Faculty

abraham michael.jpg
Michael Abraham, MD, MS
Clinical Assistant Professor, Regional Director, University of Maryland School of Medicine
Similar to the field of Emergency Medicine Dr. Abraham has varied academic interests. He has lectured locally, nationally, and internationally on topics relating to Emergency Medicine. His main interest in both research and academic endeavors is in the field of neurological emergencies. He has published articles, coordinated mutli-center research as a PI in the Neurological Emergency Treatment Trials (NETT) consortium. He also has a special interest in teaching procedures and is a co-developer of a cadaver based course designed to teach high-risk critical procedures to EM physicians. He has served as editor for books on traumatic orthopedic injuries and neurological emergencies. He has also been involved in many administrative functions within the Department of Emergency Medicine. He has served as the Assistant Residency Program Director from 2009-2016 and as the Assistant Medical Director for the University of Maryland Medical Center Adult Emergency Department. Currently, he is the Chairman of the Department of Emergency Medicine at the University of Maryland Upper Chesapeake Health System.
+ Show Details
Profile Image
Daniel Ackil, MD
Emergency Ultrasound Fellow, Clinical Instructor, Denver Health
AhnJames_original-880d9dff13d2dbd3423e5579d9ce3697.jpg
James Ahn, MD
Assistant Professor of Medicine, University of Chicago
James Ahn MD is an Assistant Professor of Medicine at the University of Chicago. He is the Associate Program Director for the Residency Program and the Director of the Medical Education Fellowship.
+ Show Details
M102405-16JK-F013b Ander.jpg
Douglas Ander, MD
Assistant Dean Medical Education, Emory University School of Medicine
Dr. Douglas S. Ander earned his Medical Degree from Hahnemann University School of Medicine in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He completed his residency in Emergency Medicine/Internal Medicine at Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit, Michigan, where he was also Chief Resident in the Department of Emergency Medicine.

Currently, Dr. Ander is a Professor of Emergency Medicine and Director of Undergraduate Education for Emergency Medicine at Emory University School of Medicine. He is responsible for direct patient care and supervision of residents, medical students, physician assistants and nurse practitioners at Grady Memorial Hospital Emergency Department for the past 20 years. Dr. Ander has authored multiple journal articles, book chapters, and other publications, and he is active on numerous committees within Grady, Emory, and nationally. Recently his scholarly and educational efforts have focused on inter-professional teamwork education and simulation. Additional academic roles include Assistant Dean for Medical Education and Director of the Emory Center for Experiential Learning which is the Emory School of Medicine simulation center.

School of Medicine on Facebook
LIKE US ON FACEBOOK
EMORY HOME| CONTACTS| EMERGENCY| CAREER
+ Show Details
Atallah Hany.jpg
Hany Atallah, MD
Associate Professor, Chief of Emergency Medicine at Grady Health Care, Emory University School of Medicine
Dr. Atallah joined the Emory University School of Medicine faculty in 2003. He received his MD at New York Medical College and completed his emergency medicine residency at Jacobi/Montefiore Emergency Medicine Residency Program of the Albert Einstein College of Medicine. Dr. Atallah is the recipient of Georgia College of Emergency Physicians Medical Director of the Year for 2014, Georgia Association of Physician Assistants Physician of the Year for 2013. He has also won several teaching awards for residents and medical students and was a Finalist for the prestigious Franz Edelman Award for Excellence in Operations Research. Dr. Atallah is a member of American College of Emergency Physicians, Society for Academic Emergency Medicine, Georgia College of Emergency Physicians, Eastern Association for the Surgery of Trauma and the American Association for Physician Leadership. His/her research interests include ED operational research, patient flow, and core measures.
+ Show Details
babcock christine.jpg
Chrissy Babcock, MD
Program Director, Emergency Medicine Residency Program, The University of Chicago Section of Emergency Medicine
Christine A. Babcock, MD attended the University of Wisconsin-Madison for both her undergraduate and medical school studies. In 2007, Dr. Babcock completed emergency medicine resident training at the University of Chicago. After completing her residency, she then went on to receive her Master of Science in Threat and Response Management (MSc). She is now an Associate Professor of Medicine & the Program Director for the Emergency Medicine Residency Program at the University of Chicago.
+ Show Details
bailitz john.PNG
John Bailitz, MD
Program Director Department of Emergency Medicine, Associate Professor Feinberg School of Medicine, Northwestern Medicine
Profile Image
Whitney Barrett, MD
Denver Health
Joe Professional Pic Hurley.jpg
Joe Betcher, MD
Ultrasound Director, Lake Michigan Emergency Specialists Group at Mercy Health in Muskegon, MI, Mercy Health
Joe Betcher completed his emergency medicine residency and ultrasound fellowship at the University of Michigan. He currently works as the Ultrasound Director for the Lake Michigan Emergency Specialists group at Mercy Health in Muskegon, MI, and is an assistant professor of emergency medicine at Michigan State University. He is in charge of all ultrasound education for the emergency medicine residency for the Muskegon EM residency. He has worked in the past to help develop an ultrasound curriculum for the University of Michigan Medical School, work with the Special Operations Combat Medics in training of bedside ultrasound prior to military deployment, and also publish research on alternate techniques of ultrasound guided central lines. He has additional interests in wilderness medicine, having completed a wilderness fellowship through the Wilderness Medical Society.
+ Show Details
Bond Michael RMWC.jpg
Michael Bond, MD
Associate Professor, Residency Director, University of Maryland School of Medicine
Michael C. Bond, MD, FACEP, FAAEM
Associate Professor in Emergency Medicine/ Residency Program Director
University of Maryland School of Medicine, Dept of Emergency Medicine, Maryland, USA
Adjunct Associate Professor of Computer Science and Electrical Engineering
University of Maryland Baltimore County, Maryland, USA

