzman         Fresca Swaniker
Elizabeth A. Peralta       Paul Taheri
Mark D. Pescovitz          Daniel H. Teitelbaum
Eduardo Phillips           Paula Termuhlen
Fred R. Plecha             gilbert R. Upchurch, Jr.
Paul Priebe                Patrick Vaccaro
Jeffrey D. Punch           Charles W. Van Way, III
Janice F. Rafferty         Robert M.Vanecko
Stephen C. Rayhill         Roland Vega
Daniel J. Reddy            Vic Velanovich
Donald N. Reed, Jr.        gary C.Vitale
Lawrence Rosenberg         David P.Vogt
Robert L. Ruberg           Marc K. Wallack
Steven M. Rudich           R. Matthew Walsh
Daniel Ruge                Alvin L. Watne
William M. Rupp            Jeffrey D. Wayne
Frederick C. Ryckman       Sharon M. Weber
Charles R. Sachatello      Ronald J. Weigel
John D. Saletta            Michael A. West
Michael g. Sarr            Walter M. Whitehouse Jr.
Bhagwan Satiani            Eric A. Wiebke
Harry C. Sax               David P. Winchester
Philip R. Schauer          leslie Wise
Kenneth S. Scher           Seth W. Wolk
Donald J. Scholten         Katharine yao
Joseph J. Sferra           Serdar yilmaz
Ron Shapiro                Michael J. Zdon
Elizabeth A. Shaughnessy   Richard T. Zera
Joel Shilyansky            Robert M. Zollinger, Jr.
Allen Silbergleit
geoffrey M. Silver         If you have questions regarding your
Norman A. Silverman        listing, please contact Layton Rikkers’
Richard L. Simmons         office at 608-263-1383
Ezra Steiger
Steven Steinberg

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   CsA FOunDAtiOn surgiCAL
   enriChMent AwArDs
   1995-2008

   1995 - Frank E. Johnson, M.D.
   St. Louis University
   International Traveling Scholarship in Health Outcomes Research

   1996 - Scott A. Dulchavsky, M.D.
   Wayne State University
   Renal Apoptosis During Ischemia Reperfusion Injury

   1997 - Peter Angelos, M.D.
   Northwestern University
   Sponsor: Raymond J. Joehl, M.D.
   The Teaching of Ethics in Surgical Training: The Development of a Cur-
   riculum

   1997 - Scott A. Engum, M.D.
   Indiana University
   Sponsor: Jay L. grosfield, M.D.
   Experimental Assessment of Small Intestinal Sub mucosa as a Prosthetic
   Diaphragm Substitute in a growing Animal Model

   1998 - Randall S. Sung, M.D.
   University of Michigan
   Sponsor: Jonathan S. Bromberg, M.D.
   Cytokine Inhibition in Adenovirus-Mediated gene Transfer

   1999 - Jeffrey J. Sussman
   University of Cincinnati
   Sponsor: Josef E. Fischer, M.D.
   Modulation of Type 1/Type 2 Tumor Immune Responses to Improve
   Adoptive Immunotherapy

   2000 - Henry J. Schiller, M.D.
   SUNy Upstate Medical University
   Sponsor: Frederick B. Parker, M.D.
   Alveolar Mechanics and Ventilator Induced Lung Injury

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CsA FOunDAtiOn surgiCAL
enriChMent AwArDs (continued)
2001 - Tina R. Desai, M.D.
University of Chicago
Sponsor: Bruce L. gewertz, M.D.
The Role of IL-6 Hypoxic Endothelial
Barrier Dysfunction

2002 - Christian M. Schmidt, M.D.
Indiana University
Sponsor: James Madura, M.D.
Role of Cyclooxygenase-2 in Human and Pancreatic Experimental
Tumorigenesis

2003 - Hank C. Hill, M.D.
Roswell Park Cancer Institute
Sponsor: Boris W. Kuvshinoff II, M.D.
Neoadjuvant Tumor Immunotherapy in a Surgical Metastasis Model

2004 - Mark R. Hemmila, M.D.
University of Michigan
Sponsor: Darrell A. Campbell, Jr., M.D.
Trauma Care Quality Improvement

2005 - Andy C. Chiou, M.D.
University of Illinois
Sponsor: James R. De Bord, M.D.
Surgical Resident Rotation in the Office of Human Research Oversight’s
Institutional Review Board

2006 - Katharine Yao, M.D.
Loyola University Medical Center
TraumaList and LoyolaList: A Pilot Project to Improve “Hand Off” Com-
munications and Workflow Efficiency




                                                        CSA 2011 • 283
   CsA FOunDAtiOn surgiCAL
   enriChMent AwArDs (continued)
   2007 - Charles P. Heise, M.D.
   University of Wisconsin-Madison
   Salmonella Mediated Type III Secretion of Interleukin-10 for Prevention
   of Th2 Mediated Inflammatory Bowel Disease

