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Michel Murr, MD

Primary Department: COLLEGE OF MEDICINE SURGERY

Professor, COLLEGE OF MEDICINE SURGERY

Professor, COLLEGE OF MEDICINE MOLECULAR PHARMACOLOGY & PHYSIOLOGY

Chief of Surgery, Surgery

Director of Bariatric Surgery, Department of Surgery

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Contacts
Email: mmurr@health.usf.edu
Phone: (813) 847-4730
Office: HMT, 410
Mailing address 5 TGH Circle HMT Suite 410
Tampa, FL 33606
 
Education
  • MD, American University Of Beirut, Beirut - 1982.
 
Interdisciplinary & Emerging Signature Programs
Other.
 
Research Summary

My clinical research covers a wide area of outcomes after bariatric surgery and emerging technology for the treatment of diabetes and obesity My lab research efforts are focused on an animal model of obesity and the molecular mechanism of diabetes and obesity; we are seeking answers that will lead to drug discovery and thereby translate into clinical protocol and cutting edge medicine

 


Selected Publications

Positions Held



Awards/Honors
  • USF Research Day: Outstanding Resident Research (University of South Florida - 2009)
  • USF Research Day: Superior Presentation Award (Univeristy of South Florida - 2008)
  • USF Research Day: Superior Presentation Award (University of South Florida - 2006)
  • USF Research Day: Superior Presentation Award (University of South Florida - 2006)
  • USF Research Day: Superior Presentation Award (University of South Florida - 2005)
  • USF Research Day: Superior Presentation Award (University of South Florida - 2003)
  • USF Research Day: Superior Presentation Award (University of South Florida - 2002)
  • Traveler Award (Japan Surgical Society - 2001)
  • University of South Florida (OCO 2001 Award - 2001)
  • Research and Creative Scholarship Award (University of South Florida - 2001)
  • SSAT Career Development Award Grant (SSAT - 2001)
  • Resident Research Award (Iowa Academy of Surgery - 1992)
  • Resident Research Award (Iowa Academy of Surgery - 1991)



Lectures
  • "Bariatric surgery in transplant patients" Obesity Week 2014 (presentation with 56. Patel R, Taitano A, Gonzalvo JP, Murr MM.). MA, United States - 2014.
  • "RYGB improves histological features of NAFLD" SSAT. FL, United States - 2014.
  • "Overview of Bariatric Surgery" ASAS. FL, United States - 2013.
  • "GLP-1, Sirt1 and FOXO1 mediate improvement of insulin sensitivity and beta-cell function after RYGB" Obesity Week (presentation with Peng Y, Lee J, Rakita, Murr MM). GA, United States - 2013.
  • ". Sirt-1 Signaling and Cardiovascular Risk after Roux-en-Y Gastric Bypass Surgery" American Diabetes Association (presentation with 54. Peng Y, Lee J, Rakita, Murr M. ). IL, United States - 2013.
  • "Sirt1/PGC1a/Nrf2 pathways mediate improvements in oxidative stress in rat liver after RYGB" SSAT (presentation with 53. Peng Y, Lee J, Rakita, Murr M.). FL, United States - 2013.
  • "Conversion of failed LAGB to Sleeve Gastrectomy" SUGIS. Australia - 2013.
  • "Pre-adipocyte stem cells in human omentum inhibits pancreatic cancer growth(MathurA,CooperD,Murr M)" SSAT/Pancreas Club . FL, United States - 2012.
  • "Bariatric surgery improves access to renal transplantation(51. Rodriguez A, Fakhry T,Radecke J,Murr)" USF Research Day . FL, United States - 2012.
  • "Bariatric Surgery and Type 2 Diabetes" USF-Advances in Diabetes Conference. FL, United States - 2012.
  • "Bile Duct injuries" Association of Abdominal Surgeons 51st Congress. FL, United States - 2012.
  • "Pre-adipocyte stem cells inhibit cancer cell growth" IAHPBA. FL, United States - 2012.
  • "Overview of metabolic surgery" SAACOG. NC, United States - 2009.
  • "Anastomotic leaks" Revisional Bariatric Surgery-M Gagner. TX, United States - 2008.

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