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2024 STS Annual Meeting Interviews

April 16, 2024
CTSNet Global Editor Emily Farkas spoke with Professor Rawn Salenger about his strategy for achieving a low perfusion rate when performing CABG surgery.
April 10, 2024
EIC Joel Dunning spoke with Prof. Olugbenga Okusanya about his work establishing a program specifically for treating chest wall surgery, including pectus abnormalities, slipping rib syndrome, and thoracic outlet syndrome.
April 3, 2024
EIC Joel Dunning spoke with Prof. Raja Flores about how he juggles the influx of new lung cancer surgical trials and their varying recommendations.
March 29, 2024
EIC Joel Dunning spoke with Prof. Alan Sihoe on innovations in minimally invasive segmentectomy and changing global views on the procedure.
March 27, 2024
CTSNet Global Editor Emily Farkas and Dr. Ikenna Okereke discussed a successful program supporting high school students who are interested in CT surgery as a way to disrupt disparities and encourage diversity in the field.
March 22, 2024
Watch EIC Joel Dunning talk about the advantages of SAVR over TAVR and the data supporting the procedure in the right patients with Prof. Leonard N. Girardi.
March 20, 2024
Watch EIC Joel Dunning talk with Prof. Amy Fiedler about her career as a successful cardiac transplant surgeon. Prof. Fiedler also gives advice on how to make the most of your early career.
March 15, 2024
Dr. Mara Antonoff discusses the benefits of remote monitoring for cardiac surgery patients, including decreased emergency room visits and increased quality of life, with Prof. Kevin Lobdell.
March 13, 2024
Watch Prof. Shanda Blackmon discuss her new book on lessons from patient support groups, including the importance of these groups for both patients and surgeons.
March 8, 2024
Watch CTSNet EIC Dr. Joel Dunning discuss new procedures to treat coronary pathologies and the importance of minimally invasive techniques with Prof. Marc Ruel.