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Physicians: Surgery

David B. Adams
Name: David B. Adams, MD, FACS
Title(s): Head, Section of General and Gastrointestinal Surgery; Co-Director, Digestive Disease Service Line; Professor of Surgery
Degree: Medical College of Virginia (1977)
Interests: surgical management of chronic pancreatitis, laparoscopic GI surgery, general GI surgery 
Phone: (843) 792-9393
E-mail: adamsdav@musc.edu
T. Karl Byrne
Name: T. Karl Byrne, MD
Title(s): Professor of Surgery
Degree: Royal College of Surgeons, Ireland (1978)
Interests: bariatric surgery, trauma, critical care, advanced laparoscopy and gastrointestinal surgery 
Phone: (843) 876-4268
E-mail: byrnetk@musc.edu
E. Ramsay Camp
Name: E. Ramsay Camp, MD
Title(s): Assistant Professor of Surgery
Degree: Medical University of South Carolina (1997)
Interests: Surgical oncology, GI oncology including pancreas and colorectal cancer, melanoma, sarcoma, and breast cancer 
Phone: (843) 876-4420
E-mail: camp@musc.edu
David Cole
Name: David Cole, MD
Title(s): Director, Division of General Surgery; Vice Chair, Department of Surgery; McKoy Rose Professor of Surgery
Degree: Cornell University Medical College (1986)
Interests: breast cancer, gastrointestinal/hepatic malignancy, cancer immunology 
Phone: (843) 792-4638
E-mail: coledj@musc.edu
Chadrick E. Denlinger
Name: Chadrick E. Denlinger, MD
Title(s): Assistant Professor of Surgery
Degree: Ohio State University College of Medicine (2000)
Interests: lung cancer, benign and malignant esophageal diseases, lung transplantation 
Phone: (843) 876-4844
E-mail: denlinge@musc.edu
Kerry Hammond
Name: Kerry Hammond, MD
Title(s): Assistant Professor of Surgery
Degree: Wake Forest University School of Medicine, North Carolina (2000)
Interests: surgical treatment of diseases of the colon, rectum and anus 
Phone: (843) 876-4857
E-mail: hammonkl@musc.edu
P. Johnstone Maxwell IV
Name: P. Johnstone Maxwell IV, MD, FACS
Title(s): Assistant Professor of Surgery
Degree: Medical University of South Carolina (2000)
Interests: benign and malignant diseases of the colon and rectum, anorectal disease, inflammatory bowel disease, diagnostic and therapeutic colonoscopy 
Phone: (843) 876-4857
E-mail: maxwelpj@musc.edu
Katherine Morgan
Name: Katherine Morgan, MD
Title(s): Assistant Professor of Surgery
Degree: Emory University, Georgia (1998)
Interests: bariatric surgery, hepatobiliary & pancreatic surgery, GI & general surgery, advanced laparoscopy 
Phone: (843) 876-4268
E-mail: morganka@musc.edu
Rana C. Pullatt
Name: Rana C. Pullatt, MD, MS, MRCS
Title(s): Associate Professor of Surgery; Director, MUSC Robotic Surgery Program
Degree: Madras Medical College, India (1997)
Interests: general, advanced laparoscopic surgery, laparoscopic colorectal surgery, gastrointestinal and bariatric surgery, robotic surgery 
Phone: (843) 792-9393
E-mail: pullattr@musc.edu
Page last updated 04/10/2014.
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