- ASSISTANT PROFESSOR Emergency Medicine
- ASSISTANT PROFESSOR Medical Education
- ASSISTANT PROFESSOR Pediatrics
Dr. Murphy specializes in the Emergency Department care of the pediatric patient. His academic pursuits involve the education of medical students on both the first and third year level.
Resident Teaching Award
Department of Emergency Medicine
ResearchDr. Murphy's research focuses on the education of third year medical students in the outpatient setting and the utilization of bedside teaching as an adjunct to more formal didactic teaching modalities.
Murphy CG, Glickman JN, Tomczak K, Wang YY, Beggs AH, Shannon MW, Horwitz BH. Acute appendicitis is characterized by a uniform and highly selective pattern of inflammatory gene expression. Mucosal Immunology 2008; 1: 297-308.
Murphy CG, van de Pol AC, Harper MB, E. Clinical predictors of occult pneumonia in the febrile child. Acad Emerg Med 2007; 14: 243-249.
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Dr.Murphy is not currently required to report Industry relationships.
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