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1. Management of Perioperative Complications to Improve Outcomes Eighth International Symposium on Redo Cardiac Surgery in Adults Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania June, 2010
2. Robot Assisted Aortic Valve Replacement Using a Novel Sutureless Bovine Pericardial Prosthesis - Proof of Concept as an Alternative to Percutaneous Implantation International Society for Minimally Invasive Cardiothoracic SurgeryBerlin, Germany June, 2010
3. Coronary artery disease (case discussion) controversies in Cardiovascular Disease St. Paul, Minnesota May, 2010
4. Valve diseases (case discussion controversies in Cardiovascular Disease St. Paul, Minnesota May, 2010
5. Robotic Options: Who is a Candidate? What are the Results? What is the Future? controversies in Cardiovascular Disease St. Paul, Minnesota May, 2010
6. New Advances in Cardiac Surgery in 2010 Wyoming Cardiopulmonary Services Casper, Wyoming April, 2010
7. Minimally Invasive Approaches: Robotic Sorin Heart of Evolution Victoria, British Columbia, Canada February, 2010
8. Wet Lab: Robotic Mitral Valve Repair Using the da Vinci Si HD Sorin Heart of Evolution Victoria, British Columbia, Canada February, 2010
9. Mitral: Degenerative Session Sorin Heart of Evolution Victoria, British Columbia, Canada February, 2010
10. Destination LVAD Therapy - Current Status, Who is a Candidate? Cardiology at Cancun: Advances in Clinical Cardiology and Multi-Modality Imaging Cancun, Mexico February, 2010
11. Mitral Valve Surgery: Repair or Replacement, Current Trends Cardiology at Cancun: Advances in Clinical Cardiology and Multi-Modality Imaging Cancun, Mexico February, 2010
12. Coronary Artery Bypass Surgery - What is State-of-the-Art? Cardiology at Cancun: Advances in Clinical Cardiology and Multi-Modality Imaging Cancun, Mexico February, 2010
13. Aortic Valve Repair versus Replacement Cardiology at Cancun: Advances in Clinical Cardiology and Multi-Modality Imaging Cancun, Mexico February, 2010
14. Heart Failure and Cardiomyopathy Cardiology at Cancun: Advances in Clinical Cardiology and Multi-Modality Imaging Cancun, Mexico February, 2010
15. Coronary Artery Disease - IV Cardiology at Cancun: Advances in Clinical Cardiology and Multi-Modality Imaging Cancun, Mexico February, 2010
16. Valvular Heart Disease - II Cardiology at Cancun: Advances in Clinical Cardiology and Multi-Modality Imaging Cancun, Mexico February, 2010
17. Valvular Heart Disease - I Cardiology at Cancun: Advances in Clinical Cardiology and Multi-Modality Imaging Cancun, Mexico February, 2010
18. Special cases with variations in treatment for: aortic, mitral, tricuspid and pulmonic valve replacement/repair, off-pump and robotic cases Recognition, management and prevention of crisis situations Department of Surgery NP/PA Group Rochester, Minnesota February, 2010
19. Aortic Valve Repair vs. Replacement & Management of Ascending Aorta Echocardiographic Symposium at Vail, New Technologies, Live Scanning, and Clinical Decision Making Vail, Colorado January, 2010
20. Mitral Valve Surgery 2010 Including Robotic Approach Echocardiographic Symposium at Vail, New Technologies, Live Scanning, and Clinical Decision Making Vail, Colorado January, 2010
21. Minimally invasive and robotic cardiac surgery Samsung-Mayo Cardiovascular Symposium 2009 Seoul, South Korea December, 2009
22. Indication and technique of mitral and tricuspid surgery Samsung-Mayo Cardiovascular Symposium 2009 Seoul, South Korea December, 2009
23. Diastolic dysfunction is a major profibrillatory substrate for the initiation of new-onset atrial fibrillation following cardiac surgery American Heart Association Scientific Sessions 2009 Orlando, Florida November, 2009
24. Robotic-assisted cardiac surgery for heart valve disease and atrial fibrillation Live Your Best - An Evening with Mayo Clinic Edina, Minnesota November, 2009
25. Elevated left ventricular end diastolic pressure predicts new-onset atrial fibrillation following cardiac surgery: a community-based study American Heart Association Scientific Sessions 2009 Orlando, Florida November, 2009
