Professor of Clinical Surgery
University of Miami Miller School of Medicine
Enrique Ginzburg, MD, Professor of Clinical Surgery, University of Miami Miller School of Medicine, DeWitt Daughtry Department of Surgery, Division of Trauma, Acute Care Surgery and Critical Care. Trauma Medical Director, Ryder Trauma Center at Jackson South Medical Center, Chair of Surgery, Jackson South Medical Center.
Dr. Ginzburg received his Medical Degree from the University of Miami School of Medicine. He completed a Surgical Residency at University of Miami/Jackson Memoral Hospital and a Fellowship in Vascular Surgery at Vascular Surgeons of Central Ohio and Residency at the University of Miami/JMH.
Following the 2010 earthquake in Haiti , he was one of the first responders to arrive as Chief Medical Officer for Project Medishare. He continues to serve on Board of Directors.
He is a University of Miami Board of Directors, Past-Chairman, University of Miami Ad Hoc Strategic Planning Committee, Medical School Leadership Council Member and Senate Member of the University of Miami. He is also Healthcare advisor to the Pan American Development Foundation of the Organization of American States since 2013 and President Elect of the Florida Board of Medicine 2017.
Dr.. Ginzburg was coordinator of the affiliation between the University of Miami and the University of Tel Aviv and Hebrew University/. He was founding coordinator of the Trauma Training Program for the State of Israel. This program has trained the majority of trauma surgeons in the State of Israel. He also was appointed Honorary Colonel in the United States Army after helping to initiate the United States Army Training Program at Jackson Memorial Hospital which has provided training to all medical personnel deployed to Iraq and Afghanistan. .
Dr. Ginzburg has been published extensively in Peer-Reviewed journals such as New England Journal of Medicine, American Surgery, Journal of American College of Surgery and Journal of Trauma.
Thursday, September 10, 2020
11:55 AM – 12:15 PM