American thoracic surgeon Nina Starr Braunwald (1928-1992) led the operative team at the National Institute of Health that implanted the first successful artificial mitral valve replacement on March 11, 1960. She designed the prosthesis, known as the Braunwald-Morrow valve.
This National #Cleft & #CraniofacialAwareness Month, we mourn the recent loss of James T. Goodrich, MD, PhD. He was an outstanding neurosurgeon and an expert in complex #craniofacial anomalies https://bit.ly/3fAC4PU @MontefioreNYC @PedsSection @MountSinaiNeuro
Such an incredible honor to join the @TSRA_official Executive Committee - look forward to contributing to the organization. Ping @STS_CTsurgery @AATSHQ @WomenInThoracic @WomenSurgeons @SCC_CCS @cscs_sccc @ctsnetorg @CTSurgeryFdn @tssmn https://twitter.com/TSRA_official/status/1279887673583374336
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