Patil Armenian, MD
Novel psychoactive substance/designer drug identification and treatment including
MDMA intoxication diagnosis and treatment
Novel opioid intoxication diagnosis and treatment
Intersections between traumatic injury and drugs of abuse
Antidote usage patterns and chemical stability
University of California, Los Angeles-BS
Danielle D. Campagne, MD, FACEP
Wilderness Medicine and Emergency Medical Services
Wound irrigation and remote care of injured patient
Care of the critically ill including sepsis, airway, and orthopedic research
California State University, Fresno-BS
Brian Chinnock, MD, RDMS
Diagnosis of spontaneous bacterial peritonitis in ED ascites patients
Vaginal self-sampling for diagnosis of gonorrhea/chlamydia
Abscess treatment: evaluation of irrigation and packing
Use of absorbable sutures for traumatic laceration repair
Ultrasound for fracture reduction
University of Arizona-BS
Michael Darracq MD MPH FACEP, FAWM, FACMT
Poisoning treatment and novel antidotes.
Clinical pharmacology in the ED.
Improving and novel diagnostic testing in emergency and toxicology patients.
Novel psychoactive substance diagnosis, treatment and trafficking.
University of California, San Diego-BS
Susanne Spano, MD, FACEP, FAWM
Search and Rescue protocol and procedures
Wilderness Medicine education
University of California, Irvine-BS
Lori Weichenthal, MD, FACEP, RYT
Dean Weichenthal is board certified in Emergency Medicine. She completed her medical education at UCSF, and completed her residency in EM at UCSF Fresno. In addition to her interest in medical education and physician wellness, she teaches yoga to weekly community classes and to youth with disabilities.