Dr. Brock Daniels
Anything outside, especially rock climbing, biking, kayaking. Traveling just about anywhere. Eating suspicious food from street vendors while sitting on a little plastic stool. Cooking for other people.
I lived in Thailand for one year as a Fogarty International Clinical Research Scholar and traveled throughout much of Southeast Asia. I have an MPH from Boston University in Epidemiology and Bioethics. I've also worked in a genetics lab, an HIV clinic, taught the MCAT, cell biology and algebra to high school kids.
My interests are ultrasound, international health, and hopefully the combination of the two. I'm currently working with Dr. Moore on developing a clinical decision rule to reduce CT scans in patients with suspected renal colic.
Favorite activities in New Haven:
Koffee is a great place to hang out. I also like the train station (not for hanging out, but for taking the train).
Why Yale’s Emergency Medicine Program:
YNHH has a largely unique clinical environment; it has the feel of a county hospital with all the resources of a major academic center. It's an amazing place to train with numerous opportunities for developing whatever type or career you're looking for. Train here, you can work anywhere.
I was named after a soap opera star on General Hospital.