Boston Herald shares story of renowned Ebola researcher treated at Harborview by Dr. Reza Firoozabadi

Dr. Firoozabadi

Renowned Harvard Ebola researcher, Dr. Pardis Sabeti, was involved in a near-fatal ATV accident in Montana in July. She was flown to Harborview, the nearest Level 1 trauma center, where she was treated by Dr. Reza Firoozabadi for a shattered pelvis and left knee and a broken right knee.

Excerpt from the story-
"In a way, she was lucky, said her surgeon, Dr. Reza Firoozabadi.

“With that significant of an injury, she’s quite fortunate to not have sustained abdominal, thoracic and brain injuries,” 
he said.

She now has five stainless steel plates helping to hold her body together, Firoozabadi said."

Click here for the complete article posted in the Boston Herold covering Dr. Sabeti and Dr. Firoozabadi's care of her: 'Car crash leaves Ebola researcher with own struggle'

Read the story as a .pdf: Car crash leaves Ebola researcher with own struggle (PDF)