Megan Ranney MD MPH is a practicing emergency physician and researcher, focusing on the intersection between digital health and injury prevention. She is the Director and founder of the Brown Emergency Digital Health Innovation (EDHI) program (www.brownedhi.org).
She graduated from Harvard University summa cum laude with a Bachelor of Arts in History of Science in 1997. She served as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Cote d'Ivoire prior to attending medical school at Columbia University College of Physicians & Surgeons in NYC. She graduated with AOA status and received the Leonard Tow Humanism in Medicine award from the Gold Humanism Society on graduation. She completed internship, residency, and chief residency in Emergency Medicine, as well as a fellowship in Injury Prevention Research and a Master of Public Health, at Brown University.
She is currently an Associate Professor in the Department of Emergency Medicine at Rhode Island Hospital/Alpert Medical School of Brown University. She is an editor for the journal Annals of Emergency Medicine, a Fellow of the American College of Emergency Physicians, and an elected member of the Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Board of Directors. She has previously served as an appointed member of HIMSS' mHealth Physician Taskforce. Chair of the Research Committee for the Society for Academic Emergency Medicine, and chair of the Firearm Injury Research Technical Advisory Group for the American College of Emergency Physicians. She is PI or Co-I on grants from NIMH, NICHD, NIAAA, NIDA, and PCORI, all focused on technology-based interventions for high risk populations. Her work has been featured by media outlets ranging from the New York Times to Fox News.
She is also Chief Research Officer for the American Foundation for Firearm Injury Reduction in Medicine (www.affirmresearch.org), non-partisan philanthropy focused on filling the funding gap for high-quality, medically-focused, firearm injury research.
|Ranney ML, Fletcher J, Alter H, Barsotti C, Bebarta VS, Betz ME, Carter PM, Cerdá M, Cunningham RM, Crane P, Fahimi J, Miller MJ, Rowhani-Rahbar A, Vogel JA, Wintemute GJ, Waseem M, Shah MN, ACEP Technical Advisory Group on Firearm Injury Research, a Subcommittee of the ACEP Research Committee. A Consensus-Driven Agenda for Emergency Medicine Firearm Injury Prevention Research.. Annals of Emergency Medicine. 2017; 69 (2) : 227-240.|
|Donovan, Elizabeth, Ranney, Megan L., Patry, Emily J., McKenzie, Michelle, Baird, Janette, Green, Traci C. Beliefs About a Complementary and Alternative Therapy–Based Chronic Pain Management Program for a Medicaid Population. Pain Medicine/Pain Medicine. 2017; 18 (9) : 1805-1816.|
|Mumma BE, Chang AM, Kea B, Ranney ML, Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Research Committee. Career Development Awards in Emergency Medicine: Resources and Challenges.. Academic Emergency Medicine. 2017;|
|Donovan E, Ranney ML, Reid AM, Baird J, Green TC Chronic Pain in the Emergency Department.. Rhode Island medical journal (2013). 2017; 100 (2) : 25-29.|
|Chai PR, Carreiro S, Ranney ML, Karanam K, Ahtisaari M, Edwards R, Schreiber KL, Ben-Ghaly L, Erickson TB, Boyer EW Music as an Adjunct to Opioid-Based Analgesia.. Journal of Medical Toxicology. 2017; 13 (3) : 249-254.|
|Yen S, Ranney ML, Tezanos KM, Chuong A, Kahler CW, Solomon JB, Spirito A Skills to Enhance Positivity in Suicidal Adolescents: Results From an Open Development Trial.. Behavior modification. 2017; : 145445517748559.|
|Patton, Desmond U., Patel, Sadiq, Hong, Jun Sung, Ranney, Megan L., Crandall, Marie, Dungy, Lyle Tweets, Gangs, and Guns: A Snapshot of Gang Communications in Detroit. Violence and Victims/Violence. 2017; 32 (5) : 919-934.|
|Patton DU, Patel S, Hong JS, Ranney ML, Crandall M, Dungy L Tweets, Gangs, and Guns: A Snapshot of Gang Communications in Detroit.. Violence. 2017; 32 (5) : 919-934.|
