Dr. Carolyn Seib is a board-certified general surgeon with subspecialty training in endocrine surgery and advanced training in biostatistics and clinical research. Dr. Seib completed her undergraduate education at Princeton University, graduating summa cum laude in 2004. She received her M.D. at the New York University School of Medicine and then came to San Francisco to complete her residency in General Surgery at UCSF. Dr. Seib received a Masters of Advanced Study (MAS) in Clinical Research from UCSF during her training. After finishing her residency, Dr. Seib completed a fellowship in Endocrine Surgery at UCSF, during which she cared for patients with complex disorders of the thyroid, parathyroid, and adrenal glands. She worked as a Clinical Instructor in the Department of Surgery at UCSF until February 2019. In April 2019, Dr. Seib joined the faculty at Stanford University as an Assistant Professor in the Division of General Surgery.
Dr. Seib’s independent research program focuses on the management of endocrine disorders in older adults. In August 2018, she was awarded an R03 grant, funded by the National Institute on Aging, to study long-term outcomes in older adults with primary hypeparathyroidism treated with medical and surgical therapy. She has 18 peer-reviewed journal publications in high impact journals and her research on the surgical management of older adults has received national attention, including being featured in the New York Times.
- General Surgery
- Endocrine Surgery
Assistant Professor - Med Center Line, Surgery - General Surgery
Board Certification: General Surgery, American Board of Surgery (2017)
Fellowship:UCSF Endocrine Surgery Fellowship (2017) CA
Residency:UCSF General Surgery Residency (2016) CA
Medical Education:New York University School of Medicine (2009) NY