Guilherme M Campos
The Bariatric/Foregut/Advanced GI MIS Fellowship at VCU Medical Center is focused on the evaluation and management of patients with advanced foregut and abdominal wall issues as well as clinically severe obesity. The fellowship offers experience in surgical weight loss procedures including laparoscopic sleeve gastrectomy, Roux-en-Y gastric bypass, and complex revisional operations. In addition, the fellowship provides the opportunity to become proficient in minimally invasive complex benign foregut and hernia. Foregut experience may include, but not be limited to, laparoscopic paraesophageal and hiatal hernia repair, partial and complete fundoplasty, as well as therapeutic endoscopy. The fellowship will also include participation in the GI Motility lab. The fellowship provides a comprehensive experience in laparoscopic and open hernia repair as well complex abdominal wall reconstruction. Fellows will gain in depth experience with various types of biologic, hybrid, and synthetic mesh constructs. An important component of the fellowship remains the one-on-one mentorship with surgical attendings that extends beyond the operating room.
Research and Service Experience
Fellows are expected to conduct at least one clinical research project that leads to at least one abstract, one presentation at a local, regional, or national meeting, and submission of one manuscript for publication to a peer-reviewed journal. While the research topic(s) may be dictated by the fellow and participating faculty, a large bariatric database is available and easily accessible. The faculty and full-time statistician will provide assistance and mentorship during this process. Fellows are encouraged to augment their clinical education by leading the MIS Conference, attending educational hands-on training courses, and participating in simulation-based training of surgical residents and medical students at the VCU Center for Human Simulation and Patient Safety. Fellows are strongly encouraged to serve the surgical community through involvement in local, regional, and/or national committees. The type and extent of involvement is depended on fellow interest. We also have an active Basic Science research program in which the fellow can participate if interested.
Operative experience will take place primarily at VCU Medical Center, a 950-bed teaching hospital associated with the Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine - Medical College of Virginia. The medical center, located in downtown Richmond, is a regional referral center for the Commonwealth of Virginia and offers more than 200 specialty areas, many of national and international note including the VCU Minimally Invasive Surgery Center. The facilities include state-of-the-art operating suites for minimally invasive procedures. VCU Medical Center stands alone in the Commonwealth of Virginia as the only institution certified by the American College of Surgeons and American Society of Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery as a Comprehensive Bariatric Center with Adolescent Qualifications. In addition, the fellow will participate in teaching of surgical residents and students in the VCU Center for Human Simulation and Patient Safety, a brand new 25,000 square foot facility in the McGlothin Medical Education Center as well as in the VCU Minimally Invasive Surgery Center.
Basic Program Information:
- Location: Richmond, Virginia
- Primary Program Site: VCU Medical Center
- Primary Hospital: Total bed size, # OR's, # Surgical ICU beds:
- Secondary Program Site:
- Secondary Hospital: Total bed size, # OR's, # Surgical ICU beds:
- Clinic locations and schedule:
- University Affiliation: Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine
- School of Medicine Affiliation:
- Year Program Established: 2000
- Number of Faculty:
- % of Program Clinical: 90
- % of Program Research: 10
Additional Program Information:
- Interaction with Residents: Some cases shared
- Is there a General Surgery Residency at the Primary Institution? Yes
- Is there a General Surgery Residency at the Secondary Institution? No
- Is there a curriculum in place for fellowship? Yes
- Is there a skills lab at the institution with fellow access? No
- Are there teaching conferences available for the fellow? Yes
- Is there an evaluation tool for fellow by faculty in place? Yes
- Is there an evaluation tool for faculty by fellow in place? Yes
- Papers Accepted For Publication where PD was an author: 22
- Publications that Involved Input from the Fellow: 5
Contact Information For Questions:
Email: [email protected]
Basic Science Research
Citizenship and Visa Requirements:
- US Citizens
- US Permanent Residents (Green Card)
- Canadian Citizens
- Canadian Permanent Residents
- Non U.S. Citizens eligible for/with planned J-1 Visa during their fellowship (For U.S. Fellowship Programs)
Medical School Requirements:
- We accept graduates of U.S. or Canadian Medical Schools and Foreign Medical Schools
- We accept graduates of Foreign Medical Schools only if ECFMG Certified
Examinations and Certifications:
- Applicants must have passed the USMLE/COMLEX Step 1, 2, & 3 exams
Licensure Requirements and Information:
Prior to matriculation, applicants must secure an unrestricted Medicine and Surgery license from the Virginia Board of Medicine (http://www.dhp.virginia.gov/medicine) and complete credentialing requirements at VCU Medical Center and Chippenham Johnston-Willis Medical Center. Graduates of a foreign medical school must have passed the ECFMG examination and documented at least one year of approved post-graduate training in the United States. VCU Medical Center supports only those foreign-born applicants with a valid J-1 Visa.
|Accreditation Status||Accreditation Period||Length of Accreditation||Accredited for Advanced GI MIS/Bariatrics/Foregut||2021-2023||2|
Fellowship Opportunity # 1
- Number of Positions Available: 1
- Type of Fellowship: Adv GI MIS
- Duration: 1 year
- Start Day: July 1
- End Day: June 30
- Is this a salaried position? Yes
- It is a requirement that the salary must be commensurate to a PGY 6 or greater in the same city. Does your program meet this requirement? Yes
- Is the salary guaranteed for the year? Yes
- Is there funding available beyond salary for meeting attendance, research, etc? Yes
- Is the salary dependent on call? No
- Is the Fellow on call?
What are the on call requirements?
- What are the estimated fellow weekly work hours?
