Jeffrey Shuhaiber

University of Massachusetts Medical School

Jeffrey Shuhaiber is a cardiovascular and thoracic surgeon at the Heart and Vascular Center and Department of Surgery at Baystate Medical Center and University of Massachusetts Medical School. Dr. Shuhaiber earned his MD from the University of London King’s College School of Medicine with distinction and completed his post-graduate medical education at the same institution. He completed his surgical residency at the University of Illinois and then thoracic surgery at Loyola University, and did his fellowship at Boston Children’s Hospital and Cambridge University. He then joined the University of Cincinnati and Children’s Hospital as Assistant Professor in Cardiac Surgery. Dr. Shuhaiber has interests in both teaching and clinical research. He has received numerous awards throughout residency and clinical practice. He has had broad training in both acquired and structural heart disease as well as surgery for heart and lung failure. He has been the recipient of first-place awards for research presented at American College of Surgeons Committees. He is a reviewer for several surgical journals and has authored several book chapters, and has authored or coauthored numerous peer-reviewed publications. He performs both clinical and translational research.

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Aortic aneurysms and dissections are common problems worldwide. Although surgery outcomes are improving, etiology remains elusive and absolute methods of primary prevention remain unknown. This book addresses these areas and provides future directions for clinicians and researchers who are involved in aortic disease. It reviews diagnosis and surveillance of aortic root dilation, mycotic aortic aneurysm, and the role of human immunodeficiency virus. Written by international experts, chapters discuss such topics as animal models for abdominal aortic aneurysm, safe methods of repairing type A aortic dissection, and challenges in data image analysis. This book provides a simple framework for those who want to understand the principles of aortic aneurysm and aortic dissection repair.

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