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Babak Sarani, MD,FACS

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Babak Sarani MD,FACS Babak Sarani MD,FACS

Titles

  • Professor of Surgery | Chief of Trauma and Acute Care Surgery
Medical Biography
Clinical Interests
  • Trauma Surgery
  • Emergency General Surgery
  • Critical Care
  • Medical School
    • George Washington University School of Medicine
  • Residency
    • George Washington University - Surgery
  • Fellowship
    • University of Pittsburgh - Trauma and Critical Care
Board Certified
  • Critical Care Surgery
  • General Surgery
  • Surgical Critical Care

Babak Sarani, MD, is the director of Trauma and Acute Care Surgery at The GW Medical Faculty Associates. He is also an professor of surgery at The George Washington University School of Medicine & Health Sciences. Dr. Sarani completed medical school and training in General Surgery at The George Washington University School of Health & Sciences. He then completed a fellowship in trauma surgery and surgical critical care at the University of Pittsburgh. He worked at the University of Pennsylvania from 2005-2011 in the Division of Trauma Surgery, Surgical Critical Care, and Emergency Surgery. While there, he also helped establish their rapid response system. He is a member of the leading societies related to general surgery, trauma surgery, and critical care. 

Dr. Sarani has received numerous invitations to lecture on topics related to trauma surgery, critical care, and rapid response systems in the United States and Europe. He is also widely published in these fields and has authored several chapters related to these topics. Dr. Sarani's commitment to teaching is evident in the numerous teaching awards he has received from GW, the University of Pittsburgh, and the University of Pennsylvania. He founded the Eastern Association for the Surgery of Trauma Traumacast podcast series. His research interests include diagnosis and management of coagulation disorders following trauma, delirium in the ICU, and optimal design of rapid response systems.

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