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

Areas of Future Research

  • Evaluating biomarkers of traumatic brain Injury
  • Comparison of extended duration betrixaban with enoxaparin for the prevention of venous thromboembolism
  • Peripheral nerve identification using ultrasound
  • Acute heart failure patients with high copeptin levels treated with tolvaptan

Clinical Trials

See our clinical trials for more information on clinical research.