Dr. Bond received his medical degree from the University of Maryland School of Medicine. Post medical school he fulfilled a four-year commitment to the US Navy by serving on aboard the USS Dwight D. Eisenhower (CVN-69), a nuclear aircraft carrier, and in a medical clinic. He left active service in the Navy in 2000 to complete a combined residency in Emergency Medicine and Internal Medicine at Allegheny General Hospital in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. He joined the faculty at the University of Maryland School of Medicine Department of Emergency Medicine in 2005, and became the Residency program director in 2011. His academic interests are Orthopaedic emergencies, technology, and critical care emergencies. Dr. Bond has lectured nationally and internationally on residency education, patient safety, technology and orthopaedics.
+ Show Details
db pic.jpg
Dennis Boyle, MD
Rheumatologist, Denver Health, Professor of Medicine, Univ of Colorado, Denver Health
Dennis Boyle has been involved in the communications field for twenty years. For 6 years he was the director of the communication program for the medical students at the University of Colorado.
Over the last 15 years he has been a risk manager at the COPIC medical liability company and speaks across the state on the topic of disclosing errors and other communication and malpractice issues.
He is an academic Rheumatologist at Denver Health and Hospitals and a professor of medicine at the University of Colorado.
Doctor Boyle is also an Assistant dean at the University of Colorado in charge of the Office of Community based Medical education.
He is the member of the Academy of medical educators and was director of iTeach and consulting program to help improve faculty teaching.
+ Show Details
Broderick Kerry.JPG
Kerry Broderick, MD
Professor, Emergency Medicine Medical Director of SBIRT Colorado, University of Colorado School of Medicine
Dr. Kerry Broderick is an emergency medicine doctor in Denver, Colorado and is affiliated with Denver Health Medical Center. She received her medical degree from Rush Medical College and has been in practice for more than 20 years.
+ Show Details
bryant sean.jpg
Sean Bryant, MD
Associate Professor, Emergency Medicine, Cook County Health and Hospitals System
Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine; Cook County Health and Hospitals System. Associate Medical Director; Illinois Poison Center. Assistant Program Director; Toxikon Consortium Medical Toxicology Fellowship. Chicago, IL
+ Show Details
IMG_2378.jpg
Jennie Buchanan, MD
PGY4 Associate Program Director, Denver Health Medical Center
Jennie Buchanan, MD is the PGY4 Associate Program Director for the Denver Health Residency in Emergency Medicine, a Staff Physician, Denver Health Medical Center, a Medical Toxicologist, Rocky Mountain Poison & Drug Center and Associate Professor in the Department of Emergency Medicine at the University of Colorado School of Medicine.
+ Show Details
Cheema,Navneet Headshot.jpg
Navneet Cheema, MD
University of Chicago
Dr. Cheema completed her Emergency Medicine Residency at Northwestern University. She spent the next two years pursuing a toxicology fellowship at the Toxikon Consortium in Chicago. She is currently the Assistant Program Director for the emergency medicine residency. Her predominant interests are in acute and critical care toxicology and resident education.
+ Show Details
cole jon.jpg
Jon Cole, MD
Emergency Medicine, Hennepin County Medical Center, MN
Jon B Cole, MD is Medical Director of the Minnesota Poison Control System, a core faculty emergency physician at Hennepin County Medical Center, and an Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine at the University of Minnesota Medical School. His research interests include sedation of the acutely agitated and violent patient, calcium channel blocker and beta blocker poisoning, and emergency pharmacology. He is an alumnus of the University of Colorado School of Medicine.
+ Show Details
Picjpg.jpg
John Cook, DO
Emergency Physicians of the Rockies
John is a recent graduate of Cook County Emergency Medicine Residency. He recently moved back to his home state of Colorado with his beautiful wife and two children. He is passionate about critical care, trauma, and POCUS. He works for Emergency Physicians of the Rockies.
+ Show Details
Michael Cover.jpg
Michael Cover
Emergency Medicine Resident, University of Michigan
Dr. Cover is a graduate of Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine and completed emergency medicine residency at University of Michigan. He is currently an emergency ultrasound fellow at University of Michigan.
+ Show Details
Profile Image
Chris Davis, MD
University of Colorado
EMRA Headshot - cropped.jpg
Jamie Dhaliwal, MD, MPH
Administrative Fellow, University of Colorado
Jamie is currently a 2nd year Administrative Fellow at the University of Colorado Department of EM. He graduated from the Denver Health Residency in EM in 2016. He has been active in regulatory and legislative advocacy at the state and national level. He has previously served as the Legislative Advisor on the EMRA Board of Directors, and has also served on the boards of the National Emergency Medicine Political Action Committee and the Emergency Medicine Action Fund. He currently serves on the ACEP Coding and Nomenclature Advisory Committee.
+ Show Details
IMG_6050.JPG
Ramnik Dhaliwal, MD
Emergency Medicine, Hennepin County Medical Center and Colorado Permanente Group, Hennepin County Medical Center
Ricky is a graduate of University of Colorado School of Medicine and School of Law and completed a combined emergency medicine and internal medicine residency at Hennepin County Medical Center. He has served as president of the Emergency Medicine Residents’ Association, currently serves on ACEP’s Federal Government Affairs Committee as well as on the Reimbursement Committee, is on the MN ACEP Board of Directors, and previously was medical director of HCMC’s Urgent Care. He currently works as staff for Colorado Permanente Group in Denver and as clinical staff at Hennepin County Medical Center.
+ Show Details
doty_2_2_2.jpg
Christopher Doty, MD
University of Kentucky
Dr. Doty attended medical school at Jefferson Medical College in Philadelphia and then completed residency at the SUNY Downstate/Kings County Hospital EM program, where he eventually served as the Program Director, helping build that program into the largest Emergency Medicine training program in the world. Dr. Doty has won several teaching awards and is a career educator in Emergency Medicine.

In 2012, Dr. Doty transitioned to the University of Kentucky where he served as the Vice Chair and the Program Director for the Department of Emergency Medicine. He ended his 15-year tenure as a Program Director in 2017 to focus on his roles as the incoming President of the Council of Residency Directors in Emergency Medicine and Vice Chair at UK. He is a tenured Professor in the UK College of Medicine.

