Dr. Carey joined the Urology Treatment Center in 2006. He graduated from from Wofford College with a B.S. In chemistry and a B.A. in foreign languages. Following this he earned his Ph.D in Chemistry from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He was then awarded a National Institutes of Health Fellowship in the Department of Chemistry at Harvard University, and he served as an assistant professor at the Institute of Organic Chemistry at the University of Lausanne, Switzerland, and at the University of Georgia. He holds multiple patents for the automation of peptide and protein synthisis, using robotic systems.
Dr. Carey received his M.D. Degree at the Medical College of Georgia. His residency training in surgery and urology, and a fellowship in robotic surgery, laparoscopy, and endourology, were completed at the University of Miami in 2006.
A frequent lecturer on urologic oncology and a consulting editor for the Journal of Robotic Surgery, he trains other surgeons nationwide in the use of the da Vinci robotic surgical system.
Dr. Carey has received multiple awards for his research and is listed as a top surgeon for urological surgery in the Guide to America’s Top Surgeons, 2008 edition, published by the Consumer Research Council of America.
- Dr. Carey performs live surgery for the Southeastern Section of the American Urological Association meeting in Miami Beach March 2010.
- Dr. Carey is honored as one of Castle Connolly selected Sarasota’s Top Doctors as featured in Sarasota Magazine in June 2010.
- Dr. Carey and Rabbi Ed featured in Radius magazine.
- Dr. Carey featured in Scene Magazine.
- Dr. Carey receives First Prize at the World Congress of Endourology for his nephron-sparing treatment of kidney tumors using radiofrequency ablation. (Read More)
- Dr. Carey featured in General Surgery News (see page 13) for the use of real-time thermometry in treatment of renal tumors by radiofrequency ablation.
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