ASCRS Video Mentorship Series: Left and right sided anastomotic techniques (including intracorporeal, double purse string, natural orifice extraction)

VMS-Logo.jpgDate: September 30, 2022
Time: 6:00 PM Central Time (US & Canada)
Host: Matthew Albert, MD, FACS, FASCRS, Moderators: Jeffrey S. Barton, MD, FASCRS, Stephen Brandstetter, MD, FACS, FASCRS, Michelle Cowan, MD, FACS, FASCRS
CME Credit Hours Available: 0

The ASCRS Video Mentorship Series is a series of intraoperative video-based coaching sessions, presented in the webinar format, with the goal of sharing operative techniques and improving procedural confidence. During this webinar the moderators will review videos of Left and right sided anastomotic techniques (including intracorporeal, double purse string, natural orifice extraction).
Matthew Albert, MD, FACS, FASCRS
Dr. Albert received his completed his surgical residency at Tufts-New England Medical Center in Boston and subsequently his fellowship at the University of Texas, Houston, Methodist Hospitals. He subsequently founded the Center for Colon & Rectal Surgery and ACGME colorectal fellowship at AdventHealth where he continues to practice and serve as the Medical Director for Surgical Innovation at the Digestive Health and Surgical Institute. He is most well-known for the development of TAMIS and the creation of the first flexible transanal platform.

Barton.jpgJeffrey S. Barton, MD, FASCRS
Dr. Barton completed his residency training in general surgery at Oregon Health and Sciences University before completing a residency in colorectal surgery with the Colon and Rectal Clinic of Houston. He currently serves as a colorectal surgeon at Kaiser Permanente in Portland, OR.

Brandstetter.jpgStephen Brandstetter, MD, FACS, FASCRS
Dr. Brandstetter completed medical school at the University of Cincinnati, after which he went on to an intern year at The University of Louisville General Surgery Department and completed surgical training at Cleveland Clinic Akron General. Following a fellowship at Cleveland Clinic in Colorectal surgery, he now practices at Cleveland Clinic Akron General.

Cowan,-Michelle.jpgMichelle Cowan, MD, FACS, FASCRS
Dr. Cowan received her BS from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and MD from the Medical College of Virginia (VCU). She completed a general surgery residency at the University of Chicago followed by a fellowship in Colon and Rectal surgery at Washington University in St. Louis. She then spent several years in practice at the University of Colorado and the Rocky Mountain VA Hospital and is currently an Associate Professor of Surgery at the University of Washington where she is the co-director of the IBD program.

Registration is free to ASCRS members and a $50 flat-fee for non-members, which includes live and on-demand access to all webinars in the series. This is a one-time registration for enrollment in the full 2022 series. You do not need to register more than once.