Dr. Shlomovitz attended medical school at the University of Western Ontario. He subsequently completed a hybrid residency in General Surgery and Radiology, including training in Interventional Radiology at the University of Toronto, followed by a fellowship in minimally-invasive gastrointestinal surgery and surgical endoscopy at the Oregon Clinic in Portland, Oregon. Dr. Shlomovitz is appointed both as an Interventional Radiologist and a General Surgeon at the University Health Network in Toronto, where he focuses on percutaneous hepatobiliary and oncologic interventions, minimally-invasive foregut surgery and surgical flexible endoscopy of the upper and lower GI tracts. He is cross appointed as Assistant Professor in the Department of Surgery and the Department of Medical Imaging. His research interests include the development, training and evaluation of hybrid therapeutic techniques, including collaborations with the Institute of Image Guided Surgery in Strasbourg, France.
Surgery - University of Toronto
"The translational paradigm of the TRP has revolutionized my thinking.”
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