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Steven Stylianos, MD

Positions and Appointments

2013-present  Surgeon-in-Chief
Morgan Stanley Children's Hospital of NewYork-Presbyterian, New York, NY
2013-present  Division Chief of Pediatric Surgery
Morgan Stanley Children's Hospital of NewYork-Presbyterian, New York, NY

Clinical Specialties

Neonatal surgery

Abdominal thoracic tumor

Pediatric video-endoscopic surgery

Pectus excavatum

Research Interests

Evidence-based guidelines in pediatric trauma diagnosis

Laparoscopy for chronic abdominal pain


Education and Training

1991-1992  Chief Resident, Department of Surgery
Children's Hospital and Harvard Medical School,
Boston, MA
1990-1992  Clinical Fellow in Surgery
Children's Hospital and Harvard Medical School,
Boston, MA
1990-1991  Associate Chief Resident, Department of Surgery
Children's Hospital and Harvard Medical School,
Boston, MA
1988-1990  Fellow in Pediatric Trauma, Department of Surgery
New England Medical Center and Kiwanis Pediatric Institute, Boston, MA
1987-1988  Chief Resident, Department of Surgery
NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital/Columbia University Medical Center, New York, NY
1984-1987  Resident, Department of Surgery
NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital/Columbia University Medical Center, New York, NY
1983-1984  Intern, Department of Surgery
NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital/Columbia University Medical Center, New York, NY
1983  MD
New York University School of Medicine, New York, NY
1978  BA
Rutgers College, New Brunswick, NJ

Board Certifications

American Board of Surgery, Diplomate, 1989, 2002
Surgical Critical Care, Added Qualifications, 1990
Pediatric Surgery, Added Qualifications, 1994, 2003

LICENSURES

Florida
New Jersey
New York

Professional Experience

2011-2013  Chief, Division of Pediatric Surgery & Associate Surgeon-in-Chief
Cohen Children’s Medical Center of NY North Shore-LIJ Health System, New Hyde Park, NY
2011-2013  Professor of Surgery and Pediatrics & Faculty Appointments and Promotions Committee
Hofstra NS-LIJ School of Medicine, Hempstead, NY
2008-2011  Clinical Professor of Surgery and Pediatrics
Florida International University College of Medicine, Miami, FL
2005-2011  Voluntary Associate Professor of Surgery
University of Miami Miller School of Medicine, Miami, FL
2005-2011  Chief, Department of Pediatric Surgery
Miami Children’s Hospital, Miami, FL
2003-2005  Medical Director, Operating Room
Morgan Stanley Children's Hospital of NewYork-Presbyterian, New York, NY
1997-2005  Director, Regional Pediatric Trauma Program
Morgan Stanley Children's Hospital of NewYork-Presbyterian, New York, NY
1997–2005   Associate Professor of Clinical Surgery & Pediatrics,
Columbia University College of Physicians & Surgeons, New York, NY
1992-1997  Assistant Professor of Surgery & Pediatrics
Columbia University College of Physicians & Surgeons, New York, NY

Professional Honors

NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital Service Excellence Award 2002,
for the Pediatric Bereavement "Good Grief" Program

Professional Societies and Committees

American Board of Surgery-Ped Surgery Board Consultant, 2010-present

American College of Surgeons, Fellow (FACS)
Committee on Trauma, 2011-present
Advisory Council Task Force on Outcomes, 1996-1998

American Academy of Pediatrics, Specialty Fellow (FAAP)
Program Committee, 1998-2002
Surgical Section, New York Chapter Liason, 2003-2005
Surgical Section, Florida Chapter Liason, 2007-2011

American Pediatric Surgical Association
Committee on Trauma, 1992-2002
Chair, 1997-2002
Committee on Outcomes and Clinical Trials, 2001-05
Vice-Chair, 2001-02
Nominating Committee, 1997-98; 2002-03; 2009-10
Education Committee, 2004-2007
International Relations Committee, 2007-2010
Workforce Committee, 2008-2011

American Association for the Surgery of Trauma, 2001-present

Eastern Association for the Surgery of Trauma, 1989-present
Program Committee, 1991-1993
Violence Prevention Task Force, 1993-1997
Publication Committee, 1994-1997
Pediatric Trauma Ad Hoc Committee, 2011-present

Organization of Children’s Hospitals Surgeons-in-Chief, 2010-present

Pediatric Trauma Society
Executive Board and Founding Member, 2011-present
Nominating Committee, Chair, 2011

Medical Advisory Board, Children’s Health Network, 1998-2003
New York Presbyterian Hospital

Florida Association of Pediatric Surgeons, 2005-2011


EDITORIAL CONSULTANT

Journal of Pediatric Surgery Case Reports (Editor-in-Chief)
Journal of Pediatric Surgery (Associate Editor)
Journal of Trauma
Pediatric Surgery International
Journal of Maternal-Fetal & Neonatal Medicine
Journal of Pediatrics


Completed Projects


“Partnership for Development and Dissemination of Outcome Measures for Injured Children” - Co-Principal Investigator for American Pediatric Surgical Association. 1999-2004, Department of Health and Human Services.

