Separating Fact From Fiction: Emerging Trends in Bariatric and Robotic Surgery

Originally Broadcast - April 16th at 4pm EDT

Join Erik B. Wilson, M.D., FACS for a live clinical discussion on emerging trends in bariatric and robotic surgery, including the use of buttress and staple line reinforcement, and advanced biomaterials, to understand how these factors may relate to supporting clinical needs and patient outcomes.

Featured Presenter :

Erik B. Wilson, M.D., is Medical Director of Bariatric Surgery at Memorial Hermann-Texas Medical Center, Professor in the Department of Surgery at the University of Texas Medical School at Houston, and the Director of the Minimally Invasive Surgeons of Texas (MIST). He is the Division Chief of Elective General Surgery for the UT Department of Surgery.

Dr. Wilson graduated from college with highest honors from Texas A&M University and completed his Medical Degree from Baylor College of Medicine. He completed a general surgery residency at Texas A&M and a fellowship in Advanced Laparoscopic Surgery at the University of Texas Medical School at Houston. He is also the Medical Director of Bariatric Surgery for Memorial Hermann-Texas Medical Center.

Dr. Wilson is Co-Founder of the Texas Association for Bariatric Surgery and Houston Bariatric Society. He is a founder and the Past President of the Clinical Robotic Surgery Association. He is a leader in endoluminal and robotic General Surgery since 2002 with over 1000 cases performed robotically. He specializes in weight loss surgery, reflux surgery, hernias and minimally invasive general surgery.


April 17, 2020

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Surgical Education Network