SURG 70Q:
Surgical Anatomy of the Hand: From Rodin to Reconstruction
The surgical anatomy of the hand is extremely complex in terms of structure and function. Exploration of the anatomy of the hand in different contexts: its representation in art forms, the historical development of the study of hand anatomy, current operative techniques for reconstruction, advances in tissue engineering, and the future of hand transplantation.
Terms: Win

Units: 2

Grading: Letter or Credit/No Credit
SURG 100B:
Virtual And Real: Clinical Anatomy And Sports Of The Head And Neck
This undergraduate course is designed to teach human anatomy through radiographs, CT scans, MRIs and cadaver material, with the emphasis on the understanding of common clinical conditions and sports injuries of the head and neck. To aid students in developing interpretive skills, additional resources such as virtual interactive scans, the 3D anatomy table and interactive digital applications will be utilized. The course divides the anatomy of the body into four areas; each area will be presented in a twoweek block. In the first week of each block, students will develop an understanding of human anatomy through the identification of relevant structures on prosecutions (cadaver material), and in the second week, students will utilize the knowledge in the interpretation of radiographs, CT scans and MRIs. The anatomy will be taught in relation to common clinical conditions and sports injuries of the head and neck; and, student projects will focus on the understanding of the anatomy and treatment of these conditions and injuries.
Terms: Win

Units: 3

Grading: Letter (ABCD/NP)
SURG 101:
Regional Study of Human Structure
Enrollment limited to seniors and graduate students. Comprises two parts, lecture and lab, both of which are required. Lectures in regional anatomy and dissection of the human cadaver; the anatomy of the trunk and limbs through the dissection process, excluding the head and neck.
Terms: Win

Units: 5

Grading: Letter or Credit/No Credit
SURG 199:
Undergraduate Research
Investigations sponsored by individual faculty members. Prerequisite: consent of instructor.
Terms: Aut, Win, Spr, Sum

