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Michael F. Paccione, MD — Academic Profile

  • Assistant Professor of Surgery and Oral Biology/Pathology
  • Co-Director, Hernia Center

Board Certifications

Education

Medical School
  • New York Medical College (1995)
DDS
  • New York University College of Dentistry (1990)
Residency Training
  • General Surgery, Westchester Medical Center (New York Medical College), Valhalla, NY
Fellowship Training
  • Critical Care, Westchester Medical Center (New York Medical College), Valhalla, NY

Affiliated Specialty Center

Clinical Interests/Expertise

  • Management of diseases of the gastrointestinal and endocrine systems
  • Treatment of soft tissue disease, including hernias
  • Surgical treatment of cancers
  • Minimally invasive laparoscopic and conventional surgery
  • Surgical management of injured patients—all aspects of traumatology
  • Pre- and post-operative critical care of adult surgical patients
Michael F. Paccione, MD

Contact Information

Division of Trauma, Emergency
Surgery, and Surgical Critical Care
Department of Surgery, Health Sciences Center T18-040
Stony Brook Medicine
Stony Brook, NY 11794-8191
Tel: 631-444-8329
Fax: 631-444-6176

For patient care information, including insurance participation and practice locations, click here.
  • Publications
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  • Bouletreau PJ, Warren SM, Paccione MF, Greenwald JA, Nijher NS, Kummer FJ, LeGeros RZ, Grayson BH, McCarthy JG, Loboa EG, Carter DR, Longaker MT. New developments in craniofacial distraction. In: Arnaud E, Diner PA, editors. Cranial and Facial Bone Distraction Processes. Bologna, Italy: Moduzzi Editore, 2001: 3-9.
  • Bouletreau PJ, Warren SM, Paccione MF, Spector JA, McCarthy JG, Longaker MT. Bifocal distraction osteogenesis: a new method to heal adult calvarial defects. In: Lauritzen CG, editor. Craniofacial Surgery. Vol. 9. Bologna, Italy: Moduzzi Editore, 2001: 145-8.
  • Bouletreau PJ, Warren SM, Paccione MF, Spector JA, McCarthy JG, Longaker MT. Transport distraction osteogenesis: a new method to heal adult calvarial defects. Plast Reconstr Surg 2002;109:1074-84.
  • Dudziak ME, Saadeh PB, Mehrara BJ, Steinbrech DS, Spector JA, Greenwald JA, Paccione MF, Gittes GK, Longaker MT. Ionizing radiation: effects on osteoblasts-like cells in vitro and a potential gene therapy-mediated phenotypic "rescue." Surg Forum 1999;50:537-41.
  • Fagenholz BJ, Spector JA, Mehrara BJ, Greenwald JA, Bouletreau PJ, Warren SM, Paccione MF, Longaker MT. Osteoblast/dural cell co-culture: a novel system with implications for osteoblast differentiation and mineralization. Surg Forum 2000;51:436-8.
  • Greenwald JA, Mehrara BJ, Spector JA, Chin GS, Steinbrech DS, Saadeh PB, Luchs JS, Paccione MF, Gittes GK, Longaker MT. Biomolecular mechanisms of calvarial bone induction: immature versus mature dura mater. Plast Reconstr Surg 2000;105:1382-92.
  • Luchs JS, Mehrara BJ, Paccione MF, Steinbrech DS, Greenwald JA, Spector JA, Saadeh PB, Gittes GK, Longaker MT. The expression of BMP-2/4 and BMP-7 during membranous bone fracture repair. Surg Forum 1999;50:530-1.
  • Luchs JS, Paccione MF, Mehrara BJ, Spector JA, Greenwald JA, Longaker MT. Rat mandibular distraction osteogenesis: latency, rate, and rhythm determine the adaptive response. Surg Forum 1999;50:454-6.
  • Mehrara BJ, Greenwald JA, Spector JA, Warren SM, Crisera FE, Fagenholz BJ, Paccione MF, Bouletreau PJ, Longaker MT. Regional differentiation of dura mater determines fate of cranial sutures. Surg Forum 2000;51:438-40.
  • Mehrara BJ, Steinbrech DS, Paccione MF, Luchs JS, Rowe NM, Gittes GK, Longaker MT. Molecular differences between distraction osteogenesis and acute mandibular bone lengthening. In: Chen YR, editor. Craniofacial Surgery. Vol. 8. Bologna, Italy: Moduzzi Editore, 2000: 171-3.
  • Mehrara BJ, Warren SM, Bouletreau PJ, Paccione MF, Longaker MT. Understanding the molecular mechanisms governing distraction osteogenesis. In: Lauritzen CG, editor. Craniofacial Surgery. Vol. 9. Bologna, Italy: Moduzzi Editore, 2001: 97-100.
  • Paccione M, Gwardschaladse C, Dirusso S. Exogenous iron supplementation is not necessary in critically ill patients receiving recombinant epoietin alpha [abstract]. Crit Care Med 2003;31:A63.
  • Paccione MF, Mehrara BJ, Warren SM, Greenwald JA, Luchs JS, Longaker MT. Rat mandibular distraction osteogenesis: latency, rate, and rhythm determine the adaptive response. J Craniofac Surg 2001;12:175-82.
  • Paccione MF, Saadeh PB, Mehrara BJ, Steinbrech DS, Spector JA, Greenwald JA, Luchs JS, Gittes GK, Longaker MT. The regulation of VEGF expression in osteoblastic cells. Surg Forum 1999;50:534-7.
  • Paccione MF, Warren SM, Spector JA, Greenwald JA, Bouletreau PJ, Longaker MT. A mouse model of mandibular osteotomy healing. J Craniofac Surg 2001;12:444-50.
  • Paccione MF, Warren SM, Mehrara BJ, Bouletreau PJ, Longaker MT. Latency, rate, and rhythm determine the adaptive response in a rat model of mandibular distraction osteogenesis. In: Lauritzen CG, editor. Craniofacial Surgery. Vol. 9. Bologna, Italy: Moduzzi Editore, 2001: 173-6.
  • Rowe NM, Steinbrech DS, Mehrara BJ, Saadeh PB, Dudziak BS, Luchs JS, Greenwald JA, Paccione MF, Gittes GK, Longaker MT. Gene expression of VEGF, TGF-B3, collagen II, and TIMP-1: molecules important to rat membranous bone repair. Surg Forum 1999;50:584-6.
  • Saadeh PB, Paccione MF, Mehrara BJ, Gosain AK, Gittes GK, Longaker MT. The effects of strain on osteoblasts. In: Chen YR, editor. Craniofacial Surgery. Vol. 8. Bologna, Italy: Moduzzi Editore, 2000: 61-3.
  • Saadeh PB, Paccione MF, Warren SM, Bouletreau PJ, Longaker MT. A novel model of mouse mandibular osteotomy healing. In: Lauritzen CG, editor. Craniofacial Surgery. Vol. 9. Bologna, Italy: Moduzzi Editore, 2001: 113-6.
  • Tuchman AJ, Zisfein J, Paccione MF. Single dose oral phenytoin loading in the emergency room [abstract]. Neurology 1994;44:A295.
  • Warren SM, Mehrara BJ, Steinbrech DS, Paccione MF, Greenwald JA, Spector JA, Longaker MT. Rat mandibular distraction osteogenesis: part III. Gradual distraction versus acute lengthening. Plast Reconstr Surg 2001;107:441-53.
  • Fellow, American College of Surgeons (FACS)