|Knoepke, Christopher, Allen, Amanda, Ranney, Megan, Wintemute, Garen, Matlock, Daniel, Betz, Marian Violence. Western Journal of Emergency Medicine/Western Journal of Emergency Medicine. 2017; 18 (5) : 903-912.|
|Choo E, Guthrie KM, Mello M, Wetle TF, Ranney M, Tapé C, Zlotnick C "I need to hear from women who have 'been there'": Developing a woman-focused intervention for drug use and partner violence in the emergency department.. Partner abuse. 2016; 7 (2) : 193-220.|
|Ranney ML, Freeman JR, Connell G, Spirito A, Boyer E, Walton M, Guthrie KM, Cunningham RM A Depression Prevention Intervention for Adolescents in the Emergency Department.. The Journal of adolescent health : official publication of the Society for Adolescent Medicine. 2016; 59 (4) : 401-10.|
|Jiang Y, Ranney ML, Perez B, Viner-Brown S Burden of Violent Death on Years of Life Lost in Rhode Island, 2006-2013.. American Journal of Preventive Medicine. 2016; 51 (5S3) : S251-S259.|
|Roszko, Paul J. D., Ameli, Jonathan, Carter, Patrick M., Cunningham, Rebecca M., Ranney, Megan L. Clinician Attitudes, Screening Practices, and Interventions to Reduce Firearm-Related Injury. Epidemiologic reviews. 2016; : mxv005.|
|Ranney, Megan L., Peimer, Clayton A. Commentary on “Physician-Rating Web Sites: Ethical Implications”. The Journal of Hand Surgery. 2016; 41 (1) : 111-2.|
|Turcotte Benedict F, Amanullah S, Linakis JG, Ranney M Emergency Department Utilization Among Assault-Injured Youth: Implications for Youth Violence Screening.. Pediatric Emergency Care . 2016;|
|Betz ME, Ranney ML, Wintemute GJ Frozen Funding on Firearm Research: "Doing Nothing Is No Longer an Acceptable Solution".. Western Journal of Emergency Medicine. 2016; 17 (1) : 91-3.|
|Riese A, Gao H, Baird J, Mello MJ, Ranney ML Including Youth Violence Screening on Previsit Questionnaires and the Effect on Other Health Risk Behavior Discussions.. Clinical Pediatrics/Clinical Pediatrics. 2016; 56 (3) : 284-287.|
|Ranney ML, Peimer CA Online emergency department ratings, patient satisfaction and the age-old issue of communication.. BMJ quality & safety. 2016; 25 (1) : 1-2.|
|Rising KL, Carr BG, Hess EP, Meisel ZF, Ranney ML, Vogel JA Patient-centered Outcomes Research in Emergency Care: Opportunities, Challenges, and Future Directions.. Academic Emergency Medicine. 2016; 23 (4) : 497-502.|
|Wintemute, Garen J., Betz, Marian E., Ranney, Megan L. Physicians, Patients, and Firearms. Annals of Internal Medicine/Annals of Internal Medicine. 2016; 165 (12) : 893.|
|Wintemute GJ, Betz ME, Ranney ML Physicians, Patients, and Firearms.. Annals of Internal Medicine. 2016; 165 (12) : 893.|
|Whiteside LK, Russo J, Wang J, Ranney ML, Neam V, Zatzick DF Predictors of Sustained Prescription Opioid Use After Admission for Trauma in Adolescents.. The Journal of adolescent health : official publication of the Society for Adolescent Medicine. 2016; 58 (1) : 92-7.|
|Ranney ML, Patena JV, Nugent N, Spirito A, Boyer E, Zatzick D, Cunningham R PTSD, cyberbullying and peer violence: prevalence and correlates among adolescent emergency department patients. General Hospital Psychiatry. 2016; 39 : 32-38.|
|Resko SM, Reddock EC, Ranney ML, Epstein-Ngo Q, Mountain SK, Zimmerman MA, Cunningham RM, Walton MA Reasons for Fighting among Violent Female Adolescents: A Qualitative Investigation from an Urban, Midwestern Community.. Social work in public health. 2016; 31 (3) : 99-112.|
|Ranney ML, Chang B, Freeman JR, Norris B, Silverberg M, Choo EK Tweet Now, See You In the ED Later? Examining the Association Between Alcohol-related Tweets and Emergency Care Visits.. Academic Emergency Medicine. 2016; 23 (7) : 831-4.|
|Thorsen MM, Patena JV, Morrow Guthrie K, Spirito A, Ranney ML Using High-Risk Adolescents' Voices to Develop a Comprehensible Cognitive Behavioral Therapy-Based Text-Message Program.. Behavioral Medicine. 2016; : 1-11.|
|Wintemute GJ, Betz ME, Ranney ML Yes, You Can: Physicians, Patients, and Firearms.. Annals of Internal Medicine. 2016; 165 (3) : 205-13.|
