Fellows of the American College of Medical Toxicology (FACMT) 2016
Nicholas A. Buckley, MD, FRACP, FACMT
I am currently President of The Asia Pacific Association of Medical Toxicology, Professor of Clinical Pharmacology at the Sydney Medical School, a consultant clinical toxicologist at the NSW Poisons Information Centre and admitting toxicologist at RPA Hospital Sydney, Chair of the Editorial Advisory Board of the Australian Medicines Handbook, and Research Director of the South Asian Clinical Toxicology Research Collaboration (SACTRC- http://www.sactrc.org). SACTRC has been funded for 12 years by the NHMRC and Wellcome Trust with the major focuses being clinical and public health research on pesticides, plant & pharmaceutical poisoning, snakebite, translation into practice, neurotoxicity and kidney biomarkers. In Australia, my research has largely been systematic reviews, and clinical, epidemiological and pharmaco-epidemiological studies on analgesic and psychotropic drug poisoning & misuse.
Peter B. Chase, MD, FACEP, FACMT
Richard J. Church, MD, FACMT
Andrew H. Dawson, MBBS, FACMT
Sophie Gosselin, MD, FACMT
She works as an emergency physician and medical toxicologist at the McGill University Health Centre. She led their medical toxicology consultation service during its years in activity from 2010-2015 and was coordinating the resident elective in medical toxicology. She also works as a consultant for the Centre Antipoison du Québec and the Province of Alberta Drug information Services.
She participates to several research groups on the systematic evaluation of the evidence for various therapies in medical toxicology such as EXTRIP : www.extrip-workgroup.org and the Canadian Acetaminophen Overdose Study. She is a member of the board of the American Academy of Clinical Toxicology and chair of the Scientific Review Committee as well as the chair of the Lipid Emulsion In Clinical Toxicology workgroup. Her interests are in evaluation of practice variability, evidence-based systematic reviews to create clinical recommendations as well as toxicology education to assist physicians in providing the best care possible for poisoned patients.
Spencer C. Greene, MD, FACMT
Dr. Greene earned his BA in biology and psychology from Washington University in St. Louis and and his MS in immunology from C.W Post, Long Island University. He received his MD from Albany Medical College. He completed his emergency medicine residency at Vanderbilt University Medical Center and his medical toxicology fellowship at Banner Good Samaritan Medical Center in Phoenix.
Stacey L. Hail, MD, FACMT
Dr. Hail has a prolific forensic toxicology practice serving as an expert witness for attorneys throughout the United States. She has testified multiple times as a witness for the Department of Justice involving federal drug crimes. Her toxicology interests include methodology for cause of death determinations, sudden death in custody and the excited delirium syndrome, and the national opioid epidemic. Dr. Hail also has provided toxicology commentary for local and national news venues and for documentaries on the National Geographic channel, the BBC, and the Oxygen channel.
William J. Holubek, MD, MPH, FACMT
Bill Holubek completed his emergency medicine residency training at Morristown Memorial Medical Center and his medical toxicology training at NYU/Bellevue and the New York City Poison Control Center. He is board-certified in emergency medicine and medical toxicology. Dr. Holubek earned his MPH in Healthcare Management at Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health and is currently Chief Medical Officer at CarePoint Health - Christ Hospital in Jersey City, New Jersey.
Michael Levine, MD, FACMT
Dr. Levine, a Southern California native, completed medical school in Chicago, and residency in emergency medicine at the Brigham and Women’s/Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston, MA. Following residency, he completed his medical toxicology fellowship at the Banner Good Samaritan Medical Center in Phoenix, AZ. Currently, he is an assistant professor of emergency medicine at the University of Southern California, Keck School of Medicine, Los Angeles, CA, and also continues to attend part time on the in-patient toxicology service at Good Samaritan in Phoenix.
Department of Emergency Medicine
Division of Medical Toxicology
Gerald Maloney, DO, FACMT
Dr. Maloney is board certified in emergency medicine and medical toxicology. He holds an academic appointment as an assistant professor of emergency medicine and pediatrics at Case Western Reserve University. He obtained his medical degree from University of New England College of Osteopathic Medicine in 2000, and completed residency in emergency medicine at Doctors Hospital in Columbus, OH and his fellowship at the Toxikon Consortium in Chicago. He is an Army Reserve officer and OIF veteran. He lives in the Cleveland area with his wife and 3 children and works at MetroHealth Medical Center, where he practices emergency medicine and medical toxicology, with involvement in both patient safety and addiction medicine.
Patricia Rosen, MD, MPH, FACMT
She served as the medical director of the Central Texas Poison Center from 1992 to 1997 and has worked in emergency medicine for 34 years and has been practicing toxicology for the past 24 years.
Other interests include preventive medicine. She has been an active member of the Austin Mayor’s Fitness Council in the past. Her office provides consultation to local businesses in diet and exercise at the worksite, and the benefits of investing in human capital.
Craig G. Smollin, MD, FACMT
Dr. Smollin completed his emergency medicine residency at NYU/Bellevue and his medical toxicology fellowship at UCSF. He is actively engaged in research and the education of medical students, pharmacy students, residents and fellows through the poison control center and the medical toxicology consult service at San Francisco General Hospital.
Stephen J. Traub, MD, FACMT
Stephen Traub, MD is an Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine and Chairman of the Department of Emergency Medicine at Mayo Clinic Arizona. He trained in emergency medicine at Harbor-UCLA and in medical toxicology at the New York University/New York City Poison Control Center. His past and current toxicology interests include body packing, contrast nephropathy, and Emergency Department resource utilization for poisoned patients.
Steven J. Walsh, MD, FACMT
Dr. Walsh's academic mission focuses on bedside critical care toxicology; however, he is deeply involved in remote care of the poisoned patient via poison centers, toxicology research, and fellow and resident education. He is board-certified in both medical toxicology and emergency medicine.
Dr. Walsh has been involved with ACMT since fellowship. His activities with the College have included serving on the ACMT Education Committee, co-Chairing the National Grand Rounds workgroup, helping to coordinate and lecturing at the College's Board Review Course, and actively contributing to the ToxIC Registry.