Dr. John Chabot is an endocrine surgeon practicing in New York City. He specializes in treating and diagnosing pancreatic cancer and peritoneal mesothelioma. He also treats jaundice, sarcoma, and gastrointestinal cancer.
Dr. Chabot received his medical degree from Dartmouth College Geisel School of Medicine before going to New York Presbyterian Hospital for his residency training. He then went on the Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center for his fellowship training. Dr. Chabot is the Chief of GI/Endocrine Surgery at the Executive Director of the Pancreas Center at NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital. He also is the David V. Habif Professor of Surgery at Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons, leading the next generation of doctors in their education.
Having published over 45 peer-reviewed scholarly journal articles, Dr. Chabot is a leader in the field of endocrine research. Dr. Chabot is an expert in the field of pancreatic cancer, and patients looking for top quality care should be sure to contact him.
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