31
August
2023
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12:45 PM
America/New_York

Dr. Andrew Moore, M.D., M.C.R.

Department of Emergency Medicine

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Dr. Moore is an early-career researcher and Assistant Professor in the Department of Emergency Medicine. He also serves as an Assistant Program Director for the Carilion Clinic/ Virginia Tech Carilion Emergency Medicine Residency. In addition to these roles, he is also an Assistant Professor of Health Systems and Implementation Sciences at the Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine (VTCSOM).

The medical career of Dr. Moore is particularly notable for Carilion Clinic and VTCSOM. He was a member of the inaugural class of VTCSOM students, and his passion for research during his training was demonstrated via honors for his scholarly research activities and receipt of the Outstanding Research Project award. Following his graduation, he completed his residency in Emergency Medicine at Northwestern University and a 2-year Research fellowship with the Center for Policy and Research in Emergency Medicine at Oregon Health and Science University. During this, he also earned a master's in clinical research. Dr. Moore joined Carilion Clinic as an attending physician in July 2020 and serves as a principal investigator on two studies set to begin this fall. One of these studies is an investigator-initiated study funded by Philips to determine whether mobile cardiac outpatient telemetry can help improve diagnosis and time to intervention for patients visiting the emergency department for cases of unexplained syncope (fainting). He is passionate about mentoring medical student researchers. He serves as course co-director in the Health Systems and Implementation Sciences curriculum in addition to his education and mentorship of Emergency Medicine residents. Dr. Moore’s research interests include syncope, wearable health monitoring devices, healthcare delivery, and clinician decision making. He serves as a reviewer for several peer-reviewed journals, such as the American Journal of Emergency Medicine, the Western Journal of Emergency Medicine, Academic Emergency Medicine, and the Journal of Medical Toxicology. He is also an active member of the American College of Emergency Physicians and the Society for Academic Emergency Medicinmembere. Dr. Moore currently serves on two national committees for SAEM including the research committee and the grants committee.

In his role as Principal Investigator in the Emergency Department, Dr. Moore is excited about the growth opportunities for research within Carilion Clinic and Virginia Tech and inspiring the next generation of VTCSOM medical students and residents to commit to serving the population of southwest Virginia.