|Ranney ML, Thorsen M, Patena JV, Cunningham RM, Boyer EW, Walton MA, Spirito A, Zatzick DF, Morrow K "You need to get them where they feel it": Conflicting Perspectives on How to Maximize the Structure of Text-Message Psychological Interventions for Adolescents.. Proceedings of the ... Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences. Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences. 2015; 2015 : 3247-3255.|
|Wintemute G, Ranney M Emergency physicians and firearm violence.. Annals of Emergency Medicine. 2015; 65 (5) : 595-9.|
|Riese A, Gjelsvik A, Ranney ML Extracurricular Activities and Bullying Perpetration: Results From a Nationally Representative Sample.. Journal of School Health. 2015; 85 (8) : 544-551.|
|Chai PR, Wu RY, Ranney ML, Bird J, Chai S, Zink B, Porter PS Feasibility and Acceptability of Google Glass for Emergency Department Dermatology Consultations.. JAMA Dermatology. 2015; 151 (7) : 794-6.|
|Rosen RK, Ranney ML, Boyer EW Formative research for mhealth HIV adherence: the iHAART app.. Proceedings of the ... Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences. Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences. 2015; 2015 : 2778-2785.|
|Ranney, Megan L., Limkakeng, Alexander T., Carr, Brendan, Zink, Brian, Kaji, Amy H. Improving the Emergency Care Research Investigator Pipeline: SAEM/ACEP Recommendations.. Academic Emergency Medicine. 2015; 22 (7) : 849-851.|
|Ranney, Megan L., Meisel, Zachary F., Choo, Esther K., Garro, Aris C., Sasson, Comilla, Morrow Guthrie, Kate Interview-based Qualitative Research in Emergency Care Part II: Data Collection, Analysis and Results Reporting.. Academic Emergency Medicine. 2015; 22 (9) : 1103-1112.|
|Birnbaum F, Lewis D, Rosen RK, Ranney ML Patient engagement and the design of digital health.. Academic Emergency Medicine. 2015; 22 (6) : 754-6.|
|Patton, Rikki, Lau, Chung Hin (Joshua), Blow, Frederic C., Ranney, Megan L., Cunningham, Rebecca M., Walton, Maureen A. Prevalence and Correlates of Depression and Drinking Behaviors Among Adolescents and Emerging Adults in a Suburban Emergency Department. Substance Use & Misuse. 2015; 51 (1) : 34-40.|
|Riese A, Mello MJ, Baird J, Steele DW, Ranney ML Prompting Discussions of Youth Violence Using Electronic Previsit Questionnaires in Primary Care: A Cluster Randomized Trial. Academic pediatrics. 2015; 15 (3) : 345-52.|
|Choo EK, Garro AC, Ranney ML, Meisel ZF, Morrow Guthrie K Qualitative Research in Emergency Care Part I: Research Principles and Common Applications.. Academic Emergency Medicine. 2015; 22 (9) : 1096-1102.|
|Ranney, Megan L, Genes, Nicholas Social media and healthcare quality improvement: a nascent field.. BMJ Qual Saf/BMJ quality & safety. 2015; 25 (6) : 389-391.|
|Bohnert, Kipling M., Walton, Maureen A., Ranney, Megan, Bonar, Erin E., Blow, Frederic C., Zimmerman, Marc A., Booth, Brenda M., Cunningham, Rebecca M. Understanding the service needs of assault-injured, drug-using youth presenting for care in an urban Emergency Department. Addictive behaviors. 2015; 41 : 97-105.|
|Cunningham, Rebecca M., Carter, Patrick M., Ranney, Megan, Zimmerman, Marc A., Blow, Fred C., Booth, Brenda M., Goldstick, Jason, Walton, Maureen A. Violent Reinjury and Mortality Among Youth Seeking Emergency Department Care for Assault-Related Injury. JAMA Pediatrics. 2015; 169 (1) : 63.|
|Ranney ML, Choo EK, Cunningham RM, Spirito A, Thorsen M, Mello MJ, Morrow K Acceptability, language, and structure of text message-based behavioral interventions for high-risk adolescent females: a qualitative study.. The Journal of adolescent health : official publication of the Society for Adolescent Medicine. 2014; 55 (1) : 33-40.|
|Cunningham RM, Ranney M, Newton M, Woodhull W, Zimmerman M, Walton MA Characteristics of youth seeking emergency care for assault injuries.. PEDIATRICS. 2014; 133 (1) : e96-105.|