- It is a requirement that Health Insurance be provided. Do you provide health insurance to your fellows? Yes
- Teaching Responsibilities: Yes
- Courses/Academic Presentations: Yes
- Does reimbursement for the above make up part of the salary? No
- Does the fellowship contract include a non-compete clause? Yes
Clinical Outpatient Experience
The outpatient experience includes the leadership of a weekly faculty-supervised bariatric surgery clinic where pre- and post-operative patients are comprehensively evaluated and managed with the assistance of a bariatric nurse practitioner and surgical trainees. In addition, the outpatient experience includes time spent with each VCU faculty member in more broad-based MIS / bariatric clinics where patients with foregut and abdominal wall pathology are evaluated and managed. The spectrum of hernia seen at VCU ranges from those requiring simple laparoscopic repair to those involving advanced abdominal wall reconstruction. During the outpatient experience, fellows will demonstrate proficiency in outpatient minor procedures and band adjustments.
Fellows are expected to conduct at least one clinical research project that leads to at least one abstract, one presentation at a local, regional, or national meeting, and submission of one manuscript for publication to a peer-reviewed journal. While the research topic(s) may be dictated by the fellow and participating faculty, a large bariatric database is available and easily accessible. The faculty and full-time statistician will provide assistance and mentorship during this process.
Program Director(s) Detailed Information
Dr. Jennifer Salluzzo MD
- At Institution Since: 2016
- Program Director Since : 2019
- Board Certification: Board Certified
Areas of ExpertiseBariatric, Foregut, MIS General Surgery and Hernias
Summary of Qualifications
Salluzzo JL, Duffy AJ, Nadzam GS. Complications After Bariatric Surgery: A Weighty Concern. Medscape 2016 Jul 20. Reference.medscape.com.
Raval AB, Salluzzo J, Dvorak T, Price LL, Mignano JE, Wu JK. Salvage Gamma Knife
Radiosurgery after failed management of bilateral trigeminal neuralgia. Surg Neurol Int.
2014 Nov 21:5; 160.
05/2016 DDW 2016
San Diego, CA
Video Presentation: Laparoscopic Duodenoduodenostomy
03/2016 SAGES 2016
Video Presentation: Laparoscopic Choledochoduodenostomy
02/2016 Academic Surgical Congress 2016
Podium Presentation: Outpatient Infusion Protocol Decreases Readmission Rates in Post- operative Bariatric Patients.
06/2015 Grand Rounds, Yale-New Haven Hospital, New Haven, CT
2015 New England Surgical Society, Newport, RI
Multimodal Pain Prophylaxis Reduces Length of Stay of Bariatric Surgical Patients.
2005 N.E.U.R.O.N, New York, NY
Effects of the Dopamine D1-Receptor Specific Antagonist SCH23390 On Social-Defeat Stress Induced Cross-Sensitization to Heroin and Cocaine.
2005 N.E.U.R.O.N, New York, NY
Effects of GABA-ergic Compounds on Ultrasonic Vocalizations in Mouse Pups: Modulation at the GABAA α2- Subunit.
08/2016- present Assistant Professor of Surgery
Division of Gastrointestinal and Bariatric Surgery
Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine, Richmond, VA
07/2015-06/2016 Clinical Instructor of Surgery
Division of Gastrointestinal Surgery
Yale School of Medicine, New Haven, CT
POST GRADUATE TRAINING
07/2015-06/2016 Yale-New Haven Hospital, New Haven, CT
07/2010-06/6/2016 Yale- New Haven Hospital, New Haven, CT
Categorical General Surgery Resident
08/2006-05/2010 Tufts University School of Medicine, Boston, MA
B.A./M.D. Early Acceptance Program
08/2002-05/2006 Tufts University, Medford, MA
B.A. Magna Cum Laude
Biological Psychology with a Second Major in Biomedical Engineering
Guilherme M Campos MD, PhD
- At Institution Since: 2015
- Program Director Since : 2015
- Board Certification: Board Certified
Pacific Coast Surgical Association
Areas of ExpertiseBariatric, Foregut, MIS General Surgery and Hernias
Summary of Qualifications
Dr. Campos is Professor of Surgery and Chair of the Division of Bariatric and Gastrointestinal Surgery at Virginia Commonwealth University Department of Surgery. He is a gastrointestinal and laparoscopic surgeon who specializes and has experience with traditional and minimally invasive techniques to diagnose and treat foregut diseases (esophageal and gastric cancer, esophageal achalasia, GERD, Barrett’s Esophagus, Hiatal hernias, gastroparesis, esophageal motility disorders) and laparoscopic weight loss (bariatric) surgery. Dr. Campos has trained 15 clinical fellows in laparoscopic foregut and bariatric surgery.
Dr. Campos clinical expertise includes all techniques in minimally invasive bariatric surgery including laparoscopic gastric bypass, sleeve gastrectomy, bands, revisions and reversals; minimally invasive surgery and therapeutic endoscopy for esophageal and gastric diseases, including esophageal stenting, dilations, among others; laparoscopic and thoracoscopic esophagectomy, laparoscopic and endoscopic anti-reflux procedures, laparoscopic repair of paraesophageal hernias, laparoscopic heller myotomy, laparoscopic partial and total gastrectomies; minimally invasive general surgery including laparoscopic inguinal and ventral hernias, among others. Dr. Campos is certified by the American Board of Surgery and is a fellow of the American College of Surgeons and the American Society for Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery and a member of the Society for Surgery of the Alimentary Tract (SSAT), Society of American Gastrointestinal Endoscopic Surgeons (SAGES), Central Surgical Association, Pacific Coast Surgical Surgical Association, among others.
Dr. Campos’ research has focused on treatment outcomes after minimally invasive and endoscopic procedures for obesity, esophageal and gastric diseases; and the study of changes in glucose regulatory mechanisms after bariatric surgery. He has authored or co-authored over 100 peer-reviewed articles and chapters in books, has performed live surgery demonstrations in 5 national meetings, and has presented his work at more than 120 national and international meetings.
PEER REVIEWED PAPERS
1. Reis L, Campos GM, Coelho JC, Reis AD, Moraes AG, Pisani JC. Papillary cystic neoplasm of the pancreas - Report of a case. Revista Medica do Parana 48(6): 43-45, 1991.
