Fall 2016  

Members in the News

2016 ASCRS Annual Meeting Featured SpeakersThe ASCRS congratulates the following members who were recently honored in news articles:

George Chang, MD, was featured in a Fox News article titled “Cancer Surgeons Hesitant to Tell Patients the Odds of a Cure.”

Emre Gorgun, MD, was featured in a syndicated column published by the Idaho Statesman titled “Good News About ‘Difficult’ Colon Polyps.”

Elsa Goulding, MD, talked about incontinence issues in the article “To Your Health: Options can reduce incontinence,” which was published in the Dover Post from Dover, DE.

Eric Haas, MD, talks about alternatives to opioids in the Houston Chronicle article, “Breakthrough in Pain Relief Makes Surgery Opioid Free.”

Charles Hughes, MD, was featured in an article published in the Times Leader called “Dr. Charles Hughes joins Delta Medix in Scranton.” The Times Leader is published near Scranton, PA.

Matthew Kalady, MD, was featured in a Cleveland-based Fox News segment in which he took a news team through a giant inflatable colon to highlight the importance of education and regular colonoscopies.

John Marks, MD, discussed the importance of patience seeking a colorectal surgeon for rectal surgery in the article “Everything You Wanted to Know About Recovering from Colorectal Surgery,” which was published by U.S. News & World Report.

Roberta Muldoon, MD, was featured in the Shape magazine article, “8 Reasons You Have an Itchy Butt,” which deals with the causes of and treatment for pruritis ani.

Ian Paquett, MD, was quoted in an article titled “Lack of Standard Practice Mars Colonic Tattooing,” which was published in Gastroenterology & Endoscopy News.

Feza Remzi, MD, was featured in a Yahoo News article titled “Internationally Renowned Colorectal Surgeon Named Director of Inflammatory Bowel Disease Center at NYU Langone Medical Center.” The article focuses on Dr. Remzi’s recent appointment.

Have you recently received a promotion? Have you or one of your colleagues been quoted in a news article? ASCRS would like to know so that we can feature you in the next edition of the ASCRS Newsletter. Please submit all entries to media@fascrs.org.

 
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