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Owen H. Wangensteen Scientific Forum

Scientific Forum ePoster session

The Owen H. Wangensteen Scientific Forum consists of more than 1,300 presentations showcasing timely, innovative information and findings on original scientific research, surgical procedures, practices, and approaches.

Abstracts submitted under this program were reviewed and selected for presentation by the Scientific Forum Committee. The Scientific Forum program provides a platform for scientific and surgical researchers across all levels of training and experience, including junior scientific investigators—surgery residents, medical students, surgeons who have recently completed their training—to present their original research work before a national audience for the first time. The Scientific Forum holds sessions Monday through Wednesday.

In addition to the traditional oral presentations, the Forum is offering “Quick Shot” abstract presentations (less than four minutes in length) in select sessions.

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Clinical Congress 2019 E-Posters

e-Posters

All poster presentations are in electronic format and available for viewing throughout Clinical Congress and online. Authors and invited faculty participated in e-poster round presentations.

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Scientific Forum Dedication, Excellence in Research, and Resident & Research Scholarship

The Owen H. Wangensteen Scientific Forum Committee dedicated the abstract supplement to John C. Alverdy, MD, FACS. Introductory remarks for the dedication were given by Edith Tzeng, MD, FACS, Scientific Forum Committee Chair and introductory remarks for Dr. Alverdy were given by Kevin K. Roggin, MD, FACS.

Following the dedication, Dr. Tzeng distributed 24 awards for excellence in research. Surgery residents and their mentors were invited to attend the dedication and awards distribution.

Finally, the six 2017–2019 ACS Resident Research Scholarship awardees gave brief presentations on their research projects as part of the Resident & Research Scholarship event.