Dr. Lalit Bajaj’s research interests include clinical care guidelines, pediatric procedural sedation and analgesia, bronchiolitis, and quality improvement. Dr. Joan Bothner is interested in quality improvement, physician benchmarking, and leadership development. Dr. Alison Brent’s research focuses on process/system improvement, integration of emergency and urgent care medicine, implementation of clinical care guidelines, and procedural sedation and analgesia. Injury prevention is Dr. Kathryn Emery’s research interest. Dr. Patrick Mahar is interested in medical education, toxicology, and pediatric procedural sedation and analgesia. Dr. Maria Mandt’s research interests include pre-hospital care, capnography, and pediatric procedural sedation. Dr. Lara Rappaport is involved with pre-hospital care, capnography/airway management, and laryngeal mask airways. Dr. Arleta Rewers’ research interests include acute complications of diabetes and epidemiological injury and prevention. Dr. Genie Roosevelt is involved with asthma, alternative care settings including the short stay unit, and predictors of hospitalization rates and length of stay. Dr. Erika Sidney’s research interests include head injury, head CT scans, and physician decision-making. Dr. Marion Sills is a health services researcher focusing on predictors of emergency department utilization, health care safety net issues, asthma, health information technology, decision support systems, and clinical care guidelines. Dr. Eric Tham is interested in research issues in biomedical informatics, Electronic Health Record safety and quality, adverse drug events, and clinical decision support. Dr. Tien Vu's research interests include cervical spine injury, trauma, pediatric head injury, and simulation education. Dr. Joseph Wathen focuses on pediatric procedural sedation and analgesia, concussion, nerve blocks, and disaster planning.