After working for over 8 1/2 years at Health Sciences North in Northern Ontario, Dr. Antonio Caycedo-Marulanda moved to Queen’s as an Associate Professor with the Department of Surgery. Dr. Caycedo earned his medical degree at El Bosque University; subsequently he completed his general surgery training at Javeriana University, both in his native Colombia. After moving to Canada in 2004 he retrained in general surgery at the University of Ottawa, followed by a colorectal surgery fellowship at The University of Western Ontario. He obtained a masters degree in clinical research at the University of Liverpool. Dr. Caycedo introduced the TAMIS procedure to Canada, as well helped to pioneer taTME in the country and developed the Canadian taTME expert COllaboration (CaTACO). His research interest is mainly focused on rectal cancer, minimally invasive surgery, innovation and clinical outcomes.
Dr. Caycedo's publications : https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/myncbi/1LypwtnctPS56/bibliography/public/