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A-Z Faculty

Below is a list of all surgical faculty. View individual profiles of our faculty members — with publication and contact information, research and clinical specialties and more — via the links below.

Raffensperger, John

Raffensperger, John

Professor Emeritus of Surgery

Rajjoub, Samer R

Rajjoub, Samer R

Health System Clinician of Surgery (Surgical Oncology)

Raval, Mehul V

Raval, Mehul V

Professor of Surgery (Pediatric General Surgery) and Pediatrics

Bio

Mehul V. Raval, MD, MS grew up in a small town in North Carolina. From a young age he was mesmerized by science and medicine. Dr. Raval completed is undergraduate studies as the University of North Ca... [more]

Resnick, Scott A

Resnick, Scott A

Professor of Radiology (Vascular and Interventional Radiology) and Surgery (Vascular Surgery)

Bio

Interventional radiology

Reynolds, Marleta

Reynolds, Marleta

Professor of Surgery (Pediatric General Surgery)

Bio

My clinical interests lie in surgery to correct developmental anomalies, hernias, undescended testes, surgery for tumors or cancers of the neck, chest and abdomen and endocrine disorders.

Rodriguez, Heron E

Rodriguez, Heron E

Professor of Surgery (Vascular Surgery) and Radiology

Bio

Heron E. Rodriguez, M.D.'s clinical activities focus on arterial and venous surgery and percutaneous interventions. Areas of special interest include lower extremity revascularization and arterial ane... [more]

Rohan, Vinayak S

Rohan, Vinayak S

Associate Professor of Surgery (Organ Transplantation)

Roitberg-Tambur, Anat

Roitberg-Tambur, Anat

Research Professor of Surgery (Organ Transplantation)

Bio

HLA epitopes, TRANSPLANT IMMUNOLOGY, HUMORAL IMMUNOTY, HLA ANTIBODEIS,

Rowell, Erin

Rowell, Erin

Associate Professor of Surgery (Pediatric General Surgery)

Bio

Dr. Rowell is a pediatric surgeon with expertise in minimally invasive surgery; congenital anomalies; anorectal malformations; prenatal counseling for fetal anomalies; hernias and undescended testes; ... [more]

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