Brendan Boland, M.D.

Clinical Specialties
  • Surgical oncology
Other Languages Spoken
  • Spanish

A lifelong fascination with the human body led Brendan Boland, M.D., to a career in medicine, specializing in surgery. He is passionate about his chosen field: "Although we all look forward to the day it will not be necessary," he says, "surgical treatment of cancer still gives the majority of patients the best chance of long-term survival."

  • 2015-present, Assistant Clinical Professor, Division of Surgical Oncology, Department of Surgery
  • 2015-present, Southern California Permanete Medical Group, General Surgery, Antelope Valley
  • 2012-2014, Assistant Professor, University of Florida, Division of Transplantation and Hepatobiliary Surgery
  • 2010-2012, Assistant Professor, Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, Liver Transplant and Hepatobiliary Surgery, Los Angeles, CA

Locations

Santa Clarita

23823 Valencia Blvd., Suite 250, Santa Clarita, CA, 91355

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Phone :  661-799-1999

Antelope Valley

44151 15th St. West, Lancaster, CA, 93534

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Phone :  877-828-3627

Degrees

  • 2002, Doctor of Medicine, University of Medicine & Dentistry of New Jersey, New Jersey Medical School, Newark, NJ
  • 1997, Bachelor of Arts, History, University of Notre Dame, IN

Fellowship

  • 2008-2010, Fellow, Transplant/Hepatobiliary Surgery, ASTS Certification

Residency

  • 2002-2008, Residency, Los Angeles County/University of Southern California Medical Center, General Surgery
  • Fellow of the American College of Surgeons
  • Board of Certified in General Surgery by American Board of Surgery
  • CA License-A87312
  • DEA-BB9000349
  • USMLE Steps 1-3
  • ABSITE 2003-2007: 97th to 99th percentile
  • Boland, B; Kim, A; Nissen, N; Colquhoun, S. Cholangiocarcinoma: Aggressive surgical intervention remains justified. American Surgeon. 78(20):157-60. 2012
  • Boland, B; Colquhoun, S; Ouellette, J: Perioperative management and nutrition in patients with biliary tract disease, in Shackelfor's Surgery of the Alimentary Tract, Seventh Edition. Elsevier 2012
  • Boland B; Klein A: Variceal bleeding and portal hypertension, in Clinical Scenarios in General Surgery. Lippicott Williams and Wilkins 2012
  • Recurrent hepatocellular carcinoma after liver transplant: identifying the high risk patient. HPB. 13(9):626-32. 2011
  • Boland, B; Colquhoun, S: Menon V: Lo, S; Kim, A; Nissen, N. Current surgical management of infected pancreatic necrosis. American Surgeon. 76(10)1096-9. 2010
  • Boland, B; Dhesi, S; Colquhoun, S. Alemtuzumab and liver transplantation: a review. Curr Opin Organ Transplant. 14(3):245-9. 2009 Review
  • Nissen NN, Menon VG, Puri V, Annamalai A. A simple algorithm for drain management after pancreaticoduodonectomy. American surgeon. 78(10)1143-6. 2012
  • Boland, B; Hagen, JA. En-Bloc Resection of the Esophagus. Pearson's Throacic & Esophageal Surgery, Third Addition. 697-607. Churchill Livingstone. 2008
  • Boland, B; Peyre, C; Bremner, C; Gaughan, C; Hagen, J; Rizzetto, C; Demeester, S; Lipham, J; Demeester, T. Esophageal pressurization: clinical and manometrics aspects. [Abstract] Gastroenterology 130(2):579 2006 Apr.
  • Peyre, C; Gaughan, C; Hagen, J; Boland, B; Rizzetto, C; Demeester, S; Bremner, C; Lipham, J; Demeester, T. Should laparoscopic Heller myotomy be used as primary therapy for achalasia regardless of age? [Abstract] Gastroenterology 130(2):876 2006 Apr.
  • Christian Rizzetto, C; Bremner, C; Hagen, J; Demeester, S; Lipham, J; Gaughan, C; Peyre, C; Boland, B; Oh, D; Demeester, T. Esophagectomy for adenocarcinoma in the elderly. [Abstract] Gastroenterology 130(2):877 2006 Apr. [Abstract] Gastroenterology 130(2):877 2006 Apr.
  • Jabbour, N; Gagandeep, S; Peilin, AC; Boland, B; Mateo, R; Genyk, Y; Selby, R; Zeger, G. Recombinant human coagulation factor VIIa in Jehovah's Witness patients undergoing liver transplantation. [Journal Article] American Surgeon. 71(2):175-9, 2005 Feb.
  • 2000, Alpha Omega Alpha, UMDNJ-NJMS inducted
  • 2002, Student of the Year, UMDNJ-NJMS
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