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ABOUT DR. IOCONO

Joseph A. Iocono, MD serves as the Associate Director of the Center for Advanced Training & Simulation (CATS). He completed his undergraduate degree at Boston College with a dual major in Chemistry and Mathematics. He then completed medical school at Jefferson Medical College of Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia. For the next 8 years, he was at the Penn State Hershey Medical Center, completing a residency in adult general surgery and an NIH-funded research fellowship in fetal scarless wound healing under the direction of Thomas M. Krummel, M.D.

In 2003, he completed a Pediatric Surgery fellowship at St Christopher’s Hospital for Children in Philadelphia with an emphasis on minimally invasive surgery techniques. He was appointed Assistant Professor of Pediatric Surgery at The University of Kentucky’s Children’s Hospital in July, 2003. As Associate Director of CATS, Dr. Iocono develops the education curriculum and serves as liaison to the operating room products committee.

DR. IOCONO IN THE NEWS: Channel 18, WLEX
Lexington Now Has Pediatric Minimally Invasive Surgery

 

DR. IOCONO IN THE OPERATING THEATER
Dr. Iocono performs Shischprung's Laparoscopic Colon Resection

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