Research & Publications
Dr. Ebbs is a Pediatric Critical Care Attending at Yale and Post-Doctoral researcher in the Cappello lab . He is affiliate faculty of the Institute for Global Health and Yale Uganda; he also serves on the Yale Global Health Council, is the Assistant Director for the Pediatrics Global Health Track, and is cofounder of the Yale Global Health On-TAP. He is cofounder of MGY (www.mgyaware.org), the Laro Kwo (saving lives) project in Northern Uganda, and the MGY team leader for clinical applications of projects. He has worked in Emergency Medical Services for over 20 years (flight paramedic) and continues to work in Emergency Medical Services in medical direction and training.
Dr. Ebbs earned his M.S concentrating in Community Health at the University of New Mexico, finishing in 2013. His M.S. training focused on the role of community health workers in rural and developing regions around the world, specifically in West Borneo and the NE Peruvian Amazon. His research interests include community participatory research in global health and prehospital predictive modeling.
Education & Training
- DOA.T. Still University School of Osteopathic Medicine (2017)
- MSThe University of New Mexico (2013)