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Anna Marie Chang Anna Marie Chang, MD

Assistant Professor, Department of Emergency Medicine
K12 Scholar, Department of Emergency Medicine

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Anna Marie Chang, MD

Assistant Professor, Department of Emergency Medicine
K12 Scholar, Department of Emergency Medicine

503-494-1440 | changann@ohsu.edu

Dr. Chang joined the Department of Emergency Medicine at OHSU in July of 2012 as a K12 Scholar for the Oregon Multidisciplinary Training program in Emergency Medicine Clinical Research. Dr. Chang most recently completed a fellowship in Emergency Cardiac Care Research at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania and her research interests include risk stratification of chest pain patients, transitions of care and care coordination, and gender disparities.

Education:

MD Degree:Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine, Chicago, IL 2006
Residency:Emergency Medicine, Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA 2010
Fellowship:Emergency Cardiac Care Research, Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA 2012

Awards and Recognition

2008Best Resident Research - Society for Academic Emergency Medicine

Dylan Dean Dylan Dean, MD, PhD

Adjunct Assistant Professor, Department of Emergency Medicine

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Dylan Dean, MD, PhD

Adjunct Assistant Professor, Department of Emergency Medicine

503-494-7500 | deand@ohsu.edu

Education:

MD, PhD:Brown University, Providence, RI 2010
Residency:Oregon Health & Science University, Portland, OR 2013
Fellowship:Oregon Health & Science University, Portland, OR 2014

Matt Hansen Matt Hansen, MD, MCR

Assistant Professor, Department of Emergency Medicine
K12 Scholar, Department of Emergency Medicine

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Matt Hansen, MD, MCR

Assistant Professor, Department of Emergency Medicine
K12 Scholar, Department of Emergency Medicine

503-494-9593 | hansemat@ohsu.edu

Dr. Hansen joined the Department of Emergency Medicine at OHSU as full-time faculty in July of 2012. His research interests focus on resuscitation and stabilization of ill and injured children in the prehospital and Emergency Department settings. Dr. Hansen is particularly interested in studying pediatric airway and respiratory management in the prehospital setting which are critical components of resuscitation in many common pediatric emergencies from both medical and traumatic causes. In his free time Dr. Hansen enjoys hiking, backpacking, and skiing.

Education:

MD Degree:Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, OH 2007
Residency:Emergency Medicine, Oregon Health & Science University, Portland, OR 2010
Fellowship:Pediatric Emergency Medicine, Oregon Health & Science University, Portland, OR 2012

Awards and Recognition:

2012Academic Instructor of the Year - Oregon Health & Science University
2007Top 10 Research Advances of 2007 - American Heart Association
2007Geriatric Medicine Award - Ohio Department of Aging
2004Research Summer Fellowship - American Federation for Aging

Bory Kea Bory Kea, MD

Assistant Professor, Department of Emergency Medicine
K12 Scholar, Department of Emergency Medicine

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Bory Kea, MD

Assistant Professor, Department of Emergency Medicine
K12 Scholar, Department of Emergency Medicine

503-494-4430 | kea@ohsu.edu

Education:

MD Degree:Stanford University School of Medicine, Stanford, CA 2008
Residency:Emergency Medicine, University of California San Francisco, San Francisco, CA 2012
Fellowship:Oregon Health & Science University, Portland, OR 2014

Awards and Recognition

2013Jerris R. Hedges Scholarship Endowment Scholarship Fund - Oregon Health & Science University
2011Best Resident Paper Award - ACEP Research Forum - American College of Emergency Physicians
2010Clinical and Translational Science Institute: Resident Travel Grant - University of California San Francisco
2010Clinical and Translational Science Institute: Resident Clinical and Translational Research Funding - University of California San Francisco
2005Medical Scientist Research Grant - Stanford Medical Scholars
2005First Place Poster Award - Pacific Coast Reproductive Society 2005 Conference
2004Resident Scholars Research Grant - Stanford Medical Scholars

Craig Newgard Craig Newgard, MD, MPH, FACEP

Professor with Tenure, Department of Emergency Medicine
Director, Center for Policy and Research in Emergency Medicine

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Craig Newgard, MD, MPH, FACEP

Professor with Tenure, Department of Emergency Medicine
Director, Center for Policy and Research in Emergency Medicine

503-494-1668 | newgardc@ohsu.edu

Dr. Newgard joined the Department of Emergency Medicine in 2007. He is currently a Professor and serves as the Director for the Center for Policy and Research in Emergency Medicine. His interests include EMS/out-of-hospital medicine, trauma, and advanced statistics. Dr. Newgard enjoys mountain biking, snowboarding, painting, and spending time with his family.

