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Marc M. Zaré, MD, FACS

Advanced Laparoscopic & Hernia Surgeon

Career

Chairman,Department of Surgery
Good Samaritan Hospital – San Jose, CA – current !

Director, Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery
Good Samaritan Hospital – San Jose, CA – current !

Partner, Surgery Associates – San Jose, CA – current !

Assistant Professor of Surgery
Boston University – 2004-2008

Director of Minimally Invasive Surgery (MIS) &
Surgical Simulation, Staff Surgeon

Boston VA Healthcare System – 2004-2008 !

Clinical Instructor of Surgery
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill – 2003-2004

Education

Fellowship, Advanced Laparoscopic and Bariatric Surgery
University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC – 2002-2004

Residency, General Surgery
Georgetown University Hospital, Washington, DC – 1997-2002

Graduate Medical Education
Kasturba Medical College, India – 1989-1996

Honors

Outstanding Resident in Laparoscopic Surgery – 2001
By the Department of Surgery, Georgetown University

String of Pearl Award nominee – 2002
By the Class of 2003, Georgetown University Medical School
“For dedication & commitment to teaching medical students” !

ABSITE Travel Award – 2002
By the Department of Surgery, Georgetown University !

Medical School Honors- Surgery, Medicine, Obstetrics & Gynecology,
Orthopedics, Preventive medicine, Pathology, Pharmacology, Microbiology,
Physiology, Biochemistry, Anatomy !

National Association of Microbiologists Award – 1992
For highest scores in Pathology in Mangalore University

Association of Clinical Biochemists Award – 1991
For highest scores in Microbiology in Mangalore University !!

Kasturba Medical College Gold medals – 1991, 1992
For highest scores in Pathology & Biochemistry

Diplomas & Memberships

Diplomate, American Board of Surgery
MEMBERSHIPS Fellow, American College of Surgeons
Member, Society of American Gastrointestinal & Endoscopic Surgeons
Member, American Society of Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery
Member, International Liaison Committee, SAGES

Book Chapters

Itani KMF, Zare MM. Uncommon Abdominal Wall Hernias. In: Bland KI,
Sarr MG, Buchler MW, Csendes Attila, Garden OJ, Wong J,editors. General
Surgery. 2nd ed. London: Springer-Verlag. 2009. !

Weiss ES,ZareSM. Hematology. In: Makary M, editor. General Surgery
Review. 1st ed. Washington DC: Ladner-Drysdale; 2004. p 288-296 !

Mukherjee D, Zare SM. Extremities Vascular Trauma. In Edizioni Luigi
Pozzi s.r.l, editor. Vascular Emergencies, Pathophysiology and Surgical
Treatment. 1st ed. Rome. 1998

Publications

Zare MM. Surgery for Severe Obesity. Hospital Physician
2008. Wayne (PA): Turner White Communications 2008.Available at http://www.turner-white.com/memberfile.php?
PubCode=hp_sep08_obesity.pdf!

Zare MM, Itani KMF, Schifftner T, et al. Mortality After Nonemergent
Major Surgery Performed on Friday Versus Monday through Wednesday.
Ann Surg 2007; 246:866-874 !

Zare MM, Itani KMF. Surgical Residency: Beyond 55 Miles and 80 Hours.
FOCUS on Surgical Education 2007; 24: 26-28

Zare MM. Minimally Invasive Surgery: Review Questions. Hospital
physician. Wayne (PA): Turner White Communications 2006;42(9):39-40.
Available at http://www.turner-white.com/hp/hp03_past2006.htm#september!

Zare SM. Galanko J, Behrns KE, et al. Psychologic Well-Being of Surgery
Residents After Inception of the 80-hour Work Week: A Multiinstitutional
Study. Surgery 2005;138(2):150-7

Saund MS,ZareSM, Prasad M. Superoxide Enhancement of L-Type Ca2+
Channels in Colonic Smooth Muscle is Dependent on Gβγ and PI3-Kinase
(Abstract). SSAT 2006;47:M1874 !

Zare MM. Surgical Management for Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease. In:
Itani KMF, editor. Hospital physician general surgery board review manual.
Wayne (PA): Turner White Communications 2005;8(Pt 4):1–12. Available at
http://www.turner-white.com/brm/bgene.htm!

