SUSS City2Surf for Interplast 2014

SUSS City2Surf for Interplast 2014

This August, the members of Sydney University Surgical Society (SUSS) will run the City2Surf and raise funds to support Interplast.

Interplast is an Australian and New Zealand charity that provides free, life-changing surgical treatment for people in the Asia-Pacific region who would otherwise be unable to access such services. The teams train local surgeons, doctors and allied health professionals so that the communities they visit may continue to benefit long after they’ve left. Their patients are mostly children suffering from congenital conditions such as cleft lip/palate or acquired conditions such as burn scar contractures.

Check out their website

Last year was a huge success, the team ran in scrubs and raised a whopping $9120! At one stage we were even ranked as the second-highest fundraising team! This year we want to do even better – so please get involved by running and raising funds with us in the SUSS team.

This is a great way to get off your study chair and get fit, all while supporting a fantastic cause, raising awareness and making friends. The run itself is awesome, you will have a lot of fun and see some spectacular views of our beautiful city.

Interplast has again partnered with SUSS and they promise to gift Interplast-branded scrubs to those who raise over a certain amount to run the race in. Details to come.

Please RSVP on the Facebook event. 


Instructions on how to register for the SUSS City2Surf team:
Note: Register before Friday 28 March and get your bib sent to you in the mail. Also benefit from early bird rates!

Go to and complete the registration process by filling in your details. Our team information has been completed for you already. Make sure to NOT choose a charity now – the fundraising instructions can be found below. 

Most team members will be starting from the Yellow Group. If you completed the City2Surf last year and qualified for an earlier starting group (e.g. green), feel free to select that instead if you prefer.

If you have already registered for the City2Surf and would like to join the SUSS team contact Julian to be added to the team.

This will register you for the run, please follow the instructions below to register to fundraise with SUSS for Interplast


Fundraising instructions

  1. Go to our team’s page at and click “Join Team”
  2. Enter your details to register to fundraise. ***Make sure to choose “Interplast Australia and New Zealand” as your charity***
  3. Start fundraising!

If you have any problems or questions please contact Julian or Matthew


AnastaMoSUSS: SUSS & SUMS Movember

AnastaMoSUSS: SUSS & SUMS Movember

This November Sydney University Surgical Society (SUSS) and Sydney University Medical Society (SUMS) together are gathering a conglomoration of students dedicated to promoting Men’s Health. All proceeds accumolated will support Prostate Cancer, Testicular Cancer & Mental Health via the official Movember campaign.

We want to see unshorn enthusiasm from Mo Bros & Mo Sistas alike in the growth of this most worthy cause. Whether a hirsute handlebar or a tufted toothbrush, grow a Mo and help a Bro.

Follow this link to sign up or make a donation on the official Movember website.

Join Team AnastoMoSUSS. It’s a Mo-brainer.



The inaugural Movember organised by The Sydney University Surgical Society and the Sydney University Medical Society, Team AnastaMoSUSS:  Movember 2013, was incredibly successful. Over the course of the month, Team AnaastMoSUSS recruited 59 willing individuals ready to put their Mos on the line for men’s mental health, prostate cancer and testicular cancer. Together, the team raised a grand total of $7, 260, an enormous effort. Congratulations to everyone involved in this amazing feat, and we hope to see your Mos again next year!

The following prizes were awarded for:
-Most money raised
-Most splendid Mo
-Most woeful Mo
-Most audacious Mo
-Most zealous Mo Sista

Check out the Facebook page for updates!

Breast Cancer Surgery Grand Rounds

Breast Cancer Surgery Grand Rounds

The Sydney University Surgical Society is excited to be hosting breast cancer surgery student grand rounds to coincide with Pink Ribbon month in October.

Dr Elisabeth Elder will be presenting an insight into breast cancer surgery, and several interesting cases. Dr Elder operates through the Breast Cancer Institute at Westmead hospital, and has been involved in developing a number of new breast surgery techniques, as well as research into breast cancer outcomes.

The presentation will be particularly relevant for second year students in their breast cancer week in Oncology block, but all years are welcome. Pink ribbons will be available during the evening, and all proceeds will be donated to the National Breast Cancer Foundation (NBCF).

Please RSVP on the Facebook event

SUSS Facebook group




Colorectal Grand Rounds

Colorectal Grand Rounds

Sydney University Surgical Society are excited to host Colorectal Surgery Student Grand Rounds.

Prof. Marc Gladman will be presenting cases in colorectal surgery with associated imaging and management. Prof. Gladman is a Professor of Surgery at Concord Repatriation General Hospital and Academic Colorectal Unit.

Prof. Gladman is a widely published and internationally recognised academic surgeon. He is an enthusiastic and inspirational educator who has written 10 textbooks and who is pioneering new methods to train doctors.

All years are welcome.

SUSS City2Surf for Interplast

SUSS City2Surf for Interplast

This year the members of Sydney University Surgical Society (SUSS) will run to support Interplast Australia and New Zealand – a surgical charity that works predominantly in the Asia Pacific Region. Check out their website –

Interplast has partnered with SUSS and pledged to gift scrubs to team members that raise over $50! The purpose of this sponsorship is that we will be able to wear them on the day during the event. This is great motivation to raise money and also will allow us to promote Interplast’s fantastic cause.

For all the photos of the event please click here