My main area of expertise is in surgery, trauma and medical education.
Education and Training:
Residency, Surgery, SUNY Buffalo (1978)
MD, Loyola University-Stritch School of Medicine, Illinois (1971)
BS, Canisius College, Buffalo, NY (1966)
Vice Chair for Education Department of Surgery, SUNY Buffalo (2001-present)
Awards and Honors:
Alpha Omega Alpha (Faculty Member) (1995)
Fellow American College of Critical Care Medicine (1991)
Louis and Ruth Siegel Teaching Award (1984)
Fellow of American College of Surgeons (1983)
C. P Chandra Outstanding Teacher Award (1982)
Grants and Sponsored Research:
July 2003–July 2005 Reynolds Geriatric Center Grant Role: Co-Investigator
Evaluative Studies and Case Reports:
Dryjski M, O'Brien-Irr MS, Harris LM, Hassett J, Janicke D. Evaluation of a screening protocol to exclude the diagnosis of deep venous thrombosis among emergency department patients.. J Vasc Surg. 2001; 34(6).
Wang JP, Kulaylat MN, Rockette H, Hassett JM, Rajput A, Bullard Dunn K, Dayton MT. Should Total Number of Lymph Nodes Be Used as a Quality of Care Measure for Stage III Colon Cancer?. Annals of Surgery. 2009; 249.