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Scott F. Gallagher, MD, FACS

January 2008 Personal: Business Address (mail): C/O Tampa General Hospital, Suite F145 PO Box #1289 Tampa, FL 33601 Office: (813) 844-7540 or 844-7473 Fax: (813) 844-1920 Lab: (813) 972-2000 x7113 or x3994 2 Columbia Drive C/O TGH, Suite F145 Tampa, FL 33606 [email protected] [email protected] Married Linda Boyer Gallagher Mitchell Scott Gallagher

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Professional: Assistant Professor of Surgery Division of General Surgery, Department of Surgery University of South Florida College of Medicine, USF Health

Appointment 7/2004-

Certification: American Board of Surgery, Certifying Examination American Board of Surgery, Qualifying Examination ATLS Course Instructor ATLS Provider, recertified 2002 ACLS Provider, recertified 1999, 2001, 2003 & 2005

Passed Passed 2003-2007 19981995-

Medical Licensure: Florida Board of Medicine; ME 86585 DEA Number; BG8791483 United States Medical Licensing Examination Step 3 United States Medical Licensing Examination Step 2 United States Medical Licensing Examination Step 1

12/6/027/1/046/2002 8/1996 6/1995

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Institution/Work Experience: Tampa General Hospital 2 Columbia Drive Tampa, FL 33606 Active Staff Provisional Staff Department of Veterans Affairs, Bay Pines Medical Center 10,000 Bay Pines Blvd.; Surgical Service Bay Pines, FL 33744 Clinical General Surgeon/SOD (Fee for service) Alpha Sigma Phi Educational Foundation, National Headquarters Annual Loyalty Fund, Phone-a-thon (Vice President, Ted Kocher) Foundation Research Assistant (Vice President, Steve Zizzo)

8/2005-present 8/2004-8/2005

12/20021992-1993 1991-1992

Education: Postdoctoral Training 5/2005-11/2005 7/2002-6/2004 7/2001-6/2002 7/2000-6/2001 7/1998-6/2000 7/1997-6/1998 Medical School 8/1993-6/1997

Junior Faculty Surgical Endocrinology Fellowship University of South Florida, Tampa, FL Advanced GI & Bariatric Surgery Research Fellowship University of South Florida, Tampa, FL Chief Resident, Department of Surgery University of South Florida, Tampa, FL Senior Resident, Department of Surgery University of South Florida, Tampa, FL Junior Resident, Department of Surgery University of South Florida, Tampa, FL Intern, Department of Surgery University of South Florida, Tampa, FL The Ohio State University College of Medicine and Public Health; Columbus, OH 43210 Ohio Wesleyan University Delaware, OH 43015 Degree: Bachelor of Arts, cum laude (Double major: Chemistry & Pre-Medicine) Barberton High School Barberton, OH 44203

Undergraduate 8/1989-5/1993

High School 8/1985-6/1989

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Professional Societies: American College of Surgeons Society for Surgery of the Alimentary Tract American Society for Bariatric Surgery Society for American Gastrointestinal Endoscopic Surgery Tampa Bay Surgical Society Society for Laparoendoscopic Surgery American Society for Bariatric Surgery Association for Academic Surgery American College of Surgeons Candidate & Associate Society Society for American Gastrointestinal Endoscopic Surgery Society for Surgery of the Alimentary Tract Association for Academic Surgery The Pancreas Club American College of Surgeons Candidate & Associate Society American Medical Association

Fellow, 2006Member, 2006Member, 2006Member, 2005Member, 2005Member, 2004Affiliate Surgeon, 2004-2006 Member, 2004Associate, 2004-2006 Trainee Member, 2003-2005 Candidate Member, 2003-2006 Candidate, 2002-2004 Member, 2002Candidate, 2002-2004 Member, 1995-

Honors/Awards: 1. Marquis' Who's Who in Healthcare and Medicine 2006-2007. 2. Delta Beta Xi Award; National award for distinguished & loyal service to the fraternityAlpha Sigma Phi-by an alumnus (2001). 3. Florida Committee on Trauma/American College of Surgeons; 3rd Place for Critically Injured Elderly Patients Presentation (2000). 4. Omicron Delta Kappa, National Senior Honor and Service Society (1993). 5. Brother of the Year (Brotherhood Award); Epsilon Chapter, Alpha Sigma Phi (1993). 6. Rechartering Member, Epsilon Chapter of Alpha Sigma Phi Fraternity (1993). 7. Mortar Board, President; National Senior Honor Society (1992). 8. Chi Gamma Nu, National Chemistry Honor Society. 9. Phi Eta Sigma, National Freshman Honor Society (1990). 10. Chrysler Leadership Award (1989). 11. Eagle Scout (1988).

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Research Grants/Projects: 1. The Role of Kupffer Cells During Acute Pancreatitis-Induced Lung Injury (IACUC # ). 2. The Pathophysiology of Adynamic Ileus During Acute Pancreatitis. 3. Prospective, Double Blind Pilot Study to Determine the Incidence of Postoperative Hypoventilation in Patients with Clinically Significant Obesity who have Undergone Gastric Bypass Procedures under General Anesthesia, IRB #103730 (PI). 4. Evaluation of SurgiSis Gold Hernia Repair Graft for Prevention of Incisional Hernia After Bariatric Surgery, IRB #103710 (Co-PI) 5. Effect of a Dose Increase on the Steady State Serum Enrichment with Ursodiol in Patients with Clinically Significant Obesity: A Pilot Study, IRB#103325 (Co-PI) 6. Evaluation of Endostapled Anastomoses for Laparoscopic Gastric Bypass (EEA-LGB). A Prospective, Randomized Comparison of the 3.5mm vs. 4.8mm Line Circular Stapler for Creation of the Gastrojejunostomy in Prevention of Staple Line Hemorrhage During Laparoscopic Gastric Bypass, IRB#103888 (Co-PI) 7. The Utilization and Outcomes of Bariatric Surgery in Florida, IRB#103011Z (PI) 8. Endocrine Surgery Outcomes (IRB# 104677). 9. Bariatric Surgery Outcomes & natural history/amelioration of comorbidities (IRB#101984). 10. Leadership Training in Medicine & Medical/Surgical education (IRB#104511Z).

