AROUND THE WORLD Ayesiga Herman, M.D. Kilimanjaro Christian Medical Center Moshi, Tanzania From the Editor: In this new section of Diseases of the Colon & Rectum, you will be able to read reports of individuals who have received travel scholarships from the International Committee of the American Society of Colon & Rectal Surgeons. We hope that you will find this interesting reading. We have asked our scholarship recipients to list their greatest needs in the hope that some of our readers will be able to help them either by volunteering their time and skill, perhaps by donating supplies, or hosting them on future trips to North America. his is a report from Ayesiga Herman, MD (Fig. 1), a recipient of the 2017 International Travel TScholarship offered by the American Society of Colon & Rectal Surgeons (ASCRS). FIGURE 1. A photograph of Ayesiga Herman, M.D. with at completion of residency. Currently, there is no BACKGROUND, TRAINING, AND CURRENT POSITION colon and rectal surgery specialty as an independent entity. After completing medical school (Fig. 2) and an internship, I worked for 1 year in the general surgical department after which I joined the residency program for 4 years. I was awarded
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Published: Mar 1, 2018
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