2. Coelho JC, Campos GM, Matias JE. Cholecystectomy through mini-incision and classic subcostal incision. A prospective randomized study. Revista Brasileira de Cirurgia 82(2): 67-69, 1992.
3. Coelho JC, Marchesini JB, Campos AC, Camargo CA, Grillo MA, Campos GM. Cholecystectomy through mini-laparotomy. Revista do Colegio Brasileiro de Cirurgioes 19(5): 213-215, 1992.
4. Brenner S, Campos GM, Brenner AS, Schulz ES, Coelho JC. Intestinal obstruction - Analysis of 276 cases. Revista do Colegio Brasileiro de Cirurgioes; 21(1): 1-5, 1993.
5. Campos GM, Coelho JC, Loddo GL, Wiederkher JC, Schulz ES. Autotransplantation of splenic tissue in rats. Surgical Research Communications; 15: 245-250, 1994.
6. Campos AC, Campos GM, Tullio LF, Silva AL, Coelho JC. Treatment of small bowel fistulas. Revista do Colegio Brasileiro de Cirurgioes; 21(5): 37-42, 1994.
7. Campos AC, Campos GM, Meguid MM, Coelho JC. Nutritional support in gastrointestinal fistulas. Revista Brasileira de Nutricao Clinica; 9(2): 4-16, 1994.
8. Campos AC, Campos GM, Tullio LF, Silva AL, Coelho JCU. Treatment of the duodenal fistulas. Revista do Colegio Brasileiro de Cirurgioes; 22(1): 28-32, 1995.
9. Coelho JC, Wiederkehr J, Lacerda M, ZeniNeto C, Matias JE, Campos GM, Freitas A, Cat I, Lopes R. Liver transplantation. experience with 35 Cases. Revista Medica do Parana; 52(3/4): 1-4, 1995.
10. Coelho JC, Wiederkehr J, Lacerda M, Campos AC, Neto CZ, Matias JE, Campos GM. Cost of liver transplantation at the clinical hospital of the University of Parana, Brazil. Revista da Associacao Medica Brasileira; 43(1): 53-57, 1997.
11. Coelho JC, Wiederkehr J, Lacerda M, Campos AC, Neto CZ, Matias JE, Campos GM. Cost of liver transplantation at the clinical hospital of the University of Parana, Brazil. Revista da Associacao Medica Brasileira; 43(1): 53-57, 1997.
12. Campos GM, Herani Fo B, Pires CAP, Machado AMO, Baretta MCC. Bacteremia after Endoscopic Retrograde Cholagiopancreatography with or without Therapeutic Procedure: Frequency, associated factors and clinical manifestations. Revista da Associacao Medica Brasileira; 43(4): 326-34, 1997.
13. Katkhouda N, Waldrep DJ, Campos GM, Tang E, Offerman E, Trussler A, Gugenheim J, Mouiel J. An improved technique for laparoscopic highly selective vagotomy using the harmonic shears. Surgical Endoscopy; 12(8):1051-4, 1998.
14. DeMeester SR, Campos GM, DeMeester TR, Bremner CG, Hagen J, Peters JH, Crookes PF. The impact of an antireflux procedure on intestinal metaplasia of the cardia. Annals of Surgery; 228 (4):547-556, Oct, 1998.
15. Oberg S, DeMeester T, Peters J, Hagen J, Nigro J, DeMeester S, Theisen J, Campos GM, Crookes PF. The extent of Barrett's esophagus depends on the status of the lower esophageal sphincter and the degree of esophageal acid exposure. Journal of Thoracic & Cardiovascular Surgery. 117(3):572-80, Mar, 1999.
16. Campos AC, Andrade DF, Campos GM, Matias JE, Coelho JC. A multivariate model to determine prognostic factors in gastrointestinal fistulas. Journal of the American College of Surgeons. 188(5):483-90, May, 1999.
17. Nigro JJ, DeMeester SR, Hagen JA, DeMeester TR, Peters JH, Kiyabu M, Campos GM, Oberg S, Gastal O, Crookes PF, Bremner CG. Node status in transmural esophageal a denocarcinoma and outcome after en bloc esophagectomy. Journal of Thoracic & Cardiovascular Surgery. 117(5):960-8, May, 1999.
18. Katkhouda N, Hurwitz M, Gugenheim J, Mavor E, Mason RJ, Waldrep DJ, Rivera RT, Chandra M, Campos GM, Offerman S, Trussler A, Fabiani P, Mouiel J. Laparoscopic management of benign solid and cystic lesions of the liver. Annals of Surgery; 229(4):460-6, Apr, 1999.
19. Gastal OL, Hagen J, Peters JH, Campos GM, Hashemi M, Theisen J, Bremner CG, DeMeester TR. Short esophagus: Analysis of predictors and clinical implications. Archives of Surgery; 134(6):633-6; discussion 637-8, Jun, 1999.
20. Campos GM, Peters JH, DeMeester TR, Öberg S, DeVos-Shoop M, Theisen J, Gastal OL, Crookes P, Hagen J, Bremner CG. Multivariate analysis of the factors predicting outcome after laparoscopic Nissen Fundoplication. Journal of Gastrointestinal Surgery; 3(3): 292-300, Jun, 1999.
21. Gastal O, Palombini B, Campos GM, Gastal C, Macedo S, Hagen J, Bremner C, DeMeester TR. The height of gastroesophageal reflux affects the outcome of surgical therapy for chronic cough patients. Brazilian Journal of Pneumology; 16: 45-48, 1999.
22. Katkhouda N, Mason RJ, Mavor E, Campos GM, Rivera RT, Hurwitz MB, Waldrep D. Laparoscopic finger-assisted technique (fingeroscopy) for treatment of complicated appendicitis. Journal of the American College of Surgeons; 189(1): 131-3, Jul, 1999.
23. Katkhouda N, Mavor E, Mason RJ, Campos GM, Soroushyary A, Berne TV. Laparoscopic repair of perforated duodenal ulcers: Outcome and efficacy in 30 consecutive patients. Archives of Surgery; 134 (8):845-8; discussion 849-50, 1999.