Professional Committees/Service: 1. Association for Academic Surgery, Institutional Representative, (2008- ). 2. USF Health, College of Medicine, Admissions Committee, Medical Student Interviews (2007- ). 3. USF Health, Department of Surgery, Education Committee (2006- ). 4. Tampa General Hospital, Infection Control Standing Medical Staff Committee (2007- ) 5. USF Health, College of Medicine, Student Preceptor, MED-3 Surgery Clerkship (2005- ). 6. USF Health, Obesity Walk, volunteer (2006). 7. USF Health, College of Medicine, Advisor, Surgery Interest Group (2006- ). 8. Association of Academic Surgery, Leadership Committee (2006-2008). 9. USF College of Medicine, Facilities Development Strategic Work Group, USF Center for Advanced Healthcare (2004). 10. USF College of Medicine, Admissions Committee, Medical Student Interviews (2004-2005). 11. USF Department of Surgery, Bariatric Surgery Fellow Selection Committee (2003- ). 12. USF Department of Surgery, 80-Hour Workweek Committee (2003-2004). 13. USF Department of Surgery, Education Operations Committee (2002-2004). 14. USF Department of Surgery, Resident Evaluation Work Group (2002-2004). 15. USF Department of Surgery 2002 RRC Site Review (PIF) Committee.

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Student Mentoring: 1. Monika Wahi, MPH 2. Krista Haines, BA, MABMH 3. Taylor Martin, BA, MABMH 4. Heather Carpenter, BA 5. Kathryn Baksh, BA 6. Jonathan Enriques, BA 7. Mien-Tin "Andy" Lee 8. James Li (high school AP student) 9. Byers Bowen, BA

Resident Advisor: 1. Sharona Ross, MD 2. Drew Rideout, MD 3. Haytham Kaafarani, MD 4. Heidi Pearson, MD 5. Susan Shafii, MD

Post-doctoral Fellows: 1. Yanhua Peng, PhD 2. Rodrigo Gonzalez, MD 3. Lana Nelson, DO 4. Malene Ingram, MD 5. Taghreed Almahmeed, MD 6. Rajesh Kuruba, MD 7. Ferdinand Martinez, MD 8. Shahram Salmitari, MD 9. William Bahkos, MD

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Volunteer & Service: 1. Alpha Sigma Phi, Ritual Committee, 2006 Grand Chapter (Charlotte, NC). 2. Alpha Sigma Phi, Lead Facilitator, 2006 Ralph F. Burns Leadership Institute (Claryville, NY). 3. Alpha Sigma Phi, Lead Facilitator, 2005 Ralph F. Burns Leadership Institute (Jumonville, PA). 4. Alpha Sigma Phi, President, Board of Directors, Epsilon House Corporation (2004-2007). 5. Alpha Sigma Phi, Ritual Committee, 2004 Grand Chapter (Columbus, OH). 6. Alpha Sigma Phi, Capital Campaign Committee, Epsilon House Corporation (2003-2007). 7. Alpha Sigma Phi, Lead Facilitator, 2004 Ralph F. Burns Leadership Institute (Evansville, IN). 8. Alpha Sigma Phi, Lead Facilitator, 2003 Ralph F. Burns Leadership Institute (Evansville, IN). 9. Alpha Sigma Phi, Musical History & Recording Project (2002-present). 10. Alpha Sigma Phi, Liaison, Epsilon Chapter Alumni Association Housing Corporation (20022003). 16. Alpha Sigma Phi, Board of Directors, Epsilon Chapter House Corporation, (2001- ). 17. Alpha Sigma Phi, Founding Member, Epsilon Chapter House Corporation (1993-2001). 18. Alpha Sigma Phi, Founding Member, Central Ohio Alumni Council (1994- ). 19. Alpha Sigma Phi, Society Facilitator, 2002 National Leadership Conference (NLC) & Grand Chapter (Indianapolis, IN). 20. Alpha Sigma Phi, Society Facilitator, 2001 NLC (Cincinnati, OH). 21. Yale University, Ritual Committee, 2000 Alpha Chapter (New Haven, CT) Initiation & ReChartering Banquet. 22. Alpha Sigma Phi, Nominations Committee & Society Facilitator, 2000 National Leadership Conference & Convention (NLC&C) (Washington DC). 23. Alpha Sigma Phi, Grand Council Ritual Committee (1996-2002). 24. University of Oklahoma, Ritual Committee, 1997 Alpha Alpha Chapter (Norman, OK) Initiation and Refounding. 25. Alpha Sigma Phi, Co-Chair, 1996 NLC&C (St. Louis, MO) Ritual Committee. 26. Alpha Sigma Phi, Chairman, 1995 NLC (Charleston, SC) Sesquicentennial Celebration Ritual Committee. 27. Alpha Sigma Phi, Ritual Committee, 1994 NLC&C (Chicago, IL). 28. Alpha Sigma Phi, Ritual Committee, 1993 NLC (Somerset, NJ). 29. Alpha Sigma Phi, 1992 NLC&C (Charlotte, NC).

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Publications (in peer-reviewed journals/publications): 1. Kuruba R, Gallagher SF. Current Management of Adrenal Tumors. Current Opinion in Oncology, 2008, 20:34-46. [Review]. 2. Gallagher SF, Wahi M, Haines KL, Baksh K, Enriquez J, Murr MM, Fabri JP. Trends in Adrenalectomy Rates, Indications, and Physician Volume: A Statewide Analysis of 1,816 Adrenalectomies. Surgery, 2007;142(6):1011-21; discussion 1011-21. doi:10.1016/j.surg.2007.09.024. 3. Murr MM, Martin T, Haines K, Dragotti R, Kandil A, Gallagher SF, Harmsen S. A Statewide Review of Contemporary Outcomes of Bariatric Surgery in Florida. Does Provider Volume Impact Outcomes? Annals of Surgery, 2007; 245(5):699-706. 4. Kuruba Rajesh; Martinez, Ferdinand; Torrella, Tracy; Haines, Krista; Nelson, Lana; Almahmeed, Tahgreed; Gallagher, Scott F; Murr, Michel M. Bariatric Surgery Improves Stress Urinary Incontinence in Morbidly Obese Individuals. Surgery of Obesity and Related Disorders, 2007; 3(6):586­590, discussion 590-1. doi:10.1016/j.soard.2007.08.007. 5. Peng Y, Sigua C, Gallagher SF, Murr MM. Protein Kinase C-zeta is Critical in PancreatitisInduced Apoptosis of Kupffer Cells. Journal of Gastrointestinal Surgery, 2007 Oct;11(10):1253-61. 6. Gonzalez R, Nelson LG, Haines K, Gallagher SF, Murr MM. Morbidity of Anastomotic Leaks in Patients Undergoing Roux-en-Y Gastric Bypass. Archives of Surgery, 2007;142(10):954-7. 7. Haines KL, Nelson LG, Gonzalez R, Torrella T, Martin T, Kandil A, Dragotti R, Anderson WM, Gallagher SF, Murr MM. Objective Evidence that Bariatric Surgery Improves ObesityRelated Obstructive Sleep Apnea. Surgery, 2007;141(3):354-8. 8. Gonzalez R, Haines K, Gallagher SF, Murr MM. Does Experience Preclude Leaks in Laparoscopic Gastric Bypass? Surgical Endoscopy 2006 Nov;20(11):1687-92. 9. Peng Y, Gallagher SF, Landmann R, Haines K, Murr MM. The Role of p65 NF-kB/Rel A in Pancreatitis-Induced Kupffer Cell Apoptosis. Journal of Gastrointestinal Surgery, 2006 Jun, 10(6):837-47. 10. Nelson LG, Gonzalez R, Haines K, Gallagher SF, Murr MM. Spectrum and Treatment of Small Bowel Obstruction Following Roux-en-Y Gastric Bypass. Surgery for Obesity and Related Diseases, May-Jun;2(3):377-83, discussion 383. 11. Gonzalez R, Nelson L, Gallagher SF, Murr MM. Does Establishing a Bariatric Surgery Fellowship Training Program Impact Operative Outcomes? Surgical Endoscopy, 2006 Nov;20(11):1687-92.

