Highlights from our Division
Global EM highlights courtesy of Stephanie Garbern, MD - April 2020
Stephanie Garbern, MD and Catalina Gonzalez Marques, MD conducting an online training on the use of personal protective equipment (PPE) for frontline health workers responding to COVID19 with Project Hope (in North Macedonia, Kosovo, Indonesia, Puerto Rico)
Stephanie Garbern, MD and Catalina Gonzalez Marques, MD conducting an online training simulation on COVID19 critical care management for frontline health workers with Project Hope.
Stephanie Garbern, MD with Drs Sabiha Nasrin and Dr Mahmuda Begum Monjory at the International Centre for Diarrhoeal Disease Research.
Stephanie Garbern, MD, Dr Maxwell Osei-Ampofo and Dr Amin Coker rolling out biosensor study in septic patients at Komfo-Anokye Teaching Hospital in Kumasi, Ghana.
Global Health Grand Rounds
"5 Ways to Make a Global Health Impact"
Congratulations to our graduating Fellows!!!
- Stephanie Chow Garbern, MD, MPH, DTM&H
- Kyle Denison Martin, DO, MA, MPH, DTM&H
On June 5, 2019, Brown Emergency Medicine hosted our 2019 Fellowship Graduation at the Brown Faculty Club. In attendance, (from left to right) Andrew Musits (Director Simulation), Gianna Petrone (Simulation), Jeremiah Schuur (Department Chief), Kenneth Williams (Director EMS), Erin Ciummo (Emergency Medical Services), Stephanie Chow Garbern, Naz Karim, Adam Aluisio, Kyle Denison Martin (Global Emergency Medicine), Rory Merritt and Christopher Merritt (Medical Education Research).
From left to right - Stephanie Chow Garbern, Naz Karim, Adam Aluisio, Kyle Denison Martin joined by Adam Levine - Director, Division of Global Emergency Medicine (center).
From left to right - Kyle Denison Martin, Adam Aluisio, Naz Karim and Stephanie Chow Garbern.