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American Association for Thoracic Surgery

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Headquarters  Massachusetts, United States
Similar  American Board of Thoracic, American Heart Association, American Academy of Hospic, AdvaMed, Health Care Complian

The American Association for Thoracic Surgery (AATS) is an international association of cardiothoracic surgeons. It was founded in 1917 by the earliest pioneers in the field of thoracic surgery. Headquartered in Beverly, Massachusetts, it has over 1,200 members from 35 countries. To be considered for membership, a surgeon must have a proven record of distinction within the field and have made meritorious contributions to the knowledge of cardiothoracic disease and its surgical treatment.

The association publishes the Journal of Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery. It fosters the education of young cardiothoracic surgeons by providing scholarships and fellowships, and makes special awards to distinguished members.

Recipients of the association's Scientific Achievement Award include John W. Kirklin (1994), Norman E. Shumway (1998), Michael E. DeBakey (1999), Denton A. Cooley (2000), Alain F. Carpentier (2005), Gerald D Buckberg (2007), and Andrew S. Wechsler (2008).

The association's papers are held at the National Library of Medicine.

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American Association for Thoracic Surgery Wikipedia


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