Wigfield has vast experience in a wide range of diseases, including mesothelioma, mediastinal and pleural conditions, chest wall tumors and defects. He has strong interest in minimally invasive procedures, including video and robotic-assisted procedures.
“My philosophy of care is simple,” he said. “My profession is a privilege, and I strongly emphasize the service commitment to care to achieve the best outcomes for patients. And that is only done in the setting of good collaboration and teamwork.”
His clinical research has focused on lung transplantation. He has studied the impact of donor and procurement-related topics, along with regenerative tissue support in thoracic surgery. He mentors residents and post-doctoral medical students in research and clinical settings.
Wigfield graduated from medical school at Freie Universität in Berlin, Germany.
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