Dr. Ceppa is the Associate Program Director for both the General Surgery Residency program and the Hepato-Pancreato-Biliary Surgery Fellowship at Indiana University School of Medicine.
Dr. Ceppa completed his undergraduate degree in 1999 and his medical degree in 2003 both at Johns Hopkins; completed his general surgery residency in 2010 at Duke University, a 7 year span that included a 2-year research fellowship at the University of California, San Francisco; completed a minimally invasive surgery fellowship in 2011, also at Duke; and then completed a hepato-pancreato-biliary (aka HPB) surgery fellowship in 2012, at Indiana University, where he remains today as faculty.
Dr. Ceppa is dedicated to the mentorship of medical students in career choices in surgery and research having been the recipient of the Appleseed Medical Student Teaching Award while at Duke and then the General Surgery Medical Student teaching Award while at Indiana.
All the while, Dr. Ceppa has been voted Top Doctors by the Indianapolis Monthly and authored 60 peer-reviewed publications, 21 book chapters, and taken part in 70 posters, presentations, and surgical video tutorials.
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