Matthew D. Neal, MD FACS

Roberta G. Simmons Assistant Professor of Surgery, University of Pittsburgh

Matthew Neal, M.D., is the Roberta Simmons assistant professor of surgery at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center. His areas of interest and expertise include: trauma-induced coagulopathy and hemostasis following trauma and hemorrhagic shock;
measurement of coagulopathy in trauma and sepsis;
clinical outcomes in trauma/hemorrhagic shock;
clinical outcomes in massive transfusion;
Immunomodulation and transfusion of red blood cells;
acute care surgery outcomes research and surgical rescue; and
outcomes research focusing on emergency general surgery, elective abdominal wall reconstruction, and surgical rescue

Experience

  • –present
    Professor of Medicine, University of Pittsburgh