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SSO supports research through two research awards that are offered to members. The SSO Clinical Investigator Award supports patient-oriented research conducted by surgical oncologists in clinical and translational science. The SSO Young Investigator Award in Surgical Oncology promotes and recognizes translational or clinical research that advances innovative ideas and concepts designed to improve health outcomes through advances in the delivery of cancer-related care.

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In this episode, Sandra L. Wong, MD, MS, FSSO, speaks with Ryan Fields, MD, recipient of the 2014 SSO Clinical Investigator Award, about the impact the award had in helping him to achieve his future career goals. 

In this episode, Sandra Wong, MD, speaks with Tari King, MD, about the opportunities that stemmed from receiving the 2009 SSO Clinical Investigator Award. Dr. King shares her perspective on how to advance research and leadership career goals.

In this episode, Sandra Wong, MD, speaks with Ronald DeMatteo, MD, about the SSO Research and Education Fund’s “Honor Your Mentor” campaign. Dr. DeMatteo talks about his mentors, Leslie Blumgart, MD, and Murray Brennan, MD.

In this episode, Sandra Wong, MD, speaks with Ronald DeMatteo, MD, about the opportunities that stemmed from receiving the 2008 SSO Clinical Investigator Award. Dr. DeMatteo shares his perspective on how the CIA award came at a critical time and helped to facilitate publication of the research.

The Society of Surgical Oncology (SSO) leadership evaluates external organization’s endorsement opportunities to determine whether the document addresses a gap in surgical oncology, fosters quality care in surgical oncology and is a topic of interest to the SSO membership. An organization’s request must meet several criteria and the review process make take up to three months. For additional information and to complete an Endorsement Request Form please click here.

Click here for the “Five Things Physicians and Patients Should Question” a resource from SSO and the ABIM Foundation. 

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