24. Campos GM, Peters JH, DeMeester TR, Öberg S, Crookes PF, Mason RJ. The pattern of esophageal acid exposure in gastroesophageal reflux disease influences the severity of the disease. Archives of Surgery; 134 (8):882-7; discussion 887-8, 1999
25. Katkhouda N, Campos GM, Mavor E, Trussler A, Khalil M, Stoppa R. Laparoscopic extraperitoneal inguinal hernia repair. A safe approach based on the understanding of rectus sheath anatomy. Surgical Endoscopy; 13(12):1243-1246, 1999.
26. Katkhouda N, Campos GM, Mavor E, Mason RJ, Hume M, Ting A. Is Laparoscopic approach to lumbar spine fusion worthwhile? American Journal of Surgery; 178(6):458-461, 1999.
27. Katkhouda N, Friedlander MH, Grant SW, Achanta KK, Essani R, Paik P, Velmahos G, Campos GM, Mason R, Mavor E. Intraabdominal abscess rate after laparoscopic appendectomy. American Journal of Surgery; 180(6):456-459, 2000.
28. Campos GM, DeMeester SR, Peters JH, Öberg S, Crookes PF, Hagen JA, Bremner CG, Sillin LG, Mason RJ, DeMeester TR. Predictive factors of Barrett esophagus - Multivariate analysis of 502 patients with GERD. Archives of Surgery; 136 (11):1267-1273, 2001.
29. Campos GM, Oberg S, Gastal O, Theisen J, Nigro JJ, Hagen JA, Costantini M, DeMeester TR, Crookes PF. Manometry of the lower esophageal sphincter. Inter and intra-individual variability of slow motorized pull-through versus station pull-through manometry. Digestive Diseases and Sciences; 48(6): 1057-1061, 2003.
30. Banki F, DeMeester SR, Mason RJ, Campos GM, Streets CG, Balaji NS, Peters JH, Hagan JA, Bremner CG, DeMeester TR. Barrett's Esophagus in females: A comparative analysis of risk factors in females and males. American Journal of Gastroenterology; 100(3): 560-567, 2005.
31. Takata MC, Ciovica R, Cello JP, Posselt AM, Rogers SJ, Campos GM Predictors, treatment, and outcomes of gastrojejunostomy stricture after gastric bypass for morbid obesity. Obesity Surgery; 17(7):878-884, July 2007.
32. James A, Zarnegar R, Aoki H, Campos GM Laparoscopic gastric bypass with intestinal malrotation: case report and literature review. Obesity Surgery;17 (8): 1119-1122, August 2007.
33. Campos GM, Ciovica R, Rogers SJ, Posselt AM, Vittinghoff E, Takata M, Cello JP. Spectrum and risk factors of complications after gastric bypass. Archives of Surgery; 142(10):969-975; discussion 976, October 2007.
34. Carter J, Tafreshian S, Campos GM, Tiwari U, Herbella F, Cello J, Patti M, Rogers S, Posselt A. A routine upper GI series following gastric bypass does not accurately identify leaks or predict strictures. Surgical Endoscopy; 21(12):2172-7; December 2007
35. Ciovica R, Takata M, Vittinghoff E, Lin F, Posselt AM, Rabl C, Stein H, Campos GM. The Impact of Roux Limb Length on Weight Loss after Gastric Bypass. Obesity Surgery; 18(1):5-10, January 2008.
36. Takata M, Campos GM, Ciovica R, Rabl C, Rogers SJ, Cello JP, Ascher NA, Posselt AM. Laparoscopic Bariatric Surgery Improves Candidacy in Morbidly Obese Patients Awaiting Transplantation. Surgery for Obesity and Related Diseases; 4(2):159-64; discussion 164-5. March, 2008
37. Rabl C, Palazzo F, Aoki H, Campos GM. Initial Laparoscopic Access Using an Optical Trocar Without Pneumoperitoneum is Safe and Effective in the Morbidly Obese Surgical Innovation; 15(2):126-31; May, 2008.
38. Campos GM, Bambha K, Vittinghoff E, Rabl C, Posselt AM, CiovicaR, Tiwari U, Ferrel L, Pabst M, Bass NM, Merriman RB. A Clinical Scoring System for Predicting Nonalcoholic Steatohepatitis in Morbidly Obese Patients. Hepatology; 47(6):1916-23; June, 2008
39. Campos GM, Rabl R, Mulligan K, Posselt A, Rogers SJ, Westphalen A, Lin F, Vittinghoff E. Factors Associated to Weight Loss after Gastric Bypass. Archives of Surgery; 143 (9) : 877-84, September, 2008.
40. Campos GM. Is Biopsy Always Necessary? Toward a Clinico-Laboratory Approach for Diagnosing Nonalcoholic Steatohepatitis in Obesity. Hepatology, Reply-Letter, Nov 5;48 (6):2087, 2008.
41. Campos GM, Vittinghoff E, Rabl C, Takata M, Gadenstätter M, Lin F, Ciovica R. Endoscopic and Surgical Treatments for Achalasia - A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis. Annals of Surgery; Jan, 249 (1) : 45-57, 2009
42. Conway WC, Campos GM, Gagandeep S. Choledochal cyst during pregnancy: the patient's first pregnancy was complicated by a congenital anomaly. American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology. May; 200(5):588, 1-2, 2009.
43. James A, Rabl C, Westphalen A, Fogarty P, Posselt A, Campos GM. Portal and Mesenteric Venous Thrombosis after Laparoscopic Surgery: A Systematic Literature Review. Archives of Surgery, June, 144(6):520-526, 2009
44. Campos GM, Rabl C, Ciovica R, Rao M, Schambelam M, Schwarz JM, Mulligan K. Improvement in Peripheral Glucose Uptake after Gastric Bypass Surgery is Observed Only after Substantial Weight Loss Has Occurred and Correlates with the Magnitude of Weight Lost. Journal of Gastrointestinal Surgery, Jan; 14 (1):15-23, 2010.