Units: 118

Repeatable for credit

Grading: Letter or Credit/No Credit
Instructors: ;
Adams, G. (PI);
Albanese, C. (PI);
Auerbach, P. (PI);
Azagury, D. (PI);
Barrett, B. (PI);
Bertelsen, C. (PI);
Bonham, C. (PI);
Bresler, M. (PI);
Browder, T. (PI);
Bruzoni, M. (PI);
Buncke, G. (PI);
Buntic, R. (PI);
Busque, S. (PI);
Chang, J. (PI);
Chao, S. (PI);
Chase, R. (PI);
Concepcion, W. (PI);
Curtin, C. (PI);
D'Souza, P. (PI);
Dalman, R. (PI);
Dannenberg, B. (PI);
Desai, T. (PI);
Dirbas, F. (PI);
Dulong, M. (PI);
Duriseti, R. (PI);
Dutta, S. (PI);
Eisenberg, D. (PI);
Esquivel, C. (PI);
Fox, P. (PI);
Fuchs, J. (PI);
Gallo, A. (PI);
Garcia Toca, M. (PI);
Gilbert, G. (PI);
Girod, S. (PI);
Gosling, J. (PI);
Greco, R. (PI);
Gregg, D. (PI);
Gurtner, G. (PI);
Harris, E. (PI);
Harter, P. (PI);
Hartman, G. (PI);
Hawn, M. (PI);
Helms, J. (PI);
Hentz, R. (PI);
HernandezBoussard, T. (PI);
Hill, B. (PI);
Jeffrey, S. (PI);
Johannet, P. (PI);
Kahn, D. (PI);
Karanas, Y. (PI);
Khosla, R. (PI);
Kin, C. (PI);
Klein, M. (PI);
Klofas, E. (PI);
Krams, S. (PI);
Krummel, T. (PI);
Lau, J. (PI);
Lee, G. (PI);
Lee, J. (PI);
Leeper, N. (PI);
Longaker, M. (PI);
Lorenz, H. (PI);
Lund, D. (PI);
Maggio, P. (PI);
Mahadevan, S. (PI);
Martinez, O. (PI);
Melcher, M. (PI);
Mell, M. (PI);
Menard, R. (PI);
Milliken, R. (PI);
Morton, J. (PI);
Mueller, C. (PI);
Muguti, G. (PI);
Murphy, K. (PI);
Newberry, J. (PI);
Norris, R. (PI);
Norton, J. (PI);
Oberhelman, H. (PI);
Pearl, R. (PI);
Poultsides, G. (PI);
Powell, D. (PI);
Quinn, J. (PI);
Raphael, E. (PI);
Rhoads, K. (PI);
Rivas, H. (PI);
Ryan, J. (PI);
Salvatierra, O. (PI);
Schendel, S. (PI);
Schreiber, D. (PI);
Shelton, A. (PI);
Sherck, J. (PI);
SmithCoggins, R. (PI);
So, S. (PI);
Sorial, E. (PI);
Spain, D. (PI);
Srivastava, S. (PI);
Staudenmayer, K. (PI);
Sternbach, G. (PI);
Sylvester, K. (PI);
Taleghani, N. (PI);
Trounce, M. (PI);
Visser, B. (PI);
Wall, J. (PI);
Wan, D. (PI);
Wang, N. (PI);
Wapnir, I. (PI);
Weiser, T. (PI);
Weiss, E. (PI);
Welton, M. (PI);
Whitmore, I. (PI);
Williams, S. (PI);
Wren, S. (PI);
Yang, G. (PI);
Yang, S. (PI);
Zanchi, M. (PI);
Zarins, C. (PI);
Zhou, W. (PI)
SURG 202B:
Practical Applications for Qualitative Data Analysis (PEDS 202B)
Second quarter of a twoquarter course provides handson experience summarizing qualitative data and describing findings for dissemination. Final course product will be a draft manuscript for submission with students listed as coauthors. Core topics include: identifying themes and representative quotes, communityengaged dissemination, abstract submission, posters, oral presentations, manuscript writing, and journal selection. Prerequisite: Successful completion of PEDS 202A.
Terms: Win

Units: 3

Grading: Medical Option (MedLtrCR/NC)
SURG 208:
Plastic Surgery Tutorial
Diagnosis, theory, and practice of plastic and reconstructive surgery. Limited to two students per faculty member.
Terms: Aut, Win, Spr, Sum

Units: 2

Grading: Medical School MD Grades
SURG 209:
Plastic Surgery
Students participate in plastic and reconstructive surgery as functioning members of the clinical team. Students are exposed to operative surgery, emergency and trauma care, evaluation of operative candidates in the outpatient setting, and also attend teaching conferences. Limited to four students. Prerequisite: completion of first year or clinical experience.
Terms: Aut, Win, Spr, Sum

Units: 118

Repeatable for credit

Grading: Medical School MD Grades
SURG 214:
Medical Etymology
A survey of medical etymology and terminology that parallels preclinical medical education. Topics focus on Greek and Latin roots and their appearances in the medical lexicon.
Terms: Aut, Win

Units: 1

Grading: Medical Satisfactory/No Credit
SURG 234:
Service Through Surgery: Surgeons with an Impact
Surgeons with an Impact is a weekly seminar course with guest lectures and facilitated workshops with the following objectives: 1) Participants will be able to understand the role of surgeons in addressing health inequities, social justice and poverty 2) Participants will be exposed to the potential of expert surgeons through lectures from diverse professionals 3) Participants will reflect on how addressing inequities can align with their career goals in surgery. Topic covered will include; building diversity in surgery, inequities in pediatric surgery, immigration and surgery, access to colorectal surgery, Medecins Sans Frontieres, surgery and global health, policy advocacy and surgery, LGBTQ advocacy and surgery, inequities and neurosurgery, women in surgery, transplant justice, and race and surgery. Course open to MD and PA students only.
Terms: Win

