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Yadin Bornstein, MD

Yadin Bornstein, MD

  • Chief Resident (PGY-5)
  • General Surgery

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Yadin Bornstein, M.D. is currently a general surgery resident with the UCSF Department of Surgery. He completed his undergraduate studies at the University of Western Ontario majoring in Microbiology and Immunology. He then earned his medical degree from the Technion Israel Institute of Technology where he was elected valedictorian.

Dr. Bornstein began his general surgery residency as a preliminary resident at Johns Hopkins Hospital where he completed the first two years of general surgery training.

Dr. Bornstein's clinical interest is Colorectal surgery with a focus in cancer immunology. His research interest is to understand the role of the immune system and gut microbiome in the progression and development of colorectal cancer.
  Institution  
  Degree    
  Dept or School    
  End Date    
  • Johns Hopkins Hospital
  • General Surgery
  • 06/2021
  • Technion Israel Institute of Technology
  • MD
  • Medicine
  • 05/2019
  • University of Western Ontario
  • BMSc
  • Bachelor of Medical Sciences, Honours Spec. Microbiology & Immunology
  • 06/2015
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    1. Bornstein Y, Wick EC. Bacterial Decontamination: Bowel Preparation and Chlorhexidine Bathing. Clin Colon Rectal Surg. 2023 May; 36(3):201-205. View in PubMed
    2. Bornstein Y, Weaver ML, Holscher CM, Reifsnyder T. Development of hyperacute high-output heart failure at access creation. J Vasc Surg Cases Innov Tech. 2021 Sep; 7(3):529-531. View in PubMed
    3. Yadin Bornstein MD., Libby Weaver MD., Courtenay M. Holscher MD., PhD., Thomas Reifsnyder MD.. Journal of Vascular Surgery Cases and Innovative Techniques. Development of hyperacute high-output heart failure at access creation. 2021; 7(3):529-531. View in PubMed
    4. Kangas-Dick AW, Bornstein Y, Azar O, Rojas KE, Borgen PI. Larvae of Musca domestica (common house fly) found intraoperatively in a male breast abscess. SAGE Open Med Case Rep. 2020; 8:2050313X20917841. View in PubMed

     

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