Meet the SAEMF Grantees: The Future of Academic Emergency Medicine Is Bright


Joshua Lupton, MD

Oregon Health & Science University School of Medicine

 

2022 SAEMF Research Training Grant - $300,000

“Determining the Ideal Timing and Route for Antiarrhythmics during Cardiac Arrest" 

Margaret E. Samuels-Kalow, MD, MSHP
Massachusetts General Hospital

2022 SAEMF Research Large Project Grant - $150,000

“Missed Opportunities + New Strategies: Addressing Adverse SDoH in the ED"  

Arjun Venkatesh, MD, MBA, MHS & Alexander Janke
Yale University 

2022 SAEMF Emerging Infectious Disease and Preparedness Grant - $100,000 

“Impact of Acute Care System Capacity and Utilization on Mortality During COVID-19" 

Alexandra Weissman, MD, MS
University of Pittsburgh

2022 SAEMF Emerging Infectious Disease and Preparedness Grant - $100,000

“Precision Methods of Bacterial Infection Recognition in the Acute Care Setting" 

Martin Casey, MD, MPH
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Medicine

2022 SAEMF ARMED Pilot Grant - $25,000

“Albuterol Use In Patients with Heart Failure and Obstructive Pulmonary Disease" 

Cameron Gettel, MD, MHS
Yale University

2022 GEMSSTAR for Emergency Medicine Supplemental Funding Program - $25,000

"Development and Validation of the Patient Reported Outcome Measure for Older Adult Care Transitions in the ED Tool”

Lauren Ann Selame, MD
Brigham & Womens Hospital/Harvard Medical School

2022 SAEMF Education Project Grant - $20,000 

“Tele-Ultrasound Instruction in the Performance of Sonography" 

Corey Hazekamp, MD, MS
Lincoln Medical and Mental Health Center

2022 SAEMF NIDA Mentor-Facilitated Training Award - $12,000 

"Changing the Paradigm of Treating Opioid Use Disorder by Updating Resident"

Kevin Baumgartner, MD
Washington University in St. Louis School of Medicine

2022 MTF/SAEMF Toxicology Research Grant - $10,000 

“Evaluation of the Human Immune Response to North American Crotalid Envenomation" 

Rebecca Theophanous, MD
Duke University

2022 SAEMF/AEUS Research Grant - $10,000 

“A POCUS Implementation Intervention for ED providers in the Durham VAHCS"  

Torben Becker, MD, PhD
University of Florida

2022 SAEMF/GEMA Research Grant - $10,000 

“Increasing Access to Pre-Emergency Care and Treatment in Ghana" 

Eric Boccio, MD
Yale University School of Medicine

2022 SAEM/Simulation Academy Novice Research Grant - $5,000 

“Patient Monitor Positioning and Provider Recognition of Desaturation Events During Intubation" 

Nicole Battaglioli, MD
Emory University School of Medicine

2022 SAEMF/AWAEM Research Grant - $5,000 

"Investigation of Support Solutions for Women in Academic Medicine"

David Yang, MD
Yale University School of Medicine

2022 SAEMF/ADIEM Research Grant - $4,000 

“Anti-Asian Discrimination and Burnout on Asian American Medical Students"  

Katie Lebold, MD
Board of Trustees of the Leland Stanford Junior University

2022 SAEMF/RAMS Resident Research Grant - $5,000 

“ED-Based Prognostication of ARDS Onset and Severity" 

Gregory Peters, MD
Massachusetts General Hospital

2022 SAEMF/RAMS Resident Research Grant - $5,000 

“ED-Based Prognostication of ARDS Onset and Severity" 

Taneisha Wilson, MD, ScM 
Brown University / Rhode Island Hospital

2021 SAEMF Research Training Grant - $300,000

"Emergency Department Focused Assessment and Treatment in a Triage Chair (ED FAST-Chair)”

 

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Christine Luo, MD, PhD
Oregon Health & Science University

SAEMF Education Research Grant - $50,000

"Faculty Development for Academic Emergency Physicians: A Needs Assessment”

 

Michael Gottlieb, MD
Rush University Medical Center

SAEMF/AEUS Research Grant - $10,000

"Automated vs Manual Assessment of B-Lines for Diagnosing Pulmonary Edema with Ultrasound”


Michelle Lee, MDCM
The Hospital for Sick Children

SAEMF Education Project Grant - $20,000

"Climbing the Learning Curve in Ocular Point-of-Care-Ultrasound Interpretation”


Melissa Parsons, MD
University of Florida

SAEMF/AWAEM Research Grant - $5,000

"Breaking Through the Glass Ceiling: Networking Best Practices for Women in EM”

Jestin Carlson, MD

Education Research Grant

Comparison of the Visual Centers of Attention of Experienced V.S. Novice Providers

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Melissa Joseph, MD
Yale Center for Medical Simulation

2019 Education Project Grant - $20,000

Creating a Stress Inoculation Course using Biofeedback and Physiologic Response

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Samuel Francis, MD
Duke University

2019 Research Training Grant - $300,000

Platelet Kinetics in Acute Thrombus Formation in Healthy and VTE Patients

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Peter Pruitt, MD
Northwestern Medicine

2018-19 Research Training Grant - $300,000

Improving Triage Precision in Patients with Subdural Hematoma

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Justin Benoit, MD

Research Training Grant

Timing of Airway Interventions and Survival after Out of Hospital Cardiac Arrest

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Margaret Sande, MD

Education Fellowship Grant

Integration of an Audience Response System into Simulation-Based Training: An Educational Technology Enhancement

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Jonathan Burkhardt, MD

Education Fellowship Grant

Emergency Medicine Career Interest: Leaks in the Pipeline

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Krishan Sharma, MSII

Harvard Medical School

Emergency Medicine Basics: Preparing 1st Year Medical Students with Essential Skills Before Clerkships

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The Emergency Medicine Interest Groups Thank Our SAEMF Donors


Tyler Wen and Kerry, Class of 2022
Columbia University

EM Interest Group Grant - $500

An Education Series and Community Outreach Focused on Treating Homeless Patients in the Emergency Department

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Kayla King, MD Class of 2020
University of Kentucky College of Medicine

2018-19 EM Interest Group Grant - $500

Teaching Hands-Only CPR and How to Use an AED in Emergency Situations to First and Second Year Medical Students

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Alexander Brech, MD Class of 2019
University of South Dakota Sanford School of Medicine

2018-19 EM Interest Group Grant - $500

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