Mark Neuman, MD, MSC
Horatio C. Wood Professor of Anesthesiology; Professor of Medicine (Geriatrics); Professor of Epidemiology
Mark Neuman, MD, MSc is a practicing anesthesiologist and health services researcher. He is Director of Research Partnerships at the Penn Leonard Davis Institute of Health Economics (LDI). His research focuses on improving patient-centered outcomes for older adults undergoing surgery and anesthesia. He is the founding Director of the Penn Center for Perioperative Outcomes Research and Transformation (CPORT), which focuses on promoting high-quality comparative effectiveness research and implementation science to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of care for patients with surgical conditions and other acute illnesses. Dr. Neuman is the principal investigator of the REGAIN multicenter trial, a PCORI-funded international randomized trial comparing the impact of spinal anesthesia versus general anesthesia on functional recovery at up to one year after hip fracture surgery. His other work has used retrospective methods to evaluate the relationship between quality of acute and post-acute care and long-term outcomes, such as recovery of functional independence, among patients hospitalized with hip fracture and other acute conditions.
Content Area Specialties
Anesthesiology, acute/critical care, post-acute care, clinical trials, opioid epidemic
Clinical trial design, comparative effectiveness research, causal inference, shared decision-making