Jaime Bohl, MD
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EMILY BURKE DISKIN

JAIME L BOHL, MD FACS FASCRS

 

 

PERSONAL INFORMATION

 

Title/Rank                                          Associate Professor

 

Maiden Name                            Jaime Lynne Kelley

 

Business Address              1200 East Broad St.

                                          West Hospital

                                          PO Box 980519

                                          Richmond, VA 23225

 

Business Phone                            (804) 827-0049

Business Fax                            (804) 827-0670

Mobile Phone                             (804) 461-1330

 

E-mail                                          jaime.bohl@vcuhealth.org

             

EDUCATION AND MEDICAL TRAINING

 

 

7/2008 – 6/2009              Lahey Clinic                                                                                                                     Burlington, MA

                                          Clinical Fellow in Colon and Rectal Surgery

 

7/2003 – 6/2008              VANDERBILT UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTER                            Nashville, TN

                                          Clinical Resident in General Surgery

             

8/1999-6/2003                           UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA SCHOOL OF MEDICINE                  Charlottesville, VA

 

8/1994-6/1998                           DUKE UNIVERSITY                                                                               Durham, NC

                                          Bachelor of Science in Psychology and Chemistry

 

ACADEMIC APPOINTMENT HISTORY

 

 

1/2017– present                          VIRGINIA COMMONWEALTH UNIVERSITY                                 Richmond, VA

                                        Associate Professor of Surgery

                                       Divison Chair, Colon and Rectal Surgery                                                                                                                             

 

9/2011- 12/2016           Wake Forest school of medicine                                         Winston-Salem, NC

                                       Assistant Professor of Surgery

 

9/2009- 9/2011                         oschner clinic                                                                                     New Orleans, LA   

                                       Colon and Rectal Surgeon  

 

OTHER PROFESSIONAL HISTORY

 

 

7/1998-7-1999                         Project Coordinator, Randomized controlled trial of cognitive behavioral treatment

                                      for patients who meet DSM IV criteria for gambling addiction.

                                  Nancy Petry PhD, University of CT Health Center, Farmington, CT                           

 

 

 

SPECIALTY CERTIFICATIONS

 

2017                                          Advanced Cardiac Life Support

2014                                          Fellow of the American Society of Colon and Rectal Surgery

2011                                          Fellow of the American College of Surgeons

2010                                          AMERICAN BOARD OF COLON AND RECTAL SURGERY (Certificate #2117)

2010                                          AMERICAN BOARD OF SURGERY              (Certificate #54923)

2008                                          SAGES Fundamentals of Laparoscopic Surgery             

 

PROFESSIONAL LICENSURE

                  

North Carolina              172278

Virginia                                         0101261479

 

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS AND SERVICE

 

2009-Present                 Collaborative Group of the Americas on Inherited Colorectal Cancer;

                                      Abstract Committee 2014-2016

2009-2010                    ACGME Duty Hours Task Force

2008-2010                    ACGME Residency Review Committee Colon and Rectal Surgery

 

 

SPECIAL AWARDS AND HONORS

 

2017                                       Traveling Fellowship for Most Innovative Research Presentation

American Society of Colon and Rectal Surgery. Los Angeles, CA. May 2016.                                                    London, England                                         

2012-2013                                        “Best Teacher/Role Model" Third Year Surgery Clerkship

 

PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES

 

EDITORIAL WORK

 

2011-presemt                            Invited Reviews, Inflammatory Bowel Disease

 

2012                                          Guest Editor, Clinics of Colon and Rectal Surgery

 

2011-2013                            Contributor, Selected Abstracts, Diseases of the Colon and Rectum.

                                                                                   

 

CURRENT GRANTS:

 

Sept 2016-present               (Khalil N Bitar, PhD, P.I.: Jaime L. Bohl, Co-Investigator, 5% effort)             

Implantation of Bioengineered Intrinsically Innervated Internal Anal Sphincter (BioSphincter) to Treat Fecal Incontinence.

