Albany Medical Cneter
Albany, New York
I completed my Emergency Medicine residency in 2017 at Albany Medical Center, serving my senior year as chief resident. I then went on to do a Critical Care Medicine fellowship at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, graduating in 2019. I have since returned as Emergency Medicine and Internal Medicine faculty at Albany Medical Center, where I split my time as an emergency physician and medical intensivist. I am active teaching faculty within the Emergency Medicine and Internal Medicine residency, as well as the Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine fellowship. I regularly lecture on critical care topics such as post-intubation care, laryngoscope and RSI techniques, septic shock, DKA, and others. In my administrative roles at Albany Medical Center I serve as the associate program director for the Resuscitation and Emergency Critical Care Care fellowship, as well as the co-lead physician for the COVID-19 monoclonal antibody program. I am also the current chair of the Critical Care Interest Group for SAEM.