Dr. Marquez has received advanced training in laparoscopy including laparoscopic colectomies, Nissen fundoplications and LapBand bariatric surgery for treatment of chronic obesity. She employs the latest techniques in the surgical treatment of breast diseases including stereotactice breast biopsy and sentinel node biopsy techniques.
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Dr. Marquez graduated with highest honors in psychology and chemistry from the University of Texas at El Paso. She received her Medical Degree from Baylor Medical School in Houston and was a surgical resident at Baylor University Medical Center in Dallas. Dr. Marquez was an assistant professor in surgery at Louisiana State University in New Orleans where she managed the surgical oncology clinic. She is a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons, a member of the American Society of Breast Disease, and the Texas Medical Association. Dr. Marquez also serves as a volunteer for the American Cancer Society and Breast Cancer Resource Center.
Dr. Marquez is bilingual, speaking both English and Spanish. She has lived in Austin since 1994. For her, exercise is a way of life and includes running, cycling, and working out in the gym. She gets off the beaten path on horseback and cross-country motorcycles.