Research Group: iGO – Health Technology Assessment in Gastrointestinal Oncology
Thematic Line: TL2 – Clinical & Translational Research addresses
Hub: Faculdade de Ciências Médicas da Universidade Nova de Lisboa
Research Areas: Gastroenterology and Hepatology, Surgery, Instruments and Instrumentation
updated on 19/03/2018
Jorge Canena is a member of the research group iGO – Thematic Line 2 – Clinical and Translational Research.
He graduated in Medicine from the Nova Medical School of the Nova University of Lisbon and earned his Doctoral Degree in Gastroenterology from the same institution.
He is a specialist in Gastroenterology and his research interests focus on the field of Diagnostic and Therapeutic Digestive Endoscopy.
He is a member of several international scientific associations, is part of the editorial team of several scientific journals and has authored about 40 articles in national and international journals, 15 book chapters and many oral and poster communications. Besides that, he has been awarded with 5 grants and 7 scientific prizes.
Currently, he coordinates the Endoscopic Retrograde Cholangiopancreatography Unit of the Pulido Valente Hospital. He is part of the clinical staff of the Hospital CUF Infante Santo, the Hospital Amadora-Sintra, and the Hospital dos Capuchos, and is a Professor of Gastroenterology at the Nova Medical School / Faculty of Medical Sciences of the Nova University of Lisbon.
TITLE: A non-randomized study in consecutive patients with postcholecystectomy refractory biliary leaks who were managed endoscopically with the use of multiple plastic stents or fully covered self-expandable metal stents (with videos)
AUTHORS: Jorge Canena ; Manuel Liberato; Liliane Meireles; Ines Marques; Carlos Romao; Antonio Pereira Coutinho; Beatriz Costa Neves; Pedro Mota Veiga;
SOURCE: GASTROINTESTINAL ENDOSCOPY, VOLUME: 82, ISSUE: 1, PUBLISHED: 2015
TITLE: Predictive value of cholangioscopy after endoscopic management of early postcholecystectomy bile duct strictures with an increasing number of plastic stents: a prospective study (with videos)
AUTHORS: Jorge Canena ; Manuel Liberato; Antonio Pereira Coutinho; Ines Marques; Carlos Romao; Pedro Mota Veiga; Beatriz Costa Neves;
SOURCE: GASTROINTESTINAL ENDOSCOPY, VOLUME: 79, ISSUE: 2, PUBLISHED: 2014
TITLE: Short-term stenting using fully covered self-expandable metal stents for treatment of refractory biliary leaks, postsphincterotomy bleeding, and perforations
AUTHORS: Jorge Canena ; Manuel Liberato; David Horta; Carlos Romao; Antonio Coutinho;
SOURCE: SURGICAL ENDOSCOPY AND OTHER INTERVENTIONAL TECHNIQUES, VOLUME: 27, ISSUE: 1, PUBLISHED: 2013
TITLE: Endoscopic stenting for hilar cholangiocarcinoma: efficacy of unilateral and bilateral placement of plastic and metal stents in a retrospective review of 480 patients
AUTHORS: Manuel Jose A Antunes Liberato; Jorge Manuel T Tavares Canena ;
SOURCE: BMC GASTROENTEROLOGY, VOLUME: 12, ISSUE: 1, PUBLISHED: 2012