Anuj Mahajan, MD
Dr. Anuj Mahajan received his MD degree from the Medical College of Georgia in 2009. His general surgery residency was completed at Baylor University Medical Center in 2014, followed by his vascular surgery fellowship at the University of Southern California in 2016. He has also earned certification in interpreting vascular ultrasound (RVPI).
Prior to joining the faculty at Emory, Dr. Mahajan was a vascular and endovascular surgeon at the North Atlanta Vascular Clinic and Vein Center. At Emory, his primary clinical location will be the vascular surgery service at Emory University Hospital. His clinical interests include endovascular treatment of aortic aneurysms and alternate dialysis access for early cannulation.
Jennifer L. Williams, MD
After receiving her MD degree from the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA in 2011, Dr. Jennifer Williams did her general surgery residency at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center. Upon completion of her colon and rectal surgery fellowship at the Cleveland Clinic Foundation in 2019, she joined the faculty at Emory Surgery.
Among her clinical interests are Crohn's disease, ulcerative colitis, diverticular disease, minimally invasive surgery, anal cancer, and hereditary colon cancer. Her primary clinical location is the colon and rectal surgery service at Emory University Hospital Midtown.
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ACGME Selects Keith Delman for Courage to Teach Award
The Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education has honored Keith Delman, MD, associate chair of faculty and clinical affairs and program director of the general surgery residency program, with the Parker J. Palmer Courage to Teach Award. This award is given to those program directors who find innovative ways to teach residents and provide quality health care while remaining connected to the initial impulse to care for others.
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Martha-Conley Ingram, MD, MPH, has been selected to receive research and mentoring support from the Multidisciplinary Training Program in Child and Adolescent Health at Feinberg School of Medicine, a TL1 award-funded training program of the National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences of the NIH. Under the mentorship of Mehul Raval, MD, she proposes to apply novel industrial engineering and management science methodologies to assessing quality and outcomes for children undergoing surgery.
Current surgical critical care fellow Stuart Hurst, MD, is co-investigator of "Identifying Knowledge Gaps in Tourniquet Application in the State of Georgia: A Multi-Institutional Study in Two Level I Trauma Centers," which has received a trauma research award from the Georgia Trauma Foundation.
Emma Rooney, MD, received the Robert B. Smith, III, MD, Resident Award for her presentation, "Carotid Endarterectomy in Young Patients: A Population Based Study," at the 7th Annual Scientific Sessions of the Georgia Vascular Society.