University of Wisconsin–Madison

Evie Carchman, MD, FACS

Assistant Professor

  • Division of Colorectal Surgery

carchman@surgery.wisc.edu
(608) 263-2521

Clinical Science Center
600 Highland Avenue
Madison, WI 53792-7375

Education

  • MD, Medical College of Virginia at Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA, 2006
  • General Surgery Residency, University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, Pittsburgh, PA, 2013
  • Colon and Rectal Surgery Fellowship, Cleveland Clinic, Cleveland, OH, 2014

Clinical Specialties

Dr. Evie Carchman is a fellowship-trained colon and rectal surgeon. She has special expertise in the treatment of colon cancer, rectal cancer, inflammatory bowel disease, benign conditions of colon, rectum, and anus, and endoscopic treatment of colonic disease. Dr. Carchman utilizes minimally invasive techniques including laparoscopic and single incision laparoscopic surgery for the treatment of colon and rectal disease.

Research Interests

Dr. Carchman’s research interests focus on the pathogenesis and treatment of anal cancer. She has special expertise in the treatment of colon cancer, rectal cancer, inflammatory bowel disease, benign conditions of colon, rectum, and anus, and endoscopic treatment of colonic disease. Dr. Carchman utilizes minimally invasive techniques including laparoscopic and single incision laparoscopic surgery for the treatment of colon and rectal disease.

Recent Publications

    • Genetic inhibition of autophagy in a transgenic mouse model of anal cancer.
    • Rademacher BL, Meske LM, Matkowskyj KA, Hanlon BM, Carchman EH
    • J Carcinog 2018; 17: 3
    • [PubMed ID: 30123096]
    • Defecography: An Overview of Technique, Interpretation, and Impact on Patient Care.
    • Kim NY, Kim DH, Pickhardt PJ, Carchman EH, Wald A, Robbins JB
    • Gastroenterol. Clin. North Am. 2018 Sep; 47(3): 553-568
    • [PubMed ID: 30115437]
    • Clinically Competent and Fiscally at Risk: Impact of Debt and Financial Parameters on the Surgical Resident.
    • Tevis SE, Rogers AP, Carchman EH, Foley EF, Harms BA
    • J. Am. Coll. Surg. 2018 Aug; 227(2): 163-171.e7
    • [PubMed ID: 29859900]
    • The role of pharmacologic modulation of autophagy on anal cancer development in an HPV mouse model of carcinogenesis.
    • Rademacher BL, Matkowskyj KA, Meske LM, Romero A, Sleiman H, Carchman EH
    • Virology 2017 07; 507: 82-88
    • [PubMed ID: 28431282]
    • Preoperative blood transfusion is a predictor of worse short-term postoperative outcomes after colectomy.
    • Papageorge CM, Kennedy GD, Carchman EH
    • Surgery 2017 04; 161(4): 1067-1075
    • [PubMed ID: 27838105]

All Publications on PubMed