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Joseph Espat, MD, FACS-Roger Williams Med. Center in Providence, RI.

Joseph Espat, MD, FACS-Roger Williams Med. Center in Providence, RI.


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Dr. Espat is Professor and Chief, Surgical Oncology, and Vice-Chair of Surgery at Roger Williams Medical Center in Providence, Rhode Island. He previously served as Interim Chief of Surgery, Chief of Hepatobiliary Surgery, and Director of Regional Hepatic Therapies at the University of Illinois at Chicago. Dr. Espat also holds a Master’s degree in nutrition and has published extensive research concerning nutritional needs of surgical patients. His clinical interests include hepatic tumors, complex pancreatic diseases and energy-based technology development for tumor ablation.
URandi Trojan 12-Apr-2010 23:22
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