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Thomas M. Daniel, M.D.
Hyperpolarized gas evaluation of lung function (Helium and Xenon)
Thoracoscopic lung surgery
Radiotracer localization of subcentimeter lung nodules
Developing inexpensive tissue-based models and a free internet learning site for teaching simulation general and thoracic surgery to surgical residents and faculty in resource-poor developing countries
thoracoscopic mediastinal surgery
Localization techniques for VATS biopsy of subcentimeter lung nodules
Clinical- Six months from 2013-2016 teaching and performing general and thoracic surgery in Africa at the University Hospital, Kigali, Rwanda and the University Hospital Hospital, Butare, Rwanda
Additional Educational Information
Princeton University (B.A. 1960)University of Virginia School of Medicine (M.D. 1964)University Hospital, Boston MA, Medical Resident ( 1964-65)Emory University- Grady Hospital, Atlanta GA, Medical Resident ( 1965-66)Duke University, General and Cardiothoracic Surgery Residency ( 1968-1975
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