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General Surgeon Laparoscopic Vascular Surgery Phlebology Ultrasound Venous Insufficiency Vein Care Medical Expert Witness

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general surgery, board certified, laparoscopic surgery, surgery, vascular surgery, phlebology, ultrasound, venous insufficiency, vein care, radiofrequency ablation, endovenous ablation, chronic venous insufficiency

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Curriculum Vitae

1984    BA—Bowdoin College, Brunswick, ME
1988    University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT

Postgraduate Training
1998-91    St Francis Hospital and Medical Center
Internship and Residency in General Surgery
Hartford, CT

1991-94    University of Connecticut
Integrated General Surgery Residency in General Surgery
Residency and Chief Residency in General Surgery
Storrs, CT

1994-96    Boston University Hospital
Fellowship in Vascular Surgery
Boston, MA

Work Experience

2001-2008 Cape Cod Healthcare Wound Center

        Medical Director 2001-2006
        Hyannis, MA

2000-Present       A PRIVATE Hospital

        Attending Vascular and General Surgeon
        Hyannis, MA

1996-2000   Elliot Hospital

Attending Vascular and General Surgeon
Manchester, NH

1996-2000   Catholic Medical Center

Attending Vascular and General Surgeon
Manchester, NH

Licensure and Certification
National Medical Boards
Part I         1986
Part II        1988
Part III        1989

General Surgery ABS Certified 1995, Recertified 2005

Vascular Surgery Board Certified 1996, Recertified 2006

Association of Registered Diagnostic Medical Sonographers
    Dec 1995 Registered Vascular Technologist

Boston University of Medicine
    OHRP Good Clinical Practice Certification

    Cape Cod Hospital
    Hyannis, MA

    Falmouth Hospital
    Falmouth, MA

    Nantucket Cottage Hospital
    Nantucket, MA

Committee Assignments
1995    BARD Vascular Systems: President’s Council on Endovascular Surgery
1993-94    University of Connecticut Committee on Basic Surgical Science Education
1993-94    University of Connecticut Surgical Residency Advisory Board
1987-88    University of Connecticut Surgery Clerkship Planning Committee: Student Representative

A PRIVATE Hospital
2001-Present Credentials Committee
2000-2004    Critical Care Committee
2000-2003    Medical Advisory Committee: Cape Cod Healthcare

Elliot Hospital and Catholic Medical Center
1998-2000    Medical Management Committee of the Physician Organization
1997-2000    Operative and Invasive Procedures Committee (Chair 1998-99)
1997-2000    Critical Care Committee

1988    Surgical Scholar: University of Connecticut School of Medicine
1995    Finalist: Jobst Research Fellowship in Venus and Lymphatic Disease of the American Venus Forum

Fellow of the American College of Surgeons
The Society for Clinical Vascular Surgery
New England Society of Vascular Surgery
Society for Vascular Surgery
American College of Phlebology

2001-Present    A PRIVATE Research Institute
        Hyannis, MA

2007-2010    ACT I—Bard Vascular Carotid stent trial surgeon
2001-2010    CREST—UMNDJ carotid stent trial surgeon

2010-2011    Venous Insufficiency Program: Omnia Education
Regular faculty member with multiple talks and hands on instruction on the diagnosis and treatment of chronic venous disease

 â€œTotal Vein Care”
Recurring faculty member: presentations and hands on laboratory instruction on sclerotherapy, phlebectomy, and participation in panel discussions of the management of venous disease
“Ultrasound Diagnosis in Chronic Venous Insufficiency”
Faculty member: presentations on ultrasound diagnosis and anatomy of superficial venous disease and the use of ultrasound in endovenous ablation.

InVein Symposium           
June ’06  Uncasville CT
Oct.  ’06 Las Vegas
“Radiofrequency ablation of incompetent perforating veins”

Multiple lectures on Vascular Disease and Vascular Surgery to local and regional nursing societies

Jan 1999    
Laparoscopic Lumbar Spinal Fusion: Techniques and Complications Course in Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery
Albany Medical Center and UMASS Medical Center

Laparoscopic Exposure to the Aortic and Caval Bifurcations for Lumbar Spinal Fusion
Harvard Deaconess Annual Symposium on Endovascular and Minimally Invasive Techniques in Vascular Surgery
Boston Deaconess

Laparoscopic Exposure to the Aortic and Caval Bifurcations for Lumbar Spinal Fusion
New England Vascular Surgery Society
Toronto, Ontario

May 1998   
Surgery for Carotid Artery Disease: What’s new in 1998?
 2nd Annual Symposium on Peripheral Vascular Disease: Carotid Artery Disease
Manchester, NH

Sept 1998   
Laparoscopic Exposure of L4-L5
New England Spine Study Group
Manchester, VT

May 1997   
The Noninvasive Lab in the Diagnosis and Treatment of Lower Extremity Arterial Occlusive Disease
1st Annual Symposium on Peripheral Vascular Disease: Lower extremity Arterial Occlusive Disease, Manchester, NH

Mar 1996       
Endovascular Aortic Prosthesis: The BARD Prototype
La Chirurgie Vascular Actuelle
Marseille, France

Feb 1996       
Is Complete Wound Healing a Valid Point for use in Clinical Trials?
The American Venous Forum
San Diego, CA

Jan 1996       
Cardiovascular Pathophysiology: An Overview
BARD Vascular Systems National Sales Meeting

May 1995   
A New Generation Endovascular Graft for the Repair of Abdominal Aortic Aneurism
Eastern Vascular Surgery Society
Buffalo, NY

April 1995    
A New Generation Endovascular Graft for the Repair of Abdominal Aortic Aneurism
Vascular Fellows Abstract Program
New York, NY

Feb 1995       
Risk Factors for Chronic Venous Insufficiency: A Dual Case Control Study
The American Venous Forum
Ft Lauderdale, FL

Feb 1995  
The Influence of Wound Geometry on the Measurement of Wound Healing Rates in  Clinical Trials
The American Venous Forum
Ft Lauderdale, FL

Complications of Abdominopertoneal Resection
Finalist: St Francis Hospital Surgical Residency Research Competition

The Treatment of CMV Infections in Solid Organ Transplant Recipients
Finalist: St Francis Hospital Surgical Residency Research Competition
Publications: Upon Request



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