26. New-onset postoperative atrial fibrillation is an early predictive marker of late AF and long-term mortality following cardiac surgery: a comprehensive population-based stud American Heart Association Scientific Sessions 2009 Orlando, Florida November, 2009
27. The Look and Feel of Minimally Invasive and Robotic Surgery in 2009 Great Innovations in Cardiology; 5th Joint Meeting with Mayo Clinic Turin, Italy October, 2009
28. Indications, Techniques and Outcomes of Mitral and Tricuspid Valve Repair in the Current Era Great Innovations in Cardiology; 5th Joint Meeting with Mayo Clinic Turin, Italy October, 2009
29. How Do We Get From "Conventional" to "Port" Surgery Ninth OLV College Edition on "the team" approach Alast, Belgium June, 2009
30. The Look and Feel of Minimally Invasive Cardiac Surgery in 2009 Mercy Medical Center Sioux City, Iowa May, 2009
31. Valvular Heart Disease: Case Discussion Controversies in Cardiovascular Disease St. Paul, Minnesota May, 2009
32. The Look and Feel of Minimally Invasive Robotic Cardiac Surgery in 2009 Midwest Heart - 4th Annual Advanced Cardiology for Primary Care Physicians: Emerging CV Therapies Across the Cardiovascular Spectrum Chicago, Illinois May, 2009
33. Minimally Invasive Valve Surgery Echo Fiesta: An In-Depth Review of Adult Echocardiography for Sonographers and Physicians San Antonio, Texas May, 2009
34. Mitral & Tricuspid Valve Repair Echo Fiesta: An In-Depth Review of Adult Echocardiography for Sonographers and Physicians San Antonio, Texas May, 2009
35. The Changing Surgical Landscape: Robotic Valve Surgery Controversies in Cardiovascular Disease St. Paul, Minnesota May, 2009
36. Minimally Invasive Valve Surgery at Mayo Clinic Allen Health System Waterloo, Iowa April, 2009
37. New Techniques for Minimally Invasive Cardiac Surgery 16th Annual Heart Disease and Stroke Conference: Getting to the Heart of the Matter Rochester, Minnesota April, 2009
38. Current surgical management of ischemic and degenerative mitral valve diseases Bach Mai Hospital, Vietnam Heart Institute, St. Anthony's Hospital, Mayo Clinic, University of Colorado School of Medicine Cardiovascular Conference Hanoi, Vietnam April, 2009
39. Cardiac Pathology: Proteomic Profiling of the Normal Human Mitral Valve Experimental Biology 2009 New Orleans, Louisiana April, 2009
40. Techniques and Outcomes in Mitral Valve Repair in 2009 Caracas Cardiovascular Conference Caracas, Venezuela March, 2009
41. Minimally Invasive/Robotic Mitral Valve Surgery in 2009 Caracas Cardiovascular Conference Caracas, Venezuela March, 2009
42. Minimally Invasive Surgery for Atrial Fibrillation: Is It Prime Time Yet? 16th Annual Mayo Clinic Arrhythmia & the Heart Oahu, Hawaii February, 2009
43. The Look and Feel of Robotic & Minimally Invasive Surgery in 2009 International Conference of Cardiology and Cardiac Surgery Vina del Mar, Chile January, 2009
44. Thoracoscopic versus Open Mitral Valve Repair: A Propensity Score Anlysis of Early Outcomes Society of Thoracic Surgeons 45th Annual Meeting San Francisco, California January, 2009
45. Left Ventricular Mass Regression Following Porcine versus Bovin Aortic Valve Replacement: A Randomized Comparison Society of Thoracic Surgeons 45th Annual Meeting San Francisco, California January, 2009
46. Is the Anterior Intertrigonal Distance Increased in Patients with Mitral Valve Regurgitation Due to Leaflet Prolapse? Society of Thoracic Surgeons 45th Annual Meeting San Francisco, California January, 2009
47. Minimally Invasive Aortic and Mitral Valve Surgery in 2009--Thoracoscopic, Robotic and Transapical Appoaches The Second Annual Bakken Surgical Symposium-Cardiac Valves: Past, Present and Future Minneapolis, Minnesota December, 2008
48. Minimally Invasive Valve Surgery at Mayo Clinic United Hospital/Altru Clinic Grand Forks, North Dakota November, 2008
49. Minimally Invasive Valve Surgery at Mayo Clinic Immanuel Saint Joseph's Mankato, Minnesota November, 2008
50. Special Case Presentation in Stable CAD Coronary Artery Diease: Prevention, Detection & Treatment Las Vegas, Nevada October, 2008
51. Minimally Invasive Valve Surgery at Mayo Clinic Midwest Heart Lyle, Illinois October, 2008