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12. Gonzalez R, Gallagher SF, Murr MM. Bariatric Revisional Surgery. Bariatric Times, 2006; 3(6):14-17. 13. Gonzalez R, Haines K, Nelson L, Gallagher SF, Murr MM. Predictive Factors of Thromboembolic Events in Patients Undergoing Roux-en-Y Gastric Bypass. Surgery for Obesity and Related Diseases (SOARD), 2006; 2(1):30-35, discussion 35-6. 14. Peng Y, Gallagher SF, Haines K, Baksh K, Murr MM. NF-B Mediates Kupffer Cell Apoptosis Through Transcriptional Regulation of Fas/FasL. Journal of Surgical Research, 2006;130:58-65. doi:10.1016/j.jss.2005.07.030 15. Nelson LG, Gonzalez R, Haines K, Gallagher SF, Murr MM. Amelioration of Gastroesophageal Reflux Following Laparoscopic Roux-en-Y Gastric Bypass for Clinically Significant Obesity. American Surgeon, 2005; 71(11):950-3, discussion 953-4. 16. Gonzalez R, Gallagher SF, Haines K, Murr MM. Operative Technique for Converting a Failed Vertical Banded Gastroplasty to Roux-en-Y Gastric Bypass. Journal of the American College of Surgeons, 2005; 201(3):366-374. 17. Gallagher SF, Peng Y, Haines K, Baksh K, Epling-Burnette PK, Yang J, Murr MM. Fas/FasL Play a Central Role in Pancreatitis-Induced Liver Apoptosis. Journal of Gastrointestinal Surgery, 2005; 9(4):467-475. doi:10.1016/j.gassur.2004.12.008 18. Gallagher SF, Ross SB, Haines K, Shalhub S, Fabri JP, Murr MM, Karl RC. Realistic Expectations for Leading Surgical Education in the Work Hour Reform Era. Journal of Surgical Research, 2005; 126(2):137-144. doi:10.1016/j.jss.2004.11.027 19. Gallagher SF, Yang J, Baksh K, Haines K, Carpenter H, Epling-Burnette PK, Peng Y, Norman J, Murr MM. Acute Pancreatitis Induces FasL Gene Expression and Apoptosis in the Liver. Journal of Surgical Research 2004; 122(2): 201-9. doi:10.1016/j.jss.2004.05.019 20. Gonzalez R, Haines K, Gallagher SF, Sanders G, Hoffman M, Murr MM. Management of Incidental Ovarian Tumors in Patients Undergoing Gastric Bypass. Obesity Surgery 2004; 14(9):1216-21. 21. Gonzalez R, Nelson LG, Gallagher SF, Murr MM. Anastomotic Leaks after Laparoscopic Gastric Bypass [Review]. Obesity Surgery, 2004; 14:1299-1307 22. Sung J, Wessel M, Gallagher SF, Marcet J, Murr M.M. Failure of Medicare HMO to Control the Costs of Colon Resections in Elderly Patients. Archives of Surgery, 2004; 139:1366-1370. 23. Yang J, Gallagher SF, Haines K, Epling-Burnette PK, Bai F, Gower WR Jr, Mastorides S, Norman JG, Murr MM. Kupffer Cell-Derived Fas Ligand Plays a Role in Liver Injury and Hepatocyte Death. Journal of Gastrointestinal Surgery, 2004; 8(2):166-174. doi:10.1016/j.gassur.2003.10.016

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24. Shalhub S, Parsee A, Gallagher SF, Haines K, Wilcomm C, Brantley SG, Pinkas H, SaffKoche L, Murr MM. The Importance of Routine Liver Biopsy for Diagnosing NASH in Patients Undergoing Bariatric Procedures. Obesity Surgery, 2004; 14(1):54-59. 25. Gallagher SF, Denham DW, Murr MM, Norman JG. The Impact of Minimally-Invasive Parathyroidectomy on the Way Endocrinologists Treat Primary Hyperparathyroidism. Surgery 2003; 134(6):910-917, discussion 917. 26. Gallagher SF, Murr MM. Technical Considerations for Transabdominal Loading of the Circular Stapler in Laparoscopic Roux-en-Y Gastric Bypass. The American Journal of Surgery 2003; 185(6):585-588. 27. Gallagher, SF, Banasiak M, Gonzalvo JP, Paoli DP, Allwood J, Murr MM, Shapiro DH. The Impact of Bariatric Surgery on the Veterans Administration Healthcare System: A Cost Analysis. Obesity Surgery 2003; 13(2):245-248. 28. Al-Saif O, Gallagher SF, Banasiak M, Shalhub S, Shapiro DH, Murr MM. Who Should Be Doing Laparoscopic Bariatric Surgery? Obesity Surgery 2003; 13(1):82-7. 29. Lopez J, Sung J, Anderson W, Stone J, Gallagher S, Shapiro D, Rosemurgy A, Murr M. Is Bariatric Surgery Safe and Cost Effective in Academic Centers? American Surgeon 2002; 68:820-823. 30. Rasheid S, Banasiak M, Gallagher SF, Lipska A, Kaba S, Ventimiglia D, Anderson WM, Murr MM. Gastric Bypass Is an Effective Treatment for Obstructive Sleep Apnea in Patients with Clinically Significant Obesity. Obesity Surgery 2003; 13(1):58-61. 31. Gallagher SF, Williams B, Gomez C, Desjardins C, Swan S, Durham R, Flint LM. Mortality, Cardiac Morbidity, and Outcome in Critically Injured Elderly Patients Who Survive at Least Three Days. The American Journal of Surgery, 2003; 185(2):131-134. 32. Murr MM, Yang J, Fier A, Gallagher SF, Carter G, Gower Jr WR, Norman JG. Regulation of Kupffer Cell TNF Gene Expression during Experimental Acute Pancreatitis: The Role of P38MAPK, ERK1/2, SAPK/JNK, and NF-B. Journal of Gastrointestinal Surgery 2003; 7(1):2025. 33. Wang-Rodriguez J, Cross K, Gallagher SF, Djahanban M, Armstrong JM, Wiedner N, Shapiro DH. Male Breast Cancer: Correlation of ER, PR, Ki-67, Her-2-Neu, and p53 with Treatment and Survival. Modern Pathology 2002; 15(8):853-861.

