Soman Sen, M.D., is a surgeon in the Department of Burn Surgery at Shriners Hospitals for Children – Northern California.
Soman Sen, M.D., is a surgeon in the Department of Burn Surgery at Shriners Hospitals for Children — Northern California and Assistant Professor of Surgery for the University of California Davis, School of Medicine. Board certified by the American Board of Surgery, Dr. Sen’s extensive medical experience includes fellowships in Surgical Critical Care and Burn Surgery at the University of California, Davis.
Before joining the medical team at Shriners Hospitals for Children, Dr. Sen served as Administrative Chief Resident for the Department of Surgery at Loyola University Medical Center. In 2004, he was named a finalist for the Chicago Committee of Trauma at the American College of Surgeons Scientific Symposium. He was recognized as a winner for Innovations in Leadership at Loyola University Medical Center in 2003. In 1997, Dr. Sen earned his Masters Of Science Applied Physiology at The Chicago Medical School/Rosalind Franklin School of Medicine.
Since 2012, Dr. Sen has been a member of the American Burn Association’s Education Committee and National Faculty for Advanced Burn Life Support (ABLS). In 2014, he received a Certificate of Completion in the Masters of Advanced Science: Mentored Clinical Training Program (NIH K30) from the University of California Davis. Dr. Sen is an Editorial Board Member of the Journal of Burn Care and Research.
Education and Training
- Medical School, The Chicago Medical School/Rosalind Franklin School of Medicine, Chicago, Illinois
- Residency, Loyola University Medical Center, Chicago, Illinois, General Surgery
- Fellowship, Burn Shock Trauma Institute at Loyola University Medical Center, Chicago, Illinois, Burn Surgery
- Fellowship, National Institute of Health Trauma Training Research, Burn Shock Trauma Institute, Loyola University Medical Center
- Fellowship, Burn Surgery, University of California Davis, Shriners Hospital for Children Northern California
- Fellowship, Surgical Critical Care, University of California Davis
- Fellow, American College of Surgeons
2017: Cutaneous Functional Unites Predict Shoulder Range of Motion Recovery in Children Receiving Rehabilitation. Journal of Burn Care and Research
2017: Sodium variability is associated with increased mortality in severe burn injury. Burns and Trauma
2017: Pediatric Inhalation Injury. Burn and Trauma