1st Annual Resident Research Day

The Department of Emergency Medicine hosted the 1st Annual Resident Research Day on June 5, 2014.  Residents in the EM3 class presented their scholarly activity and we had lectures from our new research director, Dr. James Langabeer, and our department…


UT Houston Presentations at SAEM 2014

Tuesday, May 13, 2014, 11am-12:00pm – Austin Ballroom 1 (Hotel – 2nd Floor) FOAM as a Means to Incorporate State-of-the-Art Research and Disseminate Evidence-Based Medicine Jason Nomura, MD and Ryan Radecki, MD (The University of Texas Medical School at Houston)…


Vice Chief Resident for Global Health Sarah Dendy featured in BMJ

Sarah Dendy, MD, Vice Chief Resident for Global Health, blogs in BMJ Emergency Medicine about the lessons that epidemics in resource-limited settings hold for us at home in our own EDs.  While we take care of emergencies that come out of…


Welcome to the UT Houston EM Class of 2017!

Congratulations to the incoming Class of 2017!  We are looking forward to seeing you in June! Wendy Alcanter, MD University of Texas Medical School at Houston Liliya Aznaurova, MD University of Kansas School of Medicine-Kansas City Kevin Beres, DO Kansas…


PD Samuel Luber garners Best Faculty Presentation at CORD

Dr. Samuel Luber was chosen as the Best Faculty Presentation at the Research and Innovation Forum at CORD for his presentation on “Hi-Fi Simulation Doesn’t Need to Break the Bank: A Low-Cost Homemade Transvenous Pacemaker Insertion Simulator.”


APD Kay Takenaka and Social Media Best Practices

Katrin Takenaka and colleagues have published guidelines on Social Media Best Practices in WestJEM.


Global Health and Emergency Care in Medical Schools

Dr. Rohith Malya has co-authored a pivotal article describing a research agenda for Global Emergency Medicine entitled “Global Health and Emergency Care: An Undergraduate Medical Education Consensus-based Research Agenda,” published in Academic Emergency Medicine.