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Publication (submitted or in revision for peer-reviewed journals): 1. Gallagher SF, Downs JB, Haines KL, Osterlund L. Life-Threatening Hypoventilation after Bariatric Surgery. Surgery, submitted. 2. Gonzalez R, Nelson LG, Haines K, Gallagher SF, Murr MM. Outcomes of Patients with BMI>60kg/m2 Undergoing Very Long Limb Roux-en-Y Gastric Bypass. American Surgeon, in revision. 3. Gonzalez R, Gallagher SF, Haines K, Murr MM. Comparison of Roux Limb Lengths in Extremely Obese Patients Undergoing Gastric Bypass. Obesity Surgery, in revision. 4. Gallagher SF, Wang-Rodriguez J, Cross K, Shapiro DH. Male Breast Cancer: Clinical & Prognostic Indicators. The New England Journal of Medicine, in revision.

Publication (written, to be submitted): 5. Haines KL, Wahi M, Enriques J, Murr MM, Fabri JP, Gallagher SF. What Happens to Inpatient Parathyroidectomy Patients? A Statewide Analysis of 5,702 Procedures. Archives of Surgery, to be submitted. 6. Gallagher SF, Haines KL, Sigua C, Peng Y. The Role of Nitric Oxide and Tumor Necrosis Factor in Pancreatitis-Induced Ileus. Journal of the American College of Surgeons, to be submitted. 7. Kuruba RE, Gallagher SF. Portal Vein Aneurysm., to be submitted. 8. Sarr MG, et al. Proposed Revision of the Atlanta Classification of Acute Pancreatitis. 2007 Virtual Consensus Conference, to be submitted.

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Book Chapters: 1. Gallagher SF, Jaffray C, Murr MM. Acute Pancreatitis. In Shackleford's Surgery of the Alimentary Tract, ed Yeo, Dempsey, Klein, Pemberton, Peters. Saunders, Elsevier; Philadelphia, PA 2007. 2. Gallagher SF, Carey LC, Murr MM. Open Splenectomy. In Atlas of Upper Abdominal Surgery, eds Clavien, Sarr and Fong, Springer-Verlag, 2006. 3. Gonzalez R, Gallagher SF, Saff-Koche L, Murr MM. Preoperative Evaluation and Intraoperative Care of the Obese. In: Management of Morbid Obesity, edited by Sugerman HJ, Nguyen N. Taylor & Francis Group, New York, NY, 2006. 4. Gonzalez R, Gallagher SF, Sarr MG, Murr MM. Gastric Bypass as a Revisional Procedure. In Laparoscopic Bariatric Surgery eds Schauer and Schirmer. Springer-Verlag, 2006. 5. Gallagher SF, Zervos E, Murr MM. Distal Pancreatectomy. In Pancreatic Cancer, eds Von Hoff, DD; Evans DB; Hruban RH. Sudbury, MA: Jones and Bartlett Publishers; 2005. 6. Gallagher SF, Ross SB, Murr MM. Reoperative Gastric Surgery. In Handbook of Reoperative General Surgery, ed Callery, Blackwell Publishing, 2005. 7. Gallagher SF, Sarr MG, Murr MM. Indications for Revisional Bariatric Surgery. Chapter 19 in Laparoscopic Bariatric Surgery, eds DeMaria, Inabnet and Ikramuddin, Lippincott and Williams, 2004.

Articles and Electronic Media (non-peer reviewed): 1. Gallagher SF, Murr MM. Laparoscopic Adjustable Gastric Banding. Online moderator for OR-live @ http://www.or-live.com/tgh/1593/ 2. Gallagher SF. Obesity, Bariatric Surgery, and DVT: Expert Commentary. Published online @ http://trackcms.datacon.nl/Preview/en/11/17/23/default.aspx 3. Gallagher SF, Murr M. Contemporary Treatment of Acute Pancreatitis. Hospital Physician General Surgery Board Review Manual, 2004; 8(1):1-12