Crisis intervention for families with critically ill or injured children - 1998-2002, Arnold P. Gold Foundation Faculty Award.

“Evidence-based standards for resource utilization in children with isolated spleen and liver injuries” - APSA Foundation Award.



Selected Publications

Stylianos S, and the APSA Liver/Spleen Trauma Study Group. Compliance with evidence-based guidelines in children with isolated spleen or liver injury: A prospective study. J Pediatr Surg 37:453-456, 2002.

Kimura K, Nishijima E, Tsugawa C, Collins DL, Lazar EL, Stylianos S, Sandler A, Soper RT. Multistaged extrathoracic esophageal elongation procedure for long gap esophageal atresia. J Pediatr Surg 36:1725-1727, 2001.

Stylianos S, and the APSA Trauma Committee. Evidence-based guidelines for resource utilization in children with isolated spleen or liver injury. J Pediatr Surg 35:164-169, 2000.

Stylianos S. The impact of firearm violence on children: Support for prevention strategies. J Pediatr Surg 34:1445-1446, 1999.

Berdon WE, Stylianos S, Ruzal-Shapiro C, Hoffer F, Cohen M. Neuroblastoma arising from the organ of Zuckerkandl: an unusual site with a favorable biologic outcome. Pediatr Radiol 29:497-502, 1999.

Hardin WD, Stylianos S, Lally KP. Evidence-based practice in pediatric surgery. J Pediatr Surg 34:908-913, 1999.

Zangwill SD, Hsu DT, Garvin JH, Stolar CJ, Stylianos S, et al. Incidence and outcome of primary Epatein-Barr Virus infection and lymphoproliferative disease in pediatric heart transplant recipients. J Heart Lung Transplant 17:1161-1166, 1998.

Stylianos S. Abdominal packing for severe hemorrhage. J Pediatr Surg 33:339-342, 1998.

Stylianos S, Stein JE, Flanigan LM, Hechtman DH. Laparoscopy for diagnosis and treatment of children with recurrent abdominal pain. J Pediatr Surg 31:1158-1160, 1996.

Stylianos S, Flanigan LM. Laparoscopy-guided percutaneous button gastrostomy in children after previous abdominal surgery. J Laparoendosc Surg 5:199-201, 1995.

Greenfeld JI, Sampath L, Popilskis SJ, Brunnert SR, Stylianos S, Modak S. Decreased bacterial adherence and biofilm formation on chlorhexidine and silver sulfadiazine-impregnated central venous catheters implanted in swine. Crit Care Med 23:894-900, 1995.

Stylianos S, Flanigan LM. Primary button gastrostomy: A simplified percutaneous, open, and laparoscopy-guided technique. J Pediatr Surg 30:219-220, 1995.

Stylianos S, Jacir NN, Hoffman MA, Aronovitz MJ, Harris BH. Experimental volume replacement via lower extremity veins. J Trauma 35:666-670, 1993.

Stylianos S, Jacir NN, Harris BH. Incarceration of inguinal hernias in infants prior to elective repair. J Pediatr Surg 28:582-583, 1993.

Stylianos S, King TC. Occult diaphragm injuries at celiotomy for left chest stab wounds. Am Surg 58:364-368, 1992.

Stylianos S, Hoffman MA, Rohrer RJ. Reduction hepatectomy for transplantation with the Argon Beam Coagulator. Surg Rounds 14:549-552, 1991.

Stylianos S, Wakabayashi G, Gelfand JA, Harris BH. Experimental hemorrhage and blunt trauma do not increase circulating tumor necrosis factor. J Trauma 31:1063-1067, 1991.

Bergman KS, Hoffman MA, Stylianos S, Jacir NN. Operative placement of transpyloric jejunal feeding catheters in children. Pediatr Surg Int 6:101-103, 1991.

Stylianos S, Hoffman MA, Jacir NN, Harris BH. Sutureless hemisplenectomy. J Pediatr Surg 26:87-89, 1991.

