Emergency Medicine Faculty

Andrew E. Muck, MD, FACEP

Director of Education and Program Director
Associate Professor / Clinical, Emergency Medicine Residency Program

Dan S. Mosely, MDDepartment: Emergency Medicine
Email: muck@uthscsa.edu

Board Certifications: American Board of Emergency Medicine

Education:
MD, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, 2004
Residency, San Antonio Uniformed Services Health Education Consortium, Wilford Hall USAF Medical Center
Internship, San Antonio Uniformed Services Health Education Consortium, Wilford Hall USAF Medical Center

Publications:
Muck AE, Bebarta VS, Borys DJ, Morgan DL. Six Years of Epinephrine Digital Injections: Absence of Significant Local or Systemic Effects (Editors Choice). Ann Emerg Med 2010 Mar.

Muck AE, Hilliard M, Adams BD. When dead is only mostly dead: understanding which causes of sudden cardiac death have good outcomes. Journal of Emergency Medical Services 2009 Mar, 34(3): 42-53.

Bebarta VS, Mason PE, Ferre RM, Eadie JS, Muck AE, Joseph J, Pitotti RL. Disease and Non-Battle Traumatic Injuries Evaluated by Emergency Physicians in a U.S. Tertiary Combat Hospital. Ann Emerg Med. Sept 2009; 54(3):S59.

Adams BD, Cuniowski PA, Muck A, DeLorenzo RA. Registry of emergency airways arriving at combat hospitals. J Trauma 2008 Jun;64(6):1548-54.

Muck A, Bebarta V, Morgan D, Borys D. Six years of acute unintentional epinephrine digital injections: Lack of ischemic or significant systemic effects. Acad Emerg Med. May 2007; 14(5S1):S196.

Muck A, Cuniowski P, DeLorenzo R, Adams B. T The REACH Study: Is Advanced Airway Management Underutilized in Combat? Prehospital Emergency Care. January/March 2007; 11(1):104-105.

Cuniowski P, Muck A, DeLorenzo R, Adams B. Registry of Emergency Airways Arriving at Combat Hospitals. Annals of Emergency Medicine. October 2006; 48(4):S26-S27.

Biosketch: Dr. Muck graduated from Johns Hopkins School of Medicine in 2004. Following medical school, Dr. Muck completed an Emergency Medicine residency at the San Antonio Uniformed Services Health Education Consortium (SAUSHEC), where he also served as a chief resident. He was the Associate Program Director for the SAUSHEC Emergency Medicine Residency Program from 2009-2011 and is an Assistant Professor of Military and Emergency Medicine at the Uniformed Services University at Bethesda, MD. He has received numerous awards during his military career and served in Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation Enduring Freedom (Afghanistan). He joined the University of Texas Health Science Center as Associate Program Director for the residency program in August 2011, having received medical student and resident teaching awards since then. He is the Director for the Global Health Emergency Medicine section and works within the medical school to advance global health opportunities for medical students and residents. He believes in global health equity abroad and at home, and is the medical director for the San Antonio Refugee Health Clinic, which provides free health care to refugees in San Antonio. He is also faculty of the UTHSCSA Center for Medical Humanities and Ethics. He has a beautiful family and enjoys farming and running in his free time.

Awards:
Presidential Teaching Excellence Award (2016)
The Golden Apple Award for EM Faculty (2013-2014)
Faculty Teacher of the Year Award SAUSHEC EM Residency (2010)
Screaming Eagle Award for faculty contribution to SAUSHEC EM Residency (2010)

Professional societies:
American College of Emergency Physicians
Society of Academic Emergency Medicine
American Academy of Emergency Medicine

 

 
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