Julie Goswami, Active Member
Trauma and Surgical Critical Care
Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School
It is my pleasure to apply for the Basic and Translational Science Committee through AAS. As a surgical resident at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, I became interested in the interface between coagulation and inflammation, under the exemplary mentorship of Drs. Allan Tsung and David Geller. I completed my surgical critical care fellowship at Mayo Clinic and stayed for two additional years in the role of a clinical instructor and post-doctoral research fellow studying mechanisms of trauma-induced coagulopathy, specifically the roles of neutrophil-extracellular traps and endotheliopathy, under the mentorship of Dr. Myung Park. Now in my first year on faculty at Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, I am working on a multidisciplinary collaboration to start the first basic science and translational lab studying biomarkers and mechanisms of trauma-induced coagulopathy within our division of Acute Care Surgery. It would be my honor to serve on an AAS Committee.