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Brock Daniels, MD, MPH is a clinical instructor at the Yale New Haven Hospital Chapel Street campus. A recent graduate of the Yale Emergency Medicine Residency program, he was actively involved in research under the mentorship of Dr. Chris Moore in the field of clinical decision rules and reducing radiation exposure related to diagnostic imaging in the ED. He co-authored manuscripts published in The British Medical Journal, Journal of Academic Emergency Medicine and Annals of Emergency Medicine. In addition, Dr. Daniels has given oral presentations at the past three national SAEM meetings, and for work his during residency was presented with an award in recognition of excellence in research by the Emergency Medicine Faculty. A former NIH-Fogarty International Clinical Research Scholar, Dr. Daniels spent a year in Thailand during medical school involved in several multinational research projects investigating health and human rights violations, HIV treatment and the interaction between methamphetamine use and sexually transmitted diseases. Continuing his international work in residency, Dr. Daniels designed and taught an eight-week bedside ultrasound course to local physicians in rural Nepal. He is a graduate of Boston College, received his MPH in epidemiology and bioethics from Boston University and obtained his medical degree from Northwestern Feinberg School of medicine. Dr. Daniels intends to continues his research in the area of medical decision making around diagnostic testing in the ED, combining it with health information technology and big data to improve patient care and safety.
Education & Training
|MD||Northwestern University The Feinberg School of Med (2010)|
|Residency||Yale University School of Medicine|