His efforts have refocused the Department of Emergency Medicine at the University of Kentucky towards excellence in medical education, faculty development, and patient care. His professional interests include medical education, physician resiliency, creating learner-centered educational models, acute decompensated heart failure treatments, and cognitive errors. Most recently, he has championed the effort of creating Resiliency in Emergency Physicians.
+ Show Details
Driver Brian RMWC.jpg
Brian Driver, MD
Emergency Medicine, Hennepin County Medical Center
Graduated from University of Colorado School of Medicine and completed a combined Emergency Medicine / Internal Medicine residency at Hennepin County Medical Center. Currently a practicing emergency physician and Director of Clinical Researchin the HCMC Emergency Department. Course Instructor forthe Difficult Airway Course. Research interests include Emergency Airway Management and ED Hyperglycemia.
+ Show Details
JCD Ducanto Photo.jpg
James DuCanto, MD
Department of Anesthesiology, Aurora St. Luke's Medical Center, Aurora St. Luke's Medical Center
headshot.jpg
Sean Dyer, MD
Cook County Medical Center
Medical School: Rush Medical College
Residency: Cook County Emergency Medicine
Education Faculty at Cook County Emergency Medicine Residency
M4 Clerkship Director
Interests: Social media/FOAMed, education curriculums, resident education
+ Show Details
ehrman portrait 1.jpg
Robert Ehrman, MD
Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine, Wayne State University
Dr. Ehrman is an Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine at Wayne State University in Detroit, MI. He received his medical degree from Northwestern University in 2007. He completed his Emergency Medicine Residency at Yale-New Have Hospital and a Fellowship in Emergency Ultrasound at Cook County Hospital in Chicago, IL. He currently serves as the Assistant Director of Emergency Ultrasound at Detroit Medical Center/Sinai-Grace Hospital and Assistant Director of the Emergency Ultrasound Fellowship at Wayne State University. Dr. Ehrman’s primary research interest is the use of point-of-care ultrasound in critical illness, primarily heart failure and sepsis. He has published multiple peer-reviewed papers on the use of advanced echocardiographic techniques by Emergency Physicians.
+ Show Details
Joy English Prof Photo.jpg
Joy English, MD
University of Utah
Dr. English is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Orthopaedics and Emergency Medicine at the University of Utah.  Dr. English serves as the director of Ultrasound Education for the Primary Care Sports Medicine Fellowship and is the Medical Director of the Orthopedic Injury Clinic.  Her career in medicine began at Rush Medical College of Rush University where she was elected to the Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Society and graduated in the top 10% of her medical school class. She then pursued residency training in Emergency Medicine at Washington University in Saint Louis where she later served as a Chief Resident. Following residency, Dr. English completed fellowships in both Emergency Ultrasound and Primary Care Sports Medicine. Dr. English is Board Ceritifed in Emergency Medicine and in Primary Care Sports Medicine. She also holds certifications in Abdominal and Musculoskeletal Ultrasonography from the American Registry for Diagnostic Sonography.
+ Show Details
Feldman Robert.jpg
Robert Feldman, MD
Cook County Health and Hospital System Disaster Director, Assistant Professor, Department of Emergen, Cook County Health and Hospitals System
Dr. Robert Feldman trained in emergency medicine at Highland Hospital in Oakland, CA. After a stint working in community hospitals in the Bay Area, he moved to Chicago for an academic EM job at Cook County Hospital. He has been faculty there for over 19 years. Dr. Feldman has authored several book chapters on various procedures, and looks forward to teaching RMWC’s sim procedure lab again this year.
+ Show Details
Unknown.png
Chris Fung, MD
Resident at the University of Michigan & St. Joseph Mercy Hospital
Chris is currently a fourth year resident at the University of Michigan and Saint Joseph Mercy Hospital Emergency Medicine residency. He is currently completing his two-year track in emergency ultrasound and will be starting a fellowship in critical care medicine later this year. Prior to residency, he completed medical school and the Physician Scientist Training Program at the University of Pittsburgh and graduated from the University of California, Berkeley. His academic interests include emergency ultrasound, echocardiography and other critical care applications of point of care ultrasound.
+ Show Details
Gottlieb Michael.jpg
Michael Gottlieb, MD, RDMS
Ultrasound Director at Rush University Medical Center, Rush University Medical Center
Dr. Gottlieb is an Emergency Physician and the Director of Emergency Ultrasound at Rush University Medical Center. He completed his residency training in Emergency Medicine at Cook County Hospital and completed an Ultrasound Fellowship at the Rush University/Cook County Hospital combined program. He is the co-creator and Chief Academic Officer for the Academic Life in Emergency Medicine (ALiEM) Faculty Incubator, Associate Editor for the Western Journal of Emergency Medicine, and Social Media Editor for Academic Emergency Medicine. He has published over 90 peer-reviewed publications with a primary research focus in ultrasound and medical education.
+ Show Details
Profile Image
Richard Gray, MD
Hennepin County Medical Center
Griggs Christopher.jpg
Christopher Griggs, MD
Emergency Medicine, Carolinas Medical Center, Charlotte, NC
Christopher Griggs MD, MPH graduated from Emory College, Rollins School of Public Health, and Emory School of Medicine. He completed Emergency Medicine residency training at Boston Medical Center this year. His current research focuses on the use of prescription monitoring programs in the Emergency Department setting and he has interests in health policy and opioid abuse.
+ Show Details
MGH Hayden photo.jpg
Emily M. Hayden, MD, MHPE
Director of Telemedicine, Massachusetts General Hospital, Massachusetts General Hospital
Emily M. Hayden, MD, MHPE is Director of Telemedicine at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) Department of Emergency Medicine. After her EM training at Indiana University, she completed a simulation fellowship at MGH and Harvard Medical School. She spent the past decade working with the MGH Learning Laboratory and Simulation Center and at Harvard Medical School’s Gilbert Program in Medical Simulation. Since 2016, she has been the physician champion for the telemedicine program in her department and has been the Director since 2017. She is the inaugural chair for the SAEM Telehealth Interest Group which was started in 2017.
+ Show Details
IMG_0200.JPG
Jean Hoffman, MD
Assistant Professor, Emergency Medicine, University of Colorado School of Medicine
EM Intensivist at University of Colorado in the Departments of Emergency Medicine & Anesthesia. I serve as the Assistant Fellowship Director of Anesthesia Critical Care. My clinical duties include staffing the Burn ICU, Surgical/Trauma ICU, Virtual ICU as well as clinical shifts in the ED. My primary clinical interests include ECMO, Burn Care; Pain/Sedation of the Intubated Patient.
+ Show Details
Hoffman P.PNG
Patrick Hoffman
Cook County Health and Hospitals System
EM Senior Resident, PGY-4 at Cook County Hospital in Chicago.
Pursuing Medical Simulation Fellowship next year, at same hospital.
Originally from Little Rock, AR
Studied at University of Arkansas: Degrees in Biochemistry and German
Hobbies: Short Film Directing/Editing, Travel, Music, Football
+ Show Details
Profile Image
Christopher Hogrefe, MD
Northwestern University
Holladay_Dallas-min.jpg
Dallas Holladay
MD
"Originally from Portland, Oregon, I moved to Phoenix for medical school at A.T. Still University in 2009. Next, I relocated to Chicago to complete a four year residency in emergency medicine at Midwestern University. During residency I discovered my passion for ultrasound and decided to stay in Chicago for an ultrasound fellowship at a joint program between Cook County Hospital and Rush University Medical Center. When I'm not pushing the ultrasound through the emergency department, I skate for the Windy City Rollers roller derby league."
+ Show Details
B Honigman (1).JPG
Benjamin Honigman, MD
Professor of Emergency Medicine, Associate Dean, Clinical Outreach, University of Colorado School of Medicine​
Dr. Honigman graduated from Tufts Medical School in 1974 and completed his residency in emergency medicine at Denver General Hospital in 1979. He was the Research Director for 1 year and then was the Editor in Chief at Micromedex developing the EMERGINDEX system which was the first emergency medicine textbook using CD technology. He became Section Head of Emergency Medicine at the University of Colorado School of Medicine in the Department of Surgery in 1985 and then became Division Head in 1992. During that time he was a consultant at the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment where he served as the Medical Director for EMS and Trauma and helped to develop the trauma system for the state of Colorado. In 2003, he started the Altitude Research Center at the medical school, a position he held until 2010. He led the effort for the Division of Emergency Medicine to become an academic department in the medical school which occurred in January 2010. He served as Interim and Founding Chair until 2012. He is now the Associate Dean for Clinical Outreach for the School of Medicine and the Medical Director for Clinical Outreach for the University of Colorado Hospital. Dr. Honigman has published over 100 papers in the areas of altitude medicine, trauma care and pre-hospital activities. He became a Professor of Emergency Medicine in 2002 and has been instrumental in the development of a strong research and educational program of emergency medicine and altitude medicine in the School of Medicine. His main interest in altitude is the adaptation of visitors to moderate altitude and the impact on co-morbid conditions for individuals living at moderate
+ Show Details
calvin.jpg
Calvin Huang MD, MPH
MD, MPH, Massachusetts General Hospital
Calvin K Huang hails from Boston, MA where he is an attending physician at Massachusetts General Hospital.
Calvin is a HAEMR graduate. Following this he completed an Emergency Ultrasound fellowship at MGH in 2010, and is now currently the Director of PA Ultrasound Education at his institution. He is also the current Secretary of the SAEM AEUS Executive Committee. He enjoys outdoor activities and animal care in his spare time.
+ Show Details
EJBC Headshot_reduced size.jpg
Emilie Calvello Hynes, MD, MPH
University of Colorado
Emilie J. Calvello Hynes is a specialist in emergency medicine and public health. She earned her medical degree and Masters of Public Health at Johns Hopkins University and has crossed trained in austere emergency care through the International Committee of the Red Cross, Harvard University and the World Health Organization. Her professional interest is in developing emergency care capacity via innovative approaches to health system development and education of health care personnel to provide best practice service delivery in low resource settings. She currently leads the Global Emergency Care Initiative at the University of Colorado. She holds multiple faculty appointments in the U.S. at the University of Colorado School of Medicine and School of Public Health, in South Africa at the University of Stellenbosch and in the UAE at the University of the United Arab Emirates Faculty of Medicine. She served as director of emergency services for International Medical Corps immediately after the 2010 Haiti earthquake, senior technical advisor to Catholic Relief Services during the Haiti cholera epidemic and senior faculty at JFK Medical Center in Monrovia, Liberia from 2009 to 2013. She is a consultant to the US State Department for their Senior Crisis Management and Hospital Based Management of Mass Casualty Incident courses held throughout the world.
+ Show Details
Profile Image
Bonnie Kaplan, MD
University of Colorado
Kerns.jpg
Russ Kerns, MD
Director, Medical Toxicology Division Dept of Emergency Medicine, Carolinas Medical Center
Russ directs the Medical Toxicology division of the Department of Emergency Medicine at Carolinas Medical Center, Charlotte, NC. His professional goal is to promote the sub-specialty practice of Medical Toxicology through clinical care, research, and education. Research endeavors have included new antidotes, cardiovascular toxins, decontamination, toxic alcohols, and crotaline snake envenomation. Educational efforts include national and international didactic presentations, journal and textbook contributions, and emergency medicine and toxicology journal peer review. Professional service to national organizations include the American College of Medical Toxicology Board of Directors and Research Committee Chair, participation in multidisciplinary consensus evidence-based medicine work groups, and peer review for Emergency Medicine and Toxicology journals.
+ Show Details
Kessler Ross RMWC.jpg
Ross Kessler, MD
Instructor, Emergency Medicine, University of Michigan Health System
Ross A. Kessler, MD: Dr. Kessler is the Co-Director of Clinical Ultrasound and the Associate Director of the Clinical Ultrasound Fellowship in the Department of Emergency Medicine at the University of Michigan. Dr. Kessler is a graduate of the University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine. He completed residency at the University of Pennsylvania and an emergency ultrasound fellowship at Denver Health Medical Center. Dr. Kessler has a specific interest in the utilization of ultrasound in critical care, the development of automated clinical ultrasound technology, and the integration of ultrasound in medical education. He is the director of the critical care ultrasound curriculum for the aeromedical transport program at the University of Michigan and co-director of the ultrasound curriculum within the medical school. He is co-chair of the American College of Emergency Physicians critical care ultrasound subcommittee.
+ Show Details
Screen Shot 2017-12-02 at 3.58.00 PM.png
Usama Khalid, MD
Emergency Ultrasound, Emory University School of Medicine
Usama Khalid`is an Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine at Emory University - School of Medicine. He completed his medical degree at Wayne State University in Detroit, MI followed by Emergency Medicine residency training at Detroit Medical Center - Sinai Grace Hospital. Immediately following residency, he did a point of care ultrasound fellowship at Emory University. His interests include clinical application of point of care ultrasound as well as involvement in resident and medical student education.
+ Show Details
Khoujah Danya.jpg
Danya Khoujah, MBBS
Assistant Professor Emergency Medicine, University of Maryland School of Medicine
Dr Khoujah graduated from the University of Maryland Emergency Medicine Residency and is now an Assistant Professor at the University of Maryland, School of Medicine. She splits her clinical time between working on the main campus and one of the community hospitals in inner city Baltimore. She completed a Faculty Development Fellowship and is currently completing her Master of Education in Health Professions. She is interested in medical education, especially emergency neurology, geriatrics and medical simulation.
+ Show Details
Klig photo.jpg
Jean Klig, MD
Director of Undergraduate Education in the Division of Pediatric Emergency Medicine at Massachusetts, Massachusetts General Hospital
Jean Klig, MD is the Director of Undergraduate Education in the Division of Pediatric Emergency Medicine at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH). After her pediatric residency at Children’s Hospital Boston, she completed a pediatric EM fellowship at Oakland Children’s Hospital. She has spent the past two decades focused on medical education through roles at Yale, then at MGH/Harvard Medical School and the Harvard-Macy Institute. Dr. Klig is passionate about integrating the practical aspects of pediatric EM into EM residency and post-graduate training. She currently chair of the education subcommittee for the upcoming SAEM consensus conference on pediatric EM.
+ Show Details
fullsizeoutput_e31.jpg
Rebecca Kornas, MD
MD, US Acute Care Solutions & Denver Health
I am a community emergency medicine physician working in Denver Metro area with US Acute Care Solutions and Denver Health with an interest in difficult airway management, education and ultrasound.
I did my residency at Hennepin County Medical Center in Minneapolis, MN and then completed a fellowship in Emergency Airway Management and Research.
+ Show Details
Sara.Krzyzaniak.JPG
Sara M. Krzyzaniak, MD
Assistant Program Director, Emergency Medicine Residency University of Illinois College of Medicine, University of Illinois College of Medicine Peoria
Dr. Krzyzaniak graduated from Northwestern University's Feinberg School of Medicine prior to completing her EM residency at Denver Health. Dr. Krzyzaniak is now the assistant program director for the EM residency program at the University of Illinois Peoria. She works clinically at OSF Healthcare Saint Francis Medical Center, a regional tertiary referral center and Level 1 trauma center, and Children's Hospital of Illinois, the largest children's hospital between Chicago and St. Louis. She greatly enjoys working in academic medicine and has specific interests in curriculum development and resident wellness. In addition to her residency program leadership responsibilities, she also serves as the Chief Operating Officer for the Academic Life in Emergency Medicine Faculty Incubator, a national faculty development course.
+ Show Details
Profile Image
Joanne Kuntz, MD
Emory University
Lank_Headshot.jpg
Patrick Lank, MD
Northwestern University
Patrick Lank is an emergency physician and medical toxicologist at Northwestern Memorial Hospital in Chicago, where he is an assistant program director of the emergency medicine residency. Although residents love to quiz Patrick on toxicology esoterica, his academic interest focuses on the role emergency departments have in the healthcare of patients with addiction. In his free time, Patrick can be found training for triathlons, attempting to pick up new instruments, or chasing his toddler around the city.
+ Show Details
Lavonas head shot 2016-04 White Coat cropped.jpg
Eric Lavonas, MD
Denver Health
ric Lavonas, MD, FACEP, FACMT
Dr. Eric Lavonas is Interim Director of Emergency Medicine at the Denver Health Medical Center, attending Medical Toxicologist at the Rocky Mountain Poison and Drug Center, and Professor of Emergency Medicine at the University of Colorado School of Medicine. He received a BA in Health Care Policy from the University of Rochester in 1988 and an MD from the SUNY Upstate Medical University in 1992. Dr. Lavonas completed residency training in emergency medicine at Methodist Hospital of Indiana in 1995 and fellowship training in medical toxicology at Carolinas Medical Center in 2001. He is board certified in emergency medicine, medical toxicology, and undersea and hyperbaric medicine.
Dr. Lavonas has published extensively on the topic of snake envenomation and chaired the workgroup that published the unified treatment algorithm for the management of crotaline snakebite in the United States in 2011. He has chaired the Guidelines Writing Group for Special Circumstances of Resuscitation for the American Heart Association and served on the AHA Advanced Life Support subcommittee and the ALS Guidelines Writing Group His research has been published in Circulation, Resuscitation, Pediatrics, Annals of Emergency Medicine, Academic Emergency Medicine, MMWR, and The Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews.
When not at work, he enjoys chasing his 9 and 11 year old children around the great Colorado outdoors.
+ Show Details
Lemery.PNG
Jay Lemery, MD
Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine Chief Section of Wilderness and Environmental Medicine, ​​​University of Colorado School of Medicine
Dr. Jay Lemery is an Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine at the University of Colorado School of Medicine and is Chief of the Section of Wilderness and Environmental Medicine. He is the Past-President of the Wilderness Medical Society and has provided medical direction to National Science Foundation subcontractors operating at both poles, most recently serving as the EMS Medical Director for the United States Antarctic Program. Dr. Lemery has an academic expertise in austere and remote medical care as well as the effects of climate change on human health. He serves as a consultant for the Climate and Health Program at the
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and sits on the National Academy of Medicine's (IOM) Roundtable on Environmental Health
Sciences, Research, and Medicine. He is a Fellow of the American
College of Emergency Physicians and a past term member of the Council on Foreign Relations.

