Chief of neurosurgery to quit Brigham's post

Boston Globe, December 14, 2009

A high-ranking surgeon at Boston-based Brigham and Women's Hospital who was sued for sex discrimination two years ago will resign from his position Dec. 31. Arthur Day, MD, will step down as chairman of the neurosurgery department, the hospital's president told staff in an e-mail. John Popp, MD, will take over as chairman of neurosurgery at the hospital.


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