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Scott Marshall, M.D.

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Dr. Marshall entered active duty in the US Army in 2004 and completed his residency in Neurology at Walter Reed Army Medical Center in 2007. He began his fellowship in Neurosciences Critical Care at Johns Hopkins University, completing this training in 2009. MAJ Marshall deployed in 2010 as an Intensivist with the 31st Combat Support Hospital where he supported missions in the Kandahar and Helmand Provinces of Afghanistan. In November 2010, he was awarded the Bronze Star for his combat service. He began work at the San Antonio Military Medical Center (SAMMC) at Fort Sam Houston, Texas as a staff Neurologist and Surgical / Trauma Intensivist in December of 2010, after moving from his position at Walter Reed and National Naval Medical Center in Washington, DC. Dr. Marshall is currently an Assistant Professor of Neurology at the Uniformed Services University and an Adjunct Assistant Professor with the Neurocritical Care Division of the Department of Neurology at the University of Utah. He is the medical Director for the 2T Neurosurgical/Neurotrauma Unit at SAMMC.

Dr. Marshall has research interests in the care of patients with Neurologic Critical Illness, severe traumatic brain injury, and high altitude related cognitive dysfunction. He has published in the areas of aneurysmal subarachnoid hemorrhage, traumatic brain injury, transcranial Doppler ultrasound, neuromuscular complications of critical illness, ischemic stroke, and neuroterrorism. Current grant proposals are in the areas of hypoxia induced oxidative stress with exhaustive exercise, utility of transcranial Doppler in severe Neurologic illness and brain trauma, and neuroimaging findings in battlefield related head trauma. He is a member of the PREVENT II research team for service members with traumatic brain injury sustained in combat. Dr. Marshall is triple boarded with board certifications in Neurology, Vascular Neurology, and Neurocritical Care. He lives with his wife and two sons in Alamo Heights, Texas.

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Academic Departments Neurology - Adjunct Assistant Professor

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Academic Departments Neurology - Adjunct Assistant Professor

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(801) 587-9953 Clinical Neurosciences Center
175 North Medical Drive East
Salt Lake City, UT 84132

Academic Bio

Dr. Marshall entered active duty in the US Army in 2004 and completed his residency in Neurology at Walter Reed Army Medical Center in 2007. He began his fellowship in Neurosciences Critical Care at Johns Hopkins University, completing this training in 2009. MAJ Marshall deployed in 2010 as an Intensivist with the 31st Combat Support Hospital where he supported missions in the Kandahar and Helmand Provinces of Afghanistan. In November 2010, he was awarded the Bronze Star for his combat service. He began work at the San Antonio Military Medical Center (SAMMC) at Fort Sam Houston, Texas as a staff Neurologist and Surgical / Trauma Intensivist in December of 2010, after moving from his position at Walter Reed and National Naval Medical Center in Washington, DC. Dr. Marshall is currently an Assistant Professor of Neurology at the Uniformed Services University and an Adjunct Assistant Professor with the Neurocritical Care Division of the Department of Neurology at the University of Utah. He is the medical Director for the 2T Neurosurgical/Neurotrauma Unit at SAMMC.

Dr. Marshall has research interests in the care of patients with Neurologic Critical Illness, severe traumatic brain injury, and high altitude related cognitive dysfunction. He has published in the areas of aneurysmal subarachnoid hemorrhage, traumatic brain injury, transcranial Doppler ultrasound, neuromuscular complications of critical illness, ischemic stroke, and neuroterrorism. Current grant proposals are in the areas of hypoxia induced oxidative stress with exhaustive exercise, utility of transcranial Doppler in severe Neurologic illness and brain trauma, and neuroimaging findings in battlefield related head trauma. He is a member of the PREVENT II research team for service members with traumatic brain injury sustained in combat. Dr. Marshall is triple boarded with board certifications in Neurology, Vascular Neurology, and Neurocritical Care. He lives with his wife and two sons in Alamo Heights, Texas.

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