Gastrointestinal Surgery, Skin and Soft Tissue Tumors, Appendix Cancer, Peritoneal Mesothelioma, Heated Intraperitoneal Chemotherapy (HIPEC) and Peritoneal Disease
I am very excited to join the department of surgical oncology at Fox Chase Cancer Center.
Growing up in the NY/NJ/PA area, I completed my general surgery training at NYU/Bellevue Hospital where I had exposure to a wide range of cancer pathology in a diverse and complex patient population. I also completed a two-year research fellowship where I studied the immune mechanisms of pancreatic and liver carcinogenesis and developed an interest in translating basic science into clinical practice.
I then went on to complete my surgical oncology fellowship at Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey, the state’s only NCI-designated cancer center. I have had extensive training in both open and minimally invasive techniques for a wide variety of gastrointestinal and hepatobiliary cancers, peritoneal surface malignancies, and skin/soft tissues tumors. My clinical research focuses on understanding the biology of cancer metastasis and dormancy and the use of biomarkers for clinical trial development.
It is truly a privilege to take care of cancer patients. As a former competitive swimmer, I greatly enjoy and understand the importance of a multidisciplinary team approach to oncology treatment. I strive to develop personalized treatment plans for my patients and take pride in being a strong patient advocate, good listener, and effective communicator. I am thrilled to be part of the Fox Chase team!
Fellow, Complex General Surgical Oncology, Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey, Division of Surgical Oncology, New Brunswick, NJ, 2017-19
General Surgery Residency, New York University School of Medicine, Department of Surgery, New York Langone Medical Center, Bellevue Hospital, Manhattan VA Hospital, New York, NY, 2010-17
Postdoctoral Research Fellow, S. Arthur Localio Laboratory, New York University School of Medicine, Department of Surgery, 2012-14
MD, Rutgers, Robert Wood Johnson Medical School (formerly UMDNJ), Piscataway, NJ, 2010
BA Classic-Latin, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, 2005
American Board of Surgery
Association for Academic Surgery
Association of Women Surgeons
Society of Surgical Oncology
American College of Surgeons
Society for Surgery of the Alimentary Tract
Honors & Awards
NYU Resident Research Award, 2017
Americas Hepato-Pancreato-Biliary Association (AHPBA)- Research Award – ($30,000 grant for Physiology/Biology), 2013
Summer Research Fellowship, Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, 2006
Cum laude Classics Graduate, Harvard University, 2005
Hasan OB, Greco SH, Kennedy T, Carpizo D, Kempf J, Nosher JL. Aberrant Arc Between the Common Hepatic Artery and a Replaced Right Hepatic Artery Resulting in Misperfusion in a Patient with a Hepatic Arterial Infusion Pump. Surgical and Radiologic Anatomy (accepted).
Greco SH, Torres-Hernandez A, Kalabin A, Whiteman C, Rokosh R, Ravirala S, Ochi A, Gutierrez J, Salyana MA, Mani VR, Nagaraj SV, Deutsch M, Seifert L, Daley D, Barilla R, Hundeyin M, Nikifrov Y, Tejada K, Gelb BE, Katz SC, Miller G. Mincle Signaling Promotes Con A Hepatitis. J Immunol. 2016 Oct 1;197(7):2816-2.
Seifert L, Werba G, Tiwari S, Giao Ly NN, Alothman S, Alqunaibit D, Avanzi A, Barilla R, Daley D, Greco SH, Torres-Hernandez A, Pergamo M, Ochi A, Zambirinis CP, Pansari M, Rendon M, Tippens D, Hundeyin M, Mani VR, Hajdu C, Engle D, Miller G. The necrosome promotes pancreatic oncogenesis via CXCL1 and Mincle-induced immune suppression. Nature. 2016 Apr 14;532(7598):245-9.
Greco SH, Mahmood SK, Vahle AK, Ochi A, Batel J, Deutsch M, Barilla R, Seifert L, Pachter HL, Daley D, Torres-Hernandez A, Hundeyin M, Mani VR, Miller G. Mincle suppresses Toll-like receptor 4 activation. J Leukoc Biol. 2016 Jul;100(1):185-94.
Siefert L, Deutsch M, Alothman S, Alqunaibit D, Werba G, Pansari M, Pergamo M, Ochi A, Torres-Hernandez A, Levie E, Tippens D, Greco SH, Tiwari S, Giao Ly NN, Eisenthal A, Van Heerden E, Avanzi A, Barilla R, Zambirinis CP, Rendon M, Daley D, Pachter HL, Hajdu C, Miller G. Dectin-1 Regulates Hepatic Fibrosis and Hepatocarcinogenesis by Suppressing TLR4 Signaling Pathways. Cell Reports. 2015 Dec 1;13(9):1909-21.
