Matthew Bobel, MD

Matthew Bobel

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MD, University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Medicine and Public Health

Summary

Hometown: Plymouth, Minnesota
Undergrad: BS, Biology & Spanish, University of Wisconsin - Madison
Awards: Best Paper – Surgical Potpourri II at Minnesota Surgical Society, Surgical Education Research Fellowship; James J. Magnino, MD Scholarship (clinical medical ethics); Fellowships at Auschwitz for the Study of Professional Ethics; University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health Leadership Award; NIH T35 DK062709 Research Fellowship
Medical Interests: Colorectal Surgery, Surgical Education
Hobbies/Interests: Cooking, Baking, Gardening, Traveling, Spending time with my wife and dogs
Why I chose Minnesota: I chose Minnesota because I knew that I would get a robust and diverse clinical training that would prepare me for any future plans. I valued the option to do research in surgical education and colorectal surgery. Also, it was important to my wife and me to be close to a support system. Lastly and importantly, the residents that I met during the interview process were all people that I would not only want to work with in the hospital, but also hang out with outside of the hospital.

Professional Associations

  • Resident member - American College of Surgeons
  • Resident member - Association for Surgical Education
  • Resident member – American Society of Colon and Rectal Surgeons
  • Resident member – Association of Program Directors in Surgery
  • Resident member - Society for Surgery of the Alimentary Tract
  • Resident member - Minnesota Surgical Society

Research

Publications

Oral Presentations:

  1. Bobel MC, Kemp S, Branson CF, Jurich MA, Bulander RE, Brunsvold ME. “Are surgical trainees more likely to receive a patient safety report?” American College of Surgeons 2019 Clinical Congress, San Francisco, CA October 2019.
  2. Worthington EK, Bobel MC, Branson CF, LaVelle JM, Chipman JG, Brunsvold ME. “Differences in communication styles between family medicine and general surgery residents” American College of Surgeons 2019 Clinical Congress, San Francisco, CA October 2019.
  3. Bobel MC. “Reflections of a Squeaky Wheel” 7th Annual Metro Minnesota Council on Graduate Medical Education Quality Forum, Keynote Address, Minneapolis, MN May 2019.
  4. Bobel MC, Kemp S, Branson CF, Jurich MA, Bulander RE, Brunsvold ME. “Are surgical trainees more likely to receive a patient safety report?” Minnesota Surgical Society Spring 2019 Meeting, Red Wing, MN May 2019.
  5. Branson CF, Bobel MC, Brunsvold ME, Chipman JG. “Do societal expectations of gendered communication unfairly disadvantage female surgeons?” Minnesota Surgical Society Spring 2019 Meeting, Red Wing, MN May 2019.
  6. Bobel MP, Schwarze ML, Fost NC. “Development of an ethical framework for the consideration of cognitive disability in kidney allocation.” 8th Annual Academic Surgical Congress. New Orleans, LA. 2013.
  7. Bobel MP, Schwarze ML, Fost NC. “Should cognitive disability preclude patients from renal transplantation?” 11th Annual SMPH Student Research Forum. Madison, WI. 2012.
  8. Bobel MP. “Dilemmas in interprofessional ethics.” Interprofessional Leadership Development Summit. Oral presentation. Madison, WI. 2012.

Poster Presentations:

  1. Branson CF, Bobel MC, Brunsvold ME, Chipman JG. “Do societal expectations of gendered communication unfairly disadvantage female surgeons?” American College of Surgeons 2019 Clinical Congress, San Francisco, CA, October 2019.
  2. Kemp SE, Bobel MC, Jurich MA, Branson CF, Chipman JG, Brunsvold ME. “Identifying Bias in Patient Safety Reports.” Surgical Education Week 2019, Chicago, IL, April 2019
  3. Bobel MP, Schwarze ML, Fost NC. “Development of an ethical framework for consideration of cognitive disability in kidney allocation.” Wisconsin Surgical Society. Kohler, WI. 2012