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Brendon Stiles

Brendon Matthew Stiles, M.D.

Montefiore Health System, Albert Einstein College of Medicine
1250 Waters Place, 7th floor
New York, NY  10461
United States
718-920-5732
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Role: 
Surgeon - Cardiothoracic

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Background

University of Virginia , College of Arts and Sciences (B.A. 1994)
University of Virginia, School of Medicine (M.D. 1999)
University of Virginia, General Surgery Internship and Residency (1999-2006)
James Earnest Kindred Award (2005, 2007), All-University Teaching Award (2006)
Humanism and Excellence in Teaching Award (2006)
Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, Surgical Oncology Research Fellowship (2001-2003)
The Chairman's Award for Excellence in Basic Science Research (2003)
Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, Cardiothoracic Residency (2006)
New York-Presbyterian Hospital, Cornell, Cardiothoracic Residency (2006-2008)
Distinguished Housestaff Award, Weill Cornell Medical Center Alumni Council (2007)

Other Interests

Video assisted thoracic surgery
Detection and treatment of early lung cancer
Perioperative and critical care
Outcomes in esophageal cancer
Resident and student education
Benign and malignant esophageal disease
Basic research in lung cancer and metastasis

Research

Brendon Stiles, MD, is Professor and Chief, Thoracic Surgery and Surgical Oncology, Department of Cardiothoracic & Vascular Surgery at Montefiore-Einstein, and the Associate Director for Surgical Services in the Montefiore-Einstein Cancer Center. Dr. Stiles’ clinical focus is on the treatment of lung and esophageal cancer and unusual thoracic cancers including metastatic tumors and those invading the heart. He also has a clinical interest in treating benign chest and upper gastrointestinal diseases. Taking a patient-first philosophy, Dr. Stiles provides world-class personalized care, using minimally invasive, organ-sparing techniques and targeting surgical therapy to the specific needs of the patient and his or her individual tumor.