Hoffman MA, Stylianos S, Jacir NN. Technique of the transabdominal uncut Collis-Nissen fundoplication. Pediatr Surg Int 5:471-472, 1990.

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Selected Publications

ORIGINAL PUBLICATIONS

Stylianos S, Forde KA, Benvenisty AI, Hardy MA. Etiology and management of lower gastrointestinal hemorrhage in renal transplant recipients. Surg Rounds 10(9):50-55, 1987.

Stylianos S, Forde KA, Benvenisty AI, Hardy MA. Lower gastrointestinal hemorrhage in renal transplant recipients. Arch Surg 123:739-744, 1988.

Stylianos S, Benvenisty AI, Henderson LA, King TC. The benefit of a trauma registry for education and quality assurance. Surg Rounds 11(10):53-62, 1988.

Stylianos S, Santulli TV, Roth J, Knapp RE. Congenital splenic cysts. Contemp Surg 33(5):71-75, 1988.

Stylianos S, ter Meulen DC, Latchaw LA, Harris BH. Seatbelt injuries in children. Emerg Med 20(20):169-179, 1988.

Stylianos S, Martin EC, Starker PM, Laffey KJ, Bixon R, Forde KA. Percutaneous drainage of intraabdominal abscesses following abdominal trauma. J Trauma 29:584-588, 1989.

Stylianos S, Santulli TV. Congenital splenic cysts presenting after blunt abdominal trauma. NY State J Med 89:289-291, 1989.

Stylianos S, Bixon R. Management of abdominal abscess/fistulae following penetrating trauma. Inf Surg 8:328-332, 1989.

Stylianos S, Harris BH. Seatbelt use and patterns of central nervous system injury in children. Pediatr Emerg Care 6:4-5, 1990.

Hoffman MA, Stylianos S, Jacir NN. Technique of the transabdominal uncut Collis-Nissen fundoplication. Pediatr Surg Int 5:471-472, 1990.

Stylianos S, Hoffman MA, Jacir NN, Harris BH. Sutureless hemisplenectomy. J Pediatr Surg 26:87-89, 1991.

Bergman KS, Hoffman MA, Stylianos S, Jacir NN. Operative placement of transpyloric jejunal feeding catheters in children. Pediatr Surg Int 6:101-103, 1991.

Stylianos S, Wakabayashi G, Gelfand JA, Harris BH. Experimental hemorrhage and blunt trauma do not increase circulating tumor necrosis factor. J Trauma 31:1063-1067, 1991. (Awarded General Motors Corp Prize for Best Scientific Paper - Eastern Association for the Surgery of Trauma, Long Boat Key, FL, Jan 16-19, 1991)

Stylianos S, Hoffman MA, Rohrer RJ. Reduction hepatectomy for transplantation with the Argon Beam Coagulator. Surg Rounds 14:549-552, 1991.

Stylianos S, King TC. Occult diaphragm injuries at celiotomy for left chest stab wounds. Am Surg 58:364-368, 1992.

Stylianos S, Jacir NN, Harris BH. Incarceration of inguinal hernias in infants prior to elective repair. J Pediatr Surg 28:582-583, 1993.

Stylianos S, Jacir NN, Hoffman MA, Aronovitz MJ, Harris BH. Experimental volume replacement via lower extremity veins. J Trauma 35:666-670, 1993.

Stylianos S, Flanigan LM. Primary button gastrostomy: A simplified percutaneous, open, and laparoscopy-guided technique. J Pediatr Surg 30:219-220, 1995.

Greenfeld JI, Sampath L, Popilskis SJ, Brunnert SR, Stylianos S, Modak S. Decreased bacterial adherence and biofilm formation on chlorhexidine and silver sulfadiazine-impre gnated central venous catheters implanted in swine. Crit Care Med 23:894-900, 1995

Stylianos S, Flanigan LM. Laparoscopy-guided percutaneous button gastrostomy in children after previous abdominal surgery. J Laparoendosc Surg 5:199-201, 1995.

Stylianos S, Stein JE, Flanigan LM, Hechtman DH. Laparoscopy for diagnosis and treatment of children with recurrent abdominal pain. J Pediatr Surg 31:1158-1160, 1996.

Stylianos S. Abdominal packing for severe hemorrhage. J Pediatr Surg 33:339-342, 1998.

Zangwill SD, Hsu DT, Garvin JH, Stolar CJ, Stylianos S, et al. Incidence and outcome of primary Epatein-Barr Virus infection and lymphoproliferative disease in pediatric he art transplant recipients. J Heart Lung Transplant 17:1161-1166, 1998.

