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    • CURRICULUM VITAEJAMES CLARENCE ROSSER, JR., M.D., F.A.C.S.Chief of Minimally Invasive Surgery and Director of the Advanced Medical Technology InstituteOFFICE ADDRESS: Beth Israel Medical Center Department of Surgery 350 East 17th Street, 16BH New York, New York 10003 Phone: (212) 420-4337 FAX: (212) 844-1039 E-mail: jrosser@chpnet.orgHOME ADDRESS: 505 Comly Avenue Rye Brook, New York 10573 Phone: (914) 937-6801DATE OF BIRTH: September 14, 1954 - Rome, MississippiSPOUSE: Dana Mitchell RosserCHILDREN: Kevin S. Rosser Duane C. Rosser Angela N. Rosser Taylor E. Rosser Tianna M. RosserEDUCATIONGentry High School, Indianola, Mississippi High School Diploma, 1971University of Mississippi, Oxford, Mississippi Bachelor of Arts, Chemistry and Biology, 1974University of Mississippi School of Medicine, Jackson, Mississippi Doctor of Medicine, 1980TRAININGGeneral Surgery Residency, 1980-1985Akron General Medical Center, Akron, OhioOhio Chief Resident in General Surgery, 1984-1985
    • Curriculum Vitae -2- James C. Rosser, Jr., MDAkron General Medical Center, Akron, OhioACADEMIC APPOINTMENTSClinical Instructor of Surgery, Northeastern Ohio Universities College of Medicine, Rootstown,Ohio, 1985-1991Clinical Assistant Professor of Surgery, Northeastern Ohio Universities College of Medicine,Rootstown, Ohio, 1991-1994Assistant Professor of Surgery, Department of Surgery, Yale University School of Medicine, NewHaven, Connecticut, 1994-1999Associate Professor of Surgery, Department of Surgery, Yale University School of Medicine, NewHaven, Connecticut, 1999-2002Professor of Surgery, Department of Surgery, Albert Einstein School of Medicine, New York, NewYork, 2003-presentHOSPITAL APPOINTMENTSTeaching Attending in Surgery, Akron General Medical Center, Akron, Ohio, 1985-1994Consultant in Surgery, Barberton Citizens Hospital, Barberton, Ohio, 1986-1994Teaching Attending in Surgery, Children’s Hospital Medical Center, Akron, Ohio, 1986-1994Consultant in Surgery, Union Hospital, Dover, Ohio, 1988-1994Consultant in Surgery, The Bellevue Hospital, Bellevue, Ohio, 1988-1994Consultant in Surgery, Washington General Hospital, Washington, Pennsylvania, 1988-1994Consultant in Surgery, Academic Medical Center, Amsterdam, Netherlands, 1991-1994Consultant in Surgery, Riverview Hospital, Detroit, Michigan, 1992-presentConsultant in Surgery, Providence Hospital, Washington, DC, 1993-1995Consultant in Surgery, Middlesex Hospital, Middletown, Connecticut, 1997-presentConsultant in Surgery, Vassar Brothers Hospital, Poughkeepsie, New York, 1997-presentConsultant in Surgery, Saint Francis Hospital, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 1997Consultant in Surgery, Cabrini Medical Center, New York, New York, 1997Chief of Videoendoscopic Surgery,Yale-New Haven Hospital, New Haven, Connecticut,1994-2002Consultant in Surgery, Veterans Affairs Medical Center, West Haven, Connecticut, 1994-2002Chief, Minimally Invasive Surgery, Department of Surgery, Beth Israel Medical Center, New York, New York 2002-presentDirector, Advanced Medical Technologies Institute (AMTI),
    • Curriculum Vitae -3- James C. Rosser, Jr., MD Beth Israel Medical Center, New York, New York 2002-presentMEDICAL CENTER AND UNIVERSITY SERVICEAkron General Medical Center, Akron, Ohio Director, Laparoscopic Surgery Unit, Department of Surgery 1990-1994 Member, Utilization Review Committee 1990-1994 Member, Endoscopy Committee 1990-1994 Member, Surgical Peer Review Committee 1990-1994Children’s Hospital Medical Center, Akron, Ohio Start-up Director and Preceptor, Laparoscopic Surgery, Department of Pediatric Surgery 1990-1994Union Hospital, Dover, Ohio Start-up Director and Preceptor, Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy and Colon Surgery Program, Department of Surgery 1990-1994The Bellevue Hospital, Bellevue, Ohio Start-up Director and Preceptor, Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy Program, Department of Surgery 1990-1992Washington General Hospital, Washington, Pennsylvania Start-up Director and Preceptor, Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy Program, Department of Surgery 1990-1994Riverview Hospital, Detroit, Michigan Preceptor, Advanced Laparoscopic Procedures Program, Department of Surgery 1992-presentProvidence Hospital, Washington, DC Preceptor, Laparoscopic Colon Surgery and Advanced Laparoscopic Procedures Program, Department of Surgery 1993-1995Middlesex Hospital, Middletown, Connecticut Preceptor, Advanced Laparoscopic Procedures Program, Department of Surgery 1997-present
    • Curriculum Vitae -4- James C. Rosser, Jr., MDYale University School of Medicine, New Haven, Connecticut Director, Yale-Endo-Laparoscopic Center, Department of Surgery 1994-2002 Faculty Member, Section of Surgical Gastroenterology, Department Of Surgery 1994-2002 Member, Operating Room Committee 1994-2002 Member, Yale-New Haven Hospital Endoscopy Committee 1994-2002 Chairman, Yale-New Haven Hospital Laparoscopic Committee 1994-2002Beth Israel Medical Center, New York, New York Chief, Minimally Invasive Surgery, Department of Surgery 2002-present Director, Advanced Medical Technologies Institute 2002-presentLICENSUREMississippi State Board of Medical Licensure #9180 1980(Not Active)State Medical Board of Ohio #35-04-6798 1980(Not Active)State of Connecticut #033807 1994(Active)State of New York #223665–1 2002(Active)-presentBOARD CERTIFICATIONAmerican Board of Surgery #35560 1990, 2001MILITARY SERVICENoneCONTINUING EDUCATIONBrompton Cardio-Thoracic Intern Fellowship, Elective (3 months) London, England 1980Certified in Advanced Trauma Life Support, Trauma Surgeon Akron, Ohio 1990United States Surgical Corporation, Laboratory Training Program and Seminar in AutoSuture Surgical Staplers 1990Certification in Endo-Cholecystectomy Training, United States Surgical Corporation/University of Maryland School of Medicine, Baltimore, Maryland 1990Certification for Advanced Operative Laparoscopy for General Surgery Education Design, Inc., Marietta, Georgia 1991Certification for Advanced Surgeons Preceptorship in Laparoscopic Hysterectomy, Education Design, Inc., Marietta, Georgia 1991HONORS AND AWARDSOmega Psi Phi Fraternity, University of Mississippi 1973
    • Curriculum Vitae -5- James C. Rosser, Jr., MDAkron Black Nurses’ Association, Education Award, Annual Health Symposium, Akron, Ohio 1988, 1990Youth Awareness Award, Tuslaw High School 1989Golden Apple Teaching Award, Professor of the Year, NEOUCOM-Akron General Medical Center 1991Cultural Awareness Award, Culture Club of Central-Hower High School 1991Special Recognition, The Bellevue Hospital Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy Educational Program 1991Tri-County Association of Surgical Technologists, “Education Award” 1991American Cancer Society, Cancer in Black Americans Leadership Award 1991United States Surgical Corporation, “Outstanding Contribution to Education Award” 1991Scholarly Contribution Award, Kent State University, “Outstanding Contributions and Scholarship in the Field of Medicine” 1992Caring Citizen Award, Litchfield Middle School, Akron, Ohio 1992Medical Assisting Externship Education Award, University of Akron 1993Ohio State Medical Association, AMA Award for Science and Art of Medicine and the Betterment of Public Health 1993The Ohio House of Representatives, “Outstanding Community Service 1993 Award”Honorary Distinction, International Symposium on Advanced Laparo- Endoscopic Surgery, Athens, Greece 1993, 1995SAGES 1993 Annual Scientific Session, “Anatomic Review in Order to Avoid Nerve Injuries Associated with Laparoscopic Inguinal Hernia Repair”, Phoenix, AZ 1993“Key To The City Award”, Outstanding Medical Contributions, Detroit, Michigan 1993In Appreciation for an Excellent Seminar, “Showers of Blessings”, Unity Church Of God In Christ, Akron, Ohio 1993“Key To The City Award”, Outstanding Medical Contributions, Akron, Ohio 1994
    • Curriculum Vitae -6- James C. Rosser, Jr., MDCited in “The Best Doctors in America: Northeast Region”, Woodward/ White, Inc., Publisher 1996, 1997, 1998Teleconference Magazine Telecommunication Academy Award, Telementoring and Operation Outreach Project, “Most Significant Advance in Telemedicine Overall for 1996” 199615th Annual Teleconference Magazine Telecommunication Academy Award, 3rd Place, “Most Outstanding Broadcast for Public Good And Community Service” 1996Computerworld Smithsonian Award, Technical Achievements in Medicine 1997, 1998, 2000National Role Model Award from Minority Access, Inc. 2000Citation by University of Mississippi for pioneering work in surgery 2000?OBH award? In Savannah 2001SCLC Charles Drew Health Award 200212th Living Legend in Medicine Award, Joseph Henry Tyler, Jr., Chapter of the National Medical Association 2002Ethicon Endosurgery Regional Award for Education 2003Ethicon Endosurgery National Award for Surgical Education 2004University of Mississippi Alumni Hall of Fame Award 2004SCIENTIFIC INNOVATIONS/CONTRIBUTIONSDevelopment of an inanimate model to train surgeons how to explore the common bile ductlaparoscopicallyDesign of restraining device for instruments to decrease number of surgeons required to performlaparoscopic cholecystectomyDesign of special holder for laparoscopic instruments (Laparoscopic Saddle Bag).Design of surgical drape and camera holders used in laparoscopic cholecystectomy.Design of video trainer to teach laparoscopic suturingDesign consultant for U.S. Surgical Corporation, Stryker, Circon-CabotDevelopment of laparoscopic skills and suturing kit for establishment of a mobile skills labDevelopment of a mobile telemedicine unitDevelopment of an objective-based laparoscopic skill acquisition and assessment programLead investigator of “Operation Outreach”, a telementoring proof of concept project
    • Curriculum Vitae -7- James C. Rosser, Jr., MDLead investigator of “Operation Housecall”, a proof of concept project to develop mobiletelemedicine applicationsLead investigator of “Operation Full Court Press”, a demonstration of multidisciplinary telemedicalapplications between multiple institutionsDesigner of Signature Series Laparoscopic Suturing DevicesDesigner of laparoscopic irrigation and aspiration devicesDesigner of full line of ergonomic laparoscopic cholecystectomy instruments (Solo Surgeon Set)Designer of Infra-red localization and sizing device for laparoscopic esophageal proceduresDevelopment of CD-ROM multimedia instructional programs for surgical education (twelve)Lead investigator of “Operation Messiah”, application of telemedicine techniques in surgery.Cybersurgery in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. March 20-28, 2000Lead Investigator of “Operation Iron Hand”, wireless ergonomic data gathering of physiologicalmeasurements during surgery. Phase I (Nov. 13 2000) Initial Organization. Phase II DataGathering Demonstration March 27, 2001 at USSC. Phase III Clinical Testing in Santo Domingo.Phase IV Clinical Deployment in the U.S. Phase V Report Data to USSC.Lead Investigator of “Operation Eagle Eye”, {describe}Lead Investigator of “Operation Sky Hook”, {describe} balloonLead Investigator of “Operation Beating Heart”, pre-participation screening medical evaluation todetect risks associated with sudden death due to cardiopulmonary arrest in athletes.MEMBERSHIPS IN PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIESSouthern Medical Society 1980American Medical Association (AMA) 1980Ohio State Medical Association 1981National Medical Association 1985Summit County Medical Society 1986 - 1994International College of Surgeons 1991Society of American Gastrointestinal Endoscopic Surgeons (SAGES) 1992Fellow, American College of Surgeons (ACS) 1993European Association for Endoscopic Surgery 1994Society of Laparoscopic Surgery 2002OFFICES HELD, COMMITTEE MEMBERSHIPS, AND CONSULTANTSHIPSResearch and Development Committee, United States Surgical Corporation 1991 - presentAmerican College of Surgeons, Ohio Chapter 1992Clinical Advisory Board Member, Stryker Endoscopy 1992 - presentChairperson, Esophageal Session, World Endoscopic Congress, Kyoto, Japan 1994Preceptoring and Visiting Professor, European Laparoscopic Congress, Laparoscopic Hernia and Laparoscopic Colon Surgery, Brussels, Belgium 1994Presenter International Laparoscopic Pediatric Summit, St. Moritz, Switzerland 1994Editorial Board, Surgical Laparoscopy & Endoscopy 1994 - presentChairperson, Minimally Invasive Section, ACS, Post-graduate Courses, New Orleans 1995
