Emily Damuth is an Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine and Internal Medicine in Camden, New Jersey. She trained in emergency medicine at Duke University Medical Center prior to completing critical care fellowship at Cooper University Hospital. Emily splits her clinical time equally between the Emergency Department and a multidisciplinary ICU. She is passionate about medical education and mentoring residents and fellows. Her clinical and research interests include critically ill patients treated with prolonged mechanical ventilation and improving physician communication with patients and families.
Evie Marcolini is an Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine and Neurocritical Care at Yale University School of Medicine in New Haven, Connecticut. She is also the Director of the SkyHealth Critical Care transport service providing air medical helicopter transport to critically ill patients in New York and Connecticut. After Emergency Medicine residency, Evie completed a Surgical Critical Care fellowship at R Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center, and is board certified in both Emergency Medicine and Neurocritical care. She divides her clinical time between the Emergency Department and the Neurosciences ICU.
Evie is the Chair of the Critical Care Section at American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP), speaks nationally and internationally on critical care topics, and is a co-editor of Emergency Department Resuscitation of the Critically Ill and Emergency Medicine Clinics of North America – Critical Care Emergencies. She has won multiple teaching awards, including the National Junior Faculty Teaching Award from ACEP.
Evie is happy to talk about any topic related to Critical Care and Emergency Medicine, but is especially passionate about Neurocritical Care emergencies and the continuity of care, as the patient transitions from prehospital to Emergency Department and then to the ICU environment.
Dr. Jarone Lee is an Emergency Medicine and Critical Care Medicine physician from California. He trained in Emergency Medicine at St Luke’s Roosevelt Hospital in New York City and completed a Critical Care fellowship at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston. He currently is the Quality Director for Surgical Critical Care for the Department of Surgery, as well as the Associate Medical Director of one of the ICU’s at MGH. He practices both emergency medicine and critical care and staffs a variety of different ICUs. He regularly takes care of a wide range for critically-ill patients from patients requiring ECMO to the general medicine patient.