Hardin WD, Stylianos S, Lally KP. Evidence-based practice in pediatric surgery. J Pediatr Surg 34:908-913, 1999.

Berdon WE, Stylianos S, Ruzal-Shapiro C, Hoffer F, Cohen M. Neuroblastoma arising from the organ of Zuckerkandl: an unusual site with a favorable biologic outcome. Pediatr R adiol 29:497-502, 1999.

Stylianos S. The impact of firearm violence on children: Support for prevention strategies. J Pediatr Surg 34:1445-1446, 1999.

Stylianos S, and the APSA Trauma Committee. Evidence-based guidelines for resource utilization in children with isolated spleen or liver injury. J Pediatr Surg 35:164-169, 2000

Kimura K, Nishijima E, Tsugawa C, Collins DL, Lazar EL, Stylianos S, Sandler A, Soper RT. Multistaged extrathoracic esophageal elongation procedure for long gap esophageal atresia. J Pediatr Surg 36:1725-1727, 2001.

Stylianos S, and the APSA Liver/Spleen Trauma Study Group. Compliance with evidence-based guidelines in children with isolated spleen or liver injury: A prospective study. J Pediatr Surg 37:453-456, 2002.

Signorino PR, Densmore J, Werner M, Winthrop A, Stylianos S, Guice KS, Oldham KT. Pediatric pelvic injury: Functional outcome at 6-month follow-up. J Pediatr Surg 40:107-1 13, 2005.

Stylianos S, Egorova N, Guice KS, Arons R, Oldham KT. Variation in treatment of pediatric spleen injury at trauma centers versus non-trauma centers: A call for dissemination of APSA benchmarks and guidelines. J Am Coll Surg 202:247-251, 2006.

Stylianos S, Nathens AB. Comparing processes of pediatric trauma care at children’s hospital versus adult hospitals. J Trauma 63:S96-S100, 2007.

Pieretti-Vanmarcke R, Velmahos GC, Stylianos S, Pineda C, Masiakos PT, et al. Clinical clearance of the cervical spine in blunt trauma patients under the age of three years: A multi-center study of the AAST. J Trauma 67:543-550, 2009.

Burnweit CA, Stylianos S. Disaster response in a pediatric field hospital: Lessons learned in Haiti. J Pediatr Surg 46:1131-1139, 2011.

Stylianos S, Nichols L, Ventura N, Malvezzi L, Knight C, Burnweit C. The “all-in-one” appendectomy: Quick, scarless, and less costly. J Pediatr Surg 46:2336-2341, 2011.

Alkhoury F, Burnweit C, Malvezzi L, Knight C, Nazarey P, Stylianos S. A prospective study of safety and satisfaction with same-day discharge following laparoscopic appende ctomy. J Pediatr Surg 47:313-316, 2012.

Alkhoury F, Malvezzi L, Knight C, Stylianos S, Burnweit C. Routine same-day discharge after acute or interval appendectomy in children. Arch Surg 147:443-446, 2012.

Nazarey P, Stylianos S, Velis E. Treatment of suspected acute perforated appendicitis with antibiotics and interval appendectomy. J Pediatr Surg 2013 (in press).

Barlow M, Rosen L, Stylianos S. Shock index as a predictor of mortality and resource utilization in pediatric trauma. J Trauma 2013 (in press).

CHAPTERS, CASE REPORTS, REVIEWS, and EDITORIALS

Forde KA, Stylianos S. Evaluation of complicated diverticular disease: The role of colonoscopy. In: Critical Decisions in Surgery, Vol 2, New York: NCM Publishers, 1988/89.

Stylianos S, Chen MHM, Treat MR, LoGerfo P, Rose EA. Primary colonic lymphoma as a cause of massive rectal bleeding in a cardiac transplant recipient. J Cardiovasc Surg 31: 315-317, 1990.

Hoffman MA, Stylianos S, Carroll JC, ter Meulen DC. Ileocolic intussusception presenting as duodenal obstruction. Pediatr Surg Int 5:212-213, 1990.

Stylianos S, Jacir NN, Hoffman MA, Harris BH. Pediatric blunt liver injury and coagulopathy managed with packs and silo. J Trauma 30:1409-1410, 1990.

Harris BH, Stylianos S. Resuscitation of the injured child. In: Grosfeld JL (Ed), Common Problems in Pediatric Surgery, Chicago:Mosby Yearbook, 1991, p231-235.

