Gus M. Garmel (M.D. 1988) received the Peter Rosen Award from the American Academy of Emergency Medicine in February. The award recognizes outstanding contributions in academic leadership. Garmel is the co-program director and co-founder of the Stanford/Kaiser Emergency Medicine Residency Program in Northern California, clinical associate professor of emergency medicine at the Stanford University School of Medicine, and a senior physician with the Permanente Medical Group at Kaiser Santa Clara.
Gus Garmel (M.D. 1988), of San Diego, California, has published his third textbook, Clinical Emergency Medicine Casebook, with colleague Joel T. Levis, M.D. A previous textbook he wrote with S.V. Mahadevan, M.D., An Introduction to Clinical Emergency Medicine, won first place in the medical textbook physician category from the American Medical Writers Association in 2006. Garmel is clinical associate professor of emergency medicine (surgery) at the Stanford University School of Medicine, senior emergency physican for the Permanente Medical Group, and co-directs the Stanford/Kaiser emergency medicine residency program.
Gus M. Garmel (M.D. 1988) has published his second emergency medicine textbook, An Introduction to Clinical Emergency Medicine: Guide to Practitioners in the Emergency Department (Cambridge University Press, 2005), which has become the required text for medical students and residents at a number of medical schools. Garmel is program co-director of the Stanford/Kaiser Emergency Medicine Residency, and enjoys speaking at national meetings. He resides in San Francisco.