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The IU School of Medicine Department of Surgery is committed to the education and development of excellent surgical clinicians, incorporating the skills, knowledge and competencies essential for providing a high standard of care to residents across the state of Indiana and beyond. Faculty educators in the Department of Surgery strive to advance surgical scientists and their research and aim to instill the leadership qualities that will empower graduates to excel in all practice settings.
As part of the largest medical school in the United States, the Department of Surgery at IU School of Medicine consists of six divisions, including general surgery, pediatric surgery, plastic surgery, transplantation surgery, cardiothoracic surgery and peripheral vascular surgery. More than 120 faculty members help mentor 100 residents and fellows each academic year pursuing specialized training.
An international expert on surgical education, Dr. Dunnington’s area of clinical expertise is surgical oncology with a focus in breast and endocrine disease.
Dr. Gallagher graduated in the top three percent of her medical school class at University College Dublin and has trained with prominent surgeons across the globe. Areas of interest include peripherial nerve surgery and reconstructive and aesthetic procedures.
The Department of Surgery at IU School of Medicine develops excellent surgeons across all subspecialties who are equipped with the competencies essential for providing the highest standard of care. Training instills leadership qualities that empower graduates to function exceptionally in any practice setting, thanks to the full support of the teaching faculty, research faculty and education leadership of the department.