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Droullard, David

David Droullard – MD

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Email:

djd24@OBFUSCATEuw.edu

Hometown:

Minneapolis, MN

Personal Interests:

Mountaineering, skiing, rock climbing, cycling, trail running, and hiking.

Resident Bio:

Originally from Minnesota, I came to Seattle for general surgery residency after medical school in New York. I am in the 7-year track pursuing an NIH T-32 funded research fellowship at the Surgical Outcomes Research Center (SORCE) and a MS in Health Services through the UW School of Public Health. I am passionate about promoting evidence-based practice in surgical care, and plan to be an academic surgeon and health services researcher. I chose the University of Washington because of the depth and breadth of surgical experience offered at our 6 training sites; the community of amazing co-residents, attendings, and staff; and Seattle’s unparalleled access to the great outdoors.

Undergraduate School:

University of Minnesota

Medical School:

Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons

General Surgery or Preliminary Program:

General Surgery – 7 year track

Clinical Interests:

General Surgery, Colorectal Surgery, Minimally Invasive Surgery

Professional Activities:

Resident and Associate Society- American College of Surgeons
American Society of Colon and Rectal Surgeons- Resident Member
Surgical Outcomes Club- Resident Member

Publications:

  1. Curtis, J. M., Hahn, W. S., Stone, M. D., Inda, J. J., Droullard, D. J., Kuzmicic, J. P., Bernlohr, D. A. (2012). Protein carbonylation and adipocyte mitochondrial function. J Biol Chem, 287(39), 32967-32980.
  2. Droullard, D., Porter, S., Zuckerman, A., Monie, D., Brendle, J., & Weil, H. (2017). Medical Students Leading Quality Improvement: A Lean Six Sigma Approach to Pain Management. Am J Med Qual, 32(5), 569.
  3. Droullard, D. J., Tinc, P. J., & Sorensen, J. A. (2017). “I Would Go if My Arm Were Hanging off”: A Qualitative Study of Healthcare-Seeking Behaviors of Small Farm Owners in Central New York State. J Agric Saf Health, 23(1), 67-81.
  4. Sorensen, J. A., Tinc, P. J., Weil, R., & Droullard, D. (2017). Symbolic Interactionism: A Framework for Understanding Risk-Taking Behaviors in Farm Communities. J Agromedicine, 22(1), 26-35.