I feel incredibly privileged to be able to treat patients and teach learners in the emergency department.
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Pediatric emergency care physician
Point-of-care ultrasound enthusiast and dog lover
Dr. Margaret Lin-Martore is a pediatric emergency care doctor with expertise in point-of-care ultrasound, a portable imaging tool for both diagnosis and treatment. In addition to UCSF, she cares for patients at Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital and Trauma Center.
Lin-Martore's research focuses on point-of-care ultrasound and its use in the pediatric emergency room, as well as how best to teach and learn its use. She is also interested in health literacy and patient-doctor communication in the emergency department, and has published articles on these subjects.
Lin-Martore earned her medical degree at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis. She completed a residency in emergency medicine at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, an affiliate of Harvard Medical School, where she also completed an emergency ultrasound fellowship. She later completed a fellowship in pediatric emergency medicine at Boston Children's Hospital, also an affiliate of Harvard Medical School.
Lin-Martore is a member of the American College of Emergency Physicians, Society for Academic Emergency Medicine and P2 Network (a community of pediatric emergency doctors who specialize in point-of-care ultrasound). She serves as co-director of UCSF's fellowship program in pediatric emergency ultrasound.
Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, 2011
Harvard Medical School, Emergency Medicine, 2014
Harvard Medical School, Emergency Ultrasound, 2015
Harvard Medical School, Pediatric Emergency Medicine, 2017
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