|Madsen TE, Riese A, Choo EK, Ranney ML Effects of a web-based educational module on pediatric emergency medicine physicians' knowledge, attitudes, and behaviors regarding youth violence.. Western Journal of Emergency Medicine. 2014; 15 (5) : 615-22.|
|Ranney ML, Suffoletto B Extending our reach: use of mHealth to support patients after emergency care.. Annals of Emergency Medicine. 2014; 63 (6) : 755-6.|
|Ranney ML, Locci N, Adams EJ, Betz M, Burmeister DB, Corbin T, Dalawari P, Jacoby JL, Linden J, Purtle J, North C, Houry DE Gender-specific research on mental illness in the emergency department: current knowledge and future directions.. Academic Emergency Medicine. 2014; 21 (12) : 1395-402.|
|Kim DJ, Choo EK, Ranney ML Impact of gender on patient preferences for technology-based behavioral interventions.. Western Journal of Emergency Medicine. 2014; 15 (5) : 593-9.|
|Lee MH, Ranney ML, Zink BJ Misclassification of emergency department visits distracts from the real issue.. Rhode Island medical journal (2013). 2014; 97 (9) : 17.|
|Carreiro S, Smelson D, Ranney M, Horvath KJ, Picard RW, Boudreaux ED, Hayes R, Boyer EW Real-Time Mobile Detection of Drug Use with Wearable Biosensors: A Pilot Study.. Journal of Medical Toxicology. 2014;|
|Choo EK, Benz M, Rybarczyk M, Broderick K, Linden J, Boudreaux ED, Ranney ML The intersecting roles of violence, gender, and substance use in the emergency department: a research agenda.. Academic Emergency Medicine. 2014; 21 (12) : 1447-1452.|
|Chai PR, Wu RY, Ranney ML, Porter PS, Babu KM, Boyer EW The virtual toxicology service: wearable head-mounted devices for medical toxicology.. Journal of Medical Toxicology. 2014; 10 (4) : 382-7.|
|Choo EK, Ranney ML, Chan TM, Trueger NS, Walsh AE, Tegtmeyer K, McNamara SO, Choi RY, Carroll CL Twitter as a tool for communication and knowledge exchange in academic medicine: A guide for skeptics and novices.. Medical teacher. 2014; : 1-6.|
|Ranney ML, Sankoff J, Newman DH, Fenton A, Mukau L, Durston WE, Ballard DW, Wintemute G A call to action: firearms, public health, and emergency medicine.. Annals of Emergency Medicine. 2013; 61 (6) : 700-2.|
|Taggart IH, Ranney ML, Howland J, Mello MJ A systematic review of emergency department interventions for college drinkers.. The Journal of Emergency Medicine. 2013; 45 (6) : 962-8.|
|Ranney ML, Choo EK, Spirito A, Mello MJ Adolescents' preference for technology-based emergency department behavioral interventions: does it depend on risky behaviors?. Pediatric Emergency Care . 2013; 29 (4) : 475-81.|
|Gallagher SS, Cruz TH, Ranney ML Advocacy: translating injury research into policy.. Injury prevention : journal of the International Society for Child and Adolescent Injury Prevention. 2013; 19 (5) : 366.|
|Ranney ML, Walton M, Whiteside L, Epstein-Ngo Q, Patton R, Chermack S, Blow F, Cunningham RM Correlates of depressive symptoms among at-risk youth presenting to the emergency department.. General Hospital Psychiatry. 2013; 35 (5) : 537-44.|
|Ranney ML, Fenton A, Sankoff J, Wintemute G In reply.. Annals of Emergency Medicine. 2013; 62 (4) : 434-5.|
|Houry D, Ranney ML Public scholarship and the role for injury practitioners.. Injury prevention : journal of the International Society for Child and Adolescent Injury Prevention. 2013; 19 (4) : 296.|
|Whiteside LK, Ranney ML, Chermack ST, Zimmerman MA, Cunningham RM, Walton MA The overlap of youth violence among aggressive adolescents with past-year alcohol use-A latent class analysis: aggression and victimization in peer and dating violence in an inner city emergency department sample.. Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs. 2013; 74 (1) : 125-35.|
|Ranney ML, Daya M Twitter and resuscitation education: is this the future?. Resuscitation. 2013; 84 (2) : 147-8.|
|Choo EK, Ranney ML, Aggarwal N, Boudreaux ED A systematic review of emergency department technology-based behavioral health interventions.. Academic Emergency Medicine. 2012; 19 (3) : 318-28.|
