• Professor, Surgery, CWRU School of Medicine

  • Gender: Male
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Education & Training

Medical / Professional School(s)

1989, University College Dublin, National University of Ireland


1990, Rotator - Mater Hospital


1993, General Surgery - Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland School of Medicine
1999, General Surgery - Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland School of Medicine


2000, Colon and Rectal Surgery - Cleveland Clinic

Research Fellowship

1996, Transplant Immunology - University of Pittsburgh Medical Center UPMC


Rectal Pathology, Colonoscopy, Ulcerative Colitis, Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD), Diverticulitis, Sphincter-Saving Surgery, Lower Gastrointestinal Cancer, Recurrent Colon and Rectal Cancer, Crohn's Disease, Laparoscopic Colon and Rectal Surgery, Gastrointestional Cancer, Rectal Cancer

Selected Publications

Laparoscopic surgery for rectal cancer: the verdict is not final yet!
Shawki S, Liska D, Delaney CP

Chasing Surgical Value.
Delaney CP

Complications, Not Minimally Invasive Surgical Technique, Are Associated with Increased Cost after Esophagectomy.
Fu SJ, Ho VP, Ginsberg J, Perry Y, Delaney CP, Linden PA, Towe CW

Uptake of enhanced recovery practices by SAGES members: a survey.
Keller DS, Delaney CP, Senagore AJ, Feldman LS, SAGES SMART Task Force.

Pharmacogenetics-guided analgesics in major abdominal surgery: Further benefits within an enhanced recovery protocol.
Senagore AJ, Champagne BJ, Dosokey E, Brady J, Steele SR, Reynolds HL, Stein SL, Delaney CP

Alvimopan in the setting of colorectal resection with an ostomy: To use or not to use?
Wen Y, Jabir MA, Keating M, Althans AR, Brady JT, Champagne BJ, Delaney CP, Steele SR

Using Modified Frailty Index to Predict Safe Discharge Within 48 Hours of Ileostomy Closure.
Wen Y, Jabir MA, Dosokey EM, Choi D, Petro CC, Brady JT, Steele SR, Delaney CP

Evaluating surgical management and outcomes of colovaginal fistulas.
Wen Y, Althans AR, Brady JT, Dosokey EM, Choi D, Nishtala M, Delaney CP, Steele SR

The HARM score for gastrointestinal surgery: Application and validation of a novel, reliable and simple tool to measure surgical quality and outcomes.
Crawshaw BP, Keller DS, Brady JT, Augestad KM, Schiltz NK, Koroukian SM, Navale SM, Steele SR, Delaney CP

Rectourethral fistulas: A comparison of the National Inpatient Sample and the American College of Surgeons National Surgical Quality Improvement Program.
Schlussel AT, Lustik MB, Delaney CP, Stein SL, Reynolds HL, Senagore AJ, Johnson EK, Steele SR

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As of December 31, 2015, Conor Delaney, MD, PhD did not disclose any Outside Relationships with Industry.

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