Philosophy of Care
Dr. Salcedo's research interests include injury prevention, global health, disaster management, and surgical education.
Associate Program Director, General Surgery Residency
Associate Surgical Director, Center for Virtual Care
Faculty Advisor and Director, Pre Medical Student Surgery Program
B.S., Boston University, Boston, Massachusetts, 2000
American Board of Surgery, Surgical Critical Care, 2010
American Medical Association
Association for Academic Surgery
Eastern Association for the Surgery of Trauma
Sacramento Surgical Society
Society of Critical Care Medicine
UC Davis Surgical Association
Select Honors and Awards:
Early Career Leadership Program Graduate, UC Davis School of Medicine, 2013
East Association for the Surgery of Trauma Leadership Workshop Scholarship, 2013
Fellow of the American College of Surgeons, 2012
Mary E. Groff Fellowship in Clinical Research Methods, 2010
UF Department of Surgery Outstanding Teaching Resident Award, 2009
UF Department of Surgery Edward R. Woodward Surgical Resident Award, 2009
UF College of Medicine Class of 2008- Resident of the Year, 2008
Select Recent Publications:
Henderson AC, Ingenito EP, Salcedo ES, Moy ML, Reilly JJ, Lutchen KR. Dynamic lung mechanics in late-stage emphysema before and after lung volume reduction surgery. Respir Physiol Neurobiol. 2007 Mar 15;155(3):234-42.
Vu PD, Young JB, Salcedo ES, Galante JM. Multiple complex penetrating cardiac injuries: role of civilian trauma in the education of the combat general surgeon. Mil Med. 2014 Feb;179(2):e233-6.
Leshikar DE, Pierce JL, Salcedo ES, Bola G, Galante JM. Do more with less: a surgery directed institutional model for resident central line training. Am J Surg. 2014 Feb;207(2):243-50.