Episode 48: Dr. Joseph Losee

Dr. Joseph Losee, Professor of Surgery and Pediatrics in the Division of Plastic Surgery at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, is the guest this week. Dr. Kohler spoke with Dr. Losee after he gave a Grand Rounds talk called “The History of Surgical Education in America: Past, Present and Back to the Future.” It’s a remarkable distillation of how we got to where we are. Dr. Kohler and Dr. Losee talk about the informal medical education of Colonial America and medicine’s Wild West days. And they ponder what the future of medical education could look like. To see Dr. Losee's Grand Rounds talk, click here.

Episode 47: Dr. Robert Redfield

Robert Redfield, MD, is an Assistant Professor in the Division of Transplantation in Department of Surgery here at U.W.—Madison, and holds the Endowed Chair, Berkman Family Transplantation Professorship. Dr. Redfield specializes in pancreatic and multi-organ transplants, along with autotransplantation. Dr. Kohler and Dr. Redfield discuss the rare disease, Loin Pain Hematuria and the treatment offered here at the University of Wisconsin. Dr. Redfield gave an illuminating Grand Rounds talk, which can be found here.