Harsh Grewal, MD
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Bio: Curriculum Vitae Harsh Grewal MD Page 1 of 23 Curriculum Vitae Name: HARSH GREWAL, MD, FACS, FAAP Date: October 2017 Home Address: 143 Conshohocken State Road, Gladwyne, PA 19035 Office Address: Division of Pediatric General, Thoracic and Minimally Invasive Surgery St. Christopher's Hospital for Children 160 East Erie Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19134 Office Phone: (215) 427-5446 Fax: (215) 427-4616 Email: harsh.grewal@tenethealth.edu Graduate Education: 1978-1984 Bachelor of Medicine & Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS), All India Institute of Medical Sciences, India. Undergraduate Education: 1977-1978 Bachelor of Science-Part I (Premedical), University of Delhi, India. Postgraduate Education: 1984-1988 Master of Surgery (General Surgery), All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi, India 1989-1995 Residency training in General Surgery, New York Medical College Medical Education Consortium, NY. 1995-1997 Clinical Fellow, Pediatric Surgery, Arkansas Children’s Hospital, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, Little Rock, AR. Academic Appointments: 1997-2001 Clinical Assistant Professor of Surgery, University of Kansas School of Medicine-Wichita, KS 2001-2006 Associate Professor of Surgery and Pediatrics, Temple University School of Medicine, Philadelphia, PA 2006-2012 Professor of Surgery and Pediatrics, Temple University School of Medicine, Philadelphia, PA 2012-2016 Professor of Surgery, Cooper Medical School of Rowan University, Camden, NJ October 2017 Curriculum Vitae Harsh Grewal MD Page 2 of 23 Hospital Appointments and Employment: 1997-2001 Active Staff, Surgery, Wesley Medical Center, Wichita, KS 1997-2001 Active Staff, Surgery, Via-Christi Regional Medical Center, Wichita, KS 2001-2008 Chief, Section of Pediatric Surgery, Temple University Children’s Medical Center, Philadelphia, PA 2002-2011 Pediatric Surgeon, Temple University Hospital, Philadelphia, PA 2002-2008 Staff Pediatric Surgeon, Abington Hospital, Abington, PA 2002-present Consulting Staff, Shiners Hospital for Children, Philadelphia, PA 2008-2009 Active Staff, St. Christopher’s Hospital for Children, Philadelphia, PA 2011-2016 Active Staff and Division Head, Pediatric Surgery, Cooper University Healthcare, Camden, NJ 2016-present Active Staff, St. Christopher’s Hospital for Children, Philadelphia, PA Certifications: American Board of Surgery, 41073 (4/1996, 10/2004,12/2014) ABS, Surgery, Recertified, American Board of Surgery, Pediatric Surgery 743 (4/1998, 10/2007, 10/2015) ABS, Pediatric Surgery, Recertified Licensure: New Jersey 1992 25MA05795700 Arkansas 1995 E-0554 (inactive) Kansas 1997 04-27036 Pennsylvania 2001 MD-417011L DEA valid 2019 BG3313880 Honors and Awards: 2003 AMSA Golden Apple Award for outstanding dedication, ability and zeal in furthering the education of medical students. Temple University School of Medicine 2004 Invited Visiting Professor, Easton Hospital, Easton, PA 2007 Surgical Educational Research Fellowship (SERF), Association for Surgical education 2005-2016 Selected for inclusion in Best Doctors in America® 2009 Selected for inclusion in Guide to America’s Top Surgeons October 2017 Curriculum Vitae Harsh Grewal MD Page 3 of 23 2010 Selected for inclusion in Guide to America’s Top Pediatricians 2011-2015 South Jersey Magazine "Top Physicians" 2012-2014 SJ Magazine, "Top Children's Physicians" Reader's Choice 2012-2016 SJ Magazine, "Top Docs for Kids" Professional Organizations/Committees: 1. Surgical Society of the New York Medical College 1995-present 2. Member, Wichita Surgical Society 1997-2001 3. Member, Kansas Medical Society 1997-2001 4. Member, Medical Society of Sedgwick County 1997-2001 5. Member, Kansas Chapter, ACS 1997-2001 6. Fellow, American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) 1998-present 7. Member, Kansas Chapter, AAP 1998-2001 8. Member, Surgical Section, AAP 1998-2011 9. Fellow, Southwestern Surgical Society (SWSC) 1998-2004 10. Society of American GI & Endoscopic Surgeons (SAGES) 1998-2011 11. Associate Member, Children’s Oncology Group (COG) 1998-2011 12. Society of Laparoendoscopic Surgeons (SLS) 1999-2011 13. International Pediatric Endosurgical Group (IPEG) 2000-2011 14. Fellow, American College of Surgeons (ACS) 2001-present 15. Member, Philadelphia Chapter, ACS 2002-2011 16. The Biology Club III 2002-2011 17. Member, Pennsylvania Chapter, AAP 2003-2011 18. Eastern Association for the Surgery of Trauma (EAST) 2003-present 19. Association for Surgical Education (ASE) 2003-2011 20. American Pediatric Surgical Association (APSA) 2003-present October 2017 Curriculum Vitae Harsh Grewal MD Page 4 of 23 Service on Hospital Committees: 1998-2001 Medical Director, Pediatric Trauma, Wesley Hospital, KS 1998-2001 Member, Trauma & Critical Care Committee, Wesley Hospital, KS 1998-2001 Member, Endoscopy Committee, Wesley Hospital, KS 2001-2005 UM/PI Committee, TUCMC 2001-2007 Medical Director, Pediatric Trauma, TUCMC 2001-2007 Trauma Performance Improvement Committee, TUH 2002-2005 Medical Executive Committee, TUCMC 2003-2005 Transfusion/Tissue Review Committee, TUCMC 2003-2006 Peer Review Committee, TUCMC 2003-2006 Critical Care Committee, TUCMC 2003-2007 Operating Room Committee, TUCMC 2011- 2012 Chair, Performance and Improvement Committee, Cooper University Hospital 2011- 2015 Peer Review Committee, Cooper University Hospital 2011-2016 Member, OR Committee, Cooper University Hospital 2011-2016 Co-Chair, OR Collaborative, Children’s Regional Hospital, CUH 2011-2016 Member, Steering Committee, Children’s Regional Hospital, CUH 2014-2016 Member, Pediatric Trauma Performance Improvement Committee, Cooper University Hospital 2016-present Medical Director, Trauma, St. Christopher’s Hospital 2016-present Chair, Trauma Committee, St. Christopher’s Hospital 2016-present Chair, Trauma Peer Review Committee, St. Christopher’s Hospital 2016-present Center for Quality, Operational Excellence and Patient Safety Committee 2017-present PICU Surgical Co-Director for Trauma, St. Christopher’s Hospital October 2017 Curriculum Vitae Harsh Grewal MD Page 5 of 23 Current Service on National Grant Review Panels, Study Sections, Committees: 1. Simulation Committee of the Association for Surgical Education. 2. Curriculum Committee, Consortium of Education Institutes of the American College of Surgeons (ends 2017). 3. New Technology Committee, American Pediatric Surgery Association. 4. Trauma Committee, American Pediatric Surgery present 5. American College of Surgeons, PA COT Service on Other Graduate School Committees: 2004-2005 Simulation Committee, Education Center, TUSM 2005-2011 Advisory Board and Steering Committee, Institute for Clinical Simulation and Patient Safety, Temple University School of Medicine, Philadelphia, PA 2005-2011 Department of Surgery, Resident Education Committee, Temple University Hospital 2011-2016 Department of Surgery, Resident Education Committee, Cooper University Hospital 2016-present Division of Pediatric Surgery, Education Committee, St. Christopher’s Hospital Editorial Positions: JOURNAL REVIEWER Pediatrics- Journal of the American Academy of Pediatrics Acta Pathologica, Microbiologica et Immunologica Scandinavica Journal of Pediatric Hematology and Oncology Case Reports in Gastroenterology EDITORIAL BOARD Chief Editor, Pediatrics-General Surgery (E-medicine Textbook) http://www.emedicine.com/ped/GENERAL_SURGERY.htm Educational/Teaching Leadership positions 2001-2008 Chief, Section of Pediatric Surgery, Department of Surgery, Temple University School of Medicine, Philadelphia, PA 2001-2007 Medical Director, Pediatric Trauma Temple University Hospital, Philadelphia, PA 2002-2011 Director, Surgical Skills Laboratory and Course, Temple University School of Medicine, Philadelphia, PA 2003-2011 Executive Board (Faculty Advisor), Babcock Surgical Society, Temple University School of Medicine, Philadelphia, PA 2005-present Accreditation Surveyor for the American College of Surgery for Accreditation of Education Institutes 2005-2011 Surgical Director, Institute for Clinical Simulation and Patient Safety, Temple University School of Medicine, Philadelphia, PA 2005-2011 Executive Committee, Advisory Board, Institute for Clinical Simulation and Patient Safety, Temple University School of October 2017 Curriculum Vitae Harsh Grewal MD Page 6 of 23 Medicine, Philadelphia, PA 2007-present Member, Consortium of American College of Surgery Accredited Education Institutes 2011-2016 Division Head, Pediatric Surgery, Cooper University Healthcare, Camden NJ Education Administration 1997-2001 Index Surgeon, Pediatric Surgery Teaching Panel, Department of Surgery, University of Kansas School of Medicine-Wichita, KS 2002-2011 Resident Education Committee, Temple University School of Medicine, Philadelphia, PA 2002-2011 Temple University Surgical Skills Laboratory and Surgical Director, Institute for Clinical Simulation and Patient Safety, Temple University School of Medicine, Philadelphia, PA 2011-2016 Department of Surgery Education Committee, Cooper University Healthcare, Camden, NJ 2016-present Clinical Competency Committee (CCC) & Program Evaluation Committee (PEC), St. Christopher’s Hospital Educational Curricula Developed 2002 Temple Surgical Skills Laboratory Curriculum 2008 Temple Surgery Team Training Scenario for OR Crisis Management 2010 Temple Nursing- Nurse Practitioner Curriculum for Suture Repair of Lacerations 2013 ACS-ASE- NMSS curriculum: Paracentesis Module Teaching Activities: 1997-2001 Pediatric Surgery, Residency Teaching Panel (PGY-3), 6 residents a year, University of Kansas School of Medicine- Wichita, KS, outpatient clinics (1 day/week) 1997-2001 Pediatric Surgery, Residency Teaching Panel (PGY-3), 6 residents a year, University of Kansas School of Medicine- Wichita, KS, Pediatric Surgery inpatient wards (3 hours/week) 1997-2001 Pediatric Surgery, Residency Teaching Panel (PGY-3), 6 residents a year, University of Kansas School of Medicine- Wichita, KS, Pediatric Surgery Operating Room supervision (2 days/week) October 2017 Curriculum Vitae Harsh Grewal MD Page 7 of 23 1997-2001 Pediatric Surgery Elective for senior Medical students, University of Kansas School of Medicine-Wichita, KS (1-2 students a year) 1997-2001 Pediatric Surgery Elective for Pediatric Medical residents, University of Kansas School of Medicine-Wichita, KS (1-2 residents a year) 1997-2001 Grand Rounds for the Department of Surgery, University of Kansas School of Medicine-Wichita, KS (1 lecture/year) 1997-2001 Grand Rounds for the Department of Pediatrics, University of Kansas School of Medicine-Wichita, KS (1 lecture/year) 1997-2007 Lecture on Trauma Nursing- Pediatric Trauma (1 lecture /year) 1997-2012 Instructor, Advanced Trauma Life Support Course, American College of Surgeons 2001-2007 Junior Medical Students: Clinical clerkships, Temple University Children’s Medical Center (2-3 students/block/year). 2001-2007 Junior Medical Students: Hospital Rounds (5 hours/week/year) 2001-2007 Junior Medical Students: OR (6 hours/week) 2001-2009 Junior Medical Students: Lectures (1 lecture/block/year) 2001-2009 Surgical Residents: PGY-1 and PGY-4 Rotation in Pediatric Surgery, outpatient clinics (1 day/week) 2001-2009 Surgical Residents: PGY-1 and PGY-4 Rotation in Pediatric Surgery inpatient wards (3 hours/week) 2001-2009 Surgical Residents: PGY-1 and PGY-4 Rotation in Pediatric Surgery, operating room supervision (1 days/week) 2001-2009 Grand Rounds for the Department of Surgery, Temple University School of Medicine (1 lecture/year) 2001-2009 Grand Rounds for the Department of Pediatrics, Temple University School of Medicine (1 lecture/year) 2002-2007 Sophomore Medical Students: Surgery pathophysiology course- Introduction to pediatric surgery as a sub-specialty (1 lecture/year). 2002-2009 Faculty Advisor, Temple University Medical School (1-2 meetings/year- variable) October 2017 Curriculum Vitae Harsh Grewal MD Page 8 of 23 2002-2009 Faculty, Surgical Skills Laboratory and Course, Temple University School of Medicine, Philadelphia, PA (4 hrs/week/year) 2002-2012 Director, Surgical Skills Laboratory, Temple University School of Medicine, (3 hours/week/year) 2003-2009 Medical Students: Summer Work Study in Lab 2003-2009 Instructor, Pediatric Advanced Life Support. 2004-2007 Junior Medical Students: Evidence-Based Medicine and Sophomore Medical Students: Endocrinology pathophysiology course-(1 lecture/year). 2011-2016 Junior Medical Students: Clinical clerkships, Cooper University hospital (1 student/block/year) 2011-2016 Surgical Residents: PGY-2 Rotation in Pediatric Surgery, outpatient clinics (1 day/week) 2011-2016 Surgical Residents: PGY-2 Rotation in Pediatric Surgery inpatient wards (3 hours/week) 2011-2016 Surgical Residents: PGY-2 and PGY-4 Rotation in Pediatric Surgery, operating room supervision (1 day/week) 2015-2016 Senior Medical Students: Clinical clerkships, Cooper University 2016-present Junior Medical Students: Clinical clerkships, Drexel UCOM 2016-present Senior Medical Students: Clinical clerkships, Drexel UCOM 2016-present Surgical Residents: PGY-1,2, 4 Rotation in Pediatric Surgery, Temple, Drexel and Einstein 2016-present Pediatric Surgical Fellowship, St. Christopher’s Hospital Courses/Workshops 1. Pediatric colorectal problems, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital, Cincinnati, May 2012. 2. Laparoscopic Adjustable Gastric Band Course, NYU, New York, December 2005. 3. Role of Simulation in Residency Training and Continuing Medical Education. Society of Laparoendoscopic Surgery, New York, 2004 4. Surgical Skills Laboratory Retreat. University of Toronto, Toronto, December 2003. 5. International symposium and workshop on Anorectal Malformations. KGMC, India, 2003. October 2017 Curriculum Vitae Harsh Grewal MD Page 9 of 23 6. Minimal access foregut surgery in children. IPEG, Atlanta, 2000. 7. A Laparoscopic workshop for Pediatric Surgery Fellows. George Washington University, Washington, D.C., 1996. 8. Laparoscopy workshop for Surgical Residents. Ethicon Endo-surgery Institute, Cincinnati, OH, 1995. Clinical Responsibilities: 1997-2001 Active Staff, Surgery, Wesley Medical Center, Wichita, KS 1997-2001 Active Staff, Surgery, Via-Christi Regional Medical Center, Wichita, KS 2001-2008 Chief, Section of Pediatric Surgery, Temple University Children’s Medical Center, Philadelphia, PA (including Abington Hospital) 2002-2011 Pediatric Surgeon, Temple University Hospital, Philadelphia, PA 2011-2016 Active Staff and Division Head, Pediatric Surgery, Cooper University Hospital, Camden NJ 2002-present Consulting Staff, Shiners Hospital for Children, Philadelphia, PA 2016-present Active Staff, St. Christopher’s Hospital for Children, Philadelphia, PA Health care education in the lay press: 1. “Pediatric Surgery gets even tinier” Article, Wichita Eagle, October 19, 1999. 2. “You swallowed what?” Article on foreign bodies, Wichita Eagle, January 21, 1999. 3. “Pediatric Laparoscopy” KAKE/TV story, January 14, 2000 4. “Concussion in kids” KYW Newsradio 1060 AM, interview, April 6, 2002 5. “Obesity surgery in children” CN8 TV, Your Morning on CN8 , September 2003 6. “Temple Lifelines” KYW- CBS 3, January 24, 2005 Grant Support: Grewal H, Co-Investigator in Association for Surgical Education/ Association of Program Directors in Surgery Collaborative Grant, Principal Investigator: Dimitrios Stefanidis, MD, PhD: Title: “Establishing national performance benchmarks for general surgery residents” Awarded $5,000. Effort 5%. Time period: May 2011 – Apr 2012 Sponsorship of Candidates for Postgraduate Degree: June-Aug 2002 Aaron Jensen, BS, TUSM ’04 (Temple University Surgical Research Laboratory, developed a research model for laparoscopic skills training in the lab) June-July 2003 Andrew Chang, BS, TUSM ’06 (Temple University Surgical Research Laboratory, Developed a short bowel model in the rat) Publications: A. Refereed Original Articles in Journals 1. Misra MC, Grewal H, Kapur BML. Spontaneous choledochoduodenal fistula complicating peptic ulcer disease - A case report. Japanese Journal of Surgery 1989; 19: 367-369. October 2017 Curriculum Vitae Harsh Grewal MD Page 10 of 23 2. Tandon RK, Grewal H, Anand AC, Vashisht S. Caroli's Syndrome: A heterogeneous entity. Am J of Gastroenterol 1990; 85:170-173. 3. Ivatury R, Grewal H, Simon R, Saunders W, Stahl W. Analysis of organ procurement failure at an urban trauma center and the impact of HIV on organ procurement at a regional transplantation center. Journal of Trauma 1992; 33: 424 - 428. 4. Grewal H, Guillem JG, Quan SHQ, Enker WE, Cohen AM. Anorectal disease in neutropenic leukemics: operative vs. nonoperative management. Dis Colon Rectum 1994; 37:1095-1099 5. Grewal H, Guillem JG, Klimstra DS, Cohen AM. p53 nuclear overexpression may not be an independent prognostic marker in early colorectal cancer. Dis Colon Rectum 1995; 38: 1176-1181. 6. Grewal H, Ivatury RR, Divakar M, Simon RJ, Rohman M. Evaluation of subxiphoid pericardial window used in the detection of occult cardiac injury. Injury 1995; 26: 305- 310 7. Grewal H, Rao PM, Mukerji S, Ivatury RR. Management of penetrating laryngotracheal injuries. Head & Neck 1995: 17; 494-502 8. Grewal H, Jackson RJ, Wagner CW, Smith SD. Early video-assisted thoracic surgery in the management of empyema. Pediatrics 1999; 103: e63. 9. Grewal H, Jackson RJ, Dunton RF, Smith SD. Video-assisted-thoracic-surgery is safe and effective in the treatment of spontaneous pneumothorax in children. Ped Endosurgery & Innov Techniques 2001; 5: 365-370 10. Reed JA, Grewal H. Jugular phlebectasia manifesting as an unusual neck mass in a child. Am J Surg 2001; 182:289-90. 11. Mehall JR, Ennis JS, Saltzman DA, Chandler JC, Grewal H, Wagner CW, Jackson RJ, Smith SD. Prospective results of a standardized algorithm based on hemodynamic status for managing pediatric solid organ injury. J Am Coll Surg 2001; 193:347-53. 12. Jensen A, Grewal H, Dean G, Rezvani I. Mixed Gonadal Dysgenesis. J Pediatr Surg 2003; 38: 988-989 13. Knudtson J, Jackson R, Grewal H. Rectal Duplication. J Pediatr Surg 2003; 38: 1119-1120 14. Knudtson J, Grewal H. Pediatric empyema- An algorithm for early thoracoscopic intervention. JSLS 2004; 8: 31-34 15. Knudtson J, Grewal H. Thoracoscopic excision of a congenital para-esophageal bronchogenic cyst in a child. JSLS 2004;8; 179-182 October 2017 Curriculum Vitae Harsh Grewal MD Page 11 of 23 16. Grewal H, Sweat J, Vazquez WD. Can laparoscopic appendectomy be done as a fast track or same day surgery? JSLS 2004; 8; 151-154 17. Jensen A, Grewal H, Sahr SM, Bierbrauer KS. Laparoscopy is Useful for successful distal ventriculoperitoneal shunt placement in children with previous abdominal surgery. Ped Endosurgery & Innov Techniques 2004; 8: 45-50 18. Jensen A, Milner R, Fisher C, Gaughan J, Rolandelli R, Grewal H. Short-term sleep deficits do not adversely affect acquisition of laparoscopic skills in a laboratory setting. Surg Endoscopy 2004;18: 948-53 19. Gopal K, Grewal H. Bronchopleural Fistula in a Child following Pneumonectomy. Contemp Surg 2004; 60:528-530 20. Arneson M, Jensen A, Grewal H. A Kansas wheat harvest: Near fatal asphyxiation with wheat grains. J Pediatr Surg 2005 40: 1354-6 21. Gopal K, Kochan P, Cohen G, Grewal H. Bleeding Post-Traumatic Pseudoaneurysm of the Thigh. J Trauma. 2005 Apr; 58:880. 22. Gopal K, Kumar SL, Grewal H. Torsion of the vermiform appendix. J Pediatr Surg 2005; 40: 446-447 23. Grewal H, Betz RR, D’Andrea LP, Clements DH, Porter ST. A Prospective Comparison of Thoracoscopic vs. Open Anterior Instrumentation and Spinal Fusion for Idiopathic Thoracic Scoliosis in Children. J Pediatr Surg 2005; 40: 153-157 24. Salaam K, Carr J, Grewal H, Sholevar E, Baron D. Untreated Trichophagia: Surgical Emergency in a Teen-Aged Girl. Psychosomatics 2005; 46: 362-6. 25. Jensen AR, Milner R, Gaughan J, Grewal H. An inexpensive ex-vivo porcine laparoscopic Nissen fundoplication training model. JSLS 2005 Jul-Sept;9(3):322-327 26. Jensen AR, Trankiem CT, Lebovitch S, Grewal H. Gastric outlet obstruction secondary to a large Trichobezoar. J Pediatr Surg 2005 40:1364-5. 27. Perks DH, Grewal H. Abdominal compartment syndrome in the pediatric patient with blunt trauma. J Trauma Nurs. 2005 Apr-Jun; 12(2):50-4. 28. Berg DA, Milner RE, Demangone D, Ufberg JW, McKernan E, Fisher CA, Gaughan JP, Grewal H, Dempsey DT, Goldberg AJ. Successful Collaborative Model for Trauma Skills Training of Surgical and Emergency Medicine Residents in a Laboratory Setting. Curr Surg 2005 November/December; 62: 657-663. 29. Choudry R, Salvatore M, Hurie J, Grewal H. Preoperative magnetic resonance imaging for intralobar pulmonary sequestration. J Pediatr Surg 2006 41,872-874 30. Berg DA, Tynan MG, Grewal H. Magnets in the Stomach. J Pediatr Surg 2006 41,1037-1039 October 2017 Curriculum Vitae Harsh Grewal MD Page 12 of 23 31. Jensen AR, Hughes WB, Grewal H. Secondary Abdominal Compartment Syndrome in Children with Burns and Trauma: A Potentially Lethal Complication. J Burn Care & Res 2006; 27:242-246 32. Kumar N, Bierbrauer KS, Grewal H. Micro-laparoscopic assisted lumboperitoneal shunt in the lateral position for pseudotumor cerebri in a morbidly obese adolescent. . JSLS 2006 April-June; 10 (2): 267-269 33. Achildi O, Smith BP, Grewal H. Thoracoscopic ligation of thoracic duct in a child with spontaneous chylothorax. J Laparoendosc Adv Surg Tech A 2006 Oct;16(5):546- 9. 34. Achildi O, Grewal H. Congenital Anomalies of the Esophagus. Otolaryngologic Clinics of North America. 2007 Feb;40(1):219-44 35. Farma J, Mohiuddin J, Grewal H. Pediatric pneumonia that won’t go away. Contemp Surg 2007; 63:187-190 36. Achildi O, Betz RR, Grewal H. Lap-belt injuries and the Seat-belt syndrome in Pediatric Spinal Cord Injury. J Spinal Cord Med. August 2007; 30 (Suppl 1) S21-S24 37. Berg DA, Milner RE, Fisher CA, Goldberg AJ, Dempsey DT, Grewal H. A cost effective approach to establishing a surgical skills laboratory, Surgery 2007 Nov;142(5):712-21. 38. Newmark J, Dandolu V, Milner R, Grewal H, Harbison S, Hernandez E. Correlating virtual reality and box trainer tasks in the assessment of laparoscopic surgical skills. Am J Obstet Gynecol. 2007 Nov;197(5):546.e1-4. 39. Paul SR, Hurford MT, Miettinen MM, Aronoff SC, Delvecchio M, Grewal H, Tuluc M. Polymorphous Hemangioendothelioma in a Child with Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS): A Case Report. Pediatric Blood and Cancer 2008; 50:663-665. 40. Jensen AR, Milner R, Achildi O, Wilhite DB, Grewal H. Effective Instruction of the Vascular Anastomosis in the Surgical Skills Laboratory. Am J Surgery 2008 Feb;195(2):189-94. 41. Pleomorphic Adenoma of the Submandibular Gland. Molina EJ, Mayer K, Khurana J, Grewal H. J Pediatr Surg 2008 Jun;43(6):1224-6 42. Index of suspicion. Kaur T, Whitney D, Repanshek Z, Luck RP, Grewal H, Patel M, Stafford B. Pediatr Rev. 2010 Jan;31(1):31-6. 43. Vertebral body stapling: a fusionless treatment option for a growing child with moderate idiopathic scoliosis. Betz RR, Ranade A, Samdani AF, Chafetz R, D'Andrea LP, Gaughan JP, Asghar J, Grewal H, Mulcahey MJ. Spine (Phila Pa 1976). 2010 Jan 15;35(2):169-76. 44. Establishing Technical Performance Norms for General Surgery Residents. Stefanidis D, Grewal H, Paige J et al. Surg Endosc. 2014 Jun 18. [Epub ahead of print] October 2017 Curriculum Vitae Harsh Grewal MD Page 13 of 23 45. Anterior Vertebral Body Tethering for Idiopathic Scoliosis: Two-Year Results. . Samdani AF1, Ames RJ, Kimball JS, Pahys JM, Grewal H, Pelletier GJ, Betz RR. Spine (Phila Pa 1976). 2014 Sep 15;39(20):1688-1693. 46. Anterior vertebral body tethering for immature adolescent idiopathic scoliosis: one- year results on the first 32 patients. Samdani AF1, Ames RJ, Kimball JS, Pahys JM, Grewal H, Pelletier GJ, Betz RR. Eur Spine J. 2014 Dec 16. [Epub ahead of print] 47. Cuddihy L, Danielsson AJ, Cahill PJ, Samdani AF, Grewal H, Richmond JM, Mulcahey MJ, Gaughan JP, Antonacci MD, and Betz RR. Vertebral Body Stapling versus Bracing for Patients with High-Risk Moderate Idiopathic Scoliosis. BioMed Research International, Volume 2015 (2015), Article ID 438452, 7 pages, http://dx.doi.org/10.1155/2015/438452 48. Flaherty DC, Aguilar F, Pradhan B, Grewal H. Rapunzel syndrome due to ingested hair extensions: Surgical and psychiatric considerations. Int J Surg Case Rep. 2015;17:155-7. doi: 10.1016/j.ijscr.2015.11.009 B. Invited Articles (Reviews, Editorials, Etc.) in Journals; Chapters; Books; Other Professional Communications 1. Grewal H, Guillem JG: "Lower GI Endoscopy”, Chapter-6, in Surgery of the Colon, Rectum and Anus, Eds: Mazier WP, Levien DH, Luchtefeld MA, Senagore A. W.B. Saunders, Philadelphia; 1995. 2. Grewal H, Smith SD: “Lung Infections: Biopsy, Abscess, Bronchiectasis and Empyema”, Chapter 40 in Operative Pediatric Surgery, Eds: Zeigler MM, Azizkhan RG, Weber TR. McGraw-Hill Professional, New York; 2003 3. Grewal H, Weintraub WH. “Surgical Diseases of the Stomach and Duodenum in Infants and Children” Chapter 64, Sixth Edition of Shackelford’s Surgery of the Alimentary Tract edited by Yeo CW, Elsevier, Philadelphia, 2006. 4. Betz RR, Newton PO, D’Andrea LP, Clements DH, Grewal H. “Anterior Surgery for Thoracic Scoliosis”, Chapter in Spinal Deformities: The Essentials. Eds: Heary RF, Albert TJ, editors. Thieme, New York. 2007 5. Grewal H, Dandolu V: ‘Mentoring in the era of Surgical Simulation” Chapter 4 in S. Tsuda, D .J. Scott, & D. B. Jones (Eds.) “Textbook of simulation, surgical skills and team training.” Woodbury, CT: Cine-Med (2012). 6. Grewal H, Evans,B: “Lung Infections: Biopsy, Abscess, Bronchiectasis and Empyema”, Chapter 30, 2nd edition in Operative Pediatric Surgery, Eds: Zeigler MM, Azizkhan RG, Weber TR, Von Allmen D. McGraw-Hill Professional, New York, 2014 7. Betz RR, Samdani AF, Payhs J, Pelletier G , Grewal H. “Anterior Surgery for Thoracic Scoliosis”, Chapter in Spinal Deformities: The Essentials. Eds: Heary RF, Albert TJ, editors, 2nd edition. Thieme, New York. 2014 October 2017 Curriculum Vitae Harsh Grewal MD Page 14 of 23 C. Abstracts (Optional) 1. Grewal H, Ivatury R, Simon R, Rohman M. Subxiphoid pericardial window for diagnosis of occult cardiac injury. Chest, 1991; 100: 105S. 2. Grewal H, Ivatury R, Suh Y, Rao P, Simon R, Stahl W. Aero-digestive tract injuries: Management and results. Chest, 1992; 102: 65S. 3. Grewal H, Ivatury RR, Divakar M, Simon RJ, Rohman M. A critical evaluation of diagnostic modalities used in the detection of occult cardiac injury. Journal of Trauma, 1993, 35: 685. 4. Grewal H, Guillem JG, Quan SHQ, Enker WE, Cohen AM. Anorectal disease in neutropenic leukemics: operative vs. nonoperative management. Dis Colon Rectum, 1993; 36: 9. 5. Grewal H, Rao PM, Mukerji S, Simon RJ, Ivatury RR. Management of civilian penetrating laryngotracheal injuries. Journal of Trauma, 1994; 36: 153. 6. Grewal H, Klimstra DS, Cohen AM, Guillem JG. Is p53 nuclear over-expression a biologic marker of prognostic significance in early colorectal cancer? Dis Colon Rectum, 1994; 37: 9. 7. Grewal H, Guillem JG, Bastar A, Enker WE, Quan SHQ, Cohen AM. Standard pathological features do not predict local recurrence in surgically treated early rectal cancer. Dis Colon Rectum, 1995; 38: 9. 8. Grewal H, Smith SD, Jackson RJ. Video assisted thoracic surgery (VATS) in children: A 6-year experience. JSLS, 1998; 2: 386. 9. Grewal H, Wagner C W, Jackson RJ, Smith SD, Parnell D, Helmer S. Injury Grade Does Not Influence Outcome In Children With Blunt Liver And Spleen Trauma. Pediatrics, 1999; 104 (suppl.): 787. 10. Grewal H, Huang A. Laparoscopic management of nonpalpable testes in children. JSLS, 2001; 5: 345 11. Sanchez NC, Grewal H. Laparoscopic excision of a symptomatic urachal cyst in an infant. Surg Endosc, 2001; 15 (suppl): S160 12. Grewal H, Sweat JA, Vazquez WD. Can laparoscopic appendectomy in children be done as a same day or outpatient surgery? Surg Endosc, 2002; 16 (suppl): S319 13. Knudtson J, Grewal H. Pediatric empyema- An algorithm for early thoracoscopic intervention. Ped Endosurgery & Innov Techniques 2002; 6: 97. 14. Grewal H, Sahr SM, JensenA, Bierbrauer KS. Laparoscopy is useful for successful distal ventriculoperitoneal shunt (VPS) placement in children with previous abdominal surgery. Ped Endosurgery & Innov Techniques 2003; 7: 117. October 2017 Curriculum Vitae Harsh Grewal MD Page 15 of 23 15. Jensen A, Hughes W, Grewal H. Secondary abdominal compartment syndrome in children: A potentially lethal complication. Pediatr Crit Care Med 2003; 4: 508. 16. Jensen A, Grewal H, Milner R, Gaughan J, Rolandelli R. Does postgraduate year (PGY) level of surgical training affect basic laparoscopic skill acquisition in the laboratory? Ped Endosurgery & Innov Techniques 2003; 7: 98. 17. Jensen A, Grewal H, Milner R, Gaughan J, Rolandelli R. Sleep deficits do not affect acquisition of laparoscopic skills in the laboratory setting. Surg Endosc, 2003; 17 (suppl): S252 18. Steixner B, Milner R, Jensen A, Goldberg AJ, Grewal H. Teaching Laparoscopic Skills to Surgical Residents: Can it be done in the Laboratory? JSLS 2004; 8:S1– S106 19. Grewal H, Doumanian L, Huang A, Dean G. Minimally invasive approach to the nonpalpable testis in the child. Ped Endosurgery & Innov Techniques 2004; 8: 199. 20. Jensen A, Milner R, Gaughan J, Grewal H. An ex-vivo porcine laparoscopic Nissen fundoplication training model- a useful tool for resident education. Ped Endosurgery & Innov Techniques 2004; 8: 196. 21. Grewal H, Betz RR, D’Andrea LP. An innovative minimally invasive treatment for scoliosis in children: vertebral body stapling using shape memory alloy (nitinol). J Laparoendosc Adv Surg Tech A. 2005 Apr; 15(2):212. 22. Grewal H, Bierbrauer KS. Micro-laparoscopic-assisted lumboperitoneal shunt in the lateral position for pseudotumor cerebri in a morbidly obese child. J Laparoendosc Adv Surg Tech A. 2005 Apr; 15(2):241. 23. Berg DA, Milner RE, Fisher CA, Goldberg AJ, Dempsey DT, Grewal H. A cost effective approach to establishing a surgical skills laboratory. JSLS. 2005 9: S16- S17. 24. Smith BP, Achildi O, Grewal H. Thoracoscopic ligation of thoracic duct in a child with spontaneous chylothorax. J Laparoendosc Adv Surg Tech. 2006 16: 231. 25. Grewal H, Doumanian L, Huang A, Dean G. The role of laparoscopy in managing the pediatric patient with non-palpable testes. J Laparoendosc Adv Surg Tech. 2007 17:567. 26. Achildi O, Milner R, Grewal H. Teaching Pediatric Laparoscopic Pyloromyotomy in the Skills Lab: A Feline Box Trainer Model. J Laparoendosc Adv Surg Tech. 2007 17:554. D. Presentations Scientific Presentations 1. Operative Cholangiography: A study of its efficacy in biliary tract surgery. Association of Surgeons of India, Annual meeting, New Delhi, December 1988. October 2017 Curriculum Vitae Harsh Grewal MD Page 16 of 23 2. Organ Procurement: Are we doing enough? American College of Surgeons, Committee on Trauma, Residents Paper Competition, New York City, 1990. 3. Subxiphoid pericardial window for diagnosis of occult cardiac injury. American College of Chest Physicians, 57th Annual Scientific Assembly, San Francisco, November 1991. 4. Aero-digestive tract injuries: Management and results. American College of Chest Physicians, 58th Annual Scientific Assembly, Chicago, October 1992. 5. Management of penetrating laryngotracheal injuries. American College of Surgeons, Committee on Trauma, Residents Paper Competition, Finalist, Region II, New York, December 1992. 6. Analysis of organ procurement failure at a trauma center. Western Trauma Association, 22nd Annual Scientific Meeting, Steamboat Springs, Colorado, 1992. 7. Anorectal disease in neutropenic leukemics: Operative versus non-operative management. New England Society of Colon and Rectal Surgeons, Brewster, 1993. 8. Anorectal disease in neutropenic leukemics: Operative versus non-operative management. American Society of Colon and Rectal Surgeons, Annual Convention, Chicago, May 1993 9. Is p53 nuclear over-expression a biologic marker of prognostic significance in early colorectal cancer? The American Society of Colon and Rectal Surgeons, Annual Convention, Orlando, 1994. 10. Tumor angiogenesis correlates with p53 nuclear over-expression in early colorectal cancer. The Society for Surgery of the Alimentary Tract, Annual Meeting, New Orleans, 1994. 11. Management of civilian penetrating laryngotracheal injuries. The Western Trauma Association, 24th Annual Scientific Meeting, Crested Butte, Colorado, March 1994. 12. A critical evaluation of diagnostic modalities used in the detection of occult cardiac injury. The Eastern Association for the Surgery of Trauma, Seventh Scientific Assembly, Bahamas, January 1994. 13. Standard pathological features do not predict local recurrence in surgically treated early rectal cancer. The American Society of Colon and Rectal Surgeons, Annual Convention, Montreal, May 1995. 14. Early decortication using a minimally invasive approach: Safe and cost-effective treatment for pediatric empyema. 9th Pediatric Critical Care Colloquium, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, September 1996. 15. Blunt hepatic trauma in children: does grade of injury matter? 13th Annual Surgery Residents Day, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, Little Rock, May 1996 16. Early decortication using a minimally invasive approach: Safe and cost-effective October 2017 Curriculum Vitae Harsh Grewal MD Page 17 of 23 treatment for pediatric empyema. 12th Annual Surgery Residents Day, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, Little Rock, May 1996. 17. Blunt hepatic trauma in children: does grade of injury matter? Eastern Association for the Surgery of Trauma, Sanibel, Florida, January 1997. 18. Blunt hepatic trauma in children: injury grading does not correlate with outcome. Kansas Chapter of the American college of Surgeons, Annual Conference, Wichita, Kansas, September 1998. 19. Video assisted thoracic surgery (VATS) in children: A 6-year experience. The Seventh International Meeting of Laparoendoscopic Surgeons, San Diego, California, December 1998 20. A prospective standardized clinical pathway in the management of blunt pediatric liver and spleen trauma is safe and cost effective. 59th Annual Meeting of the American Association for the Surgery of Trauma, Boston, September 1999 21. Injury grade does not influence outcome in children with blunt liver and spleen trauma. 51st Annual Meeting, American Academy of Pediatrics, Washington, DC, October 1999 22. Video-assisted-thoracic-surgery is safe and effective in the treatment of spontaneous pneumothorax in children. 9th Annual Congress for Endosurgery in Children, Atlanta, March 2000. 23. Thromboxane synthetase inhibition by Ketoconazole does not prevent Adult Respiratory Distress Syndrome (ARDS) in the multiply injured trauma patient. 60th Annual Meeting of the American Association for the Surgery of Trauma, San Antonio, October 2000. 24. Laparoscopic management of non-palpable testes in children. The 10th International Congress and End0 Expo 2001 (SLS Annual Meeting), New York, December 2001. 25. Non-invasive diagnosis of jugular vein phlebectasia by valsalva maneuver. International Pediatric Radiology, Paris, May 2001 (Presented by K. Ali MD). 26. Laparoscopic excision of a symptomatic urachal cyst in an infant. SAGES 2001 Annual Meeting, St. Louis, April 2001. 27. Secondary abdominal compartment syndrome in children: a potentially lethal complication. 25th Annual Mid-Atlantic Burn Conference, Allentown, PA, November 2002 (Presented by A.Jensen, BS) 28. Can laparoscopic appendectomy in children be done as a same-day or outpatient surgery? 8th World Congress of Endoscopic Surgery, New York, March 2002. 29. Thoracoscopic excision of a congenital para-esophageal bronchogenic cyst in a child. 54th Annual Meeting, Southwestern Surgical Congress, April 2002 (Presented by J Knudtson MD). 30. Pediatric empyema- An algorithm for early thoracoscopic intervention. 11th Annual Congress for Endosurgery in Children, Genoa, Italy, May 2002 (presented by J Knudtson October 2017 Curriculum Vitae Harsh Grewal MD Page 18 of 23 MD). 31. Secondary abdominal compartment syndrome in children. American Academy of Pediatrics, Critical care Section, New Orleans, (poster presentation- A. Jensen, BS), 2003 32. Teaching the vascular anastomosis in a surgical skills laboratory. 23rd Annual Meeting, Association for Surgical Education, Vancouver (poster presentation- D. Wilhite, MD), 2003 33. Basic laparoscopic skills’ training does not predict performance of laparoscopic cholecystectomy using a porcine training model. 23rd Annual Meeting, Association for Surgical Education, Vancouver (poster presentation- A. Jensen, BS), 2003 34. A Kansas wheat harvest: Near fatal asphyxiation with wheat grains. 55th Annual Meeting, South Western Surgical Congress, Tucson (oral presentation- M.Arneson, MD), 2003 35. Sleep deficits do not affect acquisition of laparoscopic skills in the laboratory setting. 2003 SAGES Scientific Session, Los Angeles (poster presentation- A. Jensen BS), 2003 36. Does postgraduate year (PGY) level of surgical training affect basic laparoscopic skill acquisition in the laboratory? 12th Congress for Endosurgery in Children, Los Angeles (oral presentation- A. Jensen, BS), 2003 37. Laparoscopy is Useful for successful distal ventriculo-peritoneal shunt placement in children with previous abdominal surgery. 12th Congress for Endosurgery in Children, Los Angeles (poster presentation- A. Jensen BS), 2003 38. Minimally invasive approach to the nonpalpable testis in the child. 13th Annual Congress for Endosurgery in Children, Hawaii, May 2004. 39. An ex-vivo porcine laparoscopic Nissen fundoplication training model- a useful tool for resident education. 13th Annual Congress for Endosurgery in Children, Hawaii, May 2004 40. Adjunct training of the surgical resident in an era of reform and change. Joint APDS/ASE Spring meeting, Houston, 2004 (Workshop- presented by Amy Goldberg MD) 41. A Prospective Comparison of Thoracoscopic vs. Open Anterior Instrumentation and Spinal Fusion for Idiopathic Thoracic Scoliosis in Children. Presented 35th Annual Meeting of the American Pediatric Surgical Association, Florida, May 2004. 42. Teaching Laparoscopic Skills to Surgical Residents: Can it be done in the Laboratory? Accepted for 13th International Congress and Endo Expo/SLS Annual Meeting, New York, September 2004 (presented by Brian Steiner) 43. An innovative minimally invasive treatment for scoliosis in children: vertebral body stapling using shape memory alloy (NITINOL). 14th Annual Congress for Endosurgery in Children, Venice, Italy, June 2005. 44. Micro-laparoscopic-assisted lumboperitoneal shunt in the lateral position for pseudotumor cerebri in a morbidly obese child. 14th Annual Congress for Endosurgery in October 2017 Curriculum Vitae Harsh Grewal MD Page 19 of 23 Children, Venice, Italy, June 2005. 45. A cost effective approach to establishing a surgical skills laboratory. 14th International Congress and Endo Expo 2005, September, 2005, San Diego, California (presented by David Berg, MD, surgery resident) 46. Successful Collaborative Model for Trauma Skills Training of Surgical and Emergency Medicine Residents in a Laboratory Setting 2005 Spring Meeting of the Association of Program Directors in Surgery in New York, NY, 2005 (presented by David A. Berg, M.D) 47. Thoracoscopic ligation of thoracic duct in an infant with spontaneous chylothorax. 2006 IPEG/SAGES meeting, Dallas, April 2006 (presented as a poster by Olga Achildi, BA, Medical Student) 48. Preparing Surgical Residents for Pay for Performance: A Model for Procedure Outcomes Reporting. 2006 Spring Meeting of the Association of Program Directors in Surgery, Tucson, Arizona (Presented by David Berg, MD, surgery resident) 49. Laparoscopic Ladd’s Procedure in an Adult with Symptomatic Malrotation. 15th International Congress and Endo Expo 2005, September 2006, Boston, MA (presented by Rohit Patel MD, Surgical Resident) 50. Lap-belt injuries and seat-belt syndrome in pediatric spinal cord injury. Howard H Steel Conference: Injuries and dysfunction of the spinal cord in Children, November 2006. 51. Correlation between Lapsim® and Box Trainer for Laparoscopic Skills Evaluation. 2007 CREOG & APGO Annual Meeting, Salt Lake City, UT (presented by V. Dandolu MD) 52. Thoracoscopic and mini-lumbar vertebral body stapling using shape memory alloy (nitinol) in the treatment for scoliosis in children. 2007 SAGES meeting, Las Vegas, NV, April 2007. 53. Vertebral body stapling: a treatment option for the growing child with scoliosis. SRS Podium 43rd Annual Meeting, Salt Lake City, UT September 2008 and as a IMAST meeting, Hong Kong, July 2008 (presented by R. Betz MD) 54. Can surgical skills training of novice medical students in the laboratory improve their technical skill and satisfaction with their surgical clerkship? the 2nd Annual Meeting of the Consortium of ACS-Accredited Education Institutes, Chicago, March 2009 55. Introducing team training and crisis management in the surgical residency program. the 2nd Annual Meeting of the Consortium of ACS-Accredited Education Institutes, Chicago, March 2009 56. Thoracoscopic and Minimally Invasive Vertebral Body Stapling of the Thoracic and Lumbar Spine Using Shape Memory Alloy (Nitinol) Staples in the Treatment for Progressive Idiopathic Scoliosis in Skeletally Immature Children. 3rd World Congress of Pediatric Surgery, New Delhi, India, October 2010 57. Vertebral Body Stapling vs. Bracing for Patients with High-Risk Moderate Idiopathic October 2017 Curriculum Vitae Harsh Grewal MD Page 20 of 23 Scoliosis. Annual Meeting of the Pediatric Orthopaedic Society of North America on May 11-14, 2011. 58. Establishing national performance benchmarks for general surgery residents. Accepted for podium presentation at ASE meeting in 2012. (presented by D. Stefanidis) 59. Single Institution Results of Anterior Vertebral Body Tethering for Immature Idiopathic Scoliosis. 20th International Meeting on Advanced Spine Techniques (IMAST), July 10- 13, 2013 in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada (presented by A. Samdani) 60. Two-Year Results of Anterior Vertebral Body Tethering for Immature Thoracic Idiopathic Scoliosis. 49th SRS Annual Meeting & Course, September 10-13, 2014 in Anchorage, Alaska, USA. (Accepted for presentation) 61. Fusionless Anterior Spinal Tethering Performed Endoscopically (Fasten) For Progressive Idiopathic Scoliosis of the Immature Spine. IPEG Annual meeting, July 23-26, 2014, Edinburgh, UK. 62. Anterior Vertebral Body Tethering for Immature Adolescent Idiopathic Scoliosis: Preliminary Clinical Results. AAOS Annual Meeting in Las Vegas, Nevada, March 24-28, 2015. 63. The first 100 consecutive anterior vertebral body tethering procedures for immature AIS at a single institution: outcomes and complications in the early postoperative period. 22nd International Meeting on Advanced Spine Techniques (IMAST), which is to be held in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia July 8-11, 2015. 64. Anterior vertebral body tethering for immature idiopathic scoliosis: results of patients reaching skeletal maturity. Podium Presentation at the 50th SRS Annual Meeting & Course, September 30 – October 3, 2015 in Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA. 65. A novel thoracoscopic trans-diaphragmatic retroperitoneoscopic exposure of the thoracic and lumbar spine for fusionless anterior vertebral body tethering for idiopathic scoliosis in children. WOFAPS, October 8-11, 2016, Washington DC. Invited CME Presentations 1. Pediatric Surgery. Kansas Association of Osteopathic Medicine, Annual Conference, Hutchinson, KS, 1997 2. Pediatric Trauma Resuscitation. CME meeting at Labette County Medical Society, Parsons, KS, February 1999. 3. Trauma of Infants and Children. 11th Annual Medical/Trauma ’99 Conference, Wichita, KS, September 1999. 4. Minimally Invasive Surgery in Children. Pediatrics Update. Kansas Chapter, AAP Annual Fall Meeting, Wichita, KS, September 2000 5. Pediatric Laparoscopy and Thoracoscopy. Central Kansas Medical Center, Great Bend, KS, September 2000. 6. Minimally Invasive Surgery in Children. Novemberfest, Department of Pediatrics, Temple University, Atlantic City, NJ, November 2001. 7. Newer Techniques in Pediatric Surgery. Department of Pediatrics, Abington Memorial Hospital, Abington, PA, May 2002. 8. Pediatric Minimally Invasive Surgery. Department of Pediatrics, Holy Redeemer Medical October 2017 Curriculum Vitae Harsh Grewal MD Page 21 of 23 Center, Meadowbrook, PA, May 2002. 9. Management of solid organ injuries in children using outcomes based guidelines. Department of Surgery, Trauma Rounds, Albert Einstein Medical Center, Philadelphia, PA, August 2002. 10. Constipation following surgery for Anorectal Malformations. International Workshop & Symposium on Anorectal malformations. India, January 2003, Invited Professor. 11. The vomiting infant- A surgeon’s view. Novemberfest, Department of Pediatrics, Temple University, Atlantic City, NJ, November 2003. 12. Minimally Invasive Surgery in the Child. Grand Rounds, Department of Surgery, Easton Hospital, Easton, PA, April 2004. 