What’s new at AAS?

SAVE THE DATE: 2016 Academic Surgical Congress

February 2-4, 2016
Hyatt Regency
Jacksonville Riverfront, Jacksonville, Florida

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AAS 2015 Fall Courses

The Association for Academic Surgery 2015 Fall Courses will be held on Saturday, October 3, 2015 at Northwestern University in Chicago, IL.

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"Redefining Surgery" is now available both on DVD and as online streaming video.
Sponsored by the AAS, the American College of Surgeons, the Society of University Surgeons, and the Association of Program Directors in Surgery, this video is a contemporary documentary of surgery as a rewarding career – with cutting–edge technological advances, clinical and basic/translational research opportunities, a commitment to education and mentoring, and a priority on diversity and work-life balance. For more information, click here »


AAS Membership


  • Renew your membership
  • Donate to the AAS Foundation
  • Change your contact information
  • Change your account password
  • Create /manage your AAS member profile

To pay online now, please click HERE
or call (310) 437-1606, ext. 126

Surgical Protocol for Possible or Confirmed Ebola Cases

Congratulations to AAS Past President Dr. Melina Kibbe on being named Editor in Chief of JAMA Surgery! 
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The Academic Surgeon is live!

We are pleased to announce the start up of the AAS blog, "The Academic Surgeon." This is your forum to read about and contribute to the discussion of Academic Surgery. Look for updates on  Tuesdays and Thursdays, and your comments on the material presented are welcome and encouraged. If you would like to contribute to the blog, please click here. We are looking for a wide variety of topics including leadership, productivity, changes in academic surgery, innovations in surgery and health care, and more.

The blog can be accessed here

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