For twenty-two years Mike Sarr has graced Surgery as a consummate editor and leader. A Johns Hopkins-trained general surgeon, Mike spent the entirety of his career at the Mayo Clinic, focusing on pancreatic, bariatric, and hernia procedures and gaining the appreciation of his patients for his engaging, friendly demeanor as well as his surgical expertise. For much of that time he was funded by the National Institutes of Health to study the effects of denervation of the small intestine on gut absorption and motility. He significantly advanced our understanding of how denervation of the bowel, as in intestinal transplants, would alter the physiology of the gastrointestinal tract and impact the patient. His work is widely published, and he has served on multiple editorial boards in addition to Surgery, and he has edited several books.
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