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Dr. Giblin is the current breast surgical oncology fellow at AAMC Breast Center. She received a BA in biological sciences at the State University of New York at Binghamton. She completed her medical education at the State University of New York at Syracuse. Her general surgery residency was done at the TUFTS/Baystate Medical Center in Springfield, Massachusetts. Following her general surgery residency, she went on to complete a residency in cardiothoracic surgery at the Medical University of South Carolina. Prior to the breast surgical oncology fellowship at AAMC, Dr. Giblin was practicing general thoracic surgery and general surgery in Massachusetts.
Specialized surgical training is part of the AAMC Breast Center Fellowship. AAMC is one of only 35 locations in the nation to offer a dedicated Breast Fellowship program. Board-eligible general surgeons who apply from around the country are selected by a review committee to complete specialty training in breast surgery for a year with AAMC breast surgeons. As a fellow at the AAMC Breast Center, surgeons gain experience in a variety of areas, including breast pathology, oncology, radiation treatment and lymphedema. Their specialized breast training involves rotating through these subspecialties, working with patients, performing procedures and experiencing other aspects of an always evolving curriculum. The surgeons are also involved in leadership training adapted from business models.
This program brings talented physicians trained in all aspects of breast care in contact with our patients. Their enthusiasm, fresh ideas and perspective contribute to the Breast Center’s programs, patient care and expertise.