Tarek AlShafie, MD

  • Vascular Surgery

1 W Ridgewood Ave. Suite 106
Paramus, NJ 07652

Bio

Dr. Tarek Alshafie is a vascular surgeon in Paramus, New Jersey and is affiliated with multiple hospitals in the area, including Englewood Hospital and Medical Center and Hackensack University Medical Center. He received his medical degree from Cairo University School of Medicine and has been in practice for more than 20 years.

Education

University of Arkansas for Med Science - Fellowship

Little Rock, AR

2001 - 2003

Vascular Surgery Fellow

Columbia University-Harlem Hospital Center - Residency

New York, NY

2000 - 2001

Chief Resident, General Surgery

Columbia University-Harlem Hospital Center - Residency

New York, NY

1999 - 2001

Resident, General Surgery

National Institute of Health. Departments of Surgery, Cardiovascular Laboratory, Columbia University. - Fellowship

New York, NY

1997 - 1999

Research Fellow

Columbia University-Harlem Hospital Center - Residency

New York, NY

1995 - 1997

Resident, General Surgery

Columbia University-Harlem Hospital Center - Internship

New York, NY

1994 - 1995

Internship, General Surgery

Faculty of Medicine - Menoufyia University - Fellowship

Egypt

1987 - 1988

Fellow, General Surgery

Alagoza Hospital - Ministry of Health Hospitals. Cairo University. - Residency

Cairo, Egypt

1982 - 1987

Resident, General Surgery

Cairo University Hospitals - Internship

Cairo, Egypt

1981 - 1982

Internship

Certifications

American Board of Vascular Surgery, 2006

American Board of Surgery, 2002

Publications

Saratin (an inhibitor of platelet-collagen interaction) decrease platelets aggregation and homocysteine - mediated post carotid endarterectomy intimal hyperplasia in dose-dependent manner.

Am J Surg.

2004

Other contributors include David JA, Brown AT, Poirier LA, Cruz CP, Wang Y, Eidt J, and Moursi MM.

Saratin, an inhibitor of collagen-platelet interaction decreases venous anastomotic intimal hyperplasia in a canine dialysis access model.

Vacs Endovascular Surg.

2003

Other contributors include Smith TP, MD; Cruz, CP, MD; Fan, CY, MD, PhD; Brown, AT, PhD; Eidt, JF, MD; and Moursi, MM, MD.

Colorectal Cancer in Poor Blacks.

Cancer

2002

Other contributors include Freeman, H.

cAMP pulse during preservation inhibits the late development of cardiac isograft and allograft vasculopathy.

Circ Res.

2000

Other contributors include Wang CY, Aronson I, Takuma S, Homma S, Naka Y, Brovokovych V, Malinski T, Oz MC, and Pinsky DJ.

Human Immunodeficinecy Virus and Lung Cancer.

British Journal of Surgery.

1997

Other contributors include Donaldson, B. and Oluwole, S.

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