Emergency Medicine Faculty

Richard J. Spitz, MD, MS

Clinical Assistant Professor

Richard J. Spitz, MD, MSDepartment: Emergency Medicine
Email: spitz@uthscsa.edu

Board Certifications: American Board of Emergency Medicine

Education:
1994, MD, Chicago Medical School
1991, BA, Psychology, UTSA, 1998, Residency, EM, University of Chicago

Postgraduate training:
1998, Residency, EM, University of Chicago

Research interests:
Technique of Neuronal Cell Culturing, Examining neuronal cell injury-2001
Review of Escalator injuries-2001

Clinical interests: Involved in clinical bedside teaching, mentor for students

Publications:
Spitz, R. E-Medicine.com 'Retinal Vein Occlusion'

Biosketch: Dr. Spitz received his medical degree from Chicago Medical School in 1994. He completed his residency in 2001 at the University of Chicago as well. Dr. Spitz joined the UTHSCSA staff in December 2003 as a Clinical Assistant Professor. Dr. Spitz provides staff leadership during EM morning conferences and is also a mentor for students who are interested in going into Emergency Medicine as a career. He represents the Department of Emergency Medicine on the UHS Orion work group.

Professional societies:
ACEP, AAEM, BCMS, TMA, TCEP

 

 
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