Dr. Clyne practices emergency medicine at Rhode Island Hospital, The Miriam Hospital, and Hasbro Children's Hospital. He is the Vice Chair for Education in the Department of Emergency Medicine and director of the Medical Education research fellowship.
Dr. Clyne graduated from Brown Medical School and completed his residency training in emergency medicine at the University of Maryland/Shock Trauma Center where he served as chief resident. At Brown, he has served in numerous educational roles including director of medical student education and residency program director in emergency medicine. He has taught hundreds of medical students and residents, earning national recognition for teaching excellence.
Dr. Clyne is a lead faculty in the AMS academy system where teaches and provides medical student career decision-making. He also serves on the AMS admissions committee and educational faculty development steering committee. His scholarship reflects his clinical and administrative experience in the areas of graduate medical education and medical student career selection. Additional interests include workforce planning and physician leadership development.