Janos Geli, M.D., Ph.D., joined the Department of Anesthesiology in February as an assistant professor of anesthesiology in the Division of Critical Care Medicine. Geli earned his medical degree from University of Pecs Medical School in Hungary and subsequently completed work as a research fellow, attained a Ph.D., and completed a post-doctoral fellowship at Karolinska University in Stockholm, Sweden.
After his post-doctoral fellowship, Geli spent six years training in anesthesia and critical care medicine at Karolinska University and in 2015, he joined their faculty. Most recently, Geli worked as an assistant professor at the University of Texas Medical Branch-Galveston.
Geli’s research and clinical interests include extra corporeal membrane oxygenation, mechanical circulatory supports, cardiogenic shock, critical care of solid organ transplanted patients, and coagulation monitoring in the ICU. In his free time, Geli enjoys spending time traveling with his wife and two daughters, watching documentaries, and reading history, politics, and classical literature.