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Dr. T. Sloane Guy leads Society of Thoracic Surgeons Robotic Cardiac Surgery Symposium 2018

For the second year in a row, a Weill Cornell Medicine surgeon, Dr T. Sloane Guy, is leading the effort by the Society of Thoracic Surgeons to improve education in robotic cardiac surgery.  Last year's symposium was focused on mitral valve repair. This year will be the same but will also include robotic coronary artery bypass. The course will include high-quality faculty from across the country willing to share their knowledge and expertise.

For more details: Symposium on Robotic Cardiac Surgery

A NY Woman’s Story of Getting a New Sternum from a 3D Printer

Dr. Jeffery L. Port discusses creating a custom-made sternum using a 3D printer for a patient suffering from chronic pain following surgery to remove cancerous bone tissue.

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Dr. Arash Salemi Featured in Health Matters

Dr. Arash Salemi, the surgical director of the Acquavella Heart Valve Center at NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center recently featured in Health Matters discussing the role of Transcatheter Aortic Valve Replacement (TAVR).

In the article, he is quoted “The exciting things about the technology are, one, that we are able to treat a wider range of patients than we otherwise would have with just open-heart surgery. We have more options for our patients. Also, it’s less invasive physiologically than open-heart surgery. Because of that, recovery is quick. You see patients rebound and go home. They’re doing what they wanted to be doing two weeks ago. They’re doing it now without a problem. It’s very gratifying.”

Here is a link to the article:  https://healthmatters.nyp.org/walk-woods-noma-bar/

Dr. Brendon Stiles

Appointed as Co-Chairman of the ASCO:SBRT in Early-Stage NSCLC Guideline Endorsement Panel

Appointed as Chair of the two peer review panels within the Lung Cancer Research Program of the Department of Defense Congressionally Directed Medical Research Programs (CDMRP)

 

Patients with Lung Cancer Have Risk of Cancer-Associated Suicide

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By Allie Casey

June 23

Continuing coverage of Drs. Jeffrey L. Port and Mohamed Rahouma’s study, presented at the American Thoracic Society's 2017 international conference, which found that people with lung cancer have a strikingly higher-than-normal risk of suicide.

 

Dr. Leonard N. Girardi

Appointed to the NY State Cardiac Advisory Committee - November 2016

Appointed to the National Marfan Foundation Professional Advisory Board - December 2016

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