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Mark F. Conrad, MD
Assistant Professor of Surgery, Harvard Medical School
(617) 724-7660 p
(617) 643-4714 f
MConrad@partners.org

Educational Background:
University of Michigan Medical School 1997

Residency:
General Surgery, Henry Ford Hospital, Detroit, MI 2004
Fellowship:
Massachusetts General Hospital (Vascular and Endovascular Surgery) 2006
Board Certification:
General Surgery, Vascular Surgery board certified

Clinical Interests:
Central aortic disease, Cerebrovascular disease, Endovascular therapies
Research:
Management of aortic dissection, Evaluation of Hybrid procedures in aortic aneurysm repair

Recent Publications:
Eckhauser FE, Conrad M, et al. Safety and Long-Term Durability of Completion Gastrectomy in 81 Patients with Postsurgical Gastroparesis Syndrome. American Surgeon 1998, 64(8); 711-17.

Conrad MF, Patton JH, Parikshak M, Kralovich KA. Evaluation of Vascular Injury in Penetrating Extremity trauma: Angiographers Stay Home. American Surgeon March 2002, 68(3); 269-74.

Conrad MF, Pandurangi KK, Parikshak M, Castillo E, Talpos GB. Postoperative Surveillance of Differentiated Thyroid Carcinoma: A Selective Approach. American Surgeon March 2003, 69(3); 244-51.

Conrad MF, Patton JH, Parikshak M, Kralovich KA. Selective Management of Penetrating Truncal Injuries: Is Emergency Department Discharge a Reasonable Goal? American Surgeon March 2003, 69(3); 266-73.

Conrad MF, Shepard AD, Rubinfeld IS, Nypaver TJ, Reddy DJ, Cho JS. Long-term Results of Catheter-Directed Thrombolysis for Infrainguinal Bypass Graft Occlusion: The Urokinase Era. Journal of Vascular Surgery May 2003, 37(5); 1009-16.

Parikshak M, Castillo ED, Conrad MF, Talpos GB. Impact of Hypercalcemia and Parathyroid Hormone Level on the Sensitivity of Preoperative Sestamibi Scanning for Primary Hyperparathyroidism. American Surgeon May 2003, 69(5); 393-8.

Conrad MF, Shepard AD, Pandurangi KK, Parikshak M, Nypaver TJ, Reddy DJ, Cho JS. Outcome of Carotid Endarterectomy in African Americans: Is Race a Factor? Journal of Vascular Surgery Jul 2003, 38(1); 129-37.

Cho JS, Pandurangi K, Conrad MF, Shepard AS, Carr JA, Nypaver TJ, Reddy DJ. Safety and Durability of Redo Carotid Operation: an 11-year Experience. Journal of Vascular Surgery Jan 2004, 39(1); 155-61.

Haithcock BE, Shepard AD, Raman SBK, Conrad MF, Pandurangi K, Fanous NH. Activation of Fibrinolytic Pathways is Associated with the Duration of Supraceliac Aortic Cross Clamping. Journal of Vascular Surgery Aug 2004, 40(2); 325-33.

Hua HT, Albadawi H, Entabi F, Conrad M, Stoner MC, Meriam BT, Stroufe R, Hauser S, Lamuraglia GM, Watkins MT. Poly ADP-Ribose Polymerase (PARP) Inhibition Modulates Skeletal Muscle Injury Following Ischemia Reperfusion. Archives of Surgery Apr 2005, 140(4); 344-51.

Conrad MF, Stone DH, Albadawi H, Hua HT, Entabi F, Stoner MC and Watkins MT. Local Inflammatory and Thrombotic Responses Differ in a Murine Model of Partial and Complete Hindlimb Ischemia and Reperfusion. Surgery Aug 2005; 138(2): 375-81.

Stone DH, AlBadawi H, Conrad MF, Entabi F, Stoner MC, Cambria RP, Watkins MT. PJ34, A Poly-ADP-Ribose Polymerase Inhibitor, Modulates Renal Injury Following Thoracic Aortic Ischemia Reperfusion. Surgery Aug 2005; 138(2): 368-74.

Conrad MF, Cambria RP, Stone DH, Brewster DC, Kwolek CJ, Watkins MT, LaMuraglia GM. Intermediate Results of Percutaneous Endovascular Therapy of Femoropopliteal Occlusive Disease: A Contemporary Series. Accepted by JVS Aug 2006.

Stone DH, Conrad MF, Brewster DC, Kwolek CJ, Watkins MT, LaMuraglia GM, Cambria RP. Stent Graft Repair of the Thoracic Aorta: Midterm Results. Accepted by JVS Aug 2006.

     

 

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