    • Curriculum Vitae -8- James C. Rosser, Jr., MDAd Hoc Reviewer, Surgical Endoscopy 1995 – presentAd Hoc Reviewer, Archives of Surgery 1995 – presentAd Hoc Reviewer, British Journal of Surgery 1995 – presentAd Hoc Reviewer, The Lancet 1995 – presentSpecial Reviewer for American College of Surgeons, Video Section, Laparoscopic Colon Surgery 1996Clinical Advisory Board Member, Computer Motion, “The Medical Robotics Company” 1996Connecticut Chapter of the American College of Surgeons and Connecticut Society of American Board Surgeons 1996Yale Surgical Society 1996Research and Development Committee, American Systems Corporation 1996Editorial Board, Journal of the Society of Laparoscopic Surgeons 1996 - presentChairperson, Top Gun Laparoscopic Skills Committee, ACS 1996 - presentChairperson, Minimally Invasive Section, ACS, Post-graduate Courses 1997Editor-in-Chief of SCOPIN’ Cyber-newsletter 2000TEACHINGAkron General Medical CenterLaparoscopic Cholecystectomy and Laparoscopic Surgery - Surgical Innovations and Consultations April, 1990Laparoscopic Inguinal Hernia Repair Course - Surgical Innovations and Consultations April, 1990Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy and Laparoscopic Surgery - Surgical Innovations and Consultations May, 1990Laparoscopic Inguinal Hernia Repair Course - Surgical Innovations and Consultations May, 1990Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy and Laparoscopic Surgery - Surgical Innovations and Consultations July, 1990Laparoscopic Inguinal Hernia Repair Course - Surgical Innovations and Consultations July, 1990Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy and Laparoscopic Surgery - Surgical Innovations and Consultations August, 1990Laparoscopic Inguinal Hernia Repair Course - Surgical Innovations and Consultations August, 1990Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy and Laparoscopic Suturing Course April, 1991
    • Curriculum Vitae -9- James C. Rosser, Jr., MDLaparoscopic Inguinal Hernia Repair Course - Surgical Innovations and Consultations April, 1991Laparoscopic Inguinal Hernia Repair Course - Surgical Innovations and Consultations May, 1991Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy Course - Surgical Innovations and Consultations June, 1991Laparoscopic Inguinal Hernia Repair Course - Surgical Innovations and Consultations July, 1991Laparoscopic Inguinal Hernia Repair Course - Surgical Innovations and Consultations August, 1991Advanced Laparoscopic Course - Laparoscopic Appendectomy,Laparoscopic Common Duct Exploration, Open Laparoscopy and Laparoscopic Colon Resection September, 1991Advanced Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy Course - Laparoscopic Appendectomy, Laparoscopic Common Duct Exploration, Open Laparoscopy, and Laparoscopic Colon Resection November, 1991Advanced Laparoscopic Urology Course - Continuing Medical Education Department January, 1992Laparoscopic Colon Course - Continuing Education on Laparoscopic Colectomies December, 1993Yale University School of MedicineLaparoscopic Skills Enhancement and Suturing Course - Attending Training Course Sept. 16-18, 1994Laparoscopic Skills Enhancement and Suturing Course - Attending Training Course October 29-31, 1994Laparoscopic Anti-reflux Procedures (Nissen Fundoplication) Course - Attending Training Course November 18-19, 1994Laparoscopic Colon Resection Course - Attending Training Course December 10-11,1994Laparoscopic Ultrasonography and Common Bile Duct Exploration Course - Attending Training Course January 21-22, 1995Laparoscopic Skills Enhancement and Suturing Course - Resident Training Course February 4-5, 1995
    • Curriculum Vitae -10- James C. Rosser, Jr., MDYale Supercourse Series: Laparoscopic Skills Acquisition, Suturing and Antireflux Procedures March 16-19, 1995Laparoscopic Skills Enhancement and Suturing Course - Resident Training Course Mar. 25-26, Apr. 1, 1995Yale Supercourse Series: Laparoscopic Skills Acquisition, Suturing and Antireflux Procedures April 6-9, 1995Laparoscopic Skills Enhancement and Suturing Course - Resident Training Course May 20-21, June 3, 1995Yale Supercourse Series: Laparoscopic Skills Acquisition, Suturing and Antireflux Procedures June 22-25, 1995Laparoscopic Skills Enhancement and Suturing Course - OB/GYN Section, Attending/Resident Training Course August 11-13, 1995Yale Supercourse Series: The Yale Office Laparoscopy Program - Office Laparoscopy Under Local Anesthesia September 15-16, 1995Yale Supercourse Series: Laparoscopic Skills Acquisition, Suturing and Antireflux Procedures November 2-5, 1995Yale Supercourse Series: The Yale Office Laparoscopy Program - Office Laparoscopy Under Local Anesthesia November 17-18, 1995Yale Supercourse Series: Laparoscopic Skills Acquisition, Suturing and Antireflux Procedures Nov. 30 - Dec. 3, 1995Yale Supercourse Series: The Yale Office Laparoscopy Program - Office Laparoscopy Under Local Anesthesia December 15-16, 1995Yale Supercourse Series: The Yale Office Laparoscopy Program - Office Laparoscopy Under Local Anesthesia February 2-3, 1996Laparoscopic Skills Enhancement and Suturing Course - Resident Training Course March 2-3, 1996Basic Laparoscopy, Tactical Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy, and Laparoscopic Common Bile Duct Exploration Courses - Resident Training Course March 9-10, 1996Yale Supercourse Series: Laparoscopic Jejunostomy - Attending Training Course March 22, 1996
    • Curriculum Vitae -11- James C. Rosser, Jr., MDYale Supercourse Series: Laparoscopic Skills Acquisition, Suturing and Antireflux Procedures April 18-21, 1996Basic Laparoscopy, Tactical Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy and Laparoscopic Common Bile Duct Exploration Courses - Resident Training Courses May 4-5, 1996Yale Supercourse Series: The Yale Office Laparoscopy Program - Office Laparoscopy Under Local Anesthesia May 10-11, 1996Yale Supercourse Series: Laparoscopic Skills Acquisition, Suturing and Antireflux Procedures June 13-16, 1996Laparoscopic Skills Enhancement and Suturing Course - Resident Training Course June 17-18, 1996Yale Supercourse Series: The Yale Office Laparoscopy Program - Office Laparoscopy Under Local Anesthesia September 20-21, 1996Yale Supercourse Series: The Yale Office Laparoscopy Program - Office Laparoscopy Under Local Anesthesia December 6-7, 1996The First Annual Top Gun Shoot-Out, American College of Surgeons Clinical Congress, San Francisco, CA October 1996Laparoscopic Skills Enhancement and Suturing/Vascular Surgery Course - Vascular Training Course January 9-12, 1997Laparoscopic Ultrasonography and Common Bile Duct Exploration Course Jan. 31-Feb. 1, 1997Laparoscopic Skills Enhancement and Suturing Course June 20-21, 1997Telemedicine Workshop July 24-25, 1997Yale Supercourse Series: Laparoscopic Skill Acquisition, Suturing and Antireflux Procedures May 1-4, 1997The Yale Mini-Fellowship Technology Program June/July 1997The Second Annual Top Gun Shoot-Out, American College of Surgeons Clinical Congress, Chicago, IL October 1997Laparoscopic Skills Enhancement and Suturing Course - Distant Learning, Middlesex Hospital December 1997The Yale Mini-Fellowship Technology Program Dec. 1997/Jan. 1998
    • Curriculum Vitae -12- James C. Rosser, Jr., MDLaparoscopic Skills Enhancement and Suturing Course Review March 1998Laparoscopic Skills Enhancement and Suturing Course - Distant Learning, Middlesex Hospital May 1998Laparoscopic Skills Enhancement and Suturing Course May 1998Laparoscopic Skills Enhancement and Suturing Course Review June 1998Yale Laparoscopic Supercourse Series: Spinal Canal Endoscopy June 1998The Third Annual Top Gun Shoot-Out, American College of Surgeons Clinical Congress, Orlando, Florida October 1998Yale Laparoscopic Supercourse Series: Spinal Canal Endoscopy November 1998Yale Laparoscopic Supercourse Series: Spinal Canal Endoscopy January 1999Yale Laparoscopic Supercourse Series: Spinal Canal Endoscopy February 1999Yale Laparoscopic Supercourse Series: Spinal Canal Endoscopy May 1999Advanced Laparoscopic Skills Six Week Fellowship Supercourse Aug. 2 – Sept. 12, 1999The Fourth Annual Top Gun Shoot-Out, American College of Surgeons Clinical Congress, San Francisco, California October 1999Yale Laparoscopic Supercourse Series: Spinal Canal Endoscopy November 1999Matrix Workshop: Objective Evaluation of a Laparoscopic Surgical Skill Program for Residents and Senior Surgeons, Medicine Meets Virtual Reality, Newport Beach, CA January 28, 2000Top Gun Laparoscopic Skills and Suturing Course, Atlanta, GA March 30, 2000Yale Laparoscopic Supercourse Series: Spinal Canal Endoscopy May 2000One Day Suturing Exposure Course, Frontiers of GYN Endoscopy 2000, New York, NY Sunday, June 11, 2000Intern Course 22 Participants, ?{location}? June 19-20, 2000Top Gun Laparoscopic Basic Skills and Suturing Course, Datona, FL July 10, 2000Top Gun Laparoscopic Basic Skills and Suturing Course, Santo Domingo Dominican Republic July 15-16, 2000
    • Curriculum Vitae -13- James C. Rosser, Jr., MDTop Gun Laparoscopic Basic and Advanced Suturing Course, New Haven, CT August 31-Sept 1, 2000Beth Israel Medical Center, Six Week Mini-Laparoscopic Fellowship New York, New York Sept 5 – Oct 13, 2000The Fifth Annual Top Gun Shoot-Out, American College of Surgeons Clinical Congress, Chicago, Illinois October 2000Yale Laparoscopic Supercourse Series: Spinal Canal Endoscopy November 2000The First Annual Top Gun Shoot-Out, Society of Laparoscopic Surgeons Annual Conference and Symposium, Orlando, Florida December 2000Beth Israel Medical CenterBeth Israel Medical Center, Top Gun Laparoscopic Skills and Suturing Course, New York, New York January 26-27, 2001?Six Week Fellowship? Basic and Advanced Laparoscopic Skills and Suturing Course, ?City?, ?State? February 20-22, 2001Top Gun Shoot-Out, Society of American Gastrointestinal Endoscopic Surgeons, AnnualConference, St. Louis, Missouri, April 20-21, 2001Beth Israel Medical Center, Six Week Mini-Laparoscopic Fellowship New York, New York April 23-June 3, 2001Beth Israel Medical Center, Nurses One Day Workshop, New York, NY May 19, 2001Beth Israel Medical Center, Top Gun Laparoscopic Skills Shootout for Six Week Fellows, New York, New York June 2-3, 2001Beth Israel Medical Center, Basis Laparoscopic Skills Course, New York, New York June 6-7, 2001Beth Israel Medical Center, Train the Trainers USSC, New York, New York July 25, 2001USSC Training the Trainers, Pittsburg, PA August 14, 2001The Second Annual Top Gun Shoot-Out, Society of Laparoscopic Surgeons Annual Conference and Symposium, New Orleans, Louisiana September 2002Advanced Laparoscopic Skills Six Week Fellowship Supercourse Oct. – Nov. 2002
    • Curriculum Vitae -14- James C. Rosser, Jr., MDThe Seventh Annual Top Gun Shoot-Out, American College of Surgeons Clinical Congress, San Francisco, California October 2002Beth Israel Medical Center, Top Gun Fellows New York, New York November 2002Beth Israel Medical Center, Top Gun Laparoscopic Suturing Course Beth Israel Medical Center Surgical Residents, New York, New York February 2003Beth Israel Medical Center, Top Gun Laparoscopic Suturing Course Ethicon, New York, New York August 2003Beth Israel Medical Center, Top Gun Laparoscopic Suturing Course Somerville, New Jersey September 2003The Third Annual “Top Gun Shoot-Out”, Society of Laparoscopic Surgeons (SLS), Las Vegas, Nevada September 2003Beth Israel Medical Center, Top Gun Laparoscopic Suturing Course New York, New York September 2003Beth Israel Medical Center, Top Gun Laparoscopic Suturing Course New York, New York October 2003Philips Ambulatory Care Center, AAA Ultrasound Course-Sonosite New York, New York October 2003The Eighth Annual Top Gun Shoot Out, American College of Surgeons Clinical Congress, Chicago, Illinois October 2003Beth Israel Medical Center, Top Gun Laparoscopic Suturing Course Somerville, New Jersey November 2003Beth Israel Medical Center, Top Gun Laparoscopic Suturing Course New York, New York November 2003Beth Israel Medical Center, Top Gun Fellows New York, New York December 2003Beth Israel Medical Center, Six Week Mini-Laparoscopic Fellowship New York, New York February 2-March 12, 2004Beth Israel Medical Center, Top Gun Laparoscopic Suturing Course New York, New York February 2004Top Gun Shoot Out, Society of American Gastrointestinal Endoscopic
    • Curriculum Vitae -15- James C. Rosser, Jr., MD Surgeons Annual Conference, Denver, Colorado March 31-April 3 2004Beth Israel Medical Center, Top Gun Laparoscopic Suturing Course April 2004Beth Israel Medical Center, Top Gun Laparoscopic Suturing Course May 2004Beth Israel Medical Center, Six Week Mini-Laparoscopic Fellowship New York, New York May 3-June 11, 2004Beth Israel Medical Center, Top Gun Laparoscopic Suturing Course Boston, MA June 2004Beth Israel Medical Center, Top Gun Laparoscopic Suturing Course Somerville, NJ July 2004Beth Israel Medical Center, Top Gun Laparoscopic Suturing Course Celebration, FL August 2004Beth Israel Medical Center, Advanced Laparoscopic Skills TrainingFor Nurses New York, NY September 2004The Third Annual “Top Gun Shoot-Out”, Society of Laparoscopic Surgeons (SLS), New York, NY September 2004Beth Israel Medical Center, Top Gun Laparoscopic Suturing Course “Train the Trainers” Cincinnati, OH October 2004The Ninth Annual Top Gun Shoot Out, American College of Surgeons Clinical Congress, New Orleans, LA October 2004Beth Israel Medical Center, Top Gun Laparoscopic Skills “Super Week” and Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy Re-Education Course New York, New York October 18-23, 2004Beth Israel Medical Center, Top Gun Laparoscopic Suturing Course New York, NY October 2004Beth Israel Medical Center, Top Gun Laparoscopic Suturing Course Charlotte, NC November 2004Beth Israel Medical Center, Six Week Mini-Laparoscopic Fellowship New York, New York Nov 8-Dec 17, 2004Beth Israel Medical Center, Top Gun Laparoscopic Suturing Course New York, NY November 2004
    • Curriculum Vitae -16- James C. Rosser, Jr., MDBeth Israel Medical Center, Top Gun Laparoscopic Suturing Course Cincinnati, OH November 2004Beth Israel Medical Center, Top Gun Laparoscopic Suturing Course Somerville, NJ December 2004Beth Israel Medical Center, MIS Distance Learning Course Atlanta, GA 1) Top Gun Laparoscopic Suturing Course December 2004 2) Advanced Laparoscopic Skills Training For Nurses 3) Nine Distance Learning ModulesCourses conducted on invitation in the United StatesBasic Laparoscopy Course - Surgical Innovations Conference, Cincinnati, Ohio 1990Basic Laparoscopy Course - Surgical Innovations Conference, Cincinnati, Ohio 1990Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy Course - Union Hospital, Dover, Ohio 1991Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy Course - Surgical Innovations Conference, Cincinnati, Ohio 1991Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy Course - Washington General Hospital, Washington, Pennsylvania May, 1991Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy Course - Washington General Hospital, Washington, Pennsylvania June, 1991USSC-Laparoscopic Surgery Course - Norwalk, Connecticut July, 1991Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy Course - Bellevue General Hospital, Bellevue, Ohio July, 1991Laparoscopic Appendectomy and Colon Course - Michigan Surgical Forum, Detroit, Michigan August, 1991Laparoscopic Suturing - Laparoscopic Surgery in Pediatrics - Grant Medical Center, Columbus, Ohio November, 1991Basic Laparoscopic Course - Laparoscopic and Thoracoscopic Procedures, Cincinnati, Ohio November, 1991Advanced Laparoscopic and Thoracoscopic Procedures - Saginaw
    • Curriculum Vitae -17- James C. Rosser, Jr., MD Surgical Society, Saginaw, Michigan November, 1991Advanced Laparoscopic Surgery Course - Intracorporeal Suturing, KnotTying, and Appendectomy - The Medical College of Virginia, Richmond, Virginia December, 1991Laparoscopic Hernia Repair Course - Albert Einstein Hospital, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania December, 1991Advanced Surgical Course - Surgical Forum, Baltimore, Maryland February, 1992Advanced Laparoscopic Course - Medcom, Baltimore, Maryland March, 1992Advanced Laparoscopic Course - Medcom, Baltimore, Maryland April, 1992Advanced Laparoscopic Course -Surgical Forum, Baltimore, Maryland April, 1992Surgical Laparoscopy and Thoracoscopy Conference - Medcom, Baltimore, Maryland May, 1992Laparoscopic Hernia Seminar - United States Surgical Corporation, Norwalk, Connecticut July, 1992Laparoscopic Herniorrhapy - Grant Medical Center, Columbus, Ohio August, 1992Black Surgeons Hernia Symposium - Ethicon Endosurgery Training Center, Cincinnati, Ohio September, 1992Laparoscopic Colorectal Workshop - USELI, Baltimore, Maryland September, 1992Colorectal Colon Course - USELI, Baltimore, Maryland October, 1992Surgical Laparoscopy and Laparoscopic Suturing Course - USELI, Baltimore, Maryland November, 1992Surgical Laparoscopy Conference - Allegheny Hospital, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania November, 1992Advanced Laparoscopic Procedures - McKeesport Hospital, McKeesport, Pennsylvania November, 1992Black Surgeon’s Symposium: Laparoscopic Bowel Resection and Appendectomy Symposium - Ethicon Endosurgery, Cincinnati, Ohio 1993Laparoscopic Surgery and Suturing Course - MedCom International, Palm Springs, California February, 1993
    • Curriculum Vitae -18- James C. Rosser, Jr., MDLaparoscopic Inguinal Hernia Repair Course - United States Surgical Corporation, Norwalk, Connecticut February, 1993Laparoscopic Surgery Course - MedCom International, Palm Springs, California March, 1993Laparoscopic Colon Course - Laparoscopic Colectomy and Laparoscopic Suturing - Thomas Jefferson University Hospital, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania June, 1993Laparoscopic Skills Enhancement and Suturing Course - USSC - Palm Springs, California March 18-20, 1994Laparoscopic Skills Enhancement and Suturing Course - USSC - Naples, Florida August 21-23, 1994Laparoscopic Skills Enhancement and Suturing Course/Colon Resection Course - Tripler Army Medical Center, Honolulu, Hawaii Sept. 30-Oct. 6, 1994Laparoscopic Skills Enhancement and Suturing Course - USSC - Naples, Florida Nov. 6-8, 1994Laparoscopic Skills Enhancement and Suturing Course - Queen’s Medical Center, Honolulu, Hawaii Feb. 24-26, 1995Laparoscopic Skills Enhancement and Suturing Course - OB/GYN Attendings/Residents - Queen’s Medical Center, Honolulu, Hawaii Jun 30-Jul 2,1995Laparoscopic Skills Enhancement and Suturing Course - Attendings/Residents - University of Maryland Hospital, Baltimore, Maryland July 27-28, 1996Laparoscopic Skills Enhancement and Suturing Course - Attendings - Vassar Brothers Hospital, Poughkeepsie, New York Nov. 1-2, 1996Mini-Laparoscopy without General Anesthesia, SAGES, Seattle, Washington March 1998Laparoscopic Skills Enhancement and Suturing Course Review June 1998Yale University/North Shore Long Island Jewish Health System Laparoscopic Basic Skills Course, Long Island, New York January 1999Yale University/North Shore Long Island Jewish Health System Laparoscopic Basic Skills Course, Long Island, New York February1999
    • Curriculum Vitae -19- James C. Rosser, Jr., MDYale University/North Shore Long Island Jewish Health System Laparoscopic Basic Skills Course, Long Island, New York March 1999Management of the Common Bile Duct Stone Supercourse SAGES Annual Conference, San Antonio, Texas March 1999Yale University/North Shore Long Island Jewish Health System Laparoscopic Basic Skills Course, Long Island, New York April 1999Yale University/North Shore Long Island Jewish Health System Laparoscopic Basic Skills Course, Long Island, New York May 1999Yale University/North Shore Long Island Jewish Health System Laparoscopic Basic Skills Course, Long Island, New York September 1999Yale University/North Shore Long Island Jewish Health System Laparoscopic Basic Skills Course, Long Island, New York November 1999Yale University/North Shore Long Island Jewish Health System Laparoscopic Basic Skills Course, Long Island, New York February 2000Yale University/North Shore Long Island Jewish Health System Laparoscopic Basic Skills Course, Long Island, New York April 2000Yale University/Beth Israel Medical Center, Laparoscopic Skills Enhancement and Suturing Course, New York, New York January 2001Beth Israel Medical Center, Top Gun Laparoscopic Suturing Course Resident and Student Training at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center Boston, MA August 2004International CoursesLaparoscopic Cholecystectomy Course - The University of Paris, Paris, France 1991Laparoscopic Thoracoscopic Surgery Symposium, Academic Medical Center/University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam, Netherlands November, 1991Laparoscopic Gynecology Symposium, Academic Medical Center/ University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam, Netherlands February, 1992Advanced Laparoscopic Surgery Symposium, Academic Medical Center/ University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam, Netherlands February, 1992Advanced Laparoscopic Surgery Symposium, Academic Medical Center/ University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam, Netherlands June, 1992
    • Curriculum Vitae -20- James C. Rosser, Jr., MDLaparoscopic Urology Symposium, Academic Medical Center/University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam, Netherlands June, 1992Laparoscopic Surgery Symposium, Academic Medical Center/University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam, Netherlands October, 1992Laparoscopic Thoracoscopic Surgery Symposium, Academic Medical Center/University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam, Netherlands November, 1992Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy Course - Academic Medical Center/The University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam, Netherlands 1992Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy/Suturing Symposium - Orjansted Hospital- Academic Medical Center, University of Amsterdam, Orjansted, Aruba Oct 23-Nov 1, 1992Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy Symposium, Founder/Leader of Jamaica Laparoscopic Initiative to Introduce Laparoscopic Surgery, Kingston, Jamaica April 23-May 2, 1993First International Symposium on Advanced Laparo-Endoscopic Surgery, Athens,Greece May 5-6, 1993Second International Symposium on Advanced Laparo-Endoscopic Surgery, Athens, Greece May 5-6, 1995Laparoscopic Suturing Symposium, Athens Medical Center, Athens, Greece March 26-30, 1996Laparoscopic Suturing Symposium, Athens Medical Center, Athens, Greece May 26-June 1, 1996Laparoscopic Suturing Symposium, Athens Medical Center, Athens, Greece November 8-12, 1996Third International Symposium on Advanced Laparo-Endoscopic Surgery, Athens, Greece May, 1997Telemedicine Symposium, Athens, Greece 1998Fifth International Symposium on Advanced Laparo-Endoscopic Surgery, Athens, Greece April 26-28,1999Laparoscopic Skills Enhancement and Suturing Course, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic July 15-16, 2000
    • Curriculum Vitae -21- James C. Rosser, Jr., MDINVITED LECTURESMedical1. “Complications of Laparoscopy”, Surgical Innovations Conference, Cincinnati, OH, 19902. “History of Laparoscopy and Techniques of Laparoscopy”, Surgical Innovations Conference, Cincinnati, OH, 19903. “Breast Cancer and the Black Woman”, Black Nurses’ Association, Akron, OH, 19904. “Education Program to instruct surgeons in laparoscopic cholecystectomy”, Akron General Medical Center OR Systems, Akron, OH, June, 19905. “Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy, Start to Finish”, Washington General Hospital, Washington, PA, 19916. “Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy, Start to Finish”, Bellevue Hospital, Bellevue, OH, 19917. “Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy, Start to Finish”, Union Hospital, Dover, OH, 19918. “Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy, Start to Finish”, Surgical Innovations Conference, Cincinnati, OH, 19919. “New Procedures in the Field of Laparoscopic Surgery”, USSC Divisional Meeting, Norwalk, CT, 199110. “The Future of Minimally Invasive Surgery”, USSC-AutoSuture, Norwalk, CT, 199111. “Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy Complications”, The University of Paris, Paris, France, 199112. “Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy”, Medical Grand Rounds, Akron General Medical Center, Akron, OH, April, 199113. “Laparoscopic Appendectomy” and “Laparoscopic Colon Resection, Surgical Grand Rounds, Akron General Medical Center, Akron, OH, April 199114. “Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy”, Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy Course, Washington General Hospital, Washington, PA, May, 199115. “Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy”, Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy Course, Washington General Hospital, Washington, PA, June, 199116. “Minimally Invasive Surgery and the Future”, USSC-Laparoscopic Surgery Course, Norwalk, CT, July, 199117. “Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy”, Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy Course, Bellevue General Hospital, Bellevue, OH, July, 199118. “Laparoscopic Appendectomy”, Laparoscopic Appendectomy Course, Michigan Surgical Forum, Detroit, MI, August, 199119. “Thoracoscopic Removal Of Bronchial Cyst from the Aorta”, Academic Medical Center/University of Amsterdam, Thoracoscopic Surgery Course, Amsterdam, Netherlands, November, 199120. “Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy Complications”, Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy Course - Academic Medical Center/The University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam, Netherlands, 199221. “Advanced Laparoscopic Surgical Techniques”, Advanced Surgical Course - Surgical Forum, Baltimore, MD, February, 199222. “Basic Laparoscopy Techniques & Instrumentation”, Academic Medical Center/University of Amsterdam, Laparoscopic Gynecology Course, Amsterdam, Netherlands, February, 199223. “Laparoscopic Suturing & Stapling Techniques”, Academic Medical Center/University of Amsterdam, Advanced Laparoscopic Surgery Course, Amsterdam, Netherlands, February, 1992
