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American Surgical Association Foundation Fellowship Research Award
The purpose of the ASAF Fellowship is to support and encourage gifted young surgeons who choose careers in investigation and academic surgery. Fellows will be supported in an initial year; the Fellowship can be renewed by review of the Fellowship Committee for a succeeding year. During the Fellowship years, the Awardee should have a primary role in research and teaching. It is expected that the Fellow will have a faculty position following the Fellowship in the Department of Surgery of the sponsoring institution.
Application Deadline: June 15, 2019
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ASA Flance-Karl Award
The Flance-Karl Award was established in 1996 by Samuel A. Wells, Jr., MD, who was then President of the Association. The primary endowment for the award was a gift from Mr. David Farrell, Chief Executive Officer of the May Corporation, and the Barnes-Jewish-Christian Health Care System, both of St. Louis, Missouri. The award recognized I. Jerome Flance, MD, and Michael M. Karl, MD, two physicians in St. Louis, who cared for Mr. Farrell and his family. The Flance-Karl Award is presented to an American Surgical Association Fellow in the United States of America or Canada who has made a seminal contribution in basic laboratory research that has application to clinical surgery of any specialty. The recipient should be active in clinical or laboratory research and preferably an Active rather than Senior Fellow of the Association. Prior recipients of the ASAís Medallion for Scientific Achievement are not eligible for the Flance-Karl Award.
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ACS/ASA Health Policy and Management Scholarship
The American College of Surgeons and the American Surgical Association are offering an annual scholarship to subsidize attendance and participation in the Executive Leadership Program in Health Policy and Management at Brandeis University. The course takes place June 2-8, 2019. The award is in the amount of $8,000, to be used toward the cost of tuition, travel, housing, and subsistence during the period of the course.
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ASA Medallion for Scientific Achievement
The Medallion for Scientific Achievement is the highest honor bestowed by the American Surgical Association.
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ASA Medallion for Advancement of Surgical Care
The ASA Medallion for Advancement of Surgical Care recognizes seminal contributions in clinical surgery or surgical education that truly established new benchmarks or paradigms.
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