Gustavo G Fernandez-Ranvier, MD, PhD
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ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR | Metabolic, Endocrine and Minimally Invasive Surgery
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Surgery, Bariatric Surgery
Research Topics
Anti-Tumor Therapy, Apoptosis/Cell Death, Cancer Genetics, Diabetes, Obesity, Thyroid, Tumor Suppressor Genes, Tumorigenesis
Areas of Interest
Areas of research interests include thyroid and parathyroid disease, adrenal and pancreatic neuroendocrine tumors, and minimally invasive and bariatric procedures. The summer of 2015, he defended his PhD thesis entitled “Molecular Pathogenesis of Parathyroid Tumors.” This original research was performed at the University of California at San Francisco during his postdoctoral fellowship, under the mentorship of world-renowned endocrine surgeon, Dr. Orlo H. Clark.

MD, Universidad de Buenos Aires

MD, University of Buenos Aires – School of Medicine

Residency, Surgery (General Surgery), Hospital Posadas

Residency, Surgery (General Surgery), Loma Linda University Hospital Medical Center

Residency, Surgery (General Surgery), San Joaquin General Hospital

Fellowship, Surgery (General Surgery), University of California San Francisco


American Board of Surgery

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