David C. Cone, MD , is the fellowship director and Chief of the Section of EMS, holding the academic rank of Professor in emergency medicine. An active field provider since 1984, he has served as Medical Team Manager for two Urban Search & Rescue Task Forces, and is a firefighter with the North Madison Volunteer Fire Company. He is also service chief of the only physician response team in Connecticut, the New Haven Sponsor Hospital Area Response Physician (SHARP) Team. He served as President of NAEMSP in 2007 and 2008, and as Editor-in-Chief of the fourth edition of NAEMPS's textbook, Emergency Medical Services: Clinical Practice and Systems Oversight, published in January 2009. He is currently Editor-in-Chief of Academic Emergency Medicine.
Sandy Bogucki, MD PhD, holds the academic rank of Associate Professor, and is director of Yale’s fire research program, a multi-center consortium that works on research and development of technologies to enhance the safety and effectiveness of fire fighters, technical rescue personnel, and other responders. Her research interests also include detection technologies for environmental hazards and weaponized biologicals and chemicals. She is a member of the current chair of the NREMT Board of Directors. She took a leave to work in Washington as the Senior Medical Advisor to the Office of Preparedness and Emergency Response, US Department of Health and Human Services, and returned to Yale in the summer of 2008.
Ryan Carter, MD, MPH, MPP, joined the faculty in 2011 after completing his EMS fellowship training at Brown University in Rhode Island. He coordinates resident education for the Section.
Anthony Tomassoni, MD, MS, is the medical director of the Yale-New Haven Health System's Office of Emergency Preparedness. Tony is board-certified in toxicology and has research interests in hazardous materials and disaster management.
Don MacMillan, MA, PA-C, EMT-P, serves as Section faculty (Lecturer) and is the Emergency Management Coordinator for YNHH. He is a certified Hazardous Materials Technician, and is deputy chief for operations at the North Madison Volunteer Fire Company. A lieutenant commander in the US Naval Reserve, he received his Master of Arts degree in National Security and Strategic Studies from the Naval War College at Newport, RI, and recently returned from a nine-month tour of duty in Iraq.
Kevin Burns, PA-C EMT-P, joined the Section in 2003. He worked for a number of years as a paramedic in Rockland County, NY before joining the clinical staff at the YNHH ED. He is currently serving as the hospital’s EMS Coordinator, in charge of EMS quality improvement efforts.