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Anschutz Medical Campus Faculty

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NameAcademic Interests

Abbate, Lauren MD​

​Emergency Medicine

Pain management, end of life and ethics issues, women’s health

​Emergency Medicine, Mentoring new Physician Assistant and Nurse Practitioner students

Bebarta, Vikhyat​ MD

​Emergency Medicine, Medical Toxicology

Injury prevention and epidemiology, older drivers, suicide prevention, geriatric emergency medicine, qualitative & quantitative methods

Wilderness medicine

Operations/Administration, Clinical Informatics, Ethics

William Borough​


Botton, Diana ANP-BC​

​Emergency Medicine

​Wilderness Medicine, Medical Education, Emergency Medicine

Jeffrey Brent​

High altitude physiology, ultrasound
EM health policy, frequent ED utilizer’s and healthcare navigators

Edward Cetaruk​

Graduate medical education in wilderness medicine, altitude physiology, dive medicine, and travel/expedition medicine

​Richard Dart

High altitude me​dicine, adenosine pathways in acclimatization, wilderness medicine

​Emergency Medicine, Adult-gerontology acute care

Novel educational modalities, curriculum development, asthma, and evaluation strategies

Easter, Benjamin MD​

Emergency Medicine

Sports medicine, medical student education, and resident education

​Eutermoser, Morgan MD

​ Emergency Medicine, Wilderness and Environmental Medicine

Critical care/sepsis/ARDS, vitamin d/infection, EM health policy, geriatric EM

Patient safety, clincial informatics, care-coordination/transitions in care, natural language processing and electronic health records, allergy modeling and information
Medical education research and assesment, undergraduate medical education

Epidemiology of drug related death, spatial analysis, the relationship between public policy and health outcomes, clincial policy/guideline development

Cardiovascular poisoning, geriatric EM, drugs of abuse, acetaminophen poisoning
Moderate hypoxia (altitude) on chronic conditions , GIS
Toxicology, opiate diversion, prescription drug monitoring-GI
Obesity, sudden cardiac death, toxicity of performance-enhancing drugs, drug ​interactions/toxicology

Janetta Iwanicki​

ED operations
Premedical, medical and resident education

Ken Kulig​


Larabee, Todd MD

Cardiac arrest/resuscitation, medical device development, wilderness medicine​

Eric Lavonas​, MD.

​Emergency Medicine, Medical Toxicology, Undersea and Hyperbaric Medicine, Carbon Monoxide Poisoning, Envenomation, Resuscitatiom, Medication Safety.​

Wilderness medicine, climate change and human health, health and human rights

Libby, Anne PhD​

​Emergency Medicine

Early detection and secondary prevention of child physical abuse, multicenter observational networks
Disaster and pandemic flu preparedness and response, global public health and disasters, cardiac arrest
Injury epidemiology and public health, survey research, medical education

Disaster management and preparedness, wilderness and environmental medicine, patient safety and quality

​Emergency Medicine

Miner, Todd Ed.D.​

Emergency Medicine

Proper care of children in emergency departments, medical management for sporting events
Pharmacogenomics/metabolomics, safety and efficacy of medications, personalized medicine, drug interactions
Global health, pre-hospital care/EMS

​Emergency Medicine, Cold related injuries, International and remote/expedition medicine

​Wilderness Medicine, Medical Education, Physician Assistant Student mentoring

Venous thromboembolism , anti-coagulation, clinical algorithms, quality/patient safety

​Emergency Medicine, Medical Education

Emergency Medicine

Robert Palmer​

Therapeutic hypothermia, cardiac arrest & post-resuscitation, critical care

​Barry Rumack

Prehospital care/EMS, trauma management, emergency airway

Wang, Sam M​D​

​Dr. Wang's research interests include pediatric toxicology, pediatric emergency medicine and the public health impacts of marijuana legalization. He is actively involved in the education of pediatric emergency medicine and medical toxicology fellows. Dr. Wang also participates on various Children's Hospital Colorado and Colorado Department of Public Health committees.

Disaster medicine
ED operations, EM health policy, quality/patient safety

Amanda Wright​

High altitude illness, environmental emergencies, technology applications in emergency medicine, emergency department information systems
Disaster preparedness, ED operations, EM health policy

​Toxicology, Drugs of Abuse, Obesity, Medical Education/Social Media​​

Research Assistants

 Results From Faculty : Selected site

Finck, Lani​

Hendry-Hofer, Tara​

Hewitt, Burlleen​

McDaniel, Kyle​

McWilliams, Glenn​

​Mills, Eleanor​

Reitinger, Jeremy​

​Tompkins, Amanda​

Vianzon, Ruby​

Witeof, Alyssa​