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Michael T. Jaklitsch, M.D.
Minimally Invasive Surgery
Dr. Jaklitsch's research is focused on lung cancer in elderly patients. He currently is working on a prospective study focused on lung cancer in elderly patients as well as a database regarding lung cancer in elderly patients.
Additional Educational Information
University of Maryland School of Medicine, 1986
Harvard School of Public Health, Clinical Effectiveness Program, 1997
University of Alabama Hospital, Resident, General Surgery, 1989
University of Alabama Hospital, Resident, General Surgery, 1993
National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute, NIH, Research Fellow, Cardiology, 1991
BWH and DFCI, Thoracic Oncology Clinical Research Fellow, Thoracic Surgery, 1994
University of Minnesota Hospital and Clinics, Cardiovascular and Thoracic Surgery, 1997
General Surgery, 1994
Thoracic Surgery, 1998
Instructor in Surgery, Harvard Medical School, 1997-1999
Assistant Professor of Surgery, Harvard Medical School, 1999-2006
Associate Professor of Surgery, Harvard Medical School, 2006-2015
Professor of Surgery, Harvard Medical School, 2015-present