Daniel A. Kaminstein

Daniel A. Kaminstein

Daniel A. Kaminstein MD, MEd., DTMH

Dr. Dan Kaminstein is a professor of Emergency Medicine at Augusta University.

Following Emergency Medicine residency at the Medical College of Georgia he completed a dual fellowship in international medicine and ultrasound.

This fellowship included a 3-month diploma course at the London School of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene earning a DTM&H (diploma in tropical medicine and hygiene).

Dan has an ongoing research interest in the application of ultrasound for the evaluation of tropical infectious disease and the application of ultrasound in resource-limited settings.

This had included several research studies and running hands-on ultrasound courses in Peru, Tanzania, and Thailand.

Dan continues to collaborate with providers locally in rural Georgia and around the world, teaching ultrasound and designing ultrasound focused research studies.

Dan holds a master’s degree in Medical Education and is part of the leadership team for the Medical College of Georgia’s Experiential Learning curriculum. Through experiential learning MCG medical students are involved in patient care, clinical procedures, and point-of-care ultrasound from the first week of medical school and throughout their four years of training.

This curriculum creates hands-on experiences to encourage students reflect on their education thinking about the how, what, and why of their education.

In his current role as Assistant Dean of Ultrasound Education and the Director of Global Health at the Medical College of Georgia Dan directs the UME and GME ultrasound training programs for the Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University.

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