|Choo EK, Ranney ML, Wong Z, Mello MJ Attitudes toward technology-based health information among adult emergency department patients with drug or alcohol misuse.. Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment. 2012; 43 (4) : 397-401.|
|Baird J, Ranney ML, Mello MJ Comment on the paper by Suffoletto et al. entitled: Text-message-based assessments and brief intervention for young adults discharged from the emergency department.. Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research. 2012; 36 (3) : 395-7.|
|Ranney ML, Choo EK, Wang Y, Baum A, Clark MA, Mello MJ Emergency department patients' preferences for technology-based behavioral interventions.. Annals of Emergency Medicine. 2012; 60 (2) : 218-27.e48.|
|Choo EK, Ranney ML, Mello MJ, Clark MA, Charest T, Garro CF, Bertsch K, Larsen S, Zlotnick C High risk health behaviors and healthcare access among female adult entertainment club employees.. Women & Health. 2012; 52 (7) : 646-57.|
|Ranney ML, Madsen T, Gjelsvik A Predictors of being unsafe: participation in the Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System 2006 intimate partner violence module.. Journal of interpersonal violence. 2012; 27 (1) : 84-102.|
|Ranney ML, Mello MJ A comparison of female and male adolescent victims of violence seen in the emergency department.. The Journal of Emergency Medicine. 2011; 41 (6) : 701-6.|
|Ranney ML, Rennert-May E, Spitzer R, Chitai MA, Mamlin SE, Mabeya H A novel ED-based sexual assault centre in western Kenya: description of patients and analysis of treatment patterns.. Emergency medicine journal : EMJ. 2011; 28 (11) : 927-31.|
|Ranney ML, Whiteside L, Walton MA, Chermack ST, Zimmerman MA, Cunningham RM Sex differences in characteristics of adolescents presenting to the emergency department with acute assault-related injury.. Academic Emergency Medicine. 2011; 18 (10) : 1027-35.|
|Ranney ML, Mello MJ, Baird JB, Chai PR, Clark MA Correlates of motorcycle helmet use among recent graduates of a motorcycle training course.. Accident Analysis & Prevention. 2010; 42 (6) : 2057-62.|
|Ranney ML, Verhoek-Oftedahl W, Rommel J, Mello MJ Analysis of intentional and unintentional injuries caused by firearms and cutting/piercing instruments among Providence youth, Nov 2004-Dec 2007.. Medicine and health, Rhode Island. 2009; 92 (6) : 200-3.|
|Ranney ML, Odero W, Mello MJ, Waxman M, Fife RS Injuries from interpersonal violence presenting to a rural health center in Western Kenya: characteristics and correlates.. Injury prevention : journal of the International Society for Child and Adolescent Injury Prevention. 2009; 15 (1) : 36-40.|
|Broderick KB, Ranney ML, Vaca FE, D'Onofrio G, Rothman RE, Rhodes KV, Becker B, Haukoos JS Study designs and evaluation models for emergency department public health research.. Academic Emergency Medicine. 2009; 16 (11) : 1124-31.|
|Ranney ML, Mello MJ, Baird J Helmet use among 510 injured motorcyclists in a state with limited helmet laws.. Medicine and health, Rhode Island. 2008; 91 (4) : 100-2.|
|Arnold LK, Alomran H, Anantharaman V, Halpern P, Hauswald M, Malmquist P, Molyneux E, Rajapakse B, Ranney M, Razzak J Knowledge translation in international emergency medical care.. Academic Emergency Medicine. 2007; 14 (11) : 1047-51.|
|Ranney ML, Gee EM, Merchant RC Nonprescription availability of emergency contraception in the United States: current status, controversies, and impact on emergency medicine practice.. Annals of Emergency Medicine. 2006; 47 (5) : 461-71.|
|Krosin MT, Klitzman R, Levin B, Cheng J, Ranney ML Problems in comprehension of informed consent in rural and peri-urban Mali, West Africa.. Clinical Trials. 2006; 3 (3) : 306-13.|
|Ranney M, Partridge R, Jay GD, Rozzoli DE, Pandey P Rabies antibody seroprotection rates among travelers in Nepal: "rabies seroprotection in travelers".. Journal of travel medicine. 2006; 13 (6) : 329-33.|
My research focuses on the use of technology to facilitate a) emergency care; b) behavioral health; c) access to care for vulnerable populations.