In 2016, helped to launch the University of Colorado's Consortium on Climate Change & Health, currently serving as its Associate Director.
He is the co-Editor of Global Climate Change and Human Heath: From Science to Practice (Jossey Bass, 2015). He serves as an advisor to the organization Climate for Health (ecoAmerica) and the George Mason University Center for Climate Change Communication. From 2005-2012, he was the Director of Cornell Wilderness Medicine and a member of the Global Health Steering Committee at the Weill Cornell Medical College
.
Dr. Lemery was an Echols Scholar at the University of Virginia and received his MD from the Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth. From 2003-04 he was chief resident in Emergency Medicine at NYU & Bellevue Hospitals. He also currently holds academic appointments at the Weill Cornell Medical College and the Harvard School of Public Health (FXB Center) where he is a Contributing Editor for its Journal Health and Human Rights and was Guest Editor for the June 2014 edition on 'Climate Justice'. He is affiliate faculty of the Colorado School of Public Health.
+ Show Details
Unknown.png
Matthew R. Levine, MD
Northwestern University
Dr Levine is the Director of Trauma services for the Department of Emergency Medicine for Northwestern Memorial Hospital. He created the online Orthopedics Teaching File that is the #1 Google hit if searching for ortho(pedics) teaching. It is geared specifically for Emergency Medicine providers for on shift and independent study use. His orthopedics module has been awarded best teaching module four separate years by the Northwestern EM residency.
+ Show Details
LevitanAirwayCamHeadShot.jpg
Richard Levitan, MD
MD, Airway Cam Tech, Inc.
Dr. Levitan was in the first class of Emergency Medicine residents at Bellevue Hospital in NYC (1990-1994). Frustrated with his training and skills in emergency airway management, he began a twenty-five year obsession with airway imaging, research, and education. He worked at inner city, level 1 trauma centers in NYC and Philadelphia for 23 years before moving to a critical care access hospitals in rural New Hampshire and Colorado. He regularly teaches airway procedure courses about the US and around the world; his monthly Baltimore cadaver course has been running for eighteen years. In 1994 he invented a head-mounted imaging system for laryngoscopy called the Airway Cam. Using this device he performed research on laryngoscopy techniques, capturing laryngeal view from the operator’s perspective. He has invented other airway devices (the Control Cric, the Universal Stylet Bougie, and the Levitan Optical Stylet) and has promoted and pioneered many airway techniques now in common practice including: epiglottoscopy, bimanual laryngoscopy, ear-to-sternal notch positioning, and nasal oxygenation during efforts securing a tube (NO DESAT). When not looking at the larynx he likes being in the mountains.
+ Show Details
Lewis.PNG
Trevor Lewis, MD
President Exec. Medical Staff, Medical Director EM Dept, Assoc. Prof Rush Medical College, JHS/Cook County Hospital
Medical Director Emergency Department JHS/Cook County Hospital
+ Show Details
Leibzeit Jason.JPG
Jason Liebzeit, MD
Associate Professor, Emory University School of Medicine
Dr. Liebzeit is an Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine, practicing in the emergency department at Grady Memorial Hospital, Atlanta’s largest Level 1 trauma center and a regional safety-net hospital. He is actively involved in the medical school, serving as a Lister Society Advisor; sitting on the Executive Curriculum Committee and chairing the Electives & Capstone Subcommittee; and co-directing the required fourth-year Capstone course. In addition to being a core faculty member for Emory’s emergency medicine residency, he is one of Emory emergency medicine’s designated “master educators.”
+ Show Details
Profile Image
Walt Lubbers, MD
University of Kentucky
Profile Image
Patrick Mahar
Current position/roles include attending physician in Pediatric Emergency Medicine at CHCO since 2006 and director of resident education for the section of Pediatric Emergency Medicine. Director of Mobile Medical Simulation Unit that teaches how to care for critically ill pediatric patients throughout Colorado and surrounding states.
+ Show Details
Majkrzak_Headshot_2016.jpg
Allen Majkrzak, MD
University of Michigan
Dr. Majkrzak is a graduate of the University of Michigan Medical School and completed his emergency medicine residency at the University of Michigan. He is currently a clinical ultrasound fellow at the University of Michigan. Dr. Majkrzak is also a Fellow in the Academy of Wilderness Medicine. His clinical interests include point of care ultrasound education, emergency department clinical operations, and wilderness medicine.
+ Show Details
Malka.png
Terez Malka, MD
Emergency Medicine, Massachusetts General Hospital
Terez Malka completed combined residency in Emergency Medicine and Pediatrics at Indiana University.  She worked for several years as clinical faculty within the division of Pediatric Emergency Medicine at Carolinas Medical Center.  Currently, she is completing a Fellowship in Wilderness Medicine at Massachusetts General Hospital while obtaining her Master's in Public Health from the Harvard Chan School of Public Health.  She divides her time evenly between adult and pediatric emergency medicine.  Clinical interests include pediatric emergency medicine, expedition medicine, humanitarian and disaster response, remote rural medicine, communication skills, and medical education.
+ Show Details
mason pic.jpg
Kerri Mason, MD
Denver Health
Medical School:  University of Nebraska Medical Center
Internship:  Children's Hospital Medical Center of Akron
Residency:  Akron General Medical Center
Attending Physician, Denver Health Residency in Emergency Medicine
Interests:  Avid reader, runner and sports enthusiast
+ Show Details
Mattu Amal.jpg
Amal Mattu, MD
Professor, University of Maryland School of Medicine
In 1987, Amal Mattu was at a crossroads in his life. The JV point guard with a deadly 3-point shot at Division III powerhouse Johns Hopkins University had to decide between pursuing a career in basketball or medicine. But after he failed to have one final growth spurt by age 20, Mattu made his decision: it would be medicine all the way. He skipped his tryout with the Lakers and took the MCAT instead, and there's been no turning back since. He chose to follow MRSA over money, fibromyalgia over Ferraris, thoracotomies over three-pointers, shingles over Showtime, and heart disease over Hollywood. He eventually completed an EM residency at Thomas Jefferson University followed by a teaching fellowship and then joined the EM faculty at the University of Maryland where he has been since 1996. He now spends his time teaching, writing, mentoring young colleagues, and spreading the gospel of The Princess Bride. He has enjoyed his career immensely...though every now and then during a tough shift, you might catch him staring off and thinking about what it would have been like to play the point with Shaq and Kobe and hang a few more banners in the LA Forum rafters.
+ Show Details
Unknown.png
Taylor McCormick, MD
Denver Health
Taylor McCormick attended Georgetown University School of Medicine, followed by emergency medicine residency at LAC+USC and pediatric emergency medicine fellowship at Harbor-UCLA. She is currently faculty at Denver Health, splitting her clinical time between the adult and pediatric emergency departments.
+ Show Details
hcmc_staffimage_428.jpg
John W. McGill
Hennepin County Medical Center
CUA_ED Head Shots_009__D3_4543.jpg
Christopher McStay, MD
University of Colorado
Dr. McStay is an Associate Professor and the Chief of Clinical Operations for the Emergency Department at the University of Colorado Hospital. Dr. McStay began this new role in May 2014 after leaving NYU/Bellevue where he was the Chief of Emergency Services for the Bellevue Hospital Center. Dr. McStay graduated from the Weil Cornell Medical College and completed his Emergency Medicine Residency at the NYU/Bellevue Hospital Center. Dr. McStay participated in numerous disaster related events including the complete evacuation of Bellevue Hospital after Hurricane Sandy and led the reopening of an EMS receiving Freestanding ED until the hospital reopened 100 days later. While in New York, Dr. McStay was the longstanding cohost of nationally broadcast weekly radio program on SiriusXM which focused on Emergency Medicine.


