Five Questions With: Dr. Russell E. White

DR. RUSSELL E. WHITE, a cardiothoracic surgeon from University Surgical Associates, received a $500,000 L’Chaim Prize honoring his work as chief of surgery at Tenwek Mission Hospital in Kenya. / COURTESY LIFESPAN CORP.
DR. RUSSELL E. WHITE, a cardiothoracic surgeon from University Surgical Associates, received a $500,000 L’Chaim Prize honoring his work as chief of surgery at Tenwek Mission Hospital in Kenya. / COURTESY LIFESPAN CORP.
Dr. Russell E. White, cardiothoracic surgeon from University Surgical Associates, recently received a $500,000 L’Chaim Prize honoring his work as chief of surgery at Tenwek Mission Hospital in Kenya, where he intends to use the prize to further his work. White, a clinical professor of surgery at Brown University, has served as the chief of…

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