Morton JM,Zare SM, Behrns KE, et al. National trends in Heller myotomy
utilization and outcomes from 1988 to 1998. Surg Endosc 2003;17:S255 !
Ganasoundari A, Zare SM, Devi U. Modification of bone marrow sensitivity
by medical plant extracts. Br J Radiology 1997;70:599-602

Zare SM, Galanko J, Behrns KE, et al. Psychological Well-Being of Surgery
Residents Before the 80-hour Work Week: A Multiinstitutional Study. J Am
Coll Surg 2004;198(4):633-640 !

Zare SM, Morton JM, Farrell TM. Resident Well-Being: Perceived Stress
and Self-Esteem. Surg Endosc 2003;17:S257

Invited Talks

Advancements in General and Bariatric Surgery
Good Samaritan Hospital Sponsored Physicians’ event – 2013

Bariatric Surgery: Prescribing a Metabolic and Weight loss operation
El Camino Mountain View Grand Rounds – 2010

Single Incision Laparoscopic Surgery
Northern California Chapter of the American College of Surgeons – 2010 !

Surgical Management of Severe Obesity
Boston University medical students lecture series – 2006 to current

Whipple procedure. A technical and historic perspective
Nursing lecture, Boston VA Healthcare System – 2007

The Story of Surgical Outcomes: From the Golden Goose Ostrich to the
American Veterans
Surgical Grand Rounds, Boston University, Boston, MA – 2006

Elective Major Surgery leads to higher mortality when performed on Friday
as compared with Monday through Wednesday Meeting of the Society of University Surgeons, San Diego, CA – 2006 !

Surgery for Morbid Obesity: An overview and update
Boston Swallowing and Motility Disorder Society, Boston, MA – 2005

Has the 80-Hour Work Week Improved Psychological Well-Being of
Surgery Residents? A Multi-institutional Study Report
Surgical Grand Rounds, Boston University, Boston, MA – 2005 !!

Psychological Well-Being of Surgery Residents after inception of the
80-hour Work Week: A Multi-institutional Study
Meeting of the Society of University Surgeons, Nashville, TN – 2005 !

Obesity Update: Ghrelin, New Kid on the Block
Multidisciplinary GI conference, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill,
NC – 2004

Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease: Debates, Controversies &
New Paradigms. Surgical Grand Rounds, Boston VA Healthcare System
Boston, MA – 2004 !

Psychological Well-Being of Surgery Residents before and after
the 80 hour Work Week: A Prospective Multi-institutional Study
Surgical Grand Rounds, Univ N Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC – 2004 !

Chronic Pancreatitis: To Resect or not to Resect
Multidisciplinary GI conference, Univ N Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC – 2003 !

Surgery in Chronic Pancreatitis
Asheville VA Medical Center, Asheville, NC – 2003 !

Resident Well-Being: Perceived Stress and Self-Esteem
SAGES meeting, Los Angeles, CA – 2003

Ileal Pouches: An Overview
Surgical Grand Rounds, Georgetown University, Washington, DC – 2001

Precise Role of Imaging in Acute Abdomen
Surgical Grand Rounds, Georgetown University, Washington, DC – 2000

Hydatid Cyst of Liver: Diagnosis and management
Surgical Grand Rounds, Fairfax Hospital, Falls Church, VA – 1999

Living Donor Liver Transplant
Surgical Grand Rounds. Georgetown University, Washington, DC – 1998

Radiomodifying effects of plant drugs on mouse bone marrow
The 11th International Medical Students Congress. Istanbul, Turkey – 1995

Modification of radiation-induced hemopoietic stem cell lethality by
Withaferin A, Plumbagin & Ocimum Extract. International Symposium on
Radiomodifiers in Human Health. Manipal, India – 1995 !

Clinical comparison of Carcinoma of Proximal colon, Distal
Colon & Rectum. The 10th International Medical Students Congress
Istanbul, Turkey – 1994

Leadership

Chair– Dept. of Surgery, Good Samaritan Hospital, San Jose – current
POSITIONS Director– Bariatric Surgery, Good Samaritan Hospital, San Jose – current
Member– Physician Advisory Committee, Good Sam Hospital – current
Director of Minimally Invasive Surgery– Boston VA, 2004-08
Chair of task force – OR scheduling and patient safety,Boston VA, 2006
Chair of task force– OR digital integration project, Boston VA, 2007

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