I’m Stav Brown, a medical student at the Sackler School of Medicine, Tel Aviv University.
I have always been fascinated by the field of global surgery and the ability to facilitate international collaboration and share knowledge on a global level. I strongly believe that health is one of the most basic components of the human existence and that access to safe, high-quality surgical care is an integral component of every society.
I joined InciSioN’s international team in January 2018 to help make this vision a reality. Our great team is comprised of 40 members from over 30 countries with a variety of languages, cultures and backgrounds, and our main focus is building the future generation of global surgeons to make surgery safe and accessible worldwide.
Being a part of such a diverse group of people, who share the same goal and work endlessly towards it together has been a very special experience. The variety of ideas, views and perspectives is key to creativity and innovation as we unify our efforts and integrate our individual functions operating as a whole. Ultimately, I feel like we constantly learn from each other and gradually grow, both as a team and individually in our work as global surgery leaders in our countries.
This great international collaboration has made me even more passionate about global surgery, and I’m beyond excited for our upcoming projects and collaborative work as part of the InciSioN family.
National Chair, “Global Surgery Israel”
InciSioN International Team member 2018