OSU Repeats As Residents Bowl Champions!
Congratulations to the Ohio State University on their title of the 2023 Residents Bowl Champions! In an exciting final round, Ohio State outlasted the Stanford University to claim the title, which they previously won in 2022.
The one-of-a-kind competition pits programs against each other as residents answer questions on case studies and the core curriculum of plastic surgery.
How to Play
The games consist of 10 multiple choice questions, with the final championship game consisting of 15 questions. Each member of the team will answer every question individually and the scoring will be based on having the correct answer as well as how quickly the question was answered.
Team members can consult with one another before answering, but taking longer to answer could negatively impact your score. At the end of each round, each of the team members' scores will be averaged together to get an overall team score. The team with the higher total score will win the game and advance to the next round.
After the final round on Sunday morning, the winners are crowned and have their names engraved on a nearly two-foot tall silver trophy – along with earning year-long bragging rights.
Click on the bracket image above to download a PDF version.
Previous Residents Bowl Winners
2022: Ohio State University
Peter Krasniak, MD; Minh Nguyen, MD; Andrew O'Brien, MD; Tyler Sbrocchi, MD
2021: Mount Sinai
Jared Gopman, MD; Paymon Sanati-Mehrizy, MD; Yasmina Zoghbi, MD; Stefani Fontana, MD
2020: University of Pittsburgh
Francesco Egro, MD; Walter Joseph, MD; Angela Prescott, MD; Xiao Zhu, MD
2019: Mount Sinai
Michael Ingargiola, MD; Nikki Burish, MD; Paul Shay, MD; Jared Gopman, MD
2018: UT Health San Antonio
Kelly Kafka, MD; Julie Kim, MD; Meg Rajan, MD; Victor Stams, MD
2017: University of Washington
Tamara Kemp, MD; Erin Miller, MD; H. Elise Min, MD; Eugene Oh, MD
2016: Southern Illinois University
Shawn Mendenhall, MD; Ryan Schmucker, MD; Chelsea C. Snider, MD
2015: Ohio State University
John Hulsen, MD; Ibrahim Khansa, MD; Joseph Meyerson, MD; Stephen Poteet, MD
2014: Ohio State University
Tyler Angelos, MD; Joseph Brown, MD; Ibrahim Khansa, MD; Cain Linville, MD
2013: University of Texas Southwestern
Huay-Zong Law, MD; Craig Lehrman, MD; Purushottam Nagarkar, MD; Jacob Unger, MD
2012: University of Texas Southwestern
Bridget Harrison, MD; Michael Lee, MD; Craig Lehrman, MD; Jacob Unger, MD
2011: Stanford University
Aaron Berger, MD, PhD; Ryan Endress, MD; Thomas Satterwhite, MD;