Marie Crandall, MD, MPH, FACS is Professor of Surgery at the University of Florida Jacksonville and the Director of Research for the Department of Surgery. She is originally from Detroit, MI, a product of Head Start and local public schools.
Dr. Crandall obtained a Bachelor’s Degree in Neurobiology from U.C. Berkeley and attended medical school at the Charles R. Drew/U.C.L.A program in Los Angeles. She finished her General Surgery residency at Rush University & Cook County Hospital in 2001. In 2003, Dr. Crandall completed a Trauma & Surgical Critical Care Fellowship at Harborview Medical Center in Seattle, WA, where she also obtained a Masters in Public Health from the University of Washington. She spent 12 years at Northwestern University in Chicago, where she held faculty appointments in both Surgery and Preventive Medicine.
She is currently a member of the Division of Acute Care Surgery at UF-Jacksonville. Dr. Crandall performs emergency general and trauma surgery, staffs the SICU, and is an active health services researcher. She has published extensively in the areas of injury risk factors and outcomes, disparities, geographic information systems in trauma research, gun violence, and violence prevention.