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
A Low Neutrophil CD64 Index Is Associated with Sustained Remission During Infliximab Maintenance Therapy.
Minar P, Jackson K, Tsai YT, Rosen MJ, Northcutt M, Khodoun M, Finkelman FD, Denson LA
Arteriovenous loop graft in abdominal wall reconstruction using free tissue transfer.
Gurunluoglu R, Ghaznavi A, Krpata D, Zins J, Rosen MJ
Intra-Abdominal Hypertension and Abdominal Compartment Syndrome after Abdominal Wall Reconstruction: Quaternary Syndromes?
Kirkpatrick AW, Nickerson D, Roberts DJ, Rosen MJ, McBeth PB, Petro CC, Berrevoet F, Sugrue M, Xiao J, Ball CG
Laparoscopic versus open inguinal hernia repair in patients with obesity: an American College of Surgeons NSQIP clinical outcomes analysis.
Froylich D, Haskins IN, Aminian A, O'Rourke CP, Khorgami Z, Boules M, Sharma G, Brethauer SA, Schauer PR, Rosen MJ
Benefits of Stimulus Exposure: Developmental Learning Independent of Task Performance.
Green DB, Ohlemacher J, Rosen MJ
Evaluation of a fully absorbable poly-4-hydroxybutyrate/absorbable barrier composite mesh in a porcine model of ventral hernia repair.
Scott JR, Deeken CR, Martindale RG, Rosen MJ
Treatment of routine adolescent inguinal hernia vastly differs between pediatric surgeons and general surgeons.
Bruns NE, Glenn IC, McNinch NL, Rosen MJ, Ponsky TA
Prepulse inhibition of the acoustic startle reflex vs. auditory brainstem response for hearing assessment.
Longenecker RJ, Alghamdi F, Rosen MJ, Galazyuk AV
Multicenter, Prospective, Longitudinal Study of the Recurrence, Surgical Site Infection, and Quality of Life After Contaminated Ventral Hernia Repair Using Biosynthetic Absorbable Mesh: The COBRA Study.
Rosen MJ, Bauer JJ, Harmaty M, Carbonell AM, Cobb WS, Matthews B, Goldblatt MI, Selzer DJ, Poulose BK, Hansson BM, Rosman C, Chao JJ, Jacobsen GR
DADA2: High-resolution sample inference from Illumina amplicon data.
Callahan BJ, McMurdie PJ, Rosen MJ, Han AW, Johnson AJ, Holmes SP
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As of December 31, 2015, Michael Rosen, MD disclosed the following Outside Relationships with Industry:
Davol - Consulting
LifeCell - Consulting