NIH SBIR – subcontract with CELLF-BIO, LLC                                                                      $588,489

 

PAST GRANT HISTORY:

 

June 2014-Aug 2018               (Khalil N Bitar, PhD, P.I.: Jaime L. Bohl, Co-Investigator, 5% effort)             

Tissue Engineered Internal Anal Sphincter (IAS) Constructs for Fecal Incontinence. Army, Navy, NIH, Air Force, VA and Health Affairs to support the AFIRM II effort, under Award No. W81XWH-13-2-0052

 

PAST GRANT HISTORY: (continued)

 

June 2014- Dec 2016               (Bruce E. Sands, MD, MS, P.I.:  Jaime L. Bohl, Site PI, 1% effort)             

Prospective Cohort of Ulcerative Colitis and Crohn’s Disease Patients Undergoing Surgery to Identify Risk Factors for Post-Operative INfection I (PUCCINI)

 

 

Jan 2015-June 2016              (Jaime L. Bohl, Principal Investigator, 5% effort)

Wake Forest Cancer Center and Integrative Medicine Pilot Grant: The effect of heat therapy on perioperative outcomes in patients with surgically resectable colon cancer.                

Collaborators: Khalil Bitar PhD, Kylie Kavanaugh DVM, MS                                         

 

June 2010-June 2011               (NSABP; Jaime L. Bohl Site PI) P5 Statin polyp prevention trial in patients with resected colon cancer. 

 

INSTITUTIONAL SERVICE:

 

2018-present                                          MDOCC Massey Commission on Cancer Committee, Cancer Liaison Physician

 

2018-present                                          Massey Cancer Center Data and Safety Monitoring Committee

 

2017-present                                          Clinical Documentation Improvement

 

2017-2018                                          Surgery Promotion and Tenure Committee

 

2017-present                                          Surgery Revenue Cycle Task Force

 

2013-2016                                          Committee on Medical School Admissions,

Wake Forest School of Medicine

 

2013-2016                                          Department of Surgery Core Teaching Faculty,

General Surgery Clinical Competency Committee

 

COMMUNITY SERVICE:

 

2011-present                                          Medical Aid to Haiti (MATH) Annual Surgical Mission Trip

                                                        Dame Marie, Haiti

 

2015-2016                                          WXII Interview Colon Cancer Screening

 

2014-2016                                          Colon Cancer: Know your Risk, Change your History!

(BESTHEALTH, ACTIONHEALTH, YMCA, Piedmont Professional Coders Healthcare Symposium)

 

2012-2016                                          Event Coordinator for 5k Winston Salem Get Your Rear in Gear Annual Event

                                                        Colon and Rectal Cancer Awareness and Community Fundraiser

 

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT:

 

April 2018                                          Leadership conference Society of Surgical Chairs

SSC Women’s Committee Leadership Conference

 

Oct 2015                                          ACS Surgeons Leading Quality Course

                                                       

 

June 2015                                          AAMC Early Career Women Faculty Leadership Seminar

 

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT: continued

 

2014-2015                                          American College of Surgeons Women in Surgery Mentorship Program

 

2012-2014                                          Translational Research Academy Scholar

                                                        Wake Forest School of Medicine

 

SYSTEM INNOVATION AND QUALITY IMPROVEMENT:

 

2017-present                                          RAMCare Enhanced Recovery After Surgery (ERAS) Implementation Project

 

2017-present                                          Ostomy Quality Care and Standardization Project

 

2015-2016                                          Developed Enhanced Recovery After Surgery (ERAS) Pathway for CRS Section,

Wake Forest School of Medicine; Reduced LOS by 1 day without change in

complications or readmissions

 

TEACHING, ADVISING, AND MENTORING

 

2017                                                        Amar Shah, MD VCU Surgery Resident, CRS Fellowship Application

 

2017                                                        Krista Terracino, MD VCU Surgery Resident, CRS Fellowship Application

 

2017               Gio Guiulfo, MD VCU Surgery Resident, Residency and research advisor

 

2015              Michael Huck, MD Wake Forest Surgery Resident, CRS Fellowship Application

and research advisor; Current position: CRS Fellow

 

2014-2016              Thesis Committee, Elie Zakhem PhD Candidate Molecular Medicine and Translational Sciences; Current Position: Postdoc

 

2014-2015              Emily Lagergren, MD Wake Forest Surgery Resident, Research advisor

              Current Position: Vascular Fellow Emory Univ.