Stylianos S, Bergman KS, Harris BH. Traumatic renal avulsion into the chest. J Trauma 31:301-302, 1991.

Stylianos S, O'Donnell TF, Harris BH. Femoro-femoral artery bypass for blunt iliac artery occlusion in a child. J Pediatr Surg 26:1425-1427, 1991.

Stylianos S. Pediatric trauma: The injured family. In: Harris BH and Grosfeld JL (Eds), Progress in Pediatric Trauma (4th ed), Boston:Nobb Hill, 1992, p76E-76I.

Stylianos S. The role of sonography in the initial evaluation of children after blunt abdominal trauma (commentary). Pediatr Radiol 23:164, 1993.

Altman RP, Stylianos S (eds). Pediatric Surgery. Pediatric Clinics of North America, Philadelphia:WB Saunders, Vol 40(6):1121-1368, 1993.

Stylianos S, Eichelberger MR. Pediatric trauma: Prevention strategies. Pediatr Clin North Am 40:1359-1368, 1993.

Mandell J, Stylianos S. Posterior sagittal approach in the management of duplicate urethra with urethral-anal communication. Dialogue Pediatr Urol 16(4): 6-7, 1993.

Caty MG, Stylianos S, Lillehei CW. Ileocolic intussusception in Kawasaki's Disease. Pediatr Surg Int 9:590-591, 1994.

Hechtman DH, Stylianos S. Surgical conditions in the newborn. Pediatr Ann 23:231-239, 1994.

Stylianos S, Altman RP. Successful separation and reconstruction of ischiopagus tetrapus conjoined twins. (Medical Motion Picture) American College of Surgeons, Clinical Co ngress, Chicago, IL, October 9-14, 1994

Stylianos S. Lung injury and ARDS. Postgraduate Course in Pediatric Surgery. American College of Surgeons, Clinical Congress, Chicago, IL, October 9-14, 1994.

Stylianos S, Harris BH. Management of major trauma. In: Spitz L and Coran AG (Eds), Rob and Smith's Operative Surgery (Pediatric Surgery, 5th ed), London: Chapman and Hall Ltd, 1995, p 839-846.

Stylianos S, Harris BH. The history of pediatric trauma care. In: Buntain WL (Ed), Management of Pediatric Trauma, Philadelphia:WB Saunders, 1995, p 3-9.

Stylianos S, Harris BH. Long-term disability and morbidity after childhood injuries. In: Buntain WL (Ed), Management of Pediatric Trauma, Philadelphia: WB Saunders, 1995, p 732-737.

Stylianos S, Berdon WE, Hicks BA, Weiswasser J, Perzin KH. Complex colon duplication mimicking an obstructed, non-functioning kidney in a newborn with imperforate anus and spinal dysraphism. Pediatr Radiol 25:269-271, 1995.

Stylianos S. Controversies in abdominal trauma. Sem Pediatr Surg 4:116-119, 1995.

Stylianos S. Liver, Spleen, and Pancreas Injuries. Postgraduate Course in Pediatric Surgery. American College of Surgeons, Clinical Congress, New Orleans, LA, Oct 8-12, 1995

Stylianos S, Templeton JM. Pediatric abdominal trauma. In: Ivatury RR and Cayten CG (Eds), The Textbook of Penetrating Trauma, Philadelphia: Williams & Wilkins, 1996, p 81 3-816.

Stylianos S, Harris BH. Abdominal trauma. In: Donnellan WL (Ed), Abdominal Surgery of Infancy and Childhood, London:Harwood Academic, 1996, p 66/1-66/19.

Harris BH, Stylianos S. Special considerations in trauma - Child abuse and birth injuries. In: O'Neill JA, Rowe MI, Grosfeld JL, Fonkalsrud EW, Coran AG (Eds), Pediatric S urgery, 5th Edition, St Louis:Mosby, 1998, p 359-365.

Stylianos S. Late sequelae of major trauma in children. Pediatr Clin North Am 45:853-859, 1998.

Alaish SM, Stylianos S. Diagnostic laparoscopy. Curr Opin Pediatr, 10:323-327, 1998.

Stylianos S. Current issues and controversies in pediatric abdominal trauma: The need for evidence-based guidelines. J Jpn Soc Pediatr Surg 36:482-486, 2000.

Puffinbarger NK, Stylianos S. Thoracic Trauma. In Glick PL, Pearl RH, Irish MS, Caty MG (Eds), Pediatric Surgery Secrets, Hanley & Belfus, Inc, Philadelphia, 2001, p 227-2 30

Stylianos S. Liver injury and damage control. Sem Pediatr Surg 10:23-25, 2001.

