The mission of the Society of University Surgeons Foundation (SUSF) is to promote academic surgery through the support of surgical science and education. By fostering the activities of the SUSF, enhanced quality and advancements in surgical care will be realized for all
The SUS Junior Faculty Research Award is intended for surgical faculty members in any surgical disciplines to support their research in the basic, clinical/outcomes, or translational surgical sciences.
This annual fellowship will provide qualified recipients the opportunity to travel to an institution for a period of one week for an in-depth experience in surgical science and/or leadership with their location and national leaders.
This Global Surgery Scholar Award provides SUS members involved in AGS with the opportunity to serve as a Visiting Grand Rounds Speaker at hosting U.S. academic institutions.
The Resident Research Scholar Award is sponsored by Karl Storz and is intended for residents in any of the surgical disciplines who are doing research in Digital Technology in the OR or Augmentation (Artificial Intelligence in the OR).
The George P. Yang Award is named in honor of past President, George P. Yang, MD, PhD. The Early Stage Investigator Award is for underrepresented academic surgeons in medicine.
Help Us Make a Difference
By supporting the SUSF, your generous gifts will assure that only the best is good enough – whether you are on the receiving end as a patient or as a surgeon providing patient care. The SUSF wants to look back retrospectively in 20, 30, or 50 years with pride and say, “we maintained our preeminence as the world surgical leaders because we enabled research and provided educational opportunities that kept us in the forefront.”