Education & Training
1992, Vanderbilt University
Medical / Professional School(s)
1997, Keck Medical Center of USC (Keck Hospital of USC)
1998, General Surgery - Massachusetts General Hospital
2004, General Surgery - Massachusetts General Hospital
2005, Laparoscopic Surgery - Carolinas Medical Center
2002, Minimally Invasive Surgery - Cleveland Clinic
Gastrointestinal Surgery, Gastrointestional Cancer, Hernia Surgery, Laparoscopic and Minimally Invasive Surgery, Upper Gastrointestinal Cancer
An improved approach to separating startle data from noise.
Grimsley CA, Longenecker RJ, Rosen MJ, Young JW, Grimsley JM, Galazyuk AV
Permissive Intra-Abdominal Hypertension Following Complex Abdominal Wall Reconstruction.
Petro CC, Raigani S, Fayezizadeh M, Rowbottom JR, Klick JC, Prabhu AS, Novitsky YW, Rosen MJ
Letter: stool adalimumab detection in ulcerative colitis and Crohn's disease - authors' reply.
Rosen MJ, Minar P, Vinks AA
Reply to comment to article: Posterior component separation with transversus abdominis release successfully addresses recurrent ventral hernias following anterior component separation. Bruce Tulloh, Andrew Charles de Beaux, DOI 10.1007/s10029-015-1391-4.
Pauli EM, Rosen MJ
Microbial diversity. Fine-scale diversity and extensive recombination in a quasisexual bacterial population occupying a broad niche.
Rosen MJ, Davison M, Bhaya D, Fisher DS
A Multidisciplinary Approach to Medical Weight Loss Prior to Complex Abdominal Wall Reconstruction: Is it Feasible?
Rosen MJ, Aydogdu K, Grafmiller K, Petro CC, Faiman GH, Prabhu A
Review article: applying pharmacokinetics to optimise dosing of anti-TNF biologics in acute severe ulcerative colitis.
Rosen MJ, Minar P, Vinks AA
Posterior component separation and transversus abdominis muscle release for complex incisional hernia repair in patients with a history of an open abdomen.
Petro CC, Como JJ, Yee S, Prabhu AS, Novitsky YW, Rosen MJ
Transversus abdominis muscle release for repair of complex incisional hernias in kidney transplant recipients.
Petro CC, Orenstein SB, Criss CN, Sanchez EQ, Rosen MJ, Woodside KJ, Novitsky YW
A case of splenic rupture within an umbilical hernia with loss of domain.
Fernando EJ, Guerron AD, Rosen MJ
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For calendar year 2012, Michael Rosen, MD disclosed the following Outside Relationships with Industry:
Davol - Consulting
LifeCell - Consulting