Dr. Camargo is a Professor of Emergency Medicine, Medicine & Epidemiology at Harvard University and the Conn Chair in Emergency Medicine at the Massachusetts General Hospital. His research career began in college when he led several studies on the health effects of moderate alcohol consumption. Since the 1990s, he has focused on respiratory/allergy emergencies and the interface between the emergency department and public health. Dr. Camargo’s work is funded by grants from NIH, AHRQ, CDC, industry, and foundations. This work has yielded >1100 publications (H-index 140). He has served on many national committees, including NIH Expert Panels, NIH study sections, IOM committees, and other national committees (e.g., the 2005 US Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee). He is past Chair of the ACEP Research Section and past President of the American College of Epidemiology. In 2016, he received the ACEP Award for Outstanding Contribution to Research.
|BA||Stanford University||1983||Human Biology|
|MD||UC San Francisco||1990||Medicine|
Dr. Caterino is a Professor of Emergency Medicine and Internal Medicine at The Ohio State University College of Medicine and is Chair of the Department of Emergency Medicine. He completed a combined Emergency Medicine/Internal Medicine residency at Allegheny General Hospital and is board certified in both disciplines. His research interests are focused on geriatric emergency medicine with a primary focus of diagnosis and treatment of urinary tract infection in older adults presenting to the ED. His current NIA R01 grant is examining antimicrobial peptides as diagnostic markers for UTI in older adults. He has participated in EMNet since 2004 and currently lives in Ohio with his wife, Stephanie, and three children.
|MD||The Pennsylvania State University College of Medicine||1999||Medicine|
|MPH||The Ohio State University College of Public Health||2011||Clinical Translational Sciences|
Dr. Goldberg is an Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine and Health Services, Policy and Practice at Brown University. She received her Bachelor of Arts from Miami University of Ohio, her Doctor of Medicine from Tel Aviv University, and her Master of Epidemiology at Brown University. She completed residency training at Brown University and was chief resident. She completed her post-doctoral training (AHRQ T32) in aging research at the Center of Gerontology and Healthcare Research at the Brown School of Public Health. She has been funded by several federal, foundation, and departmental grants. In 2017 she was awarded a GEMSSTAR (Grants for Early Medical/Surgical Specialists’ Transition to Aging) Award, which funded GAPcare, an Emergency Department-based randomized controlled trial of a fall prevention intervention. She is also the recipient of the Paul B. Beeson Emerging Leaders Career Development Award in Aging, which funds GAPcare II and combines a fall prevention intervention with the Apple Watch for improved fall outcome assessment. She lead the Rhode Island implementation of EQUiPPED – Enhancing the Quality of Prescribing Practices for Older Adults Discharged from the Emergency Department. Dr. Goldberg’s specific areas of interest include improving care for older adults and public health interventions to enhance longevity and healthy aging.
|BA||Miami University of Ohio||2005||Zoology/German|
|MD||Tel Aviv University||2009||Medicine|
Dr. Freishtat is Chief Biotechnology Officer at Children’s National Hospital and Associate Director of the Center for Genetic Medicine Research of the Children’s National Research Institute in Washington, DC, USA. He is a Professor with Tenure in Pediatrics, Emergency Medicine, and Genomics and Precision Medicine at George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences. Dr. Freishtat’s research has been continuously funded by the National Institutes of Health since 2003. He is the principal investigator for international collaboratives studying intercellular communication in organ injury/repair. He has authored or co-authored over 130 articles and book chapters in the fields of lung injury, asthma, obesity, exosomes and emergency medicine.
|BS||The Pennsylvania State University||1993||Premedicine|
|MD||University of Maryland School of Medicine||1997||Medicine|
|MPH||George Washington University||2000||Biostatistics|
Dr. Mansbach is Chief of Boston Children’s Hospital Inpatient Service and Associate Chief of the Division of General Pediatrics. He is an Associate Professor of Pediatrics at Harvard Medical School. Dr Mansbach’s main research focus is bronchiolitis. He has been the PI, Co-PI, and site PI of foundation, industry, and NIH grants all examining bronchiolitis, respiratory viruses, the respiratory microbiome, and the role of vitamin D in respiratory infections. He enjoys spending time with his wife, 2 children, and dog and playing soccer.
|BA||Haverford College||1991||Sociology and Anthropology|
|MD||Duke University School of Medicine||1996||Medicine|
|MPH||Harvard School Public Health||2013||Clinical Effectiveness|