Areas of Research: Point of care ultrasound, simulation training for airway emergencies, situation awareness, teamwork, and leadership.
Dr. Lewis A. Eisen's research interests include critical care outcomes based research and education research, with specific research interests and clinical expertise in ultrasounds, simulation training and airway training.
Dr. Eisen completed his undergraduate work at Johns Hopkins University and graduated from Mount Sinai School of Medicine. He completed residency, including a year as chief medical resident, at Beth Israel Medical Center in Manhattan. He then did a pulmonary and critical care fellowship at Beth Israel as well. Since graduating from fellowship in 2007 he has been a member of the faculty at Einstein/Montefiore, where he is currently Director of Simulation and Ultrasound Training for Critical Care. Additionally, he is Director of the MICU at the Moses campus. In 2009, house staff selected him as Outstanding Full-Time Attending of the Year.
Dr. Eisen is the author of over 20 peer-reviewed manuscripts. His clinical and research interests include simulation training, critical care ultrasound and crew resource management. He has served as faculty for many regional and national critical care ultrasound courses sponsored by the Greater New York Hospital Foundation and the American College of Chest Physicians.
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