    • Curriculum Vitae -22- James C. Rosser, Jr., MD24. “Pulmonary Tissue Resection”, Academic Medical Center/University of Amsterdam, Thoracoscopic Surgery Course, Amsterdam, Netherlands, February, 199225. “Endoscopic Suturing”, “Endoscopic Hernia Repair”, and “Endoscopic Appendectomy”, Advanced Laparoscopic Session-Medcom, Baltimore, MD, March, 199226. “Laparoscopic Appendectomy and Laparoscopic Suturing”, Advanced Laparoscopic Courses- Medcom, Baltimore, MD, April, 199227. “Advanced Laparoscopic Procedures”, Advanced Laparoscopic Techniques - Surgical Forum, Baltimore, MD, April, 199228. “Laparoscopic Appendectomy”, “Laparoscopic Suturing”, and “Pediatric Laparoscopic Surgery”, Surgical Laparoscopy and Thoracoscopy Conference, Medcom, Baltimore, MD, May, 199229. “Laparoscopic Highly Selective Vagotomy”, Westside Family Practice, Akron, OH, May, 199230. “Laparoscopic Appendectomy”, Association of Surgical Technologists, May, 199231. “Laparoscopic Hernia Repair”, USSC - Laparoscopic Herniorrhaphy Focus Group, Norwalk, CT, May, 199232. “Laparoscopic Appendectomy”, 37th Annual Meeting of Ohio Chapter, American College of Surgeons, Cleveland, OH, May, 199233. “Laparoscopic Hernia Repair and Appendectomy”, Laparoscopic Hernia and Appendectomy Symposium - Medical Community Hospital, June, 199234. “Laparoscopic Surgery and Sickle-Cell Diseases”, Sickle-Cell Update Seminar, Berganno Center, Akron, OH, June, 199235. “Laparoscopic Suturing & Stapling Techniques”, Academic Medical Center/University of Amsterdam, Advanced Laparoscopic Surgery Course, Amsterdam, Netherlands, June, 199236. “Basic Laparoscopy Techniques & Instrumentation”, “Complications In Laparoscopic Surgery”, and “Advanced Procedures In Laparoscopic Surgery”, Academic Medical Center/University of Amsterdam, Laparoscopic Urology Course, Amsterdam, Netherlands, June, 199237. “Laparoscopic Hernia Repair”, Laparoscopic Hernia Seminar, United States Surgical Corporation, Norwalk, CT, July, 199238. “Laparoscopy: Minimally Invasive Surgery and the Future”, Stryker Endoscopy, Santa Clara, CA, July, 199239. “Laparoscopic Hernia Anatomy”, Laparoscopic Herniorrhapy-Grant Medical Center, August, 199240. “Acute Cholecystitis Techniques”, International Hepato-Biliary Pancreatic Association, 14th Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA, August, 1992 (poster presentation)41. “Laparoscopic Hernia Repair”, Black Surgeons Hernia Symposium, Ethicon Center, Cincinnati, OH, September, 199242. “Laparoscopic Appendectomy and Laparoscopic Colon Resection”, Laparoscopic Colorectal Workshop, USELI, Baltimore, MD, September, 199243. “Laparoscopic Hernia Anatomy Data”, 37th Annual American College of Surgeons Meeting, October, 199244. “Laparoscopic Colon Resection and Suturing Techniques”, The Mayo Clinic Priestly Society, Pine Mountain, GA, October, 199245. “Laparoscopic Appendectomy and Laparoscopic Suturing”, USELI-Colorectal Colon Course, Baltimore, MD, October, 1992
    • Curriculum Vitae -23- James C. Rosser, Jr., MD46. “Manual Dexterity Drills”, “Objective Evaluation”, and “Intracorporeal & Extracorporeal Suturing Techniques”, Academic Medical Center/University of Amsterdam, Laparoscopic Surgery Course, Orjansted, Aruba, October, 199247. “Pediatric Laparoscopy and Laparoscopic Suturing”, Surgical Laparoscopy and Laparoscopic Suturing, USELI, Baltimore, MD, November, 199248. “Laparoscopic Bowel Resection and Repair”, Surgical Laparoscopy Conference, Allegheny Hospital, Pittsburgh, PA, November, 199249. “Laparoscopy and the Pediatric Patient”, Northeastern Ohio PACU Nurse’s Meeting, The Children’s Medical Center, Akron, OH, November, 199250. “Laparoscopic Herniorrhaphy”, Advanced Laparoscopic Procedures, McKeesport Hospital, McKeesport, PA, November, 199251. “Laparoscopic Bowel Resection and Appendectomy”, Black Surgeon’s Symposium, Ethicon Endosurgery, Cincinnati, OH, 199352. “Laparoscopic Update”, Akron General Medical Center’s Women’s Board, Akron, OH, 199353. “Laparoscopic Pediatric Surgery”, Akron Children’s Medical Center Nursing Staff, Akron, OH, 199354. “Laparoscopic Colectomy and Laparoscopic Suturing”, Laparoscopic Surgery Course, MedCom International, Palm Springs, CA, February, 199355. “Laparoscopic Inguinal Hernia Repair”, United States Surgical Corporation, Norwalk, CT, February, 199356. “Laparoscopic Colectomy and Laparoscopic Suturing”, Laparoscopic Surgery Course, MedCom International, Palm Springs, CA, March, 199357. Panel Discussion, Moderator & Presentations - “Laparoscopic Inguinal Hernia”, SAGES Annual Scientific Session, Phoenix, AZ, April, 199358. “Advanced Laparoscopic Techniques”, Macomb Hospital Center, Warren, MI, 199459. “Anatomic Basis of Laparoscopic Inguinal Hernia Repair” and “Laparoscopic Appendectomy and Right Hemicolectomy”. Second International Symposium on Advanced Laparo- Endoscopic Surgery, Athens, Greece, May, 199560. “Teaching Laparoscopic Surgery in the Residency Program”, “Anatomic Basis of Laparoscopic Nissen Fundoplication”, and “Indications of Open versus Laparoscopic Hernia Repair”, The Shouldice Conference, Canada, May, 199561. “Telementoring, A Cost Effective Telemedicine Concept for Training in Advanced Laparoscopic Operations”, The Mayo Clinic Telemedicine Conference, Rochester, MN, March, 199562. “The Use of Interactive Technology in Telementoring”, “Transcontinental Telemedicine Exercise”, and “Multimedia Interactive Laparoscopic Learning Center”, SAGES, Orlando, FL, March, 199563. “A New Era of Surgery at Yale University School of Medicine”, Yale University School of Medicine, New Haven, CT, March, 199564. “Laparoscopic Surgery for GERD”, St. Mary’s Hospital, Waterbury, CT, April, 199565. “Telementoring, A New Era in Surgical Training”, Third International Symposium of Thoracoscopic Surgery/Third International Congress on New Technology and Advanced Techniques in Surgery, Luxembourg, June, 199566. “Telementoring, A Practical Way To Expand Surgeon’s Skills” and “Telemedicine: Where’s the Beef?” TeleMed I: ABC’s First Annual Telemedicine Conference And Exposition, Anaheim, CA, October, 199567. “Telemedicine”, The Paradym Conference, Orlando, FL, October, 1995
    • Curriculum Vitae -24- James C. Rosser, Jr., MD68. “New Teaching Modules in Telemedicine”, 7th Annual International Conference for Minimally Invasive Therapy, Portland, OR, September, 199569. Moderator & Presentations - “How To Teach A Technical Skill”, “Credentialing and Mentoring”, 81st Annual American College of Surgeons Congress, New Orleans, LA, October, 199570. “Laparoscopic Room Setup Strategies”, Yale-New Haven Hospital Nurse’s Meeting, New Haven, CT, February, 199671. “Modern Techniques & Technologies in Laparoscopic Training”, Surgical Grand Rounds, Yale University School of Medicine, New Haven, CT, February, 199672. “Computer Technology in the Health Care Field”, The Advanced Nurses Group, New Haven, CT, March, 199673. “Laparoscopic Jejunostomy” and “Technology in Surgical Education”, SAGES Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA, March, 199674. “Pathophysiology of GERD” and “The Laparoscopic Nissen Fundoplication: The Pitfalls and Recoveries”, GERD Symposium, Macomb Hospital Center, Warren, MI, 199675. “Challenges in 21st Century Surgical Education”, Mid-Hudson Surgical Society, Poughkeepsie, NY, June, 199676. “Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy and Common Bile Duct Exploration”, Yale University Grand Rounds, Department of Medicine, New Haven, CT, January, 199777. “Laparoscopic Adrenalectomy”, Yale University Grand Rounds, Department of Urology, New Haven, CT, February, 199778. “Where’s the Beef in Emerging Telemedicine Technologies?” Emerging Technologies Linking Patients and Providers Second Annual Conference, The University of Vermont, Burlington, VT, February, 199779. “Technological Solutions for Laparoscopic Surgery”, The Walker Lecture, Visiting Professor, Meharry Medical College, Nashville, TN, March 199780. “Laparoscopic Surgery”, St. Mary’s Hospital, Waterbury, CT, April, 199781. Moderator & Presentations - “Emerging Issues in Minimally Invasive Surgery”, “Advanced Laparoscopic Surgical Procedures in a Unique Outpatient Setting: The Recovery Hotel”, “Mini-Laparoscopy Under Local Anesthesia for General Surgeons”, and “Knowledge Transfer Techniques for the Next Millennium”, American College of Surgeons 25th Annual Spring Meeting, San Diego, CA, April, 199782. “The Use of Computer/Medical Informatics for Surgical Education in the 21st Century”, Association of Surgical Education Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA, April, 199783. “Laparoscopic Surgery”, Department of Surgery Resident Lectures, Yale University School of Medicine, New Haven, CT, April, 199784. “Laparoscopic Surgery interfacing with Telemedicine Applications”, American College of Surgeons, Ohio Chapter Spring Meeting, Cleveland, OH, May, 199785. “Telemedicine: The Impact of Technology on Wound Care”, Daniel Freeman Hospital, Los Angeles, CA, January 199786. “The Impact of Telemedicine on Health Care”, Visiting Professor, King Drew Medical School, Los Angeles, CA, January 199787. “The Impact of Mobile Telemedicine on Health Care”, KCI Corp., San Antonio, TX, March, 199788. “Resident Forum: Case Presentation in Pancreatic Surgery”, St. Mary’s Hospital, Waterbury, CT, April 199789. “Modern Knowledge and Skill Transfer Techniques”, Keynote Address, Association of Surgical Educators, Philadelphia, PA, April 1997
    • Curriculum Vitae -25- James C. Rosser, Jr., MD90. “The Impact of Mobile Telemedicine on the Frontline Health Care Worker”, The World Bank Conference on Global Healthcare, Toronto, Canada, June 199791. “Technical Basis of Telemedicine”, “High Bandwidth Telemedical Applications”, “Low Bandwidth Telemedical Applications”, Yale University School of Medicine, July 199792. “Advanced Laparoscopic Procedures”, Mercy Hospital, Pittsburgh, PA, July 199793. “The Impact of Digital Technology on Medical Education”, Biological Photo Association, Reno, NV, July 199794. “Telemedicine and Ethics”, University of Maryland, Baltimore, MD, July 199795. “The Impact of Telemedicine on 21st Century Health Care”, Norwegian Telemedicine Conference, Norway, September 199796. “Modern Knowledge and Skill Transfer Techniques”, Faculty Society Meeting, Harbor Medical Center, Torrence, CA, September 199797. “Gastro Esophageal Reflux Disease: Laparoscopic Nissen Fundoplication, A New Treatment Option”, Poughkeepsie, NY, September 199798. “The Impact of Telemedicine on Wound Care: A Business Perspective”, “Technical Basis of Telemedicine”, Keynote Address, 17th Annual Teleconference, Anaheim, CA, November 199799. “Modern Knowledge and Skill Transfer Techniques”, American College of Surgeons, Pennsylvania Chapter, November 1997100. “The Impact of Telemedicine via a Mobile Clinical Service Vehicle on Healthcare in Developing Countries”, The World Bank, Washington DC, November 1997101. “A Cost Effective Mobile Telemedicine Platform”, Keynote Presentation via satellite, President Clinton’s Economic Conference. In association with Andy Grove and the Intel Corporation, November 1997102. “The Impact of Modern Knowledge and Skill Transfer Techniques on Health Care in the Next Millennium”, UMDNJ Medical School, New Jersey, December 1997103. “The Solo Surgeon Concept”, SAGES, Computer Motion, San Diego, CA, March 1997104. “General Surgery Applications for Mini-Laparoscopy without General Anesthesia”, SAGES, San Diego, CA, March 1997105. “Modern Knowledge and Skill Transfer Techniques”, “Anatomy for the Laparoscopic Nissen Fundoplication, “How to Avoid Common Bile Duct Injuries”, Third International Symposium on Advanced Laparo-Endoscopic Surgery, Athens, Greece, May 1997.106. “The Impact of Technology on Health Care”, Stryker Endoscopy Annual Meeting, Phoenix, AZ, January 1998107. “Laparoscopic Anti-reflux Procedures”, Grand Rounds, Waterbury Hospital, Waterbury, CT, February 1998108. “The Impact of Technology on Health Care Delivery in Africa for the Next Millennium”, International Gynecologic Endoscopic Society, Johannesburg, South Africa, March 1998109. “Telemedicine Applications: Now and the Future”, New England Surgical Society Spring Meeting, New Haven, CT, March 1998110. “ How to Avoid Common Bile Duct Injuries”, Yale Resident Conference, New Haven, CT, April 1998111. “The Use of Mobile Telemedicine in Health Care Delivery”, World Congress International Gastro Esophageal Surgical Association, Strasbourg, France April 1998112. “High/Low Bandwidth Telemedical Applications”, “Mobile Telemedical Applications in Extreme Environments”, Yale/Greek Telemedical Conference, Athens, Greece, April 1998113. “The Impact of Organized Laparoscopic Continuing Educational Programs”, Visiting Professor, North Shore Hospital Systems, April 1998
    • Curriculum Vitae -26- James C. Rosser, Jr., MD114. “Laparoscopic Anti-Reflux Procedures”, “Laparoscopic Bariatric Surgery”, Vassar Brothers Hospital, Newburgh, NY, May 1998115. “Laparoscopic Adrenolectomy and Splenectomy”, Yale Resident Conference, New Haven, CT, May 1998116. “Mini-laparoscopy without General Anesthesia and Laparoscopic Feeding Tube”, Yale Resident Conference, New Haven, CT, May 1998117. “The Impact of Technology on Healthcare Delivery in Africa”, Zimbabwe, July 1998118. “The Impact of Technology on the Practice Patterns of Physician Assistants”, Yale Physician Assistant Board Review Course, New Haven, CT, September 1998119. “Mini-laparoscopy without General Anesthesia”, SAGES post-grad course, April 1998120. “Extreme Telemedical Applications”, TELECON XVII Annual Convention, Anaheim, California, October 1998121. “A New Method for Visualization in Laparoscopic Esophageal Surgery”, American College of Surgeons, Orlando, Florida, October 1998122. “Impact of Technology on Training and Credentialing”, Special American College of Surgeons Panel, Orlando, Florida, October 1998123. “Impact of Technology on Global Healthcare”, South Africa, International Endoscopic Society 1998124. “Telemedicine and Robotic Surgery”, Morristown Memorial Hospital, Morristown, New Jersey 1998125. “Laparoscopic Skills in Vascular Surgery”, Harvard, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1998126. “Impact of Computers in Training Society of Laparoscopic Surgery”, San Diego, California, 1998127. “The Difficult Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy and Avoiding Bile Duct Injuries”, North Shore-Long Island Jewish Health System, Long Island, New York, December 1998128. “Laparoscopic Suturing Basic Skills”, Yale University Resident Conferences, February, 1999129. “The Difficult Cholecystectomy and Avoiding Common Bile Duct Injuries”, Yale University Resident conferences, March, 1999130. “The OCCESS- Objective Base Clinical Challenge Correlation Evaluation Scenario for Cholecystectomy”, April 1999131. “The Impact of Technology on Surgical Health Care Delivery in the 21st Century”, Creighton, University, Ohio, March, 1999132. “The Impact of Technology on Surgical Healthcare Delivery in the 21st Century,” Fukuoka City, Japan, March, 1999133. “Management of Extremely Large Common Bile Duct Stone,” SAGES Annual Meeting, San Antonio, Texas, March, 1999134. “Laparoscopic Common Bile Duct Exploration”, Waterbury Hospital, Waterbury, CT, April, 1999135. “The Effectiveness of CD ROM Multimedia Computer Based Tutorials in Laparoscopic Surgical Training”, Association for Surgical Education, Boston, Massachusetts, April 1999136. “What Can Be Done With Current Technologies”, Dallas, Texas, May, 1999137. “Tactical Information Support Strategies for the OR 2000”, Computer Motion OR 2000, New York, New York, July, 1999138. “Practical and Theoretical Qualifications In Laparoscopic Surgery”, Norwegian Medical Association, Oslo, Norway, October, 1999139. “Laparoscopic Treatment of Common Bile Duct Stones”, Norwegian Medical Association, Oslo, Norway, October, 1999
