• 1552 Citations
20082020

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Research Interests

My research activities focus on surgical education, including the development of simulation-based mastery learning curricula and the use of operative video-review as a teaching and learning tool. Partnered with the Gastroenterologists at Northwestern, I am also involved in research regarding esophageal physiology, including the use of real-time intraoperative measurements to guide surgical technique and decision-making.

I specialize in the minimally invasive surgical treatment of gastrointestinal diseases. Specifically, I treat patients with inguinal hernias, abdominal wall hernias, gallstone disease, GERD, hiatal and paraesophageal hernias, and achalasia. I also perform bariatric surgery for weight loss, including laparoscopic gastric bypass and laparoscopic sleeve gastrectomy.

Training Experience

2011Residency, George Washington University Hospital
2014Postdoctoral Fellowship, Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine
2016Residency, Northwestern University, McGaw Medical Center
2017Fellowship, Providence Portland Medical Center, Portland, Oregon

Education/Academic qualification

MEd, University of Cincinnati

… → 2014

MD, Mount Sinai School of Medicine

… → 2008

Research interests

  • Bariatric Surgery
  • Gallbladder Disease
  • Hernia
  • Hernias / Hiatal Hernia
  • Minimally Invasive Surgery
  • Simulation
  • Surgical Education
  • Weight Management and Obesity

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Research Output

Achalasia subtypes can be identified with functional luminal imaging probe (FLIP) panometry using a supervised machine learning process

Carlson, D. A., Kou, W., Rooney, K. P., Baumann, A. J., Donnan, E., Triggs, J. R., Teitelbaum, E. N., Holmstrom, A., Hungness, E., Sethi, S., Kahrilas, P. J. & Pandolfino, J. E., 2020, (Accepted/In press) In : Neurogastroenterology and Motility.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

  • Concordance Between Expert and Nonexpert Ratings of Condensed Video-Based Trainee Operative Performance Assessment

    Scully, R. E., Deal, S. B., Clark, M. J., Yang, K., Wnuk, G., Smink, D. S., Fryer, J. P., Bohnen, J. D., Teitelbaum, E. N., Meyerson, S. L., Meier, A. H., Gauger, P. G., Reddy, R. M., Kendrick, D. E., Stern, M., Hughes, D. T., Chipman, J. G., Patel, J. A., Alseidi, A. & George, B. C., May 1 2020, In : Journal of Surgical Education. 77, 3, p. 627-634 8 p.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

  • Intraoperative assessment of esophageal motility using FLIP during myotomy for achalasia

    Campagna, R. A. J., Carlson, D. A., Hungness, E., Holmstrom, A. L., Pandolfino, J. E., Soper, N. J. & Teitelbaum, E. N., Jun 1 2020, In : Surgical endoscopy. 34, 6, p. 2593-2600 8 p.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

  • 5 Scopus citations

    Intraoperative FLIP distensibility during POEM varies according to achalasia subtype

    Holmstrom, A. L., Campagna, R. A. J., Alhalel, J., Carlson, D. A., Pandolfino, J. E., Hungness, E. & Teitelbaum, E. N., 2020, (Accepted/In press) In : Surgical endoscopy.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

  • Intraoperative use of FLIP is associated with clinical success following POEM for achalasia

    Holmstrom, A. L., Campagna, R. A. J., Cirera, A., Carlson, D. A., Pandolfino, J. E., Teitelbaum, E. N. & Hungness, E., 2020, (Accepted/In press) In : Surgical endoscopy.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle