Trish Henwood

Trish Henwood

Dr. Trish Henwood, M.D.

Dr. Trish Henwood is Director of Global Strategic Partnerships at Thomas Jefferson University and an Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine.

Prior to joining Jefferson, Dr. Henwood was the Associate Chief of the Division of Emergency Ultrasound, and Director of the Fellowship in Emergency Ultrasound and Global Ultrasound Programs in the Department of EM at Brigham and Women’s Hospital/Harvard Medical School.

Dr. Henwood’s field-based research as a clinician-scientist in emergency settings focuses on the intersection of ultrasound and infectious disease management. She played a longitudinal role in the humanitarian response to the Ebola Virus Disease epidemic in West Africa, including novel incorporation of ultrasound into Ebola care in resource-limited settings.

Dr. Henwood is a key member of the Jefferson Health COVID-19 response leadership team, including responsibility for coordinating the emergency medicine response across ten hospitals. She serves as an investigator on multiple COVID-19 studies, and her international ultrasound research, funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, is aimed at assessing POCUS as a first-line screening tool for pulmonary tuberculosis.

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