At ACEP18, we bring you 180 experienced faculty specializing in a variety of topics you need to know. Consisting of several ACEP speaker award winners, this year's faculty is ready to lead, inspire and share their knowledge with you! And with course formats like ACEP Connect and Rapid Fire it is easier than ever to interact and get your questions answered from our world-class faculty.
Check out some of our talented faculty below.
Calvin A. Brown, III, MD
Looking for Airway knowledge at ACEP18? Make plans to hear a lecture from Dr. Calvin A. Brown.
Dr. Brown’s primary area of interest includes airway management research. He has served as PI for the National Emergency Airway Registry (NEAR) and principle investigator for two grant funded projects on performance characteristics of emergency video laryngoscopy and pre-hospital airway management. Dr. Brown has published original research in Annals of Emergency Medicine, Academic Emergency Medicine, The Journal of Emergency Medicine, Resuscitation, Critical Care Medicine, and American Journal of EM and Pediatrics, and he has authored chapters on airway management in UpToDate – Emergency Medicine, The Manual of Emergency Airway Management 3rd Ed, and Rosen’s Textbook of Emergency Medicine
MO-36Been There, But Hope to Never Do That Again: Averting Common Airway Errors
MO-85 Medical Student Council Executive Session (by invitation only)
WE-242Difficult Airway Cases Workshop: Staying Out of Hot Water
Andrew W. Asimos, MD, FACEP
Looking for Neuro knowledge at ACEP18? Make plans to hear a lecture from Dr. Andrew W. Asimos.
Dr. Asimos is Medical Director at the Carolinas Stroke Network. Dr. Asimos has authored or coauthored multiple publications in the areas of stroke and transient ischemic attack (TIA). He has received research funding from federal, industry, and foundation sources for his TIA and stroke research.
MO-40Double Jeopardy: Risk in Neurovascular Emergencies
MO-71Case Studies of Subtle Presentations of Devastating Neurological Conditions)
TU-135Update in the Management of Ischemic Stroke Patients 2018
Teresa Wu, MD, FACEP
Looking for Imaging knowledge at ACEP18? Make plans to hear a lecture from Dr. Teresa Wu.
Dr. Wu is the Director of the EM Ultrasound Program and Fellowships at Banner University Medical Center and Associate Professor and Simulation Curriculum Director at the UA College of Medicine. Her innovative research has led to advances in education, simulation and point-of-care ultrasound.
WE-272Ten Most Commonly Missed Radiographic Findings in the ED
TH-309Quick Tips: ENT Procedures in the ED