Zambirinis CP, Levie E, Nguy S, Avanzi A, Barilla R, Xu Y, Siefert L, Daley D, Greco SH, Deutsch M, Jonnadula S, Torres-Hernandez A, Tippens D, Pushalkar S, Eisenthal A, Saxena D, Ahn J, Hajdu C, Engle DD, Tuveson D, Miller G. TLR9 Ligation in Pancreatic Stellate Cells Promotes Tumorigenesis. Journal of Experimental Medicine. 2015 Nov 16;212(12):2077-94.
Greco SH*, Tomkötter L*, Vahle A-K*, et al: TGF-β Blockade Reduces Mortality and Metabolic Changes in a Validated Murine Model of Pancreatic Cancer Cachexia. PLoS ONE. 2015 Jul 14;10(7):e0132786.
Deutsch M, Graffeo CS, Rokosh R, Pansari M, Ochi A, Levie EM, Van Heerden E, Tippens DM, Greco S, Barilla R, Tomkötter L, Zambirinis CP, Avanzi N, Gulati R, Pachter HL, Torres-Hernandez A, Eisenthal A, Daley D, Miller G. Divergent effects of RIP1 or RIP3 blockade in murine models of acute liver injury. Cell death and disease 015 May 7;6:e1759.
Rao R, Graffeo CS, Gulati R, Jamal M, Narayan S, Zambirinis CP, Barilla R, Deutsch M, Greco SH, Ochi A, Tomkötter L, Blobstein R, Avanzi A, Tippens DM, Gelbstein Y, Van Heerden E, Miller G. Interleukin 17-Producing gammadelta T Cells Promote Hepatic Regeneration in Mice. Gastroenterology. 2014 Aug;147(2):473-84.
Rehman A, Hemmert KC, Ochi A, Jamal M, Henning JR, Barilla R, Quesada JP, Zambirinis CP, Tang K, Ego-Osuala M, Rao RS, Greco S, Deutsch M, Narayan S, Pachter HL, Graffeo CS, Acehan D, Miller G. Greco S, Ego-Osuala M, Bin-Saeed U, Rao RS, Badar S, Quesada JP, Acehan D, Miller G. Role of Fatty-acid Synthesis in Dendritic Cell Generation and Function. J Immunol. 2013 May 1;190(9):4640-9.
Henning JR, Graffeo CS, Rehman A, Fallon NC, Zambirinis CP, Ochi A, Barilla R, Jamal M, Deutsch M, Greco S, Ego-Osuala M, Bin-Saeed U, Rao RS, Badar S, Quesada JP, Acehan D, Miller G. Dendritic cells limit fibro-inflammatory injury in NASH. Hepatology. 2013 Aug;58(2):589-602.
Zambirinis P, Ochi A, Barilla R, Greco S, Deutsch M, Miller G. Induction of TRIF- or MYD88-dependent pathways perturbs cell cycle regulation in pancreatic cancer. Cell Cycle. 2013 Apr 15;12(8):1153-4.
Ochi A, Graffeo CS, Zambirinis CP, Rehman A, Hackman M, Fallon N, Barilla RM, Henning JR, Jamal M, Rao R, Greco S, Deutsch M, Medina-Zea MV, Bin Saeed U, Ego-Osuala MO, Hajdu C, Miller G. Toll-like receptor 7 regulates pancreatic carcinogenesis in mice and humans. J Clin Invest 2012 Nov;122(11):4118-29.
Greco SH, Nellans K, Levine WN: Lateral epicondylitis – Open vs arthroscopic. Op Tech Orthop 2009 Oct; 19(4): 228–234.
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4.9 / 5.0
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Spends enough time with you
12 patient comments
March 18, 2022
Kind and thoughtful.
March 12, 2022
Very caring group of Dr and nurses.
March 4, 2022
I am a new patient to DR Greco and everything went extremely well, receiving excellent care.
November 23, 2021
I had wonderful care.
September 24, 2021
This was my first experience with FoxChase and I was very pleased with my experience
August 10, 2021
I'm very happy that I transferred to Fox Chase Cancer Center. Doctors and nurses are very helpful, knowledgeable, and nice. I'm very comfortable with scheduling appoints.
August 6, 2021
Dr Stephanie Greco and her oncology fellow were very good! Dr Greco called me after a tumor board meeting with the results of discussing my case with colleagues. She is excellent!
June 8, 2021
Dr. Greco was very sensitive and informative to my diagnosis - very carefully explaining the possible treatments so I understood fully.
June 1, 2021
Dr. Greco is a melanoma surgeon and my sense is that my situation was serious but not scary serious. The only comment I have that could be construed as negative is that no one told me what would happen after surgery. So, having never been in this situation before, was oozing normal? Was swelling normal? How much, etc. I did call twice post-op and had positive phone conversations with people - nurse? PA? I don't know. So, who is responsible for after care info? At my 6 month check up, I said the incision "stings & aches at times." Dr. Greco said that could happen for a year or more. How would I know that? Maybe it's not her role to give me all that info. Maybe one of her assistant is supposed to. More post-op info would be helpful. Thanks. [...]
May 4, 2021
I had great experience with operation on [...] from Dr. Greco. Thank you very much to her.