    • Curriculum Vitae -27- James C. Rosser, Jr., MD140. “Multimedia Use In Surgical Education”, Norwegian Medical Association, Oslo, Norway, October, 1999141. “Telementoring and Teleproctoring: Clinical Results”, Society of Laparoscopic Surgeons, New York, New York, December 1999142. “Healthcare in the 21st Century”, St. Raphael Grand Rounds Auditorium, City, State, January 19, 2000.143. “The Effective Bandwidth Modification on Performance Outcomes In a Laparoscopic Surgery Teleprocedural Model”, Medicine Meets Virtual Reality, Newport Beach, California, January 30, 2000144. “Diagnostic Micro Laparoscopy Using Conscious Sedation and Pain Mapping”, SAGES Annual Meeting, Atlanta, Georgia, March 2000145. “21st Century Surgical Healthcare Delivery Strategies”, Geisinger Medical Center Grand Rounds, Danville, Pennsylvania, May 2000146. “The Effect of Technology on Surgical Healthcare Delivery in the Twenty First Century”, Association of Endoscopic Surgeons of Great Britain & Ireland Meeting, Cardiff, May 2000147. “Training a New Generation of Cybersurgeons”, Eastern Surgical Society, Hope Bldg. New Haven, Connecticut, May 12, 2000148. “Impact of Technology in 21st Century Healthcare Delivery”, Frontiers of Gynecological Endoscopy, New York, New York, June 2000149. “The Pitfalls of Telemedicine, Telesurgery, and Telementoring,” The American College of Surgeons Annual Meeting, Chicago, Illinois, October, 2000150. “Common Bile Duct Exploration,” Cook Surgical, American College of Surgeons Annual Meeting, Chicago, Illinois, October, 2000151. “Telecommunications, Telesurgery, and Associated Equipment,” Stryker Endoscopy, American College of Surgeons Annual Meeting, Chicago, Illinois, October, 2000152. “?Title?” away lecture Savannah, Georgia, January 17, 2001153. “The Use of Miniaturized Ultra Sound in the Modern Practice of Surgery Cooperation”, St. Mary’s Hospital, Waterbury, CT, February 7, 2001154. Cybermentoring Lectures, EAC – House of the Lord, Akron, OH (I) Aviation and Remote Control Technology (II) Frog Anatomy (III) Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy I (IV) Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy II, February-July 2001155. Cybermentoring Lectures, Wightwood School, CT (I) Aviation and Remote Control Technology (II) Frog Anatomy (III) Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy I (IV) Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy II, February-July 2001156. Cybermentoring Lectures, Horace Mann, Riverdale, NY (I) Aviation and Remote Control Technology (II) Frog Anatomy (III) Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy I (IV) Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy II, February-July 2001157. “Telesurgery: Reality or Illusion”, Royal College of Surgeons, The British Art Museum, New Haven, CT, March 14, 2001158. “Cybersurgery”, Sherman Oaks Hospital ?City? ?State? April 5, 2001159. “?Title?”, Tercentennial Presentation, SAGES, St. Louis, LA, April 21, 2001160. “Laparoscopic Surgery for Reflux Esophagitis”, St. Luke’s Hospital, New York, NY, May 2, 2001161. “?Title?”, Association of Administrators in Academic Pediatrics, Toronto, Canada, May 14, 2001162. “Title?” series at Beth Israel, New York, New York, July 26, 2001163. “Empathy of Obesity,” American Society of Bariatric Surgeons Annual Meeting, Las Vegas, Nevada, June 28, 2002
    • Curriculum Vitae -28- James C. Rosser, Jr., MD164. “Stryker Endoscopy 2002 Mid-Year Sales Meeting,” Colorado, July 13-14, 2002165. “Grassroots Healthcare Advocacy,” Southern Christian Leadership Conference National Convention, Cleveland, Ohio, July 20-23, 2002166. “Open versus Laparoscopic Colectomy for Colon Cancer” debate, National Medical Association Meeting, Hawaii, August, 2002167. “Laparoscopic Band versus Gastric Bypass for the Treatment of Morbid Obesity” debate, National Medical Association Meeting, Hawaii, August 2002168. “Surgical Management of Obesity,” Beth Israel-Kings Highway Division CME Lecture, New York, New York, November 14, 2002169. “Medical Imagery and Telemedicine Reaching Across the Divide,” Medical Imaging Media Briefing, New York, New York, November 14, 2002170. “Advanced Technology and Tactic for Health Care Delivery in the 21st Century,” The Second Annual Sam K. Cho Surgical Lecture, New York, New York, November 21, 2002171. “Minimally Invasive Surgery Skill and Knowledge Transfer Methods,” University of Pittsburgh Medical Center Grand Rounds, Pittsburgh, PA, February 1, 2003172. “Mentoring and Telementoring,” Charles Drew University of Medicine and Science, Los Angeles, CA, March 7, 2003173. “Mentoring and Telementoring,” Society of Surgical Oncology, Los Angeles, CA, March 9, 2003174. “Adhesiolysis and Dissection in Re-Operative Laparoscopic Surgery,” SAGES, Los Angeles, CA, March 13, 2003175. “Introducing New Techniques and Technology to the Practicing Surgeon,” SAGES, Los Angeles, CA, March 14, 2003176. “Mini-Laparoscopy Without General Anethesia In service, Philips Ambulatory Care Center, September 2003.177. “Robotics in Surgery,” American College of Surgeons, Chicago, IL, October 22, 2003178. “The Challenges of Surgical Education in the 21st Century,” University of Mississippi Grand Rounds, Jackson, MS, November 5, 2003179. “Impact of Technology on Healthcare Objective Delivery in the 21st Century”, Gardena, CA, January 15, 2004.180. “Video Game and Laparoscopic Surgery, Medicine Meets Virtual Reality Conference” Newport Beach, CA, January 16, 2004.181. “Surgical Treatment for Obesity in African Americans” Manhattan Central Medical Society, New York, NY, March 25, 2004.182. “Ethicon Divisional Meeting/Top Gun Presentation” The Garden City Hotel, Garden City, NY, April 14, 2004.183. “Bariatric Surgery in Patients with Sleep Apnea” St. Lukes Roosevelt, New York, NY, April 14, 2004.184. “Bariatric Surgery: Overview and Psychiatric Issues” Berstein Room, New York, NY, July 9, 2004.185. “Lessons on Metrics and Vulnerability: From Our Experience In Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy” International College of Surgeons – United States Section, 66th Annual Surgical Update, Alaska’s Inside Passage (Cruise), July 19, 2004.186. “Laparoscopic Cholecystecomy Mishaps” International College of Surgeons – United States Section, 66th Annual Surgical Update, Alaska’s Inside Passage (Cruise), July 19, 2004.187. “Conscious Pain Mapping and the Use Of Cryoablation To Treat Peripheral Neuropathy” Beth Israel Medical Center, PACC, New York, NY, August 19, 2004
    • Curriculum Vitae -29- James C. Rosser, Jr., MD188. “Video Games in Laparoscopic Skills Training” Games For Health Conference, Madison, WI, September 16, 2004189. “Top Gun Inspiration For A New Era In Surgical Training” USS Harry Truman Lecture To Navy, Portsmouth, VA, September 20, 2004190. “Laparoscopic Common Bile Duct Injuries: Looking To Naval Aviation For Answers” USS Harry Truman Lecture to Navy, Portsmouth, VA, September 20, 2004191. “History of Bariatric Surgery” Beth Israel Medical Center, New York, NY October 28, 2004Non medical1. Annual Recognition Banquet, Greater Bethel Baptist Sunday School, Akron, OH, 19832. Father’s Day Banquet, Good Hope Baptist Church Men’s Fellowship, Akron, OH, 19863. “Striving for Unlimited Mobility”, Career Day at Malone College, Canton, OH, 19904. “Dare To Be Different” Campaign, Harris Elementary School Career Day, Akron, OH, 19905. Leadership Conference, Hudson High School, Hudson, OH, 19916. Honors Program, Firestone High School, Akron, OH, 19917. “Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy and its effect on the community”, Bellevue Women’s Auxiliary Board on Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy, Bellevue, OH, 19918. “Dare To Be Different” Campaign, Norton Kiwanis Club for International Prayer Week, Norton, OH, 19919. Annual Employee Recognition Dinner, Barberton Health Department Employees, Barberton, OH, 199210. 9th Annual Education Course, Laparoscopic G.I. Procedures, 199211. Mount Carmel Health, Graduation Speaker, House Officer Graduation, Columbus, OH, 1992-199312. “Striving For Unlimited Mobility”, Litchfield Middle School Banquet, Akron, OH, March, 199213. “Class Making It Happen”, Minority Student Affairs Pre-Commencement Graduate Exercise, The University of Mississippi Medical Center, Jackson, MS, May, 199214. “Dare To Be Different” Campaign, Stark Technical College Career Day, Canton, Ohio, October, 199215. “The Future of Healthcare”, Department of Health Employment Recognition Dinner, Akron, OH, November, 199216. “Dare To Be Different” Campaign, Chapter 1 Parents, Akron Public Schools, Akron, OH, 199417. “Dare To Be Different” Campaign, McEbright Elementary School, Akron, OH, 199418. “Preparing for Higher Education & Setting Goals”, Tokunbo Books, West Haven, CT, August, 199519. Yale Alumni Reunion Address, Yale University, New Haven, CT, 199920. “A Day at the American College of Surgeons,” Chicago Public High Schools, Chicago, Illinois, October, 200021. “A Day at the American College of Surgeons,” San Francisco Public High Schools, San Francisco, California, October, 200222. “A Day at the American College of Surgeons,” Chicago Public High Schools, Chicago, Illinois, October 21, 200323. “Surgical Treatment for Obesity in African Americans,” Manhattan Central Medical Society, New York, NY, March 25, 200424. “ “ Microline Annual Sales Meeting, New Orleans, LA, October 19, 2004
    • Curriculum Vitae -30- James C. Rosser, Jr., MD25. “A Day at the American College of Surgeons: First Top Gun For Kids,” New Orleans High School Students, New Orleans, LA, October, 20, 2004PUBLICATIONSArticles - non peer reviewed1. Rosser JC. Other devices available. Laparoscopic Surgery Update 1:82-83, 1993.2. Rosser JC. Reader’s Questions Laparoscopic Surgery Update 1:71, 1993.3. Rosser, JC. Dense adhesions classified, tips provided for best approach. Laparoscopic Surgery Update 4:76-77, 1996.4. Rosser, JC. Lap-assisted percutaneous jejunostomy possible for most surgeons. Laparoscopic Surgery Update 4:84, 1996.5. Rosser, JC. Test of suturing skills developed for use as aid in credentialing. Laparoscopic Surgery Update 4:95-96, 1996.6. Rosser, JC. The Impact of Video Conference Compression Algorithms on Laparoscopic7. Tasking in a Telesurgical Model. 1997.Abstracts/Poster Presentations1. Rosser JC Jr. Anatomic Review in order to avoid nerve injuries associated with laparoscopic inguinal hernia repair, In SAGES 1993 Annual Scientific Session, Phoenix, AZ, 1994.2. Rosser JC Jr. Incidence of Nerve Injury Associated with the Transabdominal Preperitoneal Laparoscopic Hernia Repair, 652, Surgical Endoscopy 8:592, 1994.3. Rosser JC Jr.The Use of CD-ROM Multimedia Interactive Computer Modules in the Training of Laparoscopic Inguinal Hernia Repair, P-126, Surgical Endoscopy 8:628, 1994.4. Rosser J, Rosser L, and Savalgi R. CD-ROM Interactive Multimedia: The Cost Effective Vehicle for Proliferation of Information. In National Forum; Image and Information Systems for Military Telemedicine, Washington, DC, March, 1995.5. Rosser J, Rosser L, and Savalgi R. Telementoring: A Telemedicine Concept for Training in Advanced Laparoscopic Operations. In National Forum; Image and Information Systems for Military Telemedicine, Washington, DC, March, 1995.6. Rosser J, Rosser L, and Savalgi R. Telementoring, A Cost Effective Telemedicine Concept for Training in Advanced Laparoscopic Operations. In Mayo Telemedicine Conference, Rochester, MN, March, 1995.7. Rosser J, Rosser L, and Savalgi R. A New Instruction Method for Assessing and Enhancing Laparoscopic Surgical Skills. In Association for Surgical Education Conference, Tucson, AZ, May, 1995.8. Lisehora GB, Rosser JC, Payne JH, Barcia PJ. Telemedicine Augments Advanced Laparoscopic Surgery. American Society of Colon and Rectal Surgeons, Canada, May, 1995.9. Rosser J, Rosser L, and Savalgi. Telementoring: A New Era in Surgical Training. In Third International Symposium of Thoracoscopic Surgery And The Third International Congress10. on New Technology and Advanced Techniques in Surgery, Luxembourg, June, 1995.11. Rosser J, Rosser L, and Savalgi R. The Use of Robotic Arm in Telementoring. In Medical Robotics And Computer Assisted Surgery, Baltimore, MD, November, 1995.12. Rosser J, Rosser L and Savalgi R. Telementoring—A Practical Option in Surgical Training. Surgical Endoscopy 10:191, 1996.
