Part of the mTBI research study, BrainCheck is an app to evaluate brain functions.
Our Emergency Medicine faculty is committed to improving emergency care through leading innovative research in a variety of medical fields.
- Traumatic brain and cervical spine injury
- HIV surveillance and early treatment
- Post-cardiac arrest hypothermia treatment
- Emergency public health and disaster management
- Patient safety and medical error reduction
- Diabetes and hypertensive emergencies
- DVT prophylaxis registry
- Medical student and resident education
- Clinical performance of Elecsys Troponin T Gen 5
- Randomized antibiotic therapy for pneumonia
Emergency Medicine Publications
Our Emergency Medicine faculty is committed to improving emergency medicine care through leading innovative research in a variety of medical fields.
Emergency Medicine Clinical Studies
Our department conducts clinical trials involving new diagnostics such as biomarkers and investigational devices as well as new treatments.
Investigator-Initiated Clinical Studies
This is a list of the clinical studies that our faculty at the Emergency Department initiate.
Meet the Department of Emergency Medicine research team.