19th Stanford Symposium on Emergency Medicine

Grand Hyatt Kauai Resort and Spa, Kauai, HI

The Stanford University School of Medicine is pleased to invite you to attend the 19th Stanford Symposium on Emergency Medicine. 

Contact Information

For further information regarding the conference, please send us an email or call us. 

Interest List

Add your name to our interest list to receive priority registration for this highly anticipated course. We will send you an email when registration opens, before it is widely announced.

Highlights Video

Speakers

Michael Bresler, MD
Clinical Professor

Ian Brown, MD
Clinical Assistant Professor

Bernard Dannenberg, MD
Clinical Professor

Laleh Gharahbaghian, MD
Clinical Associate Professor

Ayesha Khan, MD
Clinical Assistant Professor

Moon Lee, MD
Clinical Assistant Professor

S.V. Mahadevan, MD
Professor

Cori Poffenberger, MD
Clinical Assistant Professor

Alexei Wagner, MD
Clinical Assistant Professor

Colin Bucks, MD
Clinical Assistant Professor

Peter D'Souza, MD
Clinical Assistant Professor

Michael Gisondi, MD
Associate Professor

Phillip Harter, MD
Associate Professor

Viveta Lobo, MD
Clinical Assistant Professor

Jason Lowe, DO
Clinical Assistant Professor

Matthew Strehlow, MD
Associate Professor

Nounou Taleghani, MD
Clinical Associate Professor

Sarah Williams, MD
Clinical Associate Professor

Guest Speakers

Jess Mason, MD
EM faculty at UCSF Fresno, EMRAP contributor, EMRAP-HD producer, co-host of C3 and This Won't Hurt a Bit.

Mel Herbert, MD
A multi-award winning educator and lecturer, Mel founded the program based on humor, insight, and the knowledge that EM is the best hardest specialty, but it really matters.

Rob Orman, MD
A full time community ER doctor and professional educator/podcaster, he brings real world community medicine based perspective to the series.

Stuart Swadron, MD
From his years as residency director at USC, his work on EM:RAPEssentials of EM, and thousands of hours of international speaking, he has become known as Captain Cortex!