Dr. Suhail Sharif is a board-certified surgeon and a fellowship-trained surgical oncologist in the Dallas/Fort Worth area in Texas. He specializing in the surgical management of advanced colorectal, hepatobiliary, pancreatic, melanoma/sarcoma, breast, and GI tract malignancies, Dr. Sharif also performs advanced loco-regional pancreatic and hepatic therapy for primary and metastatic malignancies, along with management of carcinomatosis with intraperitoneal hyperthermic chemoperfusion therapy. Dr. Sharif is an Assistant Professor of Surgery at Texas Christian University in Fort Worth, TX. Currently, he is also the Medical Director of the National Pancreas Foundation, North Texas Division, and the Medical Director of Surgical Oncology at Medical City Fort Worth and Baylor All Saints Medical Center. Dr. Sharif believes that educating the next generation of scholars and doctors is paramount for the future of medicine. His vision has not only been limited to educating aspiring new physicians in the DFW area but also has led him to educate peers and colleagues from around the world. Dr. Sharif has participated in multiple medical missions throughout the world. He has been to Yemen twice and to Sierra Leone, Lebanon, Gaza Strip in Palestine, and most recently Uganda.