Sarah S. Zhu is a Certified Physician Assistant at Moffitt Cancer Center in the Department of Gastrointestinal Oncology. She has been practicing as a Surgical Inpatient Physician Assistant at Moffitt since 2018 specializing in the Hepato-Pancreato-Biliary service. She completed her Bachelor of Science degree in Exercise Science from The Florida State University in Tallahassee, FL and then earned her Master of Clinical Medical Science degree at Barry University in St Petersburg, FL. Sarah is board certified by the National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants and is licensed by the State of Florida Board of Medicine. She is a member of the American Academy of Physician Assistants and the Florida Academy of Physician Assistants. Sarah plays an active role in creating the inpatient protocols and optimizing patient education.
- Sinnamon AJ, Luo E, Xu A, Zhu S, Denbo JW, Fleming JB, Anaya DA. Simultaneous Hepatic and Visceral Resection: Preoperative Risk Stratification and Implications on Return to Intended Oncologic Therapy. Ann Surg Oncol. 2023 Mar.30(3):1772-1783. Pubmedid: 36418800.
- Sinnamon AJ, Luo E, Xu A, Zhu S, Denbo JW, Fleming JB, Anaya DA. ASO Visual Abstract: Simultaneous Hepatic and Visceral Resection- Preoperative Risk Stratification and Implications on Return to Intended Oncologic Therapy. Ann Surg Oncol. 2023 Mar.30(3):1786. Pubmedid: 36459280.
- Sinnamon AJ, Luo E, Xu A, Zhu S, Denbo JW, Fleming JB, Anaya DA. Clockwise Anterior-to-Posterior-Double Isolation (CAP-DI) Approach for Portal Lymphadenectomy in Biliary Tract Cancer: Technique, Yield, and Outcomes. Cancers (Basel). 2022 Nov.14(23). Pubmedid: 36497252. Pmcid: PMC9738406.
- Allenson K, Turner K, Gonzalez BD, Gurd E, Zhu S, Misner N, Chin A, Adams M, Cooper L, Nguyen D, Naffouje S, Castillo DL, Kocab M, James B, Denbo J, Pimiento JM, Malafa M, Powers BD, Fleming JB, Anaya DA, Hodul PJ. Pilot trial of remote monitoring to prevent malnutrition after hepatopancreatobiliary surgery. BMC Nutr. 2021 Dec.7(1):82. Pubmedid: 34886909. Pmcid: PMC8656101.
- Broman KK, Baez H, Mihelic E, Zhu S, Dineen S, Fleming JB, Anaya DA, Pimiento JM. Combined use of advanced practice providers and care pathways reduces the duration of stay after surgery for gastrointestinal malignancies. Surgery. 2021 Apr.169(4):852-858. Pubmedid: 32713756.
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