Emergency Medicine Research
|"To conduct innovative clinical and translational emergency medicine research with a nationally recognized impact"|
Welcome and Our Goal
Thank you for visiting our research home page. The overarching goal of our departmental research is to provide meaningful, scientifically rigorous contributions to emergency medicine knowledge and practice.
Our faculty are academically active and have a variety of research interests including:
- Traumatic Brain Injury
- Geriatric Emergency Medicine
- Prehospital Medicine
- Global Health
- Other faculty Research Interests
Conducting Research in the Emergency Department
In addition to managing and supporting our faculty in their research interests, the Emergency Medicine Research Office also coordinates the conduct of research in the ED by outside investigators. WIth more than 130,000 combined annual visits, the Strong Memorial and Highland Hospital Emergency Departments offer a rich research environment. The Emergency Department Research Associate program at Strong Memorial Hospital also offers investigators a dedicated resource to identify and enroll patients in research studies.
Click here for more information regarding conducting research in our EDs.
Funding and Academic Productivity
The Department of Emergency Medicine at the University of Rochester is proud of the level of extramural funding and academic productivity of our faculty. The department ranks nationally in the top 10 emergency medicine departments for NIH funding annually and also receives funding from local, state, federal and private foundation grants.
Our faculty publish numerous peer-reviewed journal articles each year. Click here for current publications and abstracts,or browse to the specific research interest pages in the welcome message above.
Research & Academic Newsletter
EM Research Handbook (currently under revision)
Emergency Medicine Research Committee
- URMC Research News
- URMC Clinical Research Site
- UR Biomedical Sciences Research Site
- URMC Clinical and Translational Science Institute
- UR Office of Research and Program Administration (ORPA)
EM Research Program
Saunders Research Building
265 Crittenden Blvd
Suite 2.100, Box 655C
Rochester, NY 14642