Jeremy Cannon is a member of the Division of Traumatology, Surgical Critical Care & Emergency surgery at the University of Pennsylvania. Cannon recently completed his active duty service as a Trauma Surgeon in the US Air Force, and he is now a Col (select) in the US Air Force Reserves. His clinical interests include trauma resuscitation, balloon aortic occlusion, and thoracic injury. He is working to promote hemorrhage control measures in the community as a means of translating military lessons learned into civilian practice.

Jeremy W. Cannon Associate Professor of Surgery, Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA, US

Jeremy Cannon is a member of the Division of Traumatology, Surgical Critical Care & Emergency surgery at the University of Pennsylvania. Cannon recently completed his active duty service as a Trauma Surgeon in the US Air Force, and he is now a Col (select) in the US Air Force Reserves. His clinical interests include trauma resuscitation, balloon aortic occlusion, and thoracic injury. He is working to promote hemorrhage control measures in the community as a means of translating military lessons learned into civilian practice.

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