 

2014-2015              Chris Bourean, MD Wake Forest Medical Student, Research advisor

              Current Position: Anesthesia Resident Wake Forest

                           

2012-2015              David Hiller, MD Wake Forest Surgery Resident, CRS Fellowship Application

and research advisor; Current Position: CRS private practice

 

2012-2013                                          Vivian Hathuc, DO Wake Forest Pathology Resident, Research advisor

                                                        Current Position: Pathology Faculty Univ of Michigan

 

2012-2014                                          Margeaux Mustian, MD Wake Forest Medical Student, Residency Application

                                                        and research advisor; Current Position: General Surgery Resident Univ. of Alabama

 

2011-2013                                          Natalie Banks, MD Wake Forest Medical Student, Residency Application

                                                        and research advisor; Current Position: General Surgery Resident INOVA

 

2009-2011                                          Teresa deBeche-Adams, MD Oschner Clinic General Surgery Resident,

                                                        CRS Fellowship and research advisor; Current Position: Florida Hospital

Medical Group

 

 

 

 

PUBLICATIONS

 

Peer Reviewed Publications: (*mentee)

 

  1. Kelley JL, and Petry NM. HIV risk behaviors in male substance abusers with and without antisocial personality disorder. J of Substance Abuse Treatment 2000; 19:59-66.

 

  1. Smith RL, Bohl JK, McElearney ST, Friel CM, Barclay MM, Sawyer RG, Foley EF. Wound infection after elective colorectal resection. Ann Surg 2004 May; 239(5):599–607.

 

  1. Petry NM, Ammerman Y, Bohl J, Doersch A, Gay H, Kadden R, Molina C, Steinberg K. Cognitive-behavioral therapy for pathological gamblers. J Consult Clin Psychol. 2006 Jun; 74(3):555-67. 

 

  1. Bohl JL, Dossett LA, Grau AM. Gastroduodenal artery pseudoaneurysm associated with hemosuccus pancreaticus and obstructive jaundice. J Gastrointest Surg 2007 Dec;11(12):1752-4.

 

  1. H. deBeche-Adams T*, Bohl JL. Rectovaginal Fistulas. Clin Colon Rectal Surg 2010; 23:99-103.

 

  1. Bohl JL.  Hereditary Colon and Rectal Cancer. Clin Colon Rectal Surg. 2012 Jun;25(2):61-62.

 

  1. Hiller DJ*, Waters GS, Bohl JL. Incidence and operative excision of pre-sacral masses: an institutional analysis. Am Surg 2015;81(12):1237-9.

 

  1. Bohl JL, Huck M*. Colonic Polyps: Diagnosis and Surveillance. Clinics in Colon & Rectal Surgery   2016;29(3): in press.

 

  1. Bohl JL, Zakhem E*, Bitar KN. Successful Treatment of Passive Fecal Incontinence in an Animal Model Using Engineered BioSphincters: A 12 Month Follow-Up Study. Stem Cells Translational Medicine 2017; 6:1795-1802.

 

  1. Hiller DJ*, Bohl JL, Zeller KA. Robotic rectopexy for rectal prolapse in pediatric patients. Am Surg 2017 Dec 1;83(12):1386-1389.

 

  1. Zakhem, E., Bohl, J. L., Tamburrini, R., Dadhich, P. & Bitar, K. N. Restoration of Fecal Continence in a Large Animal Model: Long Term Follow-up. Tissue Eng. Part A 23, S8 (2017).

 

  1. Dadhich P, Bohl JL, Tamburrini R, et al. BioSphincters to treat fecal incontinence in nonhuman primates. Submitted.

 

 

BOOK CHAPTERS: (*mentee)

 

  1. Bohl JL, Saleeby RG, Herline AJ. Acute hemorrhoidal crisis. Semin Colon Rectal Surg 2007 Sept; 18(3): 197-201.

 

  1. Bohl JL, Muldoon RL. Fecal Incontinence:Evaluation; in Sands LR and Sands DR. (Ed.) Ambulatory Colorectal Surgery. New York, NY; Informa Healthcare USA Inc, 2009.

 

  1. Bohl JL, Herline AJ. Surgery and nonoperative therapy of anal fissure; in Whitlow CW et al (Ed.) Improved Outcomes in Colon and Rectal Surgery. London, England; Informa Healthcare UK Inc, 2010.