    • Curriculum Vitae -31- James C. Rosser, Jr., MD13. Rosser J, Rosser L and Savalgi R. Objective Evaluation in Laparoscopic Surgical Training and Credentialing. Surgical Endoscopy 10:257, 1996.14. Rosser J, Rosser L and Savalgi R. Computer-Based Training in Laparoscopic Surgery. Surgical Endoscopy 10:257, 1996.15. Rosser J, Rosser L, and Savalgi R. Incorporation of Telementoring in the Surgical Training of Advanced Laparoscopic Operations. Programme and Abstracts, 4th International Congress of The European Association for Endoscopic Surgeons, A91, Surgical Endoscopy 10:565, 199616. Rosser J, Rosser L, and Savalgi R. Computer Based Training In Laparoscopic Surgery. Programme and Abstracts, 4th International Congress of The European Association for Endoscopic Surgeons, A92, Surgical Endoscopy 10:565, 1996.17. Rosser J, Rosser L, and Savalgi R. Objective Comparison of Laparoscopic Surgical Skills in Trained and Trainee Surgeons. Programme and Abstracts, 4th International Congress of The European Association for Endoscopic Surgeons, A570, 1996.18. Rosser J, Rosser L, and Savalgi R. The Methodology of Telementoring. Programme and Abstracts, Combined Annual Meeting Of The Connecticut Chapter Of The American College of Surgeons And The Connecticut Society Of American Board Surgeons, p 33, 1996.19. Rosser J, Rosser L, and Savalgi R. CD-ROM Multimedia Program Interaction As An Educational Strategy In Surgical Training. Programme and Abstracts, Combined Annual Meeting Of The Connecticut Chapter Of The American College Of Surgeons And The Connecticut Society Of American Board Surgeons, p 34, 1996.20. Rosser JC, Olive DL, Zreik T, Duelba A, Arici A, Rutherford T, Palter SF. Decreased Performance of Skilled Laparoscopic Surgeons at Micolaparoscopic vs. Traditional Laparoscopy. International Congress of Gynecologic Endoscopy AAGL 25th Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL, September 24-29, 1996.21. Palter SF, Olive DL, Rosser JC. Diagnosis of Acute Appendicitis by Micro-Laparoscopy Under Local Anesthesia, International Congress of Gynecologic Endoscopy AAGL 25th Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL, September 24-29, 1996.22. Rosser,JC. The Use of Mobile Low Bandwidth Telemedical Application in the Care of Post- operative Wounds. American Telemedical Association. Atlanta, Ga. 1997.23. Rosser, JC. The Use of Mini-laparoscopic Techniques with Conscious Sedation. SAGES annual meeting. San Diego, Ca. 1997.24. Rosser JC, Herman B, Risucci DA, Murayama M, Rosser LE, Merrell RC. Effectiveness of a CD-ROM multimedia tutorial in transferring cognitive knowledge essential for laparoscopic skill training. Nineteenth Annual Meeting of the Association for Surgical Education, Boston, Massachusetts, 2000.25. Rosser JC, Geiss A, Gellman L, Pinard B, Risucci D. Surgeon-specific factors in the acquisition of laparoscopic surgical skills. Twentieth Annual Meeting of the Association for Surgical Education, Toronto, 2000.26. Rosser JC, Geiss A, Gellman L, Pinard B, Risucci D. Experience and visual perception in resident acquisition of laparoscopic skills. APDS, 2000.27. Rosser JC, Herman B, Blackadar T, Noyan EL. The Use of Wireless Physiological Monitoring Sensors for Bariatric Post-Operative Fitness Training, Society of American Gastrointestinal Endoscopic Surgeons (SAGES), Los Angelos, CA, 2003.28. Rosser JC, Schauer P. The Use of Telemedicine for Pre-Operative and Post-Operative Evaluation of Bariatric Patients, Society of American Gastrointestinal Endoscopic Surgeons (SAGES), Los Angelos, CA, 2003.
    • Curriculum Vitae -32- James C. Rosser, Jr., MD29. Rosser JC, Colsant B, Gabriel N, Eden Giammaria ML, Lynch PJ, The Use of a “Hybrid” Inanimate Trainer in an Established Laparoscopic Development Program, Society of American Gastrointestinal Endoscopic Surgeons (SAGES), Denver, Colorado, March 31- April 3, 2004.30. Wenner, Rosser JC, Noyan EL. The Use of a Novel Stone Retrieval Appliance for Laparoscopic Common Bile Duct Exploration , Society of American Gastrointestinal Endoscopic Surgeons (SAGES), March 2004.31. Rosser JC, Lynch PJ, Haskamp L, Yalif A, Gentile DA, Eden Giammaria ML. Video Games and Laparoscopic Surgery, Medicine Meets Virtual Reality Conference, Newport, CA, January 2004.32. Rosser JC, Ryan M, Herman B, Gabriel N, Lynch PJ, The Validation of the Internal Guidance Capability of the Gabriel-Rosser Inanimate Proctor for Acquisition of Laparoscopic Surgical Skill, Society of Laparoscopic Surgeons Annual Conference, New York, New York, September 29-October 1, 2004.33. Rosser JC, Herman B, Valdes V, Lynch PJ, The Use of Low Bandwidth and High Bandwidth Telemedical Applications to Accomplish Mass Pre-Participation Cardio-Pulmonary Screening in Athletes, Medicine Meets Virtual Reality Conference, Los Angeles, CA, January 2005 (accepted)34. Rosser JC, Colsant B, Lynch PJ, Herman B, The Use of CD-ROM Patient Education Modules to Assist in Accomplishing Informed Consent for Minimally Invasive Procedure: An Initial Evaluation, Medicine Meets Virtual Reality Conference, Los Angeles, CA, January 2005 (accepted)35. Rosser JC, Ryan M, The Effect of Knowledge Transfer on the Acquisition of Intracorporeal Suturing Skill, Medicine Meets Virtual Reality Conference, Los Angeles, CA, January 2005 (accepted)36. Rosser JC, Brief J, Lynch PJ, Haskamp L, The Effect of Videogame “Warm-up” on the Performance of Video-endoscopic Surgery Tasks, Medicine Meets Virtual Reality Conference, Los Angeles, CA, January 2005 (accepted)37. Medvetz L, Rosser JC, Lynch PJ, Real World Laparoscopy: The Making of a Cybersurgeon. ?Where? When??Articles - Peer Reviewed1. Heyd RL, Rosser JC Jr. Preventing kinking of the peel-away sheath during insertion of a longterm central venous catheter using percutaneous subclavicular venipuncture. Gynecol Obstet. 1991Feb;172(2):148-50.2. Heyd RL, Solinger MR, Howard AL, Rosser JC Jr. Acute upper gastrointestinal hemorrhagecaused by gallstone impaction in the duodenal bulb. Dig Dis Sci. 1992 Mar;37(3):452-5.3. Rosser JC Jr, Boeckman CR, Andrews D. Laparoscopic cholecystectomy in an infant. SurgLaparosc Endosc. 1992 Jun;2(2):143-7.4. Rosser JC Jr. Surgical Pros and Cons. Surgery, Gynecology & Obstetrics 174L66, 1992.5. Rosser JC Jr. Questions & Answers. Laparoscopy In Focus. 1:8-9, 1992.6. Rosser JC Jr. Pediatric Laparoscopy. Laparoscopy In Focus. 11, 1992.
    • Curriculum Vitae -33- James C. Rosser, Jr., MD7. Horattas MC, Rosser JC Jr. A new and simple approach to open laparoscopy. Surg GynecolObstet. 1993 Mar;176(3):287-9.8. Sinacore J, Rosser JC Jr, Boeckman CR. Pediatric laparoscopic cholecystectomy. A case study.AORN J. 1993 Jul;58(1):72-83.9. Rosser J. The anatomical basis for laparoscopic hernia repair revisited. Surg Laparosc Endosc.1994 Feb;4(1):36-44. Review.10. Palter SF, Olive DL, Rosser JC. Diagnosis of Acute Appendicitis by Microlaparoscopy UnderLocal Anesthesia. J Am Assoc Gynecol Laparosc. 1995 Aug;2(4, Supplement):S40.11. Swett HA, Holaday L, Leffell D, Merrell RC, Morrow JS, Rosser JC, Warshaw J.Telemedicine: delivering medical expertise across the state and around the world. Conn Med. 1995Oct;59(10):593-602.12. Rosser JC. Invited Commentary. Laparoscopic Appendectomy. Arch Surg. 131:513, 1996.13. Go PM, Payne JH Jr, Satava RM, Rosser JC. Teleconferencing bridges two oceans and shrinksthe surgical world. Surg Endosc. 1996 Feb;10(2):105-6.14. Rosser JC, Olive DL, Zreik T, Duleba A, Arici A, Rutherford T, Palter SF. DecreasedPerformance of Skilled Laparoscopic Surgeons at Microlaparoscopy versus TraditionalLaparoscopy. J Am Assoc Gynecol Laparosc. 1996 Aug;3(4, Supplement):S44.15. Rosser J. CD-ROM multimedia. The step before virtual reality. Surg Endosc. 1996Oct;10(10):1033-5.16. Rosser J Jr, Wood M, Payne J, Fullum T, Lisehora G, Rosser L, Barcia T, Savalgi R.Telementoring: pushing the telemedicine envelope. J Assoc Acad Minor Phys. 1997;8(1):11-5.17. Rosser JC, Rosser LE, Savalgi RS. Skill acquisition and assessment for laparoscopic surgery.Arch Surg. 1997 Feb;132(2):200-4.18. Rosser JC Jr. Teacher offers lessons in power of technology. Health Data Manag. 1997Apr;5(4):30-3, 37.19. Rosser JC Jr. Laparoscopic surgical procedures at the "recovery hotel". Bull Am Coll Surg.1997 Jun;82(6):29-31. No abstract available.20. Rosser JC, Wood M, Payne JH, Fullum TM, Lisehora GB, Rosser LE, Barcia PJ, Savalgi RS.Telementoring. A practical option in surgical training. Surg Endosc. 1997 Aug;11(8):852-5.21. Rosser JC Jr, Palter SF, Rodas EB, Prosst RL, Rosser LE. Minilaparoscopy without generalanesthesia for the diagnosis of acute appendicitis. J Soc Laparoendosc Surg. 1998 Jan-Mar;2(1):79-82.
    • Curriculum Vitae -34- James C. Rosser, Jr., MD22. Restifo RJ, Ahmed SS, Rosser J, Zahir K, Zink J, Lalikos JA, Thomson JG. TRAM flapperforator ligation and the delay phenomenon: development of an endoscopic/laparoscopic delayprocedure. Plast Reconstr Surg. 1998 May;101(6):1503-11.23. Rosser JC Jr, Rosser LE, Savalgi RS. Objective evaluation of a laparoscopic surgical skillprogram for residents and senior surgeons. Arch Surg. 1998 Jun;133(6):657-61.24. Merrell R, Rosser J. Integration of quality programs by telemedicine in surgical services. StudHealth Technol Inform. 1999;64:108-14.25. Rosser JC Jr, Rodas EB, Blancaflor J, Prosst RL, Rosser LE, Salem RR. A simplifiedtechnique for laparoscopic jejunostomy and gastrostomy tube placement. Am J Surg. 1999Jan;177(1):61-5.26. Rosser JC Jr, Bell RL, Harnett B, Rodas E, Murayama M, Merrell R. Use of mobile low-bandwidth telemedical techniques for extreme telemedicine applications. J Am Coll Surg. 1999Oct;189(4):397-404.27. Rosser JC, Herman B, Risucci DA, Murayama M, Rosser LE, Merrell RC. Effectiveness of aCD-ROM multimedia tutorial in transferring cognitive knowledge essential for laparoscopic skilltraining. Am J Surg. 2000 Apr;179(4):320-4.28. Rosser JC, Murayama M. The Impact of Technology on the Resolution of Minimally InvasiveTraining and Credentialing Challenges of the 21st Century. Surg Technol Int. 2000;IX:47-53.29. Rosser JC, Herman B, Ehrenwerth C. An overview of videostreaming on the Internet and itsapplication to surgical education. Surg Endosc. 2001 Jun;15(6):624-9.30. Rosser JC Jr, Murayama M, Gabriel NH. Minimally invasive training solutions for the twenty-first century. Surg Clin North Am. 2000 Oct;80(5):1607-24.31. Rosser JC, Prosst RL, Rodas EB, Rosser LE, Murayama M, Brem H. The Evaluation of theEffectiveness of Mobile Low Bandwidth Telemedical Applications for Postoperative Follow-up:Initial Results. J Am Coll Surg. 2000 Aug;191(2):196-203.32. Antonacci AC, Rosser JC. The laparoscopic retrieval of an orthopedic fixation pin from theliver with repair of an associated diaphragmatic laceration. JSLS. 2001 Apr-Jun;5(2):191-5.Review.33. Pearson AM, Gallagher AG, Rosser JC, Satava RM. Evaluation of Structured and QuantativeTraining Methods for Teaching Intracorporeal Knot Tying. Surgical Endoscopy 2001 (submitted)34. Risucci D, Geiss A, Gellman L, Pinard B, Rosser J. Surgeon-specific factors in the acquisitionof laparoscopic surgical skills. Am J Surg. 2001 Apr;181(4):289-93.35. Risucci D, Geiss A, Gellman L, Pinard B, Rosser JC. Experience and visual perception inresident acquisition of laparoscopic skills. Curr Surg. 2000 Jul 1;57(4):368-372.
    • Curriculum Vitae -35- James C. Rosser, Jr., MD36. Rosser JC, Gabriel NH, Herman B, Murayama M. Telementoring and Teleproctoring. WorldJournal of Surgery. 2001 Nov;25(11):000-000.37. Gallagher AG, Rosser JC, Compton R, Sutton C, Ritchie K, McGuigan J, McClure N, SatavaR. Objective psychomotor assessment of laparoscopic skills with the Minimally Invasive SurgicalTrainer Virtual Reality (MIST VR); A preliminary comparison of a USA and British sample. 200038. Palter SF, Olive DL, Rosser JC. Decreased Performance of Skilled Laparoscopic Surgeons of Microlaparoscopy. 200139. Rosser JC Jr. Laparoscopic-assisted Conscious Pain Mapping: Bringing the Art of Pain Management into the 21st Century. The Pain Clinic. October 2001: 8-9.40. Rosser JC, Goodwin M, Gabriel NH, Saberski L. Patient-Guided Mini-Laparoscopy: A New Strategy for Abdominal Pain Localization. The pain Clinic. December 2001: 11-15.41. Rosser, JC Jr. Invited Critique. Archives of Surgery 2003 Feb;138(2):141.42. Rosser JC Jr., Noyan EL, Herman BS. The Surgical Treatment of Obesity: A Personal Perspective. Journal of Laparoendoscopic and Advanced Surgical Techniques. Volume 13, Number 4, 2003: 207-213.43. Rosser JC, Herman BS. Operation Messiah: A Demonstration of Telementoring Capabilities. (prepared for submission to the Journal of the American College of Surgeons), 2003.44. Wenner D, Whitwam P, Rosser JC, Hashmi S, Wenner D III. A Stone Extraction Facilitation Device to Achieve an Improved Technique for Performing LCBDE. (Accepted for publication in Surgical Endoscopy 2004)45. Rosser JC, Murayama M. Trocar Site Closure. (prepared for submission to JSLS), 2004.46. Rosser JC, Herman BS. Methodology of Telementoring. (prepared for submission to Surgical Endoscopy, 2004)47. Rosser, JC Jr.; Lynch, PJ; Haskamp, L; Gentile, DA; Yalif, A; Herman, B. Are video game players better at laparoscopic surgery? Manuscript in preparation (2004)48. Rosser, JC; Colsant, B; Gabriel, N; Lynch, PJ. Hybrid Trainers: The future of laparoscopic training? Manuscript in preparation (2004).49. Rosser, JC; Ryan, M; Herman, B; Gabriel, N; Lynch, PJ. The Validation of the Internal Guidance Capability of the Gabriel-Rosser Inanimate Proctor for Acquisition of Laparoscopic Surgical Skills. Manuscript in preparation (2004).50. Rosser JC, Schneidakraut D. An Economically Feasible Screening Program for Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy: Operation Beating Heart. Manuscript in preparation (2004).