Units: 1

Repeatable for credit

Grading: Medical Satisfactory/No Credit
SURG 236:
Seminar in Global Surgery and Anesthesia
Providing safe, mutually beneficial, and sustainable surgical services in lowresource settings presents a unique set of considerations. This seminar, formatted as five twohour sessions, will explore the background rationale for the evolving field of Global Surgery and discuss the unique implications surrounding implementation of global surgical programs. Course format will blend didactic presentation, discussionbased journal clubs, and casebased study. Topics covered will include the burden of surgical disease, human and infrastructure capacity building, outcomes, ethics/equity, economics, innovation/technology, volunteerism, training, safety, and research agenda. Instructors will provide mentorship to participants, helping them to formulate feasible research or potential MedScholar project.
Terms: Win

Units: 12

Repeatable for credit

Grading: Medical Satisfactory/No Credit
SURG 241:
Portraiture and Facial Anatomy for Artists (ARTSTUDI 139)
Focus is on the art of portraiture and underlying structures of the face, fundamental anatomical elements such as the skull and muscles of facial expressions, and the intersections between human anatomy and art. Studio sessions incorporate plastic models, dry bones, cadaveric specimens, and live models. Encourages use of proper anatomical terminology for describing structures and their relationships.
Terms: Win

Units: 4

Grading: Medical Option (MedLtrCR/NC)
SURG 254:
Operative Anatomy and Techniques
For preclinical students; provides a background in and integrates knowledge of surgical anatomy and therapy. Surgical or operative anatomy differs from gross anatomy in that the area exposed during surgery may be limited, the dissection may require exposing other seemingly unrelated anatomic structures with unique landmarks, and the procedure may require unusual technical facility. Provides an opportunity for students to understand the goals of representative surgical procedures (translating pathophysiology to surgical decision making to actual incision). Students learn surgical skills and perform the dissection of a number of commonly performed operations in the bioskills laboratory. Emphasizes handson participation in surgical procedures in the laboratory and is taught by attending physicians in general, cardiothoracic, vascular, plastic, head and neck, urologic, and orthopedic surgery.
Terms: Win

Units: 1

Grading: Medical School MD Grades
SURG 257:
Clinical Teaching Seminar Series
The Clinical Teaching Seminar Series (CTSS) is a yearlong program in medical education, designed to introduce clinical educators to fundamental concepts in education. The seminars are highyield, relevant, and interactive, providing practical tips for bedside teaching, curriculum development, and education research. nnThe HONORS CERTIFICATE PROGRAM IN MEDICAL EDUCATION is meant to recognize participants with a dedication to medical education, who regularly attend the seminars and complete a scholarly project. The Honors Program is a multidisciplinary program open to all medical students, residents, fellows, staff, and faculty with an interest in medical education.
Terms: Aut, Win, Spr, Sum

Units: 1

Repeatable for credit

Grading: Medical School MD Grades
SURG 280:
Early Clinical Experience in Surgery
Provides students an opportunity to see patients, and correlate clinical findings with preclinical coursework. Students spend a half day, twice monthly, in a general surgery clinic. Students participate in conferences, shadow peers, and accompany attending physicians. Open to 1st year MD candidates only. 2 quarter commitment required. Prerequisites: Coenrollment in INDE 290.
Terms: Aut, Win, Spr, Sum

Units: 1

Repeatable for credit

Grading: Medical School MD Grades
SURG 296:
Individual Work: Human Anatomy
Carried out under the supervision of one or more members of the staff. Prerequisite: consent of instructor.
Terms: Aut, Win, Spr, Sum

Units: 118

Repeatable for credit

Grading: Medical School MD Grades
SURG 299:
Directed Reading in Surgery
Consists of studies in progress, including cardiovascular and circulatory problems; gastric physiology; hemostatic disorders; homotransplantation; liver disorders; orthopedic pathology; bone growth; radiation injury; immunology, bacteriology, pathology, and physiology of the eye; physiological optics; comparative ophthalmology; neurophysiology of hearing; spatial orientation and disorientation; nasal function; and psychophysics of sensation. Prerequisite: consent of instructor.
Terms: Aut, Win, Spr, Sum