Harris BH, Stylianos S. Operative management of abdominal injuries in children. Sem Pediatr Surg 10:20-22, 2001.

Stylianos S. Esophageal Atresia and Tracheoesophageal Fistula. In Polin RA, Spitzer AR (Eds), Fetal and Neonatal Secrets, Hanley & Belfus, Inc, Philadelphia, 2001, p 164.

Stylianos S. Outcome studies and practice guidelines in trauma. Sem Pediatr Surg 11:36-41, 2002.

Mazziotti M, Stylianos S. Disorders of the Umbilicus. In Burg FD, Ingelfinger J, Polin RA, Gershon A (Eds), Current Pediatric Therapy (17th Edition), WB Saunders, Philadelp hia, PA, 2002, p 277-279.

Stylianos S. Guidelines for the Treatment of Children with Blunt Spleen or Liver Injury. In Mattei P (Ed), Surgical Directives: Pediatric Surgery, Lippincott Williams & Wil kins, Philadelphia,PA, 2002, p 123-127.

Schmittenbecher PP, Stylianos S. Pediatric Trauma Center: An idea transferable from USA to Germany? Eur J Trauma 2:209, 2002.

Stylianos S. Guidelines for the Treatment of Children with Blunt Spleen or Liver Injury. In Crain E, Gershl J (Eds), Clinical Manual of Emergency Pediatrics (4th Edition), McGraw-Hill, New York, NY, 2003.

Stylianos S, Hicks, BA. Abdominal and Renal Trauma. In Ashcraft KW, Holcomb GW, Murphy JP (Eds), Pediatric Surgery (4th Edition), WB Saunders, Philadelphia, PA, 2005, p 20 1-216.

Stylianos S, Hicks, BA. Abdominal Trauma. In Oldham KT, Colombani PM, Foglia RP, Skinner MA (Eds), Principles and Practice of Pediatric Surgery, Lippincott, Williams & Wilk ins, Philadelphia, PA, 2005, p 431-446.

Stylianos S. Outcomes from Pediatric Solid Organ Injury: Role of Standardized Care Guidelines. Curr Op Pediatr 17:402-406, 2005.

Yoon AJ, Cowles RA, Stylianos S, O'Toole KM. Heterotopic gastric mucosa in the gallbladder: A rare cause of massive hemobilia J Pediatr Gastroenterol Nutr 40:606-608, 2005 .

Goldstein A, Stylianos S. The Role of Minimal Access Surgery in Pediatric Trauma. In Langer J, Albanese C (Eds), Pediatric Minimal Access Surgery, Marcel Dekker, New York, NY, 2005, p 81-88.

Stylianos S, Pearl RH, Babyn P. Abdominal Trauma. In: Wesson D, Cooper A, Scherer T, Stylianos S, Tuggle D (Eds), Pediatric Trauma: Pathophysiology, Diagnosis, and Treatmen t, Marcel Dekker, New York, NY, 2006, p 267-302.

Stylianos S, Pearl RH. Abdominal Trauma. In: Grosfeld JL, Fonkalsrud EW, Coran AG (Eds), Pediatric Surgery (6th Edition), Elsevier, Inc, Philadelphia, PA, 2006, p 295-316.

Stylianos S, Mazziotti MV. Management of Major Abdominal Trauma. In: Spitz L, Coran AG (Eds), Operative Pediatric Surgery (6th Edition), Hodder Arnold, London, 2006, p 965 -976

Stylianos S, Hicks BA, Pearl RH. Blunt Abdominal Trauma. In: Burg FD, Ingelfinger JR, Polin RA, Gershon AA (Eds), Current Pediatric Therapy (18th Edition), Elsevier, Inc, Philadelphia, PA, 2006, p 213-218.

Stylianos S, Vitale M. Truncal Trauma. In Stringer M, Oldham K, Mouriquand P (Eds), Pediatric Surgery and Urology (2nd Edition), Cambridge University Press, Cambridge UK, 2 006, p 936-944.

Cowles R, Stylianos S. Surgical Emergencies in the Newborn. In Polin RA, Yoder MC (Eds), Workbook in Practical Neonatology (4th Edition), Elsevier, Philadelphia, PA, 2007, p 449-461.

Cowles RA, Lobritto SJ, Stylianos S, Brodlie S, Smith LJ, Jan D. Serial transverse enteroplasty in a newborn patient. J Pediatr Gastroenterol Nutr 45:257-260, 2007.

