Academic - Assistant Professor
Golden Stethoscope - Patient/Physician Commumnication
Awarding Body: University of Colorado
Description: This award is given by the School of Medicine Foundations of Doctoring Program for displaying excellent patient/physician communication skills.
Awarding Body: Academic Pediatric Association
Description: This award is given for the best research by a pediatric emergency medicine fellow at the annual Pediatric Academic Society Meeting.
Biography & Interests
I strive to provide evidence-based family-centered care for ill and injured children. I recognize that children are their parents' most prized possession and hope to incorporate their dedication and skill in the care of their child.
I am interested in better diagnosis and management of mild traumatic brain injury in children.
My personal time is spent playing lacrosse, snowboarding, hiking and mountain biking. I also enjoy spending time with my kids and tending to my koi pond.
Assitant Professor - Pediatrics
First Year: 2004
School of Medicine
Mild traumatic brain injury
University of Colorado (Children�s Hospital Colorado) Program
American Academy of Pediatrics, Section of Emergency Medicine - Fellow
Research & Grants
Lorazepam Efficacy and Safety Study
Early Career Award
Sponsor: Thrasher Research Fund