Michael Gottlieb, MD, FACEP
Editor-in-Chief, PEERcert+ Advanced Ultrasound
Michael Gottlieb, MD, FACEP, has served as the editor-in-chief for PEERcert+ Advanced Ultrasound for the Focused Practice Designation in Advanced Emergency Medicine Ultrasonography (AEMUS) since 2021. He formerly served as a senior content editor for PEER (Physician's Evaluation and Educational Review in Emergency Medicine) from 2019 to 2020. He is currently an associate professor of emergency medicine at Rush University Medical Center in Chicago, Illinois, where he also serves as the director of the Ultrasound Division and program director for the Clinical Ultrasound Fellowship. Dr. Gottlieb earned his doctor of medicine degree from Rush Medical College. He completed his residency training at the Cook County Hospital Emergency Medicine Residency Program and his fellowship at the Rush/Cook County Clinical Ultrasound Fellowship Program. Dr. Gottlieb is the chair of the ACEP Emergency Ultrasound Section, chair-elect for the Council of Residency Directors in Emergency Medicine (CORD) Academy for Scholarship, past chair of the CORD Education Committee, and past chair of the CORD Best Practices Subcommittee. He is also the executive course director for the ACEP AEMUS Board Review Course.
In addition to PEER, Dr. Gottlieb is an editor for Annals of Emergency Medicine, Academic Medicine, the Western Journal of Emergency Medicine, the American Journal of Emergency Medicine, and Academic Emergency Medicine Education and Training. He is also the social media editor for Academic Emergency Medicine. Dr. Gottlieb has authored over 450 peer-reviewed publications, and he reviews for more than 30 journals. He is a nationally recognized speaker and has received several awards, including the Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Academy of Emergency Ultrasound Most Prolific Researcher and Rising Star Awards, the CORD Academy for Scholarship Distinguished Scholar Award, the ACEP National Emergency Medicine Junior Faculty Teaching Award, and the EMRA 25 Under 45 Award. His academic interests include resident education, with a focus on ultrasound and procedural training.