CURRICULUM VITAE SHARVEN TAGHAVI, MD, MPH, MS, FACS, FCCP Work Address: 1430 Tulane Ave, Suite 8527 Mailbox 8622 New Orleans, LA 70112 Work Telephone: 504-988-5111 Email: [email protected] [email protected] Citizenship: United States of America Post-Graduate Medical Education 8/2017-7/2018 Fellow, Surgical Critical Care Brigham and Women’s Hospital/Harvard University, Boston, Massachusetts Chief: Ali Salim, M.D. Program Director: Reza Askari, M.D. 7/2015-11/2016 Fellow, Cardiothoracic Surgery Barnes-Jewish Hospital/Washington University in St. Louis, St. Louis, Missouri Chief: Ralph Damiano, M.D. Program Director: Marc Moon, M.D. 6/2014-6/2015 Chief Resident, General Surgery Temple University Hospital, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Chair: Dr. Amy Goldberg, M.D. Program Director: Dr. Amy Goldberg, M.D. 6/2012-6/2014 Senior Resident, General Surgery Temple University Hospital, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Chair: Dr. Selwyn Rogers, M.D. Program Director: Dr. Amy Goldberg, M.D. 6/2010-6/2012 Post-Doctoral Research Fellow Temple University Cardiovascular Research Center Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Principal Investigator: Dr. Steven Houser, Ph.D. 6/2008-6/2010 Intern and Junior Resident, General Surgery Temple University Hospital, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Chairman: Dr. Daniel Dempsey, M.D. Program Director: Dr. Amy Goldberg, M.D. Education 2004-2008 Tufts University School of Medicine, Boston, Massachusetts Medical Doctorate 2004-2008 Tufts University School of Public Health, Boston, Massachusetts Masters of Public Health 2002-2003 Georgetown University, Washington, D.C. M.S. in Physiology and Biophysics, with distinction 1999-2002 University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia B.S. in Chemistry with specialization in Biochemistry Minor in Middle Eastern Studies Board Certification Diplomat of the American Board of Surgery General Surgery, Certificate # 064155 Certified: 11/2018 Diplomat of the American Board of Surgery Surgical Critical Care, Certificate # 004516 Certified: 9/2019 Academic Appointments 9/2018- present Assistant Professor Tulane University School of Medicine, New Orleans, LA Department of Surgery, Division of Trauma and Critical Care 3/2019- present Clinical Assistant Professor Louisiana State University School of Medicine, New Orleans, LA Our Lady of the Lake Regional Medical Center, Division of Trauma Educational Appointments 8/2019-8/2020 Associate Program Director of Trauma Education Our Lady of the Lake Regional Medical Center, Baton Rouge, LA Department of Surgery, Trauma Specialists Work Experience 6/2019-present Attending Physician University Medical Center, New Orleans, LA Department of Surgery, Division of Trauma and Critical Care 9/2018-present Attending Physician Tulane University Medical Center, New Orleans, LA Department of Surgery, Division of Trauma and Critical Care 9/2018-8/2020 Attending Physician 2 Our Lady of the Lake Medical Center, Baton Rouge, LA Department of Surgery, Trauma Specialists 3/2017-7/2017 Attending Physician St. Francis Medical Center, Cape Girardeau, Missouri Locums Tenens Trauma Surgeon 1/2017-3/2017 General Surgeon Cox Medical Center Branson, Branson, Missouri Locums Tenens General Surgeon 12/2016-12/2016 Trauma Surgeon Research Medical Center, HCA Midwest, Kansas City, Missouri Locums Tenens Trauma Surgeon Research Grants and Funding 7/21-6/22 Research Scholarship Award Eastern Association for the Surgery of Trauma Engineered Stem Cells for Acute Lung Injury This scholarship provides funding for a period of one year to an early career trauma surgeon based on the applicant’s potential for future contributions to the science and practice of the surgery of trauma, the applicant’s mentor support, and their dedication to the research proposal. Amount: $40,000 7/19-6/22 Physician Scientist Pipeline Program Tulane School of Medicine Adipose derived Mesenchymal Stem Cells with Interleukin-22 Overexpression as a Novel Therapeutic for ARDS The goal of this program is to provide dedicated, protected research time to Tulane faculty members. It provides career development opportunities to early stage physicians at Tulane School of Medicine. Amount: $375,000 8/20-2/21 Visiting Scholar Award Louisiana Clinical and Translational Science Center (LA CaTS) Establishing A Translational Model of Traumatic Multisystem Organ Failure in Swine This award provides funding to visit the laboratory of Dr. Martin Schreiber at Oregon

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