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The Department of Emergency Medicine is nationally recognized for its research excellence. Our faculty lead innovative clinical and translational research programs with a strong track record of high-impact publications and extramural funding. 


The Department has achieved local and national prominence for research conducted in several important content areas related to emergency care, including critical care, geriatrics, hypoxia, pre-hospital care, public health, and toxicology. 


We collaborate with multiple other Departments and research institutes within the University and actively participate in several national multicenter research networks. 


Robust research development programs for junior investigators include pilot grant mechanisms for trainees and faculty, a clinical research fellowship, and the junior faculty Emergency Medicine Scientist Training and Intensive Mentorship (EM-STIM) program.


Our goals

1. Develop and sustain outstanding, nationally-recognized emergency care research programs in basic, clinical, health services, and translational sciences; 

2. Provide scientific training and career development with the goal of ensuring successful progression of faculty members towards independent, externally-funded research careers.


Adit Ginde, MD, MPH                            Jason Haukoos, MD, MSc  Director of Research                             Director of Research 
Anschutz Medical Campus                     Denver Health