Positions

Overview

  • Jamie Cannon, M.D., FACS is an associate professor of surgery and directs the robotic surgical education program for the residency program. Dr. Cannon is double board certified in general and colorectal surgery. Dr. Cannon is a leader in minimally invasive approaches to colorectal disease, with an emphasis on robotics, colorectal cancer and sphincter-sparing operations. She is one of the highest volume academic colorectal surgeons in the country. Originally from Arizona, she is a graduate of the University of Arizona College of Medicine. She did her general surgery residency at Carolinas Medical Center in Charlotte, N.C., and her colorectal surgery fellowship with Georgia Colon and Rectal Surgical Associates in Atlanta, Ga. Dr. Cannon’s clinical interests include minimally invasive approaches to colorectal disease, and sphincter-sparing surgery for colorectal cancer; Crohn’s disease, ulcerative colitis, diverticulitis, rectal prolapse, and colonic inertia.
  • Selected Publications

    Academic Article

    Year Title Altmetric
    2018 Enhanced Recovery After Surgery (ERAS) Eliminates Racial Disparities in Postoperative Length of Stay After Colorectal Surgery.Annals of Surgery.  268:1026-1035. 2018
    2018 Risk of surgical site infection (SSI) following colorectal resection is higher in patients with disseminated cancer: An NCCN member cohort studyInfection Control and Hospital Epidemiology.  39:555-562. 2018
    2018 Racial Disparities After Stoma Construction Exist in Time to Closure After 1 Year but Not in Overall Stoma Reversal Rates.Journal of Gastrointestinal Surgery.  22:250-258. 2018
    2017 Evaluation, Diagnosis, and Medical Management of Rectal Prolapse.Clinics in Colon and Rectal Surgery.  30:16-21. 2017
    2016 Understanding the Value of Both Laparoscopic and Robotic Approaches Compared to the Open Approach in Colorectal Surgery.Pediatric Endosurgery and Innovative Techniques.  26:850-856. 2016
    2016 Genetic/Familial High-Risk Assessment: Colorectal Version 1.2016, NCCN Clinical Practice Guidelines in Oncology.Journal of the National Comprehensive Cancer Network.  14:1010-1030. 2016
    2016 Racial Disparities in Readmissions for Patients with Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) After Colorectal Surgery.Journal of Gastrointestinal Surgery.  20:985-993. 2016
    2015 Colorectal Neoplasia and Inflammatory Bowel Disease.Surgical Clinics of North America.  95:1261-vii. 2015
    2015 Colorectal cancer screening, version 1.2015: Featured updates to the NCCN guidelinesJournal of the National Comprehensive Cancer Network.  13:959-968. 2015
    2015 Oral Antibiotic Bowel Preparation Significantly Reduces Surgical Site Infection Rates and Readmission Rates in Elective Colorectal Surgery.Annals of Surgery.  261:1034-1040. 2015
    2014 Biomaterials: so many choices, so little time. What are the differences?Clinics in Colon and Rectal Surgery.  27:134-139. 2014
    2014 Adoption of preoperative oral antibiotics decreases surgical site infection for elective colorectal surgery.American Surgeon.  80:e270-e273. 2014
    2013 Colorectal cancer screening: Clinical practice guidelines in oncologyJournal of the National Comprehensive Cancer Network.  11:1538-1575. 2013
    2013 Oral antibiotic bowel preparation reduces length of stay and readmissions after colorectal surgery.Journal of The American College of Surgeons.  216:756-762. 2013
    2012 Preoperative oral antibiotics reduce surgical site infection following elective colorectal resections.Diseases of the Colon and Rectum.  55:1160-1166. 2012

    Research Overview

  • minimally invasive colorectal surgery, sphincter-sparing surgery for colorectal cancer, Crohn’s disease, ulcerative colitis, diverticulitis, rectal prolapse, colonic inertia, anal cancer
  • Principal Investigator On

  • Private Grant  awarded by INTUITIVE SURGICAL OPERATIONS 2018 - 2022
  • Private Grant  awarded by Ethicon Endo-Surgery 2017 - 2019
  • Education And Training

  • Doctor of Medicine, University of Arizona
  • Full Name

  • Jamie Cannon
  • Blazerid

  • jacannon