Beatrice Dionigi, MD
2015-2017 Elected Councilor of the Massachusetts Chapter of the American Collage of Surgeons
2015 Young Ambassador of Massachusetts Chapter of the American Collage of Surgeons Italian Chapter of ACS
2015 Joseph Murray Resident Research Award - Massachusetts Chapter of the American Collage of Surgeons
2015 Manfred Hausmann Travel Award- International Fetal Medicine and Surgical Society Meeting
22th Annual Basic Science Award - New England Surgical Society
2014 Joseph Murray Resident Research Award - Massachusetts Chapter of the American Collage of Surgeons
2014 Poster of distinction - Massachusetts Chapter of the American Collage of Surgeons
2014 Annual Starr Poster Resident Competition Award - Association of Women Surgeons
2014 John Caffey Award - The Society of Pediatric Radiology
2013 Resident travel award and best podium presentation - 42nd International Symposium Austria
2013 Best podium presentation - 42nd International Symposium in Obergurgl, Austria
2013 Best poster presentation - 9th Annual Symposium Boston Children's
Dr. Dionigi obtained her Medical Degree with honors from the University of Pavia, Italy. After a surgical internship at NYPH Cornell Medical Center in New York, she completed her general surgery residency at the Brigham and Women’s Hospital Harvard Medical School in Boston. During this time, she also did a two-year translational research fellowship related to amniotic fluid-derived mesenchymal stem cells at Boston Children Hospital. She then completed a colon and rectal surgery fellowship at the Salvati Fellowship Program at Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson in New Jersey followed by two years as an advanced fellow in complex re-operative colorectal surgery at the Cleveland Clinic Foundation in Ohio.
As an Assistant in Clinical Surgery, Dr Dionigi is skilled in anorectal and abdominal procedures for the full spectrum of benign and malignant colorectal disease including anorectal disorders, pelvic floor conditions, diverticulitis, inflammatory bowel disease, polyposis (FAP) and colorectal cancer. She has a special interest in minimally invasive procedures as well as reoperative surgery for complex conditions.
Dr. Dionigi is the author of several publications and is a recipient of awards related to research.