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Abstracts: 1. Haines KL, Downs JB, Cuculich C, Bowen B, Murr MM, Gallagher SF. Postoperative Hypoxemia: A Common, Undetected and Unsuspected Complication of Bariatric Surgery. Presented at the 2008 Academic Surgical Congress; Huntington Beach, CA: February, 2008. Journal of Surgical Research, 2008. 2. Gallagher SF, Baksh K, Wahi M, Haines K, Enriquez J, Lee A, Murr M, JP Fabri. Hospital Volume Is Inversely Correlated to Adverse Outcomes in a Statewide Analysis of 1,816 Adrenalectomies. 2007 American Association for Endocrine Surgery; Tuscon, AZ; April, 2007. 3. Kuruba, Rajesh; Martinez, Ferdinand; Torrella, Tracy; Haines, Krista; Nelson, Lana; Almahmeed, Tahgreed; Gallagher, Scott F; Murr, Michel M. Bariatric Surgery Improves Stress Urinary Incontinence in Morbidly Obese Individuals. 2007 American Society for Bariatric Surgery; San Diego, CA; June 11-15, 2007. 4. Gallagher SF, Haines KL, Sigua C, Peng Y, Murr MM. Inducible Nitric Oxide Synthase Mediates Acute Pancreatitis-Induced Ileus in Rodents, Journal of Surgical Research 2007; 137(2). Presented at 2007 Academic Surgical Congress; Phoenix, AZ; February 7-9, 2007. 5. Haines K, Wahi M, Enriquez J, Lee A, Fabri JP, Murr MM, Gallagher SF, Establishing Benchmarks for Inpatient Parathyroidectomy, A Statewide Analysis of 5,702 Procedures. Journal of Surgical Research 2007; 137(2). Presented at the 2007 Academic Surgical Congress; Phoenix, AZ; February 7-9, 2007; 6. Peng Y, Sigua C, Gallagher SF, Murr MM. Deletion of Toll-Like Receptor-4 (TLR4) Downregulates Protein Kinase C- (PKC-) and Attenuates Liver Injury in Experimental Pancreatitis. Journal of Surgical Research 2007; 137(2). Presented at the 2007 Academic Surgical Congress; Phoenix, AZ; February 7-9, 2007. 7. Gallagher SF, Haines K, Sigua C, Peng Y, Murr MM. The Role of Nitric Oxide and Tumor Necrosis Factor in Pancreatitis-Induced Ileus. 2006 Pancreas Club; Los Angeles, CA; May 19, 2006. 8. Peng Y, Sigua C, Gallagher SF, Murr MM. Protein Kinase C-Zeta is Critical in Acute Pancreatitis-Induced Kupffer Cell Apoptosis. 2006 Society for Surgery of the Alimentary Tract; Los Angeles, CA; May 22, 2006. 9. Almahmeed T, Ingram M, Tracy, Gallagher SF, Murr MM. Is the Very Long Limb Roux-enY Gastric Bypass Effective for Patients with BMI>60kg/m2? An Analysis of Long-term Follow-up in a Cohort of 118 Patients. 2006 Society for Surgery of the Alimentary Tract; Los Angeles, CA; May 22, 2006. 10. Gallagher SF, Haines K, Sigua C, Peng Y, Murr MM. The Role of NO and TNF in Pancreatitis-Induced Ileus. 2006 Association for Academic Surgery/Academic Surgical

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Congress; San Diego, CA; February 9, 2006; published abstract Journal of Surgical Research (add citation). 11. Murr MM, Martin T, Haines KS, Nelson L, Gonzalez R, Gallagher SF. Statewide Bariatric Surgery Outcomes in Florida; Presented at the American Society for Bariatric Surgery; Orlando, FL; June 30, 2005. 12. Peng Y, Gallagher SF, Haines K, Murr MM. The Role of p65 NF-B/RelA in PancreatitisInduced Kupffer Cell Apoptosis. 2005 Society for Surgery of the Alimentary Tract; Chicago, IL; May 2005. 13. Peng Y, Gallagher SF, Haines K, Murr MM. The Role of p65 NF-B/RelA in PancreatitisInduced Kupffer Cell Apoptosis. 2005 Pancreas Club; Chicago, IL; May 15, 2005. 14. Peng Y, Gallagher SF, Haines K, Murr MM. The Role of Protein Kinases, IB, and NF-B in Regulating Kupffer Cell Apoptosis. 2005 American Gastroenterological Association; Chicago, IL; May 2005. 15. Gonzalez R, Haines K, Martin T, Dragnotti R, Kandil A, Nelson LG, Saff-Koche L, Gallagher SF, Murr MM. Objective Evidence That Bariatric Evidence Improves ObesityRelated Obstructive Sleep Apnea. 2005 Society for Surgery of the Alimentary Tract; Chicago, IL; May 2005. 16. Parsee A, Haines K, Gallagher SF, Murr MM. Cholecystectomy or Not? That is the question. Analysis of Gallbladder Pathology in Bariatric Surgery Patients. 2005 Society for Surgery of the Alimentary Tract; Chicago, IL; May 2005. 17. Gonzalez R, Nelson LG, Haines K, Gallagher SF, Murr MM. Added Morbidity Following Anastomotic Leaks in Patients Undergoing Roux-en-Y Gastric Bypass. 2005 American Society for Bariatric Surgery; Orlando, FL; June 29, 2005. 18. Nelson L, Gonzalez R, Gallagher SF, Haines K, Murr MM. Resolution of Gastroesophageal Reflux Following Laparoscopic Roux-en-Y Gastric Bypass. 2005 Southeastern Surgical Association, February 14, 2005. 19. Gonzalez R, Nelson LG, Haines K, Gallagher SF, Murr MM. Outcomes of Patients with BMI>60kg/m2 Undergoing Very Long Limb Roux-en-Y Gastric Bypass. 2005 Southeastern Surgical Association, February 14, 2005. 20. Gallagher SF, Peng Y, Baksh K, Haines K, Murr MM. NF-B Mediates Apoptosis Through Transcriptional Activation of Fas/FasL in Kupffer Cells. 2004 Association for Academic Surgery; Houston, TX; November 13, 2004. 21. Gallagher SF, Haines K, Carpenter H, Gonzalez R, Koche L, Shames M, Murr MM. Prophylactic IVC Filters During Bariatric Surgery: Optimal Prophylaxis or Wasted Resources? 2004 Society for Laparoendoscopic Surgery; New York, NY; October 1, 2004.

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22. Gonzalez R, Haines K, Gallagher SF, Murr MM. Does Experience Preclude Leaks in Laparoscopic Gastric Bypass? 2004 Society for Laparoendoscopic Surgery; New York; September 30, 2004. 23. Gallagher SF, Haines K, Peng Y, Baksh K, Yang J, Murr MM. Fas/FasL Interactions Play a Central Role In Pancreatitis-Induced Liver Injury. 2004 Florida Chapter & Jacksonville Chapter-American College of Surgeons; Amelia Island, FL; May 28, 2004. 24. Gonzalez R, Saff Koche L, Haines K, Gallagher SF, Smith R, Soto R, Murr MM. Predictive Factors of Thromboembolic Events in Patients Undergoing Roux-en-Y Gastric Bypass. 2004 Florida Chapter & Jacksonville Chapter-American College of Surgeons; Amelia Island, FL; May 28, 2004. 25. Gallagher SF, Peng Y, Haines K, Baksh K, Murr MM. Fas/FasL Interactions Play a Central Role in Pancreatitis-Induced Liver Injury. 2004 Pancreas Club; New Orleans, LA; May 16, 2004 (highest score). 26. Gallagher SF, Peng Y, Yang J, Haines K, Baksh K, Carpenter H, Murr MM. Fas/FasL Play an Important Role in Pancreatitis-Induced Liver Injury. Gastroenterology, April 2004 supplemental, accepted. 27. Haines K, Gallagher S, Yang J, Baksh K, Epling-Burnette PK, Gower Jr W, Bai F, Murr MM. The Interesting Role of Kupffer Cell-Derived Fas Ligand During Acute Pancreatitis-Induced Liver Injury. 2004 USF Research Day, (Poster). 28. Carpenter H, Haines K, Gallagher S, Parsee A, Gonzalez R, Murr MM. Minimizing Anastomotic Failures in Laparoscopic Roux-en-Y Gastric Bypass. 2004 USF Research Day. 29. Gallagher SF, Haines K, Parsee AM, Gonzalez R, Murr MM. Important Considerations in Preventing Anastomotic Failures in Laparoscopic Roux-en-Y Gastric Bypass (RYGB). 2004 SAGES, accepted for publication as an abstract in Surgical Endoscopy. 30. Gallagher SF, Yang J, Haines K, Epling-Burnette PK, Bai F, Gower Jr WR, Norman J, Murr MM. Gadolinium Inhibits Fas-mediated Liver Injury from Kupffer Cells. Journal of Surgical Research 2003; 114(3):256-257. 31. Gallagher SF, Ross SB, Shalhub S, Murr MM, Fabri PJ, Karl RC. The ACGME Outcome Project and Work Hours: Realistic Expectations or False Hopes? Journal of Surgical Research 2003; 114(3):259-260. 32. Gallagher SF, Rickenbacher A, Yang J, Haines K, Balsiger B, Gower Jr WR, Norman JG, Murr MM. The Role of Nitric Oxide (NO) and Tumor Necrosis Factor (TNF) in PancreatitisInduced Ileus. Journal of the American College of Surgeons 2003; 197(3S):S12.

