Department of Surgery
School of Medicine Queen's University
 

Dr David Robertson

Dr David RobertsonUniversity Position:
Assistant Professor

Current Appointments:
Attending Staff, Kingston General Hospital
Attending Staff, Hotel Dieu Hospital




Research Interests:
• Abdominal Wall Reconstruction
• Use of adipose-derived stem cells in hernia repair
• Development of novel composite hernia mesh
• Bariatric Surgical Outcomes

Contact Information:
Burr 2
Kingston General Hospital
76 Stuart Street
Kingston, ON    K7L 2V7
Ph: (613) 549-6666 x.4159
Fax: (613) 548-2500

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Fellowship:
• 2011 l'Hôpital du Sacré-Coeur de Montréal, Montreal, PQ
Mini-Fellowshop in Bariatric Surgery

• 2007-2010 Queen's University, Kingston, ON
Fellowship in Critical Care Medicine

Residency:
• 2004-2009 Queen's University, Kingston, ON
General Surgery

Medical School Graduation:
• 1999-2003 Queen's University, Kingston, ON

Certification:
• June 30, 2009, FRCSC, Certification in General Surgery

Professional Memberships:
• Canadian Association of General Surgeons (CAGS)
• American Hernia Society (AHS)
• Society of American Gastrointestinal and Endoscopic Surgeons (SAGES)
• American College of Surgeons (ACS)

Honours and Awards:
• Canadian Assocation of General Surgeons Resident Award for Teaching Excellence, 2008
• Resident Teaching Award, Queen's University, Kingston, ON 2007
• The A.J. Douglas Prize in Community Health and Epidemiology, Queen's University, 2003
• The National Honor Society, McMaster University, 1999
• McMaster University Student Athlete Award, 1998, 1999

Publications:
Robertson D, Drover JW, and Dhaliwal R.; Perioperative Nutrition, IN: Current Topics in Nutrition, Canadian Society for Clinical Nutrition, 2006

• Lavis JN., Robertson D., Woodside JM., McLeod CB., Abelson J. Knowledge Transfer Study Group. How can research organizations more effectively transfer research knowledge to decision makers?. Milbank Quarterly. 81(2):221-48, 171-2, 2003

• Hunter D and Robertson D. Total hip replacement: need far exceeds supply. Can. Med. Assoc. J., Aug 2001; 165: 395


Updated Sept 4, 2013