In 2014 Dr. McStay began his new role as the Chief of Emergency Services at the University of Colorado Hospital in the Department of Emergency Medicine. Dr. McStay is an expert in ED operations as well as patient safety and quality. He is an avid outdoorsman, served on the Board of Directors of the Wilderness Medical Society, and has completed fellowship training through the Academy of Wilderness Medicine. He enjoys educating health care providers on the delivery of medical care in austere environments and is an avid cyclist, snowboarder, skier, sailor, and backpacker.
+ Show Details
Meer Jehangir RMWC.jpg
Jehangir Meer, MD
Assisant Professor Emergency Medicine, Director Emergency Ultrasound Services", Emory University School of Medicine
Dr. Meer joined the Emory University School of Medicine faculty in 2013. He received his MD at University of Toronto, Canada and completed his emergency medicine residency at Cook County Hospital.

Dr. Meer is a member of the Society of Academic Emergency Medicine, the American College of Emergency Physicians, the American Institute of Ultrasound in Medicine, the American Registry for Diagnostic Medical Sonography, and Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada. His research interests include ultrasound medical education, ultrasound resident education.
+ Show Details
Meloy Patrick.jpg
Patrick Meloy, MD
Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine, Emory University School of Medicine
Dr. Patrick Meloy joined the Emory University School of Medicine faculty in 2013. He serves as Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine, and is currently practicing at Emory University and Grady Memorial Hospitals. He earned his bachelor’s degrees from the University of Wisconsin – Madison, and his MD from St. George’s University School of Medicine. He successfully graduated from the Sinai-Grace Hospital/Wayne State University Emergency Medicine residency after serving as chief resident. He is currently a Fellow of the American College of Emergency Physician and was named “Teacher of the Year” twice of the Emergency Medicine program at Emory. He has authored several book chapters, and has published multiple clinical and research papers. He currently is the Site Director of the Emergency Medicine Residency at Emory University Hospital Midtown, and is coordinator of the Mock Oral Boards for the residency program. His interests include trauma care, infectious disease preparedness, pediatric emergency care and EKG instruction. He currently lives in Atlanta, GA, with his wife and two daughters.
+ Show Details
Miner James.jpg
James Miner, MD
Chief, Emergency Medicine, Hennepin County Medical Center, MN
Dr. Miner earned his medical degree in 1996 from Mayo Medical School in Rochester, MN. He completed his residency in Emergency Medicine at Hennepin County Medical Center (HCMC) in 1999, and then joined the HCMC Emergency Department Staff in 1999. Dr. Miner is also a Professor of Emergency Medicine at the University of Minnesota Medical School. He is board certified in Emergency Medicine and is the Senior Associate Editor of Academic Emergency Medicine. He is the Research Director of the Department of Emergency Medicine at HCMC and the Associate Medical Director for Physician Development at Hennepin County Medical Center.

