About The Doctor

Dr. Bryan Burt

Mesothelioma Specialist , Assistant Professor of Surgery

As a mesothelioma patient, you deserve an expert surgeon who has an understanding of the disease to diagnose and treat you properly. Dr. Bryan Burt has trained under the guidance of some of the leading experts in the field, and he even served his residency under Dr. David Sugarbaker, a world-renowned pioneer of the industry who has a reputation for being an international leader in this field.

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Dr. Bryan Burt earned his medical degree from Weill Medical College of Cornell University. He completed his general surgery residency and his thoracic surgery fellowship at Harvard’s Brigham & Women’s Hospital.

Dr. Burt currently practices as a thoracic surgeon at Baylor College of Medicine, where he also serves as Associate Professor and Division Chief of General Thoracic Surgery and Director of General Thoracic Surgery Research.

Message of Hope

Dr. Bryan Burt prefers to perform video-assisted thoracoscopic surgery because it has a shorter recovery period.

Clinical Interests

Some of Dr. Burt’s special areas of interest include the asbestos-related cancers of mesothelioma and lung cancer. He prefers minimally invasive surgical techniques such as video-assisted thoracoscopic surgery (VATS) and robotic surgery over open chest surgery. VATS requires only several small incisions, making it a lower-risk and less painful alternative to open chest surgery. Dr. Burt also prefers to perform VATS because it has a shorter recovery period.

Compassion for Those Who Need It

Dr. Burt values the importance of providing his patients with compassionate care. He understands the many challenges that come along with a diagnosis of mesothelioma, one of the rarest and most aggressive forms of cancer. He feels it is an honor to help those in dire need of his skills.

When faced with a diagnosis of an asbestos-related cancer like mesothelioma or lung cancer, it is crucial to find the right treatment right away. Contact Dr. Bryan Burt today.

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