Yale Surgical Society
Mission “To Sustain the Best in Surgical Science Practice and Service”
The Yale Surgical Society is founded with pride to serve the tradition of surgery at Yale which has seen successive generations of surgeons grow to clinical maturity, excellence, and service. The tradition is remembered in order to preserve the camaraderie, the sacrifice and the ambition of trainees, faculty and staff. The tradition is further served by stewardship to subsequent generations who are challenged to attain and sustain the best in surgical science, practice and service. The Yale Surgical Society will candidly and constructively advise and support the contemporary lest the past be recalled poorly and the future be deprived of its lessons and inspiration. The Yale Surgical Society will also apply knowledge gained in our profession after training to inform the Yale surgical programs of the insight gained and to sponsor our successors in their efforts after training.
Proposed Slate of Officers
President, Walter E. Longo, M.D.
Vice-President, Tobias Carling, M.D., PhD
Treasurer, Jeffrey Indes, M.D.
Secretary, Vikram Reddy, M.D.
Chief, Robert Udelsman, M.D., MBA
Associate Chief, Thomas Sweeney, M.D.
Past President, Melissa Perkal, M.D.
YSM Fac. Adv., John Fenn, M.D.
Archivist, Michael O'Brien, M.D.
Founder, Andrew Graham, M.D.
Stephen Ariyan, M.D.Exec. Secretary - Ania Shea
Kimberly Davis, M.D.
Hulda Einarsdottir, M.D.
Anthony Kim, M.D.
James Passarelli, M.D.
Robert Schlessel, M.D.