SEAD Program 2014 Photos
First year medical students participating in the 2014 SEAD program observe Dr. Dimitrios Tsirigotis, a Cardiac Surgery resident, demonstrating an aortic valve replacement on a pig heart.
Dr. Mark Wheatcroft, Department of Surgery Assistant Professor and Vascular Surgeon at St. Michael's Hospital, teaches a vascular bypass to SEAD participants.
SEAD participants Graeme Hoit and Lebei Pi assess a "patient" as part of the trauma simulation workshop.
Plastic surgeon and Assistant Professor in the Department of Surgery, Dr. Kyle Wanzel shares his expertise on microsuturing techniques as part of the 2014 SEAD program.
A SEAD participant practices a tendon repair during the plastic surgery workshop.
Lebei Pi and Valerie Lemieux replace an aortic valve on a pig heart during the Cardiac Surgery workshop.
Urologist, Dr. Jason Lee talks about the U of T residency program and his career during one of the daily lunch-and-learns.
Neurosurgeon, Dr. Vivek Bodani explains how to perform a laminectomy before demonstrating one at the Li Ka Shing skills centre during the Neurosurgery workshop.
Cardiac Surgeon, Dr. George Christakis observes as two SEAD participants replace an aortic valve on a pig heart.
Neurosurgeon and Chair of the Department of Surgery at U of T, Dr. James Rutka addresses the SEAD participants during the opening ceremony.
SEAD participants during the opening ceremony.
Director of the SEAD program and second year Medical student, Dave Cornell assists with suturing during the Plastic Surgery workshop.
SEAD participants take part in a trauma simulation at the Li Ka Shing skills centre during the General Surgery workshop.
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