The following new pre-prints are now online:
LISS Plating of a Distal Femoral Fracture
Michael Weaver, MD
Clinical Instructor, Harvard Medical School Dept. of Orthopedic Surgery, Brigham and Women’s Hospital
Whipple Procedure for Carcinoma of the Pancreas (Part 2)
Martin Goodman, MD
Dept of Surgery, Tufts University School of Medicine
(Part 1 is available here)
These come after the recent pre-prints, which include: Continue reading PREPRINTS RELEASE: LISS Plating, Part 2 of Whipple for Carcinoma
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Since we are entering the very exciting phase of turning from a start-up into a young company, I am finding that I am sifting through more and more resumes (thank you Tech Generation). Here is some feedback on what we are looking for. Continue reading Resume Advice: 3 Do’s and Don’ts
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Mount Sinai Beth Israel Medical Center
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