Dario Fauza | Education
1986, San Paulo, Brazil
1991, San Paulo, Brazil
1997, Boston, MA
2000, Boston, MA
Dario Fauza | Professional History
Dario Fauza received MD and PhD degrees from the University of Sao Paulo, in Brazil, where he also attended internship and residencies in general and pediatric surgery. He then moved to the United States, over 25 years ago, where he completed his training in different clinical and postdoctoral fellowships, all at Children's Hospital Boston and Harvard Medical School. He is currently a staff member of Boston Children's Hospital’s Department of Surgery and Advanced Fetal Care Center, as well as an Associate Professor of Surgery at Harvard Medical School.
He has an extensive bibliography and is the recipient of multiple awards and honors in the United States and abroad. He has pioneered a number of cell-based strategies for the treatment of congenital anomalies, including the principles of fetal tissue engineering in parallel to gestation and of transamniotic stem cell therapy (TRASCET). He has an extensive history of mentoring surgical trainees who went on to successful careers in Pediatric Surgery.