David B. Bouslough Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine, Clinician Educator

DAVID BOUSLOUGH, MD has recently re-joined the faculty of The Miriam Hospital and Rhode Island Hospital after a two year leave of absence in which he served as the Chief of Emergency Medicine & Primary Care at LBJ Tropical Medical Center in American Samoa

Residency Training: Emergency Medicine, Michigan State University, Sparrow/Ingham Hospitals

Fellowship: International Emergency Medicine, UEMF/Brown University Graduate School

Other Training: Diploma in Tropical Medicine & Health, Royal College of Surgeons, Ireland

Board Certified: Emergency Medicine

Academic Interests: International Emergency Medicine, Emergency Preparedness, Tropical Medicine, Medical Education

Brown Affiliations

Research Areas

scholarly work

Lubo Zhang, Ph.D., DaLiao Xiao, M.S., David B. Bouslough, M.S., Long-term high-altitude hypoxia increases plasma nitrate levels in pregnant ewes and their fetuses. American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Dec 1998, Bol 179, pp. 1594-1598.

Bouslough D, McDevitt M, Clark M. Prevalence of Adult Patients Seeking Follow Up Care for Post-Lumbar Puncture Headache: A Community Emergency Department Experience. (Pending acceptance Annals of Emergency Medicine)

research overview

Current research projects center around the lessons learned from the September 29, 2009 American Samoan Tsunami, the 2008 Pacific Arts Festival Mass Gathering event preparations, the endemic Dengue Fever disease burden, Dengue and Leptospirosis co-infections, and the development of Palliative Care in the developing nation setting.

funded research