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Education & Training

  • Fellowship Program, Pediatric Surgery, 1997
    Children's Hospital of Michigan
  • Residency Program, General Surgery, 1995
    University of Minnesota Hospital
  • PhD, 1994
    University of Minnesota
  • Fellowship Program, Surgical Infectious Disease, 1993
    University of Minnesota Hospital
  • MD, 1987
    Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons
  • BA, Mathematics, 1983
    Dartmouth College

Board Certifications

  • American Board of Surgery
  • American Board of Surgery/Pediatric Surgery

Awards & Recognition

  • Top Doctors No Va Magazine (2018, 2017, 2016, 2015)

National Provider ID: 1255400099

Biography

Randall Burd, M.D., Ph.D., is a pediatric surgeon and Chief of the Division of Emergency Trauma and Burn Surgery at Children’s National Health System. He leads the Trauma Program at Children’s National, a Level I (highest level) pediatric trauma center designated by the American College of Surgeons, the State of Maryland, and the District of Columbia. The Trauma Center is a leading center for injured children in the greater Washington, DC, region, treating over 1,200 hospitalized children annually. Dr. Burd also leads the Burn Program at Children’s National, one of two pediatric burn centers designated by the State of Maryland. 

Dr. Burd’s areas of research interest are in developing new approaches for improving teamwork during trauma resuscitation, the initial management, and treatment of injured patients in the emergency department. For the past ten years, Dr. Burd has led a multidisciplinary research team studying errors and teamwork in trauma resuscitation that includes collaborators in emergency medicine and surgery, human factors, informatics, computer science, and biomedical engineering. His research in trauma resuscitation is now funded by two grants from the National Institutes of Health and has been funded in the recent past by grants from the National Science Foundation. Dr. Burd’s group has identified factors associated with team performance and workload and the features of team leadership that influence team performance during trauma resuscitation. His group also has developed novel approaches for tracking people and objects during trauma resuscitation using RFID and computer vision technologies. 

Dr. Burd is a general and thoracic pediatric surgeon specializing in surgery in infants, children, and adolescents. He has specific interest and expertise in neonatal surgery and management of chest wall deformities.

Dr. Burd also is a Professor of Surgery and Pediatrics at George Washington University School of Medicine & Health Sciences.

 

 

Adolescent Bariatric Surgery Recent National Trends in Utilization and Inhospital Outcome

(2007) Archives of Pediatric & Adolescent Medicine

American Association for the Surgery of Trauma

(2008) Quantifying Error Types, Timing and Attribution in Trauma Resuscitation

American Pediatric Surgical Association

(2007) Pediatric Bayesian Logistic Injury Severity Score (P-BLISS): An Accurate and Generalizable Method for Predicting Mortality in Injured Children

Bayesian Logistic Injury Severity Score A Method for Predicting Mortality Using International Classification of Disease9 Codes

(2008) Academic Emergency Medicine

Bioethical Principles and Clinical DecisionMaking

(2005) Learning Surgery: Fundamentals of Basic Science and Clinical Evidence

Evaluation Between the Relationship Between Mechanism of Injury and Outcome in Pediatric Trauma

(2007) Journal of Trauma

Evaluation of Race and Insurance Status as Predictors of Undergoing Laparoscopic Appendectomy in Children

(2007) Annals of Surgery

Increasing Prevalence of Gastroschisis Repairs in the US 19962003

(2007) Journal of Pediatric Surgery

Prevention and Treatment of Infection

(2006) Pediatric Trauma: Pathophysiology, Diagnosis, and Treatment

Principles of Perioperative Care of the Pediatric Surgical Patient

(2005) Learning Surgery: Fundamentals of Basic Science and Clinical Evidence