WOMEN IN SURGERY LUNCHEON


"What I Didn't Learn in Kindergarten"
Myriam Curet, MD, FACS

Dr. Curet received her medical degree from Harvard Medical School and completed her general surgery residency at the University of Chicago.  She completed a fellowship in minimally invasive fellowship and performed general and bariatric surgery.  She joined the Stanford University Department of Surgery in 2000 and is currently a Clinical Professor of Surgery.  She is passionate about surgical education and has served as chair of the American College of Surgeon’s Committee on Resident Education.  She is also a past president of the Association of Women Surgeons.  Dr. Curet joined Intuitive Surgical in 2005 as Chief Medical Advisor and became Executive Vice President, Chief Medical Officer in 2017.  In this role, she helps oversee medical research and training on the robotic platform.

Topic:  What I Didn't Learn in Kindergarten

They say all you need to know you learn in kindergarten. In general, I found this to be true both in my career as an academic surgeon being promoted to Professor of Surgery then as an industry executive, being promoted to Executive Vice President and Chief Medical Officer. However, there are a few key lessons that I found particularly helpful that I would like to share with other women.

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The Women in Surgery Luncheon will take place Saturday, January 11, 2020 during the Annual Scientific Meeting and has an additional event fee.  Select this optional event when you register for the meeting!  Click here to add the luncheon to an existing registration.