Scott A. Dulchavsky, M.D. Ph.D. received his Undergraduate Degree in Physiology from Michigan State University and attended Wayne State University School of Medicine. He completed an internship and surgical residency at Wayne State University in Detroit where he served as the Chief Administrative Resident. Dr Dulchavsky was selected as the Helen DuRoy Traveling Scholar which allowed study at Duke University Medical School under Dr. David Sabiston and at Grady Memorial Hospital in Atlanta.He was an assistant professor of surgery at SUNY-Stonybrook and the director of surgical research before returning to Detroit. Dr. Dulchavsky was promoted to tenured professor of surgery at Wayne State University in 1998. He was an attending surgeon at the Detroit Medical Center, the Director of Surgical Intensive Care, and the Chief of Surgery at Detroit Receiving Hospital.� Dr. Dulchavsky currently serves as the Roy D. McClure Chairman of Surgery and the Surgeon in Chief at Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit, Michigan.Dr Dulchavsky completed a PhD in Molecular Biology and Genetics at Wayne State University where he investigated the use of gene therapy to improve wound healing in disease states. He has served as research mentor to over 20 post-doctoral fellows and is the principal investigator for NASA in the Bio-astronautics Division involves teaching ultrasound to the astronaut and cosmonaut crews of the International Space Station to use for medical emergencies. This work has been modified for use on the Earth where his team supports the on-site care of professional sports teams and United States Olympic Committee athletes as well as the Winter Olympic Games. Dr. Dulchavsky is also funded by NASA to establish micro-invasive surgical techniques in zero gravity through the National Space Biomedical Research Institute, Smart Medical Systems Team.�Dr. Dulchavsky has been elected to numerous professional organizations and national positions including the Society of University Surgeons, Society of Critical Care Medicine, Central Surgical Society, American Association for the Surgery of Trauma, the Society of Clinical Surgery, and the American Surgical Association. He maintains an active role in local and national medical associations including the American College of Surgeons where he serves on the Committee on Trauma and as the Vice Chair for Technology and Research.Dr. Dulchavsky is currently a professor of surgery, molecular biology and genetics at Wayne State University School of Medicine. He has received numerous medical student and resident teaching awards and has served as mentor to numerous pre and post-graduates in surgery and medicine. He has written over 100 peer-reviewed articles, numerous text chapters and edited a textbook, �Reflections� on the writings of Alexander Walt.Contact a speaker booking agent to check availability on Scott Dulchavsky and other top speakers and celebrities.