Rachel Hadler, MD


Assistant Professor, Anesthesiology and Critical Care, Perelman School of Medicine

Dr. Hadler is an anesthesiologist, intensivist and palliative care physician by training. She initially became interested in healthcare while working in antibiotic stewardship research as an undergraduate at Johns Hopkins, and throughout her training has remained interested in resource allocation and guardianship across a variety of care settings. Her current research focuses on communication and decisionmaking surrounding aggressive interventions in critically and terminally ill patients. In the past, she has also worked on a variety of health policy and outcomes research projects. Dr. Hadler is a former Fulbright Scholar, Fellow at Auschwitz for the Study of Professional Ethics, and Max Kade Fellow, and continues to explore how historical and cultural precedent impacts medical ethics today.