Dr. Miner has conducted research in the areas of pain management and procedural sedation in the Emergency Department. He recently edited a textbook on pain management and sedation (Emergency Pain and Sedation, Cambridge University Press, 2008) and has authored chapters about pain management and sedation in several other textbooks. He also conducts research in the effects of poverty on patients seen in the Emergency Department.
+ Show Details
Miner Todd RMWC.jpg
Todd Miner, Ed.D, FAWM
Education Director & Senior Instructor Dept of EM, Wilderness Medicine Section, University of Colorado School of Medicine
Todd Miner, EdD, FAWM
Miner is a senior instructor in the Department of Emergency Medicine and the Education Director for the Wilderness and Environmental Section at the University of Colorado School of Medicine. He previously taught and worked at Cornell University and the University of Alaska. Miner has led climbs of the 7 highest peaks on the continent and logged close to two thousand days of outdoor and wilderness medicine leadership and education.
+ Show Details
Montagna Lori RMWC.jpg
Lori Montagna, MD
Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine, University of Colorado School of Medicine
Lori Montagna, MD currently straddles the Denver area, practicing emergency medicine both at the University of Colorado Hospital and Denver Health. As a physician board certified in both Emergency Medicine and Pediatric Emergency Medicine, she has a keen interest in ensuring her emergency medicine residents and colleagues are prepared to provide the best possible care for the littlest of patients.
+ Show Details
Moore Brooks.jpg
Brooks Moore, MD
Assistant Professor, Emory University School of Medicine
Dr. Moore joined the Emory University School of Medicine faculty in 2004.  He received his M.D. at Emory University School of Medicine and completed his emergency medicine residency at Emory University.Dr. Moore is a member of the the American College of Emergency Physicians, and the Society for Academic Emergency Medicine. His research interests include hospital-based disaster preparedness and response and emergency department throughput.
+ Show Details
JCMphoto.jpg
Johanna Moore, MD
Emergency Medicine, Hennepin County Medical Center, MN
Johanna Moore MD, MS currently practices Emergency Medicine at Hennepin County Medical Center in Minneapolis, Minnesota after completing a clinical research fellowship in 2012. In addition to working clinically, she serves as the Research Director for the Department of Emergency Medicine, and works with Hennepin County Emergency Medical Services in management of cardiac arrest patients. She has a primary research interest in resuscitation, specifically improving perfusion during cardiopulmonary resuscitation and improving neurological outcomes after cardiac arrest. Dr. Moore performs both translational animal and clinical research, with the ultimate goal of taking novel animal laboratory findings to the street and the bedside to improve patient outcomes.
+ Show Details
Unknown.jpg
Quincy Moore, MD
Assistant Professor, University of Chicago
Quincy Moore trained at Cook County Hospital and is now Assistant Professor at the University of Chicago. His academic interests include opioids and take-home-naloxone, law enforcement in the ED, and other topics related to Social Emergency Medicine and ED-based public health interventions
+ Show Details
Moreira Maria.JPG
Maria Moreira, MD
EM Residency Program Director, Denver Health Medical Center
Dr. Maria Moreira is an emergency medicine doctor in Denver, Colorado and is affiliated with Denver Health Medical Center. She received her medical degree from Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School and has been in practice between 11-20 years.
+ Show Details
Moskoff Jordan.jpg
Jordan Moskoff, MD
Assistant Director, Adult Emergency Services, Department of Emergency Medicine, Cook County Health a, Cook County Health and Hospitals System
I've been at Cook County Hospital (Stroger) Chicago since 2004 after completing my residency at Jacobi Medical Center in the Bronx. I have an interest in hospital administration and am the Associate Medical Director in the ER. I've won multiple bedside teaching awards and what I enjoy most about my job is teaching the residents and medical students. I believe access to quality health care is a basic human right.
+ Show Details
Nagurney John Tobias.jpg
Toby Nagurney, MD, MPH
Director, Emergency Medicine Research Program, Massachusetts General Hospital
Dr. John T. Nagurney, attending physician at the Massachusetts General Hospital Department of Emergency Medicine, received his M.D. from Cornell University Medical College. He also has a MPH from Harvard University School of Public Health. Dr. Nagurney completed his residency at The New York Hospital- Cornell University Medical Center and the Memorial Sloan-Kettering Hospital. He also completed a fellowship in Public Health and General Internal Medicine and Ambulatory Care at The New York Hospital's Cornell University Medical Center.Dr. Nagurney is the Research Director for the Department of Emergency Medicine.  In this capacity he oversees and conducts significant research regarding many aspects of emergency care, and he assists other principal investigators in study design, human subject considerations, and research methodology.  He has also developed a curriculum in research methodology and teaches approaches to research for the Harvard Affiliated Emergency Medicine Residency program.
+ Show Details
Nordenholz Kristin.jpg
Kristen Nordenholz, MD
Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine, ​University of Colorado School of Medicine
Kristen E. Nordenholz, MD, MSc, FACEP graduated with honors from the University of Rochester School of Medicine and completed residency at The Johns Hopkins Hospital, after which she served there as Assistant Chief of Service and as faculty in Emergency Medicine. She is now an Associate Professor at the University of Colorado School of Medicine (CU SOM). She developed a strong interest in diagnostic emergency ultrasound while directing the Tuba City Indian Medical Center ED on the Navajo Nation in Arizona (Indian Health Service) for 5 years. This diagnostic interest expanded to include work on early disease detection and decision analysis, particularly in the area of venous thromboembolism (VTE), with the use of diagnostic markers, clinical protocols and aggressive risk stratification. She joined the CU SOM faculty in 2001 and spends most of her time teaching and mentoring medical students, interns, residents and other physicians, caring for patients, and performing and presenting clinical research on the use of clinical decision rules, diagnostic markers, and bedside ultrasound. This work led to development of decision algorithms and their implementation in the EHR for DVT and PE as well as other disease processes. She is active on numerous committees in both the hospital and the SOM, focused predominantly on the use of clinical decision rules to improve patient care. She is also involved in VTE research. She is a Fellow in ACEP, a member of SAEM and the International Society of Thrombosis and Haemostasis. Her additional training includes ACEPs’ EMF teaching fellowship, the certificate program at the University of Colorado’s Institute of HealthCare Quality, Safety and Efficiency and a Master’s Degree in Clinical Sciences from CU.
+ Show Details
Noelle Northcutt MD.JPG
Noelle Northcutt, MD
MD, Denver Health
Noelle Northcutt, MD is an internist practicing Hospital Medicine and a Fellow in the Denver Health Emergency Medicine Ultrasound Fellowship, and is AWLS certified. In 2016 she completed a thru-hike of all 2,660 miles of the Pacific Crest Trail with her partner, and on that trail decided to pursue higher training in point-of-care ultrasound.
+ Show Details
J Novack Headshot.jpg
Jared Novack, MD
NorthShore University Healthsystem
Jared D. Novack, MD, FACEP
Division of Emergency Medicine, NorthShore University Healthsystem
Medical Director, Grainger Center for Simulation and Innovation
Clinical Assistant Professor, University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine
+ Show Details
novik.png
Joseph Novik, MD
Director of Emergency Ultrasound and Undergraduate Ultrasound Education, University of Minnesota Dept of Emergency Medicine
Dr. Novik is the Director of Emergency Ultrasound and Undergraduate Ultrasound Education at the University of Minnesota Dept of Emergency Medicine, School of Medicine. He also also works and collaborated with colleagues at Hennepin County Medical Center emergency department on a variety of point of care ultrasound programs.

His academic interests include resuscitative transesophageal echocardiography and medical student ultrasound education, as well ultrasound applications in limited resource settings.
He was was the co-founder of the emergency ultrasound fellowship at New Your University and completed a fellowship in global emergency medicine in Rwanda, were he worked with others to start Rwanda's first residency program in Emergency Medicine.
+ Show Details
Oh-Laura-1.jpg
Laura Oh
Assistant Professor at Emory University
Laura Oh is an Assistant Professor at Emory University.
She is a member of the Emory Emergency Medicine program's ultrasound section.
She is an attending at Grady Memorial Hospital, and the Atlanta VAMC where she is the US Director.
Dr Oh completed her US fellowship training at Carolinas Medical Center.
Prior to this she was the Director of a Vertically Integrated US curriculum at Loyola Medical School, and the course co-director for the Illinois College of Emergency Physicians (ICEP)' s ultrasound courses. She is an assistant course director and lecturer for the ACEP Emergency Ultrasound Management Course.
+ Show Details
Osborne Anwar.jpg
Anwar Osborne, MD
Assistant Professor, Emory University School of Medicine
Anwar works as an internist and an emergency physician at emory
university and grady memorial hospital.
He is the medical director of the hospitalist obs unit and is the chair of ACEP’s observation section
+ Show Details
overbeck pic.png
Michael Overbeck, MD
Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine, ​​University of Colorado Scho​​ol of Medicine
Michael C. Overbeck, MD Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine, University of Colorado School of Medicine with an interest in medical education, particularly educating educators.  Associate Director 3rd Year Clerkship. Core faculty of Denver Health Residency in Emergency Medicine. Trained at The University of Michigan and Board Certified in EM. Follow me on Twitter @5280EM
+ Show Details
Joseph Palter.jpg
Joseph Palter, MD
Attending Faculty, Cook County Health and Hospitals System
Attending Faculty, Department of Emergency Medicine
Cook County Health and Hospitals System
Chicago, IL
Faculty at Cook County since 2015 where I work to bridge the gap between ED administration and EM education.
+ Show Details
Profile Image
Ananda Pandurangadu
46square -- Parker.jpg
Rebecca Parker, MD
Immediate Past President American College of Emergency Physicians
Rebecca Parker, MD, FACEP finished her term as President of the American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP) in October 2017 and is current Immediate Past President of ACEP. Dr. Parker is a practicing attending emergency physician at West Suburban Medical Center in Oak Park Illinois. She serves as senior vice president of advocacy and leadership for Envision Physician Services. Dr. Parker is also president of Team Parker LLC, a consulting group, and serves as clinical assistant professor at the Texas Tech El Paso department of emergency medicine.

