Resident Research Program
The surgical investigator must be a bridge-tender, channeling knowledge from basic science to the patient’s bedside and back again.

To accommodate the diversified academic interests of our residents, we have developed five broad research pathways modeled after the GME "Pathways to Discovery" program. Each has a designated pathway leader who is responsible for meeting with and advising residents interested in that research area. The pathway leader will also maintain an up-to-date list of funding sources applicable to that research area. Pathway leaders are members of the resident research committee, whose membership will be continuously reinvigorated by inviting new faculty so as to reflect the breadth and diversity of our resident research portfolio.

Awards Announced for 28th Annual Dunphy Resident Research Symposium

The 28th Annual J. Engelbert Dunphy Resident Research Symposium was held March 11, 2015 with Jennifer Grandis, MD giving the keynote presentation.  

View abstracts and winners

  Rrdwinners 2015
  Left to right: Bian Wu, Carlie Thompson, Peter Stock, Gavitt Woodard, Jennifer Grandis, Nancy Ascher, Jessica Cohan, Lily Cheng, Benjamin Howard