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  • 1. CURRICULUM VITAE March 2009Name: Saju Joseph, MDBusiness Address: 1542 Tulane Avenue, Room 748A New Orleans LA 70112Business Telephoneand Telefax: (504) 568-2159 fax (504) 568 4633Business email Address: sjose5@lsuhsc.eduEducation Undergraduate: University of California, Irvine Graduate/Medical: Tufts University School of Medicine Internship: Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center Residency: Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center Clinical Fellowships: Hepato-pancreato-biliary and Transplant fellowship University of Edinburgh, The Royal Infirmary of EdinburghCertification: Fundamentals of Laparoscopic Skills, CITI human researchLicensure: Louisiana licenseAcademic, Professional, and Research Appointments Academic Appointment: August 2008 – present Assistant Professor of Surgery, LSU Health Sciences Center, Department of Surgery, New Orleans, LAMembership in Professional Organizations: Member of American Hepato-Pancreatico-Biliary Surgeons Association Member of Association of Academic SurgeonsAwards and Honors: University of Edinburgh School of Medicine Surgical Teaching Award
  • 2. Saju Joseph, MD Harvard Medical School Housestaff and Fellows Teaching Award for medical student educationTeaching Awards: University of Edinburgh School of Medicine Surgical Teaching Award Harvard Medical School Housestaff and Fellows Teaching Award for medical student educationGrants and Contracts Funded: Tumor Angiogenesis assay co PISeminars and Invited Presentations:Staging Laparoscopy for Cholangiocarcinoma. Concensus Conference onCholangiocarcinoma EHPBA Brussels Nov 2007Actively managing length of stay: Edinburgh Postoperative Management Program.Scottish National Executive Planned Care Improvement Conference. Glasgow UK 2007Developing a structured approach to postoperative management. EdinburghPostoperative Recovery Program. Scottish HPB Annual Network Meeting. Dundee UK2007Is There Still a Role for Open Cholecystectomy? Keynote Address APHPB AssociationMeeting March 2007Cardiac Electrophysiologic Abnormalities in a Mouse Model of Idiopathic DilatedCardiomyopathy. American Heart Association Annual Meeting. Oral Presentation 2001The Use of Activated Factor VII in Patients with Severe Sepsis. Grand RoundsPresentation Jan 2005Pre-Operative Risk Stratification in Surgical Patients. Grand Rounds Presentation March2006The Lost Art of Open Cholecystectomy. Grand Rounds Presentation August 2007CME lectures: Neuroendocrine Tumors: An Overview American Gastroenterology Society Louisiana Chapter Meeting March 2009Editorial Posts and Activities Reviewer status: Reviewer for Hepato-Pancreato-Biliary Journal, Reviewer for PancreasUniversity/Institutional Service Hospital committees: Critical Care Committee Kenner Regional Medical Center, LSU Intern Hospital Cancer Committee member
  • 3. Saju Joseph, MD Special assignments: Operating Room Scheduling Ad Hoc CommitteeClinical Service Call: On call 24hrs/7 day for all hepatobiliary service at University Hospital. ¼ General Surgery call at Kenner Regional Medical Center, 1/3 wks for the NOLANET team, cross-cover once a month for the gastroenterology department.Book Chapters:Pancreas. Mastery of Surgery Handbook 2008 Submitted for publicationJournal PublicationsRefereed: 1. The Twelve Year Experience with Distal Pancreatectomy. HPB Journal. Accepted for publication 2. Staging Laparoscopy for Cholangiocarcinoma. HPB Journal March 2008. In Print 3. POSSUM Accurately Predicts Morbidity for Pancreatic Resection. Surgery Jan 2008 143; (1) 8-19 4. Cardiac Electrophysiologic Abnormalities in the CREBA133 Transgenic Mouse Model of Idiopathic Dilated Cardiomyopathy. Journal of Cardiovascular Electrophysiology September 2003 p 982-989 5. Mouse Adenovirus Expression in Primary Human Endothelial Cells and Generation of a Full Length Infectious Plasmid. Gene Therapy (1999) 6 1291- 97 6. Thoughts on Internship. Tufts University Medical School Online Newsletter. 2003Abstracts: 1. The Twelve Year Experience with Distal Pancreatectomy. Association of Surgeons of Great Britian and Ireland. Oral Presentation 2007 2. Possum Accurately Predicts Morbidity for Pancreatic Resective Surgery. Society for Surgery on the Alimentary Tract Meeting. Oral Presentation 2007. 3. Possum Accurately Predicts Morbidity for Pancreatic Resective Surgery. International Hepato-Pancreato-BiliaryAssociation Meeting Poster Presentation 2006. 4. The Cloning, Genetic Manipulation, and Efficient Propagation of Mouse Adenovirus for Development into an Alternative System for Gene Therapy. DNA Science Meeting Abstract 1998 5. Age Related Changes in AV Conduction in Connexin-40 Deficient Mice. American College of Cardiology Annual Meeting. Oral Presentation 2001 6. In Vivo Monophasic Action Potential Recording in Mouse heart and its Relation to the Ventricular Effective Refractory Period with and without Pharmacologic Intervention. NASPE Presentation 2000
  • 4. Saju Joseph, MD