Lead Faculty | Trauma, Emergency General Surgery, and Long-Term Outcomes
Ali Salim, MD is a traumatologist and a surgical intensivist at Brigham and Women’s Hospital. Dr. Salim currently serves as the chief of the Division of Trauma, Burn, Surgical and Critical Care at the Brigham and Women’s Hospital and is also a professor of surgery at Harvard Medical School. For the past decade, Dr. Salim’s research has focused on the care and outcomes of trauma patients and on improving the physiology of organ donors and on improving the rate of donation. Most recently his research has focused on racial disparities in organ donation, specifically among Hispanic Americans in Southern California.