James B. Peoples, M.D., Surgical Society
The James B. Peoples, M.D., Surgical Society is an interest group for students in the School of Medicine who are interested in learning more about and pursuing a career in surgery. We have one event per month and encourage those interested in learning more about surgery to attend. Past events include panel discussions of practicing general and specialty surgeons, gown and glove sessions, and a suture lab. There are no dues or attendance requirements, just show up to the meetings when you are free. If you have questions, would like to learn more about the club, or would like to become an officer, please contact us.
To provide current medical students with information regarding a variety of surgical specialty careers through the coordination of presentations by surgeons who are working in those fields.
- Promote interest in surgery at the Boonshoft School of Medicine.
- Increase knowledge of general surgery and surgical subspecialties through panels, shadowing, and training simulations.
- Prepare medical students for their surgical clerkship and a career in surgery.
- Boonshoft School of Medicine to host tribute to Robert Peter Turk, M.D., professor emeritus
- Robert P. Turk, M.D., professor emeritus at Boonshoft School of Medicine, passes away
Introduction to Surgical Research
Presenter: Priti Parikh, Ph.D., assistant professor and research director, Department of Surgery
2014 Suture Lab at Miami Valley Hospital, April 14, 2014
Conferences and Symposiums
Emerging Issues and Controversies in Vascular Surgery
A one-day symposium on various topics in vascular surgery for primary care physicians, surgeons, vascular specialists, podiatrists, nursing, and other allied medical professionals and trainees in the greater Dayton area, sponsored by the Boonshoft School of Medicine Department of General Surgery Symposium, on Sept. 27, 2013.
- Hemodialysis Access Basics: A Vascular Surgeon’s Perspective
- Current Status of Carotid Therapy
- Peripheral Artery Disease: A Vascular Surgeons's Perspective
- Arterial and Venous Lower Extremity Ulcers
- Cosmetic Vein Practice: Secrets to Success
- Use of Autollogoous Bone-Marrow Mononuclear (Stem) Cell Implantation Therapy as a Limb Salvage Procedure in Patients with Severe Peripheral Vascular Disease
- Contemporary Management of Aortic Graft Infections
- Multidisciplinary Team Approach to Limb Salvage Repair and Maintenance of the High Risk Lower Extremity
Clinical Congress, American College of Surgeons Annual Meeting
October 26–30, 2014
Moscone Center, San Francisco
- American College of Surgeons
- Boonshoft School of Medicine Department of Surgery
- Boonshoft School of Medicine Department of Orthopedic Surgery and Sports Medicine
- Wright State Physicians Surgery
- The Ohio Neurosurgical Institute
- Southwest Ohio ENT Specialists
- South Dayton Urology
- Dayton Eye Associates
- Warwar Eye Group
- National Residency Match Program
- Surgery 101 Podcasts
Get an inside perspective on what it is like to be a faculty surgeon at Wright State University Boonshoft School of Medicine.