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Michael P. Osborne, MD, MS, FRCS, FACS

Public Recognition

2006 New York Magazine
Best Doctors in New York

2006 Castle Connolly
America’s Top Doctors

2006 Castle Connolly
Top Doctors: New York Metro Area

2006 Castle Connolly
America’s Top Doctors for Cancer

2005 New York Magazine
Best Doctors in New York

2005 Castle Connolly
America’s Top Doctors

2004 Smith Barney Citigroup
Extraordinary Achievement Award
“Women’s Health Issues”
in conjunction with the
Susan G. Komen Foundation

2004 New York Magazine
The Best Doctors in New York

2003 New York Magazine
The Best Doctors in New York

2003 Castle Connolly
Top Doctors in America

2003-2004 Best Doctors
Best Doctors in America

2002 New York Magazine
The Best Doctors in New York

2002 Castle Connolly
America’s Top Doctors

2001-2002 Best Doctors
Best Doctors in America

2001 New York Magazine
The Best Doctors in New York

2000 Manhattan Magazine
5 th Annual Breast Cancer Awareness Award

2000 New York Magazine
The Best Doctors in New York

1999 Good Housekeeping
318 Top Cancer Doctors for Women

1998 New York Magazine
The Best Doctors in New York

1996 American Health
The Best Doctors in America

1995 Town & Country
The Best Medical Specialists in North America

1992-1993 Woodward/White
The Best Doctors in America

1992 Good Housekeeping
The Best Cancer Specialists in the US

1991 New York Magazine
The Best Doctors in New York

1989 Good Housekeeping
The 184 Best Breast Cancer Doctors in America

AWARDS

The Golding Medal
(The Governor's Clinical Gold Medal)
Llewelyn Scholarship
Norman C. Lake Prize in Surgery
William Travers Prize in Obstetrics and Gynecology
Thomas Henry Green Prize
in Clinical Medicine
Prize in Orthopedics
Prize in Gynecology
Prize in Radiology
David Winser Essay Prize
Prize in Second Clinical Year Surgery
Wellcome Trust Surgical Fellowship
Simpson-Smith Surgical Travel Scholarship
Raven Prize, British Association of Surgical Oncologists
Gosse Scholarship, Charing Cross Hospital Medical School
Albert Segaloff Memorial Lecturer,
Atlon Ochsner Medical Foundation
Cyril S. Avranitis Lecturer, Monmouth Medical Center
Ellen Dryer Memorial Lecture, Sass Foundation New York

 

Dr. Osborne

Dr. Osborne is Chief of the Breast Service and Attending Surgeon in the Department of Surgery at The New York-Presbyterian Hospital/Weill Cornell Medical Center and President of Strang Cancer Prevention Center He holds the academic position of Professor of Surgery, with tenure, at Cornell University Medical College, Adjunct faculty member and Visiting Associate Physician at The Rockefeller University. He also heads a research group studying new diagnostic methods and the process by which breast cancer occurs and its prevention. Until 1991 Dr. Osborne was Head of the Breast Cancer Research Laboratory and Attending Surgeon on the Breast Service at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center.


Dr. Osborne received his medical training at the University of London where he was awarded the medical school Governor’s Gold Medal. He trained in surgery in medical centers in the United Kingdom including the Royal College of Surgeons, Charing Cross Hospital, St. James’ Hospital, and The Brompton Hospital. In 1977 he was awarded the Raven Prize for research by the British Association of Surgical Oncology. He was on the surgical staff and Honorary Lecturer at the Royal Marsden Hospital and Institute of Cancer Research in London prior to coming to Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center in 1980. Dr. Osborne is an internationally recognized expert specializing in the diagnosis and treatment of breast cancer. Over the past thirty years, Dr. Osborne has diagnosed and operated on more than eight thousand patients, including at least one thousand with breast cancer. Dr. Osborne has lectured in the field of breast disease all over the world and has published and presented over 300 papers and articles, authored three books, and written chapters in several major textbooks as well as many review articles.

From 1995-1997 he was president of the New York Metropolitan Breast Cancer Group, and in 1995, was appointed secretary-general of the International Society for Cancer Chemoprevention. He is a member of the American Surgical Association , the American Association for Cancer Research, the American Society of Clinical Oncology, the Society of Surgical Oncology and is a fellow of the Royal Society of Medicine.

New York Magazine has listed Dr. Osborne as one of “The Best Doctors in New York” since 1991. Dr. Osborne was listed by Good Housekeeping in 1999 as one of the best cancer physicians in the United States and Town & Country listed him as one of the best cancer specialists in the country. His name is listed in the directory of The Best Doctors in America, How to Find the Best Doctors in the New York Metro Area and the Castle Connolly Guide to Americas Top Doctors.

Chief, Breast Service
Department of Surgery

The New York Presbyterian Hospital-Cornell Medical Ctr.


Professor of Surgery
Cornell University Medical College



President and Chief Executive Officer
Strang Cancer Prevention Center


QUALIFICATIONS

1984 FACS, Fellow
American College of Surgeons

1982 Certified in General Surgery
Committee on Higher Surgical
Training, Royal College of Surgeons
of England

1981 MD, Doctor of Medicine
University of the State of New York

1980 MS, Master of Surgery
University of London

1975 FRCS, Fellow
Royal College of Surgeons of England

1970 MB, Bachelor of Medicine, University of London

1970 BS, Bachelor of Surgery
University of London

1970 MRCS, Member
Royal College of Surgeons of England

1970 LRCP, Licentiate
Royal College of Physicians of London

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

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