NewsScope July/August Volume 35, Issue 4

Shaping the Future of MIGS

One of the roles of the AAGL is to collectively seek new information that expands our understanding of emerging technologies or relevant topics of interest in our field.  It is important for us to...

Robotics SIG Tech Update: IS-001

IS-001 is an IV administered, renally metabolized, ureteral fluorescent dye.  IS-001 is currently in phase 3 preclinical trials, and can potentially reduce the risk of ureteral injury during gynecology and general surgery procedures. Ureteral...

Robotics SIG Video Spotlight

The Robotics Special Interest Group has selected two videos from our massive SurgeryU library that SIG members felt were worth sharing.  SurgeryU features hundreds of high-definition surgical videos from surgeons from around the world....

Foundation Awards and FUNdraisers!

As President of the Foundation of the AAGL (FAAGL), I have the privilege of providing an update on the Foundation’s current developments and upcoming events! FAAGL Award season is quickly approaching. We look forward...

Achieving New Heights

This year, the AAGL Journal of Minimally Invasive Gynecology has continued to empower progress in women’s health by providing diverse, high-quality content. Thanks to the dedication of the editorial board and contributions from gifted...

All Hands On Deck!

Some say that we are experiencing, “D” Day from the impact of the Delta COVID-19 variant on our lives, families, workplace, personal relationships, and national/international meetings. We know about the uncertainties and tolls that...

New on SurgeryU

I hope everyone is enjoying their summer and taking some much-needed time for rest and relaxation.  As I look back on my past five years at the helm of SurgeryU, I realized that one...

Welcome New Members

Welcome to all the members who have recently joined AAGL. We are excited you have decided to elevate your career in MIGS. New Member Listing – 7/16/2021 to 8/15/2021. Kathleen Eleanor Ackert, DO -...