Richard Andrassy, M.D., is a board-certified surgeon with more than 40 years of experience. Dr. Andrassy's areas of specialty care include surgical oncology, hernia surgery, pediatric surgery and endocrine surgery. He is on the faculty of Minimally Invasive Surgeons of Texas.
• Associate Professor and Director Surgical Critical Care Fellowship, UTHealth Medical School
• Faculty member, Center for Translational Injury Research, UTHealth Medical School
• Trauma surgeon, Memorial Hermann-Texas Medical Center
Bryan Cotton, M.D., M.P.H., specializes in the care of critically injured individuals. He’s leading a research project designed to find the best way to give blood transfusions to severely injured patients. He has written scholarly articles for multiple publications including the New England Journal of Medicine.
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Prior to joining the faculty in 2008, John B. Holcomb, M.D., served as a United States Army Colonel. In a New York Times article, he was described as one of the top military trauma surgeons and cited for his efforts to enhance the transportation of wounded soldiers and control severe bleeding. He is a supporter of the use of clinical trials to improve trauma care. The Center for Translational Injury Research is working to enhance the care of trauma patients requiring massive blood transfusions.
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Walter Lowe, M.D., is a board-certified orthopaedic surgeon with a subspeciality in sports medicine. Lowe studied under the legendary baseball doctor Frank Jobe, M.D., who pioneered a procedure to repair injured pitching arms called “Tommy John Surgery.” Dr. Lowe specializes in the care of injured knees, shoulders or elbows. He is a member of the National Football League Physicians Society and the Association of Professional Team Physicians.
Brad Snyder, M.D., is a board-certified general surgeon with advanced training and expertise in laparoscopic surgery for general and bariatric surgery. He offers all standard bariatric surgeries through laparoscopy and incision less bariatric surgery.
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