In This Issue
ASCRS achieves ACCME six-year Accreditation with Commendation for Third time in a row
President's Message: We will meet the challenge
San Antonio Annual Meeting draws record 1,519 physicians from 63 nations
Research Foundation “Meet the Challenge” raises $87,795 in San Antonio

Second COSATS pilot project held Sept. 22-23 at Northwestern University, Chicago

Presidential Address: Outgoing President Dr. Steven Wexner shows how global collaboration enhances patient care
11 Boards, including ABCRS, report publicly whether doctors meet MOC requirements
2012 ASCRS National Media Awards
Awards honor accomplishments, papers, presentations, posters, video
ACS/Brandeis health policy scholarship “valuable and useful experience,” Dr. Neil Hyman reports
Great Comebacks® honors Joanna Burgess, RN, Harriet Pilert, RN
ASCRS Premier Partners
ASCRS Committee Chairs, 2012-13
ASCRS welcomes new Fellows, Members, Candidates
Call for abstracts, 2013 Annual Meeting, Phoenix, Arizona, April 27-May 1
Dr. James Guthrie, Past President of ASCRS Research Foundation, dies at 81
Dr. Patrick Hagihara, survivor of Hiroshima atomic attack, accomplished endoscopist, colorectal surgeon, dies at 79
Executive Council sanctions dual presentations at ASCRS, DDW
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Dr. James Guthrie, Past President of ASCRS Research Foundation, dies at 81

Dr. James GuthrieDr. James F. Guthrie, of Norwalk, CT, who along with Dr. Patrick Mazier, was instrumental in revitalizing the ASCRS Research Foundation, which he led as President from 1992-1995, died June 8, less than four months after the death of his wife, Sandra Durkin Guthrie, an active Research Foundation volunteer.  Dr. Guthrie was 81.

“I remember Dr. Guthrie not only as one of the two individuals who invigorated the Research Foundation but also as the driving force behind the Northeast Society of Colon and Rectal Surgeons,” says the Society’s immediate past president, Dr. Steven D. Wexner, Weston, FL. “He made numerous personal significant contributions to research and education within the ASCRS.  He was a role model of an individual committed to excellence in colorectal surgery.  He was also a role model as a warm, kind, and caring friend.”