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33. Ross SB, Shalhub S, Gallagher SF, Parsee A, Haines K, Murr MM. The Importance of Routine Liver Biopsy for Diagnosing NASH during Bariatric Procedures. Thirty-second Annual Meeting of the Florida Surgical Society, Orlando, FL; June 26-29, 2003. 34. Shalhub S, Parsee A, Gallagher SF, Haines K, Wilkomm C, Pinkas H, Saff-Koche L, Murr MM. The Importance of Routine Liver Biopsy for Diagnosing NASH in Patients Undergoing Bariatric Procedures. Twentieth Annual 2003 American Society for Bariatric Surgery, Boston, MA; June 19-21, 2003. 35. Gallagher SF, Rickenbacher A, Haines K, Yang J, Balsiger B, Gower Jr W, Norman JG, Murr MM. Acute Pancreatitis Induces Ileus by Upregulating TNF and NO in the Small Intestine. 2003 Society of Surgeons of the Alimentary Tract, Orlando, FL; May 18-22, 2003 (Poster). 36. Gallagher SF, Yang J, Epling-Burnette PK, Gower Jr WR, Bai F, Kabash K, Norman J, Murr MM. Kupffer Cell-derived Fas Ligand Plays a Role in Pancreatitis-induced Liver Injury. 2003 Pancreas Club, Orlando, FL; May 18, 2003 (highest score). 37. Gallagher SF, Yang J, Epling-Burnette PK, Gower Jr WR, Bai F, Kabash K, Norman J, Murr MM. Kupffer Cell-derived Fas Ligand Plays a Role in Pancreatitis-induced Liver Injury. 2003 Society of Surgeons of the Alimentary Tract, May 18-22, 2003 (Poster). Gastroenterology 2003; 124(4)S1: A803. 38. Rickenbacher A, Gallagher SF, Yang J, Balsiger B, Gower Jr. WR, Norman JG, Murr MM. Acute Pancreatitis Induces Ileus by Upregulating TNF and Nitric Oxide in the Small Intestine. Gastroenterology 2003; 124(4)S1: A797. 39. Gallagher SF, Denham DW, Murr MM, Norman JG. The Impact of Minimally-Invasive Parathyroidectomy on the Treatment of Primary Hyperparathyroidism from the Endocrinologists' Perspective. 2003 American Association of Endocrine Surgery, San Diego, CA; May 11-14, 2003. 40. Shalhub S, Gallagher SF, Banasiak M, Pinkas H, Shapiro DH, Murr MM. The Prevalence of Non-Alcoholic Steatohepatitis (NASH) and Cirrhosis in Patients with Grossly Fatty Liver Detected During Bariatric Surgery. 2003 Southeastern Surgical Society; Savannah, GA. February 9-11, 2003. 41. Gallagher SF, Gonzalvo JP, Banasiak M, Paoli DP, Murr MM, Allwood JA, Shapiro DH. The Impact of Bariatric Surgery on the VAMC--A Cost Analysis. Nineteenth Annual American Society for Bariatric Surgery, Plenary Session; Las Vegas, NV. June 27, 2002. 42. Saif O, Gallagher SF, Shapiro DH, Murr MM. Who Should Be Doing Laparoscopic Bariatric Surgery? Nineteenth Annual Meeting American Society for Bariatric Surgery; Las Vegas, NV. June 25-28, 2002. 43. Gallagher SF, Banasiak M, Gonzalvo JP, Paoli DP, Allwood J, Murr MM, Shapiro DH. The Impact of Bariatric Surgery on the VAMC--A Cost Analysis. Thirty-first Annual Joint

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Meeting of the Florida Surgical Society & the Florida Chapter American College of Surgeons, Sarasota, FL. June 20, 2002. 44. Murr MM, Yang J, Fier A, Gallagher SF, Carter G, Gower WR, Norman JG. Regulation of Kupffer Cell TNF Gene Expression during Experimental Acute Pancreatitis: The Role of P38MAPK, ERK1/2, SAPK/JNK, and NF-kB. Gastroenterology 2002; 123(4)S1: pp. 45. Sung J, Lopez J, Gallagher S, Al-Saif O, Murr M. Outcomes of Colon Resections in Geriatric Patients. Journal of the American College of Surgeons 2002, 195(3S): S55. 46. Lopez J, Sung J, Anderson W, Stone J, Gallagher S, Shapiro D, Rosemurgy A, Murr M. Is Bariatric Surgery Safe and Cost Effective in Academic Centers? Southeastern Surgical Society; Nashville, TN. February 3-5, 2002. 47. Shalhub S, Banasiak M, Pinkas H, Gallagher S, Shapiro D, Murr M. The Prevalence of NonAlcoholic Steatohepatitis (NASH) and Cirrhosis in Patients Undergoing Bariatric Surgery. USF Research Day (First Place). 48. Gallagher SF, Wang-Rodriguez J, Cross K, Shapiro DH. Male Breast Cancer: A Review of the VAMC Experience (1983-2000). Thirtieth Annual Joint Meeting of the Florida Surgical Society & the Florida Chapter American College of Surgeons; Key West, FL. June 21, 2001. 49. Wang-Rodriguez J, Gallagher SF, Cross K, Shapiro DH. Male Breast Cancer: A Review of the VAMC Experience 1983-2000. VA Oncology Symposium, January 2000. 50. Gallagher SF, Flint LM, Gomez C, Desjardins C, Carey LC. Mortality, Cardiac Morbidity, and Outcome in Critically Injured Elderly Patients Who Survive at Least Three Days, Annual Meeting of the American College of Surgeons/Florida Committee on Trauma, Orlando, FL; November 10, 2000 (Third Place, Outstanding Resident Research Award). 51. Gallagher SF, Flint LM, Gomez C, Desjardins C, Carey LC. Mortality, Cardiac Morbidity, and Outcome in Critically Injured Elderly Patients Who Survive at Least Three Days, Twentyninth Annual Joint Meeting of the Florida Surgical Society & the Florida Chapter-American College of Surgeons, Lake Buena Vista, FL. November 10, 2000 (Outstanding Resident Research Award).

