DEM researchers partner with UW Bioengineering team to develop cost-effective AI tools for clinical risk predictions.
University of Washington Department of Emergency Medicine is delighted to welcome 13 new incoming interns, who will begin their postgraduate training this summer.
Dr. Callan Fockele receieved ADAI funding for study examining permanent housing for residents who use methamphetamine.
Drs. Main, Haflich, and Fockele have all been busy these past several months.
Dr. Nathan White received funding for two projects titled An Intravenous Polymer Hemostat for Noncompressible Hemorrhage and Traumatic Brain Injury, and A Novel Endovascular Approach for Treatment of Noncompressible Truncal Hemorrhage.
Drs. Herbie Duber and Callan Fockele, as well as Clinical Research Manager Layla Anderson helped developed the chatbot.
Class of 2021 Alumnus Dr. Sinewe was deployed with 23 other doctors, nurses, and specialists with the DoD to assist HCMC.
Drs. Nick Johnson, Steven Mitchell, and Susan Stern have been named "Top Docs" in this years annual list compiled by Seattle Metropolitan Magazine.
The book is titled "ECPR and Resuscitative ECMO: A Detailed Look at Emergent Extracorporeal Life Support."
Dr. Fockele is an Alumna of our Residency Program, and currently an Acting Instructor and Population Health Research Fellow.
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