Dr. Parker has served in numerous ACEP leadership positions over her 20 years of membership including Chair of the ACEP Board of Directors, chair of the ACEP’s formidable Coding and Nomenclature Advisory Committee, and chair of the Section of Young Physicians. She has also been a leader in the Illinois and Texas College of Emergency Physicians. 

A graduate of Northwestern University, Dr. Parker brings many years of management experience in urban, suburban, government and academic practice, including spending two years as core faculty, quality director and ED Medical Director at Texas Tech. This experience has given Dr. Parker a deep understanding of the challenges in both private and academic settings. 

Dr. Parker has received awards for her leadership roles, most recently the Bill B. Smiley Meritorious Service Award from the Illinois College of Emergency Physicians for significant contribution to emergency medicine in Illinois, their highest honor. She also received the prestigious AMA Foundation Leadership Award and the AMA’s Women’s Physician Congress Mentor Award.
+ Show Details
Reardon Robert.jpg
Rob Reardon, MD
Emergency Medicine, Hennepin County Medical Center, MN
Dr. Reardon is the medical director for the Emergency Department at Hennepin County Medical Center and a Professor at the University of Minnesota. His medical interest in difficult airways has led him to be an instructor for the Difficult Airway Course and an author/contributor to multiple chapters in the Manual of Emergency Airway Management. Dr. Reardon’s other interest in emergency ultrasound has resulted in him being an editor of Ma and Mateer’s Emergency Ultrasound textbook.
+ Show Details
Profile Image
Elaine Reno, MD
University of Colorado
9161.jpg
Cliff Rice, MD
Northshore University Health System, Evanston Hospital
Cliff Rice
NorthShore University Health System
Co-director Emergency Ultrasound
University of Chicago Emergency Medicine Residency
Assistant Program Director
+ Show Details
Profile Image
Rob Rogers, MD
Northwestern University
romo pic.jpg
Ernesto Romo, MD
Washington University in Saint Louis
Completed an Emergency Medicine Residency at Cook County Hospital in 2015. I then completed a Simulation Fellowship at Cook County Hospital in 2016. Joined the Division of Emergency Medicine at Washington University at Saint Louis. I am the Director of Simulation for the Emergency Department. I will be an Assistant Program Director in the next academic year. My interest include simulation, medical education, airway management and team work.
+ Show Details
Russell Frances RMWC.jpg
Frances Russell, MD, RDMS
Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine Division Chief, Ultrasound Fellowship Director, Ultrasound, Indiana University Department of Emergency Medicine
Frances Russell, MD, RDMS, FACEP is an Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine, Emergency Ultrasound Division and Fellowship Director at Indiana University School of Medicine in Indianapolis, IN. She serves as clinical faculty in the Sidney and Lois Eskenazi Emergency Department. She completed an Emergency Medicine Residency at the University of Connecticut and Fellowship in Emergency Ultrasound at Cook County Hospital/Rush Medical Center in Chicago, IL. She is a Fellow of the American College of Emergency Physicians. Dr. Russell’s primary research interest is in the use of clinical ultrasound in patients with shortness of breath, mainly acute heart failure and pulmonary hypertension. She has multiple peer-reviewed papers on these topics.
+ Show Details
Photo.jpg
Michael Ruygrok, MD
Emergency Physician, St. Anthony Hospital System, Acute Care Solutions & Denver Health Medical Center
I went to medical school at the University of Colorado in Denver and completed my EM training at Denver Health Medical Center. I spent my first year of practice at Taranaki Base Hospital in New Plymouth, New Zealand. I am currently an emergency physician in the St Anthony Hospital system with US Acute Care Solutions and the director of Quality and Risk Management. I am also part-time clinical faculty at Denver Health Medical Center.
+ Show Details
Profile Image
David Salzman, MD, MEd
Northwestern University
MSande UCH 2013A.jpg
Margaret Sande, MD
MD, Lynchburg General Hospital
Dr. Sande serves as an Emergency Physician at Lynchburg General Hospital. She transitioned from University of Colorado where she served as medical director of UCH Simulation and directed the Denver Health Residency Simulation Program. She will be developing simulation programs for the University of Virginia this spring. She has an interest in process improvement and quality, human factors, and approaches to demonstrate proof-of-concept for emerging technologies.
+ Show Details
Schabowski Shari.jpg
Shari Schabowski, MD
Attending Physician, Department of Emergency Medicine, Cook County Health and Hospitals System, Assi, Cook County Health and Hospitals System
Seleno Nicole.JPG
Nicole Seleno, MD
Ultrasound Director and Fellowship Director, St. Joseph Mercy Hospital in Ann Arbor, MI
Dr. Seleno is the ultrasound director and fellowship director at St. Joseph Mercy Hospital in Ann Arbor, MI. She believes bedside ultrasound should be accessible to all specialties and providers and leads the ultrasound education program for primary careandadvanced practice providers. Her research focuses on bedside ultrasound protocols to reduce length of stay in the emergency department. When she isnot scanning, she is chasing around her three children and practicing yoga.
+ Show Details
Sergel Michelle RMWC.jpg
Michelle Sergel, MD
Emergency Medicine, County Cook Health & Hospital System
Michelle Sergel is an emergency medicine physician at John H. Stroger of Cook County Hospital. Dr. Sergel developed, created and now runs the Cook County Hospital Simulation Center. She also serves as the Co-Director of the Rush Center for Clinical Skills and Simulation. She has devotedthe last decade developing simulation curricula for various medical disciples and teaching attendings, residents, and students. Dr. Sergel has helped to build the Chicago Simulation Consortium and has served as its president for the last two years. She now also creates and teaches simulation-based procedural courses for disaster preparedness across the country for TeamHealth. Her overall emphasis and concentration is to improve resuscitative efforts and inter-professional communication.Her main motivation revolves around the utilization of simulation to improve patient safety within the hospital and regionally.
+ Show Details
Profile Image
Lekha Shah, MD
Pediatric Emergency Ultrasound Fellowship Director, Emory University
Lekha Shah received her MD from New York Medical College in 2002. She completed her residency in Emergency Medicine at SUNY Downstate-King's County from 2002-2006, her Emergency Ultrasound Fellowship at St. Luke's-Roosevelt in NYC from 2006-2007, and her Pediatric Emergency Medicine Fellowship at Emory University in Atlanta from 2007- 2009.
She is currently active in the emergency ultrasound section at Emory. She has been the Pediatric Emergency Ultrasound Fellowship Director at Emory since 2016. She currently works in the departments of Pediatrics and Emergency Medicine at Emory.
+ Show Details
Unknown.jpg
Terry Singhapricha, MD
Ultrasound Fellow, Emory University
I originally grew up in Los Angeles, California before coming to the Southeast for medical school and residency. I am currently completing my ultrasound fellowship at Emory and soon will be moving to Chicago with my family. In my spare time I enjoy watching Lakers basketball, running with my dog, and traveling with my wife.
+ Show Details
stephen smith pic.jpg
Steve Smith, MD
Professor, Hennepin County Medical Center, MN
Dr. Smith is a Faculty Physician at Hennepin County Medical Center and Professor of Emergency Medicine at the University of Minnesota School of Medicine.   He is the author of a textbook “The ECG in Acute MI” and many chapters and book sections on the ECG in ACS.  He has also authored many peer-reviewed publications, especially on the ECG in acute MI and on the use of Troponin in the ED. 
 
