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Derek Isenberg, MD, MS

Associate Professor, Emergency Medicine

Derek Isenberg
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Contact Information

Contact Information

Phone

215-707-7550

Email

derek.isenberg@temple.edu
About Me

Clinical Interests

  • Pre-hospital medicine
  • Residency education
  • Neurologic emergencies

Research Interests

  • Neurologic emergencies
Education, Training & Credentials

Educational Background

  • Fellowship, Emergency Medical Services, Yale University College of Medicine, New Haven, CT, 2009
  • Residency, Emergency Medicine, Drexel University School of Medicine, Philadelphia, PA, 2008
  • MD, Tulane University School of Medicine, New Orleans, LA, 2005
  • MS, University of Maryland,Baltimore, MD, 2002
  • BA, Duke University, Durham, NC, 1999

Certifications

  • Emergency Medicine
  • Emergency Medical Services

Memberships

  • Fellow, American Academy of Emergency Medicine
  • National Association of EMS Physicians
  • Society for Academic Emergency Medicine
  • American Medical Association

Honors & Awards

  • Mercy Attending Teaching Award, Mercy Catholic Medical Center, 2013
Publications

PubMed Publications

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Additional Publications

  • Isenberg, DL. Implantable cardioverter-defibrillators: a case report. Journal of Paramedic Practice 2012; 4(3):166-9.
  • Paterek, E, Isenberg, D, Salinski, E, Schiffer, H, Nisbet, B. Characteristics of trauma patients over immobilized by prehospital providers. American Journal of Emergency Medicine 2015; 33(1):121-2.
  • Isenberg D, Isenberg R. A Young Man with Sudden Onset of Flank Pain and Then Sudden Resolution of the Pain. Visual Journal of Emergency Medicine 2016; 3:25-26.
  • Isenberg, D, Kissman, K. A Man with Chest Pain and Shortness of Breath. Visual Journal of Emergency Medicine 2016; 3:17-18.
  • Isenberg. D, Jacobs, D. Knee Pain and Fever. Visual Journal of Emergency Medicine 2016; 3:15-16.
  • 13. Isenberg, D, Isenberg, R. A Man with Rash and Easy Bruising. Visual Journal of Emergency Medicine 2016; 3:13-14
  • 14. Sloan L, Isenberg, D. I Tripped While Walking My Dog. Visual Journal of Emergency Medicine 2016; 3:1-2.