Matias Bruzoni, M.D. FACS
Dr Bruzoni obtained his MD degree at the University of Buenos Aires, and completed his General Surgery Residency at the British Hospital in Argentina. He continued his training at the University of Nebraska Medical Center in Omaha as a Transplant Fellow and also completed a General Surgery Residency at the same program. Subsequently, Dr Bruzoni was the first fellow to graduate from the Pediatric Surgery Fellowship Program at Stanford in 2011 and has been the Program Director for the fellowship since June 2016. His main clinical and research interests are in minimal access neonatal surgery, surgical oncology, inflammatory bowel disease, and adolescent weight loss surgery. Dr. Bruzoni is also the Director of the Adolescent Bariatric Program, and Surgical Director of the Inflammatory Bowel Disease Program.
15:00 - 16:10
|Workshop — Should BMI outlier be a contraindication for pediatric Transplantation?
|Bariatric surgery in children
|Hill Country AB