Internationally Awarded Professor and Mentor, Dr. Paul Greig, Uses New Virtual Reality Module to Teach HPB Surgical Anatomy to Toronto Fellows

Twice a year Fellowship Co-Director, Dr. Paul Greig,  gives a seminar on “Surgical HPB Anatomy” to his  1st year Fellows. Traditionally, his presentation is done using an easel and dry markers. This year, the TVASurg Editor and his team took advantage of their vast library of liver, pancreas and biliary models, to construct a virtual reality module specifically for this seminar. The video has since been compiled into a 7-part lecture available here:...

Applications for the 2018 Toronto HPB Surgical Oncology Fellowship Open December 5

The Fellowship Council has announced that applications for AHPBA-accredited Surgical Fellowships will open December 5, 2016.   All applicants to the Toronto HPB Surgical Oncology Fellowship must register with, and apply through the Fellowship Council to be considered for an interview: https://fellowshipcouncil.org/directory-of-fellowships/match-listings/;   The deadline to apply is February 14, 2017 .   Results of the match will be announced on June 13, 2017.   For further details please visit the TorontoHPBFellowship website:...

International Multicenter Study led by Recent Fellow Graduate, Dr. Gonzalo Sapisochin, Published in AASLD’s HEPATOLOGY

“Liver transplantation for “very early” intrahepatic cholangiocarcinoma: International retrospective study supporting a prospective assessment” was recently published in the AASLD’s official journal, Hepatology. First author, coordinator and recent Toronto Fellow, Dr. Gonzalo Sapisochin, worked on the International Multicenter Study alongside a team of worldwide researchers, including Dr. John Seal, Toronto Fellow alumnus 2014. Study abstract and conclusion are available at the following link:...