Stephen Dunlop

 

 


 

Dr. Stephen Dunlop is an attending physician at Hennepin County Medical Center, Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine at the University of Minnesota, Director of the Fellowship in International Emergency Medicine with an appointment as an ASTMH certified Global Health Course Co-Director focusing on education in Ultrasound, Trauma and Simulation in resource poor settings.

He received his Medical Doctorate and Masters in Public Health from the University of Minnesota before completing his residency in Emergency Medicine at Hennepin County Medical Center. Dr. Dunlop earned his CTropMed from the American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene during his fellowship in International Emergency Medicine Fellowship.

He is the Vice President of the Global Emergency Medicine Academy for the Society of Academic Emergency Medicine and has years of on the ground experience in East Africa focusing on education, research and systems development of Acute Care systems.




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