Cherif N. Boutros
Division of Surgical Oncology
University of Maryland, USA
Dr. Cherif N Boutros chief of surgical oncology at BWMC received his medical degree from Alexandria University in Egypt and completed a full surgical training as well as a Master of Surgical Science at Paris University. He completed an internship in general surgery at New York Presbyterian Hospital of Columbia University in New York City and residency in general surgery at Newark Beth Israel Medical Center and Monmouth Medical Center in New Jersey. Dr. Boutros also completed an accredited surgical oncology fellowship at Roger Williams Medical Center in Providence Rhode Island and received additional training in hepatobilary and pancreatic surgery at the Hepatobiliary Center at Paul Brousse Hospital in Paris, France. Dr. Boutros has a special interest in the treatment and research of gastrointestinal surgical pathologies and hepatobiliary and pancreatic cancers.
Dr. Boutros has a special interest in the treatment and research of gastrointestinal surgical pathologies and hepatobiliary and pancreatic cancers.
Ashokkumar B Jain
Director, Department of Liver Transplantation
Temple University, Philadelphia, USA
Ashok kumar Jain, with 25 years experience in Liver Transplantation, graduated from T.N.MedicalCollege,Bombay, India. Masters in Surgery from Bombay University.Surgical training,UK.AtUniversity of Pittsburg, USA, mentored by Thomas Starzl, who performed first successful human liver transplantation.Faculty at Pittsburgfor 14 years, then atUniversity of Rochester.Presently Director, Liver Transplantation,TempleUniversityHospital, Philadelphia, wherehe restartedliver transplantation after eight years.Performed over 1,500 transplants, authored over 250 articles, constant invitee in conferences worldwide.Member,journal editorial boards and advisory bodies. Made substantial contributions immunosuppressant pharmacokinetics. Mentored generations of transplant surgeons.
Ashok research interest include Liver Transplantation