    • Curriculum Vitae -36- James C. Rosser, Jr., MD51. Rosser JC, Brief, J; Lynch, P; Haskamp, L; The Effect of Videogame “Warm-up” on the Performance of Video-endoscopic Surgery Tasks (Pending publication 2004-2005)52. Rosser JC, Ryan, M; Lynch, P; Herman, B; The Effect of Knowledge Transfer on the Acquisition of Intracorporeal Suturing Skill (Pending publication 2004-2005)53. Rosser JC, Colsant, B; Lynch, P; The Use of CD-ROM Patient Education Modules to Assist in Accomplishing Informed Consent for Minimally Invasive Procedures: An Initial Evaluation (Pending publication 2004-2005)54. Rosser JC, Herman; B; Valdes, V; Lynch, P; The Use of Low Bandwidth and High Bandwidth Telemedical Applications to Accomplish Mass Pre-Participation Cardio-Pulmonary Screening in Athletes (Pending publication 2004-2005)55. Rosser JC, Young, S; The Top Gun Laparoscopic Skills and Suturing ProgramChapters1. Rosser JC Jr. Pediatric Laparoscopy. In: Surgical Laparoscopy Update. (Ed.) Karl Zucker, pp. 457-482. Quality Medical Publishing, Inc., St. Louis, Missouri, 1993.2. Rosser JC Jr. Laparoscopic Herniorrhaphy. In: Complications of Laparoscopic Surgery, (Ed.) Robert Bailey and John L. Flowers, pp. 205-217, Quality Medical Publishing, Inc., St. Louis, Missouri, 1995.3. Go P, Payne JH, Satava RM, Rosser JC. Teleconferencing Bridges Two Oceans and Shrinks the Surgical World. In Szabo Z, Lewis JE, and Fantini GA (Eds.) Surgical Technology International IV. San Francisco, Universal Medical Press, 1995, pp. 29-31.4. Rosser JC Jr. A Pictorial View of the Preperitoneal Approach by Cadaveric Dissection, In: Clinical Anatomy and Thoracoscopic Surgery, (Ed.) Raghu Savalgi and Harold Ellis. pp. 197-201, Radcliffe Medical Press, Oxford, England, 19965. Rosser JC Jr., Brem, Harold MD, Latifi, Rifat MD. Laparoscopic Inguinal Hernia Repair. In: Laparoscopic Surgery: A Colloquium. (Ed) Ronald Merrell. Springer Verlag, New York, 1998.6. Rosser JC Jr. Yale University Laparoscopic Surgical Skills and Modern Knowledge Transfer Program. In: Laparoscopic Surgery: A Colloquium. (Ed.) Ronald Merrell. Springer Verlag, New York, 1998.7. Rosser JC Jr. Operative Strategy for the Difficult Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy. In: Laparoscopic Surgery: A Colloquium. (Ed.) Ronald Merrell. Springer Verlag, New York, 1998.8. Rosser JC Jr. Operative Strategy for Acute Cholecystitis and Other Situations. In: Laparoscopic Surgery: A Colloquium. (Ed.) Ronald Merrell. Springer Verlag, New York, 1998.9. Rosser JC Jr., Brem, Harold MD. Technique of Laparoscopic Nissen Fundoplication. In: Laparoscopic Surgery: A Colloquium. (Ed.) Ronald Merrell. Springer Verlag, New York, 1998.10. Rosser JC Jr, Brem, Harold, MD, Latifi, Rifat, MD. Pathophysiology of Esophageal Reflux. In: Laparoscopic Surgery: A Colloquium. (Ed.) Ronald Merrell. Springer Verlag, New York, 1998.
    • Curriculum Vitae -37- James C. Rosser, Jr., MD11. Enker WE, Rosser J, Noyan EL. Laparoscopic Colectomy: An Evolving Art. Progress in Oncology 2003.12. Rosser JC Jr. “Seminars in Laparoscopic Surgery, Essential Characteristics of the Successful Bariatric Surgeon: Knowledge, Skills, Advocacy,” Chapter 4 – Minimally Invasive Bariatric Surgery, Schauer and Schirmer, Westminister Publishing.13. Rosser JC Jr, Herman B, Valdes V, Kordula C. “Telementoring Surgery in Third World Countries”, Primer of Robotic and Telerobotic Surgery, Lippincott Williams & Wilkins 2003.14. Rosser JC Jr, Eden Giammaria ML. “Essential Characteristics of the Successful Bariatric Surgeon: Knowledge, Skills, Advocacy” Minimally Invasive Bariatric Surgery(In press), Springer-Verlag 2003.15. Rosser JC Jr, Herman B, Eden Giammaria ML. “Telementoring”, Seminars in Laparoscopic Surgery, 2003.16. Rosser JC Jr., Erdmann-Sager J, Bardakcioglu,O, Eden Giammaria ML, Lombardo,V. “Suturing”, Advanced Therapy of Minimally Invasive Surgery (In press), BC Decker 2004Electronic Books1. Rosser JC Jr. CD-ROM Multimedia Interactive Program: Laparoscopic Inguinal Hernia, Quality Medical Publishing, Inc., St. Louis, Missouri, 1994.2. Rosser JC Jr. CD-ROM Multimedia Interactive Program: The Art of Laparoscopic Suturing, Radcliffe Medical Press, Oxford, England, 1995.3. Rosser JC Jr. The Yale Multimedia CD-ROM Series In Laparoscopic Surgery: Laparoscopic Nissen Fundoplication (surgical procedure), 1996.4. Rosser JC Jr. The Yale Multimedia CD-ROM Series In Laparoscopic Surgery: Laparoscopic Inguinal Hernia Repair: TAPP and TEP Procedures (surgical procedure), 1996.5. Rosser JC Jr. The Yale Multimedia CD-ROM Series In Laparoscopic Surgery: Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy (surgical procedure), 1996.6. Rosser JC Jr. The Yale Multimedia CD-ROM Series In Laparoscopic Surgery: Laparoscopic Nissen Fundoplication (Patient Education Program), 1996.7. Rosser JC Jr. The Yale Multimedia CD-ROM Series In Laparoscopic Surgery: Laparoscopic Inguinal Hernia Repair (Patient Education Program), 1996.8. Rosser JC Jr. The Yale Multimedia CD-ROM Series In Laparoscopic Surgery: Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy (Patient Education Program), 1996.9. Rosser JC Jr. The Yale Multimedia CD-ROM Series In Laparoscopic Surgery: The Minimally Invasive Management of Common Bile Duct Stones, 1999.10. Rosser JC Jr. The Yale Multimedia CD-ROM Series In Laparoscopic Surgery: The Minimally Invasive Management of Surgical Disease of the Colon, 2001.Non-Electronic Book1. Rosser JC Jr. Endoscopic Skills Acquisition and the Art of Laparoscopic Suturing, Volume II. (Publisher and release date to be announced).
    • Curriculum Vitae -38- James C. Rosser, Jr., MDAudiovisual Presentations1. “The Operation: Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy, The Learning Channel, Nationally Televised Continuing Education Program, 1993.2. “Youth Outreach Program encouraging young adults to go into medicine”, PM Magazine, Nationally Televised Continuing Education Program, 1993.3. WAKC TV 23 Miracle Child Telethon, Children’s Hospital Medical Center, Locally Televised Telethon Program, Akron, Ohio, 1993.4. Rosser JC Jr. “Laparoscopic Hernia Repair”, videotape, Ethicon Endoscopy, 1993.5. Rosser JC Jr. “Laparoscopic Jejunostomy Procedure”, videotape, United States Surgical Corporation, 1996.6. Rosser JC Jr. “Yale Laparoscopy Center”, Discovery Canada Channel, Nationally Televised Continuing Education Program, 1996.7. Rosser JC Jr. “Surgeons Get Training”, The CBS Morning Show, Nationally Televised Continuing Education Program, 1996.8. WVIT TV, Yale University School of Medicine opening of Endo-Laparoscopic Center, Locally Televised Broadcast Program, New Haven, CT, 1996.9. “The Cybersurgeon”, The Learning Channel, Nationally Televised Continuing Education Program, 1998.10. WVIT TV, Yale University School of Medicine, “Electronic Housecall”, Locally Televised Broadcast Program, New Haven, CT, 1998.11. “21st Century Healthcare,” Discovery Channel, 2000.12. “Cybersurgery in the Dominican Republic,” Discovery Health Channel, 2000.13. “Patient Advocacy in Bariatric Surgery,” Internet-Based Presentation, 2002.14. Beth Israel and Slp3D present “Live Webcast of NYC Surgeon (James “Butch” Rosser, Jr. MD, FACS) to Perform Weight Loss Surgery on the Internet”, June 18, 2003.15. WABC-TV (various times), Re: Video Games Helping Doctors with Laparoscopic Skills, April 6, 200416. WWOR-TV UPN 9 News (10-11pm), Re: Video Games Helping Doctors with Laparoscopic Skills, April 6, 200417. CNN Headline News (8:30-9pm), Re: Video Games Helping Doctors with Laparoscopic Skills, April 6, 200418. Fox Report (National), Re: Video Games Helping Doctors with Laparoscopic Skills, April 6, 200419. WINS-AM (Morning News at Various Times), Re: Video Games Helping Doctors with Laparoscopic Skills, April 7, 200420. ABC World News Now (National: 4-4:30am) Re: Video Games Helping Doctors with Laparoscopic Skills, April 7, 200421. CNBC Closing Bell (4-5pm) Re: Video Games Helping Doctors with Laparoscopic Skills, April 7, 200422. ESPN2 Cold Pizza (National) Re: Video Games Helping Doctors with Laparoscopic Skills, April 7, 200423. CNBC Dennis Miller (National) Re: Video Games Helping Doctors with Laparoscopic Skills, April 7, 200424. Fox News Live (National) Re: Video Games Helping Doctors with Laparoscopic Skills, April 7, 200425. Health Talk Syndicated Radio, Re: Video Games Helping Doctors with Laparoscopic Skills, April 7, 2004
    • Curriculum Vitae -39- James C. Rosser, Jr., MD26. Tech TV Screen Savers, Re: Video Games Helping Doctors with Laparoscopic Skills, April 7, 200427. CNN Next at CNN (5-6pm), Re: Video Games Helping Doctors with Laparoscopic Skills, April 10, 200428. WABC-TV (various times), Re: Video Games Helping Doctors with Laparoscopic Skills, April 10, 200429. KCBS-AM (12-1pm), Re: Video Games Helping Doctors with Laparoscopic Skills, April 11, 200430. CNN Next at CNN (5-6pm), Re: Video Games Helping Doctors with Laparoscopic Skills, April 11, 200431. BET32. Discovery33. CBS New Orleans** 324 TV hits on NBC, CBS, ABC and Fox local affiliate stations across the US **Internet References1. MediTAC, Yale Resident Grand Rounds 97-98, “Mini-Laparoscopy Without General Anesthesia and Laparoscopic Feeding Tube Placement” and “Difficult Cholectomy and How To Avoid Common Bile Duct Injuries” – Real Time Video Presentation www.meditac.com/meditac/education/yale/yale_lectures.html2. Business Wire, Themescapes Announces the Formation of the Themescapes Telemedicine Group, April 28, 19993. Sonosite, Sonosite Moments, “CyberSurgery in the Dominican Republic www.sonosite.com/dominican.html4. Savannah Now, Savannah Morning News on the Web – Local News, College Briefs, “Yale Professor Speaks at SSU”, January 14, 2001 www.savannahnow.com/stories/011401/LOCindex.shtml5. Southern Christian Leadership Conference, 44th Annual Convention Keynote Speakers & Presenters http://sclc.national.org/page.asp?itemid=4521&siteid=26076. Outpatient Surgery, The Laparoscopic Revolution: An Update on the Technology that’s Moving at the Speed of Light www.outpatientsurgery.net/2003/os02/f2.pdf7. Discovery Health, On-Line Chat “21st Century Medicine”: to follow “Cybersurgery” the Discovery Channel Documentary, www.discoverychannel.com8. NewYorkMetro.com,Best Doctors Hall of Fame 2002, http://newyorkmetro.com/nymetro/health/ bestdoctors/features/6102/9. ABC 7online “Keep Student Athletes Safe,” New York-WABC, February 10, 2003, Eyewitness News Extra.10. Business Wire, Beth Israel and Slp3D present Live Webcast of NYC Surgeon to Perform WLS on the Internet, June 18, 200311. ABC 7online, Video Games Improve Skills for High-Tech Surgery – Study, New York-WABC, April 6, 2004 by Art McFarland http://abclocal.go.com/wabc/news/wabc_040604_surgerygames.html12. ABC 7online, Videogamers Make Better Surgeons, New York-WABC, April 7, 2004 http://abclocal.go.com/wabc/features/