13. Pediatric Trauma- Resuscitation and Interesting Cases. Philadelphia Fire Department EMS Spring CME, Philadelphia, April 2004. 14. Congenital Spine Forum-Thoracic Insufficiency Syndrome. Shriner’s Hospital for Children, Philadelphia, September 2004, Invited Faculty. 15. Congenital Spine Forum-Thoracic Insufficiency Syndrome (Faculty). Shriner’s Hospital for Children, Philadelphia, March and June 2005. 16. Pediatric Laparoscopy Update. 14th International Congress and Endo Expo 2005, September, 2005, San Diego, California 17. Surgical Management of Lap Belt Injuries. Contemporary topics in pediatric spinal cord injury, October 2005, Shriner’s Hospital for Children, Philadelphia, PA. 18. The Surgical abdomen in children. Novemberfest, Department of Pediatrics, Temple University, Atlantic City, NJ, November 2005. 19. Congenital Spine Forum-Thoracic Insufficiency Syndrome (Faculty). Shriner’s Hospital for Children, Philadelphia, December 2005, October 2006. 20. Abdominal compartment Syndrome in Children. Seventh Annual Templeton Pediatric Trauma Symposium, Pittsburgh, March 2007. 21. Post-Graduate Course PG09 called "Accreditation of Education Institutes by the American College of Surgeons: A New Program to Support Acquisition and Verification of New Surgical Skills?" 93rd Annual ACS Clinical Congress, New Orleans, October 2007. 22. Spinal Cord Injury in Children. 8th Annual Templeton Pediatric Trauma Symposium, Philadelphia, March 2008. 23. Management of Empyema in Children. Novemberfest, Department of Pediatrics, Temple University, Atlantic City, NJ, November 2008. 24. Common Pediatric Emergency Surgeries. Pediatric Update, Continuum Health Alliance, Marlton, NJ, September 2011. 25. Abdominal Surgical Emergencies in Children. Pediatric Grand Rounds, Cooper University Hospital, Camden, NJ, November 2011. Grand Rounds/ Invited Presentations 1. Operative cholangiography and its role in detecting variant biliary tract anatomy. Department of Surgery, Our Lady of Mercy Medical Center, Bronx, 1993. 2. Tissue inhibitors of metalloproteinases and their role in colorectal cancer metastases. Department of Surgery, Lincoln Hospital, N.Y. 1994. 3. Molecular genetics of colorectal cancer. Department of Surgery, Our Lady of Mercy Medical Center, N.Y., 1995. 4. Pediatric Surgery. Kansas Association of Osteopathic Medicine, Annual Conference, October 2017 Curriculum Vitae Harsh Grewal MD Page 22 of 23 Hutchinson, KS, 1997. 5. Pediatric Surgical Abdomen. Grand Rounds, Department of Surgery, University of Kansas School of Medicine-Wichita, July 1998. 6. Pediatric Surgical Abdomen. Urgent/Emergent Summer Conferences, Wesley Medical Center, July 1998. 7. Minimally Invasive Surgery in Children. Pediatric Grand Rounds, Department of Pediatrics, University of Kansas School of Medicine-Wichita, Wesley Medical Center, April 1998. 8. Minimally Invasive Surgery in Children. Family Practice Grand Rounds, University of Kansas School of Medicine-Wichita, St. Francis Medical Center, May 1998. 9. Pediatric Trauma Resuscitation. CME meeting at Labette County Medical Society, Parsons, KS, February 1999. 10. Pediatric Trauma. Urgent/Emergent Conferences, Wesley Medical Center, July 1999. 11. Pediatric Trauma. Critical Care Conference, Wichita, KS, September 1999 12. Trauma of Infants and Children. 11th Annual Medical/Trauma ’99 Conference, Wichita, KS, September 1999 13. Concepts in Pediatric Trauma Care. Wesley Medical Center, September 1999 14. Pediatric Laparoscopy. Pediatric Grand Rounds, Department of Pediatrics, University of Kansas School of Medicine-Wichita, Wesley Medical Center, April 2000 15. Breast and Testicular Masses. Adolescent Conference, Department of Pediatrics, University of Kansas School of Medicine, June 2000. 16. Minimally Invasive Surgery in Children. Grand Rounds, Department of Surgery, University of Kansas School of Medicine-Wichita, June 2000. 17. Pediatric Trauma-Initial Management and Resuscitation. Urgent/Emergent Conferences, Wesley Medical Center, July 2000 18. Minimally Invasive Surgery in Children. Pediatrics Update. Kansas Chapter, AAP Annual Fall Meeting, Wichita, KS, September 2000. 19. Pediatric Laparoscopy and Thoracoscopy. Central Kansas Medical Center, Great Bend, KS, September 2000. 20. Minimally Invasive Surgery in Children. Department of Surgery, Temple University School of Medicine, Philadelphia, PA, October 2001. 21. Minimally Invasive Surgery in Children. Novemberfest, Department of Pediatrics, Temple University, Atlantic City, NJ, November 2001 October 2017 Curriculum Vitae Harsh Grewal MD Page 23 of 23 22. Newer Techniques in Pediatric Surgery. Department of Pediatrics, Abington Memorial Hospital, Abington, PA, May 2002. 23. Pediatric Minimally Invasive Surgery. Department of Pediatrics, Holy Redeemer Medical Center, Meadowbrook, PA, May 2002. 24. Thoracoscopy in Children. Grand Rounds, Department of Pediatrics, Temple University Children’s Medical Center. Philadelphia, PA, June 2002. 25. Minimally Invasive Thoracic Surgery in Children. Grand Rounds, Department of Surgery, Temple University School of Medicine, Philadelphia, PA, August 2002. 26. Management of solid organ injuries in children using outcomes based guidelines. Department of Surgery, Trauma Rounds, Albert Einstein Medical Center, Philadelphia, PA, August 2002. 27. Constipation following surgery for Anorectal Malformations. International Workshop & Symposium on Anorectal malformations. India, January 2003. 28. The vomiting infant- A surgeon’s view. Novemberfest, Department of Pediatrics, Temple University, Atlantic City, NJ, November 2003. 29. Interesting Cases in Pediatric Resuscitation. TUCMC and Shriner’s Hospital EMS Educational Conference. Philadelphia, January 2004. 30. Minimally Invasive Surgery in Children- Neurosurgical Applications. Neurosurgery/Neurology Grand Rounds, Temple University School of Medicine. Philadelphia, February 2004. 31. Minimally Invasive Surgery in the Child- Nintendo or the Real Thing! Grand Rounds, Department of Pediatrics, Temple University School of Medicine, Philadelphia, PA, April 2004. 32. The Acute Abdomen in the Infant and Child. Grand Rounds, Department of Surgery, Temple University School of Medicine, Philadelphia, PA, November 2005. 33. Abdominal Surgical Emergencies in Children. Pediatric Grand Rounds, Cooper University Hospital, Camden, NJ, November 2011. 34. Pediatric Spinal Deformity Course, Istanbul, Turkey, April 4-5, 2014. October 2017