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Name: James Daley
Residency Program: Yale University
Year in Residency: EM PGY 3
Twitter Handle: @DocHolliday85
Research Contributions and Interests:
- critical care ultrasound and resuscitation
- ultrasound for Pulmonary Embolus / TAPSE
- carotid ultrasound for cerebral blood flow measurement during cardiac arrest
- use of REBOA in non-traumatic cardiac arrest to improve intra-arrest cerebral and coronary perfusion pressure (my true baby!)
Featured Ultrasound and Current Interest Publications:
- Daley J, Sather J, Morrison, Hile L. The role of resuscitative endovascular balloon occlusion of the aorta (REBOA) as an adjunct to ACLS in non-traumatic cardiac arrest: a review of key concepts, physiology, current evidence, and future directions. (Under revision with Am J EM)
- Daley J, Grotberg J, Medoro A, Liu R, Hall MK, Taylor RA, Moore CL. Emergency physician performed tricuspid annular plane systolic excursion (TAPSE) in the evaluation of suspected pulmonary embolism. Am J Emerg Med [Internet]. 2016 Oct; Available from:
Education Contributions and Interests:
- Regular lectures re: Emergency Medicine to the Bioengineering Medical Device class at Yale School of Medicine
- Resident-as-Teacher Ultrasound didactics and hands-on teaching to Yale medical students
Awards or Featured Spotlights:
- James was interviewed by Mike and Matt of UltrasoundPodcast.com fame for his project on TAPSE as an EM PGY 2. Check it out!
What I do for fun:
- Make my new two month old smile and laugh!
- Ride motorcycles (not the Harley type – I prefer the elegance of speedy missile-like European manufactured machines that go so fast they make your eyes water).
- Huge fan of video games (first person shooter games) and just built a custom PC. I’m pretty sure that’s got a lot to do with my passion for ultrasound.
- My greatest love is traveling to the developing world (namely Latin America) without a plan and driving off in search of adventure, good company and hidden surf spots.
Why I joined AEUS: I joined AEUS because I wanted to be part of a community of docs who were all about what I love doing (gratuitous bedside ultrasound). I knew it would be the right place to find the support from experienced people that I need to launch a career in emergency ultrasound research.