He is the creator of  “Dr. Smith’s ECG Blog,” a free open access (non-commercial) site which has over 7 million pageviews from readers around the world, 33,000 Facebook followers, 8900 Twitter followers, and 40 million views on Google Plus.  It is ranked 5th Worldwide on the Emergency Medicine Social Media Index.
+ Show Details
gannon Sungar.jpg
W. Gannon Sungar, DO
Assistant Professor, Denver Health Medical Center
Dr. W. Gannon Sungar is an Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine at Denver Health within the Department of Emergency Medicine at the University of Colorado School of Medicine.  He completed his medical education at Touro University - California, College of Osteopathic Medicine and attended the Denver Health Residency in Emergency Medicine where he served as Chief Resident.  His academic interests include graduate medical education, knowledge translation, and cognitive theory.  Gannon lives in Denver with his wife and tw
+ Show Details
Taylor Todd.jpg
Todd Taylor, MD
Assistant Professor, Emergency Medicine. Director, Postgraduate Medical Education Emergency Medicine, Emory University School of Medicine
Dr. Taylor joined the Emory University School of Medicine faculty in 2012. He received his MD at Medical College of Georgia School of Medicine and completed his emergency medicine residency at Lousiana State University Baton Rouge. Dr. Taylor is the recipient of the Teaching Award for Excellence in Family Medicine Teaching, the Medical Student Faculty Teacher of the Year, and the Teacher of the Year by Emergency Medicine Residency.Dr. Taylor is a member of the Society of Academic Emergency Medicine and the American College of Emergency Physicians. His research interests include Ultrasound, ECG, and Social Media.
+ Show Details
Thiessen Molly.jpg
Molly Theissen, MD
Emergency Medicine, Denver Health Medical Center
Dr. Molly E.W. Thiessen, MD,is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Emergency Medicine at the University of Colorado School of Medicine, the Emergency Ultrasound Fellowship Director and the Assistant Emergency Ultrasound Director at Denver Health Medical Center, as well as Director of Ultrasound Curriculum at Rocky Vista University of Osteopathic Medicine. She completed her Emergency Medicine residency and emergency ultrasound fellowship training at Denver Health Medical Center. She has a strong interest inpoint-of-care ultrasound education, and has educated students, trainees and attendings across multiple specialties in POCUS, as well as authored multiple textbook chapters on POCUS.
+ Show Details
Prof pic.jpg
Amanda Toney, MD
Pediatric Emergency Medicine Physician, Director of Pediatric Emergency Ultrasound, Denver Health Medical Center
I am currently a pediatric emergency medicine physician and the Director of Pediatric Emergency Ultrasound at Denver Health Medical Center. I am originally from New Jersey and trained in Montreal and Boston prior to coming to beautiful Colorado. I enjoy outdoor activities and spending time with my husband and two small children in my free time.
+ Show Details
Profile Image
Stacy Trent, MD
Denver Health
Phot 2016.jpg
Christopher Trigger, MD
Lakeland Health
Dr. Trigger completed his Emergency Medicine Residency at the University of Illinois Hospital in 2009. He then completed a Primary Care Sports Medicine Fellowship at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center in 2010.

He currently practices at Lakeland Health in Saint Joseph, MI. He is a core faculty member and research director for the Emergency Medicine residency at Lakeland Health. He has been appointed as Clinical Assistant Professor with Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine. Also, he is the co-founder and medical director of Great Lakes Sports Medicine & Concussion Clinic. He serves as a team physician, medical director of multiple sporting and endurance events throughout Southwest MI.
+ Show Details
jason wagner pic.png
Jason Wagner
Washington University
Dr. Wagner is the residency program director in emergency medicine at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis. His professional focus is education with an emphasis on airway, simulation, and cognitive load theory.
+ Show Details
Unknown.jpg
Ernest Wang, MD
Associate Chief of Emergency Medicine, Assistant Dean for Medical Education, and Alvin H. Baum Famil, Northshore University Health System, Evanston Hospital
Ernest Wang, MD, FACEP is an emergency physician first and foremost. In his spare time he is the Associate Chief of Emergency Medicine, Assistant Dean for Medical Education, and Alvin H. Baum Family Fund Chair of Simulation and Innovation at NorthShore University HealthSystem in Evanston, IL.
+ Show Details
bcwestgard-1.jpg
Bjorn Westgard, MD
Emergency Medicine, Hennepin County Medical Center
Bjorn Westgard, MD MA, is a core faculty emergency physician at Regions Hospital Emergency Medicine Residency, an emergency physician and undersea and hyperbaric physician at Hennepin County Medical Center, and an Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine at the University of Minnesota Medical School. His research interests include health disparities, relationships between community health and the emergency department, and the management of necrotizing soft tissue infections and crush injuries with hyperbaric oxygen.
+ Show Details
White Benjamin.jpg
Benjamin White, MD
Attending physician Department of Emergency Medicine & an assistant professor of surgery at Harvard, Massachusetts General Hospital
Dr. Benjamin A. White, an attending physician at the Massachusetts General Hospital Department of Emergency Medicine, received his M.D. from Harvard Medical School. He then completed his residency in Emergency Medicine at the Harvard Affiliate Emergency Medicine Residency Program (HAEMR) at Brigham and Women's Hospital and MGH, where he was Chief Resident in his final year. Dr. White completed a clinical fellowship in medicine at Harvard Medical School. He is also an instructor in surgery at Harvard Medical School.Dr. White serves as the Assistant Director of the MGH Emergency Department Operations Committee.  Dr. White has an interest in emergency department systems engineering, and has developed new methods to deliver emergency care more efficiently with less cost. He is also interested in using process improvement methodologies (LEAN, Six Sigma) to enhance the efficiency of the Emergency Department. Dr. White has lectured for the residents of Emergency Medicine at both MGH and Brigham and Women's Hospital.
+ Show Details
Willis George RMWC.jpg
George Willis, MD
Assistant Professor Medical Student Education Director Dept of Emergency Medicine, University of Maryland School of Medicine
Dr. Willis graduated from the University of Maryland Emergency Medicine residency in 2010. After graduation, he completed a Faculty Development Fellowship during his Chief Residency. His academic interests are in endocrine emergencies, procedural and simulation education, as well as medical student education and has lectured nationally and internationally on these topics. He has won education awards regionally and nationally for his teaching on medical education and endocrine emergencies. He is currently an Assistant Professor at the University of Maryland and the Director of Undergraduate Medical Education as well as Assistant Residency Program Director.
+ Show Details
201600510-3138.jpg
Mike Winters, MD
University of Maryland
Dr. Winters is an associate professor of emergency medicine and medicine at the University of Maryland School of Medicine. He is the Director of the Combined Emergency Medicine/Internal Medicine Residency Program, founder and Co-Director of the Combined Emergency Medicine/Internal Medicine/Critical Care Program, and Director of Critical Care Education. Dr. Winters has received numerous local, regional, and national teaching awards, including the National Emergency Medicine Faculty Teaching Award from the American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP), the Young Educators Award from the American Academy of Emergency Medicine, and the 2014-2015 Honorable Mention Outstanding Speaker of the Year from ACEP. He has lectured nationally and internationally, authored numerous articles and textbook chapters, and hosts a monthly podcast on the management of critically ill emergency department patients (Critical Care Perspectives in Emergency Medicine, www.ccpem.com). In addition, Dr. Winters is Editor-in-Chief of Emergency Department Resuscitation of the Critically Ill, a popular emergency medicine-critical care textbook published by ACEP.
+ Show Details
Zuckerman Matthew.jpg
Matt Zuckerman, MD
Assistant Professor in the Medical Toxicology Dept of Emergency Medicine, University of Colorado, University of Colorado School of Medicine
Dr. Matt Zuckerman is currently an Assistant Professor in the Medical Toxicology section of the Department of Emergency Medicine at the University of Colorado School of Medicine. He completed an emergency medicine residency at Brown University, followed by a medical toxicology fellowship at the University of Massachusetts. He is the creator and host of the ToxNow toxicology podcast, which has been downloaded over 150,000 times and has been cited as a social media toxicology resource by iTunes, BMJ, Annals of Emergency Medicine, and the American Academy of Clinical Toxicology.
+ Show Details
Profile Image
David Zull, MD
Northwestern University
Profile Image
Sarah Hock
MD, Rush University
Profile Image
Lexie Mannix
MD, Rush University
Profile Image
Ken Young
MD, NorthShore Evanston
Top