About Us

Houston Resus is a podcast intended for use by Emergency Medicine residents to improve their core knowledge of advanced topics in resuscitation and management of critically ill patients.  The goal for this podcast is to expand upon a basic fund of knowledge and give the listener a framework in which to apply this knowledge, maintain broad differentials, and delve into management pathways for different pathophysiologies frequently encountered with critically ill patients in the Emergency Department.

While this is an unofficial podcast, and the opinions and views expressed here do not represent those of the University of Texas or the UT Houston Emergency Medicine Residency, this podcast could not be brought to you without the support of our UT Houston Faculty, particularly Drs. Pratik Doshi and Yashwant Chathampally, known as Yash and Doshi on the podcast.


Yashwant Chathampally

Yashwant Chathampally, MD, MS

Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine
Medical School: SUNY Health Science Center Downstate Medical Center
Residency: New York Medical College/Metropolitan Hospital, Emergency Medicine
Fellowship: Albert Einstein College of Medicine (Clinical Research)


Pratik Doshi

Pratik Doshi, MD

Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine
Medical School: New Jersey Medical School
Residency: Henry Ford Hospital Emergency Medicine, Internal Medicine
Fellowships: Henry Ford Hospital (Critical Care Medicine),  UT Houston (Neurocritical Care)


Joshua Laird

Josh Laird, MD

Critical Care Vice Chief, Houston Resus Editor-in-Chief
Medical School:Pennsylvania State University College of Medicine
Residency: UT Health Science Center at Houston, PGY-3 Emergency Medicine


Bryan Darger

Bryan Darger

Houston Resus Editor, Houston Resus Site Administrator
Medical School: UT Health Science Center at Houston – MS-4

A special thanks should also go out to Dr. Ije Akunyili, an alumnus of our program now practicing as part of Baylor College of Medicine’s EM program and an early driver of the podcast idea.


For further information on the UT Houston Emergency Medicine Residency please refer to emhouston.org

For questions or comments, Email Us

 

Comments are closed.