Jeffrey S. Browne, MD
Assistant Professor of Clinical Surgery
Dr Browne grew up in central Indiana. He attended Indiana University Bloomington as a college student. There, he majored in biology and graduated Phi Beta Kappa in 2004. He matriculated to Indiana University School of Medicine and graduated in 2008 with honors in General Surgery. From there he stayed at Indiana University's General Surgery residency training program, graduating the Best Surgical Intern, Alpha Omega Alpha, and completing a fellowship in Surgical Critical Care. He is board certified in both General Surgery and Surgical Critical Care. He practices at IU health West Hospital. At home, Dr Browne is married with 2 children. Aside from being a surgeon, he is a father, a flyfisherman, and a luthier.
• Hemodynamic Monitoring in the Intensive Care Unit. J Muller, J Kennard, J Browne, et. al. Nutrition in Clinical Practice, 2012. Vol 27 (3), 340-351. 2012
• Mechanisms of Primary Operative Failure and Results of Remedial Operation in Patients with Chronic Pancreatitis. TJ Howard, JS Browne. Journal of Gastrointestinal Surgery, 2008. Vol 12 (12), 2087-2096. *Selected for Oral Presentation, Society for Surgery of the Alimentary Tract Plenary Session. 2008
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