Dr. Frederick Zeiler, BSc, MD, FRCSC (Neurosurgery) is a Canadian neurosurgeon/neurointensivist who is currently a Cambridge Trust Scholar and PhD student in the Division of Anaesthesia under the supervision of Prof David K. Menon. He currently holds an academic appointment as Assistant Professor of Neurosurgery in the Department of Surgery, at the University of Manitoba, Canada.
His past education includes: BSc from the University of Manitoba (with a focus in mathematics and physical chemistry), MD from the University of Manitoba, Surgical Foundations Residency training at the University of Manitoba, Neurosurgery residency at the University of Manitoba, Royal College of Surgeons of Canada certification in Neurosurgery, Fellowship with the Royal College of Surgeons of Canada – FRCSC (Neurosurgery), and a 1-year Neurocritical Care Fellowship at the Montreal Neurological Institute.
Dr. Zeiler’s research interests include neurotrauma and neurocritical care. His thesis topic focuses on the drivers of autoregulatory failure post severe traumatic brain injury, incorporating genetics and high resolution continuous data from multimodal intra-cranial monitoring.