 

  1. Bohl JL. Timmcke A. Diagnostic Evaluations-Radiology, Nuclear scans, PET, CT Colography; in Wolff BG et al. (Ed.) The ASCRS Textbook of Colon and Rectal Surgery, 2nd edition, New York, NY; Springer, 2011

 

 

BOOK CHAPTERS (continued): (*mentee)

 

  1. Kostantinos V. Bohl, JL. Low Anterior Rectal Resection and Total Mesorectal Excision/Colo-anal Anastomosis: Open Technique. In Mulholland MW (Ed.) Operative Techniques in Surgery, Wolters-Kluwer, 2015.

 

  1. Bohl JL, Sobba K*. Indications and options for surgery in ulcerative colitis. Surg Clin North Am. 2015 Dec;95(6):1211-32.

 

  1. Bohl JL and Farkas LM. Segmental vs. subtotal colectomy in HNPCC. CREST (Colon and Rectal Education System Template). www.fascrs.org August 14, 2017.

 

  1. Farkas LM and Bohl JL. Lynch syndrome: an update. CREST (Colon and Rectal Education System Template). www.fascrs.org October 10, 2017.

 

POSTERS AND PRESENTATIONS: (*mentee)

 

  1. Bohl JL, Collier BC, Donahue RMJ, Morris JA, Miller RS. Trauma Readmissions as a Quality Indicator: Dirty Laundry or Inevitable Truth? International Surgical Society, Montreal, Quebec August 2007.

 

  1. Bohl JL, Sturgeon D, Rao GG, Wise PE. HNPCC and endometrioid cancer: case report and review of the literature. Collaborative Group of the Americas on Inherited Colorectal Cancer, San Diego, CA Oct 2007.

 

  1. Bohl JL, Isbell JM, Wise PE, Muldoon RL, Herline AJ. Defining the surgical trainees' learning curve for laparoscopic colorectal resection. American Society of Colon and Rectal Surgery, Boston, MA June 2008.

 

  1. Bohl JL, Ricciardi R, Marcello P, Read TE, Coller J, Schoetz D, Robert P. The Aging Ileoanal Pouch: Does the Pouch Keep Up With the Patient? American College of Surgeons, Chicago, IL Oct 2009.

 

  1. Hamby BA, Cordova JM, Beck DE, Bohl JL, Hicks TC, Timmcke AE, Whitlow CB and Margolin DA. Predictors of morbidity and mortality after palliative resection in asymptomatic stage IV colorectal cancer. American Society of Colon and Rectal Surgery, Vancouver, British Columbia, May 2011.

 

  1. Bohl JL, Green H, Connolly S, Davis N. Can we identify patients at risk for Lynch syndrome outside a hereditary registry? Collaborative Group of the Americas on Inherited Colorectal Cancer, Montreal, Quebec October 2011.

 

  1. Banks N*, Hathuc V*, Laudadio J, Hiller D, Hurt G, McWilliams L, Waters G, Bohl JL Does rarity of cholangiocarcinoma imply increased rates of Lynch syndrome? American Society of Colon and Rectal Surgery, Phoenix AZ May 2013.

 

  1. Hiller DJ*, Tian K, Waters GS, Bohl JL. Incidence and operative excision of pre-sacral masses: an institutional analysis. Southeastern Surgical Congress, Savannah, GA Feb 2014.

 

  1. Hathuc VM*, Harrison W, Valente KM, Stogner-Underwood K, Bohl JL. Tissue microarray technology in universal screening of Lynch syndrome. College of American Pathologists. Chicago, IL Sept 2014.

 

  1. Bitar KN, Bohl JL, Fortunato JE, Somera S, Raghavan S, Zakhem E, Rego SL, Koch K. In situ implantation of autologous BioSphincter re-instates continence in a large animal model of passive fecal incontinence. Digestive Disease Week. Washington DC, May 2015.

 

  1. Lagergren ER*, Bourean C*, Reynolds JW, Jaffe JD, Russell G, Waters G, Bohl JL. Effect of Exparel® TAP Infiltration on Postoperative Outcomes after Laparoscopic Colectomy. American Society of Colon and Rectal Surgery. Boston, MA May 2015.

 

POSTERS AND PRESENTATIONS: (*mentee) (continued)

 

  1. Bohl JL, Zakhem E, Bitar KN. Successful Treatment of Passive Fecal Incontinence in an Animal Model Using Engineered BioSphincters: A 12 Month Follow-Up Study. American Society of Colon and Rectal Surgery. Los Angeles, CA. May 2016.

