Surgery Residency Programs
While resident physicians are responsible for patient care, the degree of resident involvement increases throughout each program year. During the chief year, residents reinforce their expertise as they assist in teaching and supervising medical students and junior-level residents.
Surgery Research and Publications
The objective of research is to prepare residents to evaluate literature, which requires a certain amount of discipline, a regular reading schedule and some information that has not been covered in medical school.
Congratulations Dr. Davis!
Brian R. Davis, MD, Associate Professor, Surgery Residency Program Director in the Department of Surgery, Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center has been a part of the Surgery team for 6 years. He is Board Certified in General Surgery.
We are happy to announce that the American Society for Gastrointestinal Endoscopy (ASGE) has designated Dr. Davis as a Fellow. He was selected based on his commitment to the ideals and practice in the field of endoscopy. This is an honorary credential title of FASGE that is very well deserved by Dr. Davis.
Congratulations Brian R. Davis, MD, FASGE
FOR PATIENT CARE
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