2014 Schwartz program

Inaugural Schwartz Surgical Symposium 
Agenda

 12pm              Tour of Pavilion A
Provided by Dr. Michael Karpf, Executive Vice President for Health Affairs, UK Healthcare

1pm             Schwartz Surgical Symposium
William T. Young Library Auditorium

1:00-1:10         Welcome and Opening RemarksAudience listening
Andrew Bernard, MD, Lexington

1:10-1:30         A Brief History of Bariatric Surgery at UK- Matthew French, MD, New Orleans, LA

1:30-1:50         Endocrine Surgery: What's Changed Since Richard Schwartz Became UK's First Endocrine Surgeon? - Cortney Lee, MD, Lexington

1:50-2:10         Aortic Valve Repair
Chand Ramaiah, MD, Nashville, TN

2:10-2:30         Training of a General Surgeon: Are We Making the Cut?
Steven B. Johnson, MD, Tucson, AZ

2:30-2:50         Break with Refreshments

2:50-3:20         Robotic Mitral Valve Surgery
Nathan Bates, MD, Jacksonville, FL

3:20-3:40         The Remarkable Legacy of Richard W. Schwartz, Surgical Educator
David Sloan, MD, Lexington

3:40-4:00         Ambulatory ECMO
Jay Zwischenberger, MD, Lexington 

Inaugural Richard W. Schwartz Memorial Lecture
Hilary J. Boone Faculty Center; 500 Rose Street

4:30pm         Introductions
David Sloan, MD, Lexington

Comments
Gordon Hyde, MD, Professor Emeritus, Lexington

4:45pm            Richard W. Schwartz Memorial Lecture
“Achalasia 1992-2014 - My Personal Education”
Presented by Dr. Kenneth Sharp, Professor and Vice Chair, Vanderbilt University Medical Center

 5:45-7:15 pm   Reception
Boone Faculty Center Library
Mr. and Mrs. Sharp with Janet Schwartz

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