    • Curriculum Vitae -40- James C. Rosser, Jr., MD13. CBS News, Study: Video Gamers Make Good Surgeons, New York, April 7, 2004 http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2004/04/07/health/main610601.shtml14. NBC, Laparoscopic Surgeons May Benefit From Videogames, April 7, 2004 www.nbc.com15. CNN, Video Games Help Doctors with Laparoscopic Surgery, April 7, 2004 www.cnn.com16. Modern Physician, Video-game generation arrives in surgery, April 7, 2004 http://www.modernphysician.com/performSearch.cms?keyword=rosser17. CBS New York, Video Games Helping Doctors with Laparoscopy, April 7, 2004, www.cbsnewyork.com18. MegaGames.com, Gaming Improves Surgeon Performance, April 7, 2004 http://www.megagames.com/news/html/console/gamingimprovessurgeonperformance.shtml19. amednews.com, “Today’s gamer, tomorrow’s surgeon? Researchers hope video games can attract youths to medical careers.” Damon Adams, AMNews staff, May 3, 2004, http://ama-assn.org/amednews/2004/05/03/prsc0503.htm20. New York Daily News, “Bypassing Routine Weight-loss Plans: More than 100,000 americans underwent extreme surgery in 2003 to beat diet despair” May 9, 2004, www.dailynews.com21. Modern Physician, “High-tech teachers: IT drives next generation of doc training,” July 1, 2004, http://www.modernphysician.com/performSearch.cms?keyword=rosser**110 additional internet hits on various sites**NEWS REVIEWS1. Over 100 Students Learn Leadership Skills at Second Annual HHS Leadership Conference. The Beacon Journal, 19912. Today’s Profile: Joystick takes place of knife for surgeon. The Plain Dealer, 19913. Dr. James Rosser Jr., 38, Laparoscopic Surgeon Akron General Medical Ctr. The Beacon Journal, 19914. Black Surgeons Symposium. ENDO-SURGERY INSTITUTE, 19915. Michael: Making Pediatric History. Children’s Progress, Children’s Hospital Medical Center, 20:3-6, 19926. What’s His Line? Beacon Magazine, 19927. Kent State University hosts dinner dance for scholarship funding. The Beacon Journal, 19928. Under Forty, 40: Again, youth is served. Crain’s Cleveland Business, 19929. Laparoscopy is introduced, Local surgeons now taking courses in the new technique. Bon Dia Aruba, 199210. Un sistema nobo di operracion lo wordo introduci na beneficio di e pashent. Bon Dia Aruba, 199211. DOCTOR: Thanksgiving in South full of sights and smells. The Beacon Journal, 199212. Dare to be different: Akron surgeon has message for teens. The Plain Dealer, 199213. Ohio General Surgeon Extends Laparoscopic Surgery to Treatment of Pediatric Patients. Laparoscopy News, 199214. ‘Keyhole’ surgery used on infant: 19 month-old has gallbladder removed and is out of hospital the next day. The Beacon Journal, 199215. Akron surgeon wins award. The Beacon Journal, 199316. Lap land: A top physician from Mississippi brings his state-of-the-art course on laparoscopic surgery to New Haven. Yale-New Haven Medical Center LIFE, 199417. “Inside The Community” Talk Show, Health In The Community WNHC-1340 AM Radio, New Haven, Connecticut, 199418. To cut or not to cut: Surgery looks to its future. YALE MEDICINE, Fall/Winter 1994-95
    • Curriculum Vitae -41- James C. Rosser, Jr., MD19. PROFILE: Meet James Rosser, Jr., Surgeon at Yale-New Haven Hospital. HOSPITAL NEWS, January/February, 199520. The Laparoscopy alternative: This different technique offers smaller incisions and less pain. Waterbury Newspaper, 199521. Painful gallbladder sparks trek from Alaska: Woman wants only the best for surgical procedure, finds him at Yale-New Haven. New Haven Register, 199522. Yale doctor guides surgeon in first transcontinental operation. The Connecticut Post, 199523. Yale doctor ‘operates’ 5,000 miles from patient. New Haven Register, 199524. Telementoring: Yale Surgeon beams to distant colleagues. Associated Press, 199525. Outpatient laparoscopic surgery center makes debut. The Connecticut Post, April, 199526. Painful Gallbladder sparks trek from Alaska: Woman wants the best for surgical procedure, finds him at Yale-New Haven. New Haven Register, May, 199527. “Top Gun” surgeon ties a mean square knot. New Haven Register. June, 199528. Telemedicine Holds the Promise of Bringing Experienced Surgeons to Rural Hospitals. General Surgery & Laparoscopy News, June, 199529. Health: Video-game Surgery. Boy’s Life Magazine, June, 199530. “The Art of Laparoscopic Suturing CD-ROM”. The Medical CD-ROM Catalog, 199531. Boot Camp for Surgeons. Scientific American, September, 199532. Telemedicine: Remote Control Healthcare. Hemispheres, September, 199533. Yale pioneers microsurgery for gynecological problems. New Haven Register, September, 199534. Long distance care, long distance learning. Yale-New Haven Medical Center LIFE, 199535. Surgical telementoring demonstration at the American College of Surgeons Annual Meeting, VTEL Preview, First Quarter, 199636. Digital Education: Teaching by 1’s + 0’s. YALE MEDICINE, March, 199637. State of the Art Surgical Training. Yale Bulletin & Calendar, April, 199638. Center to teach surgery. New Haven Register, April, 199639. Teaching Surgery in Honolulu. YALE MEDICINE, Winter 199640. Cybersurgery in the Dominican Republic. The Los Angeles Times, July, 200041. Cybersurgery in the Dominican Republic. The New York Times, July, 200042. Cybersurgery in the Dominican Republic. The Delta Democratic Times, July, 200043. Cybersurgery in the Dominican Republic. The Clarion-Ledger, July, 200044. Robotics_Telesurgery: In the Waiting Room. Scientific American, December, 200045. “Historic Moment at Holberton Hospital,” The Daily Observer, St. John’s, Antigua, February 25, 200246. “Sunflower County medical pioneer wants to bring telemedicine to Mississippi,” The Mississippi Link, February 28-March 6, 200247. “The Best Doctors in New York,” New York Magazine, June 10, 200248. “Future of Medicine: Multimedia lets surgeons help anywhere in the world,” Clem Richardson, New York Daily News, New York, NY, July 22, 2002. pg 2249. “Doctor Says Dream Big,” The Daily Advertiser, Lafayette, Louisiana, October 29, 200250. “No Longer Has Stomach For It,” New York Newsday, November 28, 200251. “Tech Whiz Was a Cyberphobe for Years,” The Medical Herald, December 200252. “Online Operation” Chicago Tribune, Chicago, IL: Jun 19, 2003. pg 3453. “Hospitals Pressured by Soaring Demand for Obesity Surgery,” New York Times, August 29, 200354. “On a Mission To Flip the Laparoscopy Quotient, Surgeon Unveils His Plan,” General Surgery News, September 2003
    • Curriculum Vitae -42- James C. Rosser, Jr., MD55. “As Obesity Rises, Health Care Indignities Multiply,” New York Times, November 29, 200356. “When it Comes to Surgery, He’s a Minimalist,” New York Times, December 11, 200357. “Call Our Hotline For Free Advice” Chrissy Persico, New York Daily News, New York, NY: January 12, 2004. pg 2858. “Pre-Op Warm-Up: A Few Video Games,” Bonnie Rothman Morris, New York Times, February 26, 2004 Section G, Page 4, Column 159. “Video Games an Rx for Docs,” Lindsay Fortado, New York Daily News, New York, N.Y.; April 7, 2004. pg 10, 1860. “Rosser Returns Home as Guest Lecturer,” The Commercial Appeal, April 17, 200461. “Bypassing Routine Weight-loss plans,” Jordan Lite – Daily News Health Writer, New York Daily News, New York, NY, May 9, 2004 pg 2262. “For surgeons, video practice may be perfect” John Kass, Chicago Tribune, Chicago, IL: May 30, 2004. pg 2CRITICAL REVIEWS/RECOGNITION1. Laparoscopic Hernia Repair CD-ROM Evaluation of Surgical Title. The New England Journal of Medicine, 332:130, 1995.2. The Art of Laparoscopic Suturing CD-ROM Evaluation. The Lancet, 340:1283-1284, 1995.3. The Yale Series of Minimally Invasive Surgery. JAMA. 1998.CURRENT RESEARCH ACTIVITIESMicro-Laparoscopy Under Local anesthesia for Tram Flap PreparationSelf contained lighter than air and heavier than air connectivity conduits.Virtual Reality simulator and their impact upon surgical training.Laparoscopic Adrenalectomy and Spleenectomy TechniquesAlternate site insufflation technique for obtaining pneumoperitoneumTrocar site closureEndoscopic Manual Dexterity Skills and Psychomotor DrillsObjective evaluation of Telemedicine equipment: Evaluation of CODEC equipment for the transferof surgical skillsErgonomic Applications towards the Operating Room SetupModern Surgical Skill and Knowledge Transfer TechniquesObjective evaluation of surgical skills – Gabriel Rosser Inanimate Proctor introduction andvalidationHybrid Trainers as a cost-effective surgical trainer: the Gabriel-Rosser Inanimate ProctorInvestigating the effect of “warming-up” before laparoscopic surgeryResearching the association between videogame play and the development of laparoscopic surgicalskillVirtual Reality Simulators as a training tool for laparoscopic surgeryRESEARCH PRECEPTEESFellowsEdgar G. Rodas, MD, 1995-1996. Currently: Research Associate in Surgery, Yale University School of Medicine, New Haven, Connecticut.
    • Curriculum Vitae -43- James C. Rosser, Jr., MDRuediger Prosst, MD 1996-1997. Currently: Medical Student at University of Tuebingen, Tuebingen, Germany.Michinora Muruyama, MD 1997-1999. Currently: Professor of Surgery in Tokyo, JapanNick Gabriel, DO 1999-2000. Currently: Private practice, Valley Stream, NYStan Hewlett, MD 2000-2001. Currently: Clinical Instructor at Bethesda Medical Center.Earl L. Noyan, MD. 2002-2003.Liza Eden Giammaria, MD, MPH. 2003-2004. Laparoscopic Surgery Fellow, Beth Israel MedicalCenter.Paul J. Lynch, MD, 2003-present. Research Associate, Advanced Medical Technology Institute. The Use of Low Bandwidth and High Bandwidth Telemedical Applications to Accomplish Mass Pre-Participation Cardio-Pulmonary Screening in Athletes The Use of CD-ROM Patient Education Modules to Assist in Accomplishing Informed Consent for Minimally Invasive Procedures: An Initial Evaluation The Effect of Knowledge Transfer on the Acquisition of Intracorporeal Suturing Skill The Effect of Videogame “Warm-up” on the Performance of Video-endoscopic Surgery TasksSteve Michael Young, MD 2004-2005 The Top Gun Laparoscopic Skills and Suturing ProgramJohn Klonsky, MD 2004-2005. Research Associate, Advanced Medical Technology Institute.StudentsLaury Haskamp, BS, 2003-2004. Medical Student at Albert Einstein College of Medicine. Are Videogame players better at laparoscopic surgery? The Effect of Videogame “Warm-up” on the Performance of Video-endoscopic Surgery TasksMark Ryan, BS, 2003-present. Medical Student at Albert Einstein College of Medicine. The Validation of the Internal Guidance Capability of the Gabriel-Rosser Inanimate Proctor for Acquisition of Laparoscopic Surgical Skill The Effect of Knowledge Transfer on the Acquisition of Intracorporeal Suturing SkillJames Brief, BA, 2004-present. Medical Student at Albert Einstein College of Medicine. The Effect of Knowledge Transfer on the Acquisition of Intracorporeal Suturing Skill The Use of CD-ROM Patient Education Modules to Assist in Accomplishing Informed Consent for Minimally Invasive Procedures: An Initial Evaluation The Effect of Videogame “Warm-up” on the Performance of Video-endoscopic Surgery Tasks The Use of Low Bandwidth and High Bandwidth Telemedical Applications to Accomplish Mass Pre-Participation Cardio-Pulmonary Screening in Athletes
    • Curriculum Vitae -44- James C. Rosser, Jr., MDBrian Colsant, BS, 2003-2004. Medical Student at Albert Einstein College of Medicine The Use of a Hybrid Trainer in an Established Laparoscopic Skill Development Program. The Use of CD-ROM Patient Education Modules to Assist in Accomplishing Informed Consent for Minimally Invasive Procedures: An Initial EvaluationBjorn Herman, BS, 1998-2004. Medical student at Columbia University College of Physicians andSurgeons Telementoring in Third World Countries Operation Messiah: A Demonstration of Telementoring Methodology Capabilities (not yet submitted – intended for Journal of the ACS) Methodology of Telementoring (not yet submitted – intended for Surgical Endoscopy) The Validation of the Internal Guidance Capabilities of the Gabriel-Rosser Inanimate Proctor for Acquisition of Laparoscopic Surgical Skill The Use of a Hybrid Trainer in an Established Laparoscopic Skill Development Program. Are Videogame players better at laparoscopic surgery? Obesity Surgery: Knowledge, Skills, Advocacy Operation Beating Heart The Use of Low Bandwidth and High Bandwidth Telemedical Applications to Accomplish Mass Pre-Participation Cardio-Pulmonary Screening in Athletes The Use of CD-ROM Patient Education Modules to Assist in Accomplishing Informed Consent for Minimally Invasive Procedures: An Initial Evaluation The Effect of Knowledge Transfer on the Acquisition of Intracorporeal Suturing SkillMini-FellowshipSummer 1997Jon BlancaflorVincent GrassoMingte HuangRupert PrommegerMichael GranbowskiHarold BremSummer 1999Anthony AntonacciMary Jane ReidRoger MasonCharles KordulaEllison KaldaRobert Scarcella
    • Curriculum Vitae -45- James C. Rosser, Jr., MDFall 2000Kumar MuthasamyAmy HamlingKC JosephJuan PerdomoFall 2002Steven BengelsdorfAmos KuvhenguhwaElaine MayPaul MalaspinaSpring 2001 (4/23-6/3)?Members?Spring 2003Walter MedlinLisa MedvetzPaul MalaspinaSylvanus OyogoaEduardo MenorSpring 2004Rafael GrossmannThomas CasaleSummer 2004Wajdi HamdanPeter S. Boutsicaris1 Month FellowsJanuary 2000John Mecenas