AMERICAN COLLEGE OF SURGEONS - North Texas Chapter
Established in 1952 for the Fellows of the North Texas Chapter of the American College of Surgeons
Welcome to the web site for the North Texas Chapter of the American College of Surgeons (NTACS). There are 100 chapters of the American College of Surgeons (ACS) across the world.
- The NTACS provides a vehicle from which local Fellows, Associate Fellows, Residents and medical students may more closely interact with the College to carry out the Mission of improving the care of the surgical patient.
- The NTACS chapter reaches out across surgical specialties for improved communication between disciplines.
- The NTACS promotes cooperation with civic groups, third party payers and state government agencies.
- The NTACS Fellows support College activities through its association with:
• The Committee on Trauma
• The Commission on Cancer
The annual meeting of the NTACS not only allows residents to present their data alongside nationally recognized experts, but also provides essential CME credits for practicing surgeons. Your involvement with the NTACS chapter brings you closer to the College. Your support of the chapter helps the NTACS carry out its mission.
CALL FOR ABSTRACTS NOW OPEN!
Online Abstract Submission Deadline: Friday, November 7, 2014 11:59pm CST
Submit your abstract online now
The Program Committee of the North Texas Chapter of the American College of Surgeons invites you to submit your original research for the 2015 Annual Meeting. You are invited to submit an abstract on the clinical or laboratory research project of your choice. Case series and interesting case presentations are also considered, and presentation at this Chapter meeting does not preclude you from subsequently presenting the work at regional or national conferences.
Abstracts must conform to the instructions below. Accepted abstracts will be published in the Final Program. All presenters will be required to register for the meeting.*
ATTENTION RESIDENTS! A cash prize will be awarded for the best paper submitted and presented by a resident. Separate prizes are also awarded in the Trauma and Surgical Oncology categories. If the paper is to be considered for a Residents' Research Award, this must be indicated on the Abstract Form below. Fellows and medical students may also be considered for these awards.
The Program Committee looks forward to receiving your abstract by Friday, November 7, 2014. No late submissions will be accepted. Senior authors and presenters will be notified regarding the acceptance of their abstract via e-mail by mid-December.
Jeffrey Lamont, MD
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North Texas Chapter of ACS
137 Horizon Hill
Newnan, GA 30265
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