Danny Yakoub, MD, PhD, FACS
Dr. Yakoub earned his medical degree at University of Cairo, then obtained his PhD degree at Imperial College London. He completed his surgical residency at Staten Island University Hospital in NYC then his fellowship training in Complex General Surgical Oncology at the University of Miami-Miller School of Medicine/Jackson Memorial Hospital. Dr. Yakoub initially practiced as an Assistant Professor at the University of Miami where he investigated metabolic reprogramming of pancreatic cancer cells to improve chemotherapy responsiveness, then he became an Associate Professor at University of Tennessee Health Sciences in Memphis, then at the Mayo Clinic Health System. Dr. Yakoub served as a panel member at the National Comprehensive Cancer Network (NCCN). His research interests include improving clinical outcomes in upper gastrointestinal and hepatobiliary pancreatic cancer patients.
Dr. Yakoub’s interests include the treatment of benign and malignant disorders of the esophagus, stomach, liver, pancreas, biliary system, small intestine and sarcomas. Including open, laparoscopic and robotic techniques.
Research interests include improving clinical outcomes in upper gastrointestinal and hepatobiliary pancreatic cancer patients
Treatment of the patient as a whole with support and compassion, using state of the art knowledge and tools
Chief of Surgical Oncology
Associate Professor of Surgery
American Board of Surgery - Certified, 2013
Fellow, American College of Surgeons - Certified, 2016
American Board of Surgery - Certified, Surg Oncology, 2017
Medical School: University of Cairo, University of the State of New York
Residency: Staten Island University Hospital, NYC
Fellowship: University of Miami-Miller School of Medicine/Jackson Memorial Hospital
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