About Jean Miner, MD, FACS

 

Dr. Jean Miner began her medical career at the Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center, where she completed a surgical internship, surgical residency, and was the Administrative Chief Resident. She then completed a minimally invasive surgery fellowship with Florida Hospital. Dr. Miner is licensed and board certified by the American Board of Surgery. She is currently the Chair of the Graduate Medical Education Annual Institutional Review (AIR) Committee with Florida Hospital and the Chapter Advisor for the UCF Association of Women Surgeons Student Chapter.

Dr. Miner has held numerous academic and hospital appointments. She is currently an Attending Surgeon with Florida Hospital, Clinical Assistant Professor of Surgery with Florida State University School of Medicine, and Clinical Assistant Professor of Surgery with the UCF College of Medicine. Dr. Miner is a student mentor with the UCF College of Medicine and a resident mentor with the Florida Hospital General Surgery Residency. She is also a Surgical Endoscopy Peer Reviewer and an American Journal of Surgery Peer Reviewer.

In 2014, the Florida Hospital General Surgery Residency Program listed Dr. Miner as Attending of the Year. She was awarded the Excellence in Teaching Award for Best Surgery Clerkship Teacher in 2013, 2014, and 2015 with the UCF College of Medicine. In 2006, while with the Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center, Dr. Miner was presented with the Professor’s Award for Overall Excellence in Clinical Performance and the James Rives Medical Society Award.

 

Recent Publications and Presentations

 

Peer Reviewed Articles

  1. Goldberg L, Pollock S, Miner J. Laparoscopic Repair of Subxiphoid Hernia Following Omental Flap Reconstruction of Anterior Chest Wall: A case report and literature review. Case Reports of JSLS. August 10, 2015.
  2. Purdy-Payne E, Miner J, Foles VB, and Tran T. The Endothelialized Muscularis Mucosae: A Case Report Describing a Large Cavernous Hemangioma at the Terminal Ileum and a New Histologic Clue for Preoperative Diagnosis from Endoscopic Biopsy. Case Reports in Gastrointestinal Medicine. Vol. 2015. Article ID 454836, 5 pages. 2015.

 

Abstracts and Presentations

  1. Miner, J. Getting Along With Fellow Residents – When It’s Okay To Be Bossy, When It’s Not. Women in Surgery Career Symposium. Orlando, FL. February 2016.
  2. Tawfik, J, Foles, VB, Miner, J. Single-Incision Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy: Safe, Fast, and Easy to Learn and Participate. Society of American Gastrointestinal Endoscopic Surgeons. 2013. (Oral Presentation)
  3. Tawfik, J, Foles, VB, Miner, J. Single-Incision Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy: Safe, Fast, and Easy to Learn and Participate. SLIC Summit. Miami, FL. Jan. 2012. (Oral Presentation)
  4. Fung, J. Hurricane Katrina: A Resident’s Perspective. American College of Surgeons Clinical Congress. October 2006. (Oral Presentation)
  5. Larach, S and Fung, J. Laparoscopy in 2006. Cleveland Clinic Colon & Rectal Conference. September 2006. (Oral Presentation)
  6. Larach, S and Fung, J. Low Pelvic Tumors. Cleveland Clinic Colon & Rectal Conference. September 2006. (Oral Presentation)
  7. Eschete, D, Duchesne, J, Jacome, T, Lund, K, Fung, J, Hunt, J, Marr, A, Weintraub, S. Enteric Fistulas Following Staged Laparotomy for Trauma. Trauma EAST. January 12, 2006. (Poster Presentation)