Anita Chow, MDPhysician
- American Board of Surgery
- Breast Surgical Oncology
- General Surgery
Areas of Expertise
- Abscess Fluid Incision and Drainage
- Breast Biopsy
- Breast Surgery including Reconstruction and Mastectomy
- Excision of Tumors and Lesions
- Lymph Node Dissections, Biopsy or Excision
Internship and Residency
North Shore-Long Island Jewish Health System
Breast Surgical Oncology
Great Neck, NY
Weill Cornell Medical College of Cornell University
Doctor of Medicine
New York, NY
Bachelor of Science
Hospitals Affiliated With
Baylor Scott and White All Saints Medical Center
Fort Worth Surgery Center
John Peter Smith Hospital
Texas Health Resources Harris Methodist Hospital
American College of Surgeons, Fellow
2006 – Present
American Society of Breast Surgeons
2006 – Present
Society of Surgical Oncology, Fellow
2002 – Present
Tarrant County Medical Society
Texas Medical Society
“Current approach to breast cancer.” Texas Medicine (2010): Ruxer R., Tomberline J., Chow A.
“Resveratrol inhibits rhabdomyosarcoma cell proliferation.” European Journal of Cancer Prevention (2005): Chow A.W., Murillo G., Yu C., van Breemen R.B., Boddie A.W., Pezzuto J.M., Das Gupta T.K., Mehta R.G.
“Incidental Gastrointestinal Malignancies Found during Exploration for AAA Repair-Which Operation to Perform? A Case Report and Review of the Literature” Scientific Exhibition at the American College of Surgeons (2002): Clinical Congress in San Francisco
“Human, Rat, and Mouse Metabolism of Resveratrol.” Pharmaceutical Research (2002): Yu C., Shin Y.G., Chow A., Li Y., Kosmeder J.W., Lee Y.S., Hirschelman W.H., Pezzuto J.M., Mehta R.G., van Breemen R.B.
Anita Chow, MD has been a practicing surgical oncologist since 2001. Dr. Chow obtained both her undergraduate degree and her medical degree from Cornell University. It was during her General Surgery training that she developed an interest in surgical oncology. Therefore, she pursued a fellowship with research in Surgical Oncology at the University of Illinois in Chicago after completing her General Surgery Residency in New York. During that period, she came to appreciate the complexity of cancer biology and its profound effect on those patients diagnosed and living with cancer. In order to devote more effort and time to take care of her patients, Dr. Chow currently limits her practice to the treatment of malignant and benign breast diseases.
Dr. Chow is a fellow of the American College of Surgeons, a fellow of the Society of Surgical Oncology, and a member of the American Society of Breast Surgeons. Outside of practicing medicine, Dr. Chow enjoys traveling, reading, and spending time and enjoying various cuisines with her family and friends.