Edward Chin, MD
- ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR | Surgery
Dr. Chin graduated from Dartmouth College and the SUNY Stony Brook School of Medicine. During his medical school education, he was awarded membership into the Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Society.At the Mount Sinai School of Medicine, he completed his General Surgery residency and subsequent fellowship training in Minimally Invasive Surgery and Laparoscopy.
Dr. Chin's clinical interests include colectomy for benign and malignant disease, hiatal hernia and antireflux surgery, achalasia, abdominal wall hernia repair, weight loss surgery, and solid organ removal, including laparoscopic donor nephrectomy. He is board certified in surgery, and has been active in research, publishing on these topics in peer-reviewed journals, and presenting at national meetings. Dr. Chin also serves as a mentor for surgical residents and medical students, and holds positions on departmental and hospital-wide committees.In the News
Dr. Chin discusses minimally invasive procedures for elderly patients in The Daily News feature "The Daily Check Up." View the PDF.
- Colectomy- Laparoscopic Surgery
- Colorectal Cancer
- Diaphragmatic Hernia
- Fundoplication- Laparoscopic Surgery
MD, S.U.N.Y., Stony Brook Sch. of Med
Residency, Surgery, Mount Sinai Hospital
Fellowship, Laparoscopic Surgery, Mount Sinai Hospital
July 2007, July 2008, September 2008
Applause-o-gram for Excellence in Patient Care
Stanley Edelman Fellowship in Surgery
Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Society
MSMC - Laparoscopic donor nephrectomy at Mount Sinai School of Medicine. Investigator (2005-present)
MSMC - Long-term results after laparoscopic paraesophageal hernia repair. Investigator (2005-present)
MSMC- Outcomes of laparoscopic vs. open surgery in the elderly patient. Investigator (2007-present)
MSMC- Outcomes of laparoscopic colectomy. Investigator (2007-present)
MSMC- Single-incision laparoscopic surgery. Investigator (2008-present)
Chin EH, Hazzan D, Herron DM, Ames SA, Gaetano J, Bromberg JS, Edye M. Laparoscopic Donor nephrectomy: Intraoperative safety, immediate morbidity, and delayed complications with 500 cases . Surg Endosc 2007; 21(4): 521-526.