MAMTA SWAROOP, MD, FACS, FICS
Dr. Swaroop is an Associate Professor of Surgery in the Division of Trauma and Critical Care Surgery and is on the faculty of the Center for Global Health in the Institute for Public Health and Medicine at Northwestern University’s Feinberg School of Medicine. She has served or serves on multiple national and international leadership boards. She is Founder and Executive Director of the Northwestern Trauma and Surgical Initiative, her Global Surgery Lab. Additionally, Dr. Swaroop runs an international team in projects ranging from helmet usage to the development of a trauma system for the department of Santa Cruz, Bolivia.
Dr. Swaroop is highly respected for her ability to inspire excellence in highly experienced teams that seek to re/position their programs in an impactful and smart way through her disciplined -yet visionary- approach. She has a demonstrable track record in attracting outstanding advisors and thought leaders, as well as in working side – by – side with clients to solve complex problems. Dr. Swaroop is broadly attuned to both clinical and non-clinical areas of global healthca
- Interim CEO and CMO of Vivacitas Oncology, Inc.
- Author of 30+ peer reviewed research articles, and has presented internationally on Trauma and Global Surgery topics.
- President and Founder of the Sadanah Foundation, a not for profit entity that aims to build sustainable access to healthcare and education in low resource settings.
- Completed her General Surgery residency at the University of South Florida and her Surgical Critical Care Fellowship at Northwestern.