Andre Ramdon, M.D., a fellowship-trained, board-certified vascular surgeon, has joined the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS) as an associate professor in the College of Medicine’s Department of Surgery, Division of Vascular Surgery.
Congratulations to Dr. Ronda Henry-Tillman, Professor and Executive Vice Chair of the Department of Surgery and Chief of Breast Oncology in the Winthrop P. Rockefeller Cancer Institute, on being selected as a 2023 inductee in the Arkansas Black Hall of Fame.
Six early-career researchers have been selected to receive two years of funded translational research training and support in the UAMS Translational Research Institute (TRI) KL2 Mentored Research Career Development Scholar Awards Program. Michail Mavros, M.D., from our department was one of the awardees.
The second annual UAMS Surgical Research Symposium was held May 9 with an enthusiastic turnout. We had over 50 attendees with 25 presenting posters.
Congratulations to Dr. Deidre Wyrick for being named the Leonard Tow Humanism Award Winner and to Jennifer York for the Clinical Excellence – Oustanding APP award.
Congratulations to Dr. Ronda Henry-Tillman for being named to the list of Castle Connolly Exceptional Women in Medicine
Dr. Benjamin Davis was a member of the American College of Surgeons Committee on Trauma Future Trauma Leaders Class. The mission of the Committee on Trauma is to develop and implement programs that support injury prevention and ensure optimal patient outcomes across the continuum of care. These programs incorporate advocacy, education, trauma center and trauma system resources, […]
The UAMS Trauma Program has flourished under the leadership of Ron Robertson, M.D., FACS, for the past decade. With an eye toward many more years of outstanding trauma care for Arkansans, Robertson, professor and chair of the Department of Surgery, has turned over the program’s reins to Kyle Kalkwarf, M.D., FACS, assistant professor of surgery.
THV11 in Little Rock featured Dr. Ronda Henry-Tillman, highlighting not only her work here at UAMS, but around the world.
A liver transplant recently performed at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS) was the first in the state to use groundbreaking technology that preserves donor livers and keeps them viable for an extended period of time.