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David J. Salvetti, MD, began his residency with the University of Pittsburgh Department of Neurosurgery in July 2013. He graduated from Vanderbilt University in 2009 with a BE in biomedical engineering, and then attended the University of Virginia School of Medicine, graduating in 2013. During both undergraduate and medical school, Dr. Salvetti was involved in neurosurgery research ranging from software development to the clinical outcomes of Gamma Knife surgery. During residency his research has focused on the clinical outcomes of elective spine surgery.
Dr. Salvetti was born in Willow Grove, Pa., and grew up in east Tennessee. Outside neurosurgery his interests include mechanics, hiking, fishing, and other outdoor pursuits.
His publications may be reviewed through the National Library of Medicine’s publication database.
Best Presentation Award, Stuart Rowe Society Lectureship and Resident Research Day, 2015
For this UPMC surgeon, music is an important prescription for a successful procedure
March 1, 2017