45. Roll GR, Rabl C, Ciovica R, Peeva S, Campos GM. A Controversy That Has Been Tough To Swallow: Is the Treatment of Achalasia Now Digested? Journal of Gastrointestinal Surgery, Feb; 14 Suppl 1:S33-45, 2010.
46. Lee JS, Collard HR, Ganesh R, Sweet MP, Hays SR, Campos GM, Golden JA, King TE. Does Chronic Microaspiration Cause Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis? American Journal of Medicine. Apr;123(4):304-11. Review, 2010.
47. Campos GM, Jablons D, Brown L, Ramirez R, Rabl C, Theodore P. A Safe and Reproducible Anastomotic Technique for Minimally Invasive Ivor Lewis Esophagectomy – the Circular Stapled Anastomosis with the Transoral Anvil. European Journal of Cardio-Thoracic Surgery, Jun; 37(6):1421-1426, 2010
48. Tonna J, Palefski J, Rabban J, Campos GM, Theodore P, Ladabaum U Esophageal Verrucous Carcinoma Arising from Hyperkeratotic Plaques Associated with Human Papilloma Virus Type 51. Diseases of the Esophagus, Jul 1;23(5):E17-20. 2010.
49. Aslan I, Campos GM, Calton MA, Evans DS, Merriman RB, Vaisse C. Weight Loss after Roux-en-Y Gastric Bypass in Obese Patients Heterozygous for MC4R Mutations. Obesity Surgery, Jul; 21(7): 930-4, 2011
50. Rabl C, James, AW, Peeva S, Prado K, Rogers SJ, Posselt A, Campos GM Early and Late Abdominal Bleeding after Roux-en-Y Gastric Bypass: Sources and Tailored Therapeutic Strategies. Obesity Surgery, Apr;21(4):413-20.2011
51. Campos GM, Rabl C, Roll GR, Peeva S, Prado K, Smith J, Vittinghoff E. Better Weight Loss, Resolution of Diabetes, and Quality of Life for Laparoscopic Gastric Bypass vs. Banding: Results of a 2-Cohort Pair-Matched Study. Archives of Surgery, Feb;146(2):149-55, 2011
52. Campos GM. Outcomes of Laparoscopic Roux-en-Y gastric bypass and gastric banding. Archives of Surgery. 146(9):1106-1107, 2011
53. Gould JC, Kent C, Wan Y, Rajamanickam V, Leverson G, Campos GM Perioperative Safety and Volume-Outcome Relationships in Bariatric Surgery: A Study of 32,000 Patients. Journal of the American College of Surgeons. Feb;146(2):149-55, 2011
54. Rabl C, Smith J, Campos GM. Alimentary Limb Mesenteric Thrombosis after Laparoscopic Roux-en-Y Gastric Bypass. Surgery for Obesity and Related Diseases, Mar-Apr;8(2):17-9, 2012.
55. Rabl C, Campos GM. Impact of Bariatric surgery on Non-alcoholic Steatohepatitis. Seminars in Liver Disease, Feb;32(1):80-91 2012. Review.
56. Behr S, Campos GM, Westphalen A. Imaging and Bariatric Surgery. Applied Radiology. June 41(6); 14-21, 2012
57. Kawahara NT, Alster C, Maluf-Filho F, Pollara W, Campos GM, Polide-Figueiredo L. Modified Nissen Fundoplication: Laparoscopic Antireflux Surgery after Roux-en-Y Gastric Bypass for Obesity Clinics (Sao Paulo).67(5):531-3, 2012. PMID:22666803.
58. Arterburn D, Bogart A, Coleman KJ, Haneuse S, Selby J, Sherwood NE, Sidney S, Theis MK, Campos GM, McCulloch D, O’Connor P. Comparative effectiveness of bariatric surgery vs. nonsurgical treatment of type 2 diabetes among severely obese adults. Obesity Research and Clinical Practice, 2013 Jul-Aug;7(4):e235-320. PMID: 24306153
59. Arterburn D, Bogart A, Sherwood NE, Sidney S, Coleman KJ, Haneuse S, O’Connor P, Theis MK, Campos GM, McCulloch D, Selby J. A Multisite Study of Long-term Remission and Relapse of Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus following Bariatric Surgery Obesity Surgery, 2013 Jan;23(1):93-102. PMID:23161525
60. Campos GM. Should BMI be used as an isolated measure for personalized clinical decision making? Surgery for Obesity and Related Diseases, 2013 May-Jun;9(3):428. Invited Editorial.
61. Campos GM, Ziemelis M, Paparodis R, Ahmed M, Davis DB. Laparoscopic Reversal of Roux-en-Y Gastric Bypass: Technique and Utility for Treatment of Endocrine Complications. Surgery for Obesity and Related Diseases, 2013 Jun 29. pii: S1550-7289(13) PMID: 24120983
62. Arterburn DE, Campos GM, Haneuse S, Sherwood NE, Bogart A, Sidney S, Coleman KJ, Theis MK, O'Connor P, Fisher D. The Authors Respond: A Multisite Study of Long-Term Remission and Relapse of Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus Following Gastric Bypass. Obesity Surgery ,2013 Sep;23(9):1456-7. PMID: 23636992
63. Campos GM, Rabl C, Havel P, Rao M, Schambelam M, Schwarz JM, Mulligan K. Changes in Post-prandial Glucose and Pancreatic Hormones, and Steady-State Insulin and Free Fatty Acids after Gastric Bypass Surgery. Surgery for Obesity and Related Diseases, 2013 Jul 20. pii: S1550-7289(13) PMID: 24209879
64. Campos GM. A Guide into the Evolving Knowledge of Bariatric and Metabolic Surgery. Surgery for Obesity and Related Diseases, 2014 doi: 10.1016/j.soard.2014.01.006 Invited Editorial.