Education:

Degrees:MD Loyola University, Chicago, IL, Stritch School of Medicine 1997
M.P.H. - Epidemiology, UCLA School of Public Health, Los Angeles, CA 2001
Residency:Emergency Medicine, Harbor-UCLA Medical Center, Los Angeles, CA 2000
Fellowship:Emergency Medicine, Harbor-UCLA Medical Center, Los Angeles, CA 2002

Awards and Recognition:

2015Named one of Portland's 2015 Top Doctors in Emergency Medicine - Portland Monthly Magazine
2009Academic Instructor of the Year - Oregon Health & Science University
2006Academic Instructor of the Year - Oregon Health & Science University
2004Academic Instructor of the Year - Oregon Health & Science University
2003Acknowledging Clinical Excellence "ACE" Award for clinical teaching - Oregon Health & Science University

Robert Lowe Robert A. Lowe, MD, MPH

Adjunct Professor, Department of Emergency Medicine
Professor, Department of Medical Informatics and Clinical Epidemiology
Professor, Department of Public Health and Preventive Medicine

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Robert A. Lowe, MD, MPH

Adjunct Professor, Department of Emergency Medicine
Professor, Department of Medical Informatics and Clinical Epidemiology
Professor, Department of Public Health and Preventive Medicine

503-494-7134 | lowero@ohsu.edu

Robert A. Lowe, MD, MPH, joined the Department of Emergency Medicine at OHSU in 2001. Dr. Lowe served as a clinician and teacher of Emergency Medicine for over 25 years. He founded the Center for Policy and Research in Emergency Medicine (CPR-EM) and the Emergency Medicine Research Fellowship. His research background includes over 100 peer-reviewed publications, and he currently serves as Principal Investigator of three NIH grants, including OHSU's new K12 Institutional Research Training Grant in Emergency Medical Care.

Education:

MD Degree:University of California, Davis, School of Medicine, 1977
Residencies:Internal Medicine, University of Michigan, 1980
Emergency Medicine, University of Cincinnati, 1984
Add'l Training:Masters of Public Health, University of California, Berkeley, 1991
Clinical Research Fellowship, University of California, San Francisco, 1993

John McConnell John McConnell, PhD, MS, MA

Research Associate Professor, Department of Emergency Medicine
Research Associate Professor, Dept. of Public Health & Preventive Medicine
Director, Center for Health Systems Effectiveness

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John McConnell, PhD, MS, MA

Research Associate Professor, Department of Emergency Medicine
Research Associate Professor, Dept. of Public Health & Preventive Medicine
Director, Center for Health Systems Effectiveness

503-494-1989 | mcconnjo@ohsu.edu

Dr. John McConnell joined the Department of Emergency Medicine at OHSU in 2002. He is currently the Director of the Center for Health Systems Effectiveness. His interests include health economics, health policy, management practices, and quality improvement. When he's not busy with his research you can find him running, skiing, reading and cooking.

Education:

MA:University of Washington-Economics, Seattle, WA 1993
MS:Stanford University-Engineering, Stanford, CA 1997
PhD:Stanford University-Management Science and Engineering, Stanford, CA 2001

Awards and Recognition:

2006Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Annual Meeting - Best Young Investigator Presentation, "The On-Call Crisis: A Statewide Assessment of the Costs of Providing On-Call Specialist Coverage."

Ben Sun Benjamin Sun, MD

Associate Professor, Department of Emergency Medicine

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Benjamin sun, MD

Associate Professor, Department of Emergency Medicine

503-494-1193 | sunb@ohsu.edu

Dr. Sun joined the Department of Emergency Medicine in 2011. He completed a fellowship in health services research at UCLA in the Robert Wood Johnson Clinical Scholars Program. In 2010 Dr. Sun was honored with the Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Young Investigator Award. His research studies include geriatric syncope and emergency department crowding, and in his free time you can find him hiking Portland's many trails or rollerblading along the riverfront.

Education:

MD Degree:Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA 2000
Residency:Harvard Affiliated Emergency Medicine Residency, 2004
Fellowship:UCLA Robert Wood Johnson Clinical Scholar (Health Services Research)

Awards and Recognition:

2012Emergency Medicine Foundation Trailblazer - Emergency Medicine Foundation
2010Young Investigator Award - Society for Academic Emergency Medicine
2009Fellow - American College of Emergency Physicians
2006Top 50 Peer Reviewer - Annals of Emergency Medicine
2005Top 50 Peer Reviewer - Annals of Emergency Medicine
2004Top 50 Peer Reviewer - Annals of Emergency Medicine

Dana Zive Dana Zive, MPH

Senior Instructor - Research, Department of Emergency Medicine

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Dana Zive, MPH

Senior Instructor - Research, Department of Emergency Medicine

503-494-5096 | zived@ohsu.edu

Education:

BS Degree:University of Nevada, Reno, NV 1998
MPH Degree:San Jose State University, San Jose, CA 2003