David Magnuson is the Head of Paediatric Surgery at the Cleveland Clinic and completed his education in molecular and cell biology at Priceton University. After graduating with a Magna cum laude degree, he received his Ph.D. from the University of Minnesota. He received all of his surgical training, including his training in pediatric surgery, at the University of Washington in Seattle. During his time there, he won the American College of Surgeons National Research Competition in basic science research for his work on the molecular mechanisms of septic shock.
Dr. David Magnuson served National Children's Medical Center in Washington, D.C. from 1993 to 1998, joined the Cleveland Clinic in 1998. As soon as he began his tenure there, he initiated the Pediatric Minimally Invasive Surgery Program and served as Chair of the Department of Pediatric Surgery at Rainbow Babies and Children's Hospital in Cleveland. Dr. David Magnuson returned to Cleveland Clinic in 2007 and continues to serve as the Head of the Department of Pediatric Surgery. Dr. David Magnuson's surgical interests include the application of innovative minimally invasive technologies to infant and child surgery.
He works in the pediatric surgery department.
Dr. David works at - Cleveland Clinic Main Campus.
Dr. David specializes in diseases and treatments such as colectomy, fecal diversion, circumcision, and anal fissures, appendicitis, achalasia.