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Neil Cambronero, M.D.

Neil Cambronero, M.D.

  • Assistant Professor of Surgery
  • Division of Pediatric Cardiothoracic Surgery

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Division of Pediatric Cardiothoracic Surgery
513 Parnassus Ave, Room S-549
San Francisco, CA 94143-0358
415-476-3449 Phone
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SUNY Syracuse MD, 2004
SUNY Stony Brook BS, 1996

  • Mount Sinai Hospital Cabrini Program NYC, General Surgery, Internship 2004-05
  • Mount Sinai Hospital Cabrini Program NYC, General Surgery, resident 2005-2007
  • Mount Sinai Hospital NYC, General Surgery, Resident 2007-08
  • Mount Sinai Hospital NYC, General Surgery, Chief Resident 2008-09
  • Adult Cardiothoracic Surgery, UCSF, 2009-2012
  • Pediatric Cardiac Surgery, UCSF, 2012-2014
  • American Board of Thoracic Surgery, Thoracic and Cardiac Surgery
  • American Board of Thoracic Surgery, Congenital Cardiac Surgery
  • Computerized Surgical Simulation
  • In Silico Cardiac Modelling
  • Surgical Education
  • Technical Surgical Simulation

Neil Cambronero M.D. is a pediatric heart surgeon performing cardiac surgery on neonates, infants, children. Dr. Cambronero received his undergraduate degree from the State University of New York at Stony Brook where he graduated Magna Cum Laude. He received his Medical Degree from the State University of New York at Syracuse.

After completing his surgical residency at the Mount Sinai Hospital in New York City, he completed his Adult Cardiothoracic surgery fellowship and his Pediatric Cardiac Surgery Fellowship here at UCSF. He is a member of the Society of Thoracic Surgeons and the Western Thoracic Surgical Association. Dr. Cambronero has been the recipients of numerous awards including the Arthur Aufses Jr. Award from the Mount Sinai Hospital, given to the "Chief Resident who demonstrates overall excellence as a surgical mentor".

  Confired By    
  • Arthur H. Aufses Chief Resident Award
  • Mount Sinai Department of Surgery
  • 2008 - 2009
  • Surgery Resident of the Year
  • Mount Sinai School of Medicine Cabrini Program, NYC
  • 2005 - 2006
  • Surgery Intern of the Year
  • Mount Sinai School of Medicine Cabrini Program, NYC
  • 2004 - 2005
  • Award of Honor
  • Department of Biological Sciences, SUNY– Stony Brook
  • 1995 - 1996
  • Dr. Cambronero conducts research in the development of strategies to improve surgical education. He works with a team of biomechanical and mathematical engineers who are interested in creating computerized patient specific cardiac models which can be altered in silico to predict the surgical outcome of invasive cardiac procedures.

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    1. Cambronero N. Discussion. J Thorac Cardiovasc Surg. 2020 Dec; 160(6):1539-1540. View in PubMed
    2. Zinter MS, Barrows BD, Ursell PC, Kowalek K, Kalantar K, Cambronero N, DeRisi JL, Oishi P, Dvorak CC. Extracorporeal life support survival in a pediatric hematopoietic cellular transplant recipient with presumed GvHD-related fulminant myocarditis. Bone Marrow Transplant. 2017 09; 52(9):1330-1333. View in PubMed
    3. Cambronero N, Ratcliffe M, Ge L. Patient Specific Finite Element Modeling of the Failing Heart. How Computational Mathematical Modeling Can Direct Optimum Surgical Procedures in Children. Biomedical Engineering Society Annual Meeting. Tampa, Florida. 2015. View in PubMed
    4. Genet M, Chuan Lee L, Ge L, Acevedo-Bolton G, Jeung N, Martin A, Cambronero N, Boyle A, Yeghiazarians Y, Kozerke S, Guccione JM. A Novel Method for Quantifying Smooth Regional Variations in Myocardial Contractility Within an Infarcted Human Left Ventricle Based on Delay-Enhanced Magnetic Resonance Imaging. J Biomech Eng. 2015 Aug; 137(8):081009. View in PubMed
    5. Ratcliffe M, Cambronero N, Takaba K, Ge L. Studies on postinfarct left ventricular remodeling: state of the art. Ann Thorac Surg. 2015 Mar; 99(3):755-6. View in PubMed
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