• Associate Professor, Surgery, CWRU School of Medicine

  • Gender: Male
  • Online Personal Health Record Available

Board Certifications

American Board of Colon and Rectal Surgery - Colon and Rectal Surgery

Education & Training


1996, University of Scranton

Medical / Professional School(s)

2000, SUNY Upstate Medical University, College of Medicine


2001, General Surgery - Albany Medical Center


2005, General Surgery - Albany Medical Center


2006, Colon and Rectal Surgery - Georgia Colon and Rectal Surgical Clinic


Complex Anorectal Disease, Laparoscopic Colectomy in the Emergent Setting, Gastrointestional Cancer, Colon and Rectal Cancer, Educational Models for Laparoscopic Colectomy, Lower Gastrointestinal Cancer, Benign Anorectal Disease, Complex Crohn's Fistulizing Disease, Pelvic Floor Disorders, Advanced Laparoscopic Techniques for Colorectal Cancer, Colon and Rectal Surgery

Selected Publications

Laparoscopic colectomy in the obese, morbidly obese, and super morbidly obese: when does weight matter?
Champagne BJ, Nishtala M, Brady JT, Crawshaw BP, Franklin ME, Delaney CP, Steele SR

The American Society of Colon and Rectal Surgeons Assessment Tool for Performance of Laparoscopic Colectomy.
Champagne BJ, Steele SR, Hendren SK, Bakaki PM, Roberts PL, Delaney CP, Brady JT, MacRae HM

Reprocessed bipolar energy for laparoscopic colectomy: Is it worth it?
Brady JT, Bhakta A, Steele SR, Trunzo JA, Senagore AJ, Holmgren K, Schillero A, Champagne BJ

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

Prospective Case Series of a Novel Minimally Invasive Bipolar Coagulation System in the Treatment of Grade I and II Internal Hemorrhoids.
Crawshaw BP, Russ AJ, Ermlich BO, Delaney CP, Champagne BJ

Failing to Prepare Is Preparing to Fail: A Single-Blinded, Randomized Controlled Trial to Determine the Impact of a Preoperative Instructional Video on the Ability of Residents to Perform Laparoscopic Right Colectomy.
Crawshaw BP, Steele SR, Lee EC, Delaney CP, Mustain WC, Russ AJ, Shanmugan S, Champagne BJ

A nationwide assessment comparing nonelective open with minimally invasive complex colorectal procedures.
Schlussel AT, Lustik MB, Johnson EK, Maykel JA, Champagne BJ, Damle A, Ross HM, Steele SR

Can sepsis predict deep venous thrombosis in colorectal surgery?
Hatch Q, Nelson D, Martin M, Maykel JA, Johnson EK, Champagne BJ, Hyman NH, Steele SR

A population-based comparison of open versus minimally invasive abdominoperineal resection.
Schlussel AT, Lustik MB, Johnson EK, Maykel JA, Champagne BJ, Goldberg JE, Steele SR

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As of December 31, 2015, Bradley Champagne, MD did not disclose any Outside Relationships with Industry.

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