Emergency Department Predictive Analytics for High-Risk Patients
Advance-CTR (PI: Ranney) Anticipated 2/18-10/18
Role: Principal Investigator, 10% FTE
A Technology-Augmented Intervention to Prevent Peer Violence & Depressive Symptoms Among At-Risk Emergency Department Adolescents
NICHD R01HD093655 (PI: Ranney) 3/18-2/23
Role: Principal Investigator, 30% FTE
Building Research Capacity for Firearm Safety Among Children
NICHD R24HD087149 (PI: Cunningham) 9/17-8/22
Role: Co-investigator, 10% FTE
Bullying Prevention Intervention for Adolescent Primary Care Patients
NICHD R21 HD088739 (PI: Ranney) 8/16-7/18
Role: Principal Investigator, 10% FTE
A Patient Decision Aid to Augment Lethal Means Counseling for Suicidal Patients
NIMH (PI: Betz) 7/17-6/19
Creating a Non-ACGME Fellowship in Digital Innovation in Health Care and Education
Academic Development Award, UEMF (PI: Pensa) 6/17-5/19
Understanding the Interplay of Social Context and Physiology on Psychological Outcomes in Trauma-Exposed Adolescents
NIMH R01 MH108641 (PI: Nugent) 7/16-3/21
Role: Co-investigator, 20% FTE
Text-message-based depression prevention for high-risk youth in the ED
NIMH K23 MH095866 (PI: Ranney) 4/13-2/18
Role: Principal Investigator, 75% FTE
An e-Parenting Skills Intervention to Decrease Injured Adolescents' Alcohol Use
NIAAA R21 AA024185 (PI: Mello) 9/15 – 8/17
Role: Co-investigator, 5% FTE
Optimizing Patient Engagement in a Novel Pain Management Initiative (OPEN)
PCORI (PI: Green) 3/14-2/17
Role: Co-Investigator, 5% FTE
Skills to Enhance Positivity in Suicidal Adolescents
NIMH R34 MH101272 (PI: Yen) 8/13-7/16
Depression & Violence in Teen Girls: An ED-based Study
SAEM Research Training Grant (PI: Ranney) 1/12-12/13
Role: Principal Investigator
Cellphone Intervention to Increase Mental Health Service Use by Teen ED Patients
NIH Loan Repayment Program (PI: Ranney) 7/11-6/13
Role: Principal Investigator
A Longitudinal Curriculum in Public Health for Emergency Medicine Residents
American Association of Medical Colleges (PI: Schweigler) 1/08-9/12
Patient Attitudes toward Technology-based Behavioral Health Interventions in the Emergency Department
UEMF Small Projects Grant (Co-PI: Ranney/Choo) 8/10-6/11
Role: Co-Principal Investigator
Feasibility Study of Brief Motivational Interventions to Increase Motorcycle Helmet Use in the Emergency Department
UEMF Small Projects Grant (PI: Ranney) 3/09 – 12/09
Role: Principal Investigator
Determinants of Youth Motorcycle Helmet Use in Rhode Island
American Public Health Association (PI: Ranney) 9/08 – 8/09
Role: Principal Investigator
Brief Motivational Interventions to Increase Motorcycle Helmet Use in the Emergency Department
NIH Loan Repayment Program (PI: Ranney) 9/08 – 8/10
Role: Principal Investigator
Outstanding Investigator Award, University Emergency Medicine Foundation - 2017
Technology Innovation Award, University Emergency Medicine Foundation - 2016
Providence Business News "Forty Under Forty" - 2015
RI Bioscience Award, Tech Collective - 2014
Faculty Research Award, Department of Emergency Medicine - 2014
Outstanding Physician Award, Department of Emergency Medicine - 2014
Editor, Annals of Emergency Medicine - 2013-present
Fellow, American College of Emergency Physicians - 2011
Loan Repayment Award for Clinical Research, National Institutes for Health - 2008-2013
