Michael Dewar MD, FACS, FRCS (C)

Assistant Professor of Surgery (Section of Cardiac Surgery)

Biographical Info

Michael Dewar, MD, FACS, FRCS (C) is board-certified in thoracic and cardiac surgery. He is fellowship trained in cardiac, thoracic, vascular and general surgery. Dr. Dewar earned his medical degree from the University of Massachusetts and completed his coordinated surgical residency at McGill University and his general surgical residency at Montreal Chest Hospital.

Dr. Dewar's clinical interests include aortic valve surgery; minimally invasive coronary artery bypass surgery; mitral valve repair surgery; and Ross procedure.


Education & Training

M.D.
University of Massachusetts (1980)
Residency
McGill University, Coordinated Surgical Residency 
Residency
Royal Victoria Hospital, General Surgery 
Post Graduate Study
Montreal Chest Hospital, Thoracic Sugery 
senior registrar
Hoapital for Sick Children, Great Ormond street London UK, pediatric cardiac surgery  (1988 - 1999)
Fellowship
Royal Victoria Hospital, Cardiac Surgery 
Fellowship
Montreal Geneal Hospital, Thoracic Surgery 
Fellowship
Montreal Geneal Hospital, Cardiovascular Surgery 
Residency
Hotel Dieu de Montreal, Thoracic and General Surgery 
Residency
Royal Victoria Hospital, Vascular and Thoracic Surgery 
Post Graduate Study
Montreal Geneal Hospital, Research Fellow, Clinical Research 
Post Graduate Study
Saint Mary's Hospital, General Surgery 
Post Graduate Study
Royal Victoria Hospital, Trauma Surgery 
Board Certification
Surgery, Thoracic & Cardiac, Board Certified  (1992)

Honors & Recognition

  • Honorary Professor of Cardiac Surgery
    Pavlov University St.Petersburg Russia (2005)

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