65. Rabl C, Rao M, Schwarz JM, Mulligan K, Campos GM. Thermogenic Changes after Gastric Bypass, Adjustable Gastric Banding or Diet Alone. Surgery, 2014 Oct;156(4):806-13. doi: 10.1016/j.surg.2014.06.070. PMID: 25239323
66. Funk LM, Campos GM. Variability of Weight Loss Results with Roux-en-Y Gastric Bypass. Surgery for Obesity and Related Diseases, 2014 Feb 28. PMID: 24929270. Invited Editorial.
67. Campos GM. Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease and Bariatric Surgery: More Questions than Answers. Surgery for Obesity and Related Diseases, 2014, Nov-Dec;10(6):1181. Invited Editorial.
68. Artz NS, Haufe WM, Hooker CA, Hamilton G, Wolfson T, Campos GM, Gamst AC, Schwimmer JB, Sirlin CB, Reeder SB. Reproducibility of MR-based liver fat quantification across field strength: Same-day comparison between 1.5T and 3T in obese subjects. J Magn Reson Imaging, 2015 Jan 23. PMID: 25620624
69. Campos GM, Lanning DA. Bariatric surgery for nonalcoholic fatty liver disease in adolescents with severe obesity. Surgery for Obesity and Related Diseases. 2015 Mar-Apr;11(2):449-50. Invited Editorial.
70. Fox B, Chen E, Suzo A, Jolles S, Greenberg JA, Campos GM, Voils CI, Funk LF. Dietary and Psych Predictors of Weight Loss After Gastric Bypass Journal of Surgical Research, 2015 Apr 9. pii: S0022-4804(15)00416-3.
71. Khoraki J, Katz M, Funk L, Greenberg JA, Fernandez LA, Campos GM. Feasibility and Outcomes of Laparoscopic Sleeve Gastrectomy after Solid Organ Transplantation. Surgery for Obesity and Related Diseases, 2015 Apr 9. doi: 10.1016/j.soard.2015.04.002. PMID: 26048513
72. Shabino P, Schmocker R, Nabozny N, Khoraki M, Funk L, Greenberg J, Campos GM. Reduction of Surgical Site Infections after Laparoscopic Gastric Bypass with Circular Stapled Gastrojejunostomy. Surgery for Obesity and Related Diseases, 2015 Mar PMID: 26048519
73. Kim J, Azagury D, Eisenberg D, DeMaria E, Campos GM. [on behalf of the American Society for Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery (ASMBS) Clinical Issues Committee] ASMBS Position Statement on Prevention, Detection and Treatment of Gastrointestinal Leak After Gastric Bypass and Sleeve Gastrectomy Including the Role of Imaging, Surgical Exploration and Nonoperative Management. Surgery for Obesity and Related Diseases, 2015 May. Review. PMID: 26071849
74. Khoraki J, Fischer L, Funk LM, Greenberg JA, Campos GM. The Effect of Route of Anvil Insertion on Stricture Rates with Circular Stapled Gastrojejunostomy During Laparoscopic Gastric Bypass. Obesity Surgery, 2015 Jul 4. PMID: 26140856
75. Chen EY, Fox BT, Suzo A, Greenberg JA, Campos GM, Funk LM. One Year Outcomes for Medicaid vs. non-Medicaid Patients Undergoing Laparoscopic Roux-en-Y Gastric Bypass: A Single Center Study. Journal of Surgical Research, accepted, 2015
76. Campos GM Technical Factors Associated with Leaks after Laparoscopic Gastric Bypass Surgery for Obesity and Related Diseases, accepted, 2015. Invited Editorial.
77. Kim J, Eisenberg D, Azagury D, Rogers A, Campos GM. [on behalf of the American Society for Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery (ASMBS) Clinical Issues Committee] ASMBS Position Statement on Long-Term Survival Benefit after Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery. Surgery for Obesity and Related Diseases, accepted, 2015
78. Shah AS, Campos GM Single Incision Laparoscopic Sleeve Gastrectomy: Is it worth it? Surgery for Obesity and Related Diseases, accepted, 2015. Invited Editorial.
CHAPTER IN BOOKS
1. Coelho JCU, Campos GM, Neto CZ. “Surgical” Jaundice of special treatment: Residual Choledocholithiasis, Intrahepatic Lithiasis, Ascariasis, Caroli’s Disease, Sclerosing Cholangitis and Cholangiocarcinoma. In: Clinica Brasileira de Cirurgia [Brazilian Clinics of Surgery] - Sergio Mies (Editor); First Edition. Vol. 1, p. 295-321. ROBE EDITORIAL, Brazil. 1995
2. Neto CZ & Campos GM. Evaluation of the Patient with Peritoneal and Abdominal Wall Disease. In: Aparelho Digestivo - Clinica e Cirurgia [Digestive System Clinics and Surgery] - Julio Coelho (Editor); Second Edition, Part IX - Peritoneum and Abdominal Wall. Chapter 138, p. 1527-1529. MEDSI, Brazil. 1996
3. Gastal OL & Campos GM Esophageal pH monitoring and manometry. In: Gastroenterologia III [Gastroenterology III] – Farid Nader (Editor); First Edition, Chapter 8, p.93-108. EDITORA E GRÁFICA UNIVERSITÁRIA – UFPEL, Brazil. 2000.
4. Campos GM & Gastal OL Pharmacological and Mechanical Stimuli during Esophageal Manometry. In: Avaliacao Funcional do Esôfago: Manometria e pHmetria esofágicas [Functional Evaluation of the Esophagus: Esophageal Manometry and pH monitoring] – Ary Nasi (Editor); First Edition, Chapter 11.1, p. 194-200. EDITORA ROCA LTDA, Brazil. 2000. ISBN: 85-7241-342-1.
