Presented by: Daniel Joseph Stoltz, MD, Resident in General Surgery, Department of Surgery
Talk Title: “Preventative Health Screening in Veterans With Obesity Seeking Bariatric Surgery: The Role of a Specialty Surgery Clinic.”
Bio: Dan Stoltz is a Stanford General Surgery resident currently in his second year of Professional Development time. He is funded by the Chan Zuckerberg Biohub Physician-Scientist Fellowship Program, the Division of Abdominal Transplantation, and a Professional Development Resident Award through the Division of General Surgery. Current research interests include translational diagnostics and clinical outcomes in pediatric abdominal transplantation, as well as clinical interventions for obese patients seeking bariatric surgery
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