Stylianos S. Commentary on Pediatric Trauma. In Feliciano DV, Mattox KL, Moore EE (eds), Trauma (6th edition), McGraw-Hill Medical, 2007, p 1000-1001.

Stylianos S, Ford HR. Outcomes in pediatric trauma care. Sem Pediatr Surg 17:110-115, 2008.

Stylianos S, Vitale MG, Pearl RH. Complications in Pediatric Trauma. In Caty MG, Glick PL, Levitt MA, Haynes JH (eds), Complications in Pediatric Surgery, Informa Healthcar e, New York, 2009, p 377-389.

Stylianos S, Trozzi M, Fallat ME. The injured family: Hidden morbidity in pediatric trauma. In Inon AE (Ed), Pediatric Trauma: Prevention, Diagnosis, and Treatment (2nd Edi tion). Akadia, Buenos Aires, Argentina, 2009, p 109-120.

Stylianos S, Hicks, BA. Abdominal and Renal Trauma. In Holcomb GW, Murphy JP (Eds), Ashcraft’s Pediatric Surgery (5th Edition), WB Saunders, Philadelphia, PA, 2010, p 190- 208

Stylianos S, Pearl RH. Abdominal Trauma. In: Coran AG, Adzick NS, Krummel TM, Laberge JM, Shamberger R, Caldamone A (Eds), Pediatric Surgery (7th Edition), Elsevier, Inc, P hiladelphia, PA, 2012, p 289-309.

Stylianos S, Mazziotti MV. Management of Major Abdominal Trauma. In: Spitz L, Coran AG (Eds), Operative Pediatric Surgery (7th Edition), Hodder Arnold, London, 2013, (in p ress).

Fischer A, Stylianos S. Abdominal Trauma. In Nichols DG, Lappe DG, Paidas CN, Yaster M, Schleien C (Eds), Golden Hour: The Handbook of Advanced Pediatric Life Support (3rd Edition), Elsevier, Inc, Philadelphia, PA, 2013 (in press).

Pararas N, Stylianos S, Tzakis A. Reconstruction of the extrahepatic portal vein after pancreatic trauma. J Pediatr Surg Case Reports 1:90-93, 2013.

Khader A, Gallagher J, Woods M, Yang W-L, Wang P, Stylianos S, Prince J Necrotizing enterocolitis: An Update on the Benefits of Breast Milk. Int J Child Health and Nutriti on 2:79-84, 2013.

Stylianos S. "Abdominal Trauma", A multimedia module for the American Board of Surgery Pediatric SCORE curriculum, (on line) July 2013.

NAMED LECTURES and KEYNOTE ADDRESSES

Children's Hospital of Buffalo, 1st Kiwanis Visiting Professor in Pediatric Trauma, March 9, 2000, Buffalo, NY

3rd Annual Ohio Pediatric Trauma Symposium, March 24, 2000, Toledo, OH

37th Annual Meeting of Japanese Society of Pediatric Surgeons, May 30 – June 1, 2000, Fukuoka, Japan

33rd National Congress on Pediatric Surgery, Sept 12-16, 2000, Veracruz, Mexico

Hospital for Sick Children, Annual James Simpson Visiting Professor in Pediatric Surgery, June 1, 2001, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

German Trauma Symposium, Feb 15-20, 2002, Munich, Germany

McGill Univ/Montreal Children’s Hospital, 9th Annual H Rocke Robertson Visiting Professor in Trauma, January 20-22, 2004, Montreal, Canada

Baylor University/Texas Children’s Hospital, 1st FJ Harberg Visiting Professor in Pediatric Surgery, May 4-5, 2004, Houston, TX

Emory University/Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta, 4th Annual Gerald Zwiren Visiting Professor in Pediatric Surgery, June 2-4, 2004, Atlanta, GA

Polish Association of Pediatric Surgeons, 33rd Symposium of Trauma, Oct 7-9, 2004, Bialystok, Poland

2nd Annual Argentinian Pediatric Trauma Symposium, April 14-16, 2005, Buenos Aires, Argentina

Michigan Trauma Symposium, May 3, 2005, Grand Rapids, MI

5th IberoAmerican Symposium on Pediatric Surgery June 15-16, 2007, Madrid, Spain

Kentucky Statewide Trauma Symposium, October 28-29, 2009, Louisville, KY

10th Annual Templeton Symposium in Pediatric Trauma, March 5-6, 2010 Philadelphia, PA

INVITED LECTURER/VISITING PROFESSOR:

