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Dr. Clifton Hancock

Dr Clifton Hancock
Orthopedic Spine Surgeon

– Contact us –

(BEAUMONT)
6025 Metropolitan Drive Suite 205 / Beaumont / TX 77706

(SURGERY CENTER)
950 N 11th Street / Beaumont / TX 77702

(BEAUMONT)
Phone: 409-234-7088
Fax: 409-898-0177

(SURGERY CENTER)
Phone: 409-299-5281
Fax: 844-873-4788

 

chancock@spineTECH.com

EDUCATIONS & QUALIFICATIONS –

° Spine Fellowship Training, Texas Back Institute Texas Back Institute 6020 W. Parker Rd. #200 Plano, TX 75093 (972)608-5148 August 2016 – 2017
° Penn State Hershey, Milton S. Hershey Medical Center, Hershey PA Orthopedic Surgical Residency Current Level of Training: 5th year Resident July 2011- Present
° University of Colorado Health Science Center, Denver MD/MBA (5 year program) Date of Graduation: May 2011 MD/MBA – May 2011
° University of Colorado, Colorado Springs MS, Biology Date of Graduation: May 2006 Thesis: Mitochondrial Calcium Signaling and Apoptosis in CD4 T-cells MS-May 2006
° University of Colorado, Colorado Springs BA, Biology Date of Graduation: May 2004 BA- May 2004
° Trinity University, San Antonio, Texas Undergraduate Studies in Biology (2000-2002) Date of Transfer: May 2002

EXPERIENCE

8/2017 – Present
Brain and Spine Center of Southeast Texas, LLP
Beaumont, Texas

8/2016 – 8/2017
Texas Back Institute Spine Fellow: Operative and perioperative care of orthopedic patients within the context of an ACGME accredited spine fellowship program Plano, Texas

7/2011 – 6/2016
Penn State Hershey, Milton S. Hershey Medical Center 4th Year Resident, Orthopedics: Operative and perioperative care of orthopedic patients within the context of a residency education program Hershey, Pennsylvania

8/2004 – 5/2006
University of Colorado – Newell Lab – Center for Bioenergetics Lab Assistant: Preparation of stock solutions, samples for flow cytometry, work in mouse facility, minor remodeling/construction after flood of lab facilities

8/2004 – 5/2005
University of Colorado – Berry-Lowe Lab-Genetics Lab Assistant: Protein extraction and Western Blots, preparation of gels, PCR, lab maintenance

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PUBLICATIONS 

Clifton W. Hancock MS, MD, Mark J. Winston MD, Joel M. Bach PhD, Bradley S. Davidson PhD, Donald G. Eckhoff MS, MD “Cylindrical Axis, Not Epicondyles, Approximates Perpendicular to Knee Axes” CORR July , 2013; Volume 471 Issue 7

Clifton W. Hancock “The Mitochondrial Effects of T-cell Activation and T-cell Co-stimulation” Thesis (M.S.), University of Colorado, Colorado Springs, 2006

IN REVIEW / TO EDITOR Book Chapter: Clifton Clifton W. Hancock MS, MD, MBA and Richarg Guyer MD “Surgical Options for Back Pain” Orthopaedic Knowledge Update Spine 5th Edition

PRESENTATIONS Mark J. Winston MD, Clifton W. Hancock MS, MD, Joel M. Bach PhD, Bradley S. Davidson PhD, Donald G. Eckhoff MS, MD “Difference Between Transepicondylar Line and Cylindrical Axes of the Knee Relative to Femoral and Tibial Mechanical Axes.” Poster presentation at Orthopedic Research Society, Las Vegas 2009