Marin Darsie, MD

Assistant Professor (CHS) of Emergency Medicine & Neurosurgery

Education

  • Undergraduate: University of Notre Dame
  • Medical School: Rosalind Franklin University School of Medicine and Science
  • Residency: University of North Carolina Emergency Medicine Residency - Chief Resident
  • Fellowship: University of North Carolina Neurocritical Care Fellowship

Biography

Dr. Marin Darsie completed her training in emergency medicine at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill where she served as Chief Resident. She then stayed on at UNC-Chapel Hill to complete a fellowship in neurocritical care. Dr. Darsie was the first EM/critical care faculty at the University of Wisconsin and clinically staffs in the emergency department, neurocritical care unit, and eICU. Her book, "The Pocket Guide to Neurocritical Care," was published by the Neurocritical Care Society in September 2017.

Dr. Darsie is also the VotER Site Champion for the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health. VotER is a national program that aims to help the 50 million people in the U.S. who are not registered to vote become registered voters and cast a ballot. VotER focuses on patients in the emergency department and other clinics where marginalized patients receive care, as many of the 50 million unregistered voters are those in underserved populations. Dr. Darsie was interviewed by the American Medical Association in 2020 regarding her involvement with VotER and the intersection of civic health and healthcare.