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Presentations/Lectures (invited): 1. Hospital Volume Is Inversely Related to Adverse Outcomes in a Statewide Analysis of 1,816 Adrenalectomies. 2007 American Association for Endocrine Surgery; Tucson, AZ; May 1, 2007. 2. The Role of Inducible Nitric Oxide Synthase in Acute Pancreatitis-Induced Ileus in Rodents. 2007 Academic Surgical Congress; Phoenix, AZ; February 9, 2007. 3. An Update in Endocrine Surgery: Controversies & Issues. 2006 Department of Surgery Grand Rounds; Tampa, FL; October 30, 2006. 4. The ACGME Case Log System. Resident & Intern Education Series, Department of Surgery, USF Health; Tampa, FL; July 3, 2006. 5. The Role of Nitric Oxide and Tumor Necrosis Factor in Pancreatitis-Induced Ileus. 2006 Association for Academic Surgery/Academic Surgical Congress; San Diego, CA; February 9, 2006. 6. Bariatric Surgery & Multidisciplinary Teams. 2006 Endocrinology Noon CME Conference; Tampa, FL; January 10, 2006. 7. Acute Pancreatitis: Pathophysiology & Controversies. 2005 Department of Surgery Grand Rounds; Tampa, FL; November, 28, 2005. 8. Nutrition in the Surgical Patients. Resident & Medical Student Educational Series, USF Health Sciences Center, Department of Surgery; Tampa, FL; August 29, 2005. 9. ACGME Resident Case Logs 2005. Resident & Intern Orientation, USF Health Sciences Center, Department of Surgery; Tampa, FL; June 30, 2005. 10. Bariatric Surgery: Overview & Options. 2005 Community Education Series; Tampa, FL; June 14, 2005. 11. Overview of Obesity, Comorbidities, & Risks in Bariatric Surgery. 2005 Medical Student Clerkship 5; Tampa, FL; April 22, 2005. 12. Multidisciplinary Teams: The Bariatric Surgery Model. 2005 Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology Grand Rounds; Tampa, FL; April 14, 2005. 13. Overview & Controversies of Acute Pancreatitis. 2005 Department of Surgery Grand Rounds; Tampa, FL; March 28, 2005. 14. Overview of Bariatric Surgery: RYGB & LapBand. 2005 Endocrinology Noon CME Conference; Tampa, FL; January 25, 2005.

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15. NF-B Mediates Apoptosis through Transcriptional Regulation of Fas/FasL in Kupffer Cells. 2004 Association for Academic Surgery; Houston, TX; November 13, 2004. 16. Controversies & Overview of Acute Pancreatitis. 2004 American Society for Abdominal Surgeons; Tampa, FL: November 6, 2004. 17. Unsuspected Liver Disease (NASH, NAFLD, & Cirrhosis) in Obese & Bariatric Patients. 2004 American Society for Abdominal Surgeons; Tampa, FL; November 6, 2004. 18. Bariatric Procedures. 2004 CME Course: An Update in Bariatric Surgery; Renaissance Tampa Hotel International Plaza, October 23, 2004. 19. Prophylactic IVC Filters During Bariatric Surgery: Optimal Prophylaxis or Wasted Resources? 2004 Society for Laparoendoscopic Surgery; New York, NY; September 29-30, 2004. 20. Nutrition in the Surgical and Trauma Patient. Resident & Medical Student Educational Series, USF Health Sciences Center, Department of Surgery; Tampa, FL; August 9, 2004. 21. Introduction to the ACGME Case Log System. Resident & Intern Orientation, USF Health Sciences Center, Department of Surgery; Tampa, FL; June 29, 2004. 22. Fas/FasL Play a Central Role in Pancreatitis-Induced Liver Apoptosis. 2004 Florida Chapter-American College of Surgeons; Amelia Island Plantation, FL; May 29, 2004, accepted. 23. Fas/FasL Play an Important Role in Pancreatitis-Induced Liver Injury. 2004 SSAT Plenary Session; New Orleans, LA; May 17, 2004. 24. Fas/FasL Play a Central Role in Pancreatitis-Induced Liver Injury. 2004 Pancreas Club, New Orleans, LA; May 16, 2004. 25. Fas/FasL Play an Important Role in Pancreatitis-Induced Liver Injury. 2004 SSAT Resident's Conference; New Orleans, LA; May 15, 2004. 26. Important Considerations in Minimizing Anastomotic Failures in Laparoscopic Rouxen-Y Gastric Bypass (RYGB). 2004 SAGES; Denver, CO; March 31-April 3, 2004 (Poster). 27. Acute Pancreatitis Induces FasL Gene Expression and Upregulates Apoptosis in the Liver. 2003 Association for Academic Surgery, Sacramento, CA; November 15, 2003. 28. The ACGME Outcomes Project, Work Hours, and Surgical Education: Realistic Expectations or False Hopes? 2003 Association for Academic Surgery; Sacramento, CA. November 15, 2003.

