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Gregory W. Fink, M.D. joins department of surgery at University Hospital
Gregory W. Fink, M.D., has joined the staff of the department of surgery at University Hospital of SUNY Upstate Medical University as assistant professor of surgery in the cardiothoracic surgery division.
Fink received his bachelor’s degree at Bucknell University and graduated from Jefferson Medical College in Philadelphia. His general surgery residency was completed at the University of South Florida in Tampa, which included a two-year research fellowship. He has recently finished a cardiothoracic surgery residency at SUNY Upstate Medical University.
Fink’s clinical expertise is adult cardiac surgery. He is board certified by the American Board of Surgery and the National Board of Medical Examiners ACLS/ATLS, and is board eligible for the American Board of Thoracic Surgery.
He has received numerous honors during his training, including the Association for Academic Surgery Resident Research Award in the Basic Sciences, the Florida Surgical Society Resident Research Award, the University of South Florida Resident Research Award and the University of South Florida Department of Surgery Resident of the Year award. He also won first place in the 21st Annual Symposium of the Association of VA Surgeons Resident Competition and the 65th Annual Southeastern Surgical Congress Gold Medal Forum.
Fink’s bibliography includes more than 20 publications in multiple peer review journals. Among his research interests are the inflammatory response to cardiopulmonary bypass and minimally invasive cardiac surgery.
He resides in Fayetteville with his wife, Michelle and their two sons.
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