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Fostering a culture of innovation in academic surgery

      Dr McCarthy is a fellow in cardiothoracic surgery at the University of Washington. During his general surgery training at Northwestern University, he completed a research fellowship in surgical innovation and obtained masters’ degrees with a focus on health enterprise management, entrepreneurship, and innovation.
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