5. Campos GM & DeMeester TR. Short Segment Barrett Esophagus. In: A Cirurgia do Aparelho Digestivo Rumo ao Terceiro Milênio [Digestive Surgery in the path to the Third Millenium] – Coelho JCU, Malafaia O, Ribas Filho JM (Editors); First Edition, p. 189-200. Sao Paulo: Lemos Editorial, 2000. ISBN: 85-7450-054-2
6. Campos GM & DeMeester TR. Barrett Esophagus: Clinical or Surgical Treatment. In: A Cirurgia do Aparelho Digestivo Rumo ao Terceiro Milênio [Digestive Surgery in the path to the Third Millenium] - Coelho JCU, Malafaia O, Ribas Filho JM (Editors);. First Edition, p. 211-222. Sao Paulo: Lemos Editorial, 2000. ISBN: 85- 7450-054-2
7. Campos GM, Gastal O, Sperandio M, Cesar AMP, Brenner S, Crookes PF. Manometry of the lower esophageal sphincter is essential for accurate pH catheter positioning. Recent Advances in Diseases of the Esophagus – Pinotti HW, Cecconello I, Felix VN, De Oliveira MA. (Eds.), pp.737 – Motility Disorders. ISBN 88-323-1905-5, 2001.
8. Campos GM & DeMeester TR. Surgical treatment of Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease – Critical Analysis. In: Tratado de Clinica Cirúrgica do Sistema Digestorio [Surgical Clinics Textbook of the Digestive System] – Gama-Rodrigues JJ, Del Grande JC, Martinez, JC (Editors); First Edition, Chapter 10.1.13, p. 275-284, Sao Paulo Editora Atheneu, Brazil. 2004. ISBN: 85-7379-704-5 / NLM-WI 900.
9. Campos GM & Bremner CG. Evaluation of the Patient with Esophageal Disease. In: Aparelho Digestivo - Clinica e Cirurgia [Digestive System Clinics and Surgery] - Julio Coelho (Editor); Third Edition. Chapter 17, p. 310- 320, Editora Atheneu, Brazil. 2005. ISBN 85-7379-709-6
10. Campos GM, Lord RVN, DeMeester TR. Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease and Diaphragmatic Hernias. In: Aparelho Digestivo - Clinica e Cirurgia [Digestive System Clinics and Surgery] - Julio Coelho (Editor); Third Edition. Chapter 21, p. 360-385, Editora Atheneu, Brazil. 2005. ISBN 85-7379-709-67.
11. Campos GM, Ciovica R, Takata M. Laparoscopic Myotomy. In: Fundamental Techniques of Esophageal Surgery - Operative Techniques in General Surgery – Walter A. Koltun, MD (Editor); 8(3): 161-169, Elsevier, USA. 2006. ISSN 1524-153X.
12. Mazeh H, Rabl C, Campos GM. Technical Aspects of Laparoscopic Surgery. In: ACS Surgery – Principles & Practice – Section 10, Scientific Foundations. Stanley W. Ashley, MD (Editor); WebMD, USA. 2011.
13. Rabl C, Campos GM. Initial Laparoscopic Access in Obese Patients.. In: Abdominal Entry in Laparoscopy: Traditional Methods, New Insights and Novel Approaches – Chapter 4, Springer UK.; UK. 2011.
14. Campos GM, Gaumnitz EA, Rabl C. Evaluation of the Patient with Esophageal Disease. In: Aparelho Digestivo - Clinica e Cirurgia [Digestive System Clinics and Surgery] - Julio Coelho (Editor); Fourth Edition. Chapter 26; p.417- 428. ISBN 978-85-388-0296-9. Editora Atheneu, Brazil. 2012.
15. Rabl C, Campos GM. Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease and Diaphragmatic Hernias. In: Aparelho Digestivo - Clinica e Cirurgia [Digestive System Clinics and Surgery] - Fourth Edition. Chapter 31; p.485-512. ISBN 978- 85-388-0296-9. Editora Atheneu, Brazil. 2012.
16. Rabl C, Jonker M, Campos GM. Nutritional Therapy during the Curative Treatment of Esophageal and Gastric Cancer. In: Nutrition and Metabolism in Surgery – Antonio C. Campos (Editor); First Edition. Chapter 9. Publisher Rubio Editora, Brazil, 2012.
17. Greenberg J, Campos GM. Obesity Surgery. In: Surgery: Core Principles and International Practice, Corson & Williamson Editors, Second Edition. Chapter 50. Jaypee Medical Publishers, USA, 2014. In press.
18. Greenberg J, Campos GM. Practical Problems/Case Study 13: Abdominal Pain after Roux-en-Y Gastric Bypass. In: Surgery: Core Principles and International Practice, Corson & Williamson Editors, Second Edition. Chapter 51. Jaypee Medical Publishers, USA, 2014. In press.
19. Macke RA, Campos GM. Esophagectomy. In: Illustrative Handbook of General Surgery: Editor: Herbert Chen, Section Editor: Guilherme M. Campos. Second Edition. Springer, USA, 2014. In press.
20. Shabino PJ, Khoraki J, Campos GM. Gastric Resection and Surgery for Peptic Ulcer Disease. In: Illustrative Handbook of General Surgery: Editor: Herbert Chen, Section Editor: Guilherme M. Campos. Second Edition. Springer, USA, 2014. In press.
21. Rabl C, Campos GM. Minimally Invasive Treatment of Esophageal Achalasia. In: Illustrative Handbook of General Surgery: Editor: Herbert Chen, Section Editor: Guilherme M. Campos. Second Edition. Springer, USA, 2014. In press.
22. Palazzo F, Khoraki J, Campos GM. Laparoscopic Antireflux Surgery. In: Illustrative Handbook of General Surgery: Editor: Herbert Chen, Section Editor: Guilherme M. Campos. Second Edition. Springer, USA, 2014. In press.
23. Morgan C, Fischer L, Campos GM. Paraesophageal Hernias. In: Illustrative Handbook of General Surgery: Editor: Herbert Chen, Section Editor: Guilherme M. Campos. Second Edition. Springer, USA, 2014. In press.
24. Elian A, Rabl C, Khoraki J, Campos GM Bariatric Surgery. In: Illustrative Handbook of General Surgery: Editor: Herbert Chen, Section Editor: Guilherme M. Campos. Second Edition. Springer, USA, 2014. In press.
