Staff Profiles

Dr. Jonathan Sevransky

Jonathan Sevransky, MD, MHS

Jonathan Sevransky, MD, MHS is Assistant Professor of Medicine, Director of the Emory University Hospital MICU and Assistant Director for Medicine of the Emory Critical Care Center.  Dr. Sevransky completed his undergraduate studies at Dartmouth College, medical school at George Washington University, internal medicine residency at Columbia Presbyterian, and subspecialty fellowship training in critical care and pulmonary medicine at the National Institutes of Health and Johns Hopkins. He also completed a post-graduate Master of Health Sciences in the Graduate Clinical Program in Clinical Investigation at Johns Hopkins. Dr. Sevransky conducts clinical research in critically ill patients, with his primary interests being in sepsis and complications of sepsis such as septic shock and sepsis induced acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS). He also has a developing research interest in factors that may modify the effects of investigational agents in critical care clinical trials.

Dr. Sevransky is the co-author of more than 75 scientific articles, reviews, book chapters, editorials and scientific abstracts. He serves as section editor for the journal Critical Care Medicine, and will be assuming the position of president elect of the internal medicine section of the Society of Critical Care Medicine in 2013. Dr Sevransky teaches medical students, medical residents and pulmonary critical care fellows at Emory University, and has mentored many residents, fellows, and affiliate providers over the past 10 years.