David Droullard, MD

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Minneapolis, MN

Undergraduate School:

University of Minnesota

Medical School:

Columbia University

Resident Bio:

Originally from Minnesota, I came to Seattle for general surgery residency after medical school in New York. I am in the 7-year track pursuing an NIH T-32 funded research fellowship at the Surgical Outcomes Research Center (SORCE) and a MS in Health Services through the UW School of Public Health. I am passionate about promoting evidence-based practice in surgical care, and plan to be an academic surgeon and health services researcher. I chose the University of Washington because of the depth and breadth of surgical experience offered at our 6 training sites; the community of amazing co-residents, attendings, and staff, and Seattle’s unparalleled access to the great outdoors.

Personal Interests:

Mountaineering, skiing, rock climbing, cycling, and trail running.

Clinical Interests:

General surgery, colorectal surgery, minimally invasive surgery

Professional Activities:

Resident and Associate Society- American College of Surgeons
American Society of Colon and Rectal Surgeons- Resident Member
Surgical Outcomes Club- Resident Member


  1. Curtis, J. M., Hahn, W. S., Stone, M. D., Inda, J. J., Droullard, D. J., Kuzmicic, J. P., Bernlohr, D. A. (2012). Protein carbonylation and adipocyte mitochondrial function. J Biol Chem, 287(39), 32967-32980.
  2. Droullard, D., Porter, S., Zuckerman, A., Monie, D., Brendle, J., & Weil, H. (2017). Medical Students Leading Quality Improvement: A Lean Six Sigma Approach to Pain Management. Am J Med Qual, 32(5), 569.
  3. Droullard, D. J., Tinc, P. J., & Sorensen, J. A. (2017). “I Would Go if My Arm Were Hanging off”: A Qualitative Study of Healthcare-Seeking Behaviors of Small Farm Owners in Central New York State. J Agric Saf Health, 23(1), 67-81.
  4. Sorensen, J. A., Tinc, P. J., Weil, R., & Droullard, D. (2017). Symbolic Interactionism: A Framework for Understanding Risk-Taking Behaviors in Farm Communities. J Agromedicine, 22(1), 26-35.