Dr. Shawn Rangel presents at Grand Rounds

Dr. Rangel is a Pediatric General Surgeon and currently serves as the Senior Surgical Advisor for Quality & Safety; Weitzman Family Chair for the Advancement of Quality & Safety at Boston’s Children’s Hospital. The topic of his presentation at Surgical Grand Rounds was ‘The Past, Present & Future of Pediatric NSQIP: Evolution from Safety Registry to a Comprehensive Comparative Performance Platform’.

Dr. Rangel is seen here with Dr. David Rothstein, Associate Professor, Associate Program Director, Pediatric Surgeon Oishei Children‘s Hospital of Buffalo, Department of Surgery

Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus Open House (4/13/19)

Dr. Jinwei Hu helping high school students
Dr. Jinwei Hu, a year 3 Surgery Resident, helping high school students learn some of the skills necessary to preform minimally invasive surgery, known as Laparoscopy.
Dr. Brian Quaranto teaching individuals to suture.
Dr. Brian Quaranto, a 2nd year Surgical Resident, teaching individuals to suture at the annual Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus Open House.
Dr. Joshua Burke teaching how to suture.
Dr. Joshua Burke, a 3rd year resident, assisting members of the community learn how to suture.
Thomas Springer speaking about the different paths to become a health care professional.
Thomas Springer, Associate Director of UB RIS²E², speaking with high school students and their parents regarding college programs and the many different paths that can be taken to end up as a health care professional.

Dr. Wells Messersmith, Professor and Head, Division of Medical Oncology Associate Director for Translational Research University of Colorado Cancer Center University of Colorado School of Medicine

Seen here with close friend and colleague, Dr. Csaba Gajdos, Dr. Wells Messersmith presented at Surgical Grand Rounds on the topic of evolving therapies for advanced/metastatic colorectal cancer. Dr. Messersmith is nationally known for his work and expertise in GI cancers, mostly focusing on colorectal tumors, both primary and metastatic.