Clinical Focus

  • Pediatric Surgery

Professional Education

  • Fellowship:Stanford University Pediatric Surgery (2019) CA
  • Board Certification: General Surgery, American Board of Surgery (2017)
  • Fellowship:Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center Complex Surgial Oncology (2017) NY
  • Residency:Inova Fairfax Hospital GME Office (2015) VA
  • Residency:University of Pennsylvania Health System (2013) PA
  • Medical Education:Medical School of Friedrich Schiller University (2001) Germany


All Publications

  • Algorithm for Calculating Haller Index for Pectus Excavatum Using 3-Dimensional Optical Scanning Taylor, J. S., Szafer, D., Madhavan, S., Hasseini, S., Pei, A., Koppolu, R., Barnaby, K. D., Danzer, E., Wall, J. K., Chao, S. ELSEVIER SCIENCE INC. 2018: S192
  • Dilation of Esophageal Stricture in a Pediatric Patient Using Functional Lumen Imaging Probe Technology Without the Use of Fluoroscopy. Journal of pediatric gastroenterology and nutrition Taylor, J. S., Danzer, E., Berquist, W. E., Wall, J. K. 2018

    View details for DOI 10.1097/MPG.0000000000001936

    View details for PubMedID 29470294

  • Minimal access fetal surgery EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF OBSTETRICS & GYNECOLOGY AND REPRODUCTIVE BIOLOGY Danzer, E., Sydorak, R. M., Harrison, M. R., Albanese, C. T. 2003; 108 (1): 3-13


    The development of fetal surgery has led to promising therapeutic options for a number of congenital malformations. However, preterm labor (PTL) and premature rupture of membranes continue to be ubiquitous risks for both mother and fetus. To reduce maternal morbidity and the risk of prematurity, minimal access surgical techniques were developed and are increasingly employed. Congenital diaphragmatic hernia (CDH), obstructive uropathy, twin-to-twin transfusion syndrome (TTTS), and sacrococcygeal teratoma have already been successfully treated using minimal access fetal surgical procedures. Other life-threatening diseases as well as severely disabling but not life-threatening conditions are potentially amenable to treatment. The wider application of minimal access fetal surgery depends on a continued improvement in technology and a better understanding of complications associated with fetal intervention.

    View details for Web of Science ID 000182814700001

    View details for PubMedID 12694962

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