Kenneth Gow, M.D., F.A.C.S., F.A.A.P., is a surgeon at Seattle Children’s Hospital and a UW associate professor of Surgery. He serves as the co-PI for the Children’s Oncology Group and
assistant director of the UW's General Surgery Residency Program. Seattle Magazine and Seattle Metropolitan have named him one of Seattle's Top Doctors.
Dr. Gow feels the best aspect of his job is fixing problems that can provide children with meaningful change for the rest of their lives.
Dr. Gow received his M.D. at the University of Manitoba. He is Children's American College of Surgeons Commission on Cancer liaison and serves on the Children's Oncology Renal Tumors Group.
Dr. Gow's area of
clinical expertise is in pediatric surgical oncology. He is active in research with several focus areas: pediatric surgical oncology, resident education and design of surgical devices.
In his free time Dr. Gow enjoys graphic design, bicycling and spending time at his children's sporting events.
Education and Training
Univ. of British Columbia
Master, 1997, Surgery
Univ. of Manitoba
Medical education, 1991
St. Jude Children's Research Hospital
Fellowship, Pediatric Surgical Oncology
BC Children's Hospital
Fellowship, Pediatric General Surgery
University of British Columbia
Residency, General Surgery
University of Manitoba
Pediatric Surgery, 2002, American Board of Surgery