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    Neil Cambronero, MD

    TitleAssistant Professor
    SchoolUCSF School of Medicine
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      UCSF Medical CenterPediatric Cardiac SurgeryUCSF School of Medicine2014
      UCSF Medical CenterCardiothoracic SurgeryUSCF School of Medicine2012
      Mount Sinai Medical CenterChief resident in surgeryMount Sinai School of Medicine2009
      Mount Sinai Medical CenterSenior resident in surgeryMount Sinai School of Medicine 2008
      Mount Sinai School of Medicine Cabrini Program, NYCSurgery ResidentMount Sinai School of Medicine2006
      Mount Sinai School of Medicine Cabrini Program, NYCSurgery InternshipMount Sinai School of Medicine2005
      SUNY Syracuse Medical UniversityMDSchool of Medicine2004
      Collapse Awards and Honors
      Mount Sinai Department of Surgery2008 - 2009Arthur H. Aufses Chief Resident Award
      Mount Sinai School of Medicine Cabrini Program, NYC2005 - 2006Surgery Resident of the Year
      Mount Sinai School of Medicine Cabrini Program, NYC2004 - 2005Surgery Intern of the Year
      Department of Biological Sciences, SUNY– Stony Brook1995 - 1996Award of Honor

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      I am an Assistant Professor in the Division of Pediatric Cardiac Surgery at UCSF. I perform operations on and care for patients with congenital cardiac anomalies with an outstanding world class team here at UCSF. We care for infants, children, teens and adults with congenital heart disease. My research interests are focused on patient specific computational modeling of congenital cardiac malformations, CAD or Computer aided design modeling to improve surgical treatments for congenital heart disease. I am honored and fortunate to provide care for patients with congenital heart disease here at UCSF.

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      Patient specific computational mathematical 3D modeling of congenital cardiac disease, CAD (Computer Aided Design) modeling of surgical procedures

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      1. Cambronero N, Ratcliffe M, Ge L. . Patient Specific Finite Element Modeling of the Failing Heart. How Computational Mathematical Modeling Can Direct Optimum Surgical Procedures in Children. Biomedical Engineering Society Annual Meeting. Tampa, Florida. 2015.
      2. Genet M, Chuan Lee L, Ge L, Acevedo-Bolton G, Jeung N, Martin A, Cambronero N, Boyle A, Yeghiazarians Y, Kozerke S, Guccione JM. A Novel Method for Quantifying Smooth Regional Variations in Myocardial Contractility Within an Infarcted Human Left Ventricle Based on Delay-Enhanced Magnetic Resonance Imaging. J Biomech Eng. 2015 Aug; 137(8):081009. PMID: 25994000; PMCID: PMC4476031 [Available on 08/01/16].
      3. Ratcliffe M, Cambronero N, Takaba K, Ge L. Studies on postinfarct left ventricular remodeling: state of the art. Ann Thorac Surg. 2015 Mar; 99(3):755-6. PMID: 25742811.
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      4. Ratcliffe M, Cambronero N, Long S. Invited commentary. Ann Thorac Surg. 2014 May; 97(5):1524-5. PMID: 24792248.
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      5. Ratcliffe M, Cambronero N, Ge L. Invited commentary. Ann Thorac Surg. 2013 Jan; 95(1):162. PMID: 23272834.
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      6. Jaussaud N, Chitsaz S, Meadows A, Wintermark M, Cambronero N, Azadani AN, Saloner DA, Chuter TA, Tseng EE. Acute type A aortic dissection intimal tears by 64-slice computed tomography: a role for endovascular stent-grafting? J Cardiovasc Surg (Torino). 2013 Jun; 54(3):373-81. PMID: 22820738.
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      7. Wayne M, Cooperman A, Kasmin F, Cohen S, Dryska H, Ottaviano L, Katcherian C, Cambronero N, Siegel J. Chronic pancreatitis with synchronous and metachronous malignancy: three unusual cases and a literature review. J Surg Educ. 2007 May-Jun; 64(3):158-61. PMID: 17574177.
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