Surgeon-in Chief NC Children's Hospital
UNC Chapel Hill
Chapel hill, North Carolina, United States
Dr. Andrea Hayes Jordan is a professor of pediatric surgery and surgical oncology at the University of North Carolina Children’s Hospital. She is the Surgeon-in-Chief of the UNC Children’s hospital and the division chief of pediatric surgery at UNC. Dr. Hayes-Jordan has a basic science laboratory which focuses on rare sarcomas and also maintains a clinical research efforts. She specializes in refractory and resistant tumors and children and specifically soft tissue sarcomas and children. Her patient's request her services from around the world because of the rare diseases she investigates. She was previously the section chief of pediatric surgery at UT MD Anderson Cancer Center.
She was born in Los Angeles California 1965 and moved to Dartmouth College to pursue her secondary education. She continued at Dartmouth medical school. She then moved back to California to complete her residency program at the University Of California Davis East Bay, under the tutelage of Dr. Claude Organ Jr. MD. She completed a molecular biology fellowship at the University of California San Francisco. She then went on to complete a pediatric surgical oncology fellowship at the St. Jude's children's research Hospital in Memphis Tennessee, then a pediatric surgery fellowship at the Toronto Hospital for Sick Children. She also completed a special fellowship in melanoma and sarcoma at the University Of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center.
She developed the first orthotopic xenograft model of metastatic Ewing's sarcoma. She simultaneously conducted clinical research and completed the first cytoreductive surgery and hyperthermic intraperitoneal chemotherapy HIPEC, for children with sarcomatosis. She completed a phase I trial and established the safe dose of chemotherapy to be delivered in HIPEC.
She is nationally and internationally known for her work pioneering an operation known as HIPEC for children.
Sunday, February 16, 2020
3:55 PM – 4:05 PM