Designation: Associate Professor
School of Medicine and Public Health Madison, WI
Country: United States
Satoru Osaki has completed his Ph.D. from Okayama University Graduate School of Medicine and Dentistry Okayama, Japan. He is currently working as a clinical associate professor at Public Health Madison, WI, in the Department of cardiac surgery. He has authored many publications in National and International Journals. He received many awards and recognition for his contribution in the field of surgery. He has membership in various societies such as The International Society for Heart and Lung Transplantation, Japanese Society for Surgery, Japanese Society for Thoracic Surgery, Japanese Society for Cardiovascular Surgery, Japanese Heart Association. He attended many national and international conferences.
His research interests mainly focuses on coronary artery bypass surgery, beating heart surgery, aortic and mitral valve surgery, surgery for end-stage heart disease, heart transplantation, mechanical assist devices, minimally invasive cardiac surgery, cardiac arrhythmia surgery, robotic cardiac surgery, pericardiectomy, and cardiac reoperation.
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