 

  1. Bohl JL, Zakhem E, Bitar KN. Successful Treatment of Passive Fecal Incontinence in an Animal Model Using Engineered BioSphincters: A 12 Month Follow-Up Study.  The Association of Coloproctology of Great Britain and Ireland. Bournemouth, England. July 2017.

 

  1. Dadhich P, Bohl JL, Tamburrini R, Zakhem E, Cline JM, Mitchell E, Bitar KN. Integration of smooth muscle and neural progenitor cells as part of the implanted biosphincters for treatment of fecal incontinence. Digestive Disease Week. San Diego, CA. May 18, 2019

 

  1. Dadhich P, Bohl JL, Tamburrini R, et al. BioSphincters to treat fecal incontinence in nonhuman primates. Digestive Disease Week. San Diego, CA. May 18, 2019

 

  1. Cohen BL, Fleshner P, Kane SV, Hefarth HH, Palekar N, Farraye FA, Leighton JA, Katz JA, Cohen RD, Gerich ME, Cross R, Higgins PDR, Tinsley A, Glover S, Siegel CA, Bohl JL, Iskandar H, Raymond S, Huang R, Suarezfarinas M, Sands BE. Anti-tumor necrosis factor therapy is not associated with post-operative infection: Results from Prospective Cohort of Ulcerative Colitis and Crohn’s Disease Patients Undergoing Surgery to Identify Risk Factors for Post-Operative INfection I (PUCCINI). Digestive Disease Week. San Diego, CA. May 2019

 

INVITED PRESENTATIONS

 

NATIONAL:

 

  1. Ask the doctor about an Ileostomy. United Ostomy Associations of America.

New Orleans, LA. August 6, 2009.

 

  1. Difficult to remove colonic polyps: EMR, ESD and Surgery? Digestive Disease Week.

New Orleans, LA May 5, 2010.

 

  1. A new decade of war: fighting polyps and colon cancer in the 40’s. Piedmont Society of Colon and Rectal Surgeons. Jekyll Island, GA. August 7, 2010.

 

  1. Complicated diverticulitis. Laparoscopic Skills Course. American College of Surgeons

Washington D.C. October 3-4, 2010.

 

  1. Less is more: segmental colectomy in HNPCC patients. Collaborative Group of the Americas on Inherited Colorectal Cancer Dallas, TX. November 10, 2010.

 

  1. Unresectable stage IV colon cancer: Have we forgotten the primary? Perspectives in Oncology New Orleans, LA November 14, 2010.

 

  1. Laparoscopic Simulation Course American Society of Colon and Rectal Surgery

Vancouver, BC May 16, 2011.

 

  1. MYH associated polyposis: surgical management. Collaborative Group of the Americas on Inherited Colorectal Cancer Boston, MA October 28, 2012.

 

  1. Hemorrhoids: New Gimmicks and Gadgets, Ten Hot Topics in General Surgery. American College of Surgeons San Francisco, CA October 30, 2014.

 

 

INVITED PRESENTATIONS

 

REGIONAL:

 

  1. A new decade of war: fighting polyps and colon cancer in the 40’s. Piedmont Society of Colon and Rectal Surgeons. Jekyll Island, GA August 7, 2010

 

  1. Unresectable stage IV colon cancer: Have we forgotten the primary? Perspectives in Oncology New Orleans, LA November 14, 2010

 

  1. Transanal Endoscopic Microsurgery (TEM): Local excision of rectal cancer? Watuga Medical Society. Boone, NC September 16, 2013

 

  1. Hereditary Colon and Rectal Cancer: Is it the needle in the haystack? Wake Forest GI Oncology Symposium. Winston Salem, NC. October 25, 2013

 

  1. Anorectal Disease for the Gastroenterologist: Acute Anal Pain. American Society Gastrointestinal Endoscopy, NC. Pinehurst Feb 28, 2015

 

  1. Defining Quality in Surgery for IBD. 22nd Annual Virginia Liver Symposium & Update in Gastroenterology Richmond, VA. March 24, 2018.

 

  1. Colon cancer Screening. Virginia Section of the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists. Richmond, VA. October 12, 2018.