Angela Ingraham, MD, MS
Dr. Ingraham is an Assistant Professor of Surgery at the University of Wisconsin and an Investigator in the Wisconsin Surgical Outcomes Research (WiSOR) Program. She is developing a health services research program with an emphasis on improving care and outcomes of emergency general surgery (EGS) patients, including research on quality of care, practice patterns, and policy evaluation. Prior to coming to UW, she completed a two-year full-time research fellowship during her General Surgery residency at the American College of Surgeons Clinical Scholars in Residence Program and a Master of Science in Clinical Investigation at Northwestern University. She continued her research during her two-year fellowship in Trauma and Acute Care Surgery at the University of Pittsburgh. Her research focuses on examining outcomes after EGS procedures at the patient and hospital levels, critically evaluating the methods through which hospital performance is measured, and disseminating proven methods in quality improvement.
Her research has been funded by the American Association for the Surgery of Trauma as well as the University of Wisconsin. She serves on the Program and Communication Committees in the Association for Academic Surgery. She also serves as the Liaison between the American College of Surgeons Surgical Research Committee and the Resident and Associate Society.