Pictures from the 2017 SGS Annual Scientific Meeting

Vivian Sung, MD introduces John B. Gebhart, MD as the new SGS President at the 2017 SGS Annual Scientific Meeting Kristin Jacobs, MD, Steering Committee Chair of the AUGS/SGS Group of FPRN®, wishing a Happy 10th Anniversary to FPRN®
   
 Peter Jeppson, MD is presented the 2017 SGS Service Award by Vivian Sung, MD, SGS President and Robert Gutman, MD, 2017 SGS Scientific Program Chair  Winners of the first three heats of Armadillo Racing - Erik Hokenstad, MD, Katelyn Smithling, MD,  and Deborah Myers, MD

 

2017 Annual Scientific Meeting

2017 Awards Ceremony

2017 Academic Roundtables

2017 Mentorship Mingle

2017 Honored Mentors

 

2017 Texas Hoedown

2017 Golf Tournament

2017 Kayaking

2017 Presidential Address

2017 FPRN® Meeting

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


SGS Research Grant Opportunity - Call for Applications

The Society of Gynecologic Surgeons (SGS) is pleased to announce a call for applications for research projects related to robot-assisted gynecologic surgery. The deadline for applications is July 14, 2017. Grant funding is available for research in robotic-assisted surgery, made possible by Intuitive Surgical. Applications will be scored on two components: 1) Research Concept; 2) Investigator and Institutional Environment. Criteria are detailed in the Request for Applications (RFA). Applicants do not have to have a history of previous research funding. Single-site or multi-site proposals are welcome. We hope to notify about the award of grants(s) by late August.

Please click here for the RFA.

SGS Mission

The mission of the Society of Gynecologic Surgeons is to promote excellence in gynecologic surgery through acquisition of knowledge and improvement of skills, advancement of basic and clinical research, and professional and public education.

Research

The Society prides itself in mentoring young gynecologic surgeons and investigators and this is reflected with the founding of both the Fellows' Pelvic Research Network (FPRN®) and the Systematic Review Groups (SRG) in 2007, both groups held in high esteem by other medical societies.

Education

Evidence-Based Medicine article published in OBG Mangement based on the SGS Meeting Workshop....Read it Now!

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