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Erica McKernan, MD

 

 

Erica McKernan, MD

 

 

Assistant Professor, Emergency Medicine

Email: erica.mckernan@tuhs.temple.edu

 

 

Department of Emergency Medicine

 

Educational Background:

BS, Biology, Lafayette College, Easton, Pennsylvania, 1997

 

MD, Temple University School of Medicine, Philadelphia, PA, 2002

 

Residency, Emergency Medicine, Temple University Hospital, Philadelphia, PA, 2005

 

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board certification(s):

 

American Board of Emergency Medicine

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professional affiliations:

  • American Academy of Emergency Medicine

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Books, Book Chapters, and other Publications:

 

McKernan, E. (2005). Flail Chest. In Michael Greenberg (Ed.), Text-Atlas of Emergency Medicine (page 20). Philadelphia, PA: Lippincott, Williams and Wilkins.

 

McKernan, E. (2005). Lacunar Cerebral Vascular Accident. In Michael Greenberg (Ed.), Text-Atlas of Emergency Medicine (page 48). Philadelphia, PA: Lippincott, Williams and Wilkins.

 

McKernan, E. (2005). Tension Pneumothorax. In Michael Greenberg (Ed:), Text-Atlas of Emergency Medicine (page 635). Philadelphia, PA: Lippincott, Williams and Wilkins.

 

Jaffe, E.K., Volin, M., Bronson-Mullins, C.R., Dunbrack, Jr, R.L., Kervinen, J., Martins, J., Quinlan, Jr, J.F., Sazinsky, M.H., Steinhouse (McKernan). E.M., Yeung, AT. An Artificial Gene for Human Porphobilinogen Synthase Allows Comparison of an Allelic Variation Implicated in Susceptibility to Lead Poisoning. The Journal of Biological Chemistry 2000; 275:2619-2626

 

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PUBMED PUBLICATIONS :


Recent Medically Related Publications, Obtained from PubMed (Click on PubMed ID to view abstract)

16293506. Berg DA, Milner RE, Demangone D, Ufberg JW, McKernan E, Fisher CA, Gaughan JP, Grewal H, Dempsey DT, Goldberg AJ, Successful collaborative model for trauma skills training of surgical and emergency medicine residents in a laboratory setting. Curr Surg 62:6(657-62, discussion 663)2005 Nov-Dec

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