Located in Bethlehem, PA, Eyvazzadeh & Reilly Colon and Rectal Center’s board certified physicians specialize in the medical practice of Colon and Rectal Surgery.  They serve patients throughout Lehigh and Northampton County.
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Camille Eyvazzadeh, MD, FASCRS


W. Terence Reilly, MD, FASCRS


Daniel J. Bowers, MD, FASCRS


Daniel J. Eyvazzadeh, MD, FASCRS

 
 
Daniel J. Bowers, MD, FASCRS
 

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Born:

April 1, 1976

Phoenixville PA

 

 

Present Position

Physician- Eyvazzadeh & Reilly Colon and Rectal Center

Staff Surgeon, St. Luke's Hospital, Bethlehem, PA

Staff Surgeon, Lehigh Valley Health Network, Muhlenberg Campus, Bethlehem, PA

Staff Surgeon, St. Luke’s Hospital, Allentown Campus, Allentown, PA

 

Education

Temple University School of Medicine Philadelphia PA, 1998- 2002  (M.D.)
 

Temple University Philadelphia PA 1994– 1997 (B.A.)

Magna cum laude Honors in Biology

 

Surgical Training
Stroger Hospital of Cook County-UIC Chicago, IL Colon and Rectal Surgery 2008 to present
 

UMDNJ- Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital New Brunswick, NJ 2003 to 2008
 

UMDNJ- Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital New Brunswick, NJ 2002 - 2003

 
Board Certification

Certified, American Board of Colon and Rectal Surgery- 2010

Certified, American Board of Surgery- 2009

 

Licensure

PA Commonwealth Licensure #MD-436987
New Jersey Board of Medical Examiners (#25MA07891700)
Illinois Department of Professional Regulation (#036120744)

 

Professional Memberships and Societies

American Society of Colon and Rectal Surgery – Member

American College of Surgeons – Member

PA Medical Society

 
Awards and Honors

UMDNJ- RWJMS Surgery Residency Academic, Achievement Award 2007
UMDNJ-RWJMS Surgery Residency, Outstanding Resident Award 2008

 
BIBLIOGRAPHY
 

Articles
Calvano JE, Bowers DJ, Coyle SM, Macor M, Reddell MT, Kumar A, Calvano SE, Lowry SF.  Response to systemic endotoxemia among humans bearing polymorphisms of the Toll-like receptor 4 (hTLR4).  Clin Immunol. 2006 Jul 6

Bowers DJ, Calvano JE, Alvarez SM, Coyle SM, Macor MA, Kumar A, Calvano SE, Lowry SF.  Polymorphisms of heat shock protein-70 (HSPA1B and HSPA1L loci) do not  influence infection or outcome risk in critically ill surgical patients.  Shock. 2006 Feb;25(2):117-22.

 

Abstracts
Bowers D,  J. Calvano, S. Coyle, M. Macor, M. Reddell, A. Kumar, H. Liu, J. Nosher, S. Calvano, S. Lowry  Monocyte gene expression is effected by route of feeding in healthy human volunteers.  Journal of the American College of Surgeons, Volume 201, Issue 3, Pages S42-S42

 

Presentations

Polymorphisms of heat shock protein-70 (HSPA1B and HSPA1L loci) do not influence infection or outcome risk in critically ill surgical patients Twenty-Eighth Annual Conference on Shock  Marco Island, FL  June 6, 2005

Monocyte Gene Expression is Effected by Route of Feeding in Healthy Human Volunteers American College of Surgery Surgical Forum San Francisco, CA October 18, 2005

STARR Procedure: Stapled Transanal Rectal Resection. NJ Colorectal Society Annual Resident Presentations West Orange, NJ May 2006

Crohn’s Disease Related Dysplasia: An Evidence Based Review NJ Colorectal Society Annual Resident Presentations West Orange, NJ March 2007

 

Ongoing Research Projects
Surgisys Anal Fistula Plug for Crohn’s Disease Related
Fistula-en-ano
Craig Rezac, MD Primary Investigator
UMDNJ-RWJUH IRB pending protocol

 
 
 

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Bethlehem, PA 18015