Edward R. Sauter, MD, PhD, MHA is a professor of surgery at The University Of Texas Health Science Center at Tyler. His specialty is surgical oncology and he is board certified in surgery. He has a Ph.D. in molecular biology and holds a master's in health administration from the Executive Program in Health Services Management at the University of Missouri. Dr. Sauter is an internationally known cancer surgeon, scientist, medical educator, and physician administrator. He is the author of 165 medical journal articles and 11 book chapters on the surgical treatment of cancer. In addition, he is the co-editor of a key text on breast cancer prevention and treatment. The National Institutes of Health -- the main government funder of biomedical research -- has supported Dr. Sauter's research for over two decades, awarding him more than 20 grants during that time. Dr. Sauter completed a fellowship in surgical oncology at the Fox Chase Cancer Center in Philadelphia after his residency at the Ochsner Clinic in New Orleans, La., where he was chief resident.
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