High-quality medical research is a critical factor in our success. Our hospitals are ranked highly by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and Emergency Medicine Foundation (EMF) for funding, resulting in extraordinary research opportunities. We can have multiple clinical trials going on in one of our four emergency departments at any time.
Our faculty mentor many medical students and resident researchers who present at major national and international emergency medicine conferences. We are regularly recognized by Wayne State University School of Medicine for being one of the most active departments for medical student mentorship.
MCES physicians and residents are committed to grant writing and seeking funding for new research.
Our staff physicians mentor many medical students and resident researchers.
We have innumerable posters, manuscripts, and podium presentations at EM conferences.
MCES physicians (Paxton, Favot, Rozen, & Khait) have been involved in groundbreaking research related to intraosseous and other emergent vascular access techniques. This has led to several improvements in device design and insertion techniques over the past two decades.
Recently major device manufacturers, including Vidacare LLC, Teleflex Inc, and PerSys Medical, have funded major research projects.
Dr. Paxton recently edited Springer Nature’s Emergent Vascular Access: A Guide for Healthcare Providers, featuring several of our vascular access experts as content contributors.
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