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29. The Role of Nitric Oxide (NO) and Tumor Necrosis Factor (TNF) in Pancreatitis-induced Ileus. American College of Surgeons 2003 Clinical Congress, Surgical Forum; Chicago, IL. October 21, 2003. 30. Bariatric Surgery Outcomes. Visiting Professor (Scott Melvin) Didactic Session; September 15, 2003. 31. Nutrition in Surgical Patients. Resident & Medical Student Educational Series, USF Health Sciences Center, Department of Surgery; Tampa, FL. July 17, 2003. 32. ACGME Resident Case Log System. Resident & Intern Orientation, USF Health Sciences Center, Department of Surgery; Tampa, FL. June 27, 2003. 33. Burns, Trauma & Resuscitation. ATLS; Tampa, FL. June 29, 2003. 34. Minimally Invasive Parathyroidectomy and Its Effect on Endocrinologist Practice Patterns. 2003 Florida Surgical Society; Orlando, FL. June 26, 2003. 35. Acute Pancreatitis Induces Ileus by Upregulating TNF and NO in the Small Intestine. 2003 SSAT Resident's Conference; Orlando, FL. May 17, 2003. 36. The Pathophysiology of Acute Pancreatitis and End-Organ Injury. Visiting Professor (Carlos A. Pelligrini) Didactic Presentation, Tampa, FL. May 5, 2003. 37. Minimally Invasive Parathyroidectomy and Its Effect on Endocrinologists Practice Patterns. 2003 American Association of Endocrine Surgeons; San Diego, CA. May 12, 2003. 38. Acute Renal Failure from a Surgeon's Perspective. Resident & Medical Student Educational Series, USF College of Medicine; Tampa, FL. February 17, 2003. 39. The Impact of Mid-Level Providers on Resident Surgical Education: "Thoughts from a Resident". Eighty-ninth Annual Clinical Congress, American College of Surgeons, General Session; San Francisco, CA. October 9, 2002. 40. Nutrition in the "Surgical" Patient. Resident & Medical Student Educational Series, USF College of Medicine; Tampa, FL. August 12, 2002. 41. The Impact of Bariatric Surgery on the VAMC--A Cost Analysis. Nineteenth Annual Meeting American Society for Bariatric Surgery; Las Vegas, NV. June 27, 2002. 42. The Impact of Bariatric Surgery on the VAMC--A Cost Analysis. Thirty-first Annual Joint Meeting of The Florida Surgical Society & The Florida Chapter American College of Surgeons; Sarasota, FL. June 20, 2002. 43. The Impact of Bariatric Surgery on the VAMC--Costs & Benefits. Grand Rounds, Department of Surgery, University of South Florida; Tampa, FL. June 7, 2002.

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44. Acute Intestinal Ischemia. Vascular Surgery Conference; Tampa, FL. June 2002. 45. Cystic Neoplasms of the Pancreas. Visiting Professor (Douglas Evans) Presentation; Tampa, FL. April 19, 2002. 46. Integrity, Alcohol & Patriotism. Ohio Wesleyan University Epsilon Chapter House Dedication (Key Note Presentation); Delaware, OH. October 27, 2001. 47. Acute Mesenteric Ischemia. Visiting Professor (Thomas Gadacz) Didactic Presentation; Tampa, FL. October 26, 2001. 48. Male Breast Cancer: Risk Factors, Prognostic Indicators, & Adjuvant Therapy. Internal Visiting Professor (Rodney Durham); Tampa, FL. September 27, 2001. 49. Male Breast Cancer: A Review of the VAMC Experience (1983-2000). Thirtieth Annual Joint Meeting of The Florida Surgical Society & The Florida Chapter of the American College of Surgeons; Key West, FL. June 21, 2001. 50. Mortality, Cardiac Morbidity, & Outcomes in the Critically Injured Elderly. Internal Visiting Professor (Larry Carey); Tampa, FL. April 2001. 51. Critically Injured Elderly Patients. Annual Meeting American College of Surgeons/Florida Committee on Trauma; Orlando, FL. November 10, 2000. 52. Critically Injured Elderly Patients. Twenty-ninth Annual Joint Meeting of The Florida Surgical Society & The Florida Chapter of the American College of Surgeons; Lake Buena Vista, FL. November 10, 2000. 53. Popliteal Artery Entrapment Syndrome. Vascular Conference; Tampa, FL. March 2000.

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Medical Education, Continuing Medical Education Courses & Panel Discussions: 1. Surgery as a Career. Surgery Interest Group, December 2006. 2. Bariatric Surgery: Overview & Outcomes. Medical Student Colloquium II (Second Year), October 2006. 3. Bariatric Surgery: An Overview of Surgical Options & Outcomes. Medical Student Colloquium I (First Year), September 2005. 4. Perspective on Surgery at the Beginning of an Academic Surgical Career. Careers in Surgery: Medical Student Colloquium II (Second Year), August 2005. 5. An Update on Bariatric Surgery & Obesity. Bariatric Surgery: Overview & Options; Tampa, FL; June 14, 2005. 6. Symposium on Contemporary Bariatric Surgery, Panel Discussion, Tampa Bay Surgical Society; Tampa, FL; November 18, 2004. 7. An Update in Bariatric Surgery, Course Co-Director; Renaissance Tampa Hotel International Plaza, October 23, 2004. 8. Current Results and Financial Considerations in Bariatric Surgery. Laparoscopic Bariatric Surgery, University of Miami Medical Center; Miami, FL; July 9-10, 2004. 9. Adolescent Bariatric Surgery. Laparoscopic Bariatric Surgery, University of Miami Medical Center; Miami, FL; July 9-10, 2004.

Training: 1. Conference on Obesity 2006; Sand Key Clearwater, FL. 2. Career Development Course; AAS Fall Courses 2005; San Francisco, CA. 3. Controversies in Surgery Course 2004; The Ohio State University Center for Minimally Invasive Surgery; Columbus, OH. 4. Inamed Lap-Band Course 2004; Dallas, TX. 5. Laparoscopic Bariatric Surgery Course at University of Miami 2004; Miami, FL (Faculty). 6. The 3rd Annual Surgery of the Foregut Symposium, The Section of Minimally Invasive Surgery and the Bariatric Institute at Cleveland Clinic Florida 2004; Coral Gables, FL. 7. Advances in Minimally Invasive Surgery Course 2004, The Ohio State University Center for Minimally Invasive Surgery; Marco Island, FL. 8. Ralph F. Burns Leadership Institute, Lead Facilitator Training; Indianapolis, IN. 9. ATLS Instructor Course 2003, Tampa, FL. 10. Ralph F. Burns Leadership Institute, Lead Facilitator Training 2002; Indianapolis, IN. 11. The 13th Annual Fundamentals of Surgical Research Course 2002; Boston, MA. 12. NLC Society Facilitator Training 2002; Indianapolis, IN. 13. Controversies in Surgery Course 2002; The Ohio State University Center for Minimally Invasive Surgery; Columbus, OH. 14. Methods in Molecular Biology 2002; USF/Tampa, FL. 15. NLC Society Facilitator Training 2001; Cincinnati, OH. 16. The 11th Annual Fundamentals of Surgical Research Course 2000; Tampa, FL. 17. 2000 NLC Society Facilitator Training 2000; Washington DC.

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