Units: 118

Repeatable for credit

Grading: Medical School MD Grades
Instructors: ;
Adams, G. (PI);
Albanese, C. (PI);
Auerbach, P. (PI);
Azagury, D. (PI);
Barrett, B. (PI);
Bertelsen, C. (PI);
Bonham, C. (PI);
Bresler, M. (PI);
Browder, T. (PI);
Bruzoni, M. (PI);
Buncke, G. (PI);
Buntic, R. (PI);
Busque, S. (PI);
Chang, J. (PI);
Chao, S. (PI);
Chase, R. (PI);
Concepcion, W. (PI);
Curtin, C. (PI);
D'Souza, P. (PI);
Dalman, R. (PI);
Dannenberg, B. (PI);
Desai, T. (PI);
Dirbas, F. (PI);
Dulong, M. (PI);
Duriseti, R. (PI);
Dutta, S. (PI);
Eisenberg, D. (PI);
Esquivel, C. (PI);
Fox, P. (PI);
Fuchs, J. (PI);
Gallo, A. (PI);
Garcia Toca, M. (PI);
Gilbert, G. (PI);
Girod, S. (PI);
Gosling, J. (PI);
Greco, R. (PI);
Gregg, D. (PI);
Gurtner, G. (PI);
Harris, E. (PI);
Harter, P. (PI);
Hartman, G. (PI);
Hawn, M. (PI);
Helms, J. (PI);
Hentz, R. (PI);
HernandezBoussard, T. (PI);
Hill, B. (PI);
Jeffrey, S. (PI);
Johannet, P. (PI);
Kahn, D. (PI);
Karanas, Y. (PI);
Khosla, R. (PI);
Kin, C. (PI);
Klein, M. (PI);
Klofas, E. (PI);
Krams, S. (PI);
Krummel, T. (PI);
Lau, J. (PI);
Lee, G. (PI);
Lee, J. (PI);
Leeper, N. (PI);
Longaker, M. (PI);
Lorenz, H. (PI);
Lund, D. (PI);
Maggio, P. (PI);
Mahadevan, S. (PI);
Martinez, O. (PI);
Melcher, M. (PI);
Mell, M. (PI);
Menard, R. (PI);
Milliken, R. (PI);
Morton, J. (PI);
Mueller, C. (PI);
Muguti, G. (PI);
Murphy, K. (PI);
Norris, R. (PI);
Norton, J. (PI);
Oberhelman, H. (PI);
Pearl, R. (PI);
Poultsides, G. (PI);
Powell, D. (PI);
Quinn, J. (PI);
Raphael, E. (PI);
Rhoads, K. (PI);
Rivas, H. (PI);
Ryan, J. (PI);
Salvatierra, O. (PI);
Schendel, S. (PI);
Schreiber, D. (PI);
Shelton, A. (PI);
Sherck, J. (PI);
SmithCoggins, R. (PI);
So, S. (PI);
Sorial, E. (PI);
Spain, D. (PI);
Srivastava, S. (PI);
Staudenmayer, K. (PI);
Sternbach, G. (PI);
Sylvester, K. (PI);
Taleghani, N. (PI);
Trounce, M. (PI);
Visser, B. (PI);
Wall, J. (PI);
Wan, D. (PI);
Wang, N. (PI);
Wapnir, I. (PI);
Weiser, T. (PI);
Weiss, E. (PI);
Welton, M. (PI);
Whitmore, I. (PI);
Williams, S. (PI);
Wren, S. (PI);
Yang, G. (PI);
Zanchi, M. (PI);
Zarins, C. (PI);
Zhou, W. (PI)
SURG 370:
Medical Scholars Research
Provides an opportunity for student and faculty interaction, as well as academic credit and financial support, to medical students who undertake original research. Enrollment is limited to students with approved projects.
Terms: Aut, Win, Spr, Sum

