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Bradley Davis, MD, is a colorectal surgeon and assistant professor of surgery at UC.  
Bradley Davis, MD
Specialty: Surgery
Sub-Specialty: Colon and Rectal Surgery
Department: Surgery
Title: Assistant Professor of Surgery; General Surgery Residency Program Director
Phone: (513) 929-0104
E-mail: bradley.davis@uc.edu
Home Page: http://surgery.uc.edu/davisb.html

Education/Credentials:

BA: Johns Hopkins University, 1992
MD: University of Buffalo, 1996
Residency (General): University of Cincinnati Medical Center, 2001
Fellowship (Trauma/Surgical Critical Care): University of Cincinnati Medical Center, 2002
Residency (Colon and Rectal Surgery): The Lahey Clinic, 2005
Board Certification: American Board of Surgery (with added qualifications in surgical critical care)


Interest:

minimally invasive colon and rectal surgery, pelvic floor disorders, fecal incontinence, hemorrhoids, colon cancer, rectal cancer


Recent Awards/Honors:

Resident Research Competition, Winner, New England Society of Colon and Rectal Surgery, NESCRS Annual Meeting, 2005

Resident/Fellow Research Award Winner, SAGES Annual Meeting, 2005

Resident Research Competition, Award Winner, Lahey Clinic Postgraduate Recognition Day, 2005

Meritorious Service Medal, USAF, 2004

Curtis E. Lemay Award, 2001, Top Graduate, Commissioned Officer Training, Maxwell AFB

Distinguished Graduate, 2001, Commissioned Officer Training, Maxwell AFB

Max Zinniger Award, 2001, Most Outstanding Resident, University of Cincinnati Department of Surgery

Alpha Omega Alpha Society, 1996, University of Buffalo School of Medicine

Buffalo Surgical Society Outstanding Achievement Award, 1996, Buffalo, NY

Distinguished Graduate, 1993, Health Professions Officer Indoctrination Course, Lackland AFB

William Howard Award, 1992, the most outstanding student athlete, The Johns Hopkins University



Selected Publications:

Laderman K, Davis B, Anfinsen CJ. “The purification and Characterization of an Extremely Thermostable Alpha-Amylase from the Hyperthermophilic Archaebacterium Pyroccocus Furiosus”. J. Bio. Chem. 268.32:24394-24398, Nov. 15, 1993

Davis B, Lowy A. Surgical management of hereditary pancreatic cancer. Med Clin North Am. 2000 May; 84(3): 749-59.

Campbell R, Davis B. Pressure-Controlled versus Volume-Controlled Ventilation: Does It Matter? Respiratory Care. 47:4, 416-426, April 2002

Johannigman J, Miller S, Davis B, Davis Jr. K, Campbell R, Branson R. Influence of Low Tidal Volumes on Gas Exchange in Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome and the Role of Recruitment Maneuvers. Journal of Trauma, 54: 2, 320-325, February 2003


 
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