The New York American College of Emergency Physicians exists to support quality emergency medical care and to promote the interest of emergency physicians.

Research Committee

New York ACEP will foster and support emergency medicine research and research education in New York State and develop a statewide network of emergency medicine investigators and clinicians throughout the State positioned to develop data to be used by leaders to focus a clear agenda for the future of emergency medicine in New York State.
  • Promote emergency medicine research across New York State through the annual Research Forum
  • Advance and promote a common research curriculum for residency programs
  • Support the development of a research consortium to advance and enhance the knowledge base of emergency medicine and provide a statewide network of leaders in emergency medicine research
  • Develop a venue for researchers to interact, develop thoughts and collaborate on research projects
  • Develop and evaluate tools that will assist New York ACEP in gathering information important to New York ACEP's mission statement & strategic plan and provide sound evidence for policy decision makers
icon-phone 2The Research Committee meets by conference call every 3rd Wednesday @ 3:00 pm. Click on the Calendar to view all New York ACEP events including conference calls.
Research Committee
Nidhi Garg, MD FACEP, Long Island Jewish Medical Center, Chair
Bernard P. Chang, MD PhD, Columbia University Medical Center
Kevin P. Collins, MD PhD, Albany Medical Center
Jason Z. D'Amore, MD FACEP, MedExcel-Montefiore
Layne Dylla, MD PhD, University of Rochester
Laura D. Melville, MD, NewYork-Presbyterian Brooklyn Methodist Hospital, Board Liaison
Marc A. Probst, MD MS, Mount Sinai Medical Center

James Gerard Ryan, MD FACEP, Saint Catherine of Siena Medical Center
Kaushal Shah, MD FACEP, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai
Trent She, MD, Mount Sinai St. Luke's Roosevelt

Muhammad Waseem, MD MS FACEP, Lincoln Medical Center