36th World Congress of Surgery, August 27 – Sept 2, 1995, Lisbon, Portugal

Harbor/UCLA Medical Center, Dept of Surgery Grand Rounds, May 18, 1996

38th World Congress of Surgery, August 15-20, 1999, Vienna, Austria

2nd National Congress on Childhood Emergencies, March 27-29, 2000, Baltimore, MD

Children's Memorial Hospital, Dept of Surgery Grand Rounds, April 10, 2000, Chicago, IL

Sinai Hospital of Baltimore, Dept of Surgery Grand Rounds, June 15, 2000, Baltimore, MD

5th National Conference on Pediatric Trauma, June 17-20, 2000, Vail, CO

6th Annual US Army Trauma Symposium, Aug 21-21, 2000, San Antonio, TX. 3rd Annual Connecticut ACS-COT Trauma Conference, April 5-6, 2001, Foxwoods, CT

INVITED LECTURER:

University of Rochester, Dept of Surgery Grand Rounds, May 3, 2001, Rochester, NY

Miami Children’s Hospital, Grand Rounds, June 13, 2001, Miami, FL

39th World Congress of Surgery, August 26-30, 2001, Brussels, Belgium

Eastern Association for the Surgery of Trauma, Seminar on Evidence-based Protocols in Pediatric Abdominal Trauma, Jan 17-19, 2002, Orlando, FL

American Trauma Society, 29th National Trauma Conference, April 21-23, 2002, Arlington, VA.

SUNY-Downstate Medical Center, Dept of Pediatrics Grand Rounds, May 8, 2002, Brooklyn, NY

Schneider Children’s Hospital-LIJ Medical Center, Visiting Professor in Pediatric Trauma, September 4, 2003, New Hyde Park, NY

Columbia University Pediatrics in Review: 5th Annual National Seminar, November 8-9, 2003, New York City, NY

6th International Conference on Pediatric Trauma, June 5-8, 2004, Boston, MA

Eastern Regional Trauma Symposium, Sept 17, 2004, Greenville, NC

Bridgeport Hospital, Dept of Surg Grand Rounds, Sept 30, 2004, Bridgeport, CT

North Shore-LIJ-Schneider’s Children Hospital Pediatric Trauma Symposium, Nov 11, 2004, Queens, NY

Michigan State University, Dept of Surgery Grand Rounds, May 4, 2005, Grand Rapids, MI

University of Illinois, Dept of Surgery Grand Rounds, May 13, 2005, Peoria, IL

University of Miami, Dept of Pediatrics Grand Rounds, Nov 29, 2005, Miami,FL

University of Miami, Dept of Surgery Grand Rounds, Jan 26, 2006, Miami,FL

Univ of Florida, Dept of Surgery Grand Rounds, Mar 22, 2006, Gainesville, FL

Arnold Palmer Children’s Hospital/ORMC, Dept of Surgery Grand Rounds, April 28, 2006, Orlando, FL

41st Workshop on The Treatment of Anorectal Malformations, June 7-9, 2006, Cincinnati, OH

7th International Conf on Pediatric Trauma, May 27, 2009, Fajardo, Puerto Rico

43rd World Congress of Surgery, Sept 6 – Sept 10, 2009, Adelaide, Australia

University of Massachusetts, Dept of Surgery Grand Rounds, April 7, 2010, Worchester, MA

British Association of Pediatric Surgery Annual Meeting, July 21-24, 2010, Aberdeen, Scotland

Pacific Association of Pediatric Surgery Annual Meeting, April 10-13, 2011, Cancun, Mexico

International Surgical Week, Aug 29 – Sept 1, 2011, Yokohama, Japan

Baystate Medical Center, Dept of Surgery Grand Rounds, Nov 17, 2011. Springfield, MA

British Association of Pediatric Surgery/European Pediatric Surgical Association Annual Meeting, June 12-15, 2012, Rome, Italy

Children’s Hospital Association Annual Leadership Conference, Oct 7-10, 2012, Washington, DC

15th Annual Connecticut Trauma Conference, April 18-19, 2013, Foxwoods, CT

NATIONAL MEDIA APPEARANCES:

Dateline NBC, Winter 1994
CBS 48 Hours, Fall 1995
Fox News Channel, September 2000
Dateline NBC, Spring 2001
CBS Morning Show, Fall 2001
ABC Primetime, Spring 2003

US News and World Report, Top Doctors*, 2011, 2012, 2013
*(Top 1% of pediatric surgeons in US)

Florida Super Doctors, 2009

New York Super Doctors 2013

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