Derrick Lung, MD
|Title||Assistant Clinical Professor|
|School||UCSF School of Medicine|
Medical Toxicology Fellowship, University of California, San Francisco (2009-2011)
Emergency Medicine Residency, The George Washington University (2005-2009)
Doctor of Medicine, University of Toledo Health Science Campus (2000-2005)
Master of Public Health in Environmental and Occupational Health, Northwest Ohio Consortium for Public Health (2000-2005)
Bachelor of Science, Microbiology, University of California, San Diego (1995-1999)
Board Certification: Emergency Medicine
Board Certification: Medical Toxicology
Professional Societies: ACEP, SAEM, AACT, ACMT
Current Research Interests: Critical Care Toxicology, Synthetic Cannabinoids, Toxicokinetics, Education
Lecture topics: "Old Spice, New Spice: Emerging drugs of abuse," "The Empire Strikes Back: TCA Toxicity From Non-TCAs," "MJ and MJ: Introduction to Toxicology for Students," "The Thirteen Toxidromes: Clinical Approach to the Intoxicated Patient," "Pity, Sympathy, and Empathy."
Prior work experience: Attending at Stanford University Medical Center, Emergency Physician at Eden Medical Center, EMT
SCUBA, fancy food, dessert, beer and scotch, reading, raising two toddler boys to become men of integrity and confident in understated fashion
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