Emily E. Gundert, MD $$

Emergency Medicine Physician

Assistant Professor at UT Southwestern Medical Center

Languages Spoken:
English,

Locations

UT Southwestern Pediatric Group

Education and Training

Medical School
Eastern Virginia Medical School (2010)
Residency
Indiana University Medical Center (2013), Emergency Medicine
Fellowship
Indiana University Medical Center (2015), Critical Care Medicine
Board Certification
American Board of Emergency Medicine

Departments and Programs

  • Research Interests

    • ECMO in ARDS
    • ECMO in Cardiac arrest and decompensated cardiac shock
    • Pulmonary Embolism and Right heart dysfunction, predictors and prevention
  • Publications

    • Inhaled nitric oxide to treat intermediate risk pulmonary embolism: A multicenter randomized controlled trial. Kline JA, Puskarich MA, Jones AE, Mastouri RA, Hall CL, Perkins A, Gundert EE, Lahm T Nitric oxide : biology and chemistry 2019 Mar 84 60-68
    • Core warming of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) patients undergoing mechanical ventilation-A protocol for a randomized controlled pilot study. Bonfanti N, Gundert E, Drewry AM, Goff K, Bedimo R, Kulstad E, PloS one 2020 15 12 e0243190
    • Considerations for the Use of Intracardiac Echocardiography in Cardiac Arrest. Bonfanti N, Gundert E, Malhotra A, Saleh J, Kulstad E, Resuscitation 2020 Feb
  • Professional Activities

    • Society of Academic Emergency Medicine (2010), Academic Emergency Medicine Physicians
    • American Academy of Emergency Medicine (2010), Board Certified Emergency Medicine Group
    • American College of Emergency Medicine (2013), EM physicians
    • Society of Critical Care Medicine (2013), Critical Care Medicine physicians from multiple specialties