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Dasari, Mohini

Mohini Dasari – MD, MS

Email:

mdasari@OBFUSCATEuw.edu

Hometown:

Sharon, MA

Personal Interests:

Writing, dancing, swimming, traveling, trying new food

Resident Bio:

Mohini is a general surgery resident. She graduated from the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine before moving out west to begin residency. During medical school, she took off one year to pursue global surgery research and obtain her Master’s degree. She is enjoying exploring the food and the outdoors in the Pacific Northwest.

Undergraduate School:

Rice University

Medical School:

University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine

General Surgery or Preliminary Program:

Clinical Interests:

Vascular Surgery, Global Surgery

Professional Activities:

Publications:

Dasari M, David SD, Miller E, Puyana JC, Roy N. Comparative Analysis of Gender Differences in Outcomes after Trauma in India and the United States: Case for Standardized Coding of Injury Mechanism in Trauma Registries. BMJ Global Health. 2017 Aug; 2(2):e000322

Hill KA, Dasari M, Littleton EB, Hamad GG. How can surgeons facilitate resident intraoperative decision-making? Am J Surg. 2017 Oct;214(4):583-588.

Dasari M, Avgerinos E, Raju S, Tahara R, Chaer R. Outcomes of iliac vein stents following pregnancy. J Vasc Surg Venous Lymphat Disord. 2017 May;5(3):353-57.

Dasari M, Asturias S, Garbett M, Zargaran E, Machaín G, Hameed M, Puyana JC. Implementing electronic surgical registries in lower-middle income countries: experiences in Latin America. Ann Glob Health. 2016 Jul-Aug;82(4):639-43.

Dasari M, Wessel CB, Hamad GG. Prophylactic mesh placement for prevention of incisional hernia following open bariatric surgery: a systematic review and meta-analysis. Am J Surg. 2016 Oct;212(4):615-22.

Dasari M, Garbett M, Miller E, Machaín G, Puyana JC. Implementation of a hospital electronic surgical registry in a lower-middle income country. World J Surg. 2016, Dec;40(12):2840-46.

Dasari M, Borrero S, Akers AY, Sucato GS, Dick R, Hicks A, Miller E. Barriers to long-acting reversible contraceptive (LARC) uptake Among homeless young women. J Pediatr Adolesc Gynecol. 2016 Apr;29(2):104-10.