ASCRS Video Mentorship Series: Strictureplasty

Date: May 20, 2022
Time: 6:00 PM Central
Moderators: Lisa M. Cannon, MD, FASCRS, Alessandro Fichera, MD, FASCRS, Sridevi Maddineni, MD, FASCRS

The ASCRS Video Mentorship Series is a series of intraoperative video-based coaching sessions, presented in the webinar format, with the goal of sharing operative techniques and improving procedural confidence. During this webinar the moderators will review videos of Strictureplasty/Stricturoplasty. 

Lisa M. Cannon, MD, FASCRS completed her general surgery residency at NYPH-Columbia University Medical Center.  After matriculating from her colon and rectal surgery fellowship at the University of Chicago, she stayed on as faculty there for five years.  She is now an associate professor of surgery at the University of Rochester Medical Center, her medical school alma mater.  Her clinical interests include inflammatory bowel disease and benign colorectal disorders, implementing enhanced recovery pathways, and evidence-based care paradigms.  

Alessandro Fichera, MD, FASCRS earned his M.D. from the Catholic University of Rome, completed General Surgery Residency at the University of Chicago and two-year fellowship in laparoscopic and colorectal surgery at Mt. Sinai School of Medicine in New York. He returned to the University of Chicago where he started and became the first Program Director of the Colon and Rectal Surgery Training Program. He moved to the University of Washington in July 2012 as chief of colorectal surgery and was appointed chief of the section of Gastrointestinal Surgery in 2014 and in 2016 the clinical director of Gastrointestinal Oncology at the Seattle Cancer Care Alliance. In November 2017 he moved to University of North Carolina as the Division Chief of Gastrointestinal Surgery. In September 2019 he became the Division Chief of Colorectal Surgery at Baylor University Medical Center in Dallas, Texas and the Surgery Safety and Quality Officer since July 2020. His clinical and research interest include colorectal cancer and inflammatory bowel disease.

Sridevi Maddineni, MD, FASCRS received her B.S. from State University of New York at Albany and MD from Albany Medical College.  She completed her general surgery residency at New York Medical College (Sound Shore) and colorectal fellowship at University of Louisville.  She is currently at Hampton VA Medical Center in Hampton, Virginia, where she is a colon and rectal surgeon and is the Chair of the Robotic Surgery Program in the Department of Surgery.

Registration is free to ASCRS members and a $50 flat-fee for non-members, which includes live and on-demand access to all webinars in the series. This is a one-time registration for enrollment in the full 2022 series. You do not need to register more than once.