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Daniel Budreau, MD, PhD

General & Vascular Surgery

Daniel Budreau, MD, PhD

About Daniel Budreau, MD, PhD

Daniel Budreau, MD, PhD, is a general surgeon specializing in trauma and critical care with Aurora BayCare General & Vascular Surgery in Green Bay, Wisconsin.


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Board Certified by the American Board of Surgery – Surgery

Board Certified by the American Board of Surgery – Surgical Critical Care


2014 University of Chicago, Chicago, IL


University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics – General Surgery


University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics – Surgical Critical Care

Professional Associations and Memberships

American College of Surgeons

The Eastern Association for the Surgery of Trauma

Society of Critical Care Medicine

Admission Lymphopenia Predicts Increased Infectious Complications and Mortality in Traumatic Brain Injury Victims. American College of Surgeons, Committee on Trauma, Iowa Chapter, Resident paper competition, 2019.


Breast MRI-based Feature Analysis in Predicting Neoadjuvant Therapy Response. Radiological Society of North America, 98th Scientific Assembly. Scientific presentation (formal), 2013.


Predicting response to neoadjuvant therapy of breast cancer with a computer-extracted MRI-tumor signature. Poster presentation. Translational Research to Inform Modern Medicine. University of Chicago/Northshore University Healthsystem Joint Symposium, 2012.


Budreau, D. (2010). Curve Enumeration on the Quintic Threefold. Ph.D. thesis. University of California, San Diego.


Ball, K.T., Budreau, D., and Rebec, G.V. (2006). Context-dependent behavioral and neuronal sensitization in striatum to MDMA (ecstasy) administration in rats. European Journal of Neuroscience, 24: 217-228.


Ball, K.T., Budreau, D., and Rebec, G.V. (2003). Acute effects of 3,4-methylenedioxy-methamphetamine on striatal single-unit activity and behavior in freely moving rats: differential involvement of dopamine D(1) and D(2) receptors. Brain Res., 994 (2):203-15.