Faculty Directory

Faculty Directory

 

Our dedicated faculty are exceptional clinicians, pioneers in research and among the foremost educators in the field of Emergency Medicine. Please follow this link to see some of the local and national leadership positions held by UVA EM faculty. Several of our faculty members are trained and certified in additional specialties:

William Brady - Professor of Emergency Medicine and Internal Medicine
Chris Ghaemmaghami - Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine and Internal Medicine
Christopher Holstege - Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine and Pediatrics
J. Stephen Huff - Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine and Neurology
Mark Kirk - Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine and Pediatrics
Theresa Schlager - Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine and Clinical Pediatrics
Mark Sochor - Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine and Engineer
William Woods - Associate Professor in Emergency Medicine Pediatrics and Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

Academic Faculty

William J. Brady, Jr., MD John Riordan, MD
David R. Burt, MD Pamela A. Ross, MD
Nathan Charlton, MD (Asst Residency Program Director)
Theresa A. Schlager, MD
Chris A. Ghaemmaghami, MD (Medical Director) Mark Sochor, MD
Christopher P. Holstege, MD Megan Starling, MD
J. Stephen Huff, MD (Medical Student Clerkship Director) Amita Sudhir, MD
Mark A. Kirk, MD Sara Sutherland, MD
James H. Moak, MD, RDMS Scott A. Syverud, MD
Robert E. O'Connor, MD, MPH (Chairman) Matthew Trowbridge, MD
Debra G. Perina, MD William A. Woods, MD (Residency Program Director)
Robert C. Reiser, MD

Clinical Faculty                                                      Culpeper Appointed Faculty

Sanjay Kripalani, MD Robert Powers, MD Emmeth Daniel, MD Michael Hehman, MD
Thomas A. Kuhlmann, MD Elisabeth A. Rogers, MD Harvey L. Madonick, MD Keri Jo A. McHugh, DO, FACEP
Glen Michael, MD Eunice M. Singletary, MD Frank Nuar, MD Catherine V. Perry, MD

Kathryn Mutter, MD


Robert A. Rosen, MD, FACEP
Claire M. Plautz, MD

Secondary Appointments