   2008 - Clifford S. Cho, M.D.
   University of Wisconsin – Madison
   Experimental Manipulation of Melanoma-Induced Immune Suppression

   2009 - David J. Bentrem, M.D.
   Northwestern University
   Study of 5-Lipoxygenase, an Arachidonic Acid Pathway Enzyme, in Colon
   Cancer

   2010 - David P. Foley, M.D.
   University of Wisconsin – Madison
   Determining the Role of Nrf2 in a Murine Model of Hepatic Ischemia
   Reperfusion Injury




284 • CSA 2011
reQuest FOr
ADDress uPDAte
An update on the address of the following members is kindly requested:
Adler, Richard          Hreno, Andrew             Moylan, Joseph
Arbulu, Agustin         Hyde, gordon              Myers, William
Aust, John              Irwin, Francis            Norton, Lawrence
Baue, Arthur            Iwatsuki, Shunzaburo      Parker, Frederick
Behrendt, Douglas       Koffron, Alan             Peden, Joseph
Beven, Edwin            La Plante, E. Schrae      Rosenberg, Jerry C.
Burns, gerard           leapman, Stephen          Roshe, Joseph
Cohen, Max              lenahan, norris           Rowe, Marc
Cole, William           Mallette, William         Shames, Brian
Coles, John             Mandelbaum, Isidore       Shermeta, Dennis
Covey, Thomas           Mattar, Samer             Siewers, Ralph
Egan, Richard           Mattos, Mark              Silverman, norman
eiseman, Ben            Mc Donald, gerald O.      Slater, Harvey
Fischer, Ronald         Mc Elhinney, William T.   Todd, Edward
Fisher, Bernard         Meakins, Jonathan         Watson, Raymond
gillespie, Robert       Meguid, Michael           Woods, James
Himal, Harry            Mitchell, C.L.
Hoehn, James            Moulder, Peter V.

Name:

Spouse’s Name:

Institution:

Street Address:

City, State, Zip:

Phone:

E-Mail:

Submit to:
   Central Surgical Association      Telephone: 913.402.7102
   5810 W. 140th Terrace             Email: meetings@centralsurg.org
   Overland Park, KS 66223           Fax: 913.273.1140

                                                         CSA 2011 • 285
   nOtiCe OF ChAnge
   Please make the following change to my listing:


   Name:

   Spouse’s Name:

   Institution:

   Street Address:

   City, State, Zip:

   Phone:

   E-Mail:




   Submit to:
      Central Surgical Association
      5810 W. 140th Terrace
      Overland Park, KS 66223

      Telephone: 913.402.7102
      Email: meetings@centralsurg.org
      Fax: 913.273.1140




286 • CSA 2011
nOtiCe OF DeAth


Name:

Date:




Submit to:
   Central Surgical Association
   5810 W. 140th Terrace
   Overland Park, KS 66223

  Telephone: 913.402.7102
  Email: meetings@centralsurg.org
  Fax: 913.273.1140




                                    CSA 2011 • 287
   CsA AnnuAL
   Meeting LOCAtiOns
   1941 – Ann Arbor           1980 – St. Louis
   1942 - Chicago             1981 – Dearborn
   1943-44-45 – No meetings   1982 – Chicago
   1946 - Chicago             1983 – Milwaukee
   1947 - Chicago             1984 - Pittsburgh
   1948 - Chicago             1985 – Montreal
   1949 - Cleveland           1986 – Chicago
   1950 - Chicago             1987 - Louisville
   1951 - Chicago             1988 - Columbus
   1952 - Toronto             1989 – Alberta
   1953 - Chicago             1990 - Chicago
   1954 - Detroit             1991 - Indianapolis
   1955 - Chicago             1992 - Madison
   1956 - Rochester           1993 - Cincinnati
   1957 - Chicago             1994 – Chicago
   1958 - Columbus            1995 - Cleveland
   1959 - Montreal            1996 - Minneapolis
   1960 - Chicago             1997 - Chicago
   1961 – St. Louis           1998 – Ann Arbor
   1962 - Cincinnati          1999 - St. Louis
   1963 - Chicago             2000 - Chicago
   1964 – Rochester, Mn       2001 - Tucson
   1965 - Milwaukee           2002 - Pittsburgh
   1966 - Chicago             2003 – toronto
   1967 - Pittsburgh          2004 - Chicago
   1968 - Cleveland           2005 – Tucson
   1969 - Chicago             2006 – Louisville
   1970 - Detroit             2007- Chicago
   1971 - Minneapolis         2008 - Cincinnati
   1972 - Chicago             2009 - Sarasota
   1973 – toronto             2010 - Chicago
   1974 - Cincinnati          2011 - Detroit
   1975 - Chicago
   1976 – Rochester, nY
   1977 – Buffalo
   1978 – Chicago
   1979 – omaha


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