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Justin Steele, M.D.

Justin Steele, M.D.
Justin Steele, M.D.
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Employment

Attending Surgeon, General and Advanced Laparoscopic Surgery,
St. Vincent's Hospital Manhattan, NY and Englewood Hospital, Englewood, NJ
7/2007-2010
Biliary and Pancreatic Surgery of NY, Attending Surgeon
Beth Israel Medical Center, NY
1/2010-Present

Appointments

Medical Advisory Board, Health and Humanitarian Aid Foundation                                6/2010-Present

Residency Training

Residency-St. Vincent's Hospital Manhattan 7/2003-6/2007
Internship- St. Vincent's Hospital Manhattan 7/2002-6/2003

Education

State University at Stony Brook, School of Medicine
Doctorate of Medicine
Academic and Clinical Honors:
Anatomy, Pathology, Neuroscience, Cardiology, Pulmonary, Reproduction, Surgery, Medicine, Pediatrics, Family Medicine, Emergency Medicine, Ob/Gyn, Surgical Sub-Internship, Surgical Selectives Vasc/Onc, Thoracic Surgery
5/2002

Tufts University
B.S., double major in Biology and Classics

5/1996

Honors

NCAA All-American 8 x 200 freestyle relay, 200 medley relay 1994, 1996
NCAA Academic All-American 1996
The Boston Greek Prize, Classics Department, Tufts University
-For meritorious achievement in Greek translation
1995
Academic All-New England Small College Athletic Conference 1996
Hal Onuseitt Coach's Award Recipient, Tufts University
-To a swimmer whose enthusiasm, dedication and loyalty has been an inspiration to the coaching staff
1995
Dean's List, Tufts University 1994-1996
Superior Academic achievement award Delta Tau Delta, Tufts University
-Awarded to those who consistently maintained a high academic standard
1995
Athlete of the Year, Delta Tau Delta, Tufts University 1996
Varsity Letters 1993- 1996

Research

Harvard Medical School, Center for Biochemical and Biophysical Sciences
Research Assistant                                                                                                         8/1996-7/1998

-Studied the effects of angiogenin and hypoxia on human tumor cell growth.  Responsibilities included the culture and maintenance of neoplastic human cell lines, surgical grafting of human cell lines on animal subjects and transfection of cell lines with anti-sense RNA of angiogenin.

SUNY at Stony Brook, School of Medicine, Department of Surgery
Laboratory Assistant                                                                                                    Summer 1995

-Investigated the effects of hemorrhagic shock on animal models. Responsibilities included surgical placement of catheters and cardiac punctures.  Maintained database of project information.

Publications

S. Neragi-Miandoab, J. Terlizzi, C. Mills & J. Steele: Jejunal diverticulitis masked by subhepatic collection. The Internet Journal of Surgery. 2009 Volume 19 Number 1

M.Wayne, R. Narang, A. Chauhdry, J. Steele: Hepatic actinomycosis mimicking an isolated tumor recurrence. World Journal of Surgical Oncology, 2011 Vol. 9

M. Wayne, A. Cooperman, R. Narang, B. Abbadessa, J Bratcher, W. Brown,  J. Steele, F. Kasmin: Proximal Gastrojejunal Reconstruction after Pancreaticoduodenal Resection.

Abstracts

J. Raccuia MD, J. Steele MD, I. Nichiporenko MD: Hepatectomy after Neoadjuvant Chemotherapy for Intially Unresectable Liver Metastases from Colorectal Cancer, Ninth Americas Hepatopancreatobiliary Congress, March 12th-15th 2009

M. Wayne MD, J. Steele MD, A. Cooperman MD: PANCREATIC ANASTOMOSIS IN THE SOFT PANCREAS AFTER PANCREATICODUODENAL RESECTION,  AHPBA 2012 March 7th- 11th

M. Wayne MD, J. Steele MD, A. Cooperman MD: SKELTONIZATION NOT RESECTION OF THE SUPERIOR MESENTERIC VEIN IN PDR,  AHPBA 2012 March 7th- 11th
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