Each spring the Society holds a symposium designed to present a comprehensive review of various topics with in depth information on diagnostic, therapeutic, and surgical techniques for practicing general surgeons and other physicians who might be interested.
Some topics in the past have included breast, pancreas, hernias, colorectal, hepatobiliary, trauma, upper GI, laparoscopy, critical care, and oncologic surgery as well as complications in surgery, controversies in surgery, and emerging technologies.
While the conference is set up by the membership, other surgeons and physicians are welcome to attend the symposium.
"Adrenal Incidentaloma: What Every Surgeon Should Know" - Travis McKenzie, M.D.
"Surgical Management of Grave's Disease" - Rebecca Sippel, M.D.
"Pancreatic Neuroendocrine Tumors" - Chandrakanth Are, M.D.
"Rodgers Lecture: Hyperparathyroid Evaluation and Surgical Management" - Gerald Baker, M.D.
"Priestly Lecture: Recurrent Hyperparathyroid Disease" - Rebecca Sippel, M.D.
"What I Want From My Endocrine Surgeon" - Vanitha Singaram, M.D.
"Laparoscopic Adrenalectomy: How I Do It" - Travis McKenzie, M.D.
"Traits of a Good Surgeon" - Chandrakanth Are, M.D.