Dean's Excellence in Teaching Award - June 2010
Haffenreffer Award - June 2008
Gregory D. Jay Resident Research Award -June 2008
Daniel L. Savitt Resident Teaching Award - June 2008
|Chen, Elizabeth||Associate Director of the Center for Biomedical Informatics, Associate Professor of Medical Science, Associate Professor of Health Services, Policy and Practice|
|Choo, Esther||Adjunct Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine|
|Clark, Melissa||Adjunct Professor of Epidemiology, Adjunct Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology|
|Guthrie, Kate||Professor of Psychiatry and Human Behavior (Research), Professor of Behavioral and Social Sciences (Research)|
|Huang, Jeff||Assistant Professor of Computer Science|
|Linakis, James||Professor of Emergency Medicine, Professor of Pediatrics|
|Mello, Michael||Professor of Emergency Medicine, Professor of Medical Science, Professor of Health Services, Policy and Practice|
|Nugent, Nicole||Associate Professor of Psychiatry and Human Behavior (Research), Associate Professor of Pediatrics (Research)|
|Riese, Alison||Assistant Professor of Pediatrics, Assistant Professor of Medical Science|
|Rosen, Rochelle||Assistant Professor of Behavioral and Social Sciences|
|Sarkar, Neil||Director of the Center for Biomedical Informatics, Associate Professor of Medical Science, Associate Professor of Health Services, Policy and Practice|
|Strong, David||Adjunct Assistant Professor of Psychiatry and Human Behavior|
|Turcotte-Benedict, Frances||Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine|
|Yen, Shirley||Associate Professor of Psychiatry and Human Behavior|
|Zlotnick, Caron||Professor of Psychiatry and Human Behavior, Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Professor of Medicine|
American Foundation for Firearm Injury Reduction in Medicine, Chief Research Officer, 2018-present.
HIMSS, mHealth Physician Task Force, appointed member, 2014-2017
Institute of Medicine, Digital Learning Collaborative, appointed member, 2014-2016.
Society for the Advancement of Violence & Injury Research (SAVIR), 2008-present.
Advocacy Committee, 2010-2015.
Society for Academic Emergency Medicine (SAEM), 2006-present.
Board of Directors, 2017-present.
Chair, Research Committee, 2014-2017.
Nominating Commitee (elected member), 2012-2014.
Chair, Public Health Interest Group, 2012-2013.
Chair, Didactics Subcommittee, 2010-2013.
Board of Directors, resident member, 2007-2008.
Member, Public Health Interest Group (PHIG) and Research Interest Group.
Academy for Women in Academic Emergency Med (AWAEM), 2010-present.
American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP), 2003-present
Research Committee, Sub-committee Chair, 2014-present.
Editor, Annals of Emergency Medicine, 2013-present.
Trauma and Injury Prevention Section, 2009-present.
Chair, Working Group on Gun Violence, 2012-2013
Newsletter editor, Trauma and Injury Prevention Section, 2010-2012
Research Section, 2010-present
Pre-Clinical Elective on Digital Health, Alpert Medical School. Faculty Director, 2016-present.
Injury as a Public Health Problem (PHP 2170). Course Director, 2012-2015.
Independent Study (BIOL 1970). Instructor/mentor, 2009-present.
Community Health Rotation, research mentor: 2008-2015.
|PHP 2170 - Injury As A Public Health Problem|