Established by Alberto Peña, MD, the pioneer of the posterior sagittal anorectoplasty (PSARP) – also known as the pull-through procedure – our team of colorectal and urogenital surgeons approach research with the optimum future of patients in mind.
The International Center for Colorectal and Urogenital Care hosts the largest database of patients with congenital colorectal and urogenital conditions in the world. We are committed to advancing the field through continuous research on long-term follow up, surgical outcomes, prenatal diagnosis, reproductive and sexual function, as well as innovation.
Colorectal professional education videos
In these short videos, our experts offer insights into the advanced treatments and specialized clinical care they provide at our hospital.
Dr. Alberto Peña is a recipient of the 2018 Robert E. Gross Award for Excellence in Pediatric Research and Achievement
Dr. Peña received the American Pediatric Surgical Association (APSA) Robert E. Gross Award for Excellence in Pediatric Research and Achievement. This award recognizes a seminal contribution by an individual who has made a major impact on pediatric surgery.
Dr. Peña's contributions have focused on improvements in medical and surgical care for patients suffering with anorectal malformations, cloacal malformations and a variety of other congenital anomalies of the pelvis and abdominal wall, Hirschsprung disease, and associated urological, gynecologic and other abdominopelvic malformations. He has also focused on the common problems of constipation, incontinence and other intestinal motility issues that often occur in children with these malformations.
Learn more about Dr. Alberto Peña's research.
What our colorectal surgery research means for kids
With a focus on surgical reconstruction and long-term outcomes of children born with colorectal and urogenital congenital problems and associated malformations, we not only implement the most advanced treatment of these conditions, but we educate and collaborate with providers around the world. This ongoing collaboration helps to ensure every child can have the best functional prognosis and improved quality of life.
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