Francis Daniels Moore was a pioneer ahead of his time who made numerous landmark contributions to the field of surgery, including the understanding of metabolic physiology during surgery, liver and kidney transplant, and the famous Study on Surgical Services of the United States (SOSSUS) report of 1975 that served for decades as a guideline for development of surgical residencies. He was the epitome of what a physician should be, a compassionate and dedicated surgeon, innovative scientist, and a medical professional dedicated to quality medical education across all specialties.
Recommended CitationLow, BS, Sara L.; Yeo, MD, Charles J.; Cowan, MD, Scott W.; and Shah, MD, Ashesh P., "Francis Daniels Moore: one of the brightest minds in the surgical field." (2015). Department of Surgery, Gibbon Society Historical Profiles. Paper 27.