Recap: ASMBS 2020 Region Two Networking Dinner
Mark’s Prime Steak House, Gainesville
On November 6, 2020, the highly anticipated ASMBS 2020 Region Two Networking Dinner took place at the exquisite Mark’s Prime Steak House in Gainesville. The event, organized by the American Society for Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery (ASMBS), brought together esteemed members of the surgical community for an evening of networking, knowledge sharing, and delicious food.
As attendees arrived at the venue, the warm ambiance and elegant décor set the stage for an evening of camaraderie and professional connections. The atmosphere buzzed with excitement as surgeons, researchers, and healthcare professionals from across the region gathered to engage in meaningful discussions and forge new relationships.
The event was made possible through the generous sponsorship of Gore, a leading global company specializing in medical technology. Their support was invaluable in ensuring the success of the networking dinner, and we extend our heartfelt gratitude to Gore for their commitment to advancing surgical innovation and patient care.
During the event, guests had the opportunity to connect with colleagues, share insights, and exchange ideas on the latest developments in metabolic and bariatric surgery. The evening proved to be a valuable platform for fostering collaborations and building partnerships, as attendees explored potential research collaborations and discussed advancements in surgical techniques.
As the evening unfolded, attendees were treated to a sumptuous dining experience at Mark’s Prime Steak House. The carefully curated menu delighted the senses, with a delectable selection of gourmet dishes that catered to various dietary preferences. The culinary delights served as a perfect complement to the engaging conversations and provided an opportunity for attendees to relax and savor the flavors.
The ASMBS 2020 Region Two Networking Dinner proved to be an exceptional gathering that not only fostered professional connections but also nurtured a sense of community among the participants. The event offered a memorable evening of collaboration and camaraderie, leaving attendees inspired and motivated to continue making advancements in the field of metabolic and bariatric surgery.
Once again, we express our sincerest appreciation to Gore for their generous sponsorship, which played a vital role in the success of the networking dinner. Their commitment to supporting the ASMBS community is commendable, and we look forward to future collaborations that will contribute to the growth and development of our field.