52. Minimally Invasive Valve Surgery at Mayo Clinic Yankton Medical Center Yankton, South Dakota October, 2008
53. New Surgical Approaches to CAD: Total Arterial, Off-Pump, Minimally Invasive & Robotics Coronary Artery Disease: Prevention, Detection & Treatment Las Vegas, Nevada October, 2008
54. Special Case Presentation in Stable CAD: The Surgical Perspective Coronary Artery Disease: Prevention, Detection & Treatment Las Vegas, Nevada October, 2008
55. Robotic vs. Thoracoscopic Mitral Valve Surgery Premier OLV College on Endoscopic & Transcatheter Valve Interventions Aalst, Belgium June, 2008
56. Panel Discussion Controversies in Cardiovascular Disease Saint Paul, Minnesota May, 2008
57. Minimally Invasive Mitral Valve Repair Valvular Heart Disease: New Strategies Las Vegas, Nevada May, 2008
58. AR Marfan: Case Study Valvular Heart Disease: New Strategies Las Vegas, Nevada May, 2008
59. Panel Discussion Valvular Heart Disease: New Strategies Las Vegas, Nevada May, 2008
60. An Ounce of Prevention: The Importance of Early Mitral Valve Repair for Long-Term Normalization of Left Ventricular Function Controversies in Cardiovascular Disease Saint Paul, Minnesota May, 2008
61. Repair of Myxomatous Mitral Valve Disease: Techniques and Outcomes Valvular Heart Disease: New Strategies Las Vegas, Nevada May, 2008
62. Minimally Invasive Valve Surgery at Mayo Clinic Franciscan Skemp - Mayo Health System LaCrosse, Wisconsin May, 2008
63. How Do I Do A Valve Repair, How Do You Learn It Valvular Heart Disease: New Strategies Las Vegas, Nevada May, 2008
64. Mitral and Tricuspid Valve Repair Echo Fiesta: An In-Depth Review of Adult Echocardiography for Sonographers and Physicians San Antonio, Texas April, 2008
65. Minimally Invasive Valve Surgery Echo Fiesta: An In-Depth Review of Adult Echocardiography for Sonographers and Physicians San Antonio, Texas April, 2008
66. Chronic CAD: Current Perspectives - Surgery Is Still the Best Option The Cardiovascular Patient: From Bench to Bedside Zurich, Switzerland February, 2008
67. Surgery for Patients with Heart Failure and Left-Sided Valvular Disease success With Failure: New Strategies for the Evaluation and Treatment of Congestive Heart Failure Whistler, British Columbia, Canada January, 2008
68. What the Non Surgeon Needs to Know About Surgical Decision Making success With Failure: New Strategies for the Evaluation and Treatment of Congestive Heart Failure Whistler, British Columbia, Canada January, 2008
69. New Techniques for Minimally Invasive Cardiac Surgery, Especially Valve Surgery Mercy Medical Center Cedar Rapids, Iowa January, 2008
70. Minimally Invasive Mitral Valve Repair Catheterization Laboratory Technicians Rochester, Minnesota December, 2007
71. An Update on Aortic and Mitral Valve Surgery in the Current Era Internal Medicine Review for Nurse Practitioners, Physician Assistants, and Primary Care Physicians Rochester, Minnesota December, 2007
72. An Update on Aortic and Mitral Valve Surgery in the Current Era Clinical Applications & Beyond: Cardiovascular Disease New York, New York December, 2007
73. Minimally Invasive Mitral Valve Repair Advanced Cardiovascular Surgery Specialty Day Rochester. Minnesota December, 2007
74. Aortic and Mitral Valve Surgery in the Current Era 12th Annual Mayo Cardiovascular Review Course for Cardiology Boards and Recertification Rochester, Minnesota November, 2007
75. Update on Trends in Aortic Valve and Mitral Valve Surgery in the Current Era University of Oxford Oxford, United Kingdom November, 2007
76. Primary and Reoperative Mitral Valve Surgery in the Current Era Advanced Cardiology for Primary Care Physicians: New Innovations That Benefit Our Patients Chicago, Illinois May, 2007
77. Primary and Reoperative Mitral Valve Surgery in the Current Era Getting to the Heart of the Matter Fourteenth Annual Heart Disease and Stroke Conference Rochester, Minnesota April, 2007
78. Management of Asymptomatic Aortic Valve Stenosis in the Elderly American College of Cardiology, 56th Annual Scientific Session New Orleans, Louisiana March, 2007
79. Current Trends in Aortic Root Replacement and Mitral Valve Repair California Pacific Medical Center San Francisco, California January, 2007
