AEUS SAEMMIES Winners

Most Prolific Researcher:

Hamid Shokoohi, MD, MPH, Massachusetts General Hospital

Best Case Report/Case Series:

Nova L. Panebianco, MD, MPH, Penn Medicine-Department of Emergency Medicine

Transesophageal Echocardiography at the Golden Hour: Identification of Blunt Traumatic Aortic Injuries in the Emergency Department

Best Cross Sectional Research:

Chris Moore, MD, Yale University School of Medicine

Automated Lung Ultrasound B-Line Assessment Using a Deep Learning Algorithm

Best International Research:

Justin Myers, DO, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Medicine and Adam Aluisio, MD, Brown University

COVID-19 Pandemic Prompts a Paradigm Shift in Global Emergency Medicine: Multidirectional Education and Remote Collaboration

Best Research on Medical Education and Training:

Louise Rang, MD, Kingston General Hospital

Differences in Gaze Fixation Location and Duration Between Resident and Fellowship Sonographers Interpreting a Focused Assessment With Sonography in Trauma

Best Prospective Research:

Nik R. Theyyunni, MD, University of Michigan

Sonogram of safety: Ultrasound outperforms the fifth intercostal space landmark for tube thoracostomy site selection.

Best Retrospective Research:

Rachel Liu, MD, Yale University School of Medicine

Trends in Diagnostic Point-of-Care Ultrasonography Reimbursement for Medicare Beneficiaries Among the US Emergency Medicine Workforce, 2012 to 2016

Best Meta-analysis/Systematic Review:

Joshua Davis, MD, Penn State University/Milton S. Hershey Medical Center

Carotid Ultrasound to Predict Fluid Responsiveness: A Systematic Review

Best Randomized Control Trial:

Ryan C. Gibbons, MD, Temple University School of Medicine

Ultrasound Guidance Versus Landmark-Guided Palpation for Radial Arterial Line Placement by Novice Emergency