New England Surgical Society
New England Surgical Society

Fall 2011 Newsletter

Fall 2011 Newsletter
» President’s Message
» Editor’s Corner
» 2011 Annual Meeting Preliminary Program
» President Elect's Message
» 2016 Centennial Update
» Charitable Foundation

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President’s Message
James C. Hebert, MD, President NESS
James C. Hebert, MD
As the days are growing shorter and summer fades into fall, I am reminded how quickly my term as President of the New England Society is passing. I have truly enjoyed serving as your President and thank you all for the honor of doing so. I am looking forward to our 92nd Annual Meeting later this month at the Omni Mount Washington Hotel in Bretton Woods, NH. More...

Editor’s Corner
Bruce Leavitt
Bruce J. Leavitt, MD
September is now upon us and many of us in New England are recovering from Hurricane Irene. “Good Night, Irene” was an aphorism that was appropriate and well used after she left. The newscasters and weather forecasters were warning the eastern United States about Irene’s potential effects from the Carolinas to the Big Apple. After she left, the greatest effects were in our home of New England... More...

2011 Annual Meeting Preliminary Program
NESS Annual Meeting
View the 2011 Preliminary Program.

President Elect's Message
Thomas F. Tracy, Jr., MD, President-Elect NESS
Thomas F. Tracy, Jr., MD
I am extremely grateful to the membership of the New England Surgical Society for this tremendous opportunity to serve as your President-Elect. Over the past decade, it has been a true joy to watch the educational program of NESS explode with leading panels and as always, the highest representation of clinical and basic science activity in all of our centers. More....

2016 Centennial Update
Attending the Annual Meeting in Bretton Woods? Bring your photos, old documents, etc. with you to the meeting! Staff will be on hand to scan your materials for review and potential inclusion in the Society’s “Living Archive” that will be published electronically in celebration of the upcoming Centennial. More...

Charitable Foundation
The Foundation is currently looking for ways to expand its resources as well as educational opportunities for NESS members. A short electronic survey will be distributed after the 2011 Annual Meeting; please be sure to complete it, as the Foundation values your feedback. You may also contact the Foundation President with your ideas. More...