80. The New Biology and Novel Therapeutics: From Bench to Bedside American Heart Association, Scientific Sessions 2006 Chicago, Illinois November, 2006
81. Primary and reoperative mitral valve surgery in the current era. Suri RM Seventeenth Annual John W. Kirklin Visiting Professor. October 2006. October, 2006
82. Primary and Reoperative Mitral Valve Surgery in the Current Era Seventeenth Annual John W. Kirklin Visiting Professor Clinical Case Discussions and Research Presentations Rochester, Minnesota October, 2006
83. Mitral Valve Disease Mary Brigh 5C/F Team Day Rochester, Minnesota October, 2006
84. Mitral Valve Repair: Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow Cardiac Surgery Staff Development Forum Rochester, Minnesota July, 2006
85. Long Term Results of Konno Aortoventriculoplasty for Complex Left Ventricular Outflow Tract Obstruction American Association for Thoracic Surgery Philadelphia, Pennsylvania April, 2006
86. Recurrent Mitral Regurgitation Following Repair: Should the Mitral Valve Be Re-Repaired? American Association for Thoracic Surgery Philadelphia, Pennsylvania April, 2006
87. The Survival Advantage and Improved Durability of Mitral Repair for Leaflet Prolapse Subsets in the Current Era Department of Surgery Ospedale San Raffaele Milan, Italy March, 2006
88. The Survival Advantage and Improved Durability of Mitral Repair for Leaflet Prolapse Subsets in the Current Era Hopital Europeen Georges Pompidou Paris, France March, 2006
89. Early Correction of Mitral Regurgitation Due to Leaflet Prolapse Promotes Normalization of Left Ventricular Function Postoperatively Suri, Schaff, Zehr, Dearani, Sundt, Mullany, Daly, Orszulak Society of Thoracic Surgeons 42nd Annual Meeting Chicago, Illinois January, 2006
90. Determinants of Perioperative Decrease in Left Ventricular Ejection Fraction Early After Correction of Mitral Valve Regurgitation American Heart Association Meeting Dallas, Texas November, 2005
91. Early Correction of Mitral Regurgitation Due to Leaflet Prolapse Promotes Normalization of Left Ventricular Function Postoperatively American Heart Association Meeting Dallas, Texas November, 2005
92. Pulmonary Resection for Metastatic Malignant Fibrous Histiocytoma:An Analysis of Prognostic Factors Suri, Deschamps, Cassivi, Nichols, Allen, Pairolero Society of Thoracic Surgeons 41st Annual Meeting Tampa, Florida January, 2005
93. Immature Dendritic Cells Induce Alternative CD4+ T Cell Responses In Vivo Society of University Surgeons Toronto, Ontario, Canada February, 2002
94. Immature Dendritic Cells Induce Alternative CD4(+) T Cell Responses In Vivo Suri RM, Kukutsch N, Fowler S, Powrie F, Austyn J XVIII International Congress of the Transplantation Society Rome, Italy January, 2000
95. Dendritic cell maturation, migration and function Suri RM. Doctoral Thesis, Magdalen College Oxford, UK. 1999. January, 1999
96. Immature Dendritic Cell Pretreatment Induces Cardiac Allograft Prolongation Suri RM, Niimi M, Wood KJ, Austyn JM VI Basic Sciences Symposium Transplantation Society Monterey, California January, 1999
97. Induction Of CD4+ T Cell Responses By Dendritic Cells In Vivo V International Symposium on Dendritic Cells in Fundamental and Clinical Immunology Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania September, 1998
98. Immature Dendritic Cells Induce Prolongation of Cardiac Allografts V International Symposium on Dendritic Cells in Fundamental and Clinical Immunology Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania September, 1998
99. The In Vivo Homing Patterns of Cultured Murine Bone Marrow Dendritic Cells Suri R, and Austyn J Keystone Symposium Sante Fe, New Mexico March, 1998
100. Dendritic Cell Maturation, Migration and Function Department of Dermatology University of Erlangen Germany January, 1998
101. Dendritic Cell Maturation, Migration and Function Department of Immunology The Rockefeller University New York, New York July, 1997



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Robotic Surgery is Superior to Conventional Surgery for MV Repair A Case Based Approach to Controversies in Cardiovascular Medicine February, 2011
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