Dr. John M. Skibber M.D.
Surgical Oncologist | Surgical Oncology1515 Holcombe Blvd Houston TX, 77030
Dr. John Skibber is a surgical oncologist practicing in Houston, TX. Dr. Skibber specializes in diagnosing, staging and treating cancer-related symptoms. Surgical oncologists also decide if the patient is a candidate for surgery or other cancer treatments based on certain factors such as age, physical fitness and other possible coexisting medical conditions
Education and Training
Jefferson Med Coll-Thos Jefferson Univ, Philadelphia Pa 1981
Sidney Kimmel Medical College at Thomas Jefferson University 1981
SurgeryAmerican Board of SurgeryABS
- Predictors of recurrence after local excision and postoperative chemoradiation
- Prognostic implications of response to preoperative infusional chemoradiation in locally advanced rectal cancer.
- Outcomes research in surgical oncology.
- Quality of life and cost effectiveness analysis of therapy for locally recurrent rectal cancer.
- NCCN Practice Guidelines for Colorectal Cancer.
- Evaluation and surgical resection of adrenal masses in patients with a history of extra-adrenal malignancy.
- Pain and quality of life after treatment in patients with locally recurrent rectal cancer.
- Predicting the node-negative mesorectum after preoperative chemoradiation for locally advanced rectal carcinoma.
- Local excision for rectal cancer.
- Surgical implications of colorectal cancer genetics.
- Outcome after curative resection for locally recurrent rectal cancer.
- Barriers to rehabilitation of colorectal cancer patients.
- Molecular biomarkers correlate with disease-free survival in patients with anal canal carcinoma treated with chemoradiation.
- Lymph node status after neoadjuvant radiotherapy for rectal cancer is a biologic predictor of outcome.
- Effect of lymph node retrieval rates on the utilization of adjuvant chemotherapy in stage II colon cancer.
- Skin Cancer
- Anal Cancer
- Colon Cancer
- Colon Polyps
- Aerolase® Technologies
- Clinical Ctr At The Nih, General Surgery; Nyu Hospitals Center, General Surgery
- New York University
- New York University School of Medicine Program
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