Sachs, who is board certified by the American Board of Surgery, was named assistant professor of surgery at BUSM and an attending surgeon in the section of surgical oncology at BMC.
After receiving his medical degree from New York Medical College, Sachs completed a residency in general surgery at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and a fellowship in surgical oncology at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, MD. His clinical interests include alimentary tract surgery with a special focus in hepatic and pancreatobiliary disease. He attained a Masters of Public Health in clinical effectiveness and his research pertains to surgical outcomes and education.
Siracuse, board certified by the American Board of Surgery, is also taking on the role of assistant professor of surgery and assistant professor of radiology at BUSM and an attending surgeon in the division of vascular and endovascular surgery at BMC.
He received his medical degree from New York Medical College and completed his residency in general surgery at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. Siracuse completed a research fellowship in the Harvard-Longwood Vascular Research Training Program and a clinical fellowship in vascular and endovascular surgery at New York-Presbyterian Hospital/Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons and Weill Cornell Medical College. His research and clinical interests include minimally invasive and open treatment of aortic aneurysms, critical limb ischemia, cerebrovascular disease, dialysis access, thoracic outlet syndrome and venous disease.