25. Bittner JB, Rabl C, Campos GM. Technical Aspects of Laparoscopic Surgery. In: ACS Surgery – Principles & Practice – Section 10, Scientific Foundations. Stanley W. Ashley, MD (Editor); WebMD, USA. 2015.
26. Fischer LE, Davis DB, Khoraki J, Campos GM. Post-Gastric Bypass Hypoglycemia: Diagnosis and Management. In: Complications after Bariatric Surgery. Elsevier. Daniel Herron, MD (Editor). USA. 2015
1. Campos GM. Anastomotic Techniques for Laparoscopic Roux-en-Y Gastric Bypass. 2008 UCSF Postgraduate Course in General Surgery San Francisco, California, USA
2. Campos GM, Jablons D, Theodore P. Minimally Invasive Ivor Lewis Esophagectomy. 2009 UCSF Postgraduate Course in General Surgery San Francisco, California, USA
3. Ramirez R, Rogers SR, Campos GM Laparoscopic Transgastric Treatment of a A-V Lesion in the Excluded Stomach after Gastric Bypass. American Society for Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery Society (ASMBS), California Chapter Meeting San Francisco, USA. October, 2008.
4. Ramirez R, Sato K, Aoki H, Campos GM Revisional Bariatric Surgery: Lap-Band to Lap-RY Gastric Bypass Video Section – Bariatric Surgery, VE2. 95th Annual Meeting of the American College of Surgeons Chicago, USA, October, 2009.
5. Campos GM, Khalil B, Sato K, Aoki H. Laparoscopic and Thoracoscopic Ivor Lewis Esophagectomy Video Section – Best of Videos 3 / SS17. Society of American Gastrointestinal and Endoscopic Surgeons (SAGES) and the 12th World Congress of Endoscopic Surgery. Washington, DC, USA, April, 2010.
6. Campos GM, Khalil B, Sato K, Aoki H. Essentials of Laparoscopic Myotomy for Achalasia Video-based Education Session. 96th Annual Clinical Congress of the American College of Surgeons Washington, DC.October, 2010.
7. Durkin E, Lund D, Campos GM, Gould J Laparoscopic Repair of Adult Paraduodenal Hernias The Wisconsin Surgical Society Annual Fall Meeting, State Chapter of the American College of Surgeons Kohler, WI
8. Campos GM, Mazeh H, Greenblatt DY. Essentials of Laparoscopic Surgery for Epiphrenic Esophageal Diverticulum Video-based Education Session. 97th Annual Clinical Congress of the American College of Surgeons San Francisco, CA. October, 2011.
9. Greenberg J, Mazeh H, Davis D, Campos GM. Laparoscopic Reversal of Roux-en-Y Gastric Bypass to Treat Recalcitrant Hyperinsulinemic Hypoglycemia Video-Session. Society for Surgery of the Alimentary Tract (SSAT), DDW 2012. San Diego, CA. May, 2012.
10. Fisher L, Greenberg J, Campos GM. Laparoscopic and Thoracoscopic Ivor Lewis Esophagectomy with the Circular Stapled Anastomosis and Trans-oral Anvil. Video-based Education Session. 99th Annual Clinical Congress of the American College of Surgeons Washington, DC. October, 2013.
11. Fisher L, Campos GM. Laparoscopic Total Gastrectomy with the Circular Stapled Roux-En-Y Esophago-Jejunostomy and Trans-oral Anvil. Video-based Education Session. 99th Annual Clinical Congress of the American College of Surgeons Washington, DC. October, 2013.
12. Fisher L, Campos GM. Laparoscopic Reversal of Gastric Bypass to Normal Anatomy or Sleeve Gastrectomy for Hyperinsulinemic Hypoglycemia Video-based Education Session. 100th Annual Clinical Congress of the American College of Surgeons San Francisco, CA. October, 2014.
13. Fisher L, Wisnlow E, Campos GM. Laparoscopic Total Gastrectomy for Germline Mutation of the CDH-1 Gene Video-based Education Session. 101th Annual Clinical Congress of the American College of Surgeons Chicago, IL. October, 2015.
EDITORIAL BOARD and JOURNAL REVIEWER
2015-Present Editorial Board, Member – Surgery for Obesity and Related Diseases
2011-2015 ad-Hoc Reviewer – Surgery for Obesity and Related Diseases
2008-Present ad-Hoc Reviewer – Surgical Endoscopy
2008-Present ad-Hoc Reviewer – Journal of the American College of Surgeons
2009-Present ad-Hoc Reviewer – Annals of Surgery
2009-Present ad-Hoc Reviewer – Diseases of the Esophagus
2010-Present ad-Hoc Reviewer – British Journal of Surgery
2010-Present ad-Hoc Reviewer – World Journal of Surgery
2012-Present ad-Hoc Reviewer – Journal of Gastrointestinal Surgery
2013-Present ad-Hoc Reviewer – Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabology (JCEM)
2013-Present ad-Hoc Reviewer – American Journal of Surgery
2013-Present ad-Hoc Reviewer – Obesity Surgery
Division of Time
Percentage of Time Spent in Clinical Activity:
Percentage of Time Spent in Research Activity:10%
Case Load as Reported By Fellow(s)
1 Fellow(s) performed 88 cases with 102 procedures during the 2021-2022 Fellowship Year.
1 Fellow(s) performed 490 cases with 609 procedures during the 2020-2021 Fellowship Year.
List of Contributing Faculty
|Guilherme M Campos MD||50%|
|Area of Expertise
Bariatric, Foregut, MIS General Surgery, Hernia
|Role in Training
|Jennifer Salluzzo MD||25%|
|Area of Expertise
Bariatric, Hernia, Foregut
|Role in Training
|Ryan Fairley DO||%|
|Area of Expertise
|Role in Training
|Jennifer Salluzzo, FASBMS||Advanced GI MIS/Bariatrics/Foregut||2||2021||2023|