2020 Acute Circulatory Support Symposium
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Friday, October 16, 2020 - Faculty Lectures
The David Rubenstein Forum | 1201 E. 60th St. | Chicago, IL
Saurday, October 17, 2020 - Hands-on Simulations
Mitchell Hospital Simulation Center | 5841 S. Maryland Ave. | Chicago, IL
Please contact Chris Stoj via e-mail here.
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Assistant Professor of Surgery
Director, ECMO Program
Surgical Director, Lung Transplant
University of Chicago Medicine
Professor of Surgery Emeritus
University of Michigan
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