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Colon & Rectal Surgery Research

Our team at NYU Langone’s Division of Colon and Rectal Surgery conducts research to develop innovative surgical techniques and devices to enhance treatment for colon and rectal cancer and functional bowel disorders. Our goal is to improve survival, quality of life, and clinical outcomes for our patients.

Our research helps people preserve ileal pouch-anal anastomosis (J-pouch) function and avoid permanent ileostomy for conditions such ulcerative colitis. We conduct clinical trials of advanced treatment options such as new medications to maintain remission in people who have inflammatory bowel disease (IBD).

Our current clinical trials include the following:

Our clinicians and scientists conduct clinical trials and research studies to investigate new treatments for people who have colorectal conditions. Browse all current clinical trials at NYU Langone and search trials by condition or investigator.

Colon and Rectal Surgery Faculty Publications

Preoperative cross-sectional imaging findings in patients with surgically complex ileocolic Crohn's disease

Dane, Bari; Remzi, Feza H; Grieco, Michael; Ginocchio, Luke; Erkan, Arman; Esen, Eren; Dogru, Volkan; Huang, Chenchan

Abdominal radiology. 2022 Nov 03;

Increasing rates of venous thromboembolism among hospitalised patients with inflammatory bowel disease: a nationwide analysis

Faye, Adam S; Lee, Kate E; Dodson, John; Chodosh, Joshua; Hudesman, David; Remzi, Feza; Wright, Jason D; Friedman, Alexander M; Shaukat, Aasma; Wen, Timothy

Alimentary pharmacology & therapeutics. 2022 Oct ; 56:1157-1167

Management, Functional Outcomes and Quality of Life After Development of Pelvic Sepsis in Patients Undergoing Re-Do Ileal Pouch Anal Anastomosis

Esen, Eren; Grieco, Michael J; Erkan, Arman; Aytac, Erman; Sutter, Alton G; Lynn, Patricio B; Esterow, Joanna L; Da Luz Moreira, Andre; Kirat, Hasan T; Remzi, Feza H

Diseases of the colon & rectum. 2022 Aug 01; 65:e790-e796

Early Initiation of Antitumor Necrosis Factor Therapy Reduces Postoperative Recurrence of Crohn's Disease Following Ileocecal Resection

Axelrad, Jordan E; Li, Terry; Bachour, Salam P; Nakamura, Takahiro I; Shah, Ravi; Sachs, Michael C; Chang, Shannon; Hudesman, David P; Holubar, Stefan D; Lightner, Amy L; Barnes, Edward L; Cohen, Benjamin L; Rieder, Florian; Esen, Eren; Remzi, Feza; Regueiro, Miguel; Click, Benjamin

Inflammatory bowel diseases. 2022 Jul 29;

Standardization of ileoanal J-pouch surgery technique: Quality assessment of minimally invasive ileoanal J-pouch surgery videos

Celentano, Valerio; Tekkis, Paris; Nordenvall, Caroline; Mills, Sarah; Spinelli, Antonino; Smart, Neil; Selvaggi, Francesco; Warren, Oliver; Espin-Basany, Eloy; Kontovounisios, Christos; Pellino, Gianluca; Warusavitarne, Janindra; Hancock, Laura; Myelid, Par; Remzi, Feza

Surgery. 2022 Jul ; 172:53-59

Intracorporeal and extracorporeal anastomosis for robotic-assisted and laparoscopic right colectomy: short-term outcomes of a multi-center prospective trial

Cleary, Robert K; Silviera, Matthew; Reidy, Tobi J; McCormick, James; Johnson, Craig S; Sylla, Patricia; Cannon, Jamie; Lujan, Henry; Kassir, Andrew; Landmann, Ron; Gaertner, Wolfgang; Lee, Edward; Bastawrous, Amir; Bardakcioglu, Ovunc; Pandey, Sushil; Attaluri, Vikram; Bernstein, Mitchell; Obias, Vincent; Franklin, Morris E; Pigazzi, Alessio

Surgical endoscopy. 2022 Jun ; 36:4349-4358

Operative, long-term and quality of life outcomes after salvage of failed re-do ileal pouch anal anastomosis

Esen, Eren; Lynn, Patricio B; Da Luz Moreira, Andre; Erkan, Arman; Aytac, Erman; Grieco, Michael J; Kirat, Hasan T; Remzi, Feza H

Colorectal disease. 2022 Jun ; 24:790-792

Long-Term Outcomes After Colorectal Surgery in Patients with Ulcerative Colitis-Associated Colorectal Cancer Versus Sporadic Colorectal Cancer

Lin, Viviane A; Lohse, Robin; Madsen, Michael T; Fransgaard, Tina; Remzi, Feza H; Gögenur, Ismail

Annals of surgical oncology. 2022 Apr ; 29:2505-2512