Jefferson University Hospitals

Physician Profile

Joshua Marks, MD, FACS

Jefferson University Physician

Academic Title: Assistant Professor

Surgery - Trauma (Acute Care)

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Office Locations

1100 Walnut Street
5th Floor
Philadelphia PA 19107
Phone: (215) 955-2165
Fax: (215) 923-7957

Medical Services

Board Certifications

  • Surgery
  • Surgical Critical Care

Hospital Affiliation / Admitting Privileges

  • Thomas Jefferson University Hospital


  • Jefferson Medical College, Medical School


  • Thomas Jefferson University Hospital


  • Thomas Jefferson University Hospital


  • Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania

Recent Publications

Early heparin administration after traumatic brain injury: Prolonged cognitive recovery associated with reduced cerebral edema and neutrophil sequestration

Unfractionated heparin after TBI reduces in vivo cerebrovascular inflammation, brain edema and accelerates cognitive recovery

Does enoxaparin interfere with HMGB1 signaling after TBI? A potential mechanism for reduced cerebral edema and neurologic recovery

Enoxaparin ameliorates post-traumatic brain injury edema and neurologic recovery, reducing cerebral leukocyte endothelial interactions and vessel permeability in vivo

Selepressin in septic shock: Sharpening the VASST effects of vasopressin?

In vivo leukocyte-mediated brain microcirculatory inflammation: A comparison of osmotherapies and progesterone in severe traumatic brain injury

Similar effects of hypertonic saline and mannitol on the inflammation of the blood-brain barrier microcirculation after brain injury in a mouse model

Technical skills acquisition in surgery-bound senior medical students: An evaluation of student assertiveness

Occult pulmonary arteriovenous malformation resulting in acute mesenteric ischemia and post-operative respiratory failure

Hypertonic saline resuscitation of hemorrhagic shock does not decrease in vivo neutrophil interactions with endothelium in the blood-brain microcirculation

The mortality inflection point for age and acute cervical spinal cord injury

Lower extremity vascular stenting for a post-traumatic pseudoaneurysm in a young trauma patient