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Julia Coleman

Julia R. Coleman MD, MPH

Chief General Surgery Resident, Department of Surgery, University of Colorado Health Sciences Center, Aurora, Colorado; Vice Chair, American College of Surgeons Resident and Associates Society (ACS-RAS) Executive Committee

Julia Coleman is a Chief General Surgery Resident at University of Colorado-Denver.  She earned her Bachelor's Degree in Biology at Elon University in North Carolina, her Master's in Public Health at the Ohio State University, and her Medical Degree from University of Toledo.  She is now completing her surgical residency training in Denver and will be a surgical critical care fellow at the Ohio State University starting in August 2022.  During her seven years in Denver, she has been active in basic science research around trauma-induced coagulopathy, with a particular interest in sex dimorphisms in coagulation and how female-specific hypercoagulability is modulated by sex hormones in a way which affects clinical outcomes. She was a NIH T32 Trauma Research Fellow with the University of Colorado Trauma Research Lab for two years, has received several national grants through the NIH, and has published over 40 peer-reviewed manuscripts during her residency.

Recent Contributions to PracticeUpdate:

  1. Antibiotics vs Appendectomy for Acute Appendicitis