Units: 418

Repeatable for credit

Grading: Medical School MD Grades
Instructors: ;
Adams, G. (PI);
Albanese, C. (PI);
Auerbach, P. (PI);
Azagury, D. (PI);
Barrett, B. (PI);
Bertelsen, C. (PI);
Bonham, C. (PI);
Bresler, M. (PI);
Browder, T. (PI);
Bruzoni, M. (PI);
Buncke, G. (PI);
Buntic, R. (PI);
Busque, S. (PI);
Chang, J. (PI);
Chao, S. (PI);
Chase, R. (PI);
Cheng, C. (PI);
Concepcion, W. (PI);
Curtin, C. (PI);
D'Souza, P. (PI);
Dalman, R. (PI);
Dannenberg, B. (PI);
Desai, T. (PI);
Dirbas, F. (PI);
Dulong, M. (PI);
Duriseti, R. (PI);
Dutta, S. (PI);
Eisenberg, D. (PI);
Esquivel, C. (PI);
Fox, P. (PI);
Fuchs, J. (PI);
Gallo, A. (PI);
Garcia Toca, M. (PI);
Gilbert, G. (PI);
Girod, S. (PI);
Gosling, J. (PI);
Greco, R. (PI);
Gregg, D. (PI);
Gurtner, G. (PI);
Harris, E. (PI);
Harter, P. (PI);
Hartman, G. (PI);
Hawn, M. (PI);
Helms, J. (PI);
Hentz, R. (PI);
HernandezBoussard, T. (PI);
Hill, B. (PI);
Jeffrey, S. (PI);
Johannet, P. (PI);
Kahn, D. (PI);
Karanas, Y. (PI);
Khan, A. (PI);
Khosla, R. (PI);
Kin, C. (PI);
Klein, M. (PI);
Klofas, E. (PI);
Krams, S. (PI);
Krummel, T. (PI);
Lau, J. (PI);
Lee, G. (PI);
Lee, J. (PI);
Leeper, N. (PI);
Lin, D. (PI);
Lobo, V. (PI);
Longaker, M. (PI);
Lorenz, H. (PI);
Lund, D. (PI);
Maggio, P. (PI);
Mahadevan, S. (PI);
Martinez, O. (PI);
Melcher, M. (PI);
Mell, M. (PI);
Menard, R. (PI);
Milliken, R. (PI);
Morris, A. (PI);
Morton, J. (PI);
Mueller, C. (PI);
Muguti, G. (PI);
Murphy, K. (PI);
Norris, R. (PI);
Norton, J. (PI);
Oberhelman, H. (PI);
Pearl, R. (PI);
Poultsides, G. (PI);
Powell, D. (PI);
Quinn, J. (PI);
Raphael, E. (PI);
Rhoads, K. (PI);
Rivas, H. (PI);
Ryan, J. (PI);
Salvatierra, O. (PI);
Schendel, S. (PI);
Schreiber, D. (PI);
Shelton, A. (PI);
Sherck, J. (PI);
SmithCoggins, R. (PI);
So, S. (PI);
Sorial, E. (PI);
Spain, D. (PI);
Srivastava, S. (PI);
Staudenmayer, K. (PI);
Sternbach, G. (PI);
Sylvester, K. (PI);
Taleghani, N. (PI);
Thomas, R. (PI);
Trounce, M. (PI);
Visser, B. (PI);
Wall, J. (PI);
Wan, D. (PI);
Wang, N. (PI);
Wapnir, I. (PI);
Weiser, T. (PI);
Weiss, E. (PI);
Welton, M. (PI);
Whitmore, I. (PI);
Williams, S. (PI);
Wren, S. (PI);
Yang, G. (PI);
Yang, S. (PI);
Zanchi, M. (PI);
Zarins, C. (PI);
Zhou, W. (PI);
Krummel, T. (SI)
SURG 399:
Graduate Research
Students undertake investigations sponsored by individual faculty members.
Terms: Aut, Win, Spr, Sum

Units: 118

Repeatable for credit

Grading: Medical School MD Grades
Instructors: ;
Adams, G. (PI);
Albanese, C. (PI);
Auerbach, P. (PI);
Azagury, D. (PI);
Barrett, B. (PI);
Bertelsen, C. (PI);
Bonham, C. (PI);
Bresler, M. (PI);
Browder, T. (PI);
Bruzoni, M. (PI);
Buncke, G. (PI);
Buntic, R. (PI);
Busque, S. (PI);
Chang, J. (PI);
Chao, S. (PI);
Chase, R. (PI);
Concepcion, W. (PI);
Curtin, C. (PI);
D'Souza, P. (PI);
Dalman, R. (PI);
Dannenberg, B. (PI);
Desai, T. (PI);
Dirbas, F. (PI);
Dulong, M. (PI);
Duriseti, R. (PI);
Dutta, S. (PI);
Eisenberg, D. (PI);
Esquivel, C. (PI);
Fann, J. (PI);
Fox, P. (PI);
Fuchs, J. (PI);
Gallo, A. (PI);
Garcia Toca, M. (PI);
Gilbert, G. (PI);
Girod, S. (PI);
Gosling, J. (PI);
Greco, R. (PI);
Gregg, D. (PI);
Gurtner, G. (PI);
Harris, E. (PI);
Harter, P. (PI);
Hartman, G. (PI);
Hawn, M. (PI);
Helms, J. (PI);
Hentz, R. (PI);
HernandezBoussard, T. (PI);
Hill, B. (PI);
Jeffrey, S. (PI);
Johannet, P. (PI);
Kahn, D. (PI);
Karanas, Y. (PI);
Khosla, R. (PI);
Kin, C. (PI);
Klein, M. (PI);
Klofas, E. (PI);
Krams, S. (PI);
Krummel, T. (PI);
Lau, J. (PI);
Lee, G. (PI);
Lee, J. (PI);
Leeper, N. (PI);
Longaker, M. (PI);
Lorenz, H. (PI);
Lund, D. (PI);
Maggio, P. (PI);
Mahadevan, S. (PI);
Martinez, O. (PI);
Melcher, M. (PI);
Mell, M. (PI);
Menard, R. (PI);
Milliken, R. (PI);
Morris, A. (PI);
Morton, J. (PI);
Mueller, C. (PI);
Muguti, G. (PI);
Murphy, K. (PI);
Norris, R. (PI);
Norton, J. (PI);
Oberhelman, H. (PI);
Pearl, R. (PI);
Poultsides, G. (PI);
Powell, D. (PI);
Quinn, J. (PI);
Raphael, E. (PI);
Rhoads, K. (PI);
Rivas, H. (PI);
Ryan, J. (PI);
Salvatierra, O. (PI);
Schendel, S. (PI);
Schreiber, D. (PI);
Shelton, A. (PI);
Sherck, J. (PI);
SmithCoggins, R. (PI);
So, S. (PI);
Sorial, E. (PI);
Spain, D. (PI);
Srivastava, S. (PI);
Staudenmayer, K. (PI);
Sternbach, G. (PI);
Sylvester, K. (PI);
Taleghani, N. (PI);
Trounce, M. (PI);
Visser, B. (PI);
Wall, J. (PI);
Wan, D. (PI);
Wang, N. (PI);
Wapnir, I. (PI);
Weiser, T. (PI);
Weiss, E. (PI);
Welton, M. (PI);
Whitmore, I. (PI);
Williams, S. (PI);
Wren, S. (PI);
Yang